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Motor vanity case of tinsel flowered tapeetrj, silk lining, attached mirror insido lid, also colored enamel and gilt lipstick holder and hairpin box : 2 colored enamel powder boxes in body. Size 8%.xt>x3^4 , inches $31.24 ! I Cross Medicine Case "First Aid Safety Kit." colored i morocco Icatlior. metal lining; con- 1 taialng remedies for sudden illness or Injury: cotton, bandage, pins, j plaster, eye cup and dropper, etc. Instructions InBide lid. Siao lOigx | o'aXoVi inches $14.50 Cross Toilet Case For wornm. Complete toilet, and , I manicure articles of brows col- ; ! ored celluloid. Black cobra hide case, silk lining, snap fastenings at sides, i Sire 9<2x8:*ix2>i Inches folded. | Specially priced $28.30 Cross Revolving Tray : Of solid mahogany. "T.szy Susan" de' sign, with glass covering; 15-inch diameter. Unfitted $15.00 Metal smoker's set, ss shown at j left, specially priced $4.50 ! Metal cigarette bo*, with cedarwood i lining, sir.e ~U*384x4H Inches. Spe- j daily priced $8.00 TAN GLOVES Real Capeskin English Handsewn Women $3.25 Men $3.75 The World'* Greatest Leather Stores NEW YORK 404 Fifth Ave. 253 Broadway (4 f I7f* Street I > ( Opp. City Hath BOSTON LONDON 145 Tremont St. 89 Regent St. Dealera Throughout the World I , i JEWS WILL FIGHT SUNDAY BLUE LAWS: 300 Congregations in Sabbath Alliance Send Notice to Legislators. JUDGE SEES RED TAINT i Mitchell May Warns That Restrictions Will Cause Wave j of Discontent. The Jewish .Sabbath Alliance of Amer- , ! lea has resolved to wage an energetic j campaign against the promoters of the ! Sunday blue laws, on the ground that the legislation they propose would be in direct contravention of the Constitu| tional guarantee of religious liberty. A set of resolutions condemning the , proposed laws has oeen auopicu n ? , i meeting of the alliance and it intends to make itself heard in protest by means of broadcast literature and mass meetings. William Rosenberg, sxecutlve sec- ] ! retary, said yesterday : "What these opponents of the seventh day call the American Sabbath is noth' ing more than a subterfuge. There is no American Sabbath, just as there is no European Sabbath. But there is a1 Christian and a Jewish Sabbath. "There is no reason which permits legislators to decide religious questions, and even at the present time the laws on the statute books of the State of New York are the greatest Injustice to a large portion of the citizenry of this country. The alliance will make every effort to amend them so as to allow the seventh ' day observing citizen equal rights with j the citizen observing any other day." 300 Congregations Ac*. i More than 300 Jewish congregations have pledged their support to the alliance. and letters will be sent to every , legislator in the country asking him to! assist in preventing the passage of the i blue laws. The Rev. Carlyle B. Ifaynes, pastor | of the Seventh Day Adventlst Temple. announced yesterday that his church will I withdraw nil support from the AntiSaloon Dengue if the league should dej cide to throw its strength to the Dord'e i Day Alliance, the organization which is | favoring the blue laws. Mr. Ilayncs | wrote as follows to William H. Ander- i I son, superintendent of the league : "I notice mat tne prcsioent or trie Anti-Saloon league has a prominent | position in the Dord's Day Alliance and i I understand that other officers of the league also are officers of the alliance. This certainly gives the appearance of a close connection between the two organizations, and we wish to know and feel entitled to know whether any of the money obtained for the pprpose of suppressing the liquor traffic is used for any other purpose. If any portion of the funds is diverted to the Lord's Day Alliance in an iniquitous attempt to set I aside the principles of American liberty | by starting a campaign for Sunday legislation. legislation which is un-American, un-Christian, unconstitutional and unj just, to say nothing of beinga revival of | the bigotry of the Dark Ages, we do not care to haave a part in such a campaign and will withhold our support from both organizations." Itolnhevlmt Taint .teen. Judge Mitchell May of the Kings County Court, addressing a Grand Jury ! | tlon for blue Sundays has the tal.it of | Bolshevism. "The intention of law," said Judge ] (May, "teas to establish peace and happiness and ooontentment and not to ro; strain citiiens unreasonably in their I freedom of action. "Long ago men recognised the advi?si bility of keeping church and State apart, so let us go slowly before enacting anti quated, discarded and unnecessary laws ! that may bring down upon our heads a j feeling of discontent and "unrest and may fan the flames of Bolshevism. We cannot by law make people religious. We cannot make them respect law by more law. But we can easily create a feeling ! of resentment, and Bolshevism Is merely a method of expressing dissatisfaction j with the existing order of things, and Its supporters are people who have suffered, or feel that they have suffered. , as a result of discrimination oppression j j and Injustice." LIBERAL SABBATH RULING IN MARYLAND Amusements Permitted if for No Financial Benefit. Bai.timorr, Bee. 4.?Opponents hero of the efforts of certain religions and reform organizations which are seeking a stricter observance of the laws respecting Sunday amusements were encouraged by these excerpts from a ruling on the subject to-day by State AttorneyGeneral Armstrong. 'The complexity of our modern life, says the Attorney-General, "lia.4 presented new living conditions, whose re. quirement* nave led tr? a more liberal I construction and application of these 'restrictive measures (the so-called blue | laws). , "If they were (riven a literal application it would be illegal for churches to f maintain paid choirs. The church incm! ber who Is driven to service by his paid I chauffeur would be a violator of the j law." The opinion was transmitted to Police Commissioner Galther of Haltlmore. who had asked for a suling as to whether 'public entertainments on Sunday at: which collections are taken up nre legal , j or Itlegal. Mr. Armstrong holds In atihstanre thnt Sunday entertainments and gatherings, promoted for the Intellectual, moral and cultural Improvement of the ! community, not for the financial benefit 1 of persons or corporations; and which j | do not interfere with religious worship, are not unlawful and may not be Interfered with. HOPES TO STRENGTHEN DRY LAW ENFORCEMENT Washington, Dec. 4. ? The International Reform Bureau, at Its twentysixth anniversary here, December 8 to 10, plans an effort to secure at the special session of Congress new legislation to "tnmrnvn nroh llilt Ion enforce. ment," to "protect f'hlna against the shipment of American morphia" and to j reduce gambling. according to a state- j ment given out by Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, j founder of the bureau Dr. Crafts believes that "public Indignation at the bribery of bull players by gamblers" gives his organisation ri "strategic opportunity to knock out" gambling, which the world war In creased, be said. , The Randall divorce amendment, a Federal motion picture tegulntlon bill and others relating to child labor, maternity and Immigration restriction will be supported hv tho bureau, which also will urge measures to eliminate wholesale liquor dealers. The special session of Congress Is "unusually favorable for pressing these measures," Dr. Crafts thinks, "because Republicans are likely to postpone many appropriation bills till after March t. when the> ma> have u r\fr majority." 1 1 ?? ? u ' _ \ " New Carpets Formerly 5.75 to 9.25 Yard Now 5.25 to 8.35 Yard Discontinued Carpets Formerly 7.00 to 9.00 Yard Now 4.75 to 5.25 Yard Entire Stock of Domeatic Ruji reduced in price according Formerly 12.00 to 225.00. Now 10.80 to 1 Oriental Rugs at Great Reductions Entire stock included in this remarkable sale.? THIRD FLOOR. ________________________??? . These Silks ?at the lowest prices in the city?make ideal and practical Holiday gifts. Genuine savings of 1-3 to 3-2 are to be had on each item and there are about 30 colors from which to make a choice selection. Georgette Crepe?40 in. Formerly 2.00. Now 1.45 Crepe de Chine?40 in. Formerly 3.00. Now 1.75 Colored Talfeta?35 in. Formerly 3.75. Now 1.95 Eitra Fine Talfeta?35 in. Formerly 4.50. Now 2.75 Black Chiffon Talfeta?35 in. Formerly 3.00. Now 1.85 Satin Brilliant?35 in. Formerly 3.75. Now 1.65 Dress Satin?35 in. Formerly 4.50. Now 2.35 Satin America?35 in. Formerly 5.50. Now 3.45 C /J. Bonnet & Cie Black Silks and Satins. Formerly 5.00 to 7.50. Now 4.00 to 6.00 SILK REMNANTS in lengths suitable for frocks and blouses?1 to 5 yard pieces. Formerly 1.50 to 8.00 Yard. Now 1.00 to 5.00 Yard ! J Motor Robes Arnold's high grade standard quality robes in plain or plaid effects. Value 28.00 13.50 Other Motor Robes very specially priced from 8.95 to 42.50 Men's Fine Overcoats A off nr buyir M') /Q Less color hand The Regular Ticketed Prices to insure absolute clearance, formerly 65.00 to 14000. Now 48.75 to 105.00 Boxed Collar and Cuff Sets Ail ready and waiting for the sprig of A U*ll?, ooamnanw if Pine Prftltfk RfllU^li )?T S Net daintily trimmed with lace, also "fiand dotted and plain net ?et?. 1.50 .0 3.00 R( a.? a Holi . tive Ribbon Special Cre,F and i'/j inch Pure Silk Satin Jacquard Ribbon tuni< suitable for bowi and fancy work. Refu- flcah larly W) Yard. Reduced to .58 Yd N. \ ? ') Women's Hosit Correct for Holiday Pre Plain weave pure thread silk Hosiery wi ?silk tops and soles in Black, White, African Havana, Turtle, Buck, Lead, Taupe, Beige, Flesh. Very Special, Openwork pure thread silk Hosiery in a patterns?finest quality suitable for eveni and soles in Black. Very Special. McCallum make women's pure thread good cotton tops and soles in Black, White a shades. Heretofore 2.95 Pr. to ?rc. 102.50 (War Tax additional on aboct Remarkable Values Women's and Misses' A most attractive showing of seasonable models that priced for this sale. All are lined with smart durab are plai 5 ^ 7 I !?"5 : -Jltjj ' 6 I'm 1<m ' W0"K"' Model 2?Of Suede Cloth?an authentic adaptation ( a very high priced wrap?back is finished with rows of smai silk stitchery?beautifully silk lined and warmly interlined the large Fur collar is of Opossum. !fy Th< sentation th a brilliant lustre JT t Brown, Cordovan, Biscuit, Silver and A complete repreae 3.65 famous Gloves in ? diversity of smart ' 2 Button length S ng wear?silk tops 16 Button length 4,95 Black and White. Silk Hosiery with 20 Button length V nd fashionable boot Now 2.45 French Kid Gloves 1 tmi'' White with self or co ? shades of browns and Cape Gloves?Pull leather that is soft an embroidery?overseai in Wraps t are very specially Spec ile silks?and there ? , ? n and fur trimmed 1X51113., n the assortment Thi? lovely gift let i Centerpiece?all aquare c 0 59.50 Only s limited quantity t Regular Value < 65.00 Napkin \ustrated M ,. . ^ .Madeira hand embrc two very I 13 Piece Luncheon Set . Centerpieces OlCe COCltS Tea and Luncheon Cloth Scarfs . , .. . Tray Covers (Oblong anc 1 I ?Of ailvertip . , . Hemstitched plsin s with luxurious Aus- Cloths, size 45 x 45 inche Opossum collar and Napkins, size 14 X 14 incl uitable for .mall Hmstitched Linen Pair. Now 6.45 to 7 Hand embroidered P * j 65.00 Furs o At Substantial Sealinc Coats?30 with rNutna collar. Formerly 235 Mantillas Now Black Pony Coi dark Raccoon collar shoulder garments _36 inches long. 1 - 230.00. Now French Seal Co; squirrel collar and ci r\ ? . inches long. Former J NowAustralian Opos attractive model ?3 ?????? long. Formerly 49: ????? Sealine Coats -42 of Hudson Seal. Squi [Old S to 840.00. .y i ] FUR NECKPIEC Jmbrellas peltsof Skunk, Mole 255.00. vlity of colored silks les?women's styles " .50 to 8.50 ? ? 00 Import) ~"~j A dainty gift sugg , , its attractiveness ei nren s giue it Robes >n Blanket Cloth in -several colors and Pre-Ho 95 Dl it Greate ____________________ 34 inch Broadcloth Black. Formerly 6.5 iren's Practical lengths o Rompers for Suit*. Dresses. Co embroidered collar GROUP I. F >lored Chambray * GROUP 2. F th hand smocked GROUP 3. f d cuff*. I and 2 Imported Corduro Qgr Brown, Green. Burgv v" Special at 3.95. Les i 9 Great Sale of tiff on Velvets < njfe range of color* in the assortment which was formerly D per yard. lose 9.25 to 1*1.25 Yard Ton Velvet* at same reductions stic Velveteens?32 and 35 inches wide. Formerly ) Close at 3.80 to 5.25 Yard ; Gift Supreme / $ rin's Gloves . ntation of the latest Paris creations of these ' uede in White, Black or Tan. Pair 7.50 White Glace or Suede in Beaver, Mode. Pair 9.50 /hite Glace Kid for evening wear. Pair 12.00 (?two cla?p overseam style in Black and ntrasting embroidery ?also the fashionable greys now in demand. Pair 4.00 1 on strap wrist model of a heavy quality d durable?in Paris Tans with self or black m sewn. Pair 4.00 ial Sale?25 Piece n Luncheon Sets (Hand Made) ncludes 12 Tumbler and 12 Plate Doylies, alio one lesigns neatly hand embroidered on soft ecru linen, it this special price. t7.50 Per Set. This Sale, 31.50 i s 14x14 inches, 16.50 Dozen j I er Linfinst for (lift* lidered Linens including ? 12.75 to 27.50 2.95 to 12.50 s 7.85 to 49.50 , 5.00 to 22.50 I Oval) .95 to 7.50 atin border Damask Luncheon Cloths and Napkins. ? 5.50 E?. hes 9.75 Doz. , Pillow Cases?extra fine. Regularly 8.30 to 10.00 .65 Pr. illow Slips. Regularly 12.75. Now 10.95 Pr. 1 f the Better Kind Reductions from Regular Prices inches? ats and Skirts at I -3 to 1 -2 former prices. "ormerly up to 4.00 Yd. Now 2.00 "ormerly up to 5.00 Yd. Now 3.00 "ormerly up to 7.30 Yd. Now 3.50 ys 27 inches wide best quality in Beaver, indy. Cadet, Navy, Grey. White and Black, s an extra 15r'c. 1 ! i '