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C>V7iicdvSN/Disici JlisliloiiS-r)Rfliial J Art^ k-TMi II ' W W mm M. t» J **Ll XR\ *M UAIMAUUMM -*•> «■ ORES • 3 % QUEEN ANNE GUILD TO GIVE MUSICAL TEA AT HOME OF MRS. TREAT BY HKULAH MITCHELL COUTTS Koittfty filtlor of Tht Slttr F>lt TIIK HKNRKIT OK TIIK OIITUDPSOIC HCWHTAU «ntl to iuuim • U-J U> Ui«t Institution. the iJUfn Anne (lullit will entertain with a brl(t*r party mm! mumcal* on Tuewluy aft. rooon at th« home of Mm Hiury Whitney Trrat. No. t Wwt Highland <lrl\e. Mr». Adam Madtxon Heeler an.t Ml« Thlrrn tVw»e» Wtltl b# th« Of the afternoon. The program: 1/Kte Chamlnade bUlry l*lpem Robin. Sin* Me a Sons Charles liiilxTt Sproae Mim C**W7 Mln l.eonern Krladland at the I'lano The Jaamine Oiior. Seolt Today Is K»*r KtlckWind Nlcht and the Curtain Is l»hi»n «>y requvati S«rnlt» Mrs (liflfr Daisy Wood HiUlreth at the TMano Tickets oiay (So ncurad from Mr* Walter Rwhl. chairman of the ticket committee. S4* Klnneur pi Mr* It K. Roberta, chairman of the refresh ment committee, assisted <>y Mr* IV V McDonald. Mm W H How art and Mm. K D. Crockett, with Mr*. R. K Roberta In I'hnrjf of the table*. Mm H It. Hartlett Ui chair man of the pnaa lommlt tee, and Vre Th.-mtts Saah. of decorations e e e Rcccptimi to Honor Daughter tlr and Mm Max KruKlrolwrtrr wHI be at home to their friends on Ilvnday In honor of the confirmation of thair daughter. Vivian • • • Afnt. Boyd Guest of Honor Mrs. I.ouls r> Bradeen »u hoatesa at a ehnrmln* luncheon at her home on Monday in honor of Mm Charle* T. Boyd, who haa recently returned from New York Centering the board nu an effective bowl of flow em In ehades of purple and cold, rapraeenttnc the colore of the Wont ea'x Canadian Club of which Mm. Boyd baa bee a president for thrve jraam. Covers were laid for 10 Vtesta. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Poiecll Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs. John H. Towall en tflrtalned with a dinner of 14 ooven at their horn* on Saturday evening Ml compliment to Dr aod Mn Oas- P«r Jfharr leu aod Mr. and Mn. fJaorre Walker a • ■ Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Harry > Brown an ■•ttneo the MRK«m«nt of their daughter. Helen, to Mr Raymond Wesley Hawkes *OO of Mrm. Bertha Mawkes of this city The wedding wtU take place the second week in e a • To Receive in Honor nf Daughters Mr. and Mrs. 9 Dorey will re. e«>j*e their friend* at their home on Mgnday In honor of the confirmation of* their daughtera, the Mbmes Isa •tora and Gladys Dovey. a a a Mrs. Freed to Receive In honor of her daughter Ruth'* confirmation. >lr* Max Freed will ha at home at her residence. SI7 Harvard ave, on Sunday between the hour* of 1 and i o'clock. a a a Dinner In honor of Mra. Alice Bray of Sydney, AnetraUa, and for Mm. tSurles T Boyd, who recently re turned from an extended Visit In the Mast. Mn. l,ovett M Wood enter tained with a dinner of 14 covers on Friday evening at her home • • • Qirihday Party In honor of the eighth birthday of fjgj Four Popular H I NEW RECORDS gj From May List Epjl lf| Come, in and Hear The»e In B£|§||| Kg Our Victrola Dept. pfcjfl "Daddy, You've Bxa m Mother to Mc" KkM 10 Inch Double Ka< e Ilerord —*5c Pp jjl| ■t "Who** Hiihy Are Vouf"—One Step Rp "l/til Alone A tain Blue*"— Fox Trot Cf^3|| Rp | Both Played by Hmltha Orcbettn—*so I "When Vou Are Alone"—Fox Trot ■gil Both by (ino<\ Orrhejlr*» 85c M^jfl "The Trot Sf9W Mpm t Played by Wledueflt Wadnworth Quartet SF-jJ Bgjj *lll See Vou In OT-B-A" flFSffl ■tHj Medley Foz Trot by Palace Trio K-jjij ■HH 10-Inch Double Face Ilecord—lsc Sf 3B| 13 VICTROLAS FROM $25 UP Pl[ El Convenient Payment Terms £tal ■ Stammjuarfc-Ca H Third Avenue si Pine 'TELEPHONE the So- A ciety Editor of The Star—Office, Main 600; Home, Main 2761. V. -> her daughter. I V»ro*y h, Mm It lp. ' (tooth entertained with * party at her home on NutiinUy The |\imU included Virginia W«»toii. INnart and Joljn t"iaher. Irta tiivundfield. Khen I*l round*. Klale tljenle. Jean Kny dar. lV>rothy Nelson. M v Ml* tienluc. ltarothy Hooth. Hemice Stephena John Fisher, Kticene Miller, (lot don | lljerde Km) lleor** Nelaon • • • Luncheon to Compliment Mrs. Smith The Canadian Wotnen'f flub will entertain with a torse luncheon onj Saturday al the Seattle Yacht cluh in honor of Mra Halph Smith of Vancouver. II C, who M the ftret and only member of the laiwdutti parliament. Mra. J. Clifford Raid wilt give a croup of aprtnc eonca durtnc Ute afternoon. ArrnnKementa are ln # choree of Mm. Charlea T Doyd, aaaiated by Mra. Ilernard I'elly, Mm Traftord lluteaon. Mm W. K McLiKhl. Mm O P. Ciornian. ( Mm John lukater. Mra. Thornae tirant. Mm William 4 umpbrit, Mra W y liunr, Mm. Klunt llarnea. Mm. A J Murrny. Mm. Cecil Hnl I dome. Mti|c llollincehead Hubl>ell, Mm W \( IKm ley, Mr*. W L) >K Kay and Mm J C. Clajrue e e e Arctic Club Dinner Dance The last of the wrtfi of Arctic club club dinner dartres wan Hwil last evening at the club. and proved to be ono of lhi> moot lunoulul af fair* of (he ae-asun The dining room ■iml ball room *'tr (rath • with nu merous wall basket* of Ikotcli broom and the individual table* wen cen tered with low bm»la of spring flow en. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Price Hosts Mr. and kin. John Kwlng Price wefe hoata last evening at dinner at their home, in honor of Mr and Mn. Alexander McKwan • • • St. Nicholas Pageant Postponed Because of the rain, the spring pageant scheduled to be (Ivan Thurw day afternoon by thrne Hi Nicholaa school waa poatponed until Monday WAKTS TO HAVE A CULTURE SOCIETY Lao Gregory, who "aays he Is a literary man. promoting hla so-called "Cult of the Human.'' has engaged a room at the Washington Annas. and will hold public meetings each night. "I wish to organise hen a society for the promotion of human cultun as I understand It." he says KEVER-FAIL ICING White t egg I i tin an car I tablespoon Water 1 teaspoon « anil la Tut white of egg. sugtir and water in top of double holler Het over boiling water and b*at with a dover beater for 4 minutes itemove from heat and spread on cakes. /CATHERINE AVIS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Manning. GlkuiTb ( U W KOII UTIROAY XMlMirtnil Club The Neighborhood club will bold a poat aaaaon dance on flaturday eve ning at I o'clock at the Hiawatha playSeld clubhouse a e a 0. R.l. Na.ll t'niverelly chapter No 11. O K 8 , will give a card party and danca at Little's hall. 14th ave. N. E. and ■ 4ith at . tltls evening *a a a lain Grotto (Ink | Ladlee Grotto club meets with Mn. C. B Raymond. 1111 N Broad way a a e Woman's Democratic flab The Woman'o lieotocraile club of King county will meet Hoiurdsy aft ernoon at 1 o'clock at Meves* cafe, terla to Install the newly elected MR cen They are President. Mn Helta Morrta. first vice president. Miss Klia abeth Hawley. second vice president. Mis* Kdna Cnitfle: wnUrf, Mn Kphnlm Stewart, press correspond ent. Mrs tonu A Hauaman. use* urer. Miaa L. B. White. see ADDITIONAL (XI Ml Orrte T. Klrat Preahytertan I harrti Circle T of the Pint Presbyterian 'church will Hive a musical** and sll ver tea at the home of Mn M. B Arnesen, 1(1 S llth ave W . this eve nlng. May 11. from I to 10 o'clock The following program will be given: (a) Memory Ibi Lavs la a YtobMs Mra rxtlts ITaapp < A«ram»anl*<l by vln ''alrlnv Guitar aalaetiea. t.ueta 41 laamwimar poaauatti Mr* Kile Cwlihee 'a) Serin* tome . rmetitl (b) Mar Mary car* Moor* Reatrlee A Hartal) Realises with t>iaao araompaalmeat lai Cttmforl ihi To Marry or Nat ts Marry (el It Tak*a Mlaa Trraaa Whitney (With Mrs loots Btaslan at ptaaa) (ai Joy af tha Mnrslnf Harriet War* ibi The li*(tar laait ... F M Ceaen to Oee4 Morales. Hreth*r Hvaahln* l-iaa Lanraann Mr* T. Vnfta (Mrs y Van IJ- ' 'anew at pisns) (s) l ir.tropin NhalnoM lb) gibf litis Mrs. Oalr* Tum*r VMs- M-ln.ll* up «». Na l 7**haikewskr t'onataece Turnbull Deal—Metnewhare a Valea la catling ... Arthur Tata Olarlle chapman and Vivian Uab*rs (ai tJt rilleitee .. Hart (b> Valae. I»p 94. No $ , . I'hnpln (r> Hallatalla I'a(llar<l 4d) I«enoava!lo, la Poiiala . Ardiita Mra Vnn Vuchtavinw The circles of the church and their friends are Invited. e a a Toasts to Be fjiren A numtrer of clever toiuits will be given ut tha Woman's Century club breakfast to he held at the Hotel Washington Wednesday. May >l, at 11:30 p. m "Club Woman vs. Wom an" will be Mrs. C. P. BalubanofT'e toast; "Balance," by Mr*. H. A. M Itonnar; "The Two Mirrors," Mrs. W. H. Orlswold; "Our Future," Mn. J. M. Hlch; "Inspiration," Mn. O. N. Mc Tx>ughlln:*"Our Cornerstone." an orig inal poem by Miss Burn Williams; "Our Ideftls," Mrs. H. W. Barker; "Plowero for the Living" will be the toast give nby Mn. George V. Bcho fleld: "Our Oreatcst Art," Mn. O | 11. Perry; "Jingles for Juveniles." an original poem by Mrs. It. 11. IjUlthlrn, and the toast, "The tirentcat Thing In tho World," hy Mra. Harvey Glenn. Guest tickets may bo ob tained from Mra. W. P. White, chair man of the ticket committee. a^Bv^aaawaHM* # # " Seattle Day Nanery Mjwtlng The Heat tie Day Nursery assorts, tlon will hold 1U annual meeting Tuesday, May 21. at the home of the president, Mra. James H. Calvert, l*ot loth ave N.. at 110 p. m. An election of officers for the coming year will be held and reports of tho atandlng committee* will bo heard. Mra. Catharine C. Rabenau, the ma tron at the nursery situated at 302 Broadway, will give an Interesting talk to tha mambera concerning con ditions In the nursery. THE Sb'ATTLL' STAT? * OMIHI MITIIIWI W Wmdh'i Oak* An Interesting croup of women front llw KruUr Uotmni club. I/M Angelee. CkL, will attend the llth Utnnial convention of till tieneral KrdtnUon of Womtn'a Hub* at Ilea Mninra. lowa, the third *wk In Juna. Willi a memb"r*hlp of nearly 3 <H>9. Oil* club will aand tha largaat num bar of dalegatea of any club in tha general federation. aa It haa tha di« Unction »f being tha Urge«i dull in tha national organisation lla prral ■laht. Mra O Hhapard liar num. la cha:rman of education In tha general federation. a m»mbe r of tha Califor nia lltate Hoard of education. and a leader among woman who ara doing thing* In California- Tha Friday Morning club la preparing to »up plant*lta ptctureaque elubhouee that It haa outgrown with a lIiOOOO atrurtura equipped with every mul arn convenience known In an up-to data building dtvolrd to club pur poaaa. a a a I aloiia I'. T. A. Mwllnt Tha liut malting of tha latoiu Parent Txrhar aeao'-iatmn will 1* hald on Thuraday. May IT. at 1 It P m. In th** oaeamMy room, of tha arhool. Itaporta of committee* will be received and a statement of tha year'* work will b« rn*d Election of oltloere will be held Aa a reault of a weed nil tin* ram palgn carried out In New Orlrana In tha aprlng of l(K, tha number of hay favar caaea waa reduced to l«a« than M par cant of the uaual preva lanca. i One Good Way j to Cut ] I Expenses j C'HKKKV CHAT J/L pl-OTHEH form * V«Ty Ur«. uti'l ner»a«»ry i*rt of * vrr y onoa ** M I Jf But there* \ I « almpla aolutlon Ij ' for thU part of your M lV llvlrijc problem* I>o I j\ UiouMiida of oth ■ NcnMlhlo people ure ilolriit now—buy your rlotlita nt Charry'a ofl th« con Vfnlent monthly paymnnt pliin, anil Inxfad of having to pay a largo mini of money at one time, pay Juat a "mall aum <•(», h month, ao little you'll never notice It. You'll find It n t.l« h»lp, for ynuH have mom ca*h left for othar pur tKMM. Cherry * Btyle Shop. 407 111 aI to nidi, nur Ftg'n Whintl*. Second. b< twn Ma<ll*on and flprlnfr. SPSES? TOWELING It driea and potiiba* the moat «z --quinte gUuwara and china—leaving no list or fluff. Itt abeorbing and durability qualitiee •rait* eh anna: and you will appreciate itt attractive 'att border. TT>e fabric actually improvie with waihing and ironing. ST J RTF. X u en tlu Jabru, S»U (U tnd ia| itorit. IBiPHPI Mr. Kr*n<ia I* left on Thtirn. da) iiinmliiK for An< lioru«<*. Alunka, to Im gone indefinitely. • • • Mm. Alice llruy uli<l nun, Mr Itob ert Itray, who hut recently returned from four yearn' aervtca In tha l«rit lull innijr. dapartwl on W<*lh radii y for Colorado • • • Mr and Mm William Bryan Far mer wn- recaivlm the felicitation* of their frlenda on the birth of a daugh ter WrJ||. > at the Swedish hos- i pital » • • • Mitjor JuT Ward Mi Krlvle, Mr llert Warford uu>l Mr Murold < 'rmmpton *ra ru route Ui Bto< klon. Oal., will) the Caravan Thay plan to return about June &. • • • Mi*. Kllr* Kerry I-aary, who hui !•«» Kaat for two inonlha w a dele ■cat* to the Continental fongieaa of lNiu«htera of the Ami-roan Itevolu lion, will return home today. a • a Mine l-oulne Hheaid I* aprndlng a few daya In Tarornu. the gueat of Mr and Mm. Marry Klahcr • • • Mr and Mr*. Itobeit R Koi will depart for their bom* In New York on Wedneaday. oniln* to Kent lie to attend the tnumjin of M'Aa Joan phlne r,irm»n to Mr. Robert It. Vox, Jr Mr. Jack Fo» will return on TuMklay to Pnaadana. where h« ho* apont the winter • \ • Mm 0«*»rr" Michael!*, who haa hern the houae gueat of Mr and Mr*. Kred K H.inder for 10 daya, left yea terday for her hmue'in Victoria. • • • Mlaa Irene Klaher. who left early In January with her parrnta. Mr and Mr a. 'O I> Klahar returiod on Wedneaday evening and la nt tha nmije of her grandparenta, Mr and Mra O W Klaht-r. Mr O l> KUlier returned to Prattle »»n«J w—ka ago. while Mm I laher and Mlaa Klalv er vlaited In New York and In Water town. Mamm . the gueata of Mr and Mra. Donald Rrtham iMiaa Juanlta Klaber) Mra. Klaher will remain with her eon In law and daughter un'Jl July I. a e e Mr and Mra Lawrence Martin ara malvini rongratutationa on the Wrth of a daughter W edn-«<la>, M>iy It. at Ui* Provhlen--* hoepltal. • • • Mra. K I! Il.irnlln will leave to party of frianda for Kurope morrow for New York .to hid hon voyage to her Jtuihcr, Mm Phylltg Hamlin, who laavi-a June & with a USE SOUR MILK TO REMOVE INK STAINS Hour milk haa m'jiir uaea and not tha (eaat la W* a« tli4> on ink ataln*. If tha Main la freah put Inio aour milk and *«»ak until the a[>ot la gone An old utiiln may not r»-«j«ond to aour milk alone The milk wtll re move the worat darkneaa but It may need a wank eolation of cMorale of lime to make tha article clear After anaking (wo or three houre in milk rinaa in the aolutlon If the ataln la ■till In evidence try rtnatng In am monia water More than It.OtM praplr \Ulted the Terkea ohaervatory at William* luy. Wla. en Saturday afternoon* laat Rummer Big Unloading Sale Many thrifty men and women are saving money by purchasing during our Unloading Sale. Are you? Do ytfu really want to supply your needs at real low prices? If so, why wait? We are offer ing the biggest reductions of the season in high-grade merchandise. You can't go wrong by buying now, and at our store. Boys' Suit Sale Mothers! Don't overlook this sale of Boys' Suits. You can't afford to at the special prices we are sell ing our suits at. But there is more than a low price— there is quality and u'orkmanship which mean real service and hard wear, and there's lots of style and snap to them, too. Bring your boy in tomorrow. Don't delay. $lO.OO Suits cut to $7.98 $12.50 Suits cuf to $9.98 $15.00 Suits cut to ~.811.98 $16,50 Suita cut to $13.25 $17.50 Suits cut to $13.98 Men's Underwear • Light weight Shirts and Drawers, suitable for spring and summer wear; jaeger color; reinforced seat; knit cuffs and ankles. Special, per garment, 79f. Men's Cotton Hose A jfood everyday llose at a bargain price. These Cot ton Hose have reinforced toes and heels and will give good wear. Black only. Special, 2 PAIR FOR 2R^. Men's Union Suits $1.29 Dandy spring weight Union Suits at a sale price. They come in white or ecru; long or short sleeves, ankle length. Why pay a high price when we offer you a good garment at this low figure? Children's Aprons Cut to $1.19 Dainfy lltll* Apron* with alwrt aleevea, In good aervlceable quality of Kingham. Ako* 2 to 12. Mud* with fancy pocket*, belt* and piping; variety of color* In plalda. Pretty Voile Dresses —Cut to s7*9B Real pretty Voile Dresses at a very special price. They sell regularly for $lO.OO. There are Checks and Plaids in many colors and attractive styles. They have white organdie vests, collars and cuffs; belted styles. Sizes 36, 38, 40. NEW HI!.I. AT PALACE HIP PROVES PLEASING Tim new bill which opefuxl yeater day al l.oew'a Palace Hip hna itn ununual feature In the offering of Holland, I>'x'krill and company. who are aeen In a picturesque and aen aatlonnl rldinit iH. Both Mr Hoi land mill Hom I >.iiKnil are finished tidera who un* four Muperto white homes to dlaplay their •Kill in poa- Inc. hurelatek «idlnr and c« trying Katharine I.Uliari la a dainty come dienne who, with her partner. Will Kiiuftiutn, romp* thru a mixture of t halter and aonx* "On the linrder of Mexico" la the till* of u (lever aklt presented by Hunter, Randall and Kenorltu. l'o»t and I'oat are billed aa Dixie enteri.Unem. The teurq, a lady and a blackface comedian, haa aome real ininedy talk and trombone playing that plcaaed Hiihla I earl la a aUirlnc corned! enne Koine clever JuccHnc. pantomime and > omedy are Judiciously mixed |>y CI. K. I.e«el. who la aaalaled by u xealoua lanllhoy analntant. WASHING STRAWBERRIES Htmwlierriea are a rather tender fruit, called by deulern "aoft," The care the housekeeper ctvea tha fruit after It coma* to her irraatly determinea the attractlvene«n of It. Hlrawberriea alwaya need thoro waahlnc and If very aandy aome tlraea need to aland in water for a few minute* to loonen Ihe grain* of nand Waier poured directly over liernea will rruah tbem and make them aoft and rnuahy. An eaay way to wa*h lierriea of any aoit ia to hull the fruit Into a colander. I'lace the colander in a blc pan of freah water and cently lift and lower the berriea Into and out, of the water Thla cauaea a Nwlahlnc of the Water that haa not enouch force to hurt the fruit but doe* dinlodc** any partlilea of dirt. Nearly tot new oil companion were orcaniaMl In the C'nltad State* dur- In* March FACTS TO KNOW ' ABOUT ASPIRIN The "Bayer Cram" meant* genuine Anpirin prescribed for 18 year*. Aaplrln created a aenaation whan introduced by lia>V o** 1 " •l«Htaen year* ago Physician* at once , proved It* wond*|-ful V-fflclancy in tha relief of pain. The genuine, world famoua Aaplrln. In "Bayer Tab let* of Aaplrln" In aafely taken by mllliona for CoUla. Headache, Ilbau tnatlam. Neuralgta. Karache. Tooth a<-he. Aching Joint*. Naurltla and Pain generally lla aura the Haver Cram*" which la tha mark of true "Bayer Tablet* of Aspirin." la on each genuine pack age and aa«-h genuine tablet |!nir* of H Üblrta roat but * frw cvnti and contain proper dtrwuonn DruiMUiU alao »»ll Ur*«r "11«y«r" ptrka**» Anplrln la the trsd* murk of Ha»*r Manufacture of MonoacaUc nddnlfr of Mwllcylloacid. Muslin Petticoats Cut to $1.98 Thf*e Petticoat* aell regularly for 12.60 and are good value* at that price. Tbey are of a nice *oft quality of muelln. cut full *la« and have an * Inch embroidered flounce. A bargain at tbla price. INVITE YOU TO COME IN SATURDAY-AND SEE THE MANY HANDSOME SUIT AND OVERCOAT PATTERNS ON SALE AT $65.00, $75.00 AND $85.00 Extra special values to introduce the new daylight corner store at— NORTHEAST CORNER SECOND and MARION "Buy Made-In-Scattle Clothes" Get the Maggots —1 IWore they get your garden and put to nanght 11 all your hard labor. * ji Maggotbait Will save your Cabbage, Radish. Turnip and ij all root crops from these destructive pests. 1 Tfcia tnkk «u mm 4» la iniwt «• a kr iwral pakllf Mwmlwt, mm 4 alaa as a at | mar wa irawtas rraaa ml < afcfcae*. at*. II la Ika naait , I ml filaMlkf tfMirk «Mk aal Irmm <k» kot la lay a- 1 i vlaa aklalaakla lua Mtananl aal Mala laaaatkMa I Kia>fla- | < 1 -lb. cans with sifter tops. 25c each; also 25- , i lb. bags, $2.26; postage additional. 1[ mi. Dimi>moaa on bach facicark ,i Al your fcaiar'a ar mt »«i»» ■<**, Pliarir b«nn f I lILCfX THE CHAS.H. ULLY CO. |l Boys' Pants, $1.50 A big special in Pants for boy*. These are made of qnion fcassimeres in light and dark mixtures and are especially suitable for schoc' in evi yday wear. They are cut full size and well in. hcd. You'll find these a dandy buy at this price. Men's Chambray Shirts $1.29 An exceptionally good shirt at this cut price. For work these Blue Chambray Shirts are just the thing. They are good and strong and will stand hard wear. Better get a few at this special sale price. Ladies' Vests 35c This is an unusual good value at this price. These Vesta aje daintily trimmed with lace and Swiss ribbed; sleeveless; low neck. Buy several of these during the sale. They're 3 for $l.OO. Ladies' Bloomers 85c Ancrther big money-saver, and a very serviceable gar ment as well. These fine Pink Bloomers are in extra sites-only; sizes 7, 8, 9. They are knitted of fine cotton yams and have clastic at waist and knees. Ladies' Hose 89c A fine quality of Ladies' Fiber Silk Hose, in Gray and White. The regular price of these is $1.25. The* heels and toes are reinforced, to insure good wear, so you won't go wrong on these. /7Yfc/®/t yO" rwf store THAT/J/ —v SECOND A VENUE AT uAMEG «5 TREE r Ladies' Pumps Cut to $4.98 A neat atyla In LAdiaa' Brown Kid Pump*. They have food wearing aolea and heela and will prove both comfortable and attractive. Regular price $5.50.