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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
HIS CLOTHES, BUT IS
Millionaire Is Irate Because He
I Had to Pay Duty on His
M iWftotljr prone- milllMiaira mee
te retire at Itllhl witliuiit at levet nnr
Us of pajamas, or to rite next morn
In without n rar.or ami .1 shoving brvmh
lsM.1v. That 1 what bM aainoy 1 P'rank
Jay Qoiild M Kiotly that to-ilay he o
dMed to pay duty OK all hla flf'.een
tsuaka and Ave i i r ,. uf hand hacnut.
mmt than take ;he matter Itvto the court
a fcara the duty refunded on tha
reund that, though he la an American
ettlaen. ha la a non-raaldant.
Since ' ha landed BVtday from tha
Vesvoe Mr, ClouM has had only one
miserable 1150 ault of clothes) to wear
a elmple ault of business aray. H
hasn't had hta pajama, hla bstli roba
or Ma toUet article. It was perfect
nuisance, for all hta dunnage (being a
partactly proper English wurd for lug
ca waa In the M-prnlsere' rtforee.
where It was hold after Ua eeliure by
Collector Ijo1i'b hireling boaua Mr
Oould hadn't offered U pay any duty,
Barly to-day Mr. kuld'a attornay,
appeared at the Appraiser' Htore with
tha Gould valet end announced that aa
boob aa th ajooda had been examined
ad appraleetd he nouM peiy tha duty,
protein, after which he would ap-
You will tone up your
system and feel better for
taking, in the morning, glass of
Beat Remedy for
peat to the customs officials In Weah
Inxlon. Failing to secure retires thare
he promised to take the cae to the
l'nlted .States circuit "urt. The Gould
valet, w ho MOWS every piece of wear
ing lp par I In the Gould trunk and
bajnFi .-.ti,l h did not thlnl; there would
ba rtlOfn tl.an 2,IU worth of goods on
Which duly would have to he paid.
Matt of ib! consists of Mm. (Jould'a
fond ,11 made gowns for Mrs. Gould,
too. hat been r.llhout a ehnnio of Hp
pnrel SlnO the bn agree ' soiled.
When Mr. Gould returned to America
last Max all Kooilf tete entered duty
tree upon hie declaration that he was
11 nun-reSldint, (hat he did not Int nd
to Open hit town boast ami that he ca
pe 1 ted to return In a few daya to
ttropti taking hi CI everything he hod
Whan the Krone docked Friday Mr,
and Mr OoWlOi together with Mra
Ghuhl'e th raj sIMrrs. the Mlaaea Ifetlle,
Maliel nml Tilly Klly, had thlrty-al
plrce of 1 lignite. Nothing waa dc
Ota fad for dutv, To a friend on the
ptOff Mr, Gould made a chance remark
I hat he a. PfCltU1 to ipopen hla to wn
house. No, m fifth avenue. Thla, ar
aordlaf to Collector Ixteb, dlaprorad hla
assertion that he, waa a non-resident,
and all hla baggage waa aelaad, Tha
tMMtaage of the Mlaaea Kelly waa an
ttred, aa thay are not Americana
'Ho far aa I am concerned, tha mat
ter l closed," aald Collector Ioeb. 'I
hava daoldad Mr. Gould la not a noa
reeldent and ba will hara to pay duty.
Than ha nan do aa ha wtahee about
going into court."
Mr. Gould la stopping with hla atater,
Mlaa Helen Gould. In Tarrytowa.
PHONE LITIGATION ENDS
Va S. Independent Ilreoor to Far
l.oaes SI.BOO.OOO BJa- Leara.1 re.
ROOl I IvSTW H , N, T., Oat 7. Tha lone
litigation over tbo United Statao Inde
pendent Telaphono Company loaaog waa
oompromleed to-day. Ties amount paid
10 aattle tha IS) eutta now on tha Su
preme Court calendar la al, 600, 000, about
ft per cent of tbo total amount I oat by
Invent, os In U. tt. I. T. bonds, whtob waa
12.000,000. Thla money will ha oontrtbuted
by the director of tha company who
Include Oeorae Ess roan, Hiram Klhley,
ll-nry A. Strong, Thomas W. fin u cane,
.in nice S. Watson, the estates of Bugeno
tsutterlea and Albert O. Fann, all of
Itxx'heater; William H. Pejte of Near
York, the estate of William F. Nolker
of M, Iiuls, Mo., and others.
Tha a torney for the investors will re
ceive the h1ggeat faea ever paid In local
ItUnUOfl. TJndar the terma of their
contract with the Investors they will
receive t&7,.00n. Uornard Greerrfelder. a
St. Ixuls a.torney. will receive lUO.nnoo
of thle anmunt and the remaining ,.'
goes to Jainea M. O'Urady and Blrklsre
I,. Adams of Roohaated and Now York.
Out of their fees those three lawyers
will have to meet the fees of Judge
I Alton 11. Parker of New York and John
I Doimoad of ihls city, trial counsel.
AMATEUR FISHERMAN LAY
ALL NIGHT IN BOAT, SEASICK.
Just let Hfc Craft Drift Till
Dawn, When He Was
Jacob Kafarpngel, a vary Mnstinr
tlsherman. whose home la at Ona Hun
Ired and Sixtieth street and Third ave
MMi hired a bunt at OstWtttt tsharf,
HHaopobaad Hay. at 4 o'clock jeaterday
afternoon and put eut to fish alona
out In the channel there waa a heavy
nw-ll and Kafarpoael arew vary sick
Ha lay down In the linttom of the
boat, ao wak he could not raise hla
head, and allowed the tiny ahall to
drift where It would. Whan darknaaa
name ha tried to row toward Scotland
Mglit, but ha felt the alckneas grow
on him and he abandoned all effort
At dawn this morning Charts Adam,
a luhater fisherman of Atlantlo High,
lands, N J., rama acrosa Kafarpogcl'a
boat drifting attnlesaiy tan miles south
eaot of Kent land Light. The amateur
ftaheeman waa delirious from fright and
mal da mar, Adams towed him to Soot-
land tJghtshlp and thence Kafarpopal
waa tranaferred later In tha day to tha
harbor auparvlaot'a boat Snout Ma
waa landed at Bandy Muok, daaad and
till vary weak.
'Xafarpotal aald oofero ha toft tbo
Hook for home rla the railroad that If
ba ever sot safely baoh In the Bronx
bo would never to fishing again no,
not even with a crowd.
CAN'T KEEP POLICE OUT.
Ostrgs Maator'a Doormaa la Oaart
Baeaaaa Ha TvloS To.
Jerry Pollard, doorman of Ooorgo
Haotor'a raataurant. was to-day put un
der IS0O bonds to keap tbo peaoe for six
month beeauoa of hla aatVsn In ualng
a revoOvlng door to pioroM tnopactor
Dwyer and other policemen from enter
ing eh raataurant to orund tha curfew
Maglsttate Butts aald the police al
ways bad tha rlaht to enter any public
place. Inspector Dwyer aald bo had bcn
I ordered by Oommlaelonrr Waldo to send
1 hla man Into evwry restaurant Whluh en
' tertaln cuatomeri after 1 o'clock and
j announce to those present that It 11
after hours and thay must go bonis.
GREATQf o25C SALE
I gjaw DT9 f BAStUrairas gsw
I sssw!RW. V" msjr M'ct i,Trr ' a.nr r- BBTv1bsW I
lgBiTt-! ! e or one any three grecerie. a etfJJJV 1 Tj lP
I saaViUrW limgasyotirpuri'liase amounts togjc aWje I
YOUR CHOICE OF THREE
AflbP Condenswd Milk 3 cans
Apple Jelly 3 tumblers
Boll Head Catsup .3 bottles
French Mustard 3 Jars
A fliP Salad Dressing 3 bottles
Fancy Head Kks 3 pounds
A flP Buckwheat 3 packages
A(kP Pancake Flour 3 packages
Puffed Wheat 3 packages
BflsO Molasses 3 cans
AfliP Pickles (Mixed, Gherkins or
Chow Chow) 3 bottles
Manxanllla Olives 3 bottles
Prunes (65 to the pound) 3 pounds
Evaporated Peaches 3 pounds
Campbell's Soups 3 cans
Seeded Raisins 3 packages
Layer Raisins 3 pounds
Sliced Peaches 3 cans
Grated Pineapple 3 cans
Mustard Sardines 3 cans
Cohoes' Salmon, No. Hcan 3 cans
Grape Juice 3 bottles
F. A. Potted Beef 3 cans
Paprika 3 cans
This Is Your
First of the f A
Season, s Ih. IVC
Extra Stamps witu Teas Cottees
2f Stomps 7',Vh Saltsss CoHss Mc 40 Stsaiss wits I Ik. Tss tc
25 Stampi 7YbhAmhrossCoflce 17c M Stamps with Ilk. Tea Mc
30 Stsmps 7'tVI El-Vysd Coflte Uc 75 Stsmps with 1 Ik. Tss sic
with 1 can A & P
She'll Try to Fl njoon rm Vp.
Mis Huth Law. who Is flying at Oak
wood Heights, H. I., will seek to break the
woman a altitude record next Saturday
afternoon at the Aeronautical Society's
tournament In honor of the officers and
aallora of the fleet Tha altitude record
for women Is now g.MX) feet Mlaa Low
expects to make It 1,0000 feet.
4 A A &C Stamps!
JLW FREE S Baking Powder. 50c
The Sreat ATLANTIC & PACIFIC Tea Co
tOO Sttm h Ms U. I. Tssss Wsss fcx tks eSttrssstrtss Dftrrtsl Owl)
WE MOVE. WE THE HUDSON HAY IMPORTING
COMPANY ABE MOVING FROM OUR 23D STREET
STORE. WE HAVE CLOSED ON A 1800,000 LEASE
AS PER ANNOUNCEMENT IN ALL PAPERS.
OUR SPECIAL REMOVAL SALE PRICES SPEAK
58 inch lonir Persian Lamb Coats 40. . . 200
so inch long Persian Lamb Coats soo iso
52 inch loiii Bison (dyed muikmt) Coats $4i5. . . .1125
51 inch Iouk Arcadis Seal Coats $150. . . . $7$
52 inch long Black Moire Pony Coats $100 S50
52 inch kuif; Marmot ( oats 81 W. . . . 960
52 inch long Caracul Moiro Coats $150. . . . $75
52 inch long Babied Squirrel Coats
c advise all intending fur buyers to come early for
liettcr selection! and to avoitl the afternoon crowds
that arc sure to attend.
HUDSON RAY IMPORTING CO.
20 Mink Stoles 100
$150 Mink Stoles Pi0
$100 Mink Stoles $50
$125 Black Lynx Stoles, $75
875 Rlack Lynx Stoles. $45
$50 Pointed F Stoles $30
$75 Hlack Fox Stoics. $50
$40 Black Fox Stoles. . $20
$50 Black Wolf Stoles $30
Black Wolf Stoles. . $20
$35 Blue Wolf Stoles. $14
aj. Snlilc.1 Raccoon
$40 Natural Raccoon
$200 Mink Muffs $100
$150 Mink Muffs $75
$75 Mink Muffs $40
15 Blank Lynx Muffs.. $60
$75 Black Lynx Muffs... $40
850 Pointed Fox Muffs. $30
$75 Black Fox Muffs. . . . $50
$50 Black Fox Muffs. ... $30
$80 Wolverine Muffs. ... $35
$40 Black Wolf Muffs. . . $20
$35 Blue Wolf Muffs... $13
$28 Sabled Raccoon
$40 Natural Raccoon
Men's Fur and Fur Lined Coats
35 mid Natural Km cum Csstl.i.ff 5
60 $7j Natural Raccoon Coats.. . . (50
100 fs ChsuNsur Costs 16
$8.1 Men)i Pill Lined roots. .
$H.i Men's Pill USSO Costs,
0200 Men's Pul Lined Coats.
Nothint: Will Be Removed From Our
23d Street Store to Our New Building
Hudson Bay o
America's Largest Pur Store
salk at 26 West 23d Street JSt
At Sixth Avenue
STORE FOR WOMEN
The New Order of Things Is Begun
Today Thousands of Women Have Endorsed Our Policy and Applauded
Our Values The First Day of the New Regime Spells Success
We may be pardoned for this enthusiasm for it was communicated to
us by the thousands of women who thronged this NEW-old store from
the time the doors opened this morning. Delight and satisfaction were
expressed from the lips of all at the magic transformation of the store
its newness, brightness, convenience, comforts, at the wonderful beauty
of the merchandise its quality, style and low price. AND ABOVE
ALL at the idea that here at last was a big, modern, up-to-date,repre-sentative
institution devoted exclusively to everything for women to
wear and for personal use.
For Tomorrow Another Budget of Introductory Values
The Best Women's Suits e aA
Ever Made to Sell for 15-0U
If you are a keen shoppar, if vou are a real jude of value, if you know materials, tailor
ing, fit, linings, etc., you will realio that thrse suits fall nothing short of the reKular
$2 S standard elsewhere. These suits are custom man tailored of the season's most
fashionable fabrics rough diagonals, men's war serge and Cheviot superbly
styled, faultless fitting and smoothly finished with cord edge binding. Kor those
who do not favor strictly tailored suits there is a magnificent collection of dressy
models to choose from. All lined with Skinner's satin.
Extra Special 200 Magnificent
Dressy Trimmed Hats 5.00
A millinery sensation If ever there was one for here Is an assemblage of hats that have
no peer nor equal for less than S10 or fl2. Custom made soft and stiff effects in a
glorious array of grseeful and becoming models, designed after the latest Paris pattern
hats, faithfully reproducing all the chic of the originals. Beavers, plushes, velvets,
hatters' silk plush in all colors with gorgeous trimmings of ostrich fancies, bows, rib
bons, ornaments, etc.
This Store will soon be known for the best and
most stylish $5 Women's Shoes in the world.
The "IVichert" $5 Shoes
The limitless range of styles presented in "VVichert's" S5 footwear makes It possible
to wear them with every manner of costume then1 STS snoss, oxfords and slippers fur
every occasion for street, dress and evening; wear.
The essential beauty of "Wichert's" 15 shoes is not a surface beauty it is moulded
and hand lasted into every line and curve.
They conform with the elasticity of a glove to every foot they fit as though made to
individual measure thev shape the foot, but do not pinch or warp.
Master craftsmen skilled in the art of shoe designing and construction have expressed
in "Wichert's" ss shoes the highest development ot shoe making.
No such Shoe value
ever known at
Tan Russia Calf. Black Calfskin and Patant Leather . worth $3.00
Here's a money's worth that has no parallel in shoe value giving. These shoes are made
with high Cuban heels, welted soles, neat narrow toes. ALL SIZLS and WIDTHS.
300 Hand Embroidered
Actual 3.50 to 7.1)0 Valuaa
Never have you seen such waists ss these under 3.50 and many of them never less
than 7. SO. Made of the very finest quality pure linen, exquisitely put together s
dozen different models, with blouse or frill front, hand embroidered in the daintiest
floral designs and border effects soft or stiff collars and cuffs.
Perfect $2.00 Corsets
Net a cheap ooraM fcjr any
mparts atmnly an txtranrilt
nan- Mjr valu to qulrkl? n
troditra this davartrnfrnt.
Mii.' of whita brocaila, top)
Irlmmafl with ayHat em
broidery hullata. H heaa
aup-portara. inorltum buat,
lone hip. For averr type fig
2.75 value 4.50
In pink ana white, tee of
Vst. luce, with hatiit or ere
let embroidery, rilihon run
olreiilar itrowsrs, with raffle
of Val. lace.
Half plnue and auiet.d. In
natural a ahlts. Valus I jv
50c Neckwear 25c
Fence "Itohesplerrs" collars
lixmlsettes and sleeves In
match. Venlse Dutnh collars
stocks. s. end Iso trim
med collars, linen tailored
Mookl. organd'x turnover
acts. DO different stylas.
gsavea covsred. vulcsnls.d
Mndlns. i, ,r.t , . '
braaa plata.l clamps and
sPATRICf AN SHOES S3. 50. tsj.ot and 15.00-
D1NE IN OUR RESTAURANT. Rth FLOOR
If you want to enjoy a dainty luncheon, popular prlca. quick sanrla. and hear Mile. lliilulaiSSS
Cantarrlll and Mist Maria BsWo In Grand Opera selections with Nahan Pranko'i Orcheatrs. EaaerstS
t GTT,t- af) S. c-. a Z
m aksj cf stMfwm mj o m ssssw
UXTtf AVE.. 19 TO 20 'STREET.
I In Nc York's Shopping Center. asy to Reach from Everywhere.
4 Sales in Progress This Week
That Know No Precedent in Value Giving and
Are of Inter eat to Every Reader or Thit Paper
Oriental and Domestic Rug Week, Fourth Floor
Sale of the Newest Silks tt Big Savings, Main Floor
Furniture Week Continued, So All May Share. 5th FL
Our Annual Pure Food Show. Sixth Floor
Extraordinary Sale of
This beautiful (jerman Silver
Mesh Hag is not only practical, but
extremely artistic. Of course we art
the first to show it
A perfectly soft, smooth mesh
that dura uot rub again! the gown
guaranteed unbreaknble; in tht
new V shapr. with handsome
fringed endn, uDlircakalilr link
chain, estra long: 6 inches wide nml
H inches deep; beautifully chaneil
and engraved frame; reg- r .Xa
ular value, at Z.VD
e nnd It I
1 MaJnl lo.,.-1
1,000 Pairs $5 to 17.50
Tomorrow at only
Despite the fact that we have a tremendous stock
of curtains, we could not turn down this wonderful lot of 1,000
pairs, offered to us Ust Saturday. V bought at a remark
To turn them quickly into money, we have marked
them so cheap that every pair should be gone before
closing time tomorrow. Every pair perfect goods,
mounted on the best grade of French nets.
These Stylish Lsce Curtains Axe Included:
Marie Antoinette Paacl or Stoea Curtains
Maria Antoinette Home Fern me Curtains
Klahorate Carded Arabian Lace Curtains
Hand-maiie Linen finny Lace Curtains
Very showy :orded Krnaissaace Curtains
Ileauliful Iriah Point Lace Curtains
Tlieae anil others, Tuesday, at, pair
Don't delay I This lot of Curtains will go with a rush,
and llicy are values so unususl you won't want to mis them.
D res rth near.
Women's Stunning 25 to
$39.75 New Fall Suits
While 200 lent the
mim ...lit fat
pi aae iaai vwwr Sd VI,
To the suits that remain from
to-day's selling we have added shout
100 from our own stocks (equal values in
every respect) to make to-morrow a
noteworthy day of suit selling. Be
sure to come as early as you can, for
seldom indeed can any store offer such
values at this season.
Til P. STYLES All the tutbenUc
models are included. Many are eiact
copies ol raris creations, eiaoorstviv
triinm-d suits on which rich silk
braids and velvet arc used. New
vest ee effects beautifully embroidered
suits, striking new funce backs, braid
ed edge, plain tailored, new collar,
some embroidered, some fasten with
pretty frogs; all the correct coat
lengths, straight or cutaway; newest
model, high girdle skirts.
The colors include all the Fall
shades, ami every size from 34 to 55 inch
bust, assuring all a becoming model.
These suits are
man - tailored
suit is lined with
Peau de Cygne or
teed satin. They
are elegantly fin
material is in
wear MfflM "n,l
wide wale fabrics.
1 5 Lace Blouses
WE have the week's sur
prise in this offering. Go
where you will, you cannot bay
these waists for less than M OO.
5 r SeeaaS Usee.
New, smart and up-to-date
model, the material is fine
white embroidered net or all
over lace, tii.de in a very
smart side effect, trimmed
with large crochet buttons,
rest of plain net, collar finish
ed with turn-uvrr ami black
velvet bow. A one-day op
portunity we hope you will
not rei- IT SeroaS Men.
Sale of Shadow Laces and Nets
A BIG Durohate from a leading importer enables us tomake this important offer
now when shudow Inees ore so much in demand by all fashion followers.
These are the counter ssmple pieces, the outer folds, a dlti'lfr JR
little soiled. PUt otherwise all are in perfect condition.
MneM, eomtilnailon eats PS I m Sf
Cowhide Suit Cases
p'?. . saed qusiiiv. h., , y 1 f.X
S?W..hj2' ' "" si rspa all JH
lined, .hire uockst. f' value
Of biaek metre rlbban srtth
flllseee set rhlnaetnne elide,
snd swlsl. . SO value.
German Silver Mesh
t'nbreeJkable mean. in t.
rremr. plain or enlrava.t.
YdT Shadow l.acca up to f
nchca wide in botn white and
ecru. .Many nesigns m mmm
from, very desirable for pleatings
Jabots and ide frilN and for trimming cbsrmeuae araaaes,
values ut to Silt- verd; special at 13c.
Yd. Shadow I area up to 12
in. wide: beautiful designs;
some of whiedl fo't to import as
high a I Of ysrtl. Iiimlei itiaa-
... , ... 1 ..... I
ity in tiolu wtnte mm scrui vhiuii ap
At 25 c
Simpson Crawford Co., Sixth Ave.
Yd. 75c and l Shadow All -overs:
about SU pieces to sell at this price
and in a variety of choice pstterna.
are in both ecru and white: these
are the imported kinds that never sold under 75e aad
11.00 yard, at 4Sc.
Yd. Shadow All-over Nats,
made in Calais, Prance; HO inches
wide; in a variety of handsome
designs, white ami ecru; these
nets you know are much in deuiaud; limited quantity
for to-morrow's selling at SSc yard, values SI. SO and S1.S8.
lth to 20th St. In New York's Shopping Center.
Pehece Tooth Taste. . .
Ulc, Nail Buffers
Tstloar's Fats Powder.
1 lb. Bottle PeroslSe.
KleJn Theatrical Craam.
Dr. I-ray'a Nail Powder
Deroaa Roeka and Ere
KJmeae Dr.s. Hblalds
Haw ua Supporters...
Don't Miss It!
j A New Fall Fashion Suppplement
Edited by May Manton
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