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_CContinued From Fifth Pag* i land entertained at luncheon yesterday at the Carlton. __ Apostolic Delegate Celebrates Anniversary With Guests. The apostolic delegate to the United Elates, the Most Rev. Peter Fumasonl Eiondi, celebrated the fifteenth anni versary of his episcopal consecration with a dinner last evening at his resi dence, 1811 Biltmore street. There were prepent Most Rev. Michael J. Curley, Archbishop of Baltimore; the Minister of Yugoslavia, Dr. Leonidas Pitemic; the Minister of Egypt, Dr. Sesostria Si efttouss Pasha: Senator David I. Walsh, Count Alberto Marchettl di Murlagiio of the Italian embassy, Right Rev. James H. Ryan, rector of the Catholic University of America; Very Rev. W. Coleman Nevils, president of George town University; Herr Rudolf Leitner of the German embassy, Mr. Bojidar P. Etoianovltch of the Yugoslav legation and Very Rev. Paul Marella, Rev. Fran cis Hyland and the Rev. Celestine Daly of the staff of the delegation. Col. and Mrs. Clifford C. Early will entertain at the dinner dance at the . Ehoreham tonight in honor of Mrs. Philip Bagby of Richmond, Va., their house guest. Mr Pierre Boal of the State Depart ment was entertained at luncheon today by the president of the Naval War Col lege at Newport, Rear Admiral Harris Uanlng, preceding the address which Mr. Boal will make to tile officers of the staff and college this afternoon. Mrs. Willem vom Rath, who recently regained her American citiienship, hav ing formerly been Miss Virginia Mackay Emlth of Washington, will sail next week on the Europa for a brief stay •broad. Mr. and Mrs. J. Townsend Russell, Jr , arrived in New York aboard the IL de France yesterday and are at the 6 . Moritz until they come to Wash ington the first of the week. Miss Loretta McHugh, Miss Monica McHugh and Miss Margaret Brown will attend the Army-Navy game tomorrow In New York. They will spend the veek end at the New Yorker. miss aqci« iJiacit has had as her guest for a week Mrs. Thomas Len Will Hollomon of Harrisonburg. Va. Mrs. Hollomon was before her marriage, Oct'.ber 30, Miss Ruth Cover of Elk ton, Va. Dr. Lillian M. Oilbreth of Mont clair, N. J„ is passing a few days at the Dodge. She is a consulting en gineer and member of the President’s Unemployment Committee and is in the Capital attending the meeting of the Engineering Women’s Club, of which Mrs. Hoover is a member. Miss Elisabeth Tyree entertained at luncheon at the Shoreham yesterdav i tn honor of Mrs. William Mitchell of | Jackson, Tenn. Her other guests were Mrs. Herbert Emerson, Mrs. Richard Baker, Mrs. Gertrude Goodman, Mrs Earl Neely and Miss Helen Manning Members in attendance at the annual meeting of the National Committee on Volunteer Service of the American Red Crass were guests at the diplomatic re ception at the White House Thursday evening. Mrs. Hoover, who is honorary chairman of the committee, could not attend its sessions this year, but wel comed the opportunity to greet those who were present by extending the in vitation to the reception. Two dis tinguished vice presidents, Mrs. William j Howard Taft and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, attended the committee sessions. Others who attended the session and the reception were Mis* Mabel T. Board man, chairman; Miss E. G. Buckland, New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. Austin R. Bald win. New York City; Mrs. Walter Shaw Brewster. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. De Wolf Clark, New York City; Mr*. John Allen Daugherty, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. G. W. C. Drexel, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Mrs. C. G. Edgar, Detroit. Mich.; Mrs. Julius W. Freeman, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Graham MacFarlane, Jr., A&reville. N. C ;-Mrs. T. A. Mellon, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Henry R. Rea, Pittsburgh, Pa ; Mrs. Theodore W. Richards, Washing ton, D. C.; Mrs. Bowen Tufts, Winches ter, Mass.; Mrs. Thomas S. Wheel wright. Buckhead Springs, Chesterfield County, Va.; Mrs. Clifford A. Atkinson, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Henry Brin ton Coxe, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. George B. Evans, Rosemont, Pa.; Miss Catherine S. Leverieh, New York City. The announcement of Miss Dorothy Montague Sevier’s wedding to Mr. Jesse Grant Lowe of Knoxville, Tenn., December «, in Hendersonville, N. C., has been received here. Mrs. Lowe is a niece of Mrs. Harry Howard Shelton, who makes her home at the Shoreham. She has beeh a gurst of her aunt many times, and has a host of friends in Washington. An exhibit in the card room at the i Shoreha.ni Saturday. December 12, of I etchings, water colors and oils will be i presented by Peter Joan Floroe, Greek ! journalist and art writer. These works ' have been obtained from the collections * of the estates of the late Mrs. Pierre | Lorrillard and Mr. James B. Duke of i New York. Guests of the hotel and i their friends are cordially Invited to at tend this exhibit, after 11 o'clock Sat urday. Mrs. Miner F Felch, wife of Maj, Miner P. Felch, entertained her bridge j club at a luncheon at the Hamilton j Hotel. Mrs. John Gardner Ladd and Mrs William M, Ballinger entertained at luncheon fdtowed by bridge at the Ken : nedy-Warren today,,when their guests j Included M^s. Clarence A. Lane, Mrs Frederick Bfe Pyle. Mrs. Henry D. Ralph, | Mrs. R. Pirfee Irving, Mrs. Horace L. | Dawson, Mrs, H. H. Jacobs, Mrs. How i ard G. Nichols, Mrs. James Austin j Stone. Mrs. Lynn Ramsay EdmlnLster, i Mrs. H. Laurie Garrett, Mrs. Roy Clyde j Miller, Mrs. Otto T. Wendt, Mrs. Her bert Corn, Mrs. Royal R. Rommel, Mrs. James L. Barnhard, Mrs. Robert Kline, Mrs. Flournoy C. Schneider, Mrs. Ver ner P. Clapp, Mrs Ray Ballinger, Mrs. James Irving SteeJ, Mrs. John McNab, Mrs. Herbert Shepard and Mrs. Schuy ler Shepard. Mrs. Eva Dell Myers will entertain at the Air Corps dinner dance tonight at the Army, Nary, Marine Club. Comdr. and Mrs. William I. Causey, Maj. and Mrs Nathan C. Pickles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Abell, Mme Piccio, Mrs. R. H. Stackhouse, Miss Lola Williams Mrs. James Adams, Capt. Hugh A. Bivins, Mr. Reuel Elton and Mr. Kriz. Wives of Senators Assist At Democratic Women's Club. Mr*. James E." Watson oi Indiana and Mrs. Porter H. Dale of Vermont will pour at the tea given by the District Branch of the National Woman’s party Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Elsie Hill oi Connecticut, former national chairman of the Woman s party. Mis* Hill, one of the Nation-wide leaders of the suffrage campaign and now no les* valiant in working tor the equal right* amendment, is welt known in omcial society, in which she played an active part during the life oi her father, the late Ebenezer Hill, for 20 years Repre sentative from Connecticut. Mrs. Paul Myron Linebarger and the other District officers of the Woman's party will be guest* for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Maxwell Barker of Lynchburg, Va., have is*ued invita tions for the marriage of the latter'* sister, Miss Nina Holt Marshall, to Mr. Jonathan Mueller Ball of Detroit, Mich., which is to take place in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Lynchburg, the eve ning of Saturday, December 19. Miss Marshall is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Y. Peyton Marshall of Lynch burg, a lineal descendant of John Marshall, first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, and ha* a large prominent family connection among the Marshalls, Holts and other old families of Virginia. Miss Rowena Roberts and Mr. Wil liam D. Milans,, matron and patron of Joseph H. Milan* Chapter of the East ern Star, entertained the officers of their chapter at dinner, followed by bridge, last evening at the Dodge Hotel. Covers were laid for 20 guest*. Gov. Woodring of Kansas will be the guest of honor and speaker at the din ner which the Woman’s National Demo cratic Club will give this evening. He will talk on ’’Grandsons of the Wild Jackass.” Mrs. Charles Hamlin will Introduce i the speaker. Among the many who will entertain I groups at the dinner will be Mr. and j Mrs. Samuel Herrick, who will have ! Senator and Mrs. Bulow of South Dakota as their honor guests. The Wesley Heights Circle of the Florence Crittenton Home gave a Christ mas party in the home last evening from 7:30 to 10 o’clock. The Washing ton Dairy Council very kindly put on a puppet show for the entertainment of the girls, and Mrs. Morris D. Ervia sang, accompanied by Mrs. Walter A. Gawler. Her songs, In two groups, in cluded ‘‘Star Eyes,” by Oley Speaks; “Big Brown Bear,” by Mana Zucca; “In an Old-fashioned Town,” by Squires, and other*. The ladles in charge of the party included Mrs. C. Chester Caywood, Mrs. Walter A. Gaw ler, Mr*. J. C. Freeland, Mrs. Harrh Subscribe Today It cost* only about 1H cent* per day and & cents Sundays to have WAhlngton’s best newspa per delivered to you regularly every evfeing and Sunday morn ing Telephone National 5000 and the delivery will start Immedi ately The Route Ager- wiil col lect at the end of each month -_ —_ I LaNSBURGH’S 7th, 8th and E Sts.—NAtional 9800 V --— No Connection With Any Other Washington Store The Beret With Scarf to Match Gay young juniors are really quite excited about these sets. The • ever-popular beret—in red, navy, brown, orange, black or green, with an attractive plaid scarf. R ill Re Nicely Boxed for Gifts MILLINERY , (SECOND FLOOR. PLEATED SATIN jor a darling turban with a veil! The newest addition to the turban family— and an extremely smart addition! Pleated satin turbans that will make you feel right in tune with the gay holi days. We suggest this model in black or brown. $5 Baldwin. Mrg Franklin D. Jones and Mrs. Howard O. Nichols. The Women's Club of Benjamin Franklin University, led by their newly elected president, Miss Vera W. Rhine, will have its annual Christmas party at the Kennedy-Warren Apartment Hotel tomorrow evening, preceded by dinner at 6:30 o'clock. The decorations for the party are in keeping with the spirit of the occasion, and the Christmas tree will hold many delightful surprises for all the members and their guests. This club, being organised for the stu- i dents at Benjamin Franklin University and 4he graduates of the school, has had a successful two years previous to this 6ne. ■■■ - » ■ ...— Whitney K. Gast was crowned the Indiana potato king, with a yield of 506 bushels to the acre. MONEY CIRCULATION FALLS IN NOVEMBER I Eight Cents Per Capita Decrease Is Reported, With Figure Drop ping to $44.46. Money in circulation fell off eight cents per capita during November, to a total of $5,534,557,262, it was disclosed by the Treasury figures on cirAilation. The per capita circulation last month was $44.46 as compared with $44.54 in October and $37.72 a year ago. On November 30. 1930, the total circulation was $4,660,315,130. nearly $900,000,000 less than on last November 30. All the money in the country amounted to $9,211,590,668, an increase of $149,000,000 in a month and an in crease of $860,000,000 in the year. Of the total, $4,411,733,062 was In gold, of which the Treasury held $3,434,958,629. Of -the Treasury’s gold holdings, how ever, approximately $2,300,000,000 was held against currency and for Federal Reserve banks and agents. Of the money in circulation $381, 253.968 was in gold, $927,964,959 in gold certificates. $33,227,971 In silver dollars, $386,700,917. in sliver certifi cates. $1,232,250 in 1890 Treasury notes, $271,699,392 in subsidiary silver, $117, 037,150 In minor coin, $294,447,138 in United States notes, $2,463,273,154 in Federal Reserve notes, $2,851,951 In Federal Reserve bank notes and $654, 868,412 in National bank notes. The germ history of disease was al most unbelievable a half century and more ago. FOUNDING OF GRANGE 64 YEARS AGO MARKED No. 1 Organization Elects Pyke Johnson Worthy Master and Other Officer*. Potomac Grange, No. 1, last night marked the sixty-fourth anniversary of the founding of the National Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, with its annual meeting and election of officers The organization's first session was held here December 4, 1867. Officers chosen include Pyke Johnson worthy master; R. H. Ellsworth, over seer; R. J. Posson, lecturer; Merrill Sickles, steward; C. D. Bohannan as sistant steward; A. M. Loomis secre J tary, and Edwin C. Powell, treasurer. I Plans were announced for a special meeting to Pierce Hall, AH Soule' Uni tarian Church, Wednesday night, the program including an illustrated lecture and a turkey dinner. BOY STEALS PURSES Colored Youth Leaps on Running Board of Car to Rob. A colored boy who leaped on the run ning board of a roadster as it slowed down to gaake a left turn at Fifteenth and L streets stole the purses of two women from the rumble seat of the car and escaped in a daring daylight rob bery yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Kitty Pazen and Mrs. William Earl, both of Fairfax, Va„ estimated their losses at $15. They gave chase in their machine when the boy raced through a nearby alley,.but could not overtake hkn. GIRL SCOUTS PLAN FETE Annual Yule Celebration Will Be Held Here on Becetnber 17. The District Girl Scouts’ annual Christmas celebration will be held at 7:30 o’clock December 17 In Pierce Hall, it was announced today. Gift* of food and clothing will be assembled at this meeting for future distribution as part of the organization’s charitable activi ties during December. Special tableaux ^111 be presented by ’Troops 26, 61, 12 and 63 at the cele bration. The annual Pall Court of Awards was held by Girl Scout District 7 last Sat urday at Laurel, Md. Approximately 150 persons attended the event, at which 16 second-class badges and 110 merit badees were awarded. $8.95 to $10.95 SILK DRESSES Beautiful New Models Arrive for Saturday Street, afternoon, evening and sport dresses in geogetter crepe, flat crepe, canton crepe, Roshanara crepe, chiffon, satin, wool crepe, transparent velvet and panne velvet. Sises 12 to 20, 11 to 17, 38 to 44, 46 to 50. Second Floor. . • WE INVITE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT Majestic Pen-and-Pencil Sets Favorite gifts for men. women and chil dren. Guaranteed fountain pen with auto- * -f * p/v matic pencil to match—In beautiful mottled A I .UU IT- 5 1 .DU colorings. Attractively mounted and boxed I ___ (V ^ I _ as sketched. A ——— nA A WATERMAN'S Pen and Pencil Sets $4.50, 85.00 A 85.25 PARKER’S Pen and Pencil Sets, $5.00 FOUNTAIN PENS for men, women and children, fully guaranteed, attractively boxed— I $1.00 and $1.29 Street Floor Sensational Sale! Men’s Suits and Overcoats Brand-New, Smartly-Tailored Clothing at One Amazing Price! Most important men’s cloth ing news you’ve read—or are likely to read in many a long day. Really a matchless oppor tunity to buy clothes of qual ity at a marvelous saving. Briefly, we relieved an over stocked manufacturer — who makes GOOD clothes and no other kind—of his .surplus stock—at a big cut in price. Splendid fabrics, thorough tai loring, dressy styles, popular colors —everything you could asTc for— and only TEN DOLLARS for unre stricted choice! Regular sizes, shorts, stouts and slims. Suits Overcoats Topcoats Tuxedos Chauffeurs’ Suits A Spectacular Achievement By Our Popular New Dept. The Suits at $10 _•_ 3-piece suits in medium and heavy -weights. Prowns, tans, blues, greys; stripes, mixtures, herringbones. Also four-piece suits with extra pair of knickers. Sizes 34 to 46. The Overcoats at $10 Dressy new single and double-breasted models in styles for young men and all men. You will be amazed at the style and quality of these gar ments. Popular colors. Sizes 34 to 44. The Topcoats at $10 Heavy enough for cold weather, light enough for mild weather—smart enough for any weather. Light, medium and dark colorings for every man's taste. Sizes 34 to 42. The Tuxedos at $10 Tailored w-ith distinction of rich, soft fabrics with Skinner satin facing and braided trousers. Look like expensive clothes—but cost <so little. Sizes 34 to 44. The Chauffeurs’ Suits at $10 Uniforms of fine appearance, tailored for un usual service. Of sturdy, corded dark grey fab rics. Sizes 34 th 44. Men’s Gift $0.95 Robes O Beautifully brocaded rayon robes and. fluffy blanket robes, with shawl collar and heavy girdle. Blanket robes bound with cording. Small, medium and large sizes. Gifts of merit, priced for economy. MEN’S GIFT ROBES of warm striped flannel, also beautiful rayon robes and Beacon blanket robes, all of a quality to make any man happy on Christmas £•* qe? morn. Choice .. sP * • Men’s Fine Gift Shirts . Who can remember when such really-high-grade shirts sold for so little—even at King’s Palace! ^ — These handsome gift shirts come in white, plain- fl* gl *1 r colored and fancy broadcloth, rayon striped madras, Na ■ < ^ fine woven madras, diamond sheen and fashion #11 ■ _#lal crepe. Collar attached, soft or laundered collar to T ■ v w match, neckband shirts, sizes 13'A to 17.—Men’s H Dept., Street Floor. Men’s S1.00 Broadcloth Snirts Individually wrapped In cellophane. Tailored of ex cellent quality broadcloth in white, tan, blue, and green, with collar attached. Sizes 1 to 17. Street Floor, in the Bear, Next to Millinery Dept. Men's Gift $1.00 Pajamas A >s 'Coat and jniddy styles in better quality pajamas of broadcloth and flannelette, with or without rayon frogs. In solid colors and many attractive patterns of combination colors. All sizes. $1.50 MUFFLERS of beautiful, rich, heavy quality Large squares and frin^ed-end styles, in an as sortment of colors and <£» l /wi designs. Choice . 3pA.A/\J . Genuine Japanese Fountain Pens With Initiale Engraved ft f\ FREE. Guaranteed for Five Year. ‘ Street Floor, at Elevators. * This Beautiful 1 Electric Poinsettia Lamp ^2=== Vow mur-Vv ■ in demand— ^ a n d very fjj scarce just ” now. Large 55^ decorative plant as M s k etched, with two col ored electric i bulbs, in rus tic basket, with cord and plug. Ideal Christ mast lighting M AVTOI f tf Same Style with One Bulb, $1.39 Street Floor. TOYLAND Ready for Busy Scenes Tomorrow! Br^ng the Little Ones to See Santa—He Has a Little Present for All Children Accompanied by Adults miner rooi tames These famous pool tables are steel braced, made with double-weight rail, rubber cushions and folding legs. All have rack, balls and two cues. $6.00.. $4.98 $9.00... $7.98 $12.95 $1 f\.98 Stee.. * SUe... * Sac.. ivty Darling” Baby Doll $2*98 New low price I for this big, lov a b 1 e doll. 26 inches tall. Ka pok-stuffed body, sleeping eyes, “mamma” voice. Beau t i f u 1 1 y dressed in three lace - trimmed styles. DOLL'S CARRIAGE, of woven fiber, with adjustable hood. Rub ber-tired 09 40 wheels . DOLL’S CARRIAGE, with rolled-edge woven fiber adjustable top, glass windows and triresbb..e.:$4.98 VELOCIPEDE, with sturdy, heavy frame and large, rubber-tired, double - spoke bicycle wheels. Green and red combina- ,jg EASEL BLACK BOARD with desk. E ducatlonal toy every <»-| rwV child likes.. AMERICAN FLYER ELECTRIC TRAIN, consisting of largo ^electric engine, tender, car and caboose. e> a qq. Beautifully painted and decorated. ?t.”0 LARGE ELECTRIC TRAIN, with qq transformer . JpD.I/O 54W CHILE'S TABLE AND CHAIR SET. Large, beau tifully decorated table and two Windsor-back qq chairs. Blue, green and ivory. Set. ip^.I/O $2.50 CHILD’S ROCKER. Large size, strongly built, with heavy arms and leatherette seat. Hand- & 1 qq somely painted ... X, I/O DOLL’S BASSINETTE. Size 26x15,' with wooden wheels. Size for large doll. Beauti- © l qq fully painted . wliW EMPIRE MECHANICAL TRAIN. Locomotive, tender and three coaches on circular track. Strong cgi qq spring motor ... Street Floor. Child's 69c Chair or Rocker 35c On Sale From 9:15 to 11 A.M. Only 20 inches high. Red, dark green or pea green. NONE DELIVERED at this price. Special Purchase , $10.00 to $20.00 Imported ! Beaded Bags *5 I Import er’s 1 sample* — 100 | f magniflc ent 1 j beaded bags — the gilts de luxe —to sell at an astounding bar gain price. Gold, silver and col ored beads In I lovely designs, with woven fringe to match. Satin lined. Pocket and mir i tor. Shell, sliver ! or antloue gold frames, some set with sparkling stoneg. Exquisite Evening Baft $1.95 tb $4.95 StfMft Flswtr Mens & Women’s Gift Gloves MEN'S $’.50 & $3.00 GLOVES, of fme capeskin I and suede, lined with warm fleece; some lined with j| fur. Black, tan, brown and grey. ! WOMEN’S REAL KID GLOVES and washable | capeskin gloves in smartly trimmed slip-on and ! fancy cuff styles. Black-with-white, brown-with white and light shades. Street Floor. Phoenix “Twistell” Silk Hose Until recently sold for $1.35. Exqui sitely sheer full-fashioned chiffon silk to the top—in the fashionable shades. Gifts of quality. PHOENIX HOSE, knit of the famous Bemberg yarn, the rayon de luxe. Full fashioned, Bemberg to the top. Smart new eolors. Narrow French heels. $1.00 FULL - FASHIONED SILK HOSE, nationally known brand subject to very slight irregularities. Sillk-to the-top chiffon with picoted top, also service weight. BOYS & GIRLS’ HOSE—Boys’ fine mercerized golf hose, misses' % and ~H rayon-mixed hose and misses’ long faney. rayon-mixed hose and long hose with novelty clocks. $ 1.00 Rayon Undies In Regular and Extra Sizes Wonderful feminine gijts! Garments of luxurious, heavy rayon in silk' trimmed, lace medallion trimmed, lace edged and appliqued styles. Dance sets, chemises, j gowns, French panties, step-ins and bloom, | er». 59c Rayon Underwear qa *<nruhrr am! wrtra sires in hace trimmed, appliqued and %J*jC tailored chemises, bloomers, combinations, step-ins vests and ^ | panties.—Street Floor. v ' vests and Crowd-Bringing News! Purchase of New Fur-Trimmed COATS Worth ’18.95 to’25.00 New shipment ready tomorrow to re plenish the inroads made by the tremen t dous selling of Thursday and Friday. This January sale in December offers stunning coats of rough cloths, spongy woolens, center weaves and other rich fabrics. Col lars and cuffs of black, red, grev and pointed Manchurian wolf (dog), Beaver cttc, \ lcuna, Marmjnk and fur fabrics. Sizes 14 to 20, 48 to 50. Second Floor. The Best Gift for Boys! Sheep-Lined $^.95 Coats mi Hie perfect Winter garment warm, durable—and with the touch of dash that appeals to all bovs. Made of sturdy leatherette with thick, sheep-fleece lining, corduroy facing and large fur fabric collar. Four large reinforced pockets, knitted wristlets. Sizes 4 to 18. BoysJr s4-95 | Gocd clothes at a thrifty price. Suits of handsome mixtures in smart, mannish styles. Coat, vest, | two pairs knickers or one Dair j knickers and one pair long £rou I sers. Sizes 8 to is $1° $7-85 Suits / Dressy new model* in fine wool ens with the tailoring that means permanent fit and long service. Coat, vest, two pairs knickers or one pair knickers and one pair long I] ___________ Street Floor. Tots’ $3.98 Sweater Sets j As sketched below. Dainty, 'warm, practical S biushed wool set, consisting of open-front sweater, * leggms, mittens and round cap with pompon. White with pink or blue block design, also in Pekin blue with orange and tan design. Sizes 22 and 24. GIRLS’ $1.50 PAJAMAS, of heavy quality rayon In nigh shade* and two-tone coloring* with con- * *■ nn tras* trimmings. Tie-back or ribbon sash. Very Sr 5 >vv wide legs. Sizes 4 to 14.. * Girls’ $2.98 Silk Dresses Pre-Christmas special! Silk crepe dresses in party styles, size* 7 to 14. Basque effects with ® «■ nn peplum, long-*alated styles with capelet | .%70 ^ CHILDREN’S ZIPPER SETS, consisting of suede fab rle slip-over blouse, leggins and aviator cap to ® O QO match. Rustproof talon fasteners. Tan, olive, W J oopen and red. Sizes 2 to 6. GIRLS’ $5.9* a $6.98 COATS—100 of these smart coats, reduced from our regular stock. Chinchilla coats with suede fabric lining, dress coats with fur col- ®rw no jar*, some with capes. Sizes 2 to 6 and 10 to 14, V but net all styles In all sizes.- All sale# Anar.... \ Street Floor.