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TH1 IVEITINO WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1012.
Some of the Men and Things the Artist Saw
On a Visit to the Warships in the Hudson
eAtrMMOe Cjoritxxble (fe Co.
ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, Oct. 9th, 10th & llth
A Sale Extraordinary
Their First General Sale of the Fall Season of 1912
For months this Sale has been in course rf preparation, the greatest care having been given to the
selection of the articles presented. Every Dry Goods department will be represented, offering only
high grade Standard Merchandise of the very latest and most fashionable kinds, every article, without a
single exception, made for this season's selling, perfect in every respect, no manufacturer's seconds.
The remarkably impressive prices cannot fail to be unusually pleasing and satisfactory to
the keenest judge of merchandise and values. The following are a few of the items offered :
JOIN WAR FLEET
IN HUDSON TO-DAY
and Wyoming Take Their
Places in Line.
? ArWisa and tha Wyomlint, bis
as M mar powerful and mar ugly
lhtr than tti Utah and tha Fiorina,
f t hattlhlp llat laat yasr. rrt ri-
)aBed In tfealr plaoca In tha Una of tha
wnMin fleet In tha Hudson to-day. I
Til oold weaihsr thii morning kept !
lwn tha number of eWlllan vlaltora
from abor and tho icur1'n hoata
did aMai oualnaaa Kvary sa'lor In th
wti aouM cat Hbarty took it
on a of tbam bad a autillma faith
I aomobow or othar ha could nK Into
l Orounda for th flret nmi of
Jp aarlaa: If tha worat
I thay hoprd to M
thait would overlook a4
af tha (rounda.
Th ailuadtnv of excursion boau s
ee e tka atrtot rulaa aatabllahad by
Pa at Daaaatipant worried th nt
rewerday. Word cam aahor
Wtm 4t p Oanaactlcut that tha
th llnama No. UB waa carry.
man tfcan tha thirty paaaanfar
aa bar aapacltv on th pennant
4t Wr ihww. A dock department
sW HH ant and gathered In No.
w tha Auruat m owned by
tMaa eh craft waa la
at tha Flfty-aeventh atreet
I deb era from further aaaa-
araund the fleet.
rlvar prnls a warlike
Th flrat squadron of tan
waa reinforced ytrdt
Florida, which lor theouatb
' la bar (tattoo off One Hundred
HtlU othar new
tha ho pit a ahtp Unlace
r Orion, and treat now
U moblllsatloa la
Plata, there will b
I wlMflr aeaoa eaten of a ray hulka
tha renew f Mwody and
T faolUUf th great Meet
to aaa Tuaaday aa as bar go
wtB be lead t ahlpptag fraaa Bedloe .
aWd to VVjrt Waahlagloa, thtt being
to at a oanf ra between Ft ear-
Oat rhau. in command of th
flaat, and tha local ntrtalnmnt oom
mitt. Prom 10 o'clock thai morning
until after President Taft haa seen th
laat af u twnty-thre big flghtar
fp paat the Hudson will b given up
eciulvly to th warahlpa
AOMIRAL AND MAYOR IX
Th effli-u weloona to the mn-ofw
war began yeaterday Rear-Admiral Os
erhaua and hla staff landed t Twenty
third street nd were vsoorted to City
Mall where they called upon the Mayor.
Phorlly afterward Mayor Qaynor nd
PoUo Commlsataner Waldo returned th
aH, being recetv.nl w'th ceremony on
the quartsr dack of the flagship Con
aaotUtu In th afternoon f.noo and offi
cer attended an sxnlbltlun baseball
am between the OlaiiU and Uia Htirh
lundar at the Polo Orounda. All th
float was there, from the Hear Admiral.
b tnrw tha Itrat ball, to th Ulab'
. ol goat which tried to milk a ninal
off jH and nearly hucceaded.
' now until Saturday, when tti
' ' oi ii.. 1 1.. J..-...,,, beylna with a bbj
I ind rar of seaman followed by a
emokrr at the Hotel Aator. ihere will be
bithltig to prevent the public from ;.v
'"'$ Its fill ijI snip vlalllng. The vessels
MM kptag open haisM awHy from 1 to
I ' I' M.. aud au far Iber have ben
P"ft.cii!ly ao ou iplaint of over-
'saaae aw, Wwap
asBsMad b M
fsra from shore to shin and back
Ohairtnan of the Naval Committee of
th Mayor Committee, at No. IflO
ilroadesy, not la tor than P M
Wedneaday. Oct. t. All application
wiuat be In writing end contain name
of tike v0 and Its cnpa-lty All
ppl!onta will b furnlahed with
hart and prlnUd reariilatlor.
AIRSHIP HAS A KITCHF.fr
AND SLEEPING QUARTERS.
la a EUArief eaah way .h I no UckeLa.
Visitors will vr themselves o.mpll a
Uoaj h notlnic that their canieraa will
n't da equally ev rl o rne abnnril altlp.
Knap shotting la forbidden, and already
on th more p miliar ship an cdlrt baa
f' li" forth rwMUlrtnif all camera to be
depoallad on deck, Irfier Uiry remain
under the eya of auard until the
'tueutiea bln aa to wliuae camera la
whose when tha prepare to de
part. HOW PASSENGER SHIPS WAV
PARTICIPATE IN THE REVIEW.
I'll following formiil notUe lias ben
. ni out by th arriiKuinjii commlt-
on Monday, Oct. H. nil vessel ax
ryltig passenger desiring a plao to
Una following the veaael of t..e 8o
rataiy of the Navy un the oMVctal In-
BF.RiyiN. Oot. t- -Phe Orrmnn nvy
first ppalin aJrrhlp Mad a trlnl flight
vratarlay ovr C'oialanci at
The airahlp. with Ml l10 hor.powrr
amclnaa. I aald to b capable of krop
,ttt In the air for tw duy and a half
without a landing. Iter equipment. In
addition to w i telegraphy, a
arohllht and machine guna, Itidudo
a kltchrti. lnpl3..: bunka for the offi
cer and hamtiMctta fo the crew.
Attr her trial tho airahlp will take
tap her permanent station near Hamburg.
a Hon of the fleet In Ut inorntnT
must lie at a designated location not
Intel than .IS A. M . and will be per
mitted to follow the Mvrretary'i hlp
at a distance of at leaat one aaa
for th official Inapactlon of th
fleet by the President in lb aftar
nuoti tamra must be at a daabj
listed location at I I'. U.. and will
b permitted to follow th Preal
dant'a ablp at a dlatanre of at laaat
one eea Ml la.
Hteamera and yacht that Aaalr a
plac In thee llna must notify
Commodore It A. C flmlth. Vtca-
Powder Rapladeai BO Dead.
TAMPICO, Mexico, Oct. . Thirty
aeraoni were killed laat night a the re
mit of a powder explosion hr. A
warehouse In which
to red and several
A package makes 36 diah
STORAGE PORTERS STRIKE.
Many I a in 1 1 1 re t'aahle n Aprs
llamee mm a Result.
Mo'e than a hundred fHtnlllea return
ing to Ihr city from their aunimer home
have been unable to open their town
Mtabilblltflld baeaVUM of a strike of
the pottcra In the Bfwhdww Mtorage
Warehouse, owned by TbarndJl Hcllly, a
No mi Itroadway. To-day detail of
unttormad policemen under Capt
Thoinpnon of the tVet line Hundrad
and Twenty-fifth treet nation w
placed about the warehouse, at :he cor
ner of Broadway anl fine Hundred and
Thirtieth treet. to protect atrtke
tireakera. A wok ago the forty pirters In th
warehouse atnn-k, demanding recogni
tion of their union Relay refused to
treat with them on that basis Then
the real trouble brnan. Within an
hour llellly,wa called on the telephone
by some pj-tron who had Juet rtturaed
to the city, who demanded tbat his
household efforts he sent '.o hla apart
ment. Tboae ilemands became lnslbnt
as the day pasaed and returning Ha
lemltes wore compelled to remain In
hotels becauan of Itellly'a Inability to
deliver. Htrlk brrakera went to work
the powder waa
The Nervous American
The "Nervous American" is a type. You
know him. The doctors are all talking about
him. He is growing fast in numbers, and one
big reason is that the food he eats is not
properly adjusted to the needs of his body.
The statistics shown in the Government
Bulletin No. 142, Department of Agriculture,
show that he is eating too much energy-producing
food and not enough tissue-building
You use up five and a half times more of
your bodily energy than you do of your bodily
tissue. Therefore, your daily food should fur
nish you with energy and tissue-building
elements in the proportion of 5 'A to 1.
There are just two common foods that,
supply these elements in almost the ideal pro
portion. One is mother's milk, which makes
healthy babies. The other is properly cooked
oatmeal, which makes healthy boys and girls
and men and women.
You notice we said "properly cooked"
oatmeal The nutrients in oatmeal cannot be
assimilated by your system unless the oatmeal
you eat has been properly cooked.
You have two choices of oatmeul.
Chip is the raw oatmeal, which should be cooked
not less thun two hours arid a half, during which
much of the flavor is lost.
The other is H-O Oatmeal, which is steam-cooked
by a flavor-retaining process before you get it and
requires only twenty minutes' cooking in your kitchen.
Order a package from your grocr.
The H-O Company Ruf fdlo.N.Y
Miikt-rs ot H O, I on i- .in J Prle
A Remarkable Offering at the Season's
Newest and Most Fashionable Weaves
SATIN DE CHINE - jo Inch; black only.
Regularly 75c jrard, 00 (
ATIN DE CHINE -10 inch; pure dye, e
white, irsry and cream. Reg. ti.oo yard, OrtC
SATIN LIBERTY- j6 inch; high brilliant
lustre, black and , rory. Reg. Ii. 30 yard, lM
SATIN DUCHESS MOUSSELINE
36 inch; high luatre; white, i?ory and a
crMn- Regularijr f 2.00 jard, I . Z
SATIN DUCHESS MOUSSELINE
35 tneb; aoft finish; high luatre; ivory ,
and black. Regularly J 15 yard, 1 .0.1
SATIN DUCHESS 36 inch; black only;
high luatre ; aoft or heavy finish.
Regularly $2.00 varrt, ,,;
SATIN CREPE CHARMEUSE Double
width; extra fine quality; in the nawet
Fall coloring. Regularly 3.7S yard, J.bS
Extreme Values in This Season's Makes
TWEEDS AND CHEVIOTS 50 and 56
inch; Scotch effects; new Fall coloringa.
Regularly $1.50 yard, 9(Jf
Regularly $1.75 yard, 1.10
PLAIN WHIPCORD o inch; brown,
cadet, marine, navy and wine.
Regularly Si. 50 yard, 1.15
BLACK CHEVIOT- 42 inch; variety of
fancy weave. Regularly Si. 15 yard, Of
BLACK CHEVIOT 50 inch; especially
adapted for tailor suits. Reg. Si .50 yard, 95c
BLACK BROADCLOTH 50 inch; supe
rior imported quality; bright charmeuse
finish; sponged, ready for use.
Regularly S2.50 yard, 1 .75
COLORED BROADCLOTH - Imported;
Si inch; an unusually superior cloth of
high finish; shrunk; the season's most
fashionable shades. Reg. S2. 50 yard, 1.55
Fine Wool Blankets
Winter Weifht Fine Sanitary White Wool
SINGLE BED SIZE. Regularly S8.2S pair, 5.95
SINGLE BED SIZE. Regularly S9.00 pair, 6 .75
SINGLE BED SIZE. Regularly Si 1. 25 pair, 8.00
DOUBLE BED SIZE. Regularly So. 50 pair, 7.35
DOUBLE BSD SIZE. Reg. Sn.oo pair, 8.00
DOUBLE BED SIZE. Reg. Si 3.00 pair? 9.25
EXTRA LARGE SIZE. Reg. Si 1.50 pair, 8.75
EXTRA LARGE SIZE. Reg. Su.75 ptar, 9.35
U. B. ARM Y BLANKETS A limited num
ber of Regulation Army Blankets, as
adopted by the Government ; guaranteed
to stand ail tests ; suitable for robes, cov
ers, or regular blanket uses ; tan only. ,.
At the remarkably attractive price, 4.00
Well-Known Standard Brands of Well-
Known Standard Value
HEAVY HUCK TOWELS Hemmed .
RegulartyS3.ootoS4.75loni 2.50. 2.95. 3.50
HEAVY HUCK TOWELS
RoSularly$3.oototr7.5Odoit,2.50, 3.00. 5.95
OLD BLEACH HUCK TOW.
Regularly S7.00 to S8.jo down.S.OO. 6.00, 6.75
IRISH LINEN SHEETS Round thread;
eitra wearing quality;
Single or Twin Bad. Rag. S10.50 pair, 7.00
Double Bed Size. Reg. Si 1. 30 pair, 8.50
PILLOW CASES. Regularly Si.So pair, 1 .80
PILLOW CASES Fin embroidered.
Regularly S4.00 pair, 2.35
WOMEN'S TRAVELING BAGS Peal
black walrus; rivited in frame; leather
lined ; two long pockets ; light weigUi and
serviceable; 14, 13, 16 inch. Reg. 6.o 1 .50
MEN'S TRAVELING BAGS Real black
walrus ;sewed edges ; insid lock ; leather
lined; pockets large; sewed corner;
16, 17, 18 inch. Regularly $8.50 b (Ml
MEN'S TRAVELING BAGS -Black wal
rus; English sewed-in frame; extension
gussets; inside lock; sewed reinforced
corners; 16, 17, 18 inch. Reg. S10.50 ( .511
WOMEN'S HAND BAGS Black and col
ors, in s variety of styles snd leathers,
with BBeml and covered frames; also
purses with top aud back strips.
Regularly Sj. 50 and S4 011 1 .95
WRITF OR WONE OUR MAIL
ORDERS RiXH'.i: PROMPT
PHONE GRAMERCY SIM.
Damask Table Linen
A hand some line of pfttern for Round or Oval! sbles
iii yard'. Regularly S4 50 each, O.Ov
lUVs Tti. Regularly S6 00 each, 4.00
a vird. Regularly S6.75 each, 4.95
napkins Dinner sizes.
Hf uirrly $7.00 doren, TU
Cotton Sheets and Cases
Standard High-Ofadi Exceptionally Underpriced
Plain Ham. Hemstitched.
PILLOW CASES 45x38 ) 1 3c each 18c each
PILLOW CAL5ES 50x38' i 15c each 20c each
SHEETS -ojxog 18c each 58 C each
SHEETS - 7oo 53c each 63 C each
SHEETS -8ixg9 SSCeah F8t each
SHEETS oqxqq 63c each 73 C each
"VICTORIA" DUALITY, u yds. Full 1.65 piece
"ALEXAHLRIA" Quality. " " 1.45 piece
SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK jginchjour,
ownspcial ipieceof tjyardsfull) at 1.55
MERCERIZED COTTCN POPUNS
27 in. wide; very high lustre; in a com
plete !in" rf colors; including white snd
black ; MBaclalI suitable for children's A
dresses. Special price per yard 20f
Hosiery and Underwear
WOMLN b I-Lkt ihkE.L hlLK HOSE
--Gauze cr medium t.ilrl.t: I, lark
white, tan and colors; dcuble soles and
Barter welt. Reg. S1.75 lo S2.25 pair
WOMEN'S PL' RE SILK ESTS Swiss
ribbed; low neck; regular and extra
sizes; hand finished necks.
Regularly 2.25 each
WOMEJTS VESTS AND TIGHTS -
Mercerized; short and long sleeves;
knee or ami- length tights.
Regularly Si. 25 A Si. 50 each
FINEST 1'liKE SILK bHlRTS
For Fail Waari brigut satin stripes; neat
and novelty effects. Regulaily S5.00
SCOTCh MADRAS NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
- Excellent imported quality ; neat woven
stripes; plain fronts; laundered cults;
sizes 14 to 18. Regularly $2.00
BOHEMIAN NEGLIGEE SHIRTS-This
Fall's newest and best imported shirts;
woven Ktripes; stiff cuffs. Reg. S2.50
NEW FALL FLANNEL SKIRTS Entire
ly new patterns and ocUorltVlll separate
collur to match; medium weight.
Regularly J3.00, S3. 50
PLEATED NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
Fine count percales; neat stripes and
figures; full sized bodies. Reg. Si-50
FINEST MERCERIZED PAJAMAS -Soft,
lustrous and look like silk; best
make and trimmings. Regularly S2.50
MAMA.- AND MERCERIZED PAJAMAS
Woven and printed stripes; white and
every plain color; clover leaf frogs and
buttons. Regularly $1.50, S2.00
FINEST ACCORDION KNITTED TIES
- Plain colors; fancy and neat cross
stripes; pure silk hand frame styles.
FALL SILK NECKWEAR All newest
patterns, shapes and silks; plain effects,
stripes and figures. Reg. Si.oo, Si. 50
MEN'S GUARANTEED RAINCOATS
Newest Ian shades; rubberized fabric;
stylish models. Regulsrly S12.50
The Season's Latest Models
CHARMEUSE WAISTS Fancy long
sleeve model in newest cloth shades, q nm
Regularly S13.50 O.90
FANCY CHIFFON WAISTb Embroid
ered front, with dainty lace yokes. ..
Keulaily S10.00 u."0
CUIFFON WAISTS In cloth shades;
hand embroidered ; shadow lace trim- . ftW
B J. Regularly S7 50 T .HO
FRUNCH VOILE WAISTS hand em
broidered and Cluny lace trimmed; long one
sleeves. Regularly Ss. 00 uMo
SILK SHIRTS Light and dark striped
effects; for outing and street wear;
complete assottmeut of stripes und , , L
colors. Regularly S4.50 6.D5
NOTE The Oiiow wuis. M '. ttcotd floor.
Women's Glace Gloves
j CLASP Ovtr;;eam, tan, browu, beaver, ..
gray, black, v . :ite. Regularly Si .00 pair ZDC
j 16 BUTTON LBNOTH White, black and . ,
chainpani . Rtgularly $3.00 pair 1 .fjO
n BUTTON LBNOTH White only. (J
P.egularty S3 7S Pir i,o
. Women's Apparel
The Most Approved and Latest Models
of the Season; Every Gnrmtnt Fresh
from the Workroom for This SaL;
TAILOR SUITS of English Cheviots Wide wale . m
vrv chic model; new length coat, braid bound;
niftiest type of workmanship; nsvv, n
black and oxford. Regulsrly S37.50 ('.)"
TAILOR SUITS Imported two-toned Cordui'
three choice models; rich Fall nn ...
tones. Reg. S4S.00 A S; .8 on OO.uU. TO.O
COATS of French Broadcloth For day or evrni'
wear; two high class models; latest fashionat
shades and black. ,, .
Regularly S30.00 & S37 S0 .w.OU. -
DRESSES OF CHARMEUSE Fourchoiceoiode
new draped skirts; navy, black and tau
For Mourning Wea
DRESSES of Work crepe de chine,
crepe trimmed. Regularly S10.00 &A
TAILOR SUITS of black English whip
cord; high class model; strictly r) .
tailored. Regularly Sjz.jo T.ul)
RAINCOATS of Priestley's Rosebcrry
newest black fabric; two most ap- . .
proved models. Reg. Si 2.50 ft S14. 00 1 Ma
Misses' and Children's
Fall and Winter Apparel
Smnrt Models for Home and School a7sr
DRESSES OF SERGE Four different I.
models; attractively trimmed; blue and
..n Re.lari,t.7IftS1,.oo13 75 lg 00
DRESSES OF METEOR - For afternoon
wear; two choice models; black and
colors. Re, Baa oo ft S24.S- 1S 0017.50
EVENING DRESSES Meteor and Chif
fon; smart simple model ; also of Meteor
with lace trimmed waist and new draped . c
skirt ; delicate colors. Regularly S26.50 lD.OU
OUTING COATS High class ; 111 en
double faced woolens. Regularly Si;. 00 IU.OU
EVENING COATS - Satin, Marabout
trimmed; handsomely lined; black and - nn
delicate shades. Regularly $35.00 CO.UU
CHILDEBN'S DRESSES of Serge-Ture
choice styles ; attractive colors and com
binations; 4 to 14 years, .-a... 1 n en
Beg. S7 50, Sio.go, S14 00 0.75 J. la IU.OU
CHILDREN'S COATS of Imported Chin
chillaBlue, brown, gray; sizes 4 to if
years. Regularly S13. 50 O.fO
GIRLS' COATS of light gray Diagonal
Chevron Velvet trimmed; dressy -try nn
model; sites i) to 17 year. Reg.S17.so l.UU
JUNIOR COATS of Im-orted Chinchilla -New
roll collar: belt at back; full length;
gray, brown, black; sites 15, 17, ig Qm
years. Regulsrly S18.00 10.00
Si 3.00 11.75 4,
OSTRICH FEATHER BOAS
full flue; black, whit and natural;
36 inches long. Regularly :
4S inches long. Regularly 17.50 14.95
MARABOUT AND OSTRICH COLLARS
Tasselled ends; black and natural. 0
Regularly S7.50 0 .00
MARABOUT COLLARS -Tasselled ends; Q
black and natural. Rgularly S6.73 4.00
MARABOUT AND OSTRICH STOLES
Heavy tasselled ends, 3 yards long;
black and natural. Regularly S 10.30 (.00
CHIFFON SCARFS White around;
colored floral designs; a yards long.
Regularly Si. 03 1.00
ROBBSPXBBBB COLLARS Satin collar; -
fuU pleated hue jabot Regularly 11.75 1.00
Veils and Veiling
HEMSTITCHED CHIFFON VEILS
Black, white, ceriae, purple, wistaria,
sky, pink, rose, emerald, brown, navy, -tan
and Copenhagen. Regularly S2.75 1 Ma
MARQUISETTE MOTOR VEILS Hand
hemmed; rain and dust proof; -.
all colors. Reg. Sj.js and Sj.75 1.(0 and CMa
VEILINGS Fancy Mesh and Chenil
Dot ; black, white, magpie and
colors. Regularly 30c and 50c yard 10C and iOC
WHITE CHIFFON TONICS -Elaborately
embroidered with crystal beads; the
season's smartest model. , -
Regularly 822.30 11. 95
CHIFFON BEADED TUNICS-ln all tha
leading evening shades; American
Beauty, Rose, Pink, Mauve, corn flower, - nn
blue, yellow, white. Regularly S30.00 lo.UU
NET AND CHIFFON TUNICS Panier
and straight effects; beaded and
jewelled; black, white, gray, pink, blue;
tbe leading shades for evening wesr. ,.
Regularly S38 00 JS.00
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