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( tha* tho lllne** of ■ v Kltm ruff*" |n due to iwlaon ml aa*" .. I'ortuam' .o repub pi!„ered "y """ iiom roH»i r« " 5 people * i ""» "uU'""« iCHlott 44^-' tfUW TOlPttS rOR MIN Om ae~<«»* It rs* *« ,,w «* K,,,r n .. n . Charge Account at the ™*. n H.ir Store —You Can •: «n EX) Tsrma. TL everything u Hair of * nr Sp * cl *' * mor Design. m or mall us your Cut and Combings. 7amora C. Cauffman Hair Store 1401 First Av. pa L a. CLARK. D 0. 8. 1> do dental work on which you absolutely. It Is first dan In rvery way. and full* war tvery piece of work et •"bits matiuium of bemty and anMBt 1 the dentists who are RECOGNIZED fyf tk* palns:aklor manner In stick tkcT perform all ot>eratlona in tl* ones you should select «ka ia seed of dental service ▼at »* *r» *ach Is shown by the M tkat «* are patroniied by o>n Mnatits. thlaklnit |>eople. who «*l«h and consider mat tm More decldtnK Our prices (.t i*rr lew We will make you uatra heavy 110 o»i|d Crown for H or os« of our famoua Never PWtea tor | j Wa guarantee a3 ygft WE GIVE GAS Ratal Dental Officea Br. L a. Clara. 0. 0 S . M*nag*r ta TkirS Av. N W Cor Union NOTE—Brmfl Thla Ad With You The Wonder Millinery Co. 1525 Second Ave. 216 Pike St —etoptaylm «i«lr TALI. HATS In all tha litNt modal* Vk Wn m tannnM ttcxft of m»<Jhrm ac 4 btgfa mid* VimiT. W# ihail b* plMwd to bar* yon oalL 165 Second Aw.—TWO STORES-216 Pike St WOMEN M who re more interested in really I wart fashion and who are expect ■f to boy their Fall garments at 1 lower prices than elsewhere should yJH ft PACIFIC MflJ 1 Hhdw if New Ptna Tiiiortd \ll i Suits and Coats .4 f| in lav-- styles and materials 'jr\B if JT u I for i.'. 01' 4 « '•'A*J I New Silk Dresses % I and Waists yfY jfjft Assortment of Hand- ' lSl'l (M W 1 FROM \i\ A wk mm 9 AMIVING CENTERS WjO # &RECT OF THE MEN AND YOUNG MEN vp aaaortment K HATS They are rlsrht In atyle, °" r ''"" y A " ■ wk aak la a trlfla down and I ffC£3t CORNER THIRD AND UNIVERSITY STORE OI'KX SATURDAY EVENINGS. WOMAN GOES TO JAIl: ANNOUNCES SHE Will STAY With the thnt Judge Humphries In either "nult> ' or a tool of A. J. I Hot lion, Mm Cather ine IV Stlrtati. the Jail reformer, tills morning voluntarily delivered herself to the custody of the sher- Iff ntul announced tlint she would remain In J«tl until Judge Hum phries la driven from the bench, or, «a aim said, "The legislature, aroused by public sentiment. i*i»- |H)luta a commlaalon to examine hla cranium. "t am wllllnß to bp a martyr for th*> great principle Involved In tbla flKht. No, I will not up up f:,.u ball, or 28 cents ball, either" She'* Only Woman In Jail Mra. Stlrtan at noon today wa* the only woman among t!i» •# or dered arrested for contempt by Judge Humphries, who »a* held In Jail. Mr* K A. Spencer. who remain rd In Jail over night, furnished boud thla morn I ni? Mra. William l.ulloft remained In Jail a abort time and furnished the required »;J0 bond. i<.!«•» Mrs Stlrtan. three others remained In Jail thla morning, namely: H F* Ketterhoff, c. liar rled and J \V. Stlrtan. William I.uloff and K C Six-ncer furnished ball today, after spending the nlKht In Jail Many Furnlah Ball Other* who furnished ball are Mr* Klla Price. Thomas W Kua sell, Ilulet M Well* l>. Tronadall, M Sebo. Mr*. K Moor*. William llarrla, Mr* Sophie I'ugaley. Tboa June*. 11 I>ro|aotn. Kdmiind Hey rttt, K N Melberg, K*tall-> Krled. 1 Mary Jarvla, Jesale Humphrey, C i W Skinner ami A H. Kohlnaon In all 31 arrest* have been made I thua far The sheriff* office si peels the heaviest business this afternoon. having received numer I oil* telephone calls that the partlea sought are coming up with bond* men. LOCAL MERCHANT AMONG LUCKY ONES Chaa. 8. Todd, manager of Oately's. was one of the lucky onea In the recent drawing for F\>rt Peck land*. Mr Todd drew No. 31<5. ICE ICE Telephone Elliott 5540 For Ice rates. We guarantee full weight and prompt de livery. ICE DELIVERY CO. All the wnv from I'hli'tiio come* the follow Inn letter. The cry for an < <ii tal bs*l* of morality Is encircling the world tllrl* ntid women lire be ginning to think The thoiiKht pro ceas |* a wonderful mean* of de velopment (iml at the back of every real reform Thl* particular reform. In my opinion, will be Individual. No law can compel morality, not even the IHvlna law. Kach man and woman muat aolve the prohl«m for himself or herself. Kaoh can help the other by being a law unto himself, and parent* can help their children by example, hacked by teal dealre and effort to ba truly worthy llere I* the letter from the rhlcago girl: M l>« WW rmll; hml g<«»d. ul<l faililunrtl glrla? Ilirre arc 101 lof glrla wlm linen hntr In r«n»k « |<mi| rap of roffw, ami tttnkr plea thai I llinae of mother. Xi iiiu* tl Jokrtl nliulil ; arw Ihrlr own i)rr»«*a darn ao«ka and 4u wort uf e»er> klml Hut I ta'»* r nnilred Ihr )uang mra roma an.l mine to IhrJr lioiiim I•» meal* ••ml lluira. hut fi>rgrl In riff •htm am r«iurli>«t or itpprta Int lon ••Urh |lrl* hrtrr hint (thai thef wnnl, ami nnrr get It I lary <(•» ml ran» for raliardt, drinking unil lain hour*. >• ml fhr h«i|« will *ai, "alia U it finr girl, hut I«h» »I<in Th# men like glrla wlm ar# gintd falluwa, am! will take a drink unr# la a while, hut ahen II r»iiii* to marrying, want a girl *a So doraa'i drtnk. and h •• al way a ttiwu g«w*d I h«* «tlirr glrla hat# had th«> giMitl I Intra Ihrar amiiM* mrn ha*a glint lh#-»n lla%«* lh»*jr r%rr lh"<ight lliat ihrre are glrla wh« want «« Jttftl aa gtmd mm they want Ilia glrla lu he< * hlmllf Irl ma know whal »o«i think \nt I wrung? Am I liw |«arlli'ular f I raad »our an awrra al wa> ft. MS 111 ha un lha l«**>k out I \ H A. — The bride I* suppoied to aend out the Invltatlona. but ahe may not know thl*. wo I would give her the benefit of the doubt and attend. There are so many foollah rules of etiquette. Take thla one for an ei ample, la tbsre any earthly reaaon why the (room should not aend or rive the Invltatlona If he chooaea* Of cour*e it I* at the bride * home, but at present he la nearer hsr than even her borne. Q I raaid y »»ar Irtirra night, and Ihoughl I would NNM la f i»u %lf i>artal« hat# raal nta «»ff ,%ho«l •la mu«lh« ago | met a man a h»»rn I thought I I- a.i I u.lil lotal ma. hail "hen hi* laaa w»a laalatfl. ha rd fa la* Hlaa lIW7, lam la a liwlhar ah«H|ld I luafVf mm |ttt Ihr . lilld a aaa*. •hall I N him go * iimokt:> iir.AHrrji A. —Bjr all mean* pay the debt you owe your child a* far as you can. Hy law he can be compelled to *0 throiiKb the ceremony, protect the child with hla name and sup port It that Is, If you are under af . If you will ko to the Rorence Ciittenton Home you will be nlven the best of care and Rood Solid ad vice, na!ncd from e*|>erlence In this line. g—l wn ■ «lrl, and ha > a bwfl ihm aUMIU** mt a |mi) luoklag hay 4 ft. l»a KM »■> luNi U •lain aWt-» Wo «xil la lha ilwi" ">» »lh»r fintUi a«4 ilvrlßg iKo *rI. I K«|> p«<>l U loni Mr an 4 H>lwl4 ' b» »<• .a~..1n« U-m in Ml I waa l"« I '•» aa If a*a»»oaw IB ll>« Ihaalfa mam laaklac al a. Oa Ml Ml 1 1.1.1 him II «M far frwii »hal I « pnlnl Imm Mm la m» la wall aMa I" nutrry. am ha hu a ftmuaa ami lal. aiMl make* M a ilar |i#*r Via I.raj. raul» lhr*.u«h lain nlnna aa4 a4«laa ma alwl la 4a Ih. »..« Ihlak I aaahl la mam a alr<v> hwl' H» aJaaj. adiaraln a.lntf la had aarly. aa ha «>• II la tuaallhl AfTII ir*tlOK A.—l grant that If th« yotinic man was no altwpy h« could not k»«p awake durln* the performance he ahtiuid ha*« stayed at home and none to bed: but If he had, would you not ha*e been offended because h»' didn't take you to the theatre? A man who make* |« a day usually must work pretty hard, and If y«n haTe never made your dally bread working for the public you know nothln* of the tlreaomeneaa It aome "WWUTAGMI Tomorrow Afternoon AND ALL $2.00 SEATS ARE 2Sc "Wildfire," Lillian Rus sell's great play, which has delighted thousands of people, is now being pre sented by the Mailey & Mitchell Company at the Seattle Theatre, Third and Cherry at. Bccause the Railey fc Mitchell Company it not in the theatrical combine, the prices arc put down to a fair and reasonable basis. Originally "Wildfire was presented at $1.00 to $2 00 per presentation. Now, however, the night prices are 50c for the en tire lower floor, 30c for the balcony and U)c for the gallery. The special matinees, given tomorrow and Sim day afternoon, cost 25c, as stated, for any teat in the house. Here, then, is entertain ment of the first order; a delightful play; a com fmmm times bring*. On the other hand, If yotl kn iw he linn the habit of retlr iitK early, and you do not like It, you would best not marry him. M l*» you think ft nn nnlurky Itiiiitlter? Mollmr nnil I hntu rnnn#il 'i ' tjil*rl« of |irai hra, Mini >!• folk* miy lli*t tl I* itnliMk}, tl«» yuu think Ihr ,»rlirn will kct«|i* \% 111 )uu tell m« of n nlghl Mhiwir 1 intnktug run, (Mill A—l am mire the peacUaa will keep If you have put them up prop erly The peaches know nothing of tli« number "23." nor does lln> mini ber know anything about camiliiK peaches; neither know a thing about good or bad luck: now, do you think that aucb Intelligences can poaalbly effort each other' Apply to the superintends of schools to recommend a night school for you. Q —l Ml ntial th»-7 rail R e>nt# J otltlg I>l Mil of VI, Atttl lint* l»cw»» going lillli n girl for III' |m«*l •It Ritilllll* *hi> IHI* m»> hrr imtenH «rr well flt#«l N»W, how r4M I |'t •r •uiml l«» find oil I'lflr without hurting h#r frtlliii*. I»#f«»m I pr»pn*#f IN MKN VMT I can't assist any man In buying a wife. q—l Alii 11, nii't In l'»ir wllh a bov nt I ■ Mt« b# • «»»#« me I rMUtttt K||irM« in* frr ling* t«»v* «r*l blm Hill you | »!«•••# |lii> »••# » mu*# f llr roinrs to »«r nlir# ■ * ##k ll* 11% MI mINIUI IIIN* iillw «*<iy from nir I»<i y utt think It right for mr (o «l*lt him 111 NumU|i, •• li» !»«*• n*k#«t nt# »«ff«l l Im# • f l»o » ••• think It right for nt# •«» go l« «l»ni«x witli him ihrw »r CI a# g»Ur* fr«»m hiimr * ll# !• » »rf> gnaanlltl* Ih»». antl UkM th«» br«t r«r# nt m# lir *r Ml** «»r#r. I mm thinking rii>r; mlnut# «»f him, nn«l forget n»o*t thing* I •hawltl U.» M hal *h«»ll I a» t<* Hop thinking •" mnrh nn«l lot# him •till m#r#* Hot* •hall I i>i|ir«*« my h*tn> *••*« him? rt#n*# print ** »« n nn pwanlH* AMXIOt » A I wish you coirtd get away from yourself long enough to se<- yourself as 1 see you You would know that what you think la love Is a disease. You have an Ideal you are worshiping The boy happened along and told you he loved you, and you Immediately put him on the pedestal you had ready for the first man who should come In the guise of a lover No happiness can come of making a god of one per urn. I don't want to prick your bub ble of happiness, but I do want you to b*> sensible 1 wish you had been raised with a crowd of Iniya so that you would see that this nice boy friend of yours Is Just a fine, manly fellow, probably full of faults, which you do not im at present. You can do this much Ihm't go to visit him and don't go to dances I'hlldren of 16 and Is are 100 young to attend public, dances. In fart, any kind, unless sn older person Is with thern Com® down to esrth ami at tend faithfully to your duties Neg lected duty, for pleasure of any kind, never pays Don't try to eg press your feelings toward him. Hut do try to always llvs up to a high standard, and do not allow fa miliarity from any boy. Will Taft has lost 80 pounds since he left the White House Rut we're not surprised Will has been a consistent loner since the Chicago convention. All styles of Hats Cleaned. Re trlrnme<! and Rcblocked We have Just received a very nice assort'*! Block of Oatrlch Plumes In various colors. Paradise Feathers of dif ferent sites We also make s specialty of curling, dyeing and cleaning feathers All styles of flnts made to order. De loin Mil linery Second floor. 224 225 Peo ple's Hank Itldg. northeast cortier Second and I'lke Advt. patty of clever actors; a beautiful leading laily (ami Ailoen May is clever, as well as beautiful), and a play that is beautifully staged. The combination is one to see and enjoy. It in this policy which is crowding the old Seat tic Theatre, at Third and Cherry St., every night, and which promise* to he a bigger stirccss this year than last. Incidentally, Ail een May, the leading lady in "Wildfire," conclude* her engagement in Seattle this week, she having received a very tempting offer from another city. She is a favorite with Seattle playgoers, and kits of her friends will want to see her in "Wildfire" before she departs. "Wildfire" .runs until Sunday Next Mem day Kugene Walters' play, "The Kasicst Way,*' opens for a week's run. THE STAR—FRIDAY, SEPTEMHER 26, 191.1 MILLINERY yVV«eT>tgal! / |oufhwick In com.* turn mtih /AMRS MiCREKfi YA CO., Mmt Ymi, Stars »p*n /rem 9 a m. to 6p. m Jail, SfCDNf) AVENUE AND PfKh STREET Imported Ivy Gloves for Women $1.00 wbsxjz —-r —f-ga TIIK now Ivy Olovm for FHt)I wear are here ami selling fust Ivy gloves are full pique sewn like the most eipenslvo mod el*. Tim skins are fleilhte, yet strong ami not loci heavy for this climate. Assortments are even lint' ter than they worn last year. The pair 91.00. Kayser's l.lned Gloves are alao hern In the different fabrl>-a In eluded are kid and auede gloves lined with allk or fleece, alao rhamolantte and leatherette Kloves lYlcea are s©f. and $|.00. First Floor. Boys' Hercules Suits with Two Pairs of Trousers, $7.50 HOYS' Norfolk antl <lntib|«» hrcantwl Morruli*g Suit* with two pair* of Ilncnl troun«'ni Thr#« tuttg nrt» rain proof with r«- liifor«-«Ml g I v#* llHlfiK" ntid hr«\y Uoutili* warp lining IhrouKhotit thr r«gi of the suit. They aro fngt In color, of un •brlnkable mati rigU but gtrirtly all wool. We Kuar«Dti*e them Id every way. Hlx«*a 7to II j*arg. B«m' 1 mm 4 3- T rvnarr •«!«• nt floyg' Norfolk nni doublg hrnggt»«l ▼X tulle rim i« of Beoteh cheviot with jt I full lln#<l lrn«»n#rg nlmly Uit#<l rngti • n«1 nil grgrtig iap»<S Hlg#a « lo lIS L Vfc M«r»' liirrmaia. Ilara afa 10 War* A I \ ITLg B'-yg* rirarrotla that «r# all wool (jy BXt •eek three Inch belta pletd lining a ItHy »ri«l tal'g <»n ruffg Th# • «-Jor» t\ ■ m lav - i^-3 I • 1 u • /\tt nlars S (o 10 y^arg llnyn* hnlrkrr *nlf« of *nmfark \^^ Ssn v w Maka, fie.on in air. on V ' m jk \ T Wn faatura Ham; • k pfheg In i\ u\ our hiffili Rgiti ei htfi y\l \ M J /g alwaya flfei aetlafactlon bacauae / 1/ \ A it thrlr Mrt.it rt «!•;>#« ri%r>« e nr#r<il / f I Inllorlng nn«l ngt-n|]rri( rnat#rtn! U«• f I. I 1. "•• » elßf • ipttndid I A\\ V \ 4 of btoe brown chevlota «■ well \i jf \\\ ml l\ 1 a« man* fnr > pfttUMTM k # ,\j W \ 1 M« ya* I »nc Trvmnrr fctiltn, fIOOO fo / I \ 1\ \\ | Lmnff trou«#r aultg for boyg gnd / / \\ | youtha who waat un •to • dale #g id \ .1. VLI clothee AU thfg eeeeon'a atylee in * j ■Im ep i<» IT Tticv «r« m '\ Kmr If r \ s 1 etidld otK wlig of I «' hftta t / *Ji / rApg, gwattarg and r»ln mm (7- j Kitchen Helps in the Easement SAVORY Roasting Pans are self-boating and self-browning. A Sarory Vr\%» Recipe Book, actual value 25c. given with each roaster ltrgular f 1 2.*. slxe. special Htof. Regular II Tf> sire. *[>ecl*l *|.|O. ■tegular 12 26 size. special M 1.70. Regular $2 75 nine, special A 1.05. White Enamel Savory Hread Bairn —th« only sanitary round cornered boi made Regular 75c slue, special 50f. Regular fl r»fl alie. * peel* I ftf.ls. Hlack Japanned foal Hods Regular 35c alio. now 20<*. Regular 45c slxe. now 25f. Regular 55c »lxe. now MOC. Tetley's Sunflower Hrsnd lndla-Ceylon Tea put tip In one pound metal canisters. Regular f 1.00 lb. Special ftO<» Basement. A New Shipment of Plain Net Chem isettes at $1.00 These have ths comfortable armholes tand elastic tape at waist. They may be had In white and cream. Ixiw neck Chemisettes of fine net with the standing neck frill and soft shirred , front Price *2.00. Fichus of fine net. shadow lace and chif fon; Borne Bre trimmed with hand embroid ery. Prices range from $1 to $10. Plain Batiste Seta with a two-Inch hem and dots embroidered near hem. Colors tan and white. The set $1.25.. I Epaulet and round collars as well as witty sets embroidered by hand In white and 1/Ly' cream. Price 65 f to $2.75. First Floor. Girls' Coats From $7.50 to $350Q0 Sizes 6 to 14 Years PRKTTY COATS In both fancy mill tailored styles. Made of slbollnes, chln rhlllHii. broadcloth, corduroy, velvets and English mixtures. Most, of theae coats fasten up closely around thu neck anil lire trimmed In velvet and braid. A few have fur trim ming. There Ih a good as- Hortment of colors Including navy blue, brown, red, ('open and tan. Prices range from $7.50 to fc.I.VOO. Second Floor. The -MacDougall-Southwick Co. Second Av. and Pike St. The MacPougall-Southwick Co, FOR MEN Union Suit* for Fall and Winter Wear, $2.50 t2-3 wool and 13 cotton In in famous (Holm Tailored lid VuaHiir makes. Your lolce of thren freights — Kht, medium or heavy. Sizes 34 to 4K Absolutely non shrlnkalile garments nrid wonderful values at 0 Doz. Men's Glove*, Special at $1.25 Hpearpolrit back, cape ock and long or short fin urs In every size from 7 to 1 A handsome glove whose ripearance is only equaled by s splendid wearing qualities. Is easily worth $l.r»0; spe al 11.25. in Exceptional Value in Pajamas at $1.50 They are made of the best tallty outing flannel In all zes; silk trimmed and with Ik frogs All handsome »tterns Special with Mac ■jugall Sonthwlck only. 00 iiue for mi.r»o. First Floor Jewelery Novelties Sterling Silver Hat Pins, Pair 25c The new small heads, In sev eral designs; short stems. Gold Filled Collar Pini, Pair 25c Square and of torpedo shape; .Roman or bright gold. New Extension Bracelets, $1.75 Sterling silver extension brace lets with plain and chased links. Aluminum Braid Pins, Pair 25c Set with tiny brilliants; choice of several sizes; very desirable for evening wear. New Corallne Necklaces, $1.00 Special copies of real coral beads In the popular l'rlncess length, for wear with low neck waiats. » Sterling Silver Photo Frames, 50c Size 2VW by II Inches; also smaller sizes, at 25c and 3Bc. First Floor. Women's Walking Boots at $3.50 ana $4.00 APA TENT colt button boot has medium round i?• • toe, black cloth top. welted sole and Cuban J ."*/ heel Price |j S( / A dull calf button boot has medium round | Cfi j toe. black cloth top, welted sole and Cuban heel. I £2 J i M* II.Bt. *%/ I A dull calf button boot has round toe, low i **t' heel, welted sole I'rlce H. 1.50. / ,••/ Patent colt button lK>ot. has either dull kid or cloth top; slightly receding toe. welted sole and ' 22/ Cuban heel. Price &1.00. / "*/ Hull cmlf button boot has either dull kid or cloth top; slightly re- 'S^wSi reding toe, welted sole and Cuban '/ f',/ r WK' heel. Price f 1.00. '.. ™ Second Floor. ___ J Silk Kimonasin Empire and Straight Style PRETTY floral designs on solid color with deep border In Persian or floral patterns Special at 1C1.U5 are Klmonas In butterfly and floral pat tern* made Km pi re style with satin facing at neck and sleeves. A few satin Klmonas are also Included In this assortment. Values up to 16 :.0 at M.tt.v AT 9f.no are Negligees of heavy satin with deep border In Persian design They are made In Mandarin style and finished with silk cord at neck. Very rich colors, such as mahogany, royal blue, reseda, hello. Third Floor. Colored Wash Dresses for Little Girls In Many New and Ex- Vvs.— ceptionally Clever Styles AT 92.50 la an unusually pretty assortment of \Xj& little dresses of fine ginghams tn pink or \ bhie stripes. These fasten at the aide. The collsrs. cuffs and wide belt are of plain color, with jT% tailored banda of whHe. AT 954.50 nre little dresses In Russian style made of chambray. In dsrk Copenhagen, embroidered iil 111 large dots of red and white AT 91.50 are dresses of fine chambray In me- F,Tj>;js2» dlum blue trimmed with embroidery. The silk cord and tassel at neck Is In the Roman atrip* effect The dress has a low, broad belt. N/jtAft New Rompers and Cree|>ere In fine white madras jmrHKaW and crepe, finished at the neck with a tiny edge— /jW some have fine smocking in blue and pink. The price is 91.75 and 92.00. Third Floor. Seasonable Weights in Knit Underwear for Women and Children, at 50c FIJCBCED LINED fine ribbed Yeats and Pant* made of a high grade of combed cotton. Especially attractive at 50f. WOMEN'S UNION SUITB AT WOMEN'S SILK AND WOOL •1.00 UNION SUITS AT $4.50 Of the iinie general quality . and description an the Vesta and " ol * e nift de with the new Tant. mentioned above. ™ 8h °P nprk an , d , a^ e of p| - bow sleeve, ankle length style. MERINO UNION SUITS H2.00 These are In women's sl*es BOYS' AND GIRLS' MERINO and are woven of such excellent ! cn.-» .... materials and In such perfect UNION SUITB *1-«0 flttlnK styles as to be universal- Theae part-wool I'nlon Suits Iy favored. This particular as- are In white and gray, and are sortment la about half wool. I to be had In all sizes. Boya' and Qlrla' V#ata and Pants. Theae are fleece lined, and according to their sliea are priced at !45c, SOC. 35<* First Floor PearUHeaded Lace and Collar Pins Needle points; tiny heads In white, pink, or blue; the dozen 5 <. "Cllngerbelt" shirtwaist belt — a simple and effective device to keep waists In plnce. IVC. Pearl Head Hat Plna with small pear-shaped tops; short stems. The pair 15tf. Amber celluloid shye horns, for slippers; each Jsf. Nursery Pins, Silver Cradle brand; extra thin model, superior Kngllsh finish. The dozen 25f. Tilde's Ventilated Dress Shields and corset protectors; three sizes—75<*. HXf and (j|. Little Princess Armlets and Socklets; frilled ribbon bows. Pair 15C. First Floor. , Woolen • Dresses for Girls From 6 to 14 Years EXCKM*KNT for achool wear in thla one-piece dr«aa of navy blue a*rne with pin atrlpe. It ha* low neck, abort alenvea, pleated aklrt, and faali-na down the aide. Red aerge la iiaf'd ax trim mini;. Slzea fi, H and 10 yeara. A one-piece dreaa of navy blue Mrge with aallor collar and loni? aleevea baa a plain aklrt, panel front and back. The collar and cuffa are trimmed with Copen blue. Slzea ft, 10, 12 and 14 yeara. Price $8.95. Other dreaaea In wool, allk and velvet. Priced at from *<5.75 to 50. Second Floor. Toilet Requisites Palmollve Face Cream, 60c jar for 2Ht. Febeco Tooth Paste, jfflf, Creme Elcaya, a fragrant non-creasy cream; 50c size 3»f. Violet's Ambre Royal Face Powder, all shades; bo* #1.75. Violet's Ambre Royal Cream —the jar $ 1 .tM>. Hanson .lenks Ilys Toilet Water. *1.25. Plnaud's l.llns de France Vegetal. 5U«\ Societe Hyglenlqu* Soap, unscented; 26c cake, Itt*. Madam# lse Hell's Lilac Hand Whltener, ao<\ Richard Hudnut's Yanky Clover Toilet Water, 75^. First Floor.