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TEE TT WcRrxrTna STTTXnTOX TIMES 3IOXIUY DECEMBER 6 1909
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v3y this Urn tone the galterfec too had
bau fcujlht cht the Infectious spirit t of the eoca eocaefen 9OC 9OCaaid
efen acid there w was W1i a mighty Illl t7 tarn of ofcettvoTMUlon oronv ofeonvereatee
cettvoTMUlon onv loa up above Much of the
Snter uttered int r t displayed there concerned the theexpected theoxpect4Nl theexpected
expected arrival of Uncle Joe a de deFfre der1re det1re
Ffre tu see Minority Leader Ctau ChaMp
Clark and nd curiosity anent tae muck
talkedoC insurgents Every gallery
row bad its It oldtimer who was an In
dl d d1epcn pen eJ eble > le e in pointing out the ceiebri ceiebriAcoordlnr
tl tles
Acoordlnr to the th custom of many
yours ors > Spak Speaker er < Cannon entered the
House 40u chamber at one minute to 12 I
nc ckvck A telltale hush followed the in Ina ¬
formation fonnat that the venerable Speaker
tva WeII w on him way anI an n l a hundred or more
cra f ra glaeses gh es were ere trained trai t upon the t u
iXfetrum 1O tnam above which ticked the old
HMhrblb House Bou clock
The moment waa sa the signal too for
the jeparHtiOH epar omen tfoll tlo of o f member who had been
gro Kroupod o promiscuously in the aisles aJ le
The h DomocraU Dom omocrata crata threaded threaded their way to
the seat on the right of the Speaker SpeakerIJtand
Mend UM Republicans to the left leftCheer JeetCheer leftCheer
Cheer Cannon CannonOf
Of course there was a mighty out outburst outunlt outburat ¬
burst unlt of applause from both side sides skl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the House Hou se a the Speaker ascended thecarpeted the thecarpeted thecarpeted
carpeted steps leisurely picked up his thisgavel htaxavel hisJtaol
gavel and stood smilingly facing racln the theckeerlne tbeclteerlnlt thecheering
cheering ones both on floor OOI below and andpallcrlfrs andlIerJes andQallerles
pallcrlfrs lIerJes above He bowed once or ortwice ortwfco ortwice
twice then the familiar solemnvisaged solemnvisagodgrizzled solemnvisagedJr1zztcd solemnvisagedgrizzled
grizzled Speaker was himself again againThe ablnThe againThe
The House Hou will be In order ho hoPboutcd heboutOO honhoytod
nhoytod Pboutcd in loud tones hitting the desk deskin de deskfn k kSn
in front tront of him a couple of resounding rosoundiagwhacks roaoUndlngwhac1ts resoundingwhacks
whacks The cheerio cheering laughter and andconversation andoonersatlon andoonversatlon
conversation died away as 8 the Rov RevHenry RovHenl Rov3enry
Henry Henl N Goudon the blind House chap chap1abl chaplain ¬
lain offered the first prayer of the he ses session sesIon seselon ¬
sion Ion
sionThe
The dork clorkm will call the roll to ascery ascerytaiti aster
taut ttlHthe the presence Q Of a quorum said the
S Spanker ker and not n t a few smiled as this thismlo1lty
formality was b btrun cun for the opening openingAttendance openingattPndauce
Attendance war one of the largest in the thehfctory thehistory
history 1 Stor of the 1 House Fyr F 9r forty mln mlnr
r TL
TIMES TO PLAY PLA Y SANTA FOR 1 R POOR CHILDREN CHILDRENThe
The ThtTil1 Times will this Christmas play Santa Claus to the poor children of the city opening a store storeroom storeroom storeroom ¬
room in the Munsey building where will be received all the gifts contributed for the happiness of those thosechildren th05echil thosechildren
children chil ren who would otherwise spend a joyless Christmas ChristmasToys ChrimasToys ChristmasToys
Toys books and pictures old or new candy mittens cap cape c anything large or small that could couldmake couldmake couldmake
make glad lad the heart of a child childwill will be gratefully received receivedThese receivedThese receivedThese
These gifts will be distributed not only in the poor homes of the thecity city but in the hospitals where wherechildhood wherechildhood wherechildhood
childhood has learned too soon the meaning of pain and in the orphan asylums throughout the city
There will be published in The Times from now until Christmas a daily interview with Santa
Claus by the St Nicholas Girl who will learn Iearvm lean f om nl that t merry old soul the wishes and needs of hun ¬
dreds of the citys children childrenThis childrenThis childrenThis
This sane St Nicholas Girl will be glad Iad to receive any gifts which you y may send or bring to The TheTimes TheTimes
Times office Munsey buildingHave building buildingHave buidingHave
Have you any outgrown dolls i olls sleds choo choo trains or picture pictureboo tore books Then bring them along
Have you till u packed away the outgrown ou rown suits and r caps and mittens Then open openfl1eold the old trunk and tie up a
bundle for the St Nicholas Girl GirlHas GirlHas GirlHas
Has the world been be n very very good ootl to you Then be good ocd to the world arId to those in it that need needyou n needr d du
you r u most and give giveY your our Christmas offering through th the rh 1 The Times
utes however the monotonous drone droneof droneof droneof
of the strongvoiced clerk as he read
the names nam of nearly MM Representatives Repre ntaUvell
Delegates and commissioners comm1e loner occupied
the attention of House and spectator spectatorStart spoctatOIiStart spectatorsStart
Start Business BusinessAscertaining Business1Jcertatnlns BusinessAscertaining
Ascertaining the presence of a 8 quo quorum quorum quorum ¬
rum and a substantial overplus as to tothat tothat tothat
that Speaker Cannon then announced announcedthat announoedthat announoodthat
that the HOUBO I was ready to proceed proceedvitn proceedItlln proceedvltn
vitn the business before it Repre Iteprestmtatlve Representative nopresmtaUve ¬
sentative Dalzell took the initiative initiativeby
by moving the appointment of a com committee cornmlttee comlnlttee ¬
mittee to serve with a similar com committee committee committee ¬
mittee appointed by the Senate to ad advise adIso advise ¬
vise Iso President Taft that the House Housewas Hovaewas Housewas
was ready read to receive any official com communication communication communication ¬
munication he had for it In accordance accord accordance accoldnee ¬
ance nee with this formal notice the Presi
dent t will transmit tran mlt hip hi h annual message messageto
to Congress Con re s and this important docu document document document ¬
ment will occupy the attention of both bothbodies bothboclle bothbodies
bodies practically for the entire session sessiontomorrow sessiontomorrow seeslontomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowBefore tomorrowBotoro tomorrowBefore
Before adjournment was taken the thoSpeaker theSpeaker theSpeaker
Speaker received the credentials of w XVW wW Ww
W McCredia of Washington who suc succeeds succeeds suecoeds ¬
ceeds the late Representative Frank FrankCushman FrnnkCU5hman FrankCushman
Cushman the House Hou wit and W J JMoxley JMoxley JMoxley
Moxley of Illinois who becomes a aineinlior amemJlC amenibor
ineinlior 1 of the lower lower body in lieu of ofWilliam otVIIJlarn ofWilliam
William 4Lorinier Lorimer whc wh < has gone ovc ovcto OVCto ovcto
to the Senate S Senate nate sidp sidpThe sldflThe sidPThe
The House was 18 then informed InfolI1 of the therecent therecent therecent
recent death of Representative Francis FrancisR FrancLIlA
R Lasfilter lA lter of Virginia Vlr Jnl and Represen Representative Representative ¬
tative David AJDe Armond of Missouri MissouriThe Missourirlte I j
The announcement of the latter sad
event was received with particular
sor sorrow sorrow sorrow ¬
row because becauseor of Its tragic nature Mr MrDe MrDe MrDc
De Armond one of tho minority leade lead leadera leader
e era er = n and a House veteran having been beenburned beenb1rned bee beeburned n
burned to death In his home loss than thantwo thantWI thantiro
two tWI vrc c ks 1 azo azoResolutions aRoResolutlons 10Rerolutlone
Resolutions providing for an indo indopeodenl Indopoen inchpuu
peodenl poen Ienl enl investigation of the Sugar Sugartrust Sugartrust Sugartrust
trust fathered by Senator Borah andRepresentative and andRepresentative andRepresentative
Representative Campbell wore ore perhaps perhapsthe perhapsthe rhapB rhapBthe
the most important of the perfect deluge delugeof
of bills that descended upon bothhouses both bothhouses bothhOU8s
houses during the short ses sesslpn se ilpn lpn today
Private pension bills In great numbers numbetuclaim numbersclaim numbfrsclaim
claim blue bill tariff measures resolutions resolu resoluent resolutions
tions bearing upon the Impending Insur Insurgent
gent ent fight and a scattering of building
bills some new and many man of them re
Introduced wore among those that thatswamped thatswamped thatswamped
swamped the recording clerks
FUNERAL ARRANGED ARRANGEDFOR
FOR DR GOODSELL GOODSELLNEW
NEW YORK ORK Dec 6 6Thc The funeral of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Rev Dr Daniel A Goodsell reel resident 1081dent reeldent ¬
dent DlHhoi > of the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Episcopalhurlh EpiscopalChurch
Church hurlh who died here yesterday after afteran afteran afteran
an illness or several weeks we < ks will takeplace take takeI takeplact
I place tomorrow afternoon from the theMadison tbeMad theMadison
Madison Mad n Avenue Methodist t Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epl8copalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church ChurchBk ChurchDkiROP ChurchBlehop
Bk DkiROP > hop GoodseHa death followed an anoperation nnoperation anoperation
operation to remove a carbuncle carbuncleDied carbuncleDled carbuncleDied
Died DiedOYT DledHO
HO HOTOn OYT TOn On December 6 INS U at 756 7 O od odat oclock oclockat eekeek
at the residence rCfoden e of her daughter Mrs MrsJohn MrtJohn MrsJohn
John V Barrosa 22SS Seventeenth street streetnorthwest streetnorUtwest streetnorthwest
northwest with whom sto she had long mad madher madeher
her home Mrs Irs HARRIET BOURNE BOURNKIIOYT BOUR BOURNEHOYT E EHOYT
HOYT She waa as born in Woodstock Conn Connand Connanti Consand
and bad readied tn the venerable tterable age of ofeightysix ofeightysix
eightysix rrs n most of which had been beenspent beenetteRt beenpeat I
spent In Rhode Island where In the city of ofPavldenc 0 ofParidence
Pavldenc P tn1dence her husbead was In business businessman burlinessman n nRMlftJ
I
man RMlftJ years eat1I After Att r his death ah she made her herhome berhome herhome
home with b her r daughter who at that time timealso timealso
also lived in Providence Mrs Hoyt cam camto Cll cameto M Mto I
to Washington Wa llngton thirteen thirt en years 7e T 8 ago and has hasmade hasmade
made her home with h her r daughter Thedecllnln The Thedeclining TheJlnlnr
declining decllnln Jlnlnr years of her life have been of ofperfect orperfect ofperfect
perfect peace and happiness During her herlong MeJonlr herlong
long life Mrs IN Hoyt had been the center of ofmany orlI1any ofmany
many family reunions her sisters and andbrothers andbroUtwa andbrothers
brothers living to advanced age Besides Besidesher Besidesher Nldeshet
her daughter she is survived by four grand grandchildren grandchildren rand randchildren ¬
children and ant four greatgrandchildren greatgrandchildrenThe
The funeral will be held from 32AS Seventeenth Sev Seventeenth Sevnteenth ¬
enteenth street northwest Tuesday Decemher Decem December December ¬
ber 7 and be conducted by Rev Charles CharlesWood CharlesWood CharleeWood
Wood pastor of Chureb of th the Covenant Covenantof
of which she was a member The Inter Interment 1nterment totermeet ¬
ment will be at Mllbury Magi where her herhusband horhusband herhusband
husband the late Joseph Sanborn Hoyt is isalso Isaillo
also buried ItTRUMBULtOa It ItTRUMBUIiIOn ItTRUMBULIrOn
TRUMBUIiIOn December 6 1809 ANNIE ANNIEK ANN ANNIs IE
K 11 Boldest daughter of the late Thomas C CTrumbull CTrumbull CTrumbull
Trumbull TrumbullFuneraJ TrumbullFuneral TrumbullFuneral
Funeral services from St Johns Church ChurchSixteenth ChurchSixteenth ChurchSixteenth
Sixteenth and H streets northwest Tuesday
December 7 BOO at 2 oclock o clock p m Friends Friendsinvited Friendsinvited FriendsInvited
invited to attend Interment private at atGlenwood atGlenwood a aGlenwood t
Glenwood Cemetery It ItROCKAR ItROCKARon ItROCKAR0a
ROCKAR ROCKARon On Sunday Sunda December 5 1869 1009p at
7 p m at Providence Hospital F A AROCKAR AC AROCKAR
ROCKAR ROCKARMr C R
Mr Rookar was born In Hanover Garmany Ger Germany Germanr ¬
many sixtytwo years ago and camo to toAmerica toAnMrica t tAmerica I
America while w le still a child He came to toWashington toVhngtm t tWashington 0
Washington at the age of sixteen and in intereated interested
tereated lilmself 1Ilm elt In the NtobaocJ tobacc tobaecs industry
Ills death occurred at Providence Htnpltalafter HCJIta1ft Hfjpltal Hfjpltalafter J
after ft r several months illness His wife wifehlB Js Jshis hhis
his only on1 survivor
Died DiedJ DiedJATCHVORDQn DiedLATCftiroljn
J JATCHVORDQn ATCHFORr > an Monday XODda December Diec t iat i 1 1at tMt
at 12l 116 a in at bar nUimrt UzJ Sixstreet Slat SlatstrMt SbtJIt SbtJItetNet
street N W MlftAXDA MI1tAn > wM e ef th the e late
George G LalcMoH L tcllt el f Maijrtuiia I
rwmal from Church of the ImMMsakUe
Conception Co cIKIcNI Tuesday merntop at I 9 a m
Interment private It uKJ6BV ItKJlIL itHRlCNAt
KJ6BV HRlCNAt At hl his rMMeac we c 9M S Mret et north
west At S a L m Monday 0IId3r December S
1MB 15 GBOROE T KEEN KEENtlce
NotIce tlce of funeral krafter Iter
Baltimore papers plane pia copy It ItDIXONOM ItDLONOII ItDLlONOrr
DIXONOM SMMfejr December I > c Bt r I uti tt at 11
a m at t the BrtMwwtek rrlek ALICB wMow
of David G l Dtaoa n
Mr Mrs Irs Dixon Ota was wU born ia I WaafctegteM W In Ine
let 1M She e w was the wMew or UM late e David De
B Dixon Mrs Dixon was aa Invalid for
mere than Uta eight elghtMnl years She Is awvl ettrVlecI 4 by byIn
ORe elster Iter
In Memoriam MemoriantUICHMONDj MemoriamRICHMONDI MemoriamRICHMONDIS
UICHMONDj lovtag I YbIIr nmaor twaery of < our sear 4eu
mother Mrs In CI cAIt IAJtE RE > r BICrTMOKD who
died one 0 year ax ago today to DaeMsibe D i IMS
If I Percy Hilda II
aa turd CU Chide JIIfe
WOLTTln loving kn1D reumnfrmm rgnstttyyatuee ot r ow
daughter and slater er SABIB U IlI 1 L l W wdr JLTr LTY ry
who died one year age ageNow ageNow
Now that you are dead dear 4a loved ovecl ODe
And mid sweet Sewers law hi i
Out In the peaceful cemetery
Out in the quiet shade shadeOwn d dOur
Our feet have oftttmes oftt ofttTowa wandered
Toward Towa that sacred ed grave graveWhere JrI graveWhere e eWhert
Where sleeps SIH the om we love so n well 11
The one we could not save acreIt saveit 0 0U
it Btuatly VlemuyKRALSIn JuaUJKR BtuatlyKRAUS
KRAUS KR KRALSIn UIn In memory JneIIIOr of oer dcretod father
HKNRT HJL RY KRALS who dfed OM year ago a o
today December De < ce lber 6 So JM JMThen li16 li16Then
Then tot us HI leave him to his rest re
And home return far be is Meat
And we r6wst iBwst well our s 8S sse ls s prepare
Whoa loath diJ b shell some e to meet et t him
thereIt there thereIt
It By His Children Childrenundertakers ChildrenUndertakers
undertakers undertakersJ
J WILLIAM LEE LEENDmtTi11 LEEvZIDrE
vZIDrE NDmtTi11 TLE B AIqD LI LrvERY LrvERYt2 PERT
322 3 1a ave X WTelethoee W WTelephone WTel
Telephone Tel f e Main 1385 Washington r8Bhln on D C CFuneral CFuneral CFuneral
Funeral Designs DesignsFUNERAL DesignsFUNERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSof
of r every description d ecrJptlnlftOfIerate1y moderately pricedGUDE priced pricedGUDE prfeedGUDE
GUDE
Special Notices NoticesA
A DECREE D OF DXVORCK WAS wAQgranted WASited W Wp
granted p led Nov 27 19CO by the rirui riruiourt rlruiCourt Cir u1 u1Court
Court ourt of Prince George G e County Cou Mary Mar Marland
land to May Turnervs Turner va WflMam Turn Turnde3t Turndri3t Turnde
de3t de3tTHE dri3tTHE de t tTHE
THE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP PART RSHIP here heretofore htilEtoforo heretofore
tofore existing between George Ti T f
Maurer and Adallne Boyce Boc under firm firmname firmname firmname
name of Maurer and Company has h btfl btflcIIqolved bet betdissolved i idissolved
dissolved All credits and liabilities hav havbeen ha habeen haQ haQbeen
been assumed by the Maurer Outfit torn tornpat1y < om ompany ompany
pany Incorporated Noe No Ol and 8J 8JD
Seventh street JtOrtnwe northwest t nollclC13 nollclC13D noe413D +
D W GALU aa a F STREET N W Whas VI VIhas Whas
has been appointed sale Ie agent seat for t tsale tr trsale thsaJ >
sale saJ of Ocean View Virginia Vtrgt building build In
lots l t Call and see him de6it de6itSHERMANS de deb3tSHERMANS Jt JtSHERMANS
SHERMANS
930 Pa Ave N W WTke WTJt WThe
The TJt Now No Store for Christmas Gif GifrSpecial GifSpecial GinaS
Special S ecia Prices Pricesea
ea ssasaimd DO watches and Jewelry welry curbs It snoesKi 1 1BeveMtes ieItPd
BeveMtes e Good e engraved gm d fr free Sooth BouthI s i tJd iJsfetHl
JsfetHl I Iacl nd and JpaMM goads and Indian le leath leathaM leathand th thand
and aa assortment of Imported DOYeltli novettiretijeeIs aoveltiec aoveltiec1M6MI DOYeltl
1M6MI 1Mt post H cards to select from CarUtraa CarUtraacards Cartatlnaeards
cards and high art cards from Ic each to O t tLargest > f
= sZ
Largest gll store of tU kind south of X Yew w York YorkCALU YorkCALL r
CALL KARLY OR LATE deSV deSVI d de3MTO 3P 3PTO +
I TO WHOM IT > T MAT JlfA Y CONCERN CONCERNwill CONCERwlU
will not be responsible for any del delcontracted deltontracled delcontracted
contracted by Mr firs Newton N NSigned IA IASIped 1 1Signed >
Signed NKWTON N LEVY LEVYWashington LEVYVlasbl LEVYWashington
Vlasbl Washington Jton D C December 4 IMS IMSdei3t 1J09de iii iiide
dei3t dei3tWINDOW de t3t t3tWINDOW 4atWINDOW
WINDOW SHADES SHADESTO LDES LDESTO
TO ORDERLowest ORDER ORDERtowert ORDERLowen
Lowest prices Will call with sanpiea Amp
Phone M ZlSSTT ZlSSTTrRAKK 2tSSwJRAN1C 2466wTRANK
rRAKK B KKYEa Kb s 1905 Pa Ave AveWEDDING N Tf TfseiU
seiU seiUWEDDING 8dUWED e
WEDDING WED ING RECEPTIONS RECEPTIONSFINE
FINE CATERING CATERINGBANQUET CATERINGBANQUfl CATERINGBANQUET
BANQUET PARLORS PARLORSS15
815 10th St N W WaolOwsamii Wn9
n9 aolOwsamii > avrbam1 mti i
1k C + i Prkr Parker B Bridget idg t C Co DiS Discontinuance scontinuanceAre oiiti i i n s Sale i I Of of I Ai All zi Woi Womens x r i F s w Wear WearEt4 4l 4lParker rr t1 11
II Reserve Stock and Goods Ordered Prior to Our Decision Decisionto I
II 4 to Discontinue These Departments Just Received I
Uji 4 tt tT Are Placed on Sale at Prices ApproximatinI Approximating I i = fi
I r r4i T r ONEHALF AND I LESS LESSJ J II t
4i These ar are fresh neyr new ne w goods not included in in last weeks sale Manufacturers declined to accept cancellation cancelI ation of ord orders i placed pl ced prior to our n T4 z
it decisic 3 > t dto y to dis discontinue j ontin allW all iit txr > 1x7 r L j 1 t i i
e WomensWeainD Wea
omen
partmentswhi < h decisior was arrived at less than two wee ks ago and these shipments have < i
M 4 + just jirstcome Qme to t hand representing repFesentingthou thousands nds of dol dollars dollars rs worth of the newest creations in in fashionable apparel bought fotour for our regular socialseason trade t
J 11 L Eveningand ening an Dinner driller Dresses Dressest
i + = ZI t 3500 35 3aO X Messaline Evening and Dinner Dresses light shades These Theses Thengoods
f ± goods s were ordered before we decided to discontinue womens depart departments departments
f + ments men s and will go on sale tomorrow 3500 values at 1950 1950i
4 tili i 5000 5 < 00 and 6500 Net and Chiffon Evening Dresses also messa
+ T + 1fae 11 absolutely n1 olutel new and fresh Tomorrow at atr
r t 2950 and 3500 3500fft 3500ti
fft ti 3500 Cloth Dresses in dark colors only princess princessstyles
I j htles Tomorrow r
tt a styles oin1 oin1r 1950 195OJf
r
31 Jf Opera Capes Capesiooo
jj it 2500 and 2750 Opera O n Capes Ca eS in light 1i ht and dark dirkshades darko darkar
o + shades sia ld ldea e ar Tomorrow To orrow 1000
1 3750 a Jind xI 4000 Opera Capes in light fbt shades shadesonly sblooOIIly sbitdeonly
iI = > only Tomorrow 1 1orrlorl w 1950 1950C
C iIt j
± 1 Jackets
jf + µ i i5C to 2500 Black Cloth and Tan Covert Cloth Clothi
ii F i E Jackets r 26inch to 36inch length On s sate Ie tomorrow at 500 500I 5 00
l li i t I ManTailored Man Tailored Suits Suitstj nits
tj J 3500 and S400O Mantailored Suits in onecolor onecolorcloths onecolorto
to 2 cloths and mixtures all colors 1950
Jf y1fo y1foy + y SSaoo OO to 56500 Suits reduced to 3500 3500JT 3500J 500j
1 4 + JT j a 1 Vi Vit J
tt t HandMade H c and M ade and HandEmbroidered HandEmbroideredFrench HE and mbroldered
i French rent Underwear UnderwearI3n
4 3 l5o to 5175 175 l 5 French Chemise reduced to 119 1194r 119
4r I + S200 5 00 French Chemise and Corset CaYers reduced reducediff r reducedIf
iff t to If o > 1 13 1325o 139 139vf 1 3 9
vf t 2J50 < French Drawers O Chemise mise and Gowns Go > rs re ref3I
f3I ducal dUC to
i 175 175oo
1 100 oo and S325 35 325 French F d Drawers Chemise Corset d
t 1 Covers and Gowns reduced to 195 1 95
If = 395 Handsome French Chemise gown and drawers drawersJT
JT 14 hand b3rden1broidtred mnrokiered at 325 325Ir
Ir 1 = 3 = 400 JOO and 1450 450 French Handmade and Handem Handemrf Handemit Handemr
rf it r ° broidei5ed Chemise Cheml Gowns and Drawers at 325
i JLY t
b tb i Domestic Underwear Underwearp
3 ji p t ° jr = i 100 iOO oo and 5125 125 Combinations Drawers Gowns Skirts Skirtsand
T tr r X + and Corset Covers avers at 79c 79Cr s sTT
TT r 150 and 175 Combinations Drawers D raft IS Gowns GQJ S ST
f T + Skirts and Chemise at L 119 119tOO
1 I tOO 0O and S225 Corset Covers Gowns ChemisePrincess Chemise Chemisewl
wl 3 Princess p Slips Skirts and Drawers Dnlwe at 139 139fC J39T 1392SO
fC T 250 and a 21K d275 275 Gowns Skirts Chemise Drawers DrawersPnce
I ff r Princess p Pnce SIps and nd Combinations a 175
FURS FURSSOOOlver
5000 SOOOlver Silver Fox Set Setscarf large double muff and double doublescarf doob doobSClrf
scarf Monday Mand ky 5500A 5500 5 5 00
1 A 7500 75 r oo Extra E tJ1l Fine Black Fox SetsT Sets double pillow pillowmuff pillowmuK pillowx
x > muff and double scarf Monday 4800
r
9000 White 1ite Fox Set double muff and double col collar colkar collar ¬
lar Monday 5500 5500S95CQ 550095Q 5500595co
S95CQ Fulllength Black Caracul Coat Mon Monday Monday Moni ¬
day 6000
i 5i85oo 18500 Fulllength FullIen h Russian Sabi Snble Squirrel CoSff Co Coat withbrocade with withbrocade withbrocade
brocade lining Monday eo 119
13500 Fulllength French Seal Coats brocaded lin lining finin linat ¬
ing in at 8750 875 0
2500 Gray Squirrel Muff 1000
5000 Genuine Ermine Collar 2950
6500 Genuine Ermine Collar 4000 4000S6000 400060oo
6000 Genuine G nuine Ermine Scarf 3800 3800So00
So00 2000 Genuine Ermine Neckpiece 1000 10005booo
56000 Broadtail Scarf trimmed with ermine ermine3500 3500
38500 26inch Genuine Alaska Seal Coat at at2500 125OO
28500 26inch Genuine Alaska Seal Coal at at10000 10000
5004 5000 Fancy Mink Set 2500 25OOI
I 52500 Mink Tie at 1000 10005oo
7500 Natural Beaver Set at 5000
7500 OU Mink Scarf at 4000 4000500O
5000 Mixed Serge Fulllength Funlen h Coat Persian lamb lambcollar Iambcolftr lambcollar
collar 3000 30 00
3500 Wolverine Scarf 2250 2
5500 Black Fox Muff 3500 3500Womens 3500Womens 3500Womens
Womens up P B e and an Dorothy Dodd o Shoes ShoesStLoo
StLoo 400 Shoes and Oxfords Dorothy Dodd 295
350 Shoes and Oxfords Dordthy DodJ 260 260J300
J300 300 and 5350 350 Shoes and Oxfords broken sizes 150 150Gloves 150Gloves
Gloves
175 1 7S 5 and 2op 200 00 t6buttonlength Silk Gloves v m in white whitetan whitetan whitefan
tan and black at lair 75c 7 5 C
350 16buUon Glace Kid Gloves in tan and brown brownair brownat
at pair air t Ji i 1 175 7 6
150 and 200 Kid Gloves at pair 119 1195ioo
5ioo 100 and 5125 125 Kid Gloves at pair pair 85c 85 c
NO GOODS SENT ON APPROVAL APPRO V AL
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