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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1918. Copyright, 1918. by th Sun Printing nnd PuhtttUng A..ocUUon.
Horse Show, Beginning To-morrow, to Be Given, for
United War Work Fund Few New Faces
at Opera This Season
MUCH will be crowded Into this
week, which will mark the
y beginning- of the fashionable
eeasoa. There will bo the great semi
publio function, the opening of tho
regular season nt tho Metropolitan
Opera House, the annual Horse Show
at the Madison Square Garden and the
big drive, for the .United War Work
fund. As far'as tho opera Is concerned
there will bo no evident change In tho
audience that will assemble. Opera
boxes are held as much a part of social
life as are town houses, and the own
ers rarely give them Up, and then only
on account of mourning. There will
not be what are called "new" faces in
the two rows of boxes or In the other
sections of tho opera house. The list
of subscribers reads practically the
Fame as for the last ten years, and as
far as the orchestra stalls are con
cerned subscribers hold on to them
as tenaciously as the owners of boxes.
One of the features of the opera au
dience Is the Metropolitan Opera Club,
which this year finds a full comple
ment of members notwithstanding that
many of them have joined the army or
navy. The club as usual will occupy
the omnibus box of the grand tier. The
officers for, this year are Henry Dodge
Cooper, president; Gen. William W
Skiddy, vice-president; Frederic Potts
Moore, secretary and treasurer. The
other members of the board ore E. de
J'eyster Livingston and T. Henry Wal
The Horse Show, which will open to
morrow, will close on Fridax night, and
its purpose 'this year will be In touch
with society's present aim, as the en
tire receipts will be devoted to the
United War Work fund. Last year-the
show netted for the Red Cross more
than $60,000, and for this year it is
hoped that the amount will be much
greater. The entire cost of tho show
will be borne by the directors 6f. the
National Horse Show Association of
Mrs. Arthur Iselln is at the head of
Sparkes, David DIspUam, Mccardo
Martin, Sascha Jacobsen and Irving
Berlin. Thero will bo ittcludca In tho
programme a drill by a battalion of tho
Twenty-second Infantry Regiment and
also music by bands from Forts Totten
nu Hamilton,
Associated with Mrs. Bacon on the
entertainment commltteo are Mrs. Jo
seph W. Burden. Mrs. Oliver Pcrln,
Mrs Elliot C. Bacon. Mrs. Monroe
Douglas Robinson. Mrs. Charles G.
Cornell, Jr., Mrs. John E. Curran, Miss
Olga Schulof, Mrs. J. Lloyd Derby,
Mrs. Maxwell Stevenson, Mrs. A. But
ler Duncan, Mru. E. F, Eborstadt. Mrs.
Francis M. Weld and Frank R.
There is a long list of patronesses.
among whom are Mrs. Charles Evans
Hughes, VJr., Mrs. Paul Dana, Mrs.
Arthur Curtiss James, Mrs. Cornelius
B. Mitchell, Mrs. Walter B. James.
Mrs. John V. B. Thayer, Mrs. Frank L.
Moptaguep-Jdrs, Austen Gray, Mrs.
Paul Jones, Mrs. John Henry 'Ham
mond, Mrs. Peter B. Olney, Mrs. Paul
Q. Penndyer, Mrs. George P. Mont
gomery, Mrs. Cleveland H. Dodge, Mrs.
George H. Hodcnpyl and Mrs. Otto
H. Kahn. Boxes and tickets may bo
ordered from Miss Doane, IS West
Thirty-fourth street. Those who may
not care to purchase either seats or
boxes ore requested to send contribu
tions to tho fund to Miss Doane. As
the members of the entertainment
committee and patronesses all have
relatives in the service it Is expected
that the entertainment will be a great
success in every way.
Since its organization tho Junior
League has been identified with many
philanthropic schemes and for years
the members of the organization, who
comprise debutantes of each season
as far as the new membership is con
cerned, have directed their efforts
toward sustaining a settlement house
In New York and ministering to un
fortunate ones who have been con
fined in the hospitals of the city.
This year many of the girls have
been aiding war relief in various ways,
Mrs. Francis Rogers are looking after
tho girls.
Asldo from tho plo Dale, women well
known hero will assist In the drive,
and among them will be Mrs. Charles
B. Alexander, Mrs. Winthrop W.
Aldrich, Mrs. F. Gray Grlswold, Miss
Mabel Choate, Miss Bell Gurnce, Mrs.
Goodhuo Livingston, Mrs. Orcn Root,
Mrs. Oliver Iselln. Mrs. Bradlsh G.
Johnson, Mrs. John Henry Hammond,
Mrs. Michael Gavin, Miss Alice Van
Rensselaer, Mrs. Marshall Dodge, Mrs.
J. Rich Steers, Mrs. Walter B. James,
Mrs. Hugh D. Auchlnclos3, Mrs. El
bert H. Gary. Mrs. Ogden Hammond,
Mrs. Henry Scllgman and Mrs. Felix
A rummage sale for the benefit of
the Kip's Bay Day Nursery will be
held for three days beginning on No
vcmber 21 at S West Forty-seventh
street, Among the managers of the
nursery are Mrs. William G. Borland.
Mrs. Philip a. Bartlett. Mrs. Henry
I. Cobb, Mrs. Lewis Conner, Mrs. E,
Morgan Grlnnell, Mrs. Edwin . Hol
ier, Mrs. Adrian Lambert, Mrs. James
R. Sheffield. Miss Elizabeth Bowles,
Miss Annlo Burr Jennings, Mrs. Nor
ton Goddard, Mrs. 'Howland Russell,
Miss Marlon Taber, Mrs. William
Church Osborn, Mrs. E. M. H. Knapp,
Mrs. Robert G. Clarkson, Mrs. Samuel
Sloan, Mrs. Ellwcod Hcndrick and
Mrs. John J. Riker.
engagement of her daughter, Miss
Margaret Dcerlng Despard, to Capt.
John Arthur Greene, U. S. A. Miss
Despard Is a sister of Mrs. John
Wheelwright Wendell of Boston. Capt.
Greene was graduated from Harvard
In 1905, and for the last year has been
in France as the aide-de-camp to the
Commanding General of the Forty-
second Division.
Information reached New York last
week from Russia of the engagement
of the Princess Myra Koudacheff,
daughter of Prince Nicholas Kouda
chefT, of Petrograd, formerly Russian
Minister to China, to Norman Armour,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George. A. Armour
of Princeton, N. J. Mr. Armour was
graduated from Princeton In 1909, and
Is a member of the Union, University
and Racuuct clubs. Mr. Armour was
secretary of the American Embassy.
He arrived In this .country last Tues
day and Is in Washington.
Society here was interested In the
engagement announced In Newport,
1913, and before enlisting was a mem
ber of Squadrci A. Ho appeared In
several plays produced by the Comedy
Club and The Snarks. Ho recently re
turned from France, where he was on
duty for six months with the Sixth and
Seventh Field Artillery. Lieut.
Achclls nud his bride came to New
i'ork on their wedding trip.
ARRANGEMENTS for the club's as
sembly dance will be computed
by the New Yorkers, Mrs. Charles
K. 'Mills president, at their meeting on
Friday afternoon at the Hotel Astor.
The chairman will be Mrs. Fhlllp C.
Uoeruni of 621 Mansfield place. The
New Yorkers have chosen Mrs. William
li Wilkinson, Mrs. U D. Post, Mrs.
Frank Mnrtln and Mrs. T. W. Q. Cook
to represent them at the State conven
tion. .The alternates selected are Mrs.
O. Htrons, Mrs. M. Thompson, Mrs.
Frances Warner and Mrs. a. H. Hearn.
The Daughters of Ohio In New York,
Mrs. William J. Cauthers president, will
the woman's committee and associated
with her aro Mrs. George F. Baker,
Jr., Mrs. David Wagstaff, Lady Beck
of Canada, Mrs. Francis C. Bishop,
Mrs. Robert E. Tod, Mrs. R. Penn
Bmlth, Jr., Mrs. Robert E. Straw
bridge. Mrs. Alden S. Blodget, Mrs.
Arthur S. Burden, Mrs. David V.
Sharp, Mrs. Charles Cary Rumsey,
Mrai John Calvin, Mrs. Edward H.
Carle, (Mrs. I. J. R. Muurllng, Mrs. Will
iun H. Moore, Mrs. William T. Car
rington. Miss Ellen M. Cassatt. Mrs.
Victor E. Mather. Mrs. W. Goodby
Ixew, Mrs. Walter Jennings, Miss
Marlon Holllns, Miss Isabella Wana
maker. Mrs. Lewis L, .Clarke, Mrs. E.
Henry Harriman, Mrs. Thomas Hitch
rock, Mrs. Robert D. Foote, Miss Lida
Tui80 Fleltmann, Mrs. Isaac H.
Clothier, Jr., 'Mrs. John E. Cowdin,
Mrs. Herbert C. Cox, Mrs. Preston
Davie, Mrs. G. Howard Davison, Mrs.
Robert A. Falrbalrn, Mrs. Joseph E.
Davis, Mrs. William du Pont and Mrs.
A. J. Antelo Deveroux.
Among thoso who have secured
boxes ore Mrs. Ambrose Monell, Mrs.
Harry La Montagne, Mrs. O. H. P. Bel
mont, Foxhall Keene,- Edward F.
Whitney, Mrs. E. Henry Harriman,
Col. Sir Adam Beck. R, Lawrence
Smith. Mrs. George E. Fahys, John
McE. Bowman, Reginald C. Vanderbilt,
Mrs. F. Ashton de Peyster, Mrs. 8. R.
Ouircenhelm. John A. Roobllng, Mrs.
Thomas S. Logan, Francis S. Peabody,
William T. Carrington. Wadswortn it.
Lewis. I. J. R. Muuerllng, J. Campbell
Thompson and 8. C. Munoz.
Mrs. Robert Bacon with the assist
ance of prominent women has ar
ranged an entertainment which will be
held at the Hlppodromo this afternoon
for the benefit of tho Christmas and
tmenrency fund of the home auxil
iaries of the 304th. 305th. 306th Artil
lery regiments and 302d Ammunition
Train, the lB2d Artillery Brigade, Bev
cnty-seventh Division, known as "Xew
York's Own" There will be a notable
list of artists that will lncluds
Man, Schumann-Heink, ills Lenora
and some of them have gone across
seas to act as nurses to aid the Red
Cross and also the entertainments that
are being given nt the camps. This
week Junior Lsatrue cirls are to aid in
a novel manner In the U. W. W. fund
drive, and they will sell at clubs and
restaurants what are known as x
pies. Ut Is affirmed that these plea ore
as good as if not better than the conven
tional "mother's pie" that is dear to
tho palate of all Americans, and it is
expected that a good sum will be real
ized far the fund.
The "Y" pie gets Its name from the
fact that it is one of the distinctive
products of the "Y" huts, but unlike
the ordinary pie It is a triangular piece
of pastry and is mado In as many va.
rletles as the ordinary round pie.
The league Li cooperating In this
drive with Miss Martha Evans, who is
teaching the girls who go overseas to
make these pies. Miss Flora Payne
Whitnev will be in chargo of tho sale
to-morrow at tno Ktiz-wariton auruu;
thn luncheon and tea hour. She win
be assisted by Miss Helen Hitchcock
Miss Fanny Baldwin, tho Misses Edith
will Helen Pratt. Miss Katharine 'rem
ole Emmet and Miss Muriel Winthrop.
Miss Rita Boker, Miss Helen Leo and
Miss Leila Burden will sell on Tuesday
at tho Plaza during the luncheon hour.
' For Wednesday the sale will be
transported to tho Polo Grounds and
will be in charge of Miss Frances
Rlker and Miss Audrey Rlker. Miss
Whitney and Mlss'HIJchcock will be at
tho Colony Club on Thursday and Miss
Pnllv Domrosch at the Manners jiud,
where the members have promised to
mv fhelp desserts of tho pie. Miss
Margaret Kemp and Miss Edna Mo
twrlv will bo at Delmonicoa ror luncn
eon and dinner on Friday, whilo for
the remaining days (tne sales win oe
continued until next weeK wonaay;
Miss Mary Jay Schleffelln, Miss Louisa
Butler, Miss Helen Flake, Miss Claire
Van Lennep, Miss Elizabeth Gunn and
titm riertrudo Pardee will do in
chargs. Mrs. Ross J. McClelland and j
Mrs. Vanderbilt has opened her town
house, .1 West Fifty-seventh street,
for the season. . Mrs. F. Grand
D'Hautcvllle and her daughter. Miss
Rneo D'HautevIUo have como from
Newport nnd will be for some time at
the St. Regis. Mr. and Mrs. John
ltussell Pope, who passed the summer
In Long Beach, going later to their
place In Jericho, L. I., arc at 19 East
Seventy-third street for the winter.
Mrs. K. Henry Harriman has left"!
Arden House In Harriman, N. Y and ,
Is at 1 East Sixty-ninth street. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Murray Young, who went
to Lenox from Bar Harbor, have
opened their house In Park avenue,
where they will bo for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parkin Gilford
have decided to pass anotlier winter In
St. Augustine, Fla., where they went
with their daughters, the Misses Gil
ford, from Pasadena, Cal.. a week ngo.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dean Adams and
Miss Ruth Adams have left Roballjon,
Rumson, N. J., for 453 Madison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Phelps Bliss of
Wcndover, Ucrnardivllle, N. J, are at
the Plaza for the season. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ki Sturgis, who were, for mid
summer at Faxon Lodge, their New
port villa, have returned to New York
for tho winter after passing the au
tumn at Clipston Grange, their coun
try place In Lenox.
Mrs. Georgo W. Vanderbilt nnd Miss
Cornelia Vanderbilt have decided not
to pass tho winter In Washington, but
will be at 993 Tark avenue, where they
have taken an apartment. Mrs. Ogden
Goclet has opened her town liouso
after having been for several weeks
at the Rltz-Carlton. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ramsay Turnbull and Miss Helen
Turnbull have left Appletrees, their
country Wace In Bernnrdsvllle. N. J.,
and are at 14 East Fltty-eigntn Bireei.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Choato. who
passed the summer at their place m
Pleosantville. N. Y.. nave inKen lur
tho season the house at 111 East Sev
enty-second street.
last week by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Richard V. Llndabury of Ber
nardsvlllo, N. J., of the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Margaret
Lindahury. to Howard Gillespie Hull,
son cf Harry T. Hull of Morrlstown,
N. J. Miss Llndabury was graduated
from the Westovcr School In 1914, and
was Introduced to society at the St.
Reels tho following winter. She Is a
member of tho Junior lenguo ami
has been actively engaged in ucu
Crdss work. Mr. Hull was gradunted
from the Yale Scientific scnooi in
1903, and Is a member of the Yale and
Morris County Golf clubs. He Is at
tached to the Construction Quarter
master's Department at Fort Wright,
N. Y. No dato hits been set for the
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J& MISS rJati;--,M4t-,yv . Vjf4-
R. I., on Thursday of Miss Barbara
Norman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford Norman of Brook .Farm, to
Ensign Dan W. Jones, U. S. N., of St.
Louis, now on duty at the proving
grounds In Maryland. Miss Norman
has taken an active Interest in civic
wclfaro nnd war relief work and
founded this year In Newport a camp
for consumptive children. lOn-dgn
Jones enlisted nt the beginning of the
war nnd was stationed in Newport
last spring.
have their November meeting to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Waldorf-Astoiia.
The University Forum of America, Or,
Alexander dimming president, will have
one of Its a.ssembly dances on Tuesday
evening in t'le Washington Irving Itulld
ing. Sixteenth street and living place,
when there will nlpo be an exhibition of
art photographs by Jessie Tarbox Beals,
who will be the hostess of tho evening.
James S, Montgomery will serve as
Mrs. M. Bathgate Becker of Lln
cluden, Irvlngton, N. Y., announced
on Thursday tho engagement of her
daughter. Miss Emily Bathgate
Becker, to Gordon Lewlt Harris, Ron of
the lato William Rees Harris, also of
Irvlngton, Mr. Hnrrls was graduated
from lVlnceton In 1916 and has a posi
tion with the United States Government.
Mrs. Frederic Van Lennep of 160
West Fifty-ninth street announced
last week the engagement of her
daughter, Miss Claire T. Van Lennep,
to Major Charles H. Hlgglns, u. s. A.
Miss Van Lennep was Introduced to
society three seasons ago at her
mother's homo In Chile, whero she has
passed much of her life, and later In
New York. She became a member of
the Junior League nnd appeared in
singing parts In entertainments given
by that organization. For the past
year sho has been singing in war
camps and hospitals. Miss Van Lennep
Is a grandnleco of the late William
Lanman Bull and a granddaughter of
the late Dr. David Trumbull. Major
Hlgglns was graduated from Princeton
In 1903, and U a member of tho grad
uate council of Princeton Unlvorslty.
He is also a member of tho executive
committee of the Architectural Lenguc.
He Is serving with tho ordnance de
partment at Camp Meade, Maryland.
An engagement announced In Phila
delphia last week of Interest here was
that of Miss Hannah Randolph, daugh
ter of Philip SP. Randolph of that
city and Aiken, S. C, to Robert Hud
son of London, attached to the British
Embassy In Washington. Miss Ran
dolph Is an accomplished horsewoman
and has ridden In many of the ama
teur meets on Long Island and In
Aiken. She has also played polo at
NarraganBett Pier, where she passes
the summer with her father. She Is
a sister of Mrs. John R. Fell of Lake
wood, N. J., and of Mrs. Philip Ste
venson of this city and Long Island.
Mrs. Clement Lyndon Despard of 49
West Fifty-seventh street and Rum-
son, N. J., announceu on uuesuuy wi
The engagement hn been nnnounced
by Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Nnlly of
the Trees. Osslning, N. Y., nnd 122
East Eighty-second "treet, of their
daughter, Mlf.s Marylee Nnlly, to En
sign Frederic misted Hnhn, 1. S. N.
Miss Nally was graduated from a ! ilowcr
private school last June nnd since then
has taken an active port In war relief.
Ensign Hnhn wns a student at Wes
leyan University when he enlisted nnd
Is on duty nt tlm aviation Hold near
Pensncola, Fla. He Is a nephf v of 'J.
Frederic Hahn of 119 East Thirty-
fifth street.
An enjoyable card game war given
Wednesday nt the Hotel McAlpin un
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Harvey
Tyson Whito for the benefit or the
Patriotic Fund of the National Society,
Patriotic Women of Amerlcn. Mrs.
William It. Stewart was the president-
hostess, the financial end being under
management of Mrs. Herbert V.
Among out of town members present
were: Mrs. J. Charles Llnthicum of
mitlmore, Mrs O. It. Stlllman of dosh
en, N. Y., and Mrs. (leranl Uancker of
Slatervlile Springs. N. Y. Among those
having tables wera: Mrs, Howard
MacNutt, Mrs. Carl von Mayhof, Mrs.
Vletor Fredrlelisoti, Mrs. Bryan H.
ltlver and Mrs. James M. Stewart. The
prize for each table was a combination
vate ami lion bon dish.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Woodhull
Coles of Tarrytown. N. Y have an
nounced the fingngement of their
daughter, MIfs Sophie Tracy Coles, to
Capt. Vernon Hubert HurMone-Plper
of the British army, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Edward Hurlstnne-Plner
of Walllngton. Surrey, England. The
wedding will take place on Novem
ber 23.
One of the recent weddings was that
of Miss Louise Clarke, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. Arthur Stanley Clarke of
14 East Sixtieth street, to Georgo Mll
mlne Bodman of this city, which was
celebrated a week ago yesterday In St.
George's Church, Tlumsnn, N. .1. The
Rev. W. Dutton Dale offlclifted. The
bride's only attendant was Miss Mary
E. B. Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Strother, Jones of this city and Red
Bank, N. J. J. Wood Ruttcr of Irv
lngton, N. Y was best man, and Wil
liam 8. Slado and Thomas McClure
Peters 2d acted ns ushers, A recep
tion followed nt tho country home of
the bride's parents In Seabrlght. Mr
nnd Mrs. Rodmnn are connected with
the Wnr Trnde Hoard In New York
After their wedding trip they will live
with Mr. Rodman s mother, Mrs, Ed
ward C. Bodman, 833 Madison avenue.
Clarence Dickinson, director of music
In various educational Institutions, will
deliver tho lecturo on "Early Italian
Opera" at the National Opera Club of
America, Mine. Katharine Evans von
Klenner, founder and resilient, 'rnurs-
day afternoon, nt tho Waldorf-Astoria.
The Theatre Club, Mrs. John H.
Parker president, will have Its study
day on Tuesday nt the Hotel Astor.
"Redemption" will bo the subject for
discussion. At the club's social day on
November 2C, drama wilt be discussed.
News reached this city last week o'
the marriage In Annlstoni Ala., on No
vember 2 of Miss Louise Musgrove.
daughter by a former marriage of Mru.
William M. McKIeroy of Anniston, to
Lieut. Johnfrltz Achelis, Field Artil
lery, U. 8, A., son of John Achelis of
16 West SIxty-nintli street. Lieut.
Achelis was graduated from Yale In
Mrs. Bdlth Totten will havo charge
of the entertainment at the Patriotic
Festival and Bazaar of the Little Moth
ers Aid Association, "which will be held
on December 7 In the ballroom of the
Waldorf-Astoria. Mrs. Charles Ed
ward Abbott will have charge of the
mnting picture booth and other booths
will be presided over by Mrs. Alfred
Mllander, who will have charge of the
tea room: Mis. John Uatjer, Mrs.
Noblo McConnell, Mrs., Charles K. Mills,
who will preside at the New Yorkers'
booth; Mrs. C Albert Small, the flower
booth; Mrs, Camlllu Ulmbohn, Dr. L.
Mullrr. Mrs. John H, Judge. Mrs. E.
It. Cunningham, Mrs. John I. Hardy,
Mrs. Alfred llressau. Mrs. George Carr,
Mrs. F K. Halley. Mrs. E. K. Edwards,
Mrs. Itobert Trucpel, Mrs. J. Stuart
Smith, who will haw the doll booth ;
Mrs. Robert J. Campbell, Mrs, II. C.
Orenelle, Mrs. (3. II. Strong, Mrs.
Charles K. Wilcox, Mrs J. J. Cow--ilrey,
irrs. Bond Stow, Mrs. H. K. K.d
dle, Mrs. Albert Nepp, Mrs. Charles K.
Sprague, Mis. Damon Lyon, Mrs. J.
Henry Itoesse, Mrs. H. II. Lloyd, Mrs.
Chnrles Stein, Ml3 Klsa McCaul, Miss
rtuth (Jormley. Miss Mary ltemlnBton.
Mrs. Benjamin Llllard and Mrs. S. K.
Raymond, Mrs. Albert Gallatin Weed
U chnlimin of the bazaar, for which
meetings ftre held every Thursday morn
ing at 11 o'cIocK at Happv Day House,
236 Second avenue, Mrs. Clarence
Burns Is president of the association.
Private Subway Entrance, Hoyt St.
Store Opens 9 A. M. Closes 5:30 P. M
United War Work Campaign Week GIVE!
Women's Smart Winter Suits
In Three Splendid Groups
Most of these Suits are in tilain tailored styles adapted to wear with senarate furs, whilu
a few are trimmed with fur. The sizes range from 32 to 44. Tho values are exceptionally
Reduced to
$24.75 -
Models of poplin, serge,
velour, gabardine and nov
elty fabrics.
Special at
Models of velour, Delhi,
serge, buiella and Oxford.
Reduced to
Models of broadcloth,
silvertone, velour, velve
teen and heather mixtures.
Second floor. Central nultdlng,
Blouses of Georgette Crepe, $4.69
FOR $7.00 and $8.00 grades.
Any of these lovely new Blouses would make appreciated gifts, for they are wonder
fully dainty with their trimmings of pin tucks, lace inserts, embroidery and beading.
Round, V, and square neck models. Flesh pink and white, as well as a few in suit
They are even lovelier than the models we were able to secure for last week's sale.
Fecond floor, Kant llulldliitr.
Women's Beaver Brown Kidskin
Shoes, $9.95 Pair, from $11.50
We offer three hundred pairs of these stunning new lace Shoes at this price. They are
just the soit of Shoes that conservative, well-dressed women like for street wear in Autumn
and Winter.
The tops are of Worumbo cloth in beaver brown to match the kidskin. The soles are
stitched and welted, the heels in militay style. 1 he size-range is complete.
Women's High Lace Shoes of Russian Calf, $7.95 Pair r
Good-looking, sturdy Shoes for practical wear. Made with welted and stitched soles
and militaiy heels. Full size-range. second noor. wt nuiidinj.
Wash Satin, $1.59 Yd., From $1.98
Christmas presents of lingerie and blouses will be mado from this soft, lustrous quality
' of satin, which stands washing beautifully. All-silk, and full 36 inches wide; in pink and
white. Our regular $1.98 quality.
Other Very Desirable Silks
IMPORTED VELUTINA, 26 inches wide, in a fine
color range, for suits, coats and skirts, $2.25 yard
fancy desiens; for linings and combination dresses,
J3.25 and Ji.89 yard
'IKFON VELVET; all-silk, 40 inches
erately priced at $7.98 yard
HESS SATIN; 40 incites wide, rich
$2.59 yard
wide; Worrall's fast dye (English), warranted;
$2.50 yard
Street tWr. Went Hull, line.
The regular meeting of the Congress
States Societies
be held Thura-
Thanksgiving Sale of Dinner Sets
In time to seive the turkey and all his satellites on a handsome new Dinner Set, at a fine
saving, we make tlifFC special offerings:
LIMOGES CHINA; 100 pieces; conventional border;
gold handles; regularly $59.75; at $50.00
LIMOGES CHINA; 1C0 pieces: coin gold band
design and handles; regularly $89.75; at $79.50
JAPANESE CHINA; 100 pieces; conventional bor
der; coin gold handles; regularly $61.98; at $53.00
Other American Porcelain Dinner Sets of 100
$13.89 ftom $18 8'J
$15.98 ftcm $19 98
$17.98 ftom $22 98
$19.98 from $24 98
$22.98 from $27.50
ENGLISH PORCELAIN; conventional border: 100
pieces; gold line; regularly $.17 50; at . . .529.75
AMERICAN PORCELAIN: 100 pieces; oomen
tion.il border; gold line; large meat platter and
bread-and-butter plate : regularly $:1.98; at $25.00
Other American ! l..u Dinnf Sets of 50
$9.50 . .from $11 9S
$10.50 from $12 9S
$12.50 from $14 98
$15.75 from $19.9S
A Sale of Beautiful Cut Glass
Spanning Cut Glass in the following list is notable for its clearness, beauty of cutting,
and ring. Made on pure lead and potash blanks for Thanksgiving, and Autumn
wedding and Christmas gilts:
Sugar and Cream Sets.
Cranberry. Saucers
Fruit Compotes
Uneeda Biscuit Trays
6-inch Handled Nappies
At From At From
,$1.98 $2 75 Cranberry Bowls $2.98 $3.98
, 3.48 4.25 8-inch Fern Dishes 2.98 U.98
2.49 :t 49 Water Pitchers 2.98 .1.98
. 1.19 1 49 01ie Dishes 1.39 175
, 4.49 5 49 10-inch Flower Vases 3.98 4.98
, 2.19 2 98 8-inch Jelly Dishes 2.98 :t 98
, 1.25 1.19 12-inch Flower Vases 4.75 5.49
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Priscilln Fancy Unpolished Rice, 5-lb. Bags, 68c.
(L'niled Stales Food Administration Lice me S'umbtr
G'03078.) Third floor. Wot Hulldinit.
Men's Cotton Socks, 19c. Pair.
strcot floor, V:U Dulldlni;.
10-Piectf Dining Room Suites, $268.50.
Fourth floor, l'.aH UuilillnK
Axminster Rugs, 27x54 in., $3.75.
Third floor, Et Building.
Stamped Turkish Towels, 29c, from H9c.
' Itilnl floor. (Vnirnl Hulldlnj!.
Bleached Domet Flannel 19c. Yard.
rwhwny floor, Vvt nulldinE.
Camisole Laces, 2j to 0 inches wide, 22c, to
$1.10 Yard. Unit floor, I'ent'sl n lldlim.
Venetian Cloth, 32 inches wide, 79c. and 89c. Yd.
I InlrK More, Mreet floor feiitml III lldlnit.
Artificial Silk Shirtings, 32 inches wide, 75c. to
$2.25 Yard. Suby floor. V,t llulhllni.
Boys' Corduroy Suits, $4 .89, Wore $5. 95 and $6 95.
' fioinil floor. Wi-t tlt.lUlliiK
4i-inch Ribbons, 29c. Yard, regularly 45c. Yard.
' ' Mmt floor, (Vim r. K.it HulMlan.
Floor Lamps with Shades, $12.98, regularly $15.98.
Third floor. I'e.nnil llulldluu.
Bed Sets of Spreud and Bolster, $4.98 and $5.98
Set, originally $5.98 and $9.50.
' Bi.hway floor. Hw llulldlnu.
Men's Yarn Sweater Coats, $5.24.
Wtnit Moor Hau ILiIIiIIub.
Chesterfield Cigarettes, Box of 210, $1.60, regu
larly $1.80. Mriit floor. Mens simp. Ki.t lli.lldliiK
Irish Linen Table Cloths, .2x2 yards, $7.98.
Mail floor. hi.t Hulking
A & S. Pure Cod Liver Oil, 85c, from 0?c.
Stilil floor, Kal Hltdllli.
1.000 Handsome Trimmed Hats, $7.00.
' Mri.'inl!.,. II,. ir. Knot llliilr llllir.
1,000 Quire-boxes of Hurd's Stationery, 49r.
Hlrii't flour, I'.jui llulldlnu
Sale of Women's Coats, $29.95.
Sivor.d (Uor. Ccntrnl liiiildnit
Sale of Women's Dresses, $12.98, $16.98, $29.75.
Stonil floor (Vn'ri! Ilollfnuir.
Women's Chamoisetto Gloves, 69c. Pair
Strt-'i il.Kir. IVntrnl Hm'dini!.
Women's Skirts, $7.50, formerly $8 75 to $9 75.
siiond floor. (Vmrnl Hitlldiii).'.
Imported Quilted Silk Slippers, 98c. Pair.
N.IWi. ltii"on. (Vtilml ll.jiWIrii-
Hemstitched Muslin Sheets, 2'lx2:li Yards,
$2.86, firm $3.17. s.ilmny floor. Wc.l ll illillu...
Flannelette Petticoats, 79c
inn floor, l' ist II iIH.ik.
5G-inch Wool Velours, $3.98 Yard, from ?l 98.
smu floor. Km II iIIiIiuk.
Sweet Grass Baskets, 19c, from 29c.
"ulia floor, i;.it llull.lliu'.
Men's Suits and Overcoats, $19.75.
Men's shop, sivond floor. K:ut llulldlni;.
Women's Cotton Stockings, 19c Pair.
Kiwi lUior. Oniral lluildlmr.
Men's Fleeco Finish Cotton Shirts anil Drawers,
98c Garment. street floor. i:at iiuiidinx.
Marmot Sport Coats, $84.50.
soro'id floor. I'rHlral lliiilillni..
Couch Covers, $4.89, regularly $0 00 to $8 00.
'I hlnl llmir. (Vlllr.il 1 1 nili J I lit;.
Children's Flanneletto Petticoats, 98c
skimkI floor, tlullillnir.
I'nderbodiecs of Colorful Georgette Crepe, $3.98.
seeoinl HiKr. Drv.l lthll,iii'
Women's Fiber Silk Sweater t'oatti, $12.96.
.etoiid floor. I nt r 1 1 ttmldhor.
Excellent Corsets, $1.98, formerly $2.50 to $.1.50.
ii mil IIinm, K n l llultilltlK.
Watch for the Very Important TUESDAY BARGAINS
Which Are NOT ADVERTISED, but May Be Recognized by Spcci.d
Signs Displayed in Various Departments Throughout tho Store
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