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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
SEVEN ARE SENTENCED
IN GENERAL SESSIONS.
flldfl Foster Sends All to Prison
Except One, Whom
Jn! Fot?r waa tie only Judge of
the Court of Ocneral Sessions who Im-1
roar d aantencea yenterday. Hevtn prla. j
onr. were arralimoil before him. Thei i
enUncn were lmpoied:
Gaorga Uleti, tw nty-lliree yaara old, I
eonrioted of bunOary. Flrat offenc.
Joaapli Keatlnf. nineteen year oM,
onrleted of carrying blackjack. Second
ffente. Elmlra Reformatory.
Alfred Esposltn, twenty-foiir year
I4, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen
Cooda. Flrat offeni. Blmlra Reform
atory. Oeoreo Frank, twenty veara old,
plxoded a-ullty to burglary: fifth niTena-.
(t1e TVLeon flvo ytart.
William T. Dexter, wenfy-n?nr pastl
old, pleaded guilty to burglary; th'rd
offense. Sia-to Prlaon three yeara and
Salvatnre Drmarlno, fwenty-four year
old, tried and convicted of assault; first
offense. KJmlra Reformatory.
Jlstteo Tardea, twenty-thref years old,
plraded guilty to carrying a revolver;
flrat offense. Fmed 12."..
In Inspiring Thomas Oannor. ared sev
enteen, to kill Christopher i , Oaii
nou, who ooofea.ied Uih crime, haa uut
uten sont'tited U his plea of ftillty of
mars authtar In Itla flrrt degree. Ha
will be tho crhlef witness against .
Minnie Hank Sol Dead.
FrlemlH In Nevr York were delighted
to leai n bO day that the report of the
death of Mmr. Minnie Mauk was Ml
trun. Baron von llesse-Wartagg, hi t
husband, has cabled In reply to mes
sages of condolenro that all membera of
hla family are alive and well. He adds
that the message have been deeply ap
preciated IN PLAYING Piano, the per-
former trantmitt the matieal
(eeling to tht instrument through
the hand. In playing the
tlederee Nnmrl n Defend wnenee.
.Tudee Foster. In toe Court of flener.il
Kesslona to-day, appointed Job R,
llederea. defeatc.l liepuhllran canilldatn
for (lovemor, nnil Clifford Seasonfon!
to defend Fiedcrl 1; Sr-ine, nho la
c 'rnrged with nvirder In lie first degree
"with Iks ton. you Oli'lftrffT
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Caiii er Kuj Terms Rend for Booklet.
SlMmttoai llojt for Chrlstatas Dallrery.
425 FIFTH AVENUE
Enlrsnre Mth at,, N. V.
To-Djy & To-Morrow
Women's and Misses'
Suits, Coats & Raincoats
Bargains that aro well worth considering.
at 12.50, 14.50, 16.50 & 18.50
hardly any two alike, Gray, Brown,
Blue, Tan and Black, really splendid
of Broadcloth, Fall and Winter weight
materials, all this season's colorings
and mixtures, at
16.50, 18.00 & 22.50
Alterations free. Perfect fit guaranteed.
This cut represents one of the many
guaranteed Rainproof, Tan and Ox-
a a . . a i
ioru, in piain ana ragian en ecu, excel
lent value at
6.75 & 8.50
To make room for Holiday goods big
reductions have been made in our
regular stock of Trimmed Hats.
Handsome Velvet and .'lush Hots, trimmed with Ostrich
P umes, Fancies, Furs and Flowers, suitable for all occasions,
were 12.00, 15.00 & 18.00. Now 7.50, 9.50 St 12.00.
Attractive Street Hats, smartly trimmed, were 5.00, 8.00 &
12.00. Now 2.50, 3.50 & 4.50.
Broadway, ovVxand S&.
Sale of Boys' Suits
5.00 and '6.00 Values
Anniversary Bargains Offered to Mothers and Fathers to
commemorate twenty-five years of successful Clothes sell
ing, during which time this business has grown from a
modest little 15x40 shop to Five of the largest and hand
somest Clothing Stores in New York City one of the fore
most retail Clothing concerns in America.
Suits Norfolk and Douhle-breasted, absolutely all wool,
in neat, new browns und grays sizes 6 to 18.
Overcoats Russian and Reefers, among them all wool,
Blue and Gruy Chinchilla! -sizes 8 to 10.
$7.50 Values at $4.75
Overcoats --Big, warm, douhle-bre;isted, belted coats with
Convertible collar- all-wool fubric, new smart designs.
Mzes 10 to IS.
Suits Norfolk and douhle-bi-castcil, with two pair! of
knickers -all-wool, of course, in all shades and fabrics.
Sale at These Two Stores Only
Union Square, 14th Street, just West of Broadway
l9Ath Street, corner Third Avenue.
Open Saturday Evening.
at Mttl Slrect
Special offerings tomorrow in
Misses' & Girls' Apparel
which are far more than ordinary values
Our ordinary values arc extraordinary in
comparison with others these values are
extraordinary in comparison with our own.
Those offerings are exceptional, both in selection and in the mailer
of price, for nt this slagc of the season vnriety is at high tide, and we
have created a new low level for prices. They embrace the most modish
garments for youthful feminine wear, and in every instance there is an
assurance of .satisfaction far in excess of the asking price. second floor
Special Values in Misses' Coats
Full length models, of im
ported chinchilla, in navy,
gray and brown. Finished
with sealctte collar tmd
cuffs. 14 to 18 years.
Full length models, of Im
ported boucle, in navy and
blnek, lined and interlined
with peau de ej-gne. Velvet
collar and cuffs. 14 to 18.
Seal Plush Coats
Full length models, lined
with guaranteed satin.
Fastens to side with large
self ornament and has long
roll collar and cuffs.
Misses' Dresses iix en Misses' Suits lix sft
ceularly 29.50. . . special at J 1 reduced from 25.00 and 29.50 J
regularly 29.50 special
Made of imported eponge, men's wear
serge, Bedford cord and fancy diagonal
weaves, in the very smartest tailored
models, with contrasting cloth, velvet or
Persian collar and cuffs. In ruby, old blue,
brown, navy and black. 14 to 18 years.
Plain and fancy tailored models, which we
have decided to close out quickly at a spe
cial reduction tomorrow. Made of wide
wale or diagonal cheviots, men's wear serge
and fancy suitings, in black and in all the
modish colorings. 14 to 18 years.
Three Specials in Misses' Coats
Full length plain tailored
or Norfolk models, made
of all wool cheviot anil
fancy tweeds lined
throughout. Navy, brown,
tan and gray. 8 to 16.
Full length, button to neck
models, with belt at back.
Imported chinchilla, lined
throughout with plaid wor
sted. In navy, brown and
gray. 6 to 16 years.
Made of imported boucle,
ftihelinc and seal plush;
lined throughout with satin
and trimmed with velvet
or seal plush. In navy,
brown or black. 8 to 14.
Six very special items in this
Sale of Women's Coats
at considerably less than regular prices
The quantity is so limited ard the values are so hip that we
cannot promise you that this sale will last the entire day
Uecnuse they are represent ntive styles of the hour in coat wear, despite
the great innrgin of eeononiy in the prices, these coats arc wonderful values.
5 Hut although the assortment is notalilc for variety, the number of coato
is somewhat limited, and may not even suffice for one day's business.
S It is on this account that we have marked them at such liberal economies,
so that they mny find a readier market than if held for sale at usual prices.
Exceptionally fine quality chinchilla, In
full length model, buttoning close to nerk,
with self colored pluh collnr. In black,
navy, brown, Oxford and gray. All lined.
Curly Astrachan Coats
Full length model, buttoning far to side and
finished with two large hand-made braid
ornaments. Black only, lined throughout.
A very smart model with long revers.
Seal Plush Coats
Seven-eighth or full length models, with
loose Of SI mi back and cutaway front. Lined
all throtiidi and fastening to side with a
very large hand-made plush ornament.
Full length model with cutaway front and
dip back. Lined w-ith peau de cygne, in
!i;:l colors. Garment has long shawl collar
and buttons far to side Black or mole.
Three models, of black broadcloth and cor
dnn y. loi g revers and cuffs of black and
brown opossum caracul. French lynx or
nearseal. All coats are lined throughout.
Fur-Trimmed Plush Coats
Full length model, cutaway front, button
ing to I he side, and finished with long
revers and cuffs of black opossum. Inset
kimono sleeves. Lined throughout.
500 Women's Tailored Suits at $18.50
Values $25.00. $29.50 & $35.00
I All the wanted materials, all the wanted colorings, and all the wanted models.
That tells the story, except to add that it is not often possible for you to buy at
this stage of the season tailored suits of this character at such liberal savings.
Overcoats and Suits
for the Younger Set
To be young is to have all
your mistakes before you!
I But there is one mistake we can save you the mistake
of mediocre clothes. That much we can do towards
making your youth a success. c can furnish you with
the most individual garments made clothes that are
full of the joy of life, even as youth itself clothes
that have the style of youth and are the youth of style.
I At 17.50 this season we have been more successful in
our productions than ever before. This is borne out by
results. Daily the assortments melt away, and daily we
replenish them. Daily, too, the enthusiastic endorse
ments of youth serve as an infallible indication of the
merits of Saks clothes at the popular price of 17.50.
J Suits in serges, blue cheviots, and gray cheviots, cut
on exclusive Saks models, with high eut vest, and
narrow figure lines. The overcoats are U belted models,
and knee length; and we can show you a liberal selec
tion of great coats that are the fullbacks in the overcoat
game. All 17.50, but you must see these garments to
appreciate what Saks tailoring has put into them.
$10 Trimmed Hats Winter Clothes for Boys
which are the measure of average
values at 16.50 to 20.00
which carry the label of the moj t
representative clothing house In America
a regular weekly offering, but irregular in the an offering of smart clothes for boys in
, , i ' 1 .1. it i i i
sense tnat tne values continually improve which quality is enhanced by special prices
I This Saturday our offering of trimmed millinery at.
the popular price of ten dollars will embrace hats
trimmed with Paradise plumage and ostrich feathers
and fancies. These hats are made of erect pile plush
of a very serviceable quality. They Include the smartest
small and medium shapes, mostly copies of Paris ideas,
but supplemented with many engaging creations of our
own. Brown, navy and taupe, as well as black.
These weekly offerings an the most representative
assortments of trin med millinery ever assembled at this
price. They are an accurate barometer of the smartest
trimmed millinery modes, rcfh-ctiiig each Saturday the
creations of the week, and affording you a variety of
selection hitherto undreamt of at such a popular price.
? VYc have marked these boys' garments at special;'
prices for tomorrow, regardless of the fact that at higher!,
prices they would still be better than average values.'
Saturday is always a busy day in our Boys' Department,'
but such values as these will make it busier than ever.f
Boys' Overcoats special at 15.75
Made of heavy cheviot cloths, with plaid backs and Venetian
yokes. In lrown, Oxford and blue. Helled models, with
veruble collars. Ages 18 to 18 yean.
Boys' School Overcoats at 7.95
a sale tomorrow which offers a
host of extraordinarily good values
an opportune time for feather neckwear
and opportune prices at which to buy it.
CJ Stylish feather neckwear will cost very little if bought
in this sale tomorrow, because we have marked it ma
terially under its market worth. And you will find the
selection just as exceptional as the values. Mam floor
Marabout Capes, 5 rows of marabout, with chenille)
tassel ends. Nntural color. Value 2.75 special at f ,Vi'
Marabout Capes, 0 rows of marabout, with chenille ends, 1 4.50
in natural and bluck. Value 6.50 special at (
Marabout Collars, finished with full marabout tail, and (a cA
satin bow at side. Value 6.50 special at 'u
Shawl Collars, 4 rows of plain marabout und 3 rows of I
mariibout aud ostrich, with chenille ends. In natural and 3.75
black. Value 5.50 special at
a 1 , . , . . I a 1
Miawi collars, o rows oi pinin maranour ami x rows oi -y m
Special offering, of 1200 pairs of
Gloves at 85c
as good as any dollar value and
better than most of them
4 A smart walking glove Is essential to correct
tailored attire, but it is not necessary to pay one
dollar and a half for them, when you can buy
gloves of such quality as these at eighty-five cents.
4 Imported cape stock, In medium weight, prix
seam sewn, English cut thumb and double raised
corded backs. A one-clasp glove, in black, white,
and a modish shade of tan. Perfect In quality and
fit, and the proper thing in good glove-wear styles.
Made of Shetland coatings, plaid lined, and Venetian yoke,
belted models, with convertible collars. Also, some coats made'
of fancy heavy mixture cloths, with plaid backs. 10 to 17 yean.
boys Overcoats special at 13.75
Polo modeU, lull belted, with patch pockets. Made of navy, gray '
and brown all wool chinchilla, with all wool check lining, titan
lilully tailored. Ages 0 to 12 yeara.
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats at 5.05
liuttoii to neck models, with velvet collar, and all wool flannel
lined. Very senireaiilc and practical garment. S to 10 years.
Boys' School Suits at 5.95
With extra pair of knicttcrbockera
Made of all wool fancy cheviots, in Norfolk and double-breasted
models. A variety of fabrics, but no variation whatever so the ;!
quality of thn workmanship, which is excellent throughout. 1
boys' Heavy Worsted Sweater Coats, in all the m
est colorings, and made with rough neck collar. Ages
to 16 years. Regularly 4.00 Saturday special
Misses' Swcuter Coats, made of all wool, in a coat)
White, Oxford, cardinal and navy. I.y3
model, with roll collar
h to Hi years. Regularly 3.00
Saturday special at)
marabout and ostrich, with silk tape tassels.
Marabout Stoles, 5 strands, 72 inches long. Black and I
natural. Value 5.00
Round Ostrich Boas, 72 Inches long, in nuturnl, black, ) -gray
or white. Value 7.50 special at (
Ostrich Feather Stoles, 3 strands, GO inches lohf, in j
natural and white, black and white, gray and white, and 5.00
nil white. Value 7.50 special at
Large Pillow Muffs, 11 strands of imtra'iout and 2)
strands of ostrich, in black and white, natural and white, (-3.50
and all black. Value 5.50 special at )
Large Pillow Atuffs, 7 rows of marabout, I rows of
ostrich and -! rows of white marabout; the combinational .
being black and white, or natural and white. Full shirred 4.50
Mtia ends. Value 6.75 special at '
Boys' & Youths' Shoes
reduced much below usual prices
J In line with our usual custom of offering special
values each week in shoes for youths and boys, we have
assembled for tomorrow a liberal assortment of our
regular stock shoes and marked then considerably under
our usual priees. These shoes are shown in both gun
metal calf and patent leather, Blucher lace modftls only.
Were 2.50 sizes 11 to 13 reduced to 1.81
Were 3.00 sizes 1 to 6) reduced to 2. 38
Children's l.eggint, in vehet, Jersey cloth, leather and cor
duroy, at a rang of prices liberal in extern and liberal in value. .
Boys' Root Tivoli Underwear, made of gray merino, Age
with bilk taped ueck. Sizes 6 to 54. Regularly 1.00) U0V
Sale of Women's Shoes at $2.85
regularly $4.00 and $4.50
Today and tomorrow are the last two days in which yo i
can enjoy the advantages of this annual sale. There is
still a sufficient variety from which to make a suti .
factory selection, but you will need to act quickly.
Silver Mesh Bags i
& Vanities for Women
n sale of limited quantities but yox
nevgT saw bjgggr values in your life.
4 Let 111 suggest that you give Christmas a thought in
considering these remarkable values. If they do not
appeal to you as gift possibilities for some one else, let
US suggest that you consider them in the light of per
sonal gifts to yourself riht now. Main floor
$38 Mesh Bajfs at $22.5050 only
Sterling silver Beth 1uk with 6V$UMfa frames. Hand engraved
in narrow or wide effects. BupsrfUM mesh and deep shirred skirt.
$16.50 Vanity Cases at $10.5050 only
Sterling silver vanity cases, extra heavy in weight. Hand est
graved and silver lined. Contain mirror, coin holder, memo
tablet sad jiem il as well sa compartment for powder and cards.