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THE EVENING WORLD, TUE8DAT, NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
HE SAYS, ROPED IN
Prosecutui Bitterly Assails
Great Author's Son in
SAYS LETTERS MISLED.
Girls Copied Hawthorne's Sig
nature for Wide Use. It
How the WUfltflOUl name of an Il
lustrious father i alllfe! t tuvo been
lre-r .1 In the nitre, In furtherance of
a, gjlgatitlc scliemr ta defraud thousands
of Innocent and unsuspecting lnvstor
VII deicrlhi it tc-diiy tiy Assistant I'liltod
Htets Attorney Thompson to Judge
'I. mnli and a Jury in the Federal Court
at tlje trial of Juliun Hawthorne, Joalah
QuUi'y, Alhort Freeman and Dr. Will
iam J. Morton, Jointly chargel with
mlaniM of thn in. i l
Tho Jury WM coinpii ted at 1 1. SO P. -M.,
after two tedious eoaalon of the court,
ind -Mr. Thompson thin began Ml upon
iri(r for the prOMOUtlofii
From the gist of Rig mmarka It waai
plain that thn Oovtniment propoea to
unfurl a startling atory of alleged
fraud hy which tlie dertndn.nl are ald
:o have horome enriched to tle extemt
of nearly 11,800,000,
Htip by step Mr. Thompaon re
hearsed the hlatory of the Hawthorne
lining enterprise US, Flrat h told of
I he organization of the Termattaml-Co-balt
concern, by use of "dummy" olu
. era, gradually h ading up to the point
Where. Hawthorne Is alleged to have
aanctloncd nil appeal to investor un
der hla own mini, for capital.
"Mr. Hawthorn write a fine hand,"
said Mr. Thompson, "and we will how
that specimens of Ml Mgnature were
f urn I ahi-d to many sjtrll In the employ
of tho company, Who learned to imitate
I: and tnrn aend thousands of letter
ttironghout the country, which have the
appearance of being personal lettera'
fiom Mr. Hawthorne."
Mr. Thompaon explained that theae
lettera poke glowingly of the Ternia-uaml-C'obalt
properties, and contained a
sort of proepectua signed by a man
n until Brooks which purported to tell
all about the mlnea. llrooks, the prose-
ii, Ion contends, never even aaw the
In fact," aaid Mr Thompaon, "we
will ahow that thin man Hrooks, who
wag represented as an expert and waa
supposed to have made an exhaustive
examination of the mines in iiueatloii.
was never even In a mine In his life,
except a coal mine."
Hawthorne, who sat with Or. 'Morion
In ring the attorney bitter arraign
ment of hlin, appeared extremely nerv
oua, though he made no comment.
DECLARES HAWTHORNE'S LET
TERS WERE MISLEADING.
"The letters Mr. I a'.vthorne mailed to
InNotors told of his having been edu-
aled aa an engineer, although he had
followed literary work for many year."
went on Mr. Thompson. "They auld lie
purpose ret aining to- his 'early love,'
and that in doing so he woUtd go in for
mining! that any mine he promoted
would naV to b a Hood One, and that
tlie one he appealed to them to Invest
in, which llrooks spoke so optimistically
about, was a Qood one."
Just ho good the Hawthorne prop
erty was Mr. ThORipSOh said one might
judge from thl fact that It was located
in a detue forest In Ontario, Canada,
and had never been thoroughly proa
iwcted. "They didn't own the property, nor
bad they even perfOtd a leasehold on
it." cried the Assistant United States
Attorney. "There were twenty-one
claims, to be sure, but they were lo-
a td In a fort reserved by the Can
adian QoVemment, and under the law
of 'anada the best they could hope
for was a ten years' lease on these
SLEUTHS BREAK IN DOOR
TO GET AT THEIR QUARRY.
Real folate Broker Is Arrested on
( '.h.rge of ( :iieck Fraud in
Hb Lawyer's Office.
Mil nei; Shauh, a lea; estate broker,
living at N'o. $91 Tip. tc atie t. tit Hrons.
was arrested to-day. after detective
had broken down the office door of his
lawyer, Ai hlbal I Palmer, at No. 310
Broadway, behind which Hhruib had
'akon refuge, ,hvil aJTtl charged wltii
defrauding Klnur Helcbes, proprietor o:
the 'Madestlc Theatre In Albany, of $100
on a bud rherk.
iIetexrtiWe Heed earn, down from Al
bany yesterday with a warrant laeued
by Judge John J. Mrnly for the arreit
of Shautv Laagt nlrht Heed trac-d
Shaub to hla homo, where the rel eatate
broker denied hla Identity, hut .promld
to meet the detective to-day In hla law.
When Rant and Headquarter detec
tives appeared at the lawyer's office to
day ttiy learned Minn was In a rear
room, 'but he refused to open the door.
After lusvlng the Albany warrant certi
fied hy Maglatrate Mct)uade at th
Tomb "ourt, they returns 1. broke in
the door and took their prleoner befor
McQuade. The JrUMtlstTalfl turneil htm
over to the oultody of the Albany de
tective to he taken la to Albany.
CHARGE OF CONTEMPT.
Afier moving almleasly around at the
outse: of trading, the tto it market to
day finally punued an upward tendency
that carried the list fractionally above
the closing range of yesterday, but deal
ings were restricted.
Top levels were maintained In the sub
sequent pei'.od. but the market remained
A rising trend and increased activity
characterised aflewioon trading. Coder
the leadership of Heeding, steel. Union
1'selflc and elt Paul, the entire market
mounted In about the highest of the
nay at closing time. Net gain of one
point and more were numerous In all
The tone remain strong to the finish.
dssplte realising that was In progress
In the last few minute
m. Oar A I
The Closlnsr Prices.
Tn dlT'a lushest, leweat sad last prleei of
uinas nn of t rnasfss mapaiM win jet
tents, s final fur-ires era a follows.
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Hkn Hip Irm tn
J F. Darling Ordered to Argue
His Appeal From Judge's
Judge Hwann, In 'eeneral sessions to
day, Issued to etherlff llarbu-ger .a com
mitment, which serai as 1 warrant, for
th arrest of Joseph F. Marling, a law
yer, of No. 111 Nassau street, for eon
tempt of court. Judge Hwann had pre
viously sentenced the lawyer to thlety
days In tho city prison for his con
temptuous conduct In the trial bafor"
u lge Swami of Anna Heavier, charged
Darling, who was onco a Heputy At-torncv-'lc.neral
of the rlt.at, was ordered
arrested by the trial Judge immediately
after the conviction of his ltent. Judge
Swann gave him tern days In wihl.'h U
prepare an exception, to the Judge's
ruling In adjudging him guilty of con
tempt and paroled him for ten days.
The parole whs tip yeterday.
A TALE OF THREECITI ES.
PblladelvhlB Couple Marry In Sew
VrV, Honeymoon In Montreal.
James Ilalrd Simpson and ItutU May
Norljorn, both well known to the high
est soc lal set in the Quaker City, eloped
to New York to-day, rughed to the
Marriage Hureau at the City Hall, ob
tained a license and were quickly wed
at the Little Church Around the
Corner. Then the fleeing, but linppy
couple hoarded a train for Montreal
where the honeymoon La to be spent.
Young Slmpson-he Is twenty-three
and his bride, w ho Is Jut twenty, met
on an automobile tour. They fell in
love, beewme engaged secretly and then
astonished their friends and relatives
by running off to-day and getUng ma-
Mi. Simpson resides at No. Sir Wayne
avenue, and his bride lives with her
parents ut No. 17 ICast Johnson sired,
Philadelphia. Telegr.iuui were sent by
the COUpt from the City JtJl to friends
OUST CLERK FOR JUGGLING
McGuire Was Accused of Helping in
Scheme to Circumvent
An a result of the exposure of Henry
" lark's aliened attempts to Induce mem
ber of the Klre Department to deposit
money with him under promise of get
ting their names on the first hundred
on the eligible list. Albert D. Mcilulre,
a clerk for the CIWl Service I'ommls
slon. has lost his Job. Official notice of
bis dismissal was sent to the Mayor
McGuire was put on trial charged
with having copied ratings of firemen
who were striving for promotion and
ut.llzlng his information In connection
with operation of 'lark MoOiiire.
who was a trusted employee, received a
salary of 11,711 anil had been in the em
ploy of the city since 1901
Powerful political pressure was
hnvught upon the'coinniiss'.on to prevent
tho dismissal of M.sJulrc.
Meyer Ornlea He Will He. Ian.
WASUINUTON. Nov. -Humors
that Secretary Meyer of the Navy He
paf tmanl was about to resign, which
were In active circulation In Washing
ton to-day, brought an emphatic denial
from the Secretary himself at the con
clusion of the Cabin! meeting at the
White House. Secretary Meyer said
be hud no Intention of relinquishing his
post before tlie end of 1'iesldeJit Taft's
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Bride Sticks ta llaeaana She Trie
t "ave Kalber Aeeaeer.
J AMKS IXiWX, N. V.. Nov. aa. Hld
on a charge of abdaictlon, Vlutor Kle I
of Brooklyn has the compsny In Uie
i s ai Jail of hra bride, who waa Ms
Kathryn K. Hurley of Jt M n . Ta.
II waa arreated laat nmht on tele
graphic ohargea from the glrl'i father
Immediately after I he arrest Ttev. tV.
1'. Frycikman was aent for and married
the Couple Mrs Klein then Instated on
rematnlnar ha jail with her husband, and
iwaa giaiited thai (nltllege by the po
Th father of the girl If expected
here lata to-day. and If he decide to
pre the charge Klein will be taken to
Ht Mary's for trial.
frink Uatr. 420 M Ht. Nse tork. writs.:
"Mj wife tildsnlt tell im llrk with nllwm
I ralieJ In the ,ls-tnr. Islt lis fallel la iel 'er
j u. tanrs no Urns to le lies. . I hiwma
my own rt.. t..r an.1 with luslwi) ft Hsaili kii,.l
ml lib. I asr her eriamllns 4e Kadwir a dlrar
n n. mti aha wn4 bark to work two .ten kkter."
Cured Wife in Two Days.
KA,,W 4 V.&W WlfllAA ArmU ;
i AdTrvr Itlin.
18,000 IN TURKEY TROT
LED BY TEXAS GOVERNOR.
nranksRiving Birds Have Biggest
Affair of the Year in the
Streets of Cuero.
TETlO. Tex., Nov. . Gov. Colquitt
of Texaa and membera of his gtaff
headed what probably was the biggest
"turkey trot" of the year to-day. when
they led a procession of 1S.000 turkey
through the streets of CUOTO
Practically all of the birds will be
slaughtered for the Thanksgiving and
Merrill's Klrrtlou lie. tared.
AI.HA.NY. Nov. 26. -The State Hoard
of Canvassers to-ilay declared Kdwln A.
Merrltt jr.. Speaker of the Asarnfply,
duly elected Congressman from the St.
l.awrenoe-FraiiUtln-lv-.-'cx MMltet to fill
the unexpired term caused .by the death
or Ilepiesentatlve tleorge It. Mnlhy. Mr.
Merrltt also was elected for a full term
oMwo years beginning next March. Mr.
Mcrr.tt's plurality was 5,4M.
Keeovrra. Will Wed Morse.
Claude Mitchell Hsrron, a locomotive
engineer who was nursed nack to health
by Miss Kmni.abclle 'an I.oane Towna
alter he had been injured in n Tallroad
a. cl ient, ohtalned a license at the 04 ty
Hall to-day to wel Ml nurse. The
couple are temporarily residing at No.
19 West One Hundred and Se.'ond ItPMt,
TAFT'S THANKSGIVING PLANS.
President to Attend Two Chnreh
lervlees and a Weddlna.
WASHINmN. Nov. 2S. 4Horr.e of
Aiuit Delia Torrey'e famous mince pie
and a turkey from the Vose farm at
Weaterley. K. U, will form the main
features of the President's Thank
giving dinner. The Chief Kxecutlvo
plans to-day for Thursday, were to at
tend two Thanksgiving church services
and a wedding.
In the morning the l"reldent will
aorshlp at the l'an American mass at
St. Patrick's Roman CatTiorlo Chur.rh
and in the afternoon at servl.es at his
own church, the l.'nlu'rlan. He and
Mr. Taft will later attend the wedding
of Misa Allen Iloutell, daughter of the
Minister to Switzerland, to John Wood
TILLMAN COURT FIGHT ON.
son of Senator Tries to et Chil
dren 1'roni Former Wife.
COLUMBIA, S '.. March 26. Habeas
corpus proceedings brought by B. H.
Tillman, son of l ulled States Senator
Tillman, against his former wife to
obtain possession of their two daugh
ters, aged eight and six. were begun In
the State guprent! Court here tu-day.
(irlgtnul proceedings were tiled In Jan
uary, 1910. Young Tillman had exe
cuted a deed, without the consent of
his wife, transferring the custody of
the children during their minority to
his parents. At tnis tune the Supreme
Court gave the custody of the children
to their mother.
Mrs. Tillman has since ohtalned a
divorce and Is living In Muclnnatl. She
resumed tier maiden name and Is re
sponding to the petition or the father
la the name of Mis. Mary Hugan.
No Store Wj if "Tgrn
. in America LvtimrtfGBr
1 1 .t .1.
r it 1 1 msinwissiwsnw
Undersell U WMkf orterireja
Huini. C(MWltfll I urii.i,-.i, t
S. E. Car. 124th. 3d Ave., S..
If You Do Not Care for $200
Then Buy Your Player Piano
On Fifth Avenue
But if you desire the uttermost in
quality at a minimum of cost visit the
FUcher Piano Factory before you purchase.
PIqVsOI CfiCA Other Stores charge $850
J. IJ Cl ipDDU for similar quality.
PiSinOS Th Finest Player Ever Made
Other Player Pianos, $375- worth S45o.
Liberal Credit Pianoe Exchanged
J. & C. Fischer
Factory Salesroom. 417 Weit 2oth Street, Near 9th Avenue
Oldest Piano Makers in New York
Lord & Taylor
Men S English Made HoOtS
$4.85, $5.85, $6.85
Values $.()() to $10.00.
Holiday Gift Suggestions in
Men s Furnishings
House Coats of dnublc-facfd cloth,
$'.00, $rJK), $7.10 and $10.',0
Velvet Dinner. Jackets $1',.(H). $1S.00
French Dressing downs $.10.00, $35.00
English Woolen Dressing (towns,
$li00 to 9H5.00
Blanket Robes 6900, $5.00, $6.00
Wool Blanket Robes 7.50 to $12.00
Terry Cloth Bath Robes $8.50 to $8.50
French Terry Cloth Robes $10.50 to $16.50
Sweater Coatt $5.50. $6.00, $7.50
English and Scotch Wool Golf or Motoring Coats,
$6.50 to $15.00
Silk Mixture Pajamas $2.75, $.50
Broadway & 0th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
Matrons' Young Ladies' Debutantes'
FOOTWEAR OF CHARACTER
Smart Styles and Exclusive
Models in Various Leathers
Ncwhih arched. Hat
solt; model in black,
white, pink and blue.
MiuIp to sproiiiliirdrr
to match rowiih,
any color or ihxtle.
FIFTH AVE. At Thirty-fifth St.
I I I I I t I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I 1-H-l-l-H -l I I M I I I I I I I 1 H-l-l- 1111 H
24 PAGES. 16 PAGES IN COLORS
FREE WITH NEXT
The Most for Your Money
Multiplied by Two
Hackctt-Carhnrt clothes today arc .selling at an average
one-half saving to you. Yet, even were you to pay the full
regular prices the prices at which these clothes were
intended to sell you would still be getting more for your
money than any other New York store is offering today.
Purr logic backs thr above statement.
This is the height of the clothe season time
when top prices must be obtained
This condition is intensified by what is almost
a famine in this seaion'i fabric market!.
And. as a result, you will pay more than full
prices for many suits and overcoat! in certain
Now, let's look at this situation from the
Hackett-Carhart point of view:
There are many thousands of suits and overcoats
on sale at the Hackett-Carhart stores today.
Many thousands more asi in the tailors' hands,
and neariciR completion.
All are of the newest, finest fabrics -the latest,
choicest creations of leading woolen mills here and
These are made up in the wi lest varieties of
luit and overcoat models ever ihown.
The ityles are of English. Continental, aid
Fifth Avenue origin. Also, the popular College
designs, and nmy mvJrlt that are exclusive with
Hi-kstt. Carhtrt & Co.. Inc.. Retail.
In overcoats alone there are mire than 60 modeli
in over 890 fabric styles. For dresi. business,
street, mator, travel and itorm wear.
This great wealth of clothe 1 is the result of rare
foresight. The garm?nti here todtv were in
preparation long before the rerent receivership. And
the subsequent settlement with creditors at 50 cent!
on the dollar is what is responsible for today's values.
Particularly wonderful are these values, when
you consider that behind each garment is the 56-year-old
I Itckett-Carhirt reputation for fine clothei
and fair dealing.
And each garment affords you the most for your
money multiplied by two. Or. in other words,
$15, $18, $20 & $22.50
OVERCOATS & SUITS
In thrie aiiortnirnti you may rlinoir among hundrriia
of fine oveicoeti. Kalirin ami tailoring botli oi tn hihrit
tandsrd. Uriifna and ihsdri of lh hour, all absolutely ror
reet. Siifl for Men, Younj Men and lloyi, Modeli include
itylri for every service:
Cheaterfirlrl Model-44 to 52 inch lengths itaple
and fancy ihadei.
Convertible Collar Model tingle and double limit
ed 52 inch lengths, correct new ihadei and itaple designs.
Shawl Collar Model- the iraton'i moit popular
deiigni correct new and itaple thadei.
English Split SleeveModels- plain and belted backs
smart new shades and weaves.
In suits you may choose from high grade Worsteds, Cheviots
and Velours in correct College, Fifth Avenue, Norfolk and
conservative models for Men, Young Men and Uoys.
$22.50, $25, $28, $30, & $32.50
OVERCOATS & SUITS
More than 2000 overcoats ami auii are in this assortment.
It includes many popular fabrics and models commanding
premium prices in other stores. Rare escellence of design
and fine tailoring characterize every garment. Included are:
Cheaterfirlrl Model, in every variation (ram 44 to
52-inch lengths all correct staple shades as well as smart new
popular and riclusive weaves and colorings in Melton, Kerseys,
Velours, Worsteds, Vicunas, Midlands and Tweeds, i'lain
and Plaid Hacks.
Convertible Collar and Shawl C oiler Models
52-inch lengths in Chinchillas, Velours, Shetlands, Vicunas,
Zibelines and Smart Scotch and English Tweed effects. Many
eiclusive Plaid Backs.
English Cuard, London Split Sleeve, London
Boa and Raglan Model in all the new smart shades
and popular heather miltum blues, grays, browns n I olives.
In Vicunas, Shetlands. Chinchillas, Tweeds, Velours and
English, Scotch and Irish MigtUTMl
Of the hundreds of eadusive drsigns in the Suit assortments
under this heading, there arr many from the weavers only a
trifle more t) nn a fortnight. All stylish staple shadei, and the
moat rerent loreign reproductions, in correct and eacluaive
English. Continental. College and Fifth Avenue models.
$32.50, $35, $37. 50, $40 & $4 2.50
SUITS AND OVERCOATS. .
$20, $22.50, $25 & $28 ttio r-
OVERCOATS &SUITS P I O.OU
Included are several thousand overcoats, all of quality fab
rics in the newest corrert shades, weaves and design. All
lailnredin UN high giade manner that has distinguished Hackstt
Csrhsrt gtrmrnis lor more than two generations.
Cheaterf ield Model 44 to 52 inch lengths Meltons.
Kerseys. Velours, Vicunas. Plaid Backs. Tweeds and broken
sie Chinchillas. In all thr new weaves and staple and popu
lar shades many of thr latter being eacluaive.
Convertible Collar Models 52 inch lengths -single
and double breasted styles in Vicunas. Velours, Tweeds, Cheviot!
and broken sire Chinchillas. All correct new shades as well
as every staple.
r.nglish Guard and English Split SleeveModels
- msde in all correct and staple shades of Vicunas, Velours,
Tweeds, Cheviots and English and Scotch hand made eftrcts
Also I 'laid Backs in all the correct styles and staple shades.
More than 100 smart designs are shown among the suits
at tH.50. The fabrics embrace Worsteds, Velours. Tweed
and Caasimrrri, all the corrert grays, browns and heathers,
and the modish silk. English and Scotch misturrs. Th models
bring of English, Continental. College, Norfolk. Filth Avenue
and liar let t-f arhart designs for Men. Young Men and Beys.
$30, $3250, $35 & $37.50
OVERCOATS & SUITS
Eaact counterparts in styles and identical in labric with
the product oi fine Fifth Avenue custom tailors are most of th
overcoats in this assortment. In models (or every conceivable
Choaterfleld Model, in ever variation from 44
to 52 inch lengths full backs, semibaeks and form fitting de
signs. Fi M laced, dressy fabrics, rough faced fabrics and aemi
,l.iv e finished fabrics. In Kerseys, VeTouri, Worsted, Vicunas,
Chinchillas and Shetland! - 4 sat n. ' satin, worsted and lilk
linings and many esrlusive plaid back designs.
Shawl Collar and Convertible Collar Models
S2-inch double breasted street, motor and travel coats. Mad
up in Chinchillas, I' weeds Vi lours. Vicunas and Shetland, la
every correct new shade, weave and design, and many rtcjuaiv
English. Irish arid Scotch miatures and weaves.
English Guard, London Split Sleeve, London
Boa and English Form Fitting Models many of
these styln being shown in both double and single breasted
garments. Every new and popular shade and miature among
them Chinchillas. Shetlands, Velours. Worsteds and English.
Scotch and Irish Tweeds and Freiies.
In suits, you may choose from an assortment of iplendid
garments in an endless variety of styles. This includes many
staple shades and silk miatures that are seldom, if ever, offered
under price. Every design is exclusive and the modeli represent
the best ideas of two continents.
SUITS & OVERCOATS- OV
The finest assortment! of men's furnishings
rosiible of procurement comprise part of the
lackett-Carhart aalct stocks.
The great majority of this merchandise has a
national reputation for excellence and hai never
before been lold under price.
Proportionately these stocks represent as great
an opportunity ai do the suits and overcoat!.
Pleated and Plain Shirts
$ I .SO Shirts, famous makes and I larkrtt-Carhart make ... H'r
$1.50 & $2 Custom tailored Harkrtl ( arhart Shirts. 91.15
Medium and Winter Underwear
$1.50 (V $2 American Hosiery Co. and Reis Underwear,
Medium and I nil Wrights, in Worsted, Wool and Bal-
briggan ,,, 85c
$2 & $2.50 Natural Worsted I inl rwcar. Medium and
Full Wright, guaranteed not to shrink 11.15
$2. $2.50 & $3 American Hosiery Co. Underwear.
Medium and Full Wright $1.35
Knitted end Cut Silk Neckwear
50c & 75c t'uplin and Silk Neckwear, every shade and
65c Knitted Neckwear 3 for $1.00 35c
$1 & $I.U Finn and l am y . Silk Neikwear 45c
$1.50 (V $2 English I land Frame Knitted Nn kwesr 85c
Sweater Coat Reductions
$4 & $5 0i(or( (,ray Worst-d Sweaters. $2.25
$5 & $6 0(ord (,ray Worsted Sweater!. $2.75
$5, $6 & $7 Cerman Hlankn Kobes $2.75
$1.50. $1.85 f. $2 English Make and Arabian Mocha
Walking Uovcs $1.15
$1.50 & $4 Umbrellas, All .ilk, doss ruii $1.75
$5 It $6 Umbrellas, SpiUlfettds Silk $2.75
Boys and Children's Reductions
(Child i en's Clothes at 841 Broadway and
Harlem Sfot Only)
The Hackett-Carhart itorei have alwayi catered
largely to the younger generation. And this sale
witnesses the greateit variety of garments for
Boys and Children yet shown.
Uiiginallv these stocks were intended to mark
a new era in this particular department. 1he full
prices were to set a new value-standard in garments
of this c harecter.
I h sale prices just about double the opportunity
that the original prices represent.
Children' Suits, KeeferaandOvercoat -AllSlae
and All Models
$6 & $7 vslues $4
$7 V $8 vslues $
Boys' Long Trouser Suits -Also Overcoats For
Young Men as Well
$12 $15 values - sites l ti. 56 $7.50
$15 113 4 $20 wlues. including Norfolks- rues 52 to 38... V10
Odd lets ol Soft Hats, some foreign n.akcs $1.00
$2 It $2.50 Mill Hals & Cloth Hati $1.35
$1 ti $5.50 Soli and Milt Hals, lamous makes $1.75
$4 & $5 Soft and Still ilati $2.65
$5 Imported V'tlour Hits, made by J. F:shrr's Sol.ne,
wirn. t olurs Black, browu. l.jnen and .Navy . . . $2.95
$6 Silk and Opera Hals $4.00
Near Chamber! St,
Opposite City Hall
at I Hh St.
Near Union Square
119 Weit 42d Street.
1 54 Fast 125th St
Near d Ave.
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