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it IDA Y, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
JNE TO AIDES
IN HIS OLD SHOP
Each Employee Get, $50 for
Every Year of Woli Under
Uknothy G. Sellew.
There i i.ipplnesa temperea with
sorrow in n.. heart of .mplny.rs and
relative ob Timothy 0). Sellew, mil
lionaire furrtture manufacturer of No.
HI Fulton itreet and l"pptt Mont
ilalr. M, J., (,,.. Wil. profited In
N'ewark yatermy. iinnnunces beuueat
if over Ihf nirfft of a million.
Kerv pnml MiihM ir.n I
-.nh yen of A to-day oma
f the men who t., i worked for Mr.
sellew tet year nfcl imnrn are rejoic
ing over th.e suddin m-lnilfall. Th
will, they nay. Is ony In keeplfur with
III llf of the deal furniture man,
ivlu.se secret denatons to charity,
while they can ne' er he fully known,
In all hl lealltiK Timothy 0), Hello
proved himself one of e few old-type i
business men. H ick In 29 Tlmnthv O.
"Vllew. father of the ami millionaire, '
r,. in.lnl What In In -day He oldest furnl- I
tufS house in NW York In exactly the
-ame quarters It now OCCIsJie and hullt
a manufactory ii'-mss the yiv at No. H 1 j
Ann street. Tie place has. ehanred hut
little. The furtlture for sal Is of couraa
modern, but tin 04uBaTS of tld fashioned
t.laster. the out of dale llxhtlnir appara
tus, dusty wliilows and leisurely em
ployee btsptitk the esse of half a cen
tury MO, Hmvver, with theV meUiols
r business Tlrfcithy (J. Sell, was able
to smass a foriine stlmated at 1,00').
oilii Hnd hohl thi I nar I and hve of all
i:la employees. A'hlle others foumht r.ir
business. It souutt him out, knowing; tho
exactitude of hl dealings and he pros
In the will fllA yestenlay 1587.470 :
given to friends ktd, relatives, and cm
plojes. To chaltoble organizations
Mr. Sellew beiuthed 1MM.UU0. The
Presbyterian hurh of 1'ppar Mon:
clalr, which w.is b :i: mainly by him.
I reoedvee MO, 000 for addition and IM.cnn
I far Its upkeep. Hli widow iteta the hulk
of the fortune and ttOO.OOO outright, be-
MM the residue of the estate.
EJiihteen years ago Edward 8. Dela
mnter came to work for MT, Sellew
With Kdward p Francl he role to a
Joint managership of the firm and IS
each the millionaire left r:fl In the
business they bad h"lted to make.
The Rev. Orvllle Heed, pastor of the
Trinity Presbyterian Church, of t'pper
Montclalr, was left J. Many -ve-quests
ranging from IA".,nno to 2,00n arc
muda In retaflvei a. snil s.rv.
ants. The three children of the Hcv.
F. R Munson, two children of Ralph
Sellew and two children of Joseph Hel
lew have trust funds of $,nou apiece
created under the will.
I A provision OI . a year mi mane
for lodgings for Mrs. Turck. To his
executors, Fred 8 Hellew. Charles M.
Phillip and Richard M. Martin, Mr
Hellews, In addition to the fees al
lowed by law, willed 15,000 each.
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PLAN CENSORSHIP OF
DANCES OF THE "400."
Censorship of the society dances that
tike place at Sherry's and lielmonleo'a
and other public places affected by the
wealthier class Is an essential part of
the w 'Or' programme outlined yester
day at a meeting of the Committee on
Amusement Resources of Working Olrls
at No. Ill Madison avenue.
The committee stands ba?k nf the
License Bureau, which has the support
of Mrs. Charles II. Israels and her asso
ciates, In the demand for a 170,000 In
creaae In the budget. It Is the object of
ffle committee to secure an elastic Hat
of Inspectors, Including both those under
civil service requirements and those who
are not. This Is don to Insure the gel.
t.ng of evidence by a person not recog
nised hy the frequenters of hail.
has tfve 1di
When you break your Classes
take them to any of our eitit
stores tlifri'l when you will
appreciate the speed and ,;, -curacy
of repair service.
We recognize the necessity
for promptness in replacing
your lenses when they've been
Our four factories are es-
Eecially equipped to repair
roken glasses quickly and
accurately of course.
Lenses replaced at from 50
OoxUst and Offetav
14 East 2nrd St., nenr Fourth Are
IT West 34th St.. bet. 5th Ith Ave
64 West 126th St., near I.ennx Ave
441 Columbus "lut and 2d 8t
TO Nassau Ht . near John St
Plain Corset Talks
What makes Nemo Cornets o
much more comfortable than any
Skillful designing, for one
thing. Nemo Corsets fit.
Laslikup Webbing nnrl Lai
Itkops Cloth, for another. These,
our own inventions, are the only
elastic fabrics that don't "give
out." They increase court
comfort 1 00 per cent., and make
comfortable long corsets possible.
Used ONL Y in Nemos.
There are imitations, of course;
but if anyone tells you some other
elastic is "just ai good"
Be a Wise Woman!
100 Broadway, nenr Wlllo'by, Bkly
489 Fulton St., op) A ft 8., Bklv
(97 Broad St , near Hr.hne's, Newark
Five Million Man use thaCIIUtta.
The Blades ara fcna. Cat a
Cillette Safety R.
SK BtTBa ( HllGt roa it.
aSmtHi U Hi Tka Weita w a mi
ui aaiencaa Ulstrtet
Ms wssB II.K
Bonwit Teller & Co.
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SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Smartpparel for the Younger Set
, Urttoual Styles, Exclusive Fabrics at Mcxlerate Prices,
Full length models of meltOsjhalf belt back,
inlaid velvet collar and cgs. In delft,
navy and brown Sizes 6 to '4
Girls' "Stole" Coats
Made of imported boucles, lined with light
color broadcloths and trimmed with vttyet.
In brown and navy. Sizes 10 to 14.
Girls' Chinchilla Coats
Full length models, lined throughout with
checked worsted. Colors: navy blue, brown,
tan and gray. Sizes 6 to 14.
Girls' School Dresses
Made of English serges and dark plaid
worsted in many smart Russian and waist
models. Sizes 6 to 14.
Misses' Tailored Suits
The largest collection of smart styles expressly deseed for Misses and Small Women. Made of
cheviots, wide wales, diagonals, velveteens and corduiayt in tailored and dressy models. Sizes 14
Misses' Chinchilla Coats
Braid bound 7-R length models with
adjustable collar, check back chinchilla in
brown, navy, gray Size 14 to 18.
frjsses' Charmeuse Dresses
Simple Kgh girdle model with long sleeves,
button vjmming, full length of skirt
Shadow In- friU. n whjte. delft, navy
and black. Sizes 14 to 18.
Misses' Fur Coats and Sots
Fashionable Furs, especially selected for Misses and inall Women.
Black Fox Sets
Large Animal Scarf, 10.00
Large Pillow Muff. 14.00
Civet Cat Sets
72-inch Toga Scarf. 18.50
Large Pillow Muff. 16.50
LW Animal Scarf, 9.50
Large Pillow Muff. 14.50
"Robespierre" Collar French Seal Coats. Sizes 13 to 18. 85 ,Q0 v'u 1 10.00.
Women's, Misses' and Girls' Hats N.jn Floor
Desirable styles in tailored and semi-dress bats at unusually low prites.
A Special Showing of Children's & Misses' Hats for School and Semi-Dress war
2.75 to Q.50
2.95 value 5.00
Made of imported tricot cloth,
low bust and long hip, four
Brassieres Messaline Petticoats
95C value 1.50 2.95 value 4.00
Made of batiste, low cut. with , MsJIe of changeable mestaline
wide Cluny lace bands top and with side plaited flounces and
bottom. Lightly boned. hem f contrasting shade.
Picture Tells Story
You can see at a glance how
the deep slurt-gores nf elastic
Lastikops Cloth (two on each
side), and the "In-Curvr Back"
of elastic Lastikops Webbing
(laced down to the end), give
you figure-reduction greater than
any other corset can produce.
Also, that when you ait down
you will be easy and comfortable,
and the corset won't "nde up."
Jut try to match these corsets
In any other makel
No. 506 low bust I
No. SOS- medium
REMEMBER, our elastics out
wear the corset. None others do.
For STOUT Figures
No. 319 low bust JO 00
No. 321 medium j 3
No. 353 low bust I $0.50
No. 354 medium ( O"
Improved Relief Band:
No. 403 low but I 00
No. 405 -medium (
No. 406 low but I KA 00
No. 40S medium j 't
Improved Laatilcop BandloU
No. 523 low bust I $C 00
No 522 medium ) J'
No other roret cn i.l the piece of
Nemo in ervice, style, weatorcoiulort
Be a Wise Woman!
and deal only whh storesthat wiltaell
you a NEMO when yuu ak lur il. IJ)
KOPS BKOS.. Mir... New York
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
An lest er found artlrlm sd
srtUed la Tk W.rld win he
ll.lea at The World'. Inrarfna
IIm Rurean, rulltn-r Hullitln
Areeelr. Park Rasri WrlSs
I'ptown frffli-s. nnrlhwe.1 r.r
Der :i-ih St. and Rroadmari
M'orld'. II. r I nil lirrirr. Jill
Mr.t until Nt., and World'.
Rrooklrn Oftl. r, jo j V)alilna
lon Nt., BriM.klin. tor 311 Uar
fellewlnc ih. piiatlnaT ef lb
COLUMBIS DAY SPECIALS: !
To-morrow will be the 420th anniversary of the sighting of San
Salv?dor hy Seaman de Triana and the historic landing of Columbus.
The day will be celebrated in New York and many other States.
Those who attend the ceremonies in the plaza surrounding the
statiip of tho Great Navigator in Columbus Circle, at 59th Street, are
especially invited to visit Bloomingdales', which is conveniently
reached from that vicinity.
We have made special arrangements to entertain the holiday
crowds to-morrow, including a tempting Columbus Day Lunch, which
will be served in our spacious restaurant on second floor. Menu
Columbus Day Luncheon, 55c
In (Sir llrfliitif.iT R.tii-ant, 'M KVof.
Cream of New Tomatoes aua Croutons
ar Consomme Milanaiae
Baked Sea Trout a la Columbia
Roasl Vriimail 3ptiu Tuikey, with Oyster Dtrsaing
and Cranberry Sauce.
Prima Ribs of Beef
Baked Sweet Potatoes, Spaghetti Italienne, Lettuce
Ocnoa Pudding. Pruit Sauce; Neapolitan Icr Cream,
or Home Made Apple Pie,
With Coffee, Tea. Cocoa or Milk.
' Bloomlnfldale $4
Brand Shirts . . 1
For Men, Plain nnd
plaited styles. Color
ed and plain white.
Handsome variety of
patterns. Attache i
and separate cutis.
Sices 14 to 20.
I l nn.l Fl.ir. R
Wjrjgk to 60th Street
regimental and neat
stripes of excellent
quality silk. Very
great value; 3 for $1.
Lexington to 3d Avenue
Exhibition of 200,000 Beautiful Fragrant Cut Flowers
ur Iirst-oi trie season annoimrement lnt urek l,,,,.,l,.
thousands lo this extraordinary Flower Show last Saturday.
It was more than a show. It was nn educational exhibit that
was far-reaching in its benefits. To morrow we expect to
surpass even the great success attained by our first display.
This flower show, we say without hesitation, will be the largest
ever presented under any one roof anywhere.
in all the leading colors and p
To every woman or miss of 16 or over who attends
here Saturday during the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock,
We will give free a handsome corsage
ol roses arranged with greens
Roses, Carnations, Dahlias I Lily of Valley, 1 do"
in all the IrarlitiR color . nmi vari
rttrs, upward from, per doien . . .
in a bunch, regular 75c. at
, Larfte Lavender Orchids,
regular 75c and SI. 00, 3 for ran
J I (10, each
2,000 Boxes o! Fresh Cut Flowers
in 1 11 the leading colors and varieties, regularly sold
for $1.30 and $2.00, per box
American Beauties, 3 to 4 " ,oni- up-
waru irnTT.. men
Artistic Floral Designs, J J
Unlike most exclusive florists, we don't base our pricrs on the tise
of your pocketbook. We have one price for all, and that absolutely the
lowest anywhere in Greater New York.
300 Smart, New
III IMPMIM.II A Sjgl
Robespierre collar, front and
sleeves have crystal buttons,
collars are self colors or white,
sleeves piped with white m self
colors; white, black, fiavy;
value $4. The picturtjia a
duction of this
fine silk waist
Chiffon waist , like illustration, over cream
lace and net ; front hat tucked lace and
lace jabot, velvet bow and white
satin buttons; high collar of race tucked
cxunon, sleeve and lace
frill. Button back.
. tucked in; black, navy
agd taupe j value $5
Accordeon Pleated Chiffon Vtaists,
Very dainty and attractive; yoke back and front. Pointed collar
and cuffs of white satin, trimmed with buttons; buttons in back. Black,
navy, brown and Copenhagen. A great value at the price named.
A 4-Hour Sale of 350
Trimmed Hats That
Were Up to $4.95, at
From 8 to 12 o'clock, To-morrow, Saturday, Morning
350 black and colored trimmed hats, all this season's fall
styles, formerly up to $4.95, for early shoppers, from 8 A. M. to
12 o'clock, second floor, at $1.00.
iii iioMiMiKAi r.n,m
tm no Hosiery Direct from the Mills
avw Onlv one profit, and that a verv small .,n k.n... .
All Day Millinery Specials, Saturday
Pretty $6.50 and $8 Trimmed Hats on 2d Floor, Saturday, $4.15
Wf will offer lints like picture and
many Other style at special price of
$4. VS. This is a stunning and be com
ma hat, in ii large drooping mushroom
effect of lil. ii It erect pile silk velvet and
nioiri combination, trimmed with the
popular ostrich hand and llower effect.
Hats like ihrse would sell for $6. 50 and
$K 00 m other storen, our price on
Saturday, on second floor, $1 .
On Main Floor
Popular Silk Erect Pile Velvet
Tarns at $2.95 and $3.95
We offer, Saturday, on Miiin Floor,
tlir most popular hat r gilt niw, in the
line quality black erect pile silk velvet.
vnuy uik fiuiu, emu mat a very small one. between vnn
and this thoroughly reliable hosiery for men, women and children.
tor Women and Misses:
Women's nl. (Jaugv Mercerized
Slocking, with double garter ,
top. Black and tan. AlliixealOC
Women Pure Silk Stocking,
"second" of the 50c grade, made
with linen soles, high spliced heels
and toe. Black, tan and .
white; at . C'fC
Woman'a lllgb-tirade Silk Slock
ing, full fashioned, with deep
garter hem, msrecrised top; .
very elastic. Color and black 49 C
Special .Sample Hosiery, for women
and misses, in black cotton, medium
and heavy weight. Tip hot
row, pair (C
For Men and Children:
Men's Silk Socka, pure spliced
heel and double ole. color and
black. All siiei. Hardly likely to
outlast the day at the remark- -
able price, pair 1"C
Man's Mercerised Socks, exactly
same a sold everywhere at 25c
pair, with the exception of "mill
fault" so trifling that they can
hardly be detected. Colors t
and black. Special price lii'sC
Boys' and Girla' School Host,
heavy weight, close and wide ribbed,
double knee. Black in all t
iijcs Special price, pair . llC
1 HI IMIMISI.IIAI.IPI"
Kid Gloves in a Saturday Sate:
French and American kid gloves for men, women and children.
50 doz. assorted styles in
children's ready to wear
hatS '" Hnt' " colors in the
pojiuiiir 'mi i'i' -ui '.ii oy,
velvet effects, huts runir from 2,00 lo
13.00 in value, our Dtic lor SHtur
day, oti Muiu
F - oor
95c & $1.45
On Main Floor, Saturday,
we offer tine quality black
and white French plumes,
made of the hurst quality male stock
and nicely curled; rlto have large full
head.; cho.ee 95C $1.95 &$2.95
0$M of ttit) hsi at U.fKli many
of hr Nt ! In pstti k
Women's $1.50 Gloves, 98c
Women' P. K. Gloves, made of
imported akin, 3 row embroidered
back; in a variety of Fall color,
black and white. All sizes Every
pair guuranteed. A great value at
the cut price named.
Women's Mannish Capeskin Gloves,
1 u' is scam, in aoldan brown shades.
itvery pair guaranteed to wear. All
sixes. Sell everywhere at $1.00 pair.
Boys' $1.15 Gloves, 79c
There is no difference except in
price between these glove and others
sold all over town at $1.15. Bought
as samples, hence the cut price named
above. Fine capeskin. suede and
mocha. Maker's name on every pair.
Men's $1.15 Gloves, 89c
Made to sell at $1.15 to $1.50 pair.
Finest imported capeikin, suede and
washable chamois to choose from. All
sizrs and color.
nt nmi IM. l l. r.V
Timely Underwear Specials ior All
Important reductions in best brands for men and women.
For Saturday Only : Fresh Meats:
We offer for Saturday, on Main f loor, table full of black llk velvet,
untrlmmcd huts, in u lafas VBristy of styles, huts formerly liold at an a.
$.i.riO, our price on Mhiii Floor, Saturday . 9u,io
" " ssLOOatl KUOAUaV
Spi-cial purchase just re
ceived, which means n substan
tial saving for Saturday shop
pers. Women's Handkerchief, sheer
shamrock lawn with plum hem
stitch anil dainty emliroul r
ereel nut in la . 10c values foi . . Of
Women's Ho Handkerchiefs,
very sheer, 10c quality, (i 'JP
lianifkerclnrfs in bus, for
Men's intra Fine Camhrii
HantlksrclUsfa with Mlid n
SAtbri idered initials, special f)(
Women' SOc Vest, I'ant and
1'ighlH, high grade, full weight, all
siscs, including extra large, on ac
count of trifling imprrfec pQ
tion only LtDi
Women's Union Sulfa, sole! regularly
at $1 00. They are made by a
reputable mtiktr, but owing to
slight stain they are rated as milt
faults. All silk trimmed and
hand finished. All uses, all PQ
Men's 50c Kibbed Cndetweur of
heavy cotton. Choice of silver
gray and ecru. Shirt are made
with French neckband. Drawer
double guiscted. All uses, rkQ
each O He
Men's Caahmere Union Suits,
heavy rib, made from finest wool
yarn. Guaranteed not to shrink.
There are but 670 of them and it is
advisable to be here early to assure
yourself of getting one of
these regular $2.00 suits
Main fln,.r, Slllh at. Hsclioa.
To mOrrOW we supply tlie bent iUl
ity bifocal KUi'T.4, like rut, in guaran
teed Kol SJIfd ffajaas Each eye
curelully examined uiul gluse lifted
by our doctors Free.
These sell ut exclusive ODticiaiU, for
4,S0 to $0 00; our leduccd
Seven good way to reduce the
high cost of living:
ft cab Killed Spring Chickens, from
I'yto 3lb..ut,lb 22c
l.ega of Canada Lamb at, lb II
Smoked Sugar Cuied Ham at,
Genuine Spring Lamb at, lb Ifr'sc
i Leg or Hindquarter. I
Sirloin and Porterhouse Steak at,
Roasting Canada Lamb at lb., FMo
Young Freah Fowla at. lb. 16' c
Veil will be worn more than ever,
because they arc prettier than
ever. The new "Georgette," the
Paris Shadow Veil, in a variety
of spider web-like meshes. a A
in white only; yard rjfc
Special for Saturday About 20
different (tyles of 18-inch black
all-silk meih veiling; mostly
25c in regular stock, at, per m
Ea lo Ke icb Irom Aoywliere BLOtlMINOl) ALLS', Lex. ! M Ave, Sflh It Mth St.-