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STANTON ON TRIAL
FOR "SHAKE DOWN
OF A POLICEMAN
Accuser Testifies Tint Uctltelfr
ant Tried to Hold Him
Up for 1250.
Mm i eaj-iC m M'h'AV
VrTLI.CiVJC IV I'l nrti.
Defendant Declares Deputy
Commissioner Has No Riht
Lieut. John f". Stanton, who was In
etasrg of a apeclal hurpau in thp I'ollca
department tn Inevstlgste appllranta
tar poaltlona nn thn for? until the
SUresu Wll shnllahed by Commlloner
Vhln, a a placed on trial at lls.ll
BuarUra to-day on a harg that
miiiiiiK to attpmptart extn tlon Htan
n la accuser! of tryln to i:uk down"
tar tfJO Policemen RloharO v Oliver
whan Ollvar wa Melting a place on
tba police force throa ymn igo. Oliver
was t ona tlma r,ansrrlsloner Waldo's
rhauffeur, and li now a flint grade de
tective. When Walrt nbollnd tha Informa
tion Bureau he announced thtt II an
t source of scandal, hut went Into nn
AYS STANTON PUT APPOINT-
ME NT'S COST AT $260.
' Olfver waa the flrat witness. Me aald
Ha had applied for appointmant to the,
CHce Departmant In Kehruary. ijw. and
i paaaed the examtavatlon. Lata In
Qctofcer, MW, having received no notice
of appointment and knowing that other
applicant had bean appointed, ha went
to Headquarter to make Inqulrlea and
" 'You're In Dutch.' Oliver awore Stan
tan told htm. I've got lettera kno king
Sou like . You've been arrested.'
"I (old Stanton," Oliver testified, "thit
the arreet waa a frame-up. He told me
ti go home and somebody would rail to
aaa aie. A man who told my wife he
waa from the l'ollre 1 'apartment failed
at my houee three times, but I waa out
each tlma. On hla last vlalt hu left word
far me to meet Lieut. Htanton at Konv
atxth atreet and Broadway early on th
morning of Nov. 6, IM)
' "I to a a friend named Thomaa Hhny
rong and Introduced him to Stanton iia
y an eta We emlked down Ilroadwty
and In front of tha Empire Theatre had
a talk. Stanton told Oihney It would 001
M to have m appointed. When Olb
aay aald that mi pretty Bleep Stanton
aa'd It had to ba split aeveral waya It
a finally agreert that Ulbney waa to
M at tha I'ark Avenue I lot I th neat
iaomlna- at o'clock with the money and
give k to a man name! Harry and I
waa to be appointed at 1 o'clock.
; ' (tlbney didn't keep the appointment
aad th money wai not pl . but 1 waa
' On croaa-examlnaUon (Nlv-r hetray -.l
a very bad memory on about evorythlnu
aacept hla converaatlona with tttanton.
H waa vagu about hi employment be
fore entering the Police Department and
could recall only one plec of defective
fork before a waa mad a dataotlv.
oat cat hi pvltca service haa been per
formed aa a chauffeur.
DIDN'T MAKE FORMAL CHARGE
I TILL LAST MONTH.
: Oliver aald he did not Ih'.nk he ever
poke about Htmtun allugetl attampt
at a "ahakedown" to anybody but hla
Tile, hi brother-in-law and Ulbney un
til laat Sept. it or LI, when he waa um
taoned to Commissioner Waldo's office.
Th Commissioner aakeO hltu If Stanta.
kavl ever mat btm an Uroadway and de
nianded money from him, and he Papllafl
tn tha afflnnatlve.
' "To whom did you tell thla ktoryT"
"Commlaaloner Waldo and Chief In
spector Brhmlttherger. I don't know
how Commlasloiipj,. Wal.lu found out
about It. He MNki.d m. n I T I, .1.1 him I
i. .... .. . .. . " I
I" iruin ano afterward made affidavit
to the facta."
It transpired In th cru-xanilnatlon
that Deputy Commissioner McKay waa
Present at one of the eont eraatluna b
twen the Commleslnner and Oliver. Mr
Neuberger promptly moved the dla
missal of th complaint on the groumi
that McKay was not competent to alt
In Judgment by rraaon of his previous
participation In the case. Commissioner
McKay overruled the motion mot raad
into the record that hla jircasnoe In the
Cpmmlsloner's off ire while Oliver waa
there waa accidental and that he re
asalned not mor than a minute.
OLD SHELL EXPLODES
AS HE PICKS OUT SHOT.
Electrician Is Badly BurMd, His
Store W'inJow Blown
Thinking the me'.al In an oIJ hvll
might bring som.'.h.ng as Junk, as it
would do longer Mai as a souvenir of
(ha Hpantah war. Atnaha.u Knsman.
thirty, an electrician and :ockinlth at
No. an Da Kaih ..v.nue, Brooklyn,
alerted to pick out tha slut In hi abap
etv-ly lo-aay. Th shall expluded, niuv
otit Kuaman's till plat glass .lore win
dow and badly bu lied hi face, hauls
rirman Theodoe Miller, who ran
aerose from the quarter of Kngl M
3ampany No. 117, opposl:, and Patrol
nail Cardlln found Kumsn In a heap
cat hi floor. Dr. pnul or t. Join,',
Hospital dreed hi hums.
Th explosion caused u panic among
taw tenant In the house who thought
a bomb hid been set off.
Laborer Killed hy Pall.
Oeorge Pllton, a laborer was killed
to-day when he attempted to rmOV a
wheelbarrow of reman I from a moving
hoist in a new building at No 470
Maurth avenue. The edge of tha bar.
raw caught in the frame work of th
lift and I'lllon wa thrown Into the
Ixaaemtnt. Plltua, lived at No. Ill l-'ot-ly-flrst
DREAM OF LOVE ENDS,
HPS HER FIANCE
May Backerman Attacks Ma
son (ieishensweet and H( Is
Held for Giving Mad ( heck.
Marrlaanla phic Ooafi .v in i
upmir ln-ilay when Muanii Ovflhtn1
wcct, twenty yera old, of No, IP l"'ir
,jh street, urn arraln.-l b -fore MM
Istrafp O'tv.nner on the charge of d'.
ordeplv aoaSllil In tryln In iueak Into
an amptv store at One Htridrert and
flty-alxth 'tree.1 and Third avenue.
Mls May tliikcnman iilrntpen years
old, nf Nn flf. r.ast tine lliinrtred m l
H1ty-pventli trept. started th up
roar by attacking lersto'iiaweet for
("eaklng up her .Imam of marrlajte ar l
opulence ahJm lpriiensweet himse.f
Thi n Henry Bohmer. ronfe'tlnner at
One Hundred and Slxty-alxth street
sort Third avenue, added Thn chars''
that 'rerphenswepi hart rohhert him of
I12.WI hy means of a hurt che- k
win 'i the tumult ihlrtrt and May
had been aepnrnted from (icrehert
iwapf'a hair Magistrate o's'rmn."
channed the charge of disorderly con
duct ag-alnat (teri'ienswnpt to that of
larceny and held him In MOD hall for
After Hie Label In court It developed
that Wershcnswiuit had met May Heca
erman at a party In the Ilrona and ha)
made love to her He told hnr hi WM
the owner Of a suing of halr-goodi
tor all ovr thp city and to bear Mil
hi story ha railed for Mf In a (
automobile Bhe Invited him to a part
at her home lie camo early and f
farad to foot the MU for lea cream and
"But, by th (," he oba-rved aar
Irsaly, "I left my money at home. Won't
you Jul Indorse fhls cheok for me !
iay for the awcata?"
May did so, thinking of a home nn
lr!fth avenue about vih1"h ijVi shenswe t
hud talked. The .-heck waa given li
the confectioner and th Prt went M
msrrlly eVveral days Is.tsr came th
rude awakening In th return of (Jir
hfiBweel check marked a being good
for only seven cent -the extent of M
Haa try selling prissure was In progress
at the outat of at ok market IraaUnSJ
to-day Opening lower, tho 11' was
uhjecfed to spirited realising Curing Ihv
flrat hour that finally pulled om lasui
down - points, a compared with yes
terday's closing. Iteeallng, Union l'a-eh.-,
Canadian I'acinc. i:oppr and Steel
were the heavh.-t sold.
Bu little Improvement was manifested
In the subquint dealing.
Ipiwer cables from lainilon and local
liquidation worked for pronounce d eak
ness In the afteruiMin murket. Canadian
Pacific was a target for the selling pres
sure, dropping over points. Iteadlng
and Lehigh Valley were also hard hit In
the late unloading movement.
The Hat failed to manifest any relt
aric to liquidation In the final hour, bot
tom range for the day being eatabllahed
at closing tint when net loaae of from
1 to I point ran through thn market.
Tho volume of trading lncreaced per
ceptibly on the late reaction.
Th rtoalna Prices.
Tn dsy't hishsst, Inwsst sad last prlcei of t.. .
ml nf net
Iistiss sa iMnisrul with lealrcl.) .
fiDSl figures sr sa follnsa
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TWO OF CABINET ON STUMP.
HllUBoa M ill till Tttft In Neva Verls
mm Nnael In the West.
v eVgtntiaJtl row, Oct. II. Two of
President rft s Cabinet officers. Seem
tnry of War Stimeon and He. retsry of
Commerce and Labor Nagel, who re
cently relurnsd lo Washington from
their vacations, will start t a few duys
on Mump (peaking lour.
Secretary Htlmsoii will first go on the
hustings al Buffalo early next week.
I'ur.ng the remainder of tin, week he
will speak In several places In New
York In th Ititereat of Prealdent Taf
and Jab B Hedges
j Hecr,tar Nugel will open Sunday In
Rt. l.uuls and fctump .Mipsourt and c
tlons uf States sdjacent until just be
COOK SUES HuTbERT ESTATE
Suit as brought In the Hupreme Court
; et, td.i) Sstatnal the estate of the late
Henry 0, Hulbert hv Margaret Moore, a
1 cook, to recover 6.(sai, an amount which
she claimed her master had protulaed lu
pay her If she would remain in hi em
ploy dining his lifetime.
Tho cook says she did so and received
no i oiupi naatloii from Mr. Hulbert, h
having Informed her that he would
leave her the amount In hla will. Hul
bert died on April 'it list at U home In
Brouklvn. bill hla Will contained :io
mention uf tisi or the 15,000.
IS SENT TO SINGER
Miss Sparks of Taft's Cincin
nati Church Victim of I In
CINCINNATI, ct II Through th
agency of candy which hsrt been dipped
In a tOlnUol of MeblsWMt of mercury
an unlndentlfled enemy sought th llf
nf Miss Isabel ftparke. soprano eololat
at Chrlt Church, the ldlng Kplcnpat
congregation of th city, who Uvea Jt
No Mil Auburn avenue. It I at thla
church that President Taft usually
aorshlpa wh .n In the city.
Mis Sprke ate thrsa piece of the
candy and became very 111. Her life
was saved ty the prompt msalatrattofa
of the family phiuan. Miss dparks'a
;ater also psrtook of a plec of th
cat.dy and waa mad III. It wa sev
eral weeks sgo nat Mlas Mparkea re-
Pived th asr.dy. '-"It y and Kdral
detuctlves have seen siidetvorina to ot
tsin t cue la h r'mlnal
M,ss Ipaf Itat has recuv.'isil. hut shs I
In constant fear thai some enemy nilght
take other means of injurlna her,
II I pointed out that the aim of th
sender of the candy might havs been
the permanent Injury of th Blrl'l vooal
organs through inducing lockjaw, aa ths
drug has mat tendency.
Several local newapspera have re
ceived letter evidently signed with
a fictitious nam atatlng that Mis
Spark hiul tried to end hr own llf.
but :hal she waa recovering Miss
M;arkes to-day aaked that th fullaat
publicity he given to the real facta.
GREAT BANQUET OF K. OF C.
IN HONOR OF COLUMBUS.
One Thousand (iuests to Uitif at
Hotel Astor To-Morrow
The festlv.lles :n honor of Columhui
pay, which Is to-morrow, will Inciurt -i
h g mass-meeting 'n Carnegie Hall to
night under the auspice of New York
C iupt.tr of the Knight of Cotumbu.
which pomprtxes sixty-two council of
the ir,r Iri Manhattan, lironx an 1
t'onnrchsman Suiaer, Ieinocratlc nom
inee or ijoverr.or, WSJ be tho principal
.paaatr. He will tell of the marvelous
growth of America from Oct U, 14i
ahen Columbus dls overed u
Martin H 'llynn. candidate for Lleu-lenant-tiiivernor,
will also be a speaker.
Thomas Jefferson Kgnn the brilliant
young Irlah tenor, Jjt returned front
Italy, and Mlas Maria Narslll, the fa
mous Irish-Australian hulladlat. will be
To-morrow night the chapter will (five
a formal banquet at the Hotel Aator,
at which then, will bo l.ono guest. Tne
principal speaker will be Oov. Wood row
Wilson. John Barrett, President Of tba
Pun-American t'nlon: Prof J. C. Mono
ghan, who wa at th head of the Bu
reau of fouirnerco and fjibot during
part of l'relderrt nooaevelt' adminis
tration: Kathei Wynne, thti eloquent
Jesuit orator Mgr. Lnvellp and Prof
Oonde Pallen, editiar of the Catholic
Kn. yclopae.lls. will also speak. William
l.arkln. halrman of the chapter,
will have charg of the arrangement
and will welcome the gueata.
at Mllltatry Vlalt to Tarkey.
IT I'KTHILSIII'Htl, 00t 11. Th
American Military Commission hats
abandoned Its pr 'posed visit to Turkey.
Ilrtg.-Oen. Udwnrrt J. McClernarxd and
the other officers to-day watched the
cavalry manoeuvre In ihe vicinity of
Moscow. They Intend to prooeed shortly
lO & I a WEST 2399 STREET
Smartly Tailored Coats
(Exact Copy pictured here
The season's newest model; 3 1 length, made
of imported Bouclc cloth in two toned and solid
cclora, satin or velvet scarf, with cull a to match;
lined throughout with satin in contrasting shades;
colors arc brown and black, navy and black and
gray and black, also prevailing solid shades . .
Velvet collar and cuffs, 34 length. Colors,
mole, Oxford, navy and gray; smart custom
ESPECIALLY ARRANGED FOR SATURDAY
For Misses and Small Women
Several Very Smart Models
In Custom Tailored Suits at
Two-toned and solid-color whipcords, and 1 in C
cheviots, serges, mixtures and wide wales; jlaa3v
braid bound or velvet trimmed, with moire col-
lar and rever effects J value $30.00
FROM ST. REGIS TO CELL
n cnmpl-ilnt of (ho It, Ileitis Hotel I
young nan r mnty-fnur. who aii eie
III (.eon Ml ,,f OaJlMiMl, ctI, via
I Inrki"! up In th East Klftf.flrsi legal
I police itt:on lift night, (hand i Hm
I passing a worthies check. Th" v-'cl
iMnmt iuf(tttt4 '! -ri' i. i!. II,
I who hart been at th It ft, ifll -In e
Thl? Magnificent Brass Bed
oniplcte tyvlth Guarantcpd Lmplrc Link Sprtig
FREE FOR TEN DAYS ON TRIAL
Sentl Nam and IMrM nl.
Pa. IS Cents Weekly
' If Decide to Keep It.
, aeiir nrnep
Lacquer t , sit ie it
seLa , aaaaaja, si , , r. .. ..
Massive tf-lneh rntlnumis Pn Ursa. Bert. e)tl like put:
satin ar hrtcht flnlah, Hesular tetail .ri. e a l. tauaraa
teed nnn-destructllde Fmnlre i.ink Knrlng. Battsfl Outfit
al eiir wlittlpsale. fa, ten urlee ,
Empire Furniture Mfg. Co.
afJiJas aws-v as r a .- ta d a a aa t a i ssl sss mm aa i mi ..aa.. . .
Wi-W W. IM 511 HEW YUKH. W. I. iVVir .iVAi"?v,-
The Gold Dust Twins'
IF you have ivr fumed and fussed, because of dirt and gritnc
and rust, and aaid unto yourself, "Oh. dear! This household
work will kill, I fear" then it is time that you should find
some other method far more kind.
Of all the woes a housewife hoars, one fJwsyi fi'ls hrr day
Ei wilh cares: The kitchen after-meal-
i o.r Way l,mef uss. is quite cnoufih to make
j one fuss. What, with the pots and
a 1 pails and pans, the knives and forks
nd plates and cans, no task of man, however grim, the half
as mean ia handed him.
Two little willing workers aim to enter in thia household
gam: their job, the Irsi-ening of work, a task that neither of
them shirk. With active little hands iind brains they grab the
irksome household reins, till soon each kettle, pot or dish, is
' Just as hricht ns vou could wish. And
Now, Mrs. Drudge, the Gold Dust
Twins! Henceforth, as dishes congregate, and dingy pots that
cannot wait ; when cutlery, in sad array, awaits vou at the
close of day "Cheer Up!"
have two aids at your command.
TIIF STOTIE OP BERVICE "
SATURDAY, A SALE OF
Oct. 1, that hp should pay hi" blll.whlrih
MMMHM to ttrl.lT.
Hp rrp. tit. .1 ,. tick i.ny.ihl" to Wlll-
laSJ II iMi.fr, linger artlkh nan ha
pl'tprp'1. for T i, the in-.pr bfatflftf
MM hama at 'i-un n. inter" TSs
ItfaatUfM ."cuied -n sinn'.ir ih"y
trnureil iii;i n Th- ,,f'ir pays J.
it. mirar of I'mcauo ii i ia unci,
Th" shach mi drawn n the Cracks
NtTitil Itank 'tf Sin KraHali 0
l 1 ( j
III I la
1 il un.
B a-r a it
SSBS a 1 bTBSSSJ .11 'i avl BBSSSKSS7S I - a V a , . . S. I -
ear aju Jnmm' - - - .
not until the chores ire lone, from
sink to ailver, sun to sun, nuld uny
thing inspire the two, to drop the tasks
they have to do.
Therefore, if you have never known,
assistance such as we have shown,
Forget the labor planned: You
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r - "T
. - aw, vii. icl
Half Your Clothes
(I) Co to any good clothes store -make you selection from ordinary
stocks and pay full prices.
t ) Or o. tn nn nf t le I I - . ill el t .( , r I, B , t atr, elnnnaa a r ,,, .tnrkc wrirtK
-i . jt.
l &Saf&Ji 8 na" m'H,on dollara- the greatest wealth of good clothes in
ir save half what you would spend elsewhere.
IrVVjfl This is no idle
It is also the fact
Ltv Sw. a"'l Hackett-Carhart
aw ti r
I ne reason ror tni is tne recent receiversnip. wnen
on the dollar. And the result is an average savin? to
.13 57. $15, $18, 320 & 522 50
Fall Coiti & Wintei Oveiroats
An rxvrllent saaortmrnt nf hivli grade fabncn ii rep.
rrrrnted in thia srcLp I "nrli girmrnt ia all-wool,
rolj wtttr ahrunk and hand tailorrd. Suits of blue.
Hailc and all th, ccrrrrt Fall and Winter colorinta
Overcoats in rv.-ry mnciith mixture r.d atapl- ahd
izrs andc crrert modrli for men. young men and boy.
$18,! 20. .22.50, $25 & $28 Suits, t J r f
Fail Cotts & Winter Overroatt, p 1 J. jU
Hrrr are clot h- for each fiaaon nl llic yer. nd lo1
every .-rvicr. Really of value double that ol th
price. Tin- fabrics srr of rsprri aelecticn. and lh
at! ra ,nd nu.dala are up to the hour. No wider
assortment waa ever shown lor men, young men
522.50, $25, $28. $30 & $32.50
fail Coats & Winlei Overcoats
It n hard to dcarrtbr the wide
fabric in thi assortment. All of I lie new weaves
and crlonngi are included in material! of every weight.
Tlie result is clothei for the year round, and each
g.-rrrot lh, last word in good style. f or this Fall
an' Winlri clever derigna in worrteds predominate.
1 he f at rir ideas are of Lnglish, Scotch and on! mental
origin modified bv fhe best of American good taste.
50V (V 75c Neckwar. new Fall shades 25c
h5c Knitted Neckwear. 3 for $1., 35c
$1 8. $1.30 knifttd and Imported Neckwear. . . 55c
50r Pure Thread l.sco Silk Host 25c
$150 $2 Shirts, famous makea . 85c
l f $2.50 Shirts, custom und famous makes. SI. 35
$1.85 & $2 5(1 In-ported English Walking and Arabian
Mochi Clove $1.15
$2 50 In'ported Mocha Glove $1.65
50c Fcvp'ian Cotton Balbriggan Underwear.
$1 Non-.h nnkable Medium Weight
$1.50 NVr,.,hrinkable Medium Wright Worated
American Hoiery Co. Underwoar. Fall
It.2) White Merino 65c
$1 ill V U Ribbed Halbrmgan t white Merino 85c
il l At $) 'X'Hite Verino. (isle and worsted $1.35
$5 to $8 German Blanket Robes. $2.75
J-t & $5 Sweater Ccts, pure worsted $2.25
$6 8t 7 Sweter Coat, pure worst rd. $2.75
The Hackett-Carhart Guarantee Your antira satisfaction ia
Hackett. Csrhart at Co.. Inc., Ratail. If your aalection fails
service return it, and we will refund your money.
Near t'hamher St..
Uonoslte l It v Hall
At lllth Mt
Vrar talon I4.
263 Sixth Ave. 1813.
Only Entrance la Through the Furniture Store
For Men $ Young Men
You will find such a large assortment of
styles, patterns and sizes that you will
have no difficulty in selecting.
We carry only the products of the leading
clothing manufacturers of the country you
will he pleased to find how long our clothing
will wear without losing an atom of their
original Qrace and smartness.
In our WOMEN'S and MISSES' DEPARTMENT we are showln. .
I ...I'l ' ' - ' ' af C.lsv. sTt ai .
ipicnuiu sastatuf iiiirin ai uiii, s-r rmmcm, . ottta) r Hfsl.
TERMS TO SUIT YOUK CDNVENIENCF. Pay a sms.ll deposit;
the balance divided in small weekly payments.
This is the oniy cteuit heme where you are suie of
a square deal in Reliub.e Clothing at Cash Prices
Open Saturci: Evenings Urtil 9 P. M.
a SEVEri-TiitH world
week, order one
.g an. f&l MM& .L.s
Save or Sacrifice
are open to you who buy your clothes
mmmwrrm2 .":tt .
statement It is an arltial. nrnvrshle (art
that vou will find it hard to duplicate
fabrics at even twice the present
.LI. I. . L I I .1
50c On The Dollar
. . .
$28, $30, $32.50,
Fall Coats &
$32 50, $35,
This grade of
variety and beautiful
Were you to
r utn yv venue na oraer a luit irrespective ol its price,
you could not get more in clothes than this line
offers. You couldn't procure choicer fabrics, or a
lusher type of tailoring thn is piesent in every
garment. In every line, in every detail they ap.
$2 fc $2.50 Sclt and Stiff Hitl $1.35
$3 A, $3.50 Soft and Stiff Ffti, famous makes $1.75
$4 cV $5 Soft and Stiff Mais $2.65
$6 & $7 Genuine Austrian Vrlour and Beaver Hata . . . $4.00
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHES
Children's Clothes at 841 Broadray & Harlem Store Only.
Fat' Knickers. Double-breasted Jackets. Nor
fclks. Sailors. Russians, in Blue Serges and in all
new colon. Suet 214 to 18. $6 to $8 values. $4 sfj 5
BOYS' LONG TROUSER SUITS
"MOTHER'S FRIEND" WAISTS
50c values 25c
$1 vluet go,.
$2 Sweater for Boy $1.00
WASH SUITS- ...
Russian. Sailors and Norfolk, $1.50 to $3,50
vlue 50c av si
BOYS' RF.EFERS AND OVERCOATS
$6 to $7 values $4.00
$6.50 to $8 values is no
$10to$l2.50vlues ....!'.!!!! $7.50
want works all the
to-dav and prosper.
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in New York today.
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New York today and
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tne creauors acceptea t,k
$35 & $37.50 Suit
It may be dillicull to believe that some of these suits
end overcoats were criginally priced as high as $4).
but thia ii th fact. And the proof of it ia that they
cannot be duplicated elsewhere ( ven at this maiinium
Itgure 'the fabrics re of the very finest, and the
mrdels represent the best brains In tailoring known
to Lenrlcn snd New York.
$37.50 & $40 Suits,
garments has been the Hackett-C arhart
specialty lor more than a half century. I he concern
greatest fame was built (round clothes at thr regular
prices quoted Therefore, you can rest assurrduhat
the tailoring, thr fit and the fabric! are as fine it
is humanly poisible to make them. The word
distiiKtivinets is spelled large in every garment.
$40 & $45 Suits
go to the moat eipenuve tailor on
tha flrat conaideration of
to render tho right kind of
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