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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, November 19, 1924, Image 2

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. ' \ . : ~ QUACKENBUSH & CO. TROY, N. Y. Holiday Linens for Your Thanksgiving Table Pure Linen Damask Oloths- Wi th napkins to match. Our special in 9 bC'autiful drsigns. Sen-iceable quality. ~atiny finish. 2x2 nl. cloths .............. $5.50 2:x2 ~~ yd. cloths ............ $7.50 2x3 vd. cloths .............. $8.50 22x22 napkins, doz .......... $&.5G Bleached Da.mask~ lTnequalled for wear. Two good val- urs ................ $2.50-$2.89 yd. 21 in. napkins to match, doz., .. $7.50 Heavy Linen Damask ........ $3.00 yd. Scotch manufacture, 72 in wide, in unusm1l designs. Lon-wraring qual- ity. Irish Linen Da.mask .......... $2.69 yd. 70 in .. with fine satiny fillisl1 and srrv- iceahl0 quality. A varirty of choice clrsigm. Splendid value. Hemstitched Dinner Sets- Odd Lots- Linen cloths and napkins, made up from discontinued patterns-are of- fered in this sale at very substantial savings. Many of the cloths have napkins to match. Graham's Scotch Linens- $10.50 cloths now . 1'. .......... $8.50 $12.00 cloths now ............. $9.50 $12.00 napkins now ........... $9.50 $13.50 napkins now .......... $10.75 Flemish Linens- $12.50 cloths now ............ $10.00 $15.00 cloths now ............ $11.50 $15.00 napkins now .......... $11.50 Brown's Shamrock Linen- FinP Irish clamask pattt•rn cloths with napkins fo match. Features to Be Broadcast By WGY During the Corn- ing Week. Ii~riri'ani:is Bleecker Rull, Albany. .S:tl() p.m.~Orgun recital t;yJ). FRIDAY> November Zl- F'rank Sill Rogers, playing at S 7:45 p.m.-Health Talk, New York P~te1\s Episcopai· church. State Department of Health. '1::3() p.m.-Service of ·First Churc 8 :00 p.m.-Drama, \Thirty Days,h o.f Christ, Scientist, Schenectady, by. Thomas and Hamilton, p1•esented ~:<l,O p.m.-Program by Symphop by W-OY Players; music by WGY OJ.'Qh<'lstra, Joseph Knecht, conducto• orchestra. b:i:Qadcast in co-operation with WJ~ l'0_:30 p.m.-Mus~al program by frnm the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, N11 M11ttte--Stoclrnrd, ·soprano, and WGY- Y'nrk. ·- · - ~ orchestra. ~IONDAY, November 24- . , · TE;U}l.SDAY, November l!O- SATURDAY; Nove:rnbEr 22- '1:45 p.m.-Song recital by - ~'ht,) 6:30 p.m.-\'Dinner music by Hotel 1 :45 p.m.-Football game, play by LJQyd, tenor, assisted by Edw~ Te~: 4 ~Y;.~.T;°~~ 0 t 1 ~!fl'by L. L. Hop- e~~~' Harvard vs. Yule, at New Ha- ~~~is~iolinist, a~d Olliei G. Yettrt~'. kins, assistant librarian, General 9 :30 p.m.-Dance rnus'k by Phil T'UESDA Y, November 25-- Electric company. R<>mano's orchestra, New Kenmore '1:45 p.m.-Drama talk; 8:00 p.m.-One hour studio pro- Hotel, Albany; football results; pop- IJ::!.10 p.m.-Dinner music by Hot gram. ula.r scngs. T-en Eyck Trio, Albany. ··; 9:00 p.m.-Near East Relief Gold- SUNDAY, November 23- 8:()0 p.m.-Program by Caryl J\far'r · en Rule dinner from New' YQrk; 11:00 a.m.-Service of St. Peter's shall, soprano, and WGY orchestrr weeches bv Cha1'1es Evans Hughes, Epi· l h h Alb b 11 \'0 m ·Organ recital by St< : Chief Justice William Howard Taft, scopa c urc •· any, sermon Y: :.. P· .- ' the Rev. Charles C. Harriman. phen E. Boisclair, from Proctc : Elihu Root, Cleveland M, Dodge and 3:40 p.m.-Program by WGY sym- lfarmanus Bleecker hall, Alban:; ·Henry Morgenthau. phony orchestra Leo KUwen ctin- WEDNESDAY, November 26-'\ 1 1 11:30 p.m.-Or~an recital by Ste- ductor· A. o. Cogge.sh.all .. te.n~r so- 1):30 p.m.-Adventure story fror P.hen E. ~oi:sclan\ from Proctor's .Joist. ' ' ' · Youth's Companion . ··-~- - ---- - UNDER.WEAR for Women and Children Cotton Union Suits Women's Suits · Misses' Suits· Boy's Suits $l.so· $1.25 $1.25 Silk and Wool Union Suits Dutch Neck, Elbow Sleeve, Ankle length. Low Neck, No Sleeves.Knee length, all styles $3 u11111111111111111111111m1111111111111r1mu111111111111u1111u111111U1m11ouoo11w111mw11HrtUu1m1wuoo11111111W11U1tullJ11Jtst11111nt1u1u1111111111111111m11111u11mn~a11111:111u11mumww1uuw11u1111111uu11mmuu1nm1u111uu1LL SILK AND WOOL HOSE ~x~ vu. C'lothR .............. $7.50 Fim' linl'n 1lamask in lll'WPRI pattrrm ~x2 1 :. nl. C'loths ............ $9.50 I with () llirnwr siz1' llf'mstitrhrd nap- ~x:l ,:i1: cloths .............. $11.75 i:. .... k.·i·n•~ .......... $•l•0--$--•1•2--$ ..... 15--$ .... 1.6 .• 5.0 ........ ~~.>x•·~.;2 .. 11•11r•i•k•in•~•.•d 1 •n•z• .• ·•·•· .... ·•· •.•. $•8•.5•0 .. .-I Large assortment in all shades 98c IUIUIDlllllllllllllllJlllUlllllJJl.llllllllllJIJ!lllll111111111Htll!lllllllllltlltlllllllllllllltUlllJJlllllllllnm1111111111u1111111111111n!lllllflllll1IUUHllllUllllllll1llllUlllllUlllllltliJll11llJ:;lllllllU1\ !IUlllUlllU1111lJUUlllllU11111UUlllllllllllllUlllllllll KOSY KID SLEEPING GARMENTS --· 'THE PIWPl.E .. ~· THE t<T.\TE llF si:w! Ynrk dooeas~d; I ('ounly, ii,. 17th dny of No.-om· I Price 98c and $1.25 Size 3 to I 0. cnrummmmm1u111mm11m11111u11111111111111u11111111111111Un1111n111111111111111111111111n11111111111111111u11n1111ui111111n1a11m11•1u11m1111111111n111111111n1n111111111mmmmiai11mtr1nmrmunumJJT1lJUlUUill•mwwwuuzap WOOL GLOVES A complete line in, black and [olors 50c to $1.58 ENSIGN ' s ~l\1WU4i&\\\\\\\.\YUDA.\~-.~~~hii~\\\\\'--~..#..w~~\Y~\l\i.~DHNUA!&\'\\\\\\-'.~it11~ I Greatest Sale of all the Year~ 1 Irving-Edwin Month in Glens Falls IRVING EDWIN CO. Five Years of Faithful Service GLENS FALLS, N. Y. Starts s:oo Sharp Tomorrow Morning Starts 9:00 Sharp · Tomorrow Morning DRESSES COATS The materials--:-plaids, check vdours, flannels, poiret sheen, poiret twill, canton crepe, georgette charmeuse, satin face c,anton, glom, crepe bad $atin. The colors: Black, Brown, Rust, Brick:, Midnight Blue, and Navy-All fl the newest shades of the season. - The Sizes 16 to 44 and 42 1-2 to 53 1-2 I $8 .. 44 $12.44 $17.44 GIRLS' WINTER COATS 'Trimmed with Bever- ette and Mandell ~ur Collars and Cuffs lined &nd interlined, sizes 2 to 14. $5.34 '$7.34 $11.34 Wool, Velour, Plaids, Bolivia, Chinchilla, in- dividual models and Sample Coats. The materials: Kerami, Matonia fabric, Chevone, Regona, Marvella, Bolivia, Downywool, including Charnovel, Mokine, Roide Laire.-The colors: Cranberry, Oxblood, Shutter Green, Penny, Saddle Cinnabar, Henn.a, Bunny, Taupe, Navy ·and Black. 'Fhe Furs Mink, Marmot, Muskrat, Beaver, Oppossurn, Natural Squirrel, Skunk, and black Wolf, Tibbotine and Fox-the smartest Furs, every woman who has not yet selected a Winter Coat is repaid by waiting for this sale. The sizes: 16 to 46, ~ Sii.84 s19 .84 's24.84 _ j GIRLS' DRESSES I~ Velvets, Crepes, Serges, Sizes 6 to 16 § ~ Mixtures, Jerseys '·\ $6.$4 $4.84 $3.84 HO·SIER Y UNDERWEAR ERO.ADCLOTE :BI.OUSES Tailored, White and. LADI&S' COTTON HOSE Cordovan and Black 24c .. CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS and SOCKS 1 Specially Priced for This Sale LADIES' CHILDREN'S Pantelettes Flannelette Gowns Flannelette :&loomers Union Suits Vests and. Pants Chemises Pajamas Fleeced Lined Union Suits \Velastic'' Fleeced Lined Vests and Pants Pajamas 34c 64c 94c Colored ................................. . $1.74 LA.DIES' SWEA 'TERS Brushed Wool, Silk and Wo<>l, $2.74 $4.74 Knitted and Bobby Coats ..... . LADIES' G'.LOVES SCARF SETS

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