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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11,
n nnn m nninirTP :
TOM GREAT FLEET
Arrival nf Last of Warships Is
to Be Marked by Big Day
(Continue from Fin: I'M-)
Srsnsiri. will se fnrllf observed Sere
At ths reru"t of th Rtafor'l Cnm
mlii. the Spsnlsh and Portuguese
gynas"i'. at 'Mitral Park Weil an t
RvtMItri treei. will be opened for a
ervte for thlee .f the .i-in
who re of Hi' Hebrew faith That will
to la lh mornln. from I.JO 1o 10 JO
At.Jon to-morruw Hear. Admiral Oe
terhiue n1 hi at iff and fleel oflVna
will to the ul f n Mayor en-1
Ma)r'a Oommlll at tha Tnlon I.naTur
Clu Fifth avenue and TMrly-nlmh
Street Samuel W Fjlrrhlld, Prrsl.lent
of th flub, will preaM ovar tha lunrh
aon aajd call Ikf lot. 10 which tba
Jlrapklmiral and aomr of hla fleet
-aetata in rannd
Hardly !ll thn luncheon be finished
whrri Mir lominandir of ihr usssmliled
Swat,. tVif fa.nr and inrntn-rs or ),t
comilUtre will have to haatan to tha
rav .owm jtand In front of tha Punilc
Lihrery at orty-no.md lret and Fifth
avrnQa For, SegtRRlM pruroptly at
noon, the nttlehlp' l.osts will bacln
landtw tha ahorr party at tha duck
at thf foot of Weat N'tnsty-alxth atrat,
and ay l J lha full BaMMtof of w
urines and allora, with thalr uanla
and gag, will b ready to atari.
Tha parada, hea.tect by a platoon of
aa ou n tad . ollca. w ill mova tbruiigJi
Nlnety-ilith afraat to Rroadway. down
Broadway to Fifty-ninth atraai, thence
to Fifth avenue and then on down that
famoua atraat of many para.le to
Ti-a;ath atraat, shere thn profu
sion will ba dlmle(t. No SSSg RSTR4S
of aalldra will hava passed down Fifth
ei.rmr alnca tha monster procession tf
tha haThtlnx men of alx nation passcl
la rtvlrw, durlnf '.ha Hudson-Pultun
ca.abratlon, three yaarj a(o. Ka- h
mar. Ma llvtl,.n will ha ... ..I. I K, II
kand and ..ch detachmeni of sailor 1
III ae ita ships flu and the wlcVc.l
lliilsdjnachms una trailing behind
IT WILL IK A BUSY DAY FOR
Tha. reviewing- aland la already
trimmed with whlta and ireen. the fo
liate Set off by tha bacSfruund of whlta
bnntlai and It la Ihe raqueat of the
committee that householder and hotels
along tto line of march hava thoir dec...
ratios In kaaplng Willi tlila eolor
cheirut. only tha I'nl.in Je. k and lha
Star nd sir pea are appropriate flaga
Th pai.i : over, all tha fleet SRsMrS
will have m scurry back to thalr shlpa to
lamp from their unlforma Into their I
aven.ng clothe. In preparation for Ihr
monatar amokrr to he given In tha
grand banquet hall of the Hotel Aalor
la honor of tha too ward offlcera of all
rank a in the fleet Thraa hundred ring
er irwm the Herman alnging aocletlra
will a on hand to take part In the
Iteaarvo proiiranune of entertainmeiil
Wlli i ha been provided by the Mayor'
Whl" tha offlcera are being enter
tained thua at the Aator, i:.,0M "liberty
ten' of tha gun-decked and fo ra le
Will ttka In tha delight or another
arnnkar. to be given In tha rlixty-nlnth
Regiment Armory, at Twenty. alxtn
treat and Lexington avenue. The va
riety ggogranime will Include every
th ng that la considered beat In the
etljr'k Vaudeville houacs and there will
Wonders Aboard Big Ship
Of War Daze a Landsman
On ntoet of the big battleships now at i
anchor' la the Hudson Itiver Ihe lgn '
"No Vlaltor Allowed" bars slrhlsee'.ix
ta certain part of the boat, but when
a man . who demoratrated that be wns
fro n lArkansa boarded the sup!
Dresdnoagut of that nam yesterday
Itor gv b.tn a Utile budge wlib h art ,
for.. i that no such s'gna aupllad (o him !
He saaan't a "vUltor," they said, he!
was a guest, and there wasn't any p. are
aboard that boat b couldn't so. ,
The anan from Arkaneaa waa gam,
and be said hs'd go everywhere, and
he took an Kventng World reporter with
blm, because, us he salu "rot nam to;
feraai eum of th.se thing 1 eaj so lf
Jolll down and write a piece In the
paper about It, I'll alwaya b able to
recall e)ry bit of It."
klnalgn lammari, officer of the deck,
summoked Hide-boy Johnson to take the
man from Arkanaea to Ho sun lrv,
aad UOaun Grave Immtdlutely datalled
eamaa Taylor to art as guide.
"Takg thla Utile party anywhere they
cars to g" aboard th Arkanaas. x
oept tap captata'a cabin." waa hi com
nrand. I V t RYTH I NG DONE SHIPSHAPE
AMD BRISTOL FASHION.
"Aye, ay, eir," Seaman r.i.ior re
plied. (Not, you alwaya ay "Aye, aye,
sir. to the boss.) Ueaoiau Taylor ex
plained that It waa a cuitom In the
Th man from Arkansas thought that
tber waa no ua in having such an
opportunity given him unless h mad
Use moat of It, eo he told Seaman Tay
lw that he believed he would visit Just
tboae parts of tba biggest tietlleahlp
which had lgn aaylng, "No Valtors
Allowed" hanging ovar them.
U left a ail to Seaman Taylor, and
Taylor .thought the beat Idee, would be
la stark at th bottom and work up.
Starting from the gun deck than, th
man team Arkanaa waa t rested first
to a aavaoty-foot deacent, most of It by
mean. u( steel ladder and steep ateel
Stairway lined with chalna or tal rails
which sot wajm.r and warmer the
art her down he want
Chief Water Tender It. H. P. Uanen
ISek tbe man from Arkansas ha jiaml la
the ateateboM. Mr. Hansen toolbad'Mk
a Janitor, only he wasn't go casnk w
Some of the Men Who Do Things on the
Arkansas, One of Uncle Sam's Super -
be no stint of entertainment for every
bluejacket who comaa.
Sunday Is to u given over to aprdul
ervlcr In various Porches and "n
Monday, adOaafl the crowning spectacle
of Ihe whole programme. On '.hat
day, President Taft. aboard the lnphln.
will rrvlaw the fleet. With him. abourrl
the little yacht-gunboat, will la the He. -
retary of the Navy and 'he Ifotiee an
Senate Naval Commit re nirm.Mtr.. The
whole river will rock and reverberate
with the noise aj the aaluuia for more
thin an hour, as the Prcelilent anil his
illatlnglllshed p.trty pass he wren the
rLm "f ,h' '"" r
There will bo two dinners In honor of
neei, nnn I ne ii. iiiui en .in-
I hrailn. o.iliimlme rav lrealfl.nt Tni't.
the memurra of his Cabinet anil the Con
gressional Naval Committees, wdll .It
down to the banquet board with lx
hgrtd red of the fleet ofllcehs at the Hotel
Aalor on Monday nihat Mayor Uavnor
will preside and the speakers wUl be he
Prealdent. Secretory Meyer and Hear Ad
New York Chapter. Knlghta nf Cntum
hus. will give u bangjwai In the Aalor to
morrow Right tl". Wilson of New Jer
sen and CongTI esmnn William Suiter, "he
two candliliti s prominent In New York a
e-.es at present, will be the hunont.l
Tuesday will come the final spectacle
nf the fleet's weighing anchor and pae-
Ing out to gag. At It o'clock the fir. I
dhlalnn will more down river and the
Mayflower, the Frasldcnt'a yacht, will
tnke up poalllon near Liberty Island to
review the ships once more as thev m ike
the turn around Governor a Island gad
pt uout to the broad spaces beyond ;he
Mlsa Helen tSoul.l. rhap-minlng her
IWa llttie nleres, Helen and. Dnrotliv
' '..Mild, daughter of Frank Gould, vlall
e'l tha flagship Connect! :at to-dv
Though Hear-A.lnilrsl DSt.rhsua w:ia
abaent ffOtxt the a'.ilp, hla wife was in
his rahln ninl she and CgDi, Ri.dtnan
entertained Miss Gould und her two
:bargea. They went ashore after a lotlr
of the (Mp In the Hear-Admiral's
dictatorial as a Janitor. He boss 120
nien down there, be explaln-d, In
bRtekag of thirty at a time
unl' ""' ,,r ,1,e twelve mammoth
'"maces of the Arkansas was nolng
)lrday, but the man from Arkanaa.
said it wj aimoet too hot for him, be
cause, ne sum. lie nan been Hi log In a
New York apartment thla fall, and rial
urally he wasn't urd to eg much heat
"Well, 1 will av that no one here has
e. i complained of the heat," said Han
sen, and likewise no one above here
kef vrr complulned of the lark of It
There' us line u system of ati-am heat
running into sieani raniatora ull ovrr
the ship from here as you have In the
Deal uparitneni imuse in New ork. and
we hava enough u,:t uvar to run all the
dynamos and the tain screws of th
HOW THEY MANAGE WITHOUT
"BIG BILL" EDWARDS.
They haven't any "Hlg Hill ' Kdwards
In Ihe Culled stain navy, and not even
any system for collecting the ah .tins
out In from of the battle. hips, so th
nxi-u up ag an chute that work, b)
suction ale' tarrlel the u..he up from
the Stokehold of the Arkansas to a few
feat ataive tbe witer level. ume forty
"Hero' the ijulckeet way out," aald
lluriaen, "although, of cuurae, It a
rather rough trip. W have a better
way, though, und here Is something
they didn't have aboard the Titanic,
nor, so far aa I know aboard anything
exn.pt th very lateel boata."
lie pointed out a einig Utile wire cage
elevator, automatic and dedicated fOf
the ptlvute use of the men In Ihe Are
room. By climbing Into the cage th
men from tt flrerom, which 1 th low
eat part of Hi big baltluablp In which
men work, can ba shot up to the kuii
deck In ten ISCORdS,
Mercury electric light and h'ige ven
tilator give the nrwroom an ppeara:iL-e
of daylight und aomethlng which the
men who are used to It call "freah, cool
air," but tlie man fmin Arkansas
thought lie'd atood It about a long aa
he could, and he culled upon Seaman
Taylor to take him up.
On the way up thu hot leel ladder,
ten feet above the floor of the flr.
room. Second Ciaaa Fireman "fU" Col
sttVwhuin tOiped the man from Arkan-
He pointed Into an aperture that
looked like the black hole of Calcutta.
"Thern'a a fellow In ihr re can tell
you something that most people don't
know," said llreman Mil nd again
the man from Arkanr.'i was game.
Inable Ihe hole, rtftrr he got used to
the ilurkfui3 the yUntOf could gag h man
who said he wua Coal Passer T. F.
"In spit nf all the new nnd late
wrinkles you ee around here." said
Iolan. "here's one Job that's still done
"It's my duty to flll Iheae cans here
wllh the coiil. minliaTHlle It bver to
that chute and dump II so that It kite.
down that runway to the sh iveller'a b
right In front of the furnace doors"
Hol.in lllustnited. aral the dust ma le
the man from Aratinana .putter un
dv for the upbound ladder.
"There wns Just two days since we've
been In aomnUMlOn that I led n life of
en," said DotRHi "and that wu. when
they wer trying out the oil fuel, but
beMev me, the amell of the oil a4ia
worse than the dust of the roal."
WHAT MAKES THE WHEELS 00
Half a deck upward the vlltor rame
to the engine room, where a half d.ixen
high-powered turbine englReg with
team aiming gtntly out of each of
the.-ii made thlnvs n. hot as Mamr
Oayaof when some on crillvlxea Ills ad-
l.tmlrteman W. A o'Hrlen explained
thai the enirtn-s au Ballad steam far four
different things nbsaj-d the hlgxeat bat-
'Flict, and most Important, we drive
lite screws, next, and alionst aa lea.
portuir, we furnish the RuWI r for t ties
lyaamo rooms, than we ihoot It direct
to the nil i i Inatliia annaratua. ihe
radlatora. .ill over the shin, ami last.
I send It direct to the laundries."
t the forward end ol the engine room
Is the only piece of apparatus that give
way different i
from that of any old. nary engine room I
Hirer Immense dials, three ble con .
tr lllng Wheel thai look like enlarge
ment of the Iron controller for set
ting brake, on an old-fashioned fr.oilil
-. mid Hire., corrugated rubber nle.1.
forms to give the nu n ban Ulnar ih.
ini.-oller a grlii for their feet. ills.
Iltigui.h tlie engine room of Ho i.ie..i
battleship afloat from the engine rowin
of a bit; building hore.
The dla.a re marked off In sections,
with Indicators which answer to the
movements of the ran troll era, labelled
"Full ..peed." "Half .peed." "Keverae, '
"Full speed SBtern" and "Slop"
On the name deck, but In an entirely
si pit ile compartment the visitor easts
Into the dynasts room. It was the "cen
tral tatlon." Chief Rteetrlclon Van
"We have a .iih-.tatloti oft," he added,
"but when we're In port w run only the
mnn Its I1e, Almost everything aboard,
except Ihe screw. I run by electricity,
and Ihe only thing those engiiie-rooin
fellow, are good for now Is to give u.
n bit of steam to run our dvnamos "
sort of rivalry aboard
Arkaiir..!. that ID I la affli lenc)
In the servu. Tlie R re room
snd pride I
iio n wllli
ieu .von mat tnev rc (he fellow who
realll supply the moving force for tho
big battleship, and any one who, like
the man from Arkansaa, really goes
down lo see won t deny It for u minute.
The engine-room men will explain that
It s their work thnt reallv keep the lug
righting monster afloat, and the men In
the dynamo-room will i.sert that thev
only keep firemen and engineer In the
navy to get up the steun to generate
Why. we end our 'julse' everywhere'
aboard," said Van Winkle "We run It
straight to the g! rv, f,,r cooking and 1
baking: we give It to the laundries, fori
wushlng. .Irving an, i ironing; we send I
It up to the turret to wing the big
gun platforms nd guns around as eas
ily as you'd turn vnnr hand; we put the'
power Into the electric cranes that d
the coaling, and bring aboard 'he stores
and the bouts; wi run the elevators, the
electric lighting sv.lem and ihe tel.,.
phone. Why, doggone It. we even lift
the aachori with juic' nowadarst" i
There a million and half dollars In
electrical equipment aboard th Arkan
sas, and evidently Unci gam thinks a I
lot of It, because he bus put the bulk Of I
II In the dead centre of the protected
part of the ship
"We've got three aecl.ona of the heav
iest irmer plat on raen tide of lis,"
said Electrician's Mali- It I' Newberry
"about Ihirtv feet vnU. -...k '
an.) ua much more abov oh, and we re "d wl'"' rORtS, . white gloves. .0:.
pra tlrallv In the dead centre of th. "Weuters. M. N htgh-. ost-of-llvin
boat all around The nil. e W genera'- ther M In the laundry ill anyw ay.
runs lo., many ImpurtSnt part, of this, L'blSf Carpenter's Mate 11. J. Cav
little dory to take . Lance with this I anaugi. aft on he ber'h deck, waa
equipment." working on some standard for pre-
Th man from Arkansas bid come no llmlnary target prRStlce.
SB tar by this time th,. ha thought lie
must i.e about even with th., upper
deck, but Seaman Taylor had another
thing lo show him that th ln.under had
xX. n.'aiiaaiIlTns MAH ' la Midi M Jj
yjflO TAKtt TMl 3Aa.T OUT
oa TMl OCfAM .
never even heard of before.
"Mere's the fellow that lake, the salt
out uf salt water," lie said, as he
ushered the visitor Into the evaporntlng
room, where Klr.t clues Fireman J. J.
Harris was In control.
WHERE THE SEASONING IS EX
TRACTED FR0f7 SEA WATER.
Harris pointed out nix hi hollers with
steam colli carrvlnif steam direct from
the engine-room. The water from the
ocean was run lulu these boilers, he ex
plained, und while the outside of the
hollers was kept artificially cooled tho
hot steam pipes drew the salt to them
gelveg and It evaporated with the steam
while the water wu drawn off.
"We supply the water then to the gal
Irv for cooking, to the hollers for
team, because salt Water Sqltld corrode
the boiler., and to the eeulttc-hutlH for
drinking." he went on. hut the man from
Arkiri.il. w,i. pugsled.
"What's a scuttle-hutt?" lie wanted I i
"Well. It's Just a rcultle-lnilt." Harris
said, "but If you've never seen one
. a sort uf fountain faucet at which
in drink without a .1 el k 1 n B con
I viduai or tin-one-on -a-chain,
j The ofllcrr.' laundry wa. the next nort
of call, and there the iniiti from Arkim-
I a got a few more surprises.
I "It's a ca.c of 'wash-ee, hut no work-re'
In here," rVrumnn C, R. Wut.on. tbe
man In charge, explained "You see BJ
, take the do he. when they -onie In und
1 tOSS 'ran In tblN," und he pitted a long
Otrt ular tuti with an Inner lining that
revolved three full turns each way and
kept revolving u. long as the electric
switch whs turned SR. "and then wc lift
'em In here," ahd he pointed Owl wiiat
' he lulled the extractor.
The extractor would be a welcome
plecii of furniture In any chlnam eO'l
place of buslnes.. for It len had an
Inner tub arraneemetit, but this on. was
I When Wa'a.m turned on tbe curren' '
tiiet perforated inner tub whirled around
so fatal that t ie wed olothes were
pre.hed up agaiiiNt the .Ides by centri
fugal fore and Jttg n.ituritlly had all
the we ne.Ni NotiH.li.-d out of them.
They asm it perfectly sober In
fact and all ready to be slapped onto the
Steeinc ironing ma -nines
"Don't you do MFtklRa by hand
nereT the man rrotn Arkunsae nuerle.l
"Yes. we wrap the clot ho. up ready
for delivery," he waa told.
The pet machine of the laundry. ROW"
ever, and 'he otir which I. culled upon
for the most work Is the electric pant
presstRg mschlne it's only for duek
trcusere, but those white guoks are ao
much In evidence In the navy that that
machine Is just Room the l.u-slct little
piece of mrchunlatn uboard ahlp. It
prslSSS 'sot In a JlfTv-, SstSOR said.
w.( gentle and so ruMly hatutlnl that a
child could manage II
"Well, do you put In all your time on
this job. Watson f Don't you have to
dii iiny of the thin, the sailors are
called upon o do?" lie waa asked.
'Obi I'm enlisted as u seamen, ati
light," said Watson, "but I know thN
business ao I got this berth. There
were lata of fellow after It, there al
ways are when a new ship goes Into
commission. You ee. 1 don't have any
thing to do btr handle this hu.!nea.
and the ohicrra ull nave tu nay tor their
laundry work, you know."
Watson dt.plycl one ,,f th price
lists. It looks lust like a oily laundry
11. 1, only different on the tort .-M,-where
Ihe figure, are Rapid sc.mi.ltm'
of hat list show,. I that the laundry o.
the I'. S. H. Arkansas charges ,M for
doing up a ticillgec Ihlrl, uml onlv .01
for a ill. ', shirt, white tro.lser.. U...
If I' wasn't for an OOORRlonSl Ji
Ibis, "i repairing furniture, or fixing up
the in4l bole there o hardly be any
thing tor a woodworker lo do the
day," he Mid. "Why. RlntOSt evrry
' blng aboard the ship Is Iron or steel,
and the forge or the machine sh'p over
there are twice a. busy as any ship'
carpenter that ever lived."
it. w. Lonsworthy, chief machinist,
agreed with Civaniiugh, but cona.iled
him with th,. fact thut t-any nee Ions
of the iron WOrkerg' duties are now
lleted under tbe dire. lion of th
EVERYBODY BUSY BUT THE
They have a butcher, bilker, a tailor
and a Jailer on the Ark it's n. but all
these except the Jailer folluv. their vo
cation on the upper decks, and the
Jailer had no Involuntary Visitor In the
brig yesterday, so he hail nothing to do
but twld.lle his thumbs. The baker,
.la met Meyers, hru Rfl eloctrlc mixer to
handle the dough for him, tbe ollor's
machine run by the same oower, bu'
even on the Arkansas, newest and
late', of bat leahlpr. the bRI ber still ha.i
to do his work by hand.
I'p on the main deck one o' Heamsn
Taylor', mate, vho, he .-aid, was a
new man in srrvl -e. queried him I
"Where you been for the last hour?"
"DowE In the cualn locker, pli.ving
eToif on the links." replied Taylor, which
I. considered eotne repartee uboard the
In the Province.
iKrooj i .e Niwark News. I
"I'apa. th' magaxlne says that Joy
rills i a a one night stand What does
"That means, my colli, that one
night la uh Ion as low 111.- wall stand
for shows that run a year In Now
Diamond iurrhed from us can he es
' banged at full value or relumed far rash,
less lea per reSt-i wllhln one rear.
To-Day and To-r!orroiv
1 Carat $
lull H III riigkr nn MiNtiskr to mt IfMt
Ifittk m thrin. Hclur uulnjc rh. J not altpp
Into tht iMsnai t-vrlr' 1iri und mU lu
fj iinr-tHrut IMnnitiilil Kltiic. lit-n I on
sw luld (tltr ttrii r 'uil ulll i nil i -r n hstt
thla hull- Muiiiii lu .inn, !'.vrr m- of tlirfsr
I 'uttuin'i urr h'U'H wntl -itstiiitt . wltli tall
thf 1rm niiU iinr or t'dMMNI IHiantuntla.
lit with larct Miireail nf wnrfa.f thrr
lonlt lo t'c until I tl..- llinr lual rlvh.
u Hill llllf lii.ntlrftlw lo wrl.-i from at
Shr m ('"tr WflpTllt Send Itrlf'r. Kllif IKHI
ihlrl. -oiir trurwt. v hmr mtltl liloiiiontli
ilirr' tft in miliMt on iNir rt i ! t 'I llttil fo-
HHiM ilrol'na; U knotvn throiiKhoiil I hr
I i linl Hintrsi.
Hp nur t IridoH iiUile of i.vr ho If o
trillion iloMiirsi north of illoinoniJa. All
ululnlr murki'tl IO to .is.IMMi.no.
CHARLES A. lieCENE
, eaa jtr Ten, laitiorlrr of UliamoiMU,
l9ll Broad way. New York
"v est RJEn
WALES AN OXFORD 'FRESHIE
BEGINS COLLEGE LIFE.
Prince Will live in Democratic
Fashion, but on Quee n's Order
Is Barred from Sports.
OXFortI). Rngtand. Oct. II -Tha
I'rlnce of Wales began hla university
career to-day For a year ha will remain
at MnKilalen Coll' e here. Ilvlnr. aa far
as royslty can, an ordinary freshman s
King George wanted hla so-i to "run
loose,'' but th Quean Insisted on cloaa
( haperonage by a tutor. Kxcept golf and
rowing the I'rlnce will be debarred from
university sports. Her Majesty fears he
might be hurt If he plated rougher
game.. After hla year at oxford the
I'rlnce will go to Cambridge for a
to the Warships.
While tha Fleet la In tha North
River, the New York Telephone
Company will maintain public
telephone stations in charge of
competent attendant, at the)
varloua landing along the water
front. Telephone meaaagea for thoee
board any of tbe ship Hated be
low nay be sent froen any tele
phone to these atatlona. The
answering telephone atteodsmt
will write the mesaage down,
place It In an envelope and. by
arrangement with the Naval
gsRthorltlea, turn It over for de
livery to the next boat leaving
the landing for the ahlp you e
alre to reach.
Telephone atatlona will ha
open from A.M. until mid
night. Below will be found an
alphabetical Hat of the ahloa and
op peal to each the telephone
number to be called.
Mornings Idw .w
. . .Audvibem
Morning side Kaon
. . Audubon
Fluaaer . . .
. Mornlngslde RW
. Stornlngsld 8500
. Moralnaald SMO
. Mnrnlnglde w1
Mr .-art IS40
. . Bryant EkW
. ..Srliuvler 7t0
. . Mornlngald &M0
Mardnnoiigh ....Audnhon tAA
Miiriila Audubon tSOo
Mnlne C.lnmbu Mn
Mar etla Aiiitubon t-Vvi
Massachusetts Brvant Sail
Mavflovver Chelsea 400
MrCnll Scbuvier 7140
Michigan Riverside tola
Minnesota Audubon 600
Hlsaflorl Culomhiis C)
Monsgban Moridngalda W
Montana Chelsea 4inn
Montgomery ... Audubon SJ80
N-a-bvlll Chelsea 4SM
Nebrkn ..Audubon 00
New Hmp.lireMoenlngald Rvixi
New Jeraev Audubon
North Carolina Chelsea itoo
North Dakota Hlvereld 1040
Ohio Audubon 6SO0
Orion Audubon Ml
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Reld , '
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South Carolina, ttlveralde
Slerretl Rlverlde dC"
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. Morning. l gO
.. Morning! JWO
. ...Mornlrvslde Km
.. Mornlstelde tWx)
. ...Chela. i
... Monlngetd MM
. .Mordngslde tWO
. Mirnlnseta ass
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, . . Audubon
New York f A Trph- Cf
invite inspection of their large assortments of Hal and Winter Mylf- in
Women's Fine Footwear;
of the best workmanship and cnrre;t1 cut, including
Wolklnjj; nnd Prf. hoeoi
of Black and Tan Russia Calf, Patent l eather, VICl and l ustre Kid
also Colored Suede and Kid Top. ith Patent Leather
and Black Russia C.tlt Hoxing,
Ranging in price from M.50 to 10.C0 Pair
Evening and Boudoir Sjlpptf
in the newest approved shapes and a Iarg.tr choice of colo. at very
Sljpptr Buck leu
of Sterling Silver. Cut Steel, jilt. Nickel arkl Gun Mrtal Finish, Jet
and Rhinestone in the newest designs
are now showing Later Models in Seasoiable Apparel for
Misses. Juniors ani 03rls
including Reception and Street Frocks, TailoredSuits and Coats of the
most fashionable and desirable fabrics, at Exceedingly Moderate Prices.
They have also arranged for To-inorrcw, a Special Sale of
Misses' Demi-Tailored Suits
of Imported Broadcloths or Diagonal Cheviots, in twdvc desirable
street shades and black, hand embroidered and velvet trimmed,
lined with heavy satin and interlined, Robespiern collar.
Actual Values H2.50 and 45.00 at 1 10.75, 27.50
Juniors Two and
of Diagonals, Mannish Serges
materials, plain and trimmed,
Oirla' School Dresses
One Piece Russian HlTect, also
Dresses ot superior quality Serge,
collar and culls, sizes from 6 to
Actual Values 7.5o and 8.95 ,
Girls' School Coats
of Cheviots, Mixtures, Blanket Cloths and Chrntfillts, full and half
lined with flannels and checked worsteds, sits 8 to 16 years,
at 4.05, 6.50, .75
Actual Values from $7.50 tol3.50
Stern . Brothers
will make To-morrow, a Very exceptional Offering of
Boys' Overcoais and Suits
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats,
in navy blue, gray, brown or tan.beHed or plain models,
with yoke and pure worsted lisirgs. izes .3 to lo years,
Actual VaUe SI0.50
Boys' Long Overcoats,
in the newest models, fabrics M colors, with wool or
serge linings and convertibU collais, sizes lo to 18 yrs,
AcUal ValUC $13.50
Boys' Norfolk and :)ouhle-hreasted Suits,
with two pairs of trousers, of navy blue serge and
desirable shades offTray and brown, sizes 8 to 18 yrs,
Actual Value Sio.oo
Also for To-morrow
Boys' and Children's Hats
Of Velvet, dorduroy and Felt,
in Tyrole! and Jack Tar Models, Specially priced at
Buys' anl Children's Coat Sweaters,
of WVfsteds, in oxford and navy blue,
alzeiom 2!i lo 34 inches, Specially priced at
, Young Men's QotnJng
fortress, College and Business Wear, in correct styles and fabrics.
Noting Men's Suits,
in Norfolk and the new English Sack styles,
of Imported and Domestic Fabrics, in st. t mm
mixtures. 52 to 39 in. chest, from 5 1 0.00 to 29. 75
Young Men's Overcoats,
of soft materials, in plain or fancy colors,
single or double-breasted models, belted tiEPi -3-4 cr
or plain back, 33 to 39 inch chest, from I Ve5U to O 6.U
West 23d and 22d Streets
FOR A BEAUTIFUL
Art Photogravure f "The Giants"
Tha New York National Baseball Club
SUITABLE FOR FRAMING
for Coupon In
Next Sunday's World.
Three Piece 5uits
Actual Value $29.7$,
dat 5.50, 6.75