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TILL COWS COME HOME'
Head of Philadelphia Hoard of
Education Thinks Exercise
Goods Bought Now Will be Charged on
" i-hlladelDhln iiclioollNicliers. unlike the
the Bill Sent You on the 1st of January
IF YOU HAVE A CHARGE ACCOUNT HERE (OR IF YOU OPEN ONE NOW) YOU CAN BEGIN YOUR
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT ONCE WITHOUT ADDING TO THE ITEMS ON THIS MONTH'S BILL.
leathers of Charlotte, N. C, can rtanco till
th rows come homo or play poker wlillo
the hiooil Itnsern on In tlio dawn, In o fur
its President Henry It tMinumls, of the
,1; Hoard of Education, would give n pepper
' w ;l iorrt of care a particular little bit.
Wife 4 't npprovo of danclngr," ho nald totlay,
jjsf fciter he had read that the ncliool cornmls-
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SJSBrir remarkable dancer mjself," ho eald, "I
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Vfjf "wholesome liaattme. There's no uso mak
f'W'fntt rules or adopting reoolutlons ns to'
l1 iVlttt teachers shall do after buslnciM hours
because they'll do ns they plcnso nnyivay.
'Oi. In fact, a great many teachers come to
work fresh and happy after unending u
frnll the night before and spread their sun
bine and happiness about 1110 classrooms,
f The Charlotte commlsilonnrs contend Hint
.uUtdo amusement mllltato against suc
cessful work in tno sciiooirnom u is ie-
Ilovod In Philadelphia that wlmtexcr mnkeH
tftera happy makes them good.
STRAPPED BY HIS WIFE
AFTER 2-YEAR SEARCH
4: Former Opera Singer IIbb Hus
'&'$ band Arrested, Charged
'$ I With Bigamy
I NBWYOHK, Nov. 17. After having been
Ahased for two yearn by his wife. Mine.
lophlo Traubmnn, former Metropolitan
pera singer, Oconee Albert Schroeilcr, who
U alleged to havo been married (Ho times,
found himself In tlio Tombs today charged
irlth bigamy. '
t During n stay In Cleveland ultli Schroo
iter's relatives, Mine. Traubman heard that
her husband had a wlfo In Hoston running
A tea room. This wife, It wan Bald, Is now
a. teacher In Middlesex School, Concord,
: Then, hearing that Schroedcr also had nn
affair In London, tlio singer Inveigled
Echrqcder Into going back to Knglnml. At
the station In london they cro met by
Illlllan Pelnberg, who said she iviih mar
ried to Schroedcr in June, 1913, Whllo the
two women wcro arguing, .Schroedcr Jumped
Into a taxlcab tynd disappeared.
( Besides Mmo. Trnubman nnd the Foln
bcrg woman, Schroedcr, It Is nllegcd. Is
Ibo married to Helen G. Mcdlllc, of Qljcl
ea, Jtass. When ho married Miss McChlo
he fiald ho was twlco a wldoucr Accord
ing to Mmc. Traubmau'u lawyer three of
Bchrooder'a five whf uro now ntltc.
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Ilundrcdn of foolball l'nns will ro
to Princeton to sec the Ynlo Rnmo
tomorrow. Tho favored nutomobllo
roads nro here outlined
AUTO CLUB ROUTE
BEST TO PRINCETON
Philadelphia Organization of
Motorists Outlines Good Go
ing to Yale-Princeton
TRAFFIC COP ON CAMPUS
SW. C T. U. CONVENTION HEARS
HOPE OF DRY AMENDMENT
"' Will Be Adopted in Few Years,
;( gates Say
INDfAN'Al'OClH, Ind Nov 17.-Kesulta
" ef the presidential election hearing 011 the
PobSlblllty of a prohlhtluii amendment In
the, Federal Constitution uero discussed nt
f the opening of tho convention of tho
"' Women'H Christian Temperance Union hero
fjJ today, following tho address of tho organ-
tv of .Kvfttiston. III.
m 17T' The convrntlon nfll continue six days.
' $ A feature will bo tho "Kiiicloucy Congress"
"jjr to be liold every morning for tho purposo'
of training temperauco wurkers. Moro than I
, lorty npccuillsta In tho ilKTercut dcpuitmciitH
of W. C. T. U scrtico w(ll lecture tit theso
A sulrlt of exultation wus notlceahln innaiiir
' thft ItintlHnnH nr Irtnrn .lAli.r'nton hnrn Hnilnv
V' due to tho uotablo gains by Stuto pr6hlbl
tlon tins year, as well as the complete
failure of the wets to wrest any Important
white territory from tho antl-llquor elo
menlti. It was confidently predicted that thu Dis
trict of Columbia will be put in tho dry
column at the. coming session of Congress
and that a Federal dry amendment will not
be postponed moro than a few yeara at
Speakers beforo the convention will In-
t. elude William J. Bryan, J. Krnnk Hanly,
i Prohibition candidate for President this
K loll; Arthur J. Capper, governor of Kan
,, ,a,' nnd Anthony J. Camluettl, Comnls-
eloner General of Immigration.
ti ','The convention Is expected to further
.'plans for it petition to tho novt Congress
w a constitutional amendment, which
WftfiH exceed the petition bearing 10,000,000
Itf nanves, presented this year,
WEST UUANCH Y. M. C. A. FAIH
BMilding Will He Open to Public
I night nnd Tomorrow Night
Tonight and tomorrow night th West
Branch of the Y, M. C. A., lit Klfty-second
,, nd Sunsom streets, will bo thrown open to
,tho, public. The Fifty-second and Market
Jftjets Iluslness Men's Association, work-
, .Tihg'In conjunction with tho V M. f. A-. will
' jtald an exhibition and community fair in
the building. The membeis of tho ussoala
tlon will have n display of their goods In
I tuie gymnasium, where booths hae been
elected. The lobby will be taken up by tho
Women's Suffrage party, the Pennsylvania
' Socjety Opposed to AVomen Suffrage and a
, large sign displaying1 the advertisements of
, A series of swimming and llfo-savlng
.r demonstrations have been arranged by the
members of the Y .M. C. A. Different de
partments of tho city will have displays.
Dr. Wllmer Krusen. Director of the Depart
ment of Health and Charities, will represent
Mayor Smith at a reception to be given this
TourlBts who Intend to motor to Prince
ton tomoi row for tho Yale-Princeton gnmo
will find the routes tinmen by tho Automo
bile Club of Philadelphia the moro pref
erable' for travel.
Weather conditions, unless severe, will
make no dlfforenco III tho Journes tho
roads "on the Pennsylvania Hide will he good,
while those on tho Jersey sldo v. Ill bo
The route picked by the nutomobllo ex
perts runs north on Ilroad street to tho
Hot leva nl, tlicnco to Itlslng Sun lane. Ver-.
reo road, llustleton avenuo to Homertnn.
Turn left over the railroad lirldge to Feao
lervlllo und talto tho mlddlo road on reach
ing tho triple fork; hear right anil imme
diately right again on dirt road. On cntci Ing
Newtown, pnsH tho brownstono church nti
tho rlgh' and beyond turn right over small
bridge, direct through tho town to cross
street nt end and turn left on new road to
fork at nchoolhousc Hear right to dead end,
turn right at fork nnd bear left to Dollng
ton, Kntcrlng road near end of vlllngo
turn left und turn right on entering io.ul
with Taylorsvllle sign.
At the dead ond of the tiolley, turn left
and thou right, passing small schoolliouse
and through village, crossing the Delaware,
after wlileli follows a turn left through the
gato nnd a turn right 'across tho railroad,
Thn course follows straight over the hill
direct to 11 dead end with n turn left Into
Pennington. Turn right Into' Cast Dela
ware nvonlii' to fork, bear right on dirt
load On tutoring road, turn left und turn
left again with 11 dead end of trolley. When
entering ronil In reached, turn right 1111
tnacadnm to dead end ; turn right on innc
ndam nnd next left to dead end nt Main
street; turn left to Princeton Inn.
The road via I.,nwrcncevllle Is a little
rough, but Is the only direct road available.
Nnswiu street In Princeton Is blocked off
north of Washington street, so that tho
congestion upon coming through Lawrence
vllle and Nassau street, rrlnccton, will ho
very great at Nassau and Washington
The preferable route, according to W. O.
Griffith, chairman of tho touring Informa
tion bureau, Is to go through Trenton, nnd
thenco hy way of Jlercervllle and Hdlnboro,
arriving nt Princeton from the south, using
Greenwood avenue, Trenton, as the outlet.
Much thno will bo paved, ns a trafllc pollco
min will direct motorists straight to tho
stadium. Instead of time being lost In a mazu
of trafllc The route to Trenton follows tho
llustlctou plko to Lunghorne, Oxford Val
ley, thence to the Jersey capital. Neither
route should take more than three hours,
the distance on both being under fifty miles.
ON DELAWARE FLATS
Well-Dressed Man at Chester
Apparently Wandered to
Death in River Mud
t'linSTUIl, Pa. Nov. 17. The body of
an unidentified wcl dressed man was found
on the Delaware HI ver flats, near tho Sun
Oil Works, Marcus Hook. Footprints In the
mud Indicated that the man had wandered
out on the flats, slipped and fallen face
downward and suffocated with the mud In
bis mouth and nostrils
Deputy Coroner Cloud described the man
as of light complexion, with light hair and
muituche, nbottt flfty-flvo years old, height
live feet flvo Inches, weight IflO pounds,
dressed In daik clothes, dark oveicoat. boft
shirt nnd tan shoes
A Philadelphia receipt, dated Oetober 7,
Hlfi, nnd made out to Lnmplcy Topllff,
was found 111 one of his pockets.
CAHHEKA STUMBLING 1II.OCK
Mexican Commissioner Again Rejects
Border Control Plan
ATLANTIC CITY. Nov. 17 All efforts
of tho American representatives on tho
Mexican-American Joint commission to per
suade l.uli Cabrera, (hnliinuu of tho Mexi
can representation, to abandon his opposi
tion to tho plan of border control, approved
In general by his colleagues, have failed
Tho other members of tho commission
havo not lost hope, and tho conference
will lie continued, but thero was absent tho
nolo of optimism which characterized the
cloc of the sessions yesterday.
Mr Cabrera met with tho commission
yesterday for tho first tlmo slnco Tuesday,
It became known that virtually tho entire
day wns spent In argument calculated to
convlnro Mr. Cabrera of the advisability of
Indorsing tho plan.
Thero had been forwarded from Wash
ington a supply of the special paper on
which trentles aro written, and even green,
white and red ribbons, tho colors of Aleko,
weic purchased today for binding the
shoots, but thero appeared lfttlo prospect
tonight of their early use.
Makes 200,000 Miles on Ferryboat
I.AN'CASTKIt, Nov. 17 Ocorgo Lelght
hotiser, who for twenty-nine jenra has cap
tained the littlo ferryboat that piles the
Kusquchnnna Tllvor between Wrlghtsvlllo
and Columbia, concluded last night his
200 000 miles, according to his own figures.
Ills boat has many times bocn tho only
mentis of trnfllc across the stream and lie
has carried nearly half u million passcngcis.
-104 Bucks County Milkmen Meet
DOYIjFSTOWN, Pn., Nov. 17 Word has
been received by tho Ducks County Milk
Producers' Association that Mount Pleas
ant, N. J milk producers nro organizing
and will Join the Ducks County unit. At
a meeting of tho Ducks County unit 4 64
members, who own 6100 cows, were present.
Allies to Get India's Wheat
LONDON, Nov. 17. Tho India tlovem
ment has sanctioned tho exportation to
Dngland, Franco nnd Italy In November,
December nnd January of 400,000 bushels
Blast Frightens Eddystone.
CIinSTIJU. Pa., Nov. 17 An explosion
that shook the building and made windows
In tho neighborhood rattle occurred nt tho
Kddystone munitions plant. It caused some
apprehension among employes of the plant
and residents of tho munltlons-mauufnctu
Ing town, but thero was no serious damage
"Steve Brodie" Falls From Bridge.
The famed feat of Steve Urodle was
duplicated in part last night by George
Allen, 427 Clinton street, a Pennsylvania
( JUUlroad brakeman, who fell from a freight
(t-jtratu, while croaalng the bridge ut Hlchmond
f and Orthodox streets. After a drop of more
r fj than one hundred feet Into the cold Dela-
-i t. ware. Allen was fished out, taken to tho
" North Philadelphia station by train, and
- "W iv tne Samaritan Hospital tiy the
J ambulance route. Ifusldes fracture of
i.toth ankles, Allen lias a fractuied thumb.
' " Otherwise, he feels as chipper as a two-year-
Boy Falls on Scissors
James Cunningham, fifteen vears ohl.
M$i Harth Bucknell street, Is In the Mary
rcxel Home Buffering from a Wound made
by a, pair of scissor which cut him In
Abdomen wlien ne fell, while wrestling
A Walking Boot Alive
vim James Keillber, also llfteen, of S4
Wwtb, Twenty-third street Ktlliher la
a Mw Housa of Detention, where he will
W given a bearing. The uccldent. as.
MtLOther hov nalliu! it (wmii-rott In !.& hnn.a
' rjBtf Anthony t'oyie, Ihlrteeu jears old, Par
JprJ)iH wd Bucknell streets, last night. Cun.
aiBcnam W43 cupping- M nail. Cove sad.
,f whn Ksllihfcr playfully Jabbed him In tho
-mm, -' wrestling followed.
Brtnrlywlne Farm Sold
WJIHW E. Matthlaa h purchased from
ij. UaU.tman, of West Chester, a farm
Ut aere on th Brandywln. ner
&&. adioinuis a tract of about thu eaHa
www uf ms pijruiwfer. 1 ho
J, M Fruifl14.
We announce a complete
stock of sizes in the fol
We are as proud of having
created this distinctive model
as you will be to wear it.
Faultless style and rugged
quality are built into every
graceful line, making it the
ideal street shoe for
the well- dressed
woman w h o de
mands comfort and
serviceability as well
I lack calf.
All Tan calf.
Tan with right and left wing ball strap.
Black calf with Pearl Gray Suede top.
Mack calf with white washable kid top.
Tan calf with white washable kid top.
Sorosis Shoe Co.'
ifr Chestnut St.
inter Clothing Foremost in All Men's Minds
The arrival of the cold snap found us ready with a remarkable collection of smarl, up-to-the-minute Winter Suits ($15.00 to
$40.00) and warm Overcoats ($15.00 to $65.00) . To-morrow will surely be a day of wonderful activity m the Men's Clothing Storo
nnd we are prepared with extensive stocks and efficient salespeople to serve you to best advantage:
Men's Winter Overcoats, at $16.50, $18.50 and $21.50
Three Remarkable Lots Worth $20.00, $22.50 and $27.50
Conservative styles. Those at $16.50 and $21.50 are in black and Oxford. The Overcoats at $18.50 in Oxford only. Tho
Overcoats at $16.50, quarter satin-lined; the Overcoats at $18.50 and $21.50, full satin-lined. These were bought months ago, and
at present market standards aro well worth $20.00, $22.50 and $27.50 respectively $16.50, $18.50, and $21.50.
Men's $15 Overcoats $12.50
Uox nnd form-fitting styles; dark plaids
Men's Suits, special at $10.00
Neat mixtures, in styles for, men, younjr
men: youths' first long-trousers Suits.
NIIW I.OCATIO.V 8KCONU n.OOR, EAST
$25.00 to $30.00 Suits, $20.00
Discontinued lines from our regular
stock. These Suits are from manufacturers
of national prominence. All sizes in regular
proportions In tho lot, but not in. every style.
$18 and $20 Suits, $15.00
Lots purchased under pneo ami discon-'
winuu mum iiuui vui ii'kuiui kuuK, unicily
of worsteds, In dark effects. All sizes In
regular proportions In the lot.
Hundreds of Suits and Dresses for
Women Who Recognize Style and Value
Women who have made intelligent comparison of values, have long since come to the
conclusion that this Store's pre-eminence is unquestioned. To-morrow there will be another
demonstration of our leadership in Suits and Dresses hundreds of styles are here:
Suits at $15.75
Of gabardine, in
niivy blue, green
durk brown; plain coat, with velvet collar.
Suits at $16.50 Zt
Suits at $18.75 !
in black, navy
iluc and brown. I'lnin and scmi-ljclteil models, some
with velvet or velvet-trimmed collar.
n n d Whipcord
in black, unvy bluo
belted models, with velvet
Quifc of S90 00 Gabardine, Whipcord and
OUIIS at iU.UU I)iaKonnl 'suits, in. black,
navy blue, brown, green nnd plum color. Plain nnd
semi-fancy models, with belted or llarlng coats'.
Suits at $22.50 yfl S"abWln
tailored models, suitable for full figures.
Suits at $25.00 ?nd $$
navy blue, brown, plum color nnd green.
trimmed with velvet, nlush or fur.
3)- Second Floor, Market Slreot
Unusually Attractive Dresses from $13.75 to $18.75
Serge nnd Sergc
nnd - Silk Dresses,
in black, navy blue, plum and brown; straight-line
and smart girdle models, trimmed with braid.
of hoirce silk and
At $13.75 to $15.00
Dresses at $15.00
HliiAnn .Intl. in flflitltv nimlol nhadCHI
corded and flounce effect; burplico bodice.
black, navy blue, a few in plum nnd French blue; crepe
Georgette collar and vestcc front; full skirt.
Sorgo nnd Sergc-nnd-Silk
Dresses, in black
nnd navy blue; straight-line models, with silk girdle,
crepe Georgette collar. Others with wool or silk em
broidery and braid binding. fi Second Floor, Centre
At $15.00 and $16.50 a
At $1.00, $2.00 and $3.00
Mnny of them nro being bought for
Christmas gifts nnd it is a pleasure to
select them, for thero are thousand
here from which to choose.
Chiefly of the dainty sheer whlta'
voiles nnd fine lnwn3 that take so kind
ly to tiny tucks nnd touches of lace
and embroidery. Also some very sim
pie models in rover nnd frill effects,
trimmed with Venise lace.
s-3 - Second Floor, Centra
Imported Pearl Bead
Necklaces at $1.00 '
A delayed importation accounts -for
this remarkable value at this season.
Prices on these fine siihulntcd Pcnrls
have greatly ndvnnccd, but ns these
wer6 purchnscd Inst spring they are
much under tho present value. No
doubt many of them will be bought
to-morrow for gifts.
t? Aisle 0, Market Street
Women's Skirts of wool velour, in
small check effects; of tweeds In brown
and gray, and of serges nnd poplins, in
black nnd blue. In a vnricty of tho,
season's best styles $5.00.
it) - Second Floor, Filbert Street
SILK WAISTS OP MANY KINDS
for dress occasions nnd practical
wonr- lilnplf. white. Suit Colors, rich
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dark nlaids nnd stripes, uesn coiur uu 11,. .t ,
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wnite a wonueriui ussuiuuuui ?-.uu
CREPE -DE CHINE WAISTS
smart tailored effects in white and in
flesh color ?3.50 to $5.75.
NOVELTY EFFECTS of crepe do
chino nnd sheer crepes, in rich striped
effects or fnshionable combinations
$5.50 nnd $5.75.
CREPE GEORGETTE WAISTS in
flesh or white, some embroidered, some
lace-trimmed $5.50 to $7.50. ..
CREAM LACE WAISTS beauti
fully combined with crepe Georgette
or chiffon in delicate shades $0.00
Others of fine lncc, crepe Georgette
or combinations of lace nnd crepe
$9.50 to $38.00.
Vr Second Floor, Centre
$5.00 to $8.00 Baroque
Pearl Earrings, $2.50
A smnll lot of theso Earrings, with
solid gold mountings. A gift sugges
tion. -B Alslo 9, Market Street
Another Wonderful Coat Day Assured!
Nine Unusual Lots of Women's Coats.
rhis.,will be the third Saturday on which we ofFer very exceptional values in
values to-morrow, we promise you, will be as good as those of the past two
Hundreds of Coats are included $13.50 to $50.00 values, at $10.00 to $37.50. -
Women's Coats now $10.00
Of heavy large PLAIDS and STRIPES, sido belts,
deep, squnre-cut collar, inset sleeves nnd pocket; un
lincd. Women's Coats now $15.00
Of SOLID-COLOR MATERIALS nnd SMALL
PLAIDS, in bright colors; full. ripjMing back, looso
front, square-cut collar; lined throughout.
Seal Plush Coats now $16.50
Mado on full lines, and lined throughout; without
belt, collar closing well nt tho throat.
Wool Velour Coats now $18.75
In two-tono effects; front nnd back belts, deep
square-cut collar of plush, inset sleeves, lined throughout.
Wool Plush Coats now $20.00
In brown, green and Oxford; very full in back. -deep,
square-cut collar, with fur band; lined body ana
Wool Velour Coats now $22.50
Lined throughout; back slightly shaped to figure;
front belts, squnre-cut collar with fur band. '
Seal Plush Coats now $25.00
With collar of dyed opossum; full back, unbelted;
full-lined; fastening close to throat with loops and but
tons. Wool Velour Coats now $37.50
In attractive street colors; full-skirted styles, with
deop fur collar; elegantly lined throughout.
Coats of Lustrous Materials special at $42.50
In fnshionable street colorg. Made on loose, full lines, belted, nnd full-lined; fur collar, some with fur
cuffs also. These nre unusually handsome Coats at $42.50,
Coats in Fully Five Hundred Styles in Our Regular Stock
Cheviot Coats, $10.00 to $20.00. Fancy Mixed Coats, $13.50 to $35.00. Wool Velour nnd Broadcloth
Coats, $20.00 to $50.00. Bolivia Cloth Coats, $35.00 to $75.00. Seal Plush Coats, $25.00 to $55.00.
E) - Second Floor, Centre
Santa Claus Arrives To-morrow in the
New and Greatly Enlarged Toy Store
ALL YEAR LONG he has been looking forward to again meeting his little Philadelphia friends. How glad he'll bo to
see them ! There's a cheery welcome waiting for tho many new friends that will meet him for the first time this year.
He's anxious to hear what you have set your heart on this year so be sure to come and see him.
YOU NEVER SAW SUCH
AN ARRAY OF TOYS AS
ARE HERE THIS YEAR
There are plenty of ingenious and interesting
playthings from across tho sea ajid more American
Toys than ever. And right here let us say that tho
American Toy-makers have risen to the occasion and
have produced Toys, In many instances, more attrac
tive and even better than those from abroad. Better
yet, the American Toys are educational they teach
the youngsters something worth while,
Here in the better, brighter and prettier Toy
Store there's everything that any child could wish for.
Electrical Trains, with real electric headlights, are
running on real railway systems. Steam Toys are
in motion and hut we're not going to tell you about
nil the good things here. Come and seo them yourself,
THOUSANDS OF DOLLS
AND MANY THOUSANDS
OF INTERESTING TOYS
First of all. the Dolls I There are thousands of
them. Great big Dolls, medium-sized Dolls, nnd dear
little ones. Some nre dressed somo waiting to be
dressed some are In costumes of distant lands. Then
there's everything Dollio needs Tea and Dinner Sets,
Trunks, Bags Furniture, Go-Carts and--everything!
There are Candy Stores, with real candy. Sub
marine Boats that really go under water. Animals
that do funny tricks. Hundreds of new mechanical
toys. Interesting new playthings from far Japan.
For out-of-dooj-s Express Wagons, Toddle Bikes,
Hand Cars, Automobiles, Sleds and other things. The
Peg Lock Construction Blocks, Erector and other build
ing Toys. We couldn't begin to eve!! name them all.
Above All, Bring the Children to the Toy Store To-morrow!
i Fourth Floor, Centre
S. & C. Special Corsets Save
These Corsets are not only beautifully designed, shapely and daintily
trimmed, but they cost from 50c to $1,00 a pair less than others of equal
quality. Models for all figures low, medium or Jiigh bust or topless;
$1.00, worth $1.50 I $2.00, worth $2,50 I $3.50, wor.th $4.00
$1.50, worth $2.00 $3.00, worth $3.50 I $5.00, worth $6.00
S. & C. HIGH SCHOOL CORSETS of batiste; medium bust, medium
long, prettily trimmed and without heavy side steels. Sizes 18 to 26 inches.
$1.00 to $2.00, worth $1.50 to $2.60,
H. & W. WAISTS various models for women and misses 50c to
$5.00. iw - New I.oealoi Thin Vloor, Market (street. Wt
The Silk Store Enlarged for ,
the Great Holiday Season
Mora space in which to show the new Evening Silks, Crepe Meteors,
the new 1017 Novelty Shirting Silks, of which we have iust received a
shipment of five hundred pieces, the Crepe de Chine and various other
kinds that are always so popular with the great host of gift seekers. Hun
dreds of patterns are boxed and sent from this tine Silk Store every year.
Those who have gifts to buy for men will find the new Shirting Silks
interesting. But come and see for yourself, the display of NEW SILKS
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