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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
INER'S DECK INTO
DELICATESSEN SALMON SULZER PUIS IN A BILL
TASTES GOOD TO COURT, TO RELOCATE THE LINE : LOSES IT HER SHIT FOR
BUT DEALER PAYS FINE OF NORTH RIVER PIERS
And High Waves Nearly Reach
. Royal Steed Slung on High
VICTOR IN DESPERATE
CHASE AFTER THIEF a
jk.IIi i lire looking up hi rw rd. Mrsn
vill i" rlMfeoll'a Injiry wm attrndcd to
by n SOCMf, Hi had an uxly gash over
IIM ilKht eye.
In rront of th hOVM found a
(rrofl In '1m1k, In ) i- ltlnu to the pollre
that I hi h(;iif" was DIN that had biM
marked for burglary. An entrance was
U-1 by fOfofng a window In th
. Ma It la thOUflht that tho bur-
flur bad a oonpftnlotl
For the Can Wns iSoid Sunday Congress Measure Aims to I She Was in Such a Rush, Y'Uri'
to a Man Who Was Col
Hnrl, ft hummock-backed hor with
!.in, curly hair, one Mi prtd of th
Kiatdea of llnvperor Frans Jcejri so
,,: h'.s t" t owner, tho Princess
l.wofT-Parla-hl-aa a dlatlnjni!ehl
MUMMSM on the Krnnprlnsrssln I'noll.,
which docked to-day. forty-elKht hour
exlue bocftuee of heavy atorm.
I'pon the boat de k war a rpeclaJ
tall for Henri, a hoe for hla valet,
who wanes axe paid Indirectly by
ihoae who iihk the Prlrtcess to paint
their portrait, and another honae for
hla fodder, often seas awapt over the
boat deck, although It U the hliast on
I ha ahlp. and aprayed Henri' hoof.
Hlnoa UU was obvloualy uncomfortable
for th pet of royalty, a aim was ar
ranged that not only lifted Henri's Jioofe
from th deck, but aoftenad th Jarring
A of th plunging vessel Into an asy.
I ewlnslnc motion.
Th Prim-ess will live. as usual, at the
'iaaa, an.1 a ,:nriin latino wilt be found
tor Henri In the nelalilKirh.iod. for when
in lYlnress l nnt tainting he expe.-ti
to ride through tlM MM "Mi "i llenrL
i Th New Ametcnlaii' or the Holland-
meriran line. as well aa th Kron
printeaaln C'cveHe,, showed many soar
when ahe docked to-day, on day late.
In leaving K"tterdam, Nov. 23. the Nw
materdaro had to noee her way alowly
through a heavy fog. On the fcalowlng
Tuesday ahe run Into a heavy nurth
wit gala, and sewn aallori ware ent
to laah down a julu-oo'ii oouajmu.io
llfeboata forward of th hiidg. A
roeo over the starboard bow, swept
away tbe laahlrwu and ruaahed th
IxiaU bank against th superstructure.
drln J. Jrfetrileeon. a sinmaJi. went
alone wMh th wav and hi right ln
nod anal were br.em won to brought
IIP agalnat th rail.
Ph oteerage ' ' panic during the
etorm. Seven-year -old Htanlalaua No
atatyo right leg waa broken whan he
ao thrown from hla feat. In th nrwt
,uin Mia. Hebeooa Laaar'o grip on a
.mister waa ahakan and aha tumbled
into J main aatoon nnorn tfta top of
I h grand artaJmaaa. Bras waa painfully
I Om v ..- and Trnrradar th
weather moderated, - turday
Hi liner ran Into a north we t hum-
i)I M,e Hhe waa abl to make only a hun
dred knot a day In tna teeth of K. and
liter waa a marked abaano of pas
senger from mnala,
J (t- Humaon of One Xbmnprtnaee
tin CecUte, eald ho noeor bad encor-K-red
uch a atom aa flhavt thr i
which h twwught rna reaeel. Daiuig
.m elalvty-tntle gal whton raced Krl
.lay ulght. a aaa cmrthod aloft to th
ooai de.ik, alxty feet above th surface
.'.normally, and twlated the heavy rail
Ilk a bit of wlra. Saturday and Hun-
liy also were stormy. Both veaaela
. found further delay attar lea Yin g guar
j antme. Bay and river wore etramly
"J. B. DUKE A SPECTATOR
7 AT INDEPENDENT'S SUIT
-AGAINST TOBACCO TRUST
Harlem Court waa th scene -.f a can
opening, salmon Judging content tO-da!
which resulted In cut fliiKia, Judicial
scraps of wisdom, the pleasure of moot
Ing John llurke, of the i'omuiltlr el
Ororery (lerka, and a fine ;,ir lohrl
MulJer, who runs a flailngtagtofi slur
at No. 2I7 Klghth avenue.
Th, re la a Uiw furl, id ling a dcllrn
tesren store to keen open after 18
Solve ProMflfl of Docking
( treat Ocean Liners.
derstand, That She ( Jomes
hv the Court in Vain.
wAbHi NiiTON, nee. 4 neu, ! lion n, i, ,., Impetuosity (M Mr. MlfirM
of th I'l' T head Una In the North Itlvcr jrn( ilKVf., r(MM she anokV d H aR,
between 1'lcr No. I and West Thirtieth I A qleknes to art married t'. PgU
street. Manhattan, to meet the need Tillill lllll t she had. Justice tlnrr.-'-plers
of sufficient leniflh to uecommo- nn D. lr(M,kl)1, ,s,,pr.me Cnirt.
date the greater steamships wns peg lulli ,.j,,y, 5he stiwl fnr pfegMlkM ol
poseo in It Ulll mirouureu i) ,,. ,..,..,. , ,,.,, ,, ,
Rapreoonutlvg s,.ier. OovMor- tl(j, nM tr,M rBift4Twtad!
ol Ni'W torh. I he lilll i'. ny
o'clock Sunday morning. Laal Sumlav th" New Vork Hoard of Trade and
J..HM llllrVu v..t Int. M, - H(..r.. M ....-1 ,1 . . ,' , ink
. ,.,.. j riwieiiui im n.e.". . . . .. k
and 'N.uaht one ran of milfimn fur 2.". A 1 t.-r,.,,l. si I In i.l-
OOfltg, Not thJit llurke needed th,. sal- ,,e in fei.n.e at tue t'npilol . ''"'""r .lied In F.-hrunry or lost year.
nion, mit h wanted to buy It Illegally to-day. 1 mrm B,flrr th,lt W ias only two
from Muller because the more delh a- n. i,ii would estaMlsh a lino 110 feet I WeOaOi so Minna ll'irnsteln sa ft In hc-
Minnri llnrnsleln uaej to bo the wash
lady for Mrs. (llizendcnner at Nn.
street, boforo lira Qltoan-
andiady's Son Hears Tenant
BrasBknuckJed in Hall
and Cim?s to Rescue.
V!!l!'irn Aydelotte. aired twenty-lwo.
wh0 MJfg he Is a tinperhnnger, was helil
by MaRlatrate Voorhees In the tanhtii
venue 'ourt, Brooklyn this morning
nn charffAl of nssnnlt and liurglarv.
Mr. Hggkgfl Ml absent In conseiien' e
of nn tnOOttntOff ht had bad with a
bunrlaf shortly after midnight at his
home, No. 1-S Iafayetto street. Mr
Haskell Ntlocumhod to the 'force of a
brass knuckle aniiinniil lie reached
1,1s house about midnight and was going
upstairs whon ho was struck from be
hind. He gnippl'-d with his ttssailant,
but OOUldn't huld on to httn and rolled
tesasn atores convicted of Sunday gel)- I westerly heiween the present line at PUT ling a witness, Mr. tlltgnndenuer nvik's , t,, die bottom of the stars. The noise
ma mo '" uesni ea ma sne ers seep, j , west I enly-se, und street, ami . her thoso rirossuls or mnrrlui c .those
trig open on Sunday to th" OOMoquont extending as far M the present ph r lend ' prnises whose .breach! ngs she makaa
inoHnwi oi m-iiriu inouaanu wno lie- ynfl gygKHHtO West Tlurllein lrmt. 00
long to llurke' caJlltik iretnry CHrdflf said lO-day his orirnnl7.a-
After John Mullor had h-en duly haled t,,n twid ib lived iirKliig Ibis legislation
oernrc Aiagistrate .nnnr aitorm y
pnteste1 that there wns i n evldcn
against Mg client
"There Is but a can with a labol,"
said LoOft lYlnce. the Atlomojfi
" Ipen 1t, " ripieeteil ItiirUe.
" lo ahad." ordered o'l'unrior.
ourt Atlendani Haffernsn went at th..
can with a penknife. ArtT several Jabs
he wraflifed up a cut fort 'linger.
Just total lohfl M ie . wiln locks 'em
up. appriKicihed With a Irmly can-nj,eiicr
and npened the ttn.
"I'll taste It," eald Mnglstrste O'Con
nor, breaking off the head of a match
and spearing a lump of the pink con
tents. He smacked bis Lip,
"flalinon." he unnouncisl Judiciously.
"Salmon," repealed Assistant Olstrlct
Attorney JAdlette, who used another
"Salmon." antd llcffernnn and McOee
Tho can ens getllng low when It
came Muller's turn to try.
"II la," ha admitted.
"Klve dollars," said O'Connor.
GEN. STAHELWHO HAUNTED
MADISON SQUARE. IS DEAD.
Trial Opens With Controversy
Over Evidence Plaintiff
Seeks to Bring In.
Noted Civil War Veteran, Who
Made Name as Union Cavalry
Commander, Expires at 8H.
Madteon Square's generil 1s dead. The
striking, soldi. -i .like llgur i with th"
klndry far, the wihlle-balnsl old man
who had a smile and a gnd word for
every ssUaeTOT 1 nthe jwtrk until a ahOri
while ago. i.laJor-41mt. Julius Btahot, die I
arly to-day. (lie waa elirhty-elglil yen s
Oan. BtftU was ranked only by !en.
Daniel Sickles as a corps commander ol
the Ovll War. He had a distinguished'
war record es the coutmandor of the
cavalry of the A ruiyof the Potomac
and th Klevetitb army Corps. lie
waa eeverely wounded In th battle id
I'tedmont, Juno Ti, IsM, whcti he m.ide
a name for htffleoif which will live In
the WlHtkryi annals of the country.
Twenty-nine ycarslater en. Stain.' ns
awanled a gold meilal by tho ar 1 'e-
pai tment for his gallantry In battle.
For years DM. Slahel resided at the
Hoffman House, and It wus only a ttop
to Maillsim Httare. 11" st.cnt moot of
his time there and bOOORM well knnwn
to all Us hahltUM. iltecetitlv Hen.
Htahel has been living at the Hotel SI.
James, No. UN Weal Forty-II flh strc i.
Homba as SurTroai lie Weapons.
lXNUHN, Doc. t.--The mill tan I luffl i
Keties .1" I lei at a recent inootlng In re
sort to the uao of exclusive- in 0ho iVI ui
of the QoyorOTnerit refusinoT to Incut -IKiiate
wnmen's stiffmire in the forth"
oointng franohiso bin. according to a
statement ilsauisl by ia ecvs atrency t,
day. Volunteers are to be culled for to
use liombs Isdh Ineldo and OUtMOO in
until now p'-niling the developments of
the city's plans for water front improve
rJOfaJfroggman gollir has told bis
friends In thll i lly for some lime that
he felt Congress ought to i nine In tho
aid of this clly In Its gffofl to prmi.ic
faolIltlM for tho docking of tb modern
I, nun foot steamships. The extension
here until..' ... I would afford the nOOOg
sary Immediate relief, anil Is In lute
with tho action of the Secretary of
Wat In recommending a general re
gHgftmonl of the river and hflrbnr dnek
lltg af New Yurk made when he refused
tn exiend piers on the Hobolten wa'er
JAIL FOR AUCTIONEER.
i.rim Milrtv Ilnra fur Itminlnu Knkr
II (it mi for M hop per.
tfOUUi J. Abrnnifi. thlrty-clifht yenrH
ulil. Who IIvh at Ni. WfMt Nirifty-
lfhth ! i''Pt, wlm OOlldUOtOd mi "iiuc
tln rooQl" Ht Nn. 10 KiiMt Twonty-thlK.
Htifi i, Ny to -tiny Mitt tn prtMB fOI
thirty diyi Mid RBftd 10 fur Oonduot
lllK ft IQOOh H tl' til ill It) pHMMllIK
tftticA PraiHIIni Ju-Jtlce Bteltitr Id tho
Court of Spoi'lul tM'rtMltiiirt 04ld that in
oonvlrtlom f this ohAiMtetr th Court
Itltendotl to kIvp Jail Hintpnri'H ami tp
do utnio.Mt to ttOp tht nfrt of fako.
Ahi.imn wiim oonvloiod undor Bootlon
m:i of thi' Penal oii on tht complaint
of Bernard intapatrtok( nn Inapaetor tn
tin' Commlaalonar f Aocounta' oflloa.
who toitlflod timt "ii Oct laMt ba
vnt Into the "auc tion" room hiiI bid I
tn a soup ladla Tht uooaaafttl bidder I
on tut- artli lf, howevrr, was ont Jantai
1'etcrn. who pot tht ladU for 10 cents, i
IVIrrn wan l:ti'i'l on th' Htund anl -x-plained
to the "oiirt that hi waa In tht
ttSploy of AliraniH.
Tlwy will tf mfiirrld In
It a milt upon
Oomti Aucwt nn1 no ma rrlAjr no
tJlt-in-lT-nnw. So a suit Mrs. ITorn
utrJn hrlnx ami sMw hiifl wvim wlt
nonfj to my t hat thoy OOfl irra tul.it oil
Mr. OMtSandttMetf 0B tht coming mar
'. i-f' .mil ho Almittil It. Hut when In
COUft to-1a v, (;i-ts;rnl"Tin'r': hi wyrr
quatttoBi miiitja Hornateln, Dld1
CHtatndtnfttr tell you htd pTomiw! hta
Wifi to wait a yar btfOrt marrylnj?
tn ?" fiu' h it m to ay that't Mi
"Huf you ll'lnt wlt a vm:' h"forr
loirlnnlnK Milt for thorn br'a-'h!njfti of
prontiaa, iiii you?"
Arn!n f!nnA HornwN'lTi firiv thnt's m.
"Bull NuiIumo.,'' thn say that .Inntir-
of the ntrugKle aroitttd Shormari
BhltkBli son of the lanllaly. who went
DOltUlg lown the stalr-s two at a time
In his pajamas.
Tnt burglar heat It down the front
Ht;s nri'l Shields ft sled all kinds of
mui-iler and dAMhtd after him. Charles
J KruKr, a neighbor, w xb retiirn:nf
from u late "ii and the burglar
pn-twed him like the wind. Krug r alio
ji-:il and Joln'l In the .'hafe. Detective
Mulrtmny and PoliOtman Iteyer saw tin
flying suualron in the nijent and durked
into a doorway. They Jumptd out on
the fUCtttVt ns he was going by and
the OtUUM wan ended.
In AydtlOttt'l potketbook 1 S and
his phOtOffraph were fOUttd. lie told the
pollc tliat he had bttn turned looa-
from Blmtrw two montiui aaxi after nav-
IDB tpant nearly thr-'e y'ars there. The
THE SKIN CLEAR
A clear and healthy skit) i ttirrly a
blessing 'mil thousands lo-lny owe Ihcir
enjoyment of u h to tlie wondoffnl
curativa propertiai of PoslaBai the nr
equallerl -kin perlflc.
All -kin dlseasea, Ifrcluding acne,
teller, psoriasis, pile". IsJn'iCale, salt
rhoUBIi barbeyf' ami all oilier form of
itch arc quickly rradl crated by Poalan.
Minor tfottbioi such at )iir.tl"J, red and
inflamed nosc, raahts, dnmlrnff, con
ploxioQ blomithoi, cic.. reapond so
regdily lli.it OVCfBLj)hi treatment i
P08LAM so.VI' tisetl daily for toilet
and Initli will keep the skin in healthy
Condition! gnd improve its color ami
text nrc. It offers thf. healing tnedicn-
lion of I'os'.am in n form particularly
beneficial fur louder skin anal eruptional
and scalp trouble!,
All dfUgglits sell Poslnm (price SO
cental and Poslatn Snap (price ." cent),
lor free samples, write iii the Emer
gency Laboratories, :2 Weal 14th Street,
New York City.
1e suit of John A. Looker, an Inde
pendent tohaooo dealer, against the
American Tobacco Company for Ono.oon
damastea, tils claim bOtssI hased on '
tloo T of lh rrheniuin Antl-rrust act.
waa continued tolay tiefor Jndije
Mayer and a jury In the United States
I Tfc trial opened with a controversy
between counsel as to what pari of the
testimony o.ken In the Government's
suit which resulted In th dissolution
'of rh American 'Pooaooo Company,
should t? admitted as evidence tVir
ilotta of the testimony In the Oovern
ment'i eult. a'takas concerned the claim
'of the MeU-oixdltan Tobacco Cotntwnv'a
contention that It was not u subsidiary
concern of the Amerl oan Tobacco f'oni
pany, were tlnally al:nltted us evidence
by Judgr Miynr, and they were read to
L James in. Duke entered the court room
ehortly after the openln of the trial.
Throughout his stay In the court room
the sat on the de of his chair and, lean
VnK forward, listened intently to the pro
cecdtnKs. A deposition taken from liltn
In the local offloes of the American To
Abscco Compunr by the plaintiff's at
( lorneys was read. Nearly every answer
waa ruled out by Judae Mayer, but some
, r not successfully objected to or
Iwere allowed by the defense, and were
admitted as evidence.
Mrs. Looker, wife of th plaintiff, was
fag court and seemed interested In the
'. Vsadlng of the Duke deposition. Site
sat benid her husband.
Avoid Soothing Syrups
Cure Your Cough by Nature's Method
1 he danger in tisitiK si.ni inn.- m nips
and patent niedicincs for coughs and
colds lies in the fact that they so often
contain drugs and opiates. Thesi
deaden the functions instead of supply
ing the healitiK iiigreilicnls that Maial
Nature to throw off the germs that
cause I he trouble.
To secure immediate relief and to
break mi the most severe cold insid
sinalc day, shake loL'cllier in a boll I
a couple ol ounces ol glycerine, eight
i iinees .,f wldskev and nil f an ounce nf
Virgin Oil of Pin a. and lake a teaspoon- I
ful every four hours. I Ins is it natural
remedy and entirely harmless.
Any druggist can supply you with
genuine Virgin Oil of I'ine, which
tomes only in malar! half-ounce vials
in wooden cartons bearing the label of
The Iach Chemical Co..Cincinnatl.
"BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER"
Without iood rctl hlootl a man has a weak hi art ami ror nerves. Thinnrtvt of
Ihe blood, or anaemia, i common In youiuf ("Iks tfl well as oM. Kstvi i.illv U it
the case with those who work in Illy ventilated lactone or those tvno arc shut
up Imlonrs In winter ttrne with a coal ttove burning up the Ostytan or emitting
larbonic (oxide) das. This Mood, or blotKl which l.u ks the red blood corpuscles,
in anaemic people mav have been caused by lack of iKd (resh air breathed into
luntfs. or by p"or dinestiin or dyspepsia. Sometimes ,.. suffer intense
nam over the neart whtt h is not hurt disease at all, but caUMa by Indirection.
Whatever the cause, there's just one remedy that you can turn to-knowinjj
that it has uiven satlsfactloii for over 40 years.
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
U a Mood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stnmach into vigorous
Actum. It t litis assists the lualy to manulactutc rich retl hlood whuli feeds the
heart nerves hraln and ortuns of the hndy. The orgam work MBOOthly like
nia.hinery running In oil. you leel clean, slrnntf and Strenuous instead ol tiled,
weak and faint. Nowadays ou cm obtain Dr. Pierce s OoMeil Medical l)!.
covcry Tahli'ts, as well as the liquid lonn fiom all medicine dealers, or tatneti
by mall, prepaid In $1 or 50c sua Adii-ss K. V. ritrCa, M. I).. BuBslo, N. Y.
DR. I'lERCR'S (iRKAT ions PAQI lUOtTIATBD COMMON SBM8B MEDIGAl
ADVISER WILL BE SENT FREE, i l l 1 1 II B(l NO IOK 31 ONE-CE.NT STAMPS.
(I COAT THE LATEST
They Call It Common Sens
Garment and "Nifty"
ftf th art sjtttl up-to iht etc-1
orifj egifli oh th ftii ho elfrts u ait
f ' i mennitb rtahlorw rest rrjtiu of
tHhr hr ntato 'addpf) tht tmiatf
rrni auiu ihe ote i ftomia
Ana th, ouint tt erovina s eentrsll
fOTiie. ,ro Tn Johnny' cost entl PM
sriirt. tiatsttf bat to matin ere If?! J
uaits n rouin iomii, ilia m r a .
to r watting th ' Johnny' eosl m I
tt ts a common stne farmnt -ms wU I
aa a nifty ont. for u la as corotorts-1
ei roomy end pracUcaJ as any mannish I
inj.m can pa.
COAT. LATEST IN
WEAR FOR GIRLS
WIDOWS' PENSION BILL
IS PASSED IN HOUSE.
WASHINGTON. I vac. 4 Nearly five
thousand wMo and minor children of
veterans of the ftiNtnlah-Auierlrun wilt
or the PhUlpnlne lnsurrActlon would re
' ceive pensions under tho Craxo Idll.
passed to-day hy the House without de
NUt, The lilll provides that the widow of
any officer or enlisted man who served
ninety days duriror the Hpanlsli-American
war or the 1'hlllpplne Insurreotlon
letween Ajprll 18, im, and July 4, UHK,
on certain Aoodltlons, ahull receive a
pension f f I- a month. Kor each minor
tilVd, the widow would receive t- and
in case of the widow's death the tVS
would Ibe pail to the child or children,
ilt Is estimated that about V '
(-would he added to pension spproprl-
ty tne uieasure.
1 sm pltMod to ay a good vnnl loi
Dr. Kilmer's Bwnnp Hoot . m I w id t rmi
liled for a year or more with inv Kidney
ami anuoyinit k.vniitoms. My brother
advised me to try Suuii-ltoo. 1 look
several bottles uf tliis remedy willi ex
cellent results. Al the time BWMDP
Hoot wan recoiniiicmlcil to me, my con
dition wait such t lint I found it an effort
in stoopinK or bwdln nml in attending
to oiy duties us Mutineer of tin $ll.:ij
More at llii Mnin St.. Kviinsvillr, 1ml.
Very truly yours,
J. B. ALVIY,
610 Walnut St., Kvausville. Iml.
Subscribed and sworu to la-fore me.
this ttlst day of December, I'.HI
EDW. A. TOECHB,
Dr. Kilmer Co.,
Hlaaliamton, . Y.
Pron what Swimp-Root Will Do For Tou
Semi to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., lor a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about Ihe kidneys ami bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention the New
York Kvening World. Hcular fifty
cent and one-dollar sixe guttles (or tale
at ail drug stores.
CP-TO-SECOND ODIFIT. s)
ComT tftis Cat men t Mskss Smut Com-
Xa. -waBlotk ttVii of iim
I make these Johnny
Coats to order. 100
styles to select from
Corner 40th St.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9
SATURDAYS UNTIL 10
Half a Ltnturv in .u inrsa
Signs of Eyesight Trouble
Are Too Plain to Mistake,
Too Important to Ignore.
" Eh rl ich" ser'ice gives you
i just the help you need with
glasses accurately fitted.
Eyes Examined Without Charge
' by Registered Eye Physicians.
Paefanl trtttlne filaasa aO Kl tr. 010
Wilb i'ar and Near Lensea, 4.M to 618.
217 Brni!wsy, ttor House.
1 223 Silth Ave,, 1 5th St. JiOiixth Ave..22HSt.
101 Nassau. Arn St. l7W-t42d -New York
AW Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St . Brooklyn.
SP i , 1 1 , . .
V lllll IIS J
sW W 7lX
l o-Day and To-Morrov
Urnri DteJMSMlS urf no! rohfh. bUM or
MUrr "i IHuiiiuimIn. i.huuII.v M.itl tor tit.
1 rrv um ! Ktmrituls't'st lo l . u r; t.-i
ut .m,i . i. i nut a om -riirtit I Hun mnif,
inn) litis, ull lln in. Hint tirlllliiiiry uf I'iu
inuiiils, tfisiiiiic i '"in tt ri-ttfit ir In
SlOTS ia r i .i i ii nn 1 1 - ig to M-lert from i
Minif u i m l, ii trlf lt I than urn -Miiiu te-r
ui i rural. Iiiil i in- nuijorUv nflitli a full
UiiurltT. Inn Mil! hi Minn .-(. ami iilrtiei
1 1 rn nu sS thrill. While h i suuruntcfli
thul on runiiot duiilli-ult i In hi fur Ipnm
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To-morrow, a Sale of Unusual Importance will be held
in the department devoted to Women's
Negligees and House Gownns
including the following new models:
of Albatross, Empire model,
trimmed with ratine,
of Crepe de Chine,
trimmed with swans down,
Value $8.75 and io.5o,
nf Albatross, in plain "ye n QS
and pleated effects,
of French Flannel,
Paris made, with long sleeves, Value $10.50,
of Crepe de Thine and Meteor,
with hand embroidered bodice,
Value $14.50 and 21.00
Crepe de Chine Matinee,
Accordion Pleated Skirt and Can. Value $2.5.00. at
at vseHjJa5e eJUIT
Figured Blanket Robes,
Turkish Toweling Robes,
of Flannelette, straight and Kc 1 'J 1 iSS
S 1.35 to 2.75, p - 9
empire models, Values
of Flowered Crepon, straight and
empire models, alues $1.8.5 to 2.50,
of Polka Dot Foulard Silks,
with embroidered scalloped ede,
of Flowered Satin, empire style,
trimmed with shirred satin,
of Plain Satin, with flowered
border, empire model,
L.30, 1.65, 1.85
And in addition, at Specially Reduced Prices
Japanese Quilted Robes,
superior quality, in all desirable shades, $r c; j rer
plain and elaborately embroidered, at O.Oa J JO
Reduced from $9.75 and 13.50
Japanese Embroidered SiJk Kimonos, tS.05
Reduced from $12.50
Stern Brof Sneir.
To-morrow, Thursday, an Exceptional Offering of
Kid, Cape and Mocha Gloves
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Women's Prix Seam Cape Gloves,
spear back, in tan with clasp, also
in white with large pearl button.
Women's Genuine Mocha ( iloves,
one and two clasp, with Paris point tacks, in gray,
Women's French Kid Gloves,
sixteen button length, in white, Value SVoo Pair, at
Attention is also directed to their large assortment of
Alexandre, Lupin and Babbette
Glace and Suede Kid Gloves,
Fur and Fur-lined Gloves and Gauntlets for
Women, Men and Children.
Final Clearance Reductions have been made in
their entire stock of
Bead and Embroidered Novelty Bandings,
in gold, silver, rhinestone, EAc Q fS
colors and black, Ranging from W t0 O.VO
Formerly 95c to 12.75 Yard If
in silver, pearl, rhinestone, allC O
colored beads and jet, Ranging from t0 "O
Formerly 95c to $12.75
Tunic Over Dresses, $ Qc iQ 7c
in black, white and colors. Ranging from ljrp 10 ojy.o
Formerly $14.95 to 58.50
Floral Dress Trimmings,
of light colored Chiffons and Satins
22 to 2.95
Perfymiery and Toilet Articles
Large assortments of Foreign and Domestic Perfumes are being
sliown, including the latest odors now in vogue in Paris, such as
HetU, AmbreHindou, Isambre, Capucine, Apres File and
Yoko, in very attractive boxes, also the following Perfumes
Sold Exclusively by Stern Brothers and Very Appropriate
for Holiday Gifts:
Dr. Albersheim's Renowned Specialties,
khasana, Isola Bella, Muguet, Rose, CEc "i ca
Orchldee, Violette and Reseda, from 10 46.DI)
Caron's Exquisite Extract, $
Viva, Charmion and Isadora, in very artistic bottles, at 9 &
Edel Flieder and Sans Rival 'I Ok
Latest Extracts, Value $3.00, at
Special Holiday Boxes of Perfumes,
comf rising one bottle each of English Ideal 4 m
Extract arid Toilet Water, also Vanity Box, Value $2.00, a5)
And a Special Offering of
French Ivory Sets,
of ten pieces, consisting of Hair, Hat and Cloth
Brushes, Ring or Handle Mirror, (.nmo, nutter,
File, Hook, Shoe Horn and Salve Box, with
A inornm of three initials, in any color, at
Regularly Sold at $21.00
We.t 23d and 22d Streets