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Ue3? ' Kf m. iv fa. &' 1$ i- i IV. pt it, t-4 h is- If II- P 'i hi R i he' . 1 , &&r m: m r"jsr.. .u m: mx mk , 'Hi y mn .W "W i :, 'mMgfS&wi . ay,-' .' "Avr -v" vV , Mmmm$mmwmrmm imm smfflmw ' "wmmmmmmmm W ' .-v, .-:. U mZZZ&A TTnwWrVVitrttiiltff jy v-.EijJHjr jrurniiu ju.EJAvr.cirv--' ?xxi.ijuxjjjAix xxx, y 'sTil-i Wf -5 i; iWS, STEWS, FRIES A SPECIALTY. I.unHifen, 40c. ZEISSE'S HOTEL 20 Walnut Street c.S JOHN 0. II. MKYKRH. ITAP. U. S. RAIL CONTROL i HIT BY AHERBURYI ill Kwfr) Leess Leaf - Outfit Government Including Corduroy Binder Leather lnilex 200 leaves $8.50 v Una wM a Warn nasmLempamn ,?2? Market Street Imported Figure Statue Bronze Fer Stair Pett $11.25 jr Table.... I.arite ncertment 1. 2 nml .1 llplit fljturpH. Parch ment slilpids nnu snnues, tahle lumps. Lew price. ROSENTOOR Gas & Electric Fixture Ce. 28 Seuth 7th Street Regulation dared Responsible for 0 High Rates . Mi Ji i -'aS-La- prcent-dny railroad regulation what it ought te be than for the public te fully underetnml what Is going en In the railroad business. "In tny judgment, the solution In n nlmple one, but II requires your whole hearted co operation, ami that of every ether citizen. "First, nimble the railroads te cct en their feet nnanclnlly, te restore their credit nurl bring their properties up te Dfl- I n httt,c development sufficient te meet I the growing iieeda of the eehntry. ' "Second. Permit the rnllread offi ce te run their railroad business , without being manacled by n maw of restrictive and unnecessary regulation. "Third. Hack up the railroad effl- ' rail uni- in rurnu enr-r ccrs III their efforts te cut down the FAILURE IN EVERY ASPECT cost of transportation, and make the service responsive te the business needs . of thi country." New Yerk; Feb. 10. (Seneral W. W. , --- Alterbury, vice president In charge efir t vrT T VTT1? IPPICCC operation of the Pennsylvania Unllrenil Lil rUhljEsl 1 Zj Ut I UJCjJ i System, today In an address te the Nn- it r n ,) ny AfV fllT Itlennl Kctail Dry (JihhN Association lliUJlU W IKtCj LiU I Assembly, made a vigorous attack en , ' what he designated as the Interference, ... ... . ... ,n ... . . !of the Government In the transper- ' wW"tnn. I -en. J0.-(Ity A. P.) I tntlen systems of the country through Opposition te reduction of wages c.f 'U'Riilatery legislation. Through thl, he riiltwnv emplejes was voiced in the Sen- IImiM e!P '''nn" finil'!RC,f "'" ntp today bv Senater l.a Fellctte. of i pelled te pay n 100 per cent increase In i ... . fl'I'Ie it r.'ltps u-hllp rndrniwl pfficlpnnr .' i-f'li-in MR M'GARRIGLE SUCID E AT SHORE Identified as Wife of President of Atlantic City Fisheries Company PHILA. GIRL LEAPS TO DEATH Sennter l.a I-ellctte n'serted that the "tnllread rprpornllesi appear te hnv" effeeteil n combination with certain h.in been reduced, and railroad seeurl ties under pressure of decreased earnings are fmved down te iinnreeedented levels. "ion, tiie piiblle, who have assumed i leaner e; one or mere or the farm or the 1'unetlens of tlin management ' gnnlzat.'en te create public sentiment tnmugh jour legislative and regulatory epalnst Mie present wage scale of rail oodles, said ticnerel Attcrbury FEBRUARY FURNITURE and RUG SALE Regular $50.00 Dxt'J KI.ITIJ "arc rcsKinsible. nor can jeu evade your ropensJbil'ty. (nssntt, Hill. Ilarri man and the ethers all prophesied what would happen way empleyes." He presented n nin1" of statistics which, he said, demon strated that Increases' In wages se Hired bv rfllwnv and oilier worker I hud net been equal te the -Increase in VELVET RUGS l!5"B S27.50 HUB FURNITURE CO. AT ANV OK ern .-. STOUTS 4734 Frank ford Ave. 22 and 24 W. Chelten Ave. 2205 Seuth St. Great Bargain february Sale "(revernment rontrel. te the extent I the ecst of llvlns which regulation has brought it, is a Discussing seneral eondlt'enst of labor failure. It wiU never be a suceess. Itnli -nxltl. .Mr. J.a Follette said that Hiucrs out liidivldual initiative and I preflteerln-; corporations" hnd raised oppertunit, inilivdual resnrds nnd , , rJrpJ, ,i0nb rntely nnd then when the liuiil-hmeuts : nobody has a free hand, ,,,,1,110 protected they turned en labor a- no indlviduiil is responsible.. It dc- n Mixm f Pttlng prices, ride; -economic (iiestlens peliticnlls. The Fnlted StDten Supreme Court . 1, 1 ,'"?..cnn ,,,k,f1"' l,1:,rc of l-,Rm1 lower courts he said, were "d 'nil'!"11 In',",,'v' 'H"1'5 "'l'1 !,1- priving the workers of their weapons r., L'ImVV.'' "'? .',?''"? .'" 0? "'?' f fet nil seeking te bind them I iiuuiiuvc-iiinuing political control ,kien The .S!: y U,T ,llc" 0,',i Wage scales of rail way empleyes should ,, r,inJ l Li" ai-fnin"T; .,U WmU net be decreased, no matter what action continue n fa lure. I nder it th rail- tIl(, interstate Ceinnierce Comiiiissien mm ... i, ." 1,. i1.,11""? ,!,Ke in modifying ex sting roll rell iJ'.,.n 1 f!'L ,11Vnte cni'ilal U'et '-'".read rotes. Frank I,. Warne. stalls- " .u l!rw,,lnR whl,c 1"tr',,1,,,;inK ,"c with cliains se that tl.Ur masters mny nu ,', ll "Vi'.l?,"! "I'lX'rtunity. limiting. wllh immunity sceurrc them into snb-nitintire-limiting political control ,uien " ought te have tical expert, testified today en behalf Rese Vanilla PUDDINE rllh Its delicate reue pink color Make It - delightful cltf.li te rrve t (fill, purtlee, lunrlirnn or dinner. Then, tee. It I se eunlly and qulekly Blade nnd at snrli a trlfllnc tett. There are ititn ether flatert. lleclpe folder un request. At All Grocers, 10c, 15c Frnlt Tiuldlne Ce.. Ilaltlmere. .Md. The body of n woman found caught In n Initv ntt Vlrv-lnln nvenlie. At lantic City, last night, was identified today ns that of Mrn. Harry F. Mc (iarrigle, wife of the president of the Atlantic rity Fisheries Company. Tl,n hnilp watt fnlltlrl liV .Tesetlll . Scull, an ' Inspector for the Atlantic r.ltv Electric l.lirlit Ceninsny. A ring engraved "It. H. te n.'' nnd a coat label were the only clues te the woman a Menfltv until MrfJnrrlrle read 6f the dlseeverv nnd viewed the body. He said his wife left home yesterday after neon. , fVnt etmrils took from the surf nt Atlantic Cltv yesterday the body of Mrs. Mrtn V. Irwin, of Philadelphia, who plunged te death from the end of the Steel Pier. Mrs. Irwin was twenty-eight years old. and lived nt 1424 Diamond street. Mhc was the wife of .lames A. Irwin, 2d. Her body was recovered a mile above the pier by const guards after James Lewis and Harry Martins, at taches of the pier, hnd plunged into the ocean in fullle effort te save her. She was despondent because of ill health, as the result of en operation following the birth of n son three months age. The workmen saw the woman make her fatal plunge into the eecnn nnd lenped after her, but she bad gene down nnd nil efforts te locate her failed. The're was a heavy sea running at the time and fhe woman snnk almost im mediately. The coast guards at the Inlet Station were notified nnd put te sen In their power bent. Thev finally located the woman elT the Helnr. Pier and brought her ashore. Fer forty minutes they labored ever her with n pulmoter, but she failed te revive. Mrs. Irwin, accompanied by tier mother-in-law. Mix. James Irwin, 1st, TWO HELD FOR SLAYING Corener and Naval leard Jein In Inquest en Saller'a Death Corener Knight and the Naval Beard mimmg&SM! of Inquiry held a Joint inquest this morning into the death of Geerge Her man, twenty-four, who died In the N'avnl Ilnamltnl nn the result of injuries received in a restaurant fight at Eighth ami uaiiewnui streets. This wan the first Joint inquest cvci held In Philadelphia, and efflclaW ea'f that it wlil hemiiter ue tue ihuii l disposing of cases where' mere than ene beard has Jurisdiction. r - n Hclztnnn lived at 2485 East .Venango Btrcet. The Corener's Jury held, Ed ward Creeks, n waiter in the restaur- &'&&&&m :iz;u --" "?enjwfl Detective Ttentntv M i... . Al statement from the sailor hwfi """"""""0 """! nnarten.vj , - Just about 36 hours left of the Steigerwalt an nual sale of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Slippers and Hosiery. That's plenty of time, however, te get yours. J' m riZGia jr er uOalt Hnnt Xftnn tiza Chestnut SU BethO'-iniI If for no ether reason than veal economy of operation gettinc mere mileage te every gallon of fuel. ' BETHOL.IJNJU stands first in. the preference of motorists. siienwoeD brothers Iaco erted -aa 1 M 1 ae railroad preu em is tedav morn .. ,i, .u..,,..i .,i.,a political than economic. (Jevcrnment -The unions contend." said Mr. Olterfeieiice lias dried nn 1I1.. snnr.-eu ...... mi,., .!.. i ...;. , .... ;.... lit !l , .-.-...-... ,,Uiiit:. iiiuv inciv n liu VClMlllllUC law l inuiiivj -lll-iu .uiTt, wniuvn .mini efc, fiem which riiirsnd man.igeinent built that establishes any rclntlen whatever ' and n nurse, had been staying nt the 1. 1 'V "ve-neiu cap 'between rates as such for transport!!- nulls always hy of political control. , Hen und rates for services performed. ou knew frcm your uwu experience Hnllroed empleyes de net believe their the ill effects of ieernnieiit control 011 1 wages should be decreased ns rates are diis nc-s in general, and the same causes decreased, or Increased ns rates are in which ndveisely affect business also creased." ,"1.r.ft.1,"', lalln"1,.1',Ttl,"',1rlerU'8ef tr"lle- Hallway empleyes sought pnrticipa itll ClltlOl (if their extiendlflirps in Hnn In thnTirn...wi;nnu I, ..1.1 i. il,: 1 1. ...li... .7. ."" '"""'-. ".- s-uiu. ur ...vii wi nanus, siiejeci eniy 10 ece-icnusc railway iiuniic inws, me ranreud business ought with large corporation shlimers 10 ee permitted te readjust itself a claimed that wage reductions must pre 'tlier business niHt de nnd is dem?. cede rate reductions! "nii hum nut think you can con- If general rate reductions result in .nun- un- jmiicj ex private ownership ' conjunction with wage decreases, Mr, Ceriutlila Hetel, 112 Seuth Pennsylvn nla avenue, for u week. She was taken te the shorn in the hope that she would regain her health, nnd the nurse was in almost constant nttend nncc. Yesterday afternoon shortly before tJ e'r-lnek uhe left, the hotel, savlni she executives "In alliance was going for n walk. Her mother- ltliaw llOll uecn 111 i-iiiiaueipiua unenu- lug the funeral of the latter sister. When she returned and learned that her 1 1 daughter-in-law hnd left the hotel she pHtiiU'imiiiBiBuaiHiia Perk Roast for Sunday? efnrt.wi n Dnnprii tnr ner. nnii Minrii.v iiim .11 nn: Mime nine reuuiate every Warne said, tin Increase 11 trnffin . :.:.",."..:., v.. .1. 1...1 1 .1 1 '. . lead method and operation and still suiting would bring even lnrgeV eperai- n,tA7 BrI. , "" ed at t " ier fe Meet them te continue te show enter- ing revenues than new result from high LdJ Mee Id was informed at he .rise and initiative. The much pre- rates. "The railroads would actually i"8""' a", ee,n Sic told Ie "I knew of no surer way of making lower wages. City Dressed Perk Chops or Roasts 18 c ib At all our Meat Markets j I. LITTLE SONIA STOKOWSKI J COOS GREETING TO PHILA. I : Orchestra Conductor and His Wife Proudly Introduce Friends I te "Most Wonderful Baby in the WerW - I Senia Mar.'a Neel Stokewski arrived table. They are filled with miniature gf at her home from Londen and New ' old-fashioned bouquets which were sent s.Yerk last night. And sim-c her ar- ! t,e,u'0'F0m, , Jenl,n home. The whole l(,ival the long, low beuse set far . yh , J , ' reotewI B back from the hi3hwey at St. Martins, and the baby Mokewski 1 all of the family friends and retainers , Thn uurserv bureau and inantelnleee have heen exerting themselves te make ar( 'n"n with .Senin's gifts; there is her happy. '.1 '"'''."" .le,ltl'1 " norm. with its 1 . 11 ..1 l.. .a ...Mc, ,,1.1,t.l, ,llA 1 lie allow eu uei i ,iun-. iiwwt' k"- gote. She headed straight for the end of the pier nnd plunged off. I The woman left a farewell note te ' her husband in u pocket In her coat, 1 but It was wet und could hardly be de ciphered. NO DRYGOODS PROFITEERING Manager for Strawbrldge & Clothier Says Competition l Toe Keen There can be no combine of retni' drv goods distributors for the main tenanc.c of high profits, according te Herbert ,T. Tily. general manager of Sirawbridge & Clothier, who addressed the eleventh annual convention of the , National nlctnil Ury uoeus associa tion In New Yerk yesterday. I "As nn inevitable consequence of the 1 competition which exists the world ever i i,u-nii retnll lnerehnnts.' said Mr. lie no sucn tiling ns AMk4l ""r "npp-v- tiny chairs, music racks n d Hn -1 I Tilly, "there can be no sueh th: At the ring of the doorbell. Dr. lm eases. The Violin Twltl in thhu ' Profiteering in this business. Leepold Stokewki. conductor of the rases connet be law 'than tw!i inni".. "f, association of retail Philade'phia Orchestra, tiptoes from And with it is 7, Temarkab e n erteii ' trlbutera has such a reputat en f his tudy and asks the newcomer, piano, four Inches hilit that will nl.? tegrlty. for justice, for fuir di di- for In- "Have you seen our baby yet? May- quaint folk tunes wound up. nit will pluy for skill, thnt it must never be n auaawii. wire wMKffl wimwm LARGEST OLD BOOK STORE IN AMERICA - " 111' U L' I I I I1I1IL 1L ill It - 1 lm she is sleenins new. for she was vellnw sill.- .rlrnffn .vie, . .J'-... q,ll?t temntatien for these of Its members 1 very tired tide morning from her long i tilts its head en the ninntn i,.t. P.?.,! who haw the strongest grip en prill UH3 niitoinehile ride from .New ierk yes- smiles crookedly at Senia's crih ., i eiples te tenlnv " !.. .!. .. il 1, . .. " 'l". .tllll ,., f . iii charge of it all is the trade et times en tbc reputa tien of the association." BOOKS Tien you arc ready te turn .L VOIll- nn.nniree. l.er LunllAU X ,i,5 k 1 musical ability of her father, and the Dtllllin I Peecieci t) O O K S talent of lier mother, known en the into Cash, We concert stage ns Mndiyiie hamareff. arp rpjiflv tn lianfl vnn fh would seem te declare Senia n born 1 are reauj 10 nana jeu tne ,n11Ki,.inn. or .eurse. everv one nsks money ter them. We Want her parents wnether Senia Is te be an them for thousands e buyers "1!tis' "f the musical world, cenfidentlj whnsP firaf fhniitrhf vvVien ihav exacting nn affirmative reply. ...-vw ... v v..VHf)tiv, .ai vaj I, Tar ,he fi,; Vime." lie went en. . ''TxTtiAl? ZXKu -'"XS n,K OV WABVATION, , 'that Senia had ever be-n In.nn auto--I StokewskL-that 'he's Luch "i'' nrV. VES. KZ! 'ffl'e? nioeiie nne seeincd te nue 11. mil U Daliy ? I knew a let of people would wDuWn amazing article, "W-ien civiuw.i made her tired. want te see her. and I felt T i.Jt reeple Turn te rannlballsm." In MaBajIni Few h.ihles lmtn l.ef.n lini-n with the i.i-. . i.... A. 1 "" ' ' .." 'l .' ,st S-ailen et next Sunday's Pcemc LEram. " ...... .. ..v.... , . . . ...... ... - ( i'ii ii i ii niniii iiim iti it rivi mi- .nil.. - itage tiint is Senia's. The wide - i I I I "l Charge Accounts Invited wammmmimma Mail Orders Filled Charge Purchases Billed March 1st en Request m Al SA rll E K 1215 Chestnut Street Illustrated Fashion Felder Sent en Request 0 0 3 Annual Sale of Furs at ONE-HALF- OFF Direct Frem the Manufacturer te Yeu Sale Will Continue Until Our Entire Stock Is Sold At Prices That Will Be a Revelation This There is a great advantage in selections here te early arrivals BUY NOW FOR NEXT SEASON'S NEEDS A Small Deposit Will Reserve Your Purchase in Our Storage Vaults Until Next Fall. Payments te Be Continued Monthly Through the Spring and Summer. Rantt of Pr'ictx have a book-need, is : "I'll go te .Leary s." And, usually, "going te Leary's" means finding what you ie looking ler. If you have tee many books te carry conveniently, just remove the books. Beeks Bought. Libraries Purchased. Leary 's Boek Stere Ninth Street Delew Market (Opposite Pest Office) . Future Must Tell lint Mrs. Stokewski said this morn ing, "I hope net. I'nlrss Senia has marvelous talent she won't devote her life te music, but if she has that talent v,e will dewlep It when she is elder." She cxplnined that the trouble with hlldrcn born of musical patents was l,n lltn, it'.....! nnlncillll ..,,n,, A.1 ... Send US WOrd and OUr repre- be musical, tee. and very often had a fientfttlVGS will call, hnv nnfl caier forced en them, when their ... - . ...s. ,. , , , IIUUUJ VUU IIIHIIIIIK Ulllisillll. .Mrs. Stokewski smiled from her very brown eyes. "The first thine new is the baby's health. The life of nn artist is n hard one. "De jeu knew." she continued won wen dcriiudy. "I don't take the slishten In tel est In my concert work new. Of 'eurse, T won't play this year: T may uet Nethins else seems l" matter new but this ilarllnR. ' If I had te cheese between tuy mu-sli-a' cnieer i.nd havlnK Senia, I wouldn't think twlie. I had really de cided te Riw up m.v ceneert work when I married Mr. Stokewski. but he was 'e Inteiested in it tliat lie wanted me In ke en. I adore mus-lc. but net the tnurins that cee- with it. Hut," she pained a moment te kiss, Senia's imc. "there's nothing en earth like thl! "She leeks etactly like her father, deei.n't she';" Mrs. Stokewski nodded her brown bobbed curls under the lace boudoir cap. "Her mouth is. just like his, nnd her ears, tee," she said. And then she pl'-lted up the baby In its coverings of bllie silk and wool. "Senia waves her hands just the way her father does." j-,.s, Stokewski said. "And there she's conducting un with her forefinger!" Simla turned her large blue eyes toward her mother nnd began te cry. "She did that lust night when" Mr. Stokewski wanted te study." her mother cniitlded. "He went into one of the further rooms and shut the deer, se I don't think he heard her. We call this, the 'Heuse of .Many Deers.' Hut even if she did disturb him. I don't think lie would mind; be Is se crazy about her." , As a matter of fact, Dr. Stokewski himself wijw "she Id the must ehnrmlng, friendly tiling I've ever seen in mr life." I.cn their big TIclBimi pulicu ilez tliinkii he, Mrs. Stokewski Miys. IK climbed up tint stairs te Senia'a nurse- . ami steed looking nt the habv In her babsinet, and se pleased wim h'e with what he saw that lie nearly brushed her Inte the fireplace with n wave ei n is long tail, The firelight In the nuraetr flickers en tb tuy Mirer raaii en the drtaeUf ' MAKES SHORT WORK efPdm. Slod7bfer rheumatism lumbago sciatica neuralgia sjntins,strains weak backs stiff joints " Aitt!druf.Utt,35c,70c.$1.4O SleaW I -tirkCkirA Pain iaw ,. av.1, enem Makes Sick Skins Well On of Dr. Ilobiea'a family IUmd lea. Far a clear, bltny eoiuplaxien uae titj )6enls "SH00R-TREDS The Greatest Shoes Grewing: Feet, cost ordinary shoes. "Shoer-Tred" Russia Calfskin Shoes H.SS ever no made for mere than Si'zea 8 te 11, New Sizes WVi te 2, New Sizes 2? te 8, New 5.85 6.85 "Shoer-Tred" Scheel and Play Shoes $3.85 4.35 4.85 5.85 Sizes 6 te 8, New Sizes 8 J te 11, New Sizes 11. te 2, New Sizes 2z te 7, New BOYS' SSSJKaf $4.65 Girls' & Children's Patent Leather One-Straps Ballet and Tee Slippers ' Party and Dress Footwear have just arrived in the new seasen'a models. This department excels in the prompt delivery et &pecial orders. 1230 Market St. -t u zi mifT' (w roneumcid errme) The Stere, ev famous Shee.! 1308 jChestnut St. Every Feet Professionally Fitted Three Geuting Brethers Supervising 48.00 t0 97.50, All Coats Advertised are Length. Wraps are Full Length French Seal Coati, Skunk Trimmed Marmet Coats, Raccoea. Trimmed Frenck Seal Wraps Natural Muskrat Coats . Leepard Cat Coats Peajr Coats, Trimmed French Seal Coats, Opossum Trim'd. French Seal Coats Marmet Coats Russian Peny Coats Chokers Scarfs Steles Price Rantrc Frem p A A In 1 A I ft . J.UV lfl.OU-i Rtnu of Prictt Natural Squirrel Chokers Natural Mink Chokers Austr. Opossum Chokers Brown Wolf Chokers Taupe Fex Scarfs Brown Wolf Scarfs Jap Mink Chokers Taupe Fex Chokers Taupe Wolf Chokers Stene. Marten Chokers Brown Fex Scarfs Taupe Wolf Scarfs Prieet Range Prem Ane el Pricti 245.00 t0 295.00 Natural Squirrel Coats 'Hudsen Seal Wraps Moleskin Coats, Squirrel Trimmed Scotch Moleskin Wraps Natural Raccoon Coats Hudsen Seal Coats, Skunk Trimmed Hudsen Seal Coats, Beaver Trimmed Hudsen Seal Ceat,i, Squirrel Trimmed Hudsen Seal Ceat's, Self Trimmed Black Caracul Wraps .Stene Marten Chokers Brown Fex Chokers Black Fex Scarfs Taupe Fex Chokers Taupe Wolf Chokers Kelinsky Chokers 19.50 t0 29.50 French Seal Steles Blended Sable Chokers Taupe Fex Scarfs Brown Fex Scarfs Brdwn Wolf Chokers Natural Mink Chokers 125.00 t0 195.00ft Hudsen Seal Coats, Skunk Trimmed Natural Raccoon Coats Moleskin Wraps Scotch Moleskin Coats Taupe Nutria Coats French Seal Coats, Squirrel Trimmed French Seal CeaU, Beaver Trimmed French Seal Coats, Skunk Trimmed Northern Muskrat Coats Leepard Cat Coats, Seal Trimmed Prictt Priat Range Frem 34.50 t0 49.50 Bnum Marten Chokers i Blended Sable Chokers Hudsen Seal Stoics Black Lynx Scarfs Natural Skunk Scarfs Taupe Fex Chokers Hud. Bay Sable Chokers Stene Marten Chokers Cres3 Fex Scarfs Black Fex Scarfs Nutria Steles Brown Fex Chokers Prieea Renpe hrem fftntt e Prim i ,:. , ii,1i-iiiiii..ii,iiI.iii,IIIIi, i mi-Hi 445.00 t0 595.00 Broadtail Wraps Ermine Wrap Natural Mink Coats Trimmed Taupe Caracul Wraps Natural Squirrel Wraps rrimmed Taupe Caracul Capes Jap Mink Wraps Alaska Beaver Ceals Alaska Seal Ceat Hudsen Seal Circular Capes 54.50 t0 79.50 Natural Squirrel Stoics Hud. Bay Sable Chokers Platinum Fex Scarfs Austr. Opossum Stoics Kelinsky Stoics Cress Fex Scarfs Jap Mink Stoics Dyed Blue Fex Scarfs Nutural Fisher Scarfs Scotch Moleskin Steles Alaska Beaver Scarfs Black Lynx Scarfs 325.00 l0 395.00; Alaska Beaver Coats Natural Squirrel Wraps Natural Squirrel Coats Hudsen Seal Coats, Beaver Trimmed Hudsen Seal Coats, Skunk Trimmed Hudsen Seal Coats, Squirrel Trimmed Hudsen Seal Coats, Self-Trimmed Jap Mink Coats Hudsen Seal Wraps Scotch Moleskin Wraps I c- Kan ft el Ptun n Extra Larae Size iw 'e -, . V1IH0!. a ern n a -r... sj . it ji i ..v.v ,. IL.H pecin,H inal WIM jnstnnt y anneal te the woman who requires a larger size Barment. Sizes Range Frem 48 te 54 Bust Consisting of v ,Pon,y9ea.ls Marmet Coats . Natural Muskrat Ceals French Seal Coats Hudsen Seal Coats Ranging in price, from H4.50 te 395.00 64S.00 t0 995.00 TMtt ...... - . . ;. ? u,r' 0I "r Karmcnia is net :e,be .imiaiil l. UIU uineus I ttln i, ,'. ... . . . -- ... w., f-HI. ". , There will be a special sUff of experienced fur salespeople te wait unen lk crowd, of eafer fur buyers that annually attend hs el ",v eus little assertmtnu -,.- . -.,( , rrmen seal 1$ dy ,Ce.,; - N8tr4! fi'.iflV W;api tNatural .Mink Circulnr Capci Broadtail Wrap Summer Ermine Wrap Natural Squirrel Circular Capes Taupe Caracul Wraps Hudscn Seal Circular Capes Alaska Seal Coats Alaska Seal Wraps Natural Mink Coats , -..-... -.zJii M fil i.mw" ;...,,j4 if": n ' ' ---f'i" EKlri"Cr "V,T. -t!l!.. 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