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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1012.
NEW HAVEN HEADS
WO. MAS WHO ADMITS
PERJI'RY ASD III SB AS h
SHE SWORE WAS DEAD.
ARE SMUGGLED IN
BEFORE GRAND JURY
and Two Officials; ,A$ons:
Grand Trunk President Denies
Combine lixisls and Of
1 Thrra officii afa of w tnitl. NV-W
Ttivan ft Hartford .it- I In I
th. ants-rnnm of tihA ?VWT irnnl I
ry -limb.r (o.dar ' vr. l..Ja Var
farnrr -f KrIdg.porWt.'lia.. a tlrrtor;
notliy 1. Hymns of Huston, . prs-
1'iit iuiiI, i t it I- rifirtKfitui;yr .f III-
It i lellsr, i.n.1 rtliju E. Clnrk of
Ifuvin, sr rrtiry of In imiany.
Mi. Clnrk win th. Mist nltn.ks railed
ly It gi Mid juror. ..
H b rain, knirwn Ut tHU wiin.-s-s
' ' " . l.f H Ufland Jur-
In MM lratid Tmiix-New llavrn Is-
t. -4ii miinn liava iit,lcn nJluwfd
Irak. Aaalatant "XrtrlrneytVnM-al
tin A IV, ii . dcllnd to- rnak known
r MMkUQfi iHkNik hi ndmittaii timt
ibnM persona l.al !4in1 In am) out of
h 'linn. I Jury rwm tyiPu.ut Until -i
'(RAND TRUNK NEW HAVEN
f COMBINE FOR MONOPOLY.
T i- tlovrmment alrflh1 tfc ' fcMw thiil
1. Nw lUvcn pflnptdnn tsjarralnl of
tide, Induced tin Ur&nd Trunk to dls
lidtlfiU BjtMUg th tOUUirn New
ijiglsnd Railroad Into l'ivWnio,
Mtj would have upnad oomuutltlfin
'I New KrigliUiil A lY,n,ty-flVr yar I
i (afTIc acrrrmrnt rt'ii tlia (Jrand
trunk and Nrw Havcil had Iw m ten
All vly agreed upun before In ron
tjru. tl.in work of th mm In s'r.ivl-
fin e wur halted. injkUl
f'l am perfectly willing to gu-befre
'St- fliand Jury :u. Tliu lh- if. sir to
kve me," to-day l 1'4 K, J
1ianilTlln df the $rfti4 Vlii wtin
a atuldrirty botrtied up u. a gneat at
4 Waldorf. "1 TX cUrj,-tll the
United ftataa UoreenmejitUgteTythliig
i bout any an angonnsW mfiSfWwIUi Die
:fw Haven of tuu 1 krurw
"There In nut and iii '4sjy tra
M arrangement teu..eit. ti UraM
Tunk and tU ajn." VbH IhVre
.tenia to be it mietalatn Idea, about the
i)iole matter. fTn WdHlon to being
. rs.kJwit of tbi '(Vn frank, I aan
bsinman of t)ie bonl of ab. C'antral
' trmatit. 1 lutvti 4ti aevrrlt .jo-Aalrme
i Ukd wltli 4'ieebUnt MaJIrn ot 'ttw Xrw
1 aven regarding trafflo arrangement
Mreu fk.. Mk4 jiid."
NOTHING aVUONO"1 iW TALKS,
Mr t'hamtterlalu OHKyHb'ttf Way that
tne Qrand Trnrik lvnojl titf Vennont
'antral. lie continue!!: "flowevnr,
. .ere WM nutlilng tr,- taWis!
i othlng i mi vlolut'4HQr law, and 1
wining to tell all I know,"
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V fllaK aaaaaaal
Sff raVaaaaaaaaejBkH H Hw
Jafi'' "''aaaaW I
IN COURT AS WIFE
K'onilmied from Kbel I'age
Why iu the work mi the 'Southern
Vaw Kngland llJJroad .auddendVy
altarf?" waa aaked" Tff'1',T
Vloe-lreeldnt J. aeUmnlo of
.he ONind Trunk, nrlwyto :.. . ,
(plained that fully,' uiu b'u. In going
i give aU.taa fn-n o"th WkHa Jur)'."
' Will th aonatriictlon work on tho
I juthern NVi Knglend reaqmedT"
Of uura it aula" - rkilfl Mr.
:'hamberlln. -Thf mrk birM" u.j
t(-rTpiiarlly euiend(.d. The nrtinirv
CotnilHttM, With a doaen or mgrn re
Kraaatrtatlve of Nrw Htiffland Htntra
itad MIn preeeat Ik urge the oommlttee
lo rupot t tavufablv. a rub' for tih Mini
to iiakb'i' thi i . solution ltereaenta
llva l'.'li nitii . of lUlndn lalund,
ujMnied the hcaMng l.v making a pre
pared elalement lie aald:
"TJie iirlrrmi'y. purjuiae of my reao
llltloii for Hppolntmeitt of ven metii'
bar v bv ied uv the.llouan la to luvea
tlkata, the ataeg which led to (ha ceaek
tbni of .work, lu- itrjof.. Ilnn4 and other
.New. KngUfcJ atabaa, of railway toil
et i ii 'Hon ou trki Houtii. mi Nv I'jiKhinil
Mr. OSluiuiieaay di-lared the new
road etiuti'd Its work amid general rr
joleing and tho fond ixiMTtutlon that
a real rival hud a' laat i hallengrd th
moiuipoiuth' aupremary of VM New
"The diabolical hand of a monopoly
ill Ilk brook no Interfereiu'e la re
eulel In am abandonod project on
whh'h $ l a. :.iti.inMt had been apent and
Of which a total expenditure of H.OOO,
nuu had been cobtfaeted 6y way of
duniugeH, c.ondeiuiiatlou aulin for in
volved property and rnpall1.
"A atrlklng lolncldenee of the
changed altitude of Hie Drnrwt Trunk
ofltt'lala IH the recent vlalt tu London
of J, Pterpont Morgan, who, no tloubt,
OOllfWNd wlUl the executive of th
(irand Trunk Katlway In that city."
Mr. U'HhaunciiKy ileclared that MM
men who were eiiKagnd In the on
atruatlun Work or tha kWlhcrn New
I'.hkUhI Railway wart laid off on
twtuty-four houia' notice.
"The baurdltjj ojt a financial alrln
neny KCut la apparent lin one
I realUra tluit the (Irand Trunh la con
and Ihen wltli a aurprlaeil glance MMl
"Yea. air there ahe la over there,
hhlnd that red-heailel fellow," and
he pointed 10 the plaintiff.
It waa ilramatle moment and .lodge
and Jurore etralned to catch every
word. Mra Cauley alone , nnaffee,
ed by the aenaallnnal Identlflrallnn.
Then ah waa aaked to ataml up and
Oauley added: "Sure, thafa my wife."
auley then teatllled he and the
I plaintiff were married at Paraona, I'a.,
i ten yeara kaTO and Ihnt they had lived
j together contlniiniialy alnee that time.
He ahld they had one child, who waa
with Ml wlfe'a mother In Scrantnn.
Then Attorney Welle, who bad been
completely taken back by th defena'e'a
I naova, aaked:
Ar you poaltlve that the
you pointed out 1a your wife?"
eu i -m.uni think I api; been
married long enough," the wltnaaa re
WOMAN IS CHARGED
cauley didn't yet know what It was
' When did you laat aee herr
t aaw her thla morning Hhe left
th houaa befnr I did. Hald ahe hud
an engagement and then I went down
"oen tini you flrat hear of thlai
caae?" aaked Aire. Cauley'a lawyer.
"1 haven't hevtrd of any ca.. I got
aubpoana In criminal action. Why,
I've been here three times. Bvry time
I got .on of these blue ticket I was
brought duwn her."
The witness pulled a much crumT',d
on oi paper irom his pocket. It waa
a subpoena In John Doe proceedings
Thn It was revealed that months ago
Atlurney Mcdulre consulted with the
IWsttlct-Attorney' office nnd Cauley
had been brought to Mr. WhlUnan's
office from time to time on the days
It waa thought the CojlleM-Hlierard suit
would come to trial. Cauley said he
had ghown the "blue tlcketa" to
Bragg, out sue dldn t know what they
Justice riatiek excused the Jury for
thirty minutes and Attorney Wells con
ulted with Mra. Cauley. He gJa that
hi client admitted lh had ptfjufad
herself and that the ni.tn who teatlll'd
waa tier husband. While the Court
waited for the' arrival of one of Mr.
Whitman's aaslstAnts, two wllneemca
were called to how Cauley and lb
plaintiff were man and wife.
The Janitor of the npartmrnt hour"
at No. "M Kelly street, the BrOOZ, woa
the flrt Klled. Ha Identltled Cauley
and his wife and said they had lived
In the Kelly treft houa up to Iec. 4.
Mra. Cauley hkd testlfled that ahe had
lieen living in furnlahed rOOOUj sin la
(he left th French Hospital. A' tiejrj
elevator liny also Identified the pair as
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cauley.
Mra. Cautey wits taken to Lh Crim
inal Courts BuUdhkfc to go at once he
fore the tlrand Jury. The Janitor of the
Kelly street apartment house and tafj
elevator runner wen, taken along in
witness. The woman la employed In
th city Health Dt-parbmcnt as a nurse
in til department of cnntanloiis diseases
at a aalaiy of 'J00 a year.
Sherard, the defendant, has an office
at No. Ou Htone street.
Ihat body did not hive lh final de.
I Islon as In expulsion
M l"rw admitted lhg a bank sn
nendcl m the ChMrlfJg Houg could not
" leai" through illlOthfir Clearing HOM
IF BANK IS SUSPENDED IT CAN
"Tlirn. If a ban'. Il euapen.le.l theie
! no wat it can ir t iiuugu anothe:
basjifi tiien " asked Mr. untermycr. I
' V'o'. nut a bink can oairy on ita hiisl I
liess Without that privilege," ea'.'l Mi
Mr T'rew appoared before the rivtl- I
t .'ini: committee In connection with
the Irvj.ilry .to dctartnlno how grea'
contml Is held bv the clearing houses
"f large .-Itlea over the hanka mat do
liuslneaa through them Ft eojiently In
the opening par' of the hearing there
were claahe between Mr. Frew kM Hi
Mr. t'ntrrrnyer endeavored rb show
timt a back not a memier of In clear
ing houa" or excluded temporarily
could no: do business. Mr rtvw ud
tnl'tel It would be uiider a bea v handi
cap but thought It could still carry on
a general banking business.
Mr. I'ntermyer took up th attitude
of the New yortc Clearing House Com
mittee towards th hanks that went
to the wall during the 1907 panic
Mr. Frew said the Mechanics and
Tiaders' Hank , was advanced tt.10O.noli
by th Clearing House Coininlttee. He
was on the LstM Committee himself nnd
his partner In the Corn , Kxohnme waa
on the Hpeclal Committee of Five which
handled the matters of the Clearing
lions., during the panic. A receiver
as appointed for Die Mechanics and
Traders', which closed Its doors .lan.
1908, leaving ,300,000 in collateral in
the receiver' hands.
"The elimination of the Mechanic and
Trader' removed a competitor for Juur
QUESTION OF CONTROL IN A
"Ion't you think that is an illustra
tion of the need of oiue control over
the power of the clearing House Jn audi
a crlels?" airttcd Mr. I'niermyer.
Mr. Frew objected to any Inference
that iher had been any ulterior motive
In the handling, of the Clearing House
kians. Mr. I'ntermyer disavowed any
SHE ASKS GOV. DIX
10 FREE MAN WHO
SLEW HER HUSBAND
Hied lrom Firs; I'nge.)
WITNESS TELLS HOW
HE TRAPPED HUSBAND
WITH "LITTLE BLONDE"
Daly Shadowed Wealthy Motor
Company Official to Hotel,
exninpie of the evils of carrying a re
volver. PLEADS FOR MAN WHO SLEW
T It Ittttf 0( Mrs l.ytnght to Clov. Dig
Is as follows.
"I nnpeal tu y .u In behalf of William
Jones, the slaver or mv isle husband.
William Lvifjfkt, and who is r. nv serv
ing a term n'. Sing Sln for the died.
Ha was kmtatrOOd by Ju lire Foster In
(ienernl Sessions to Imprisonment for
not less than twontv yeara and not mi.rt
than life, having been convicted of mur
der In the second degree. He arrived
at Hlng filnir during June, ltt.
"I have never seen Hi man Jonet.
I was absent from the court proceedings.
I remained away because of my deep
sorrow, mingled with n nerce paaalon of
resentment against th prisoner and
mi notoneiy, sum tc ensue,
.was dimaateful and repulsive
11 caimer reflection have
brought me to a tnnsclousne of fail
ure to do my whole duty. My 1st
nusoan.i waa a good man. but addicted
to lluunr and at time the possessor of
ongovernabl temper. So true were
these trait In evidence that for some
tUM previous to his death I waa com
pelled to live apart from him, deplte
my affection for him. His death was
the result of a saloon brawl.
THREW HERSELF UPON DYING
"When word came that ho lay dying
at Hellevue Hospital and I hurried there
and aaw him Ijsjfiaj fatally wounded
upon a cot, the stream of life flowing
swiftly away from him. I flung myself
upon him and tnled u keep hold of the
spirit that was so speedily to ecape
from earthly thing and be lost forever
"All the yeara that Jones might erve
III Prison would not bring my husband
back. The thing that troubles me and
stirs me to action Is th oonstan:
thought that had the defenw, produced
evidence of my huband's temper a:ij
habits tile effect nslght have been help,
ful to the prisoner, on trial for his life.
' I'lense, Oov. Dli, make the Christ
mas bells a Joyful ound for this poor
convict in Sing Sing. Your act In par
doning him will always make your mem
ory green In the hearts of those dear
to hin, Make a widuw fe- I iat thi
stern majesty of the law .i tem
pered Willi mercy; that it e Shyloek
demanding Ills pound of flakjlj tJiat the
forgiveness which fills her heart can
awaken u common chord ir. your official
act aj.d that the State of Nejw York cia
afford to lie generous In this season of
joy. peace and goixl will among men.
"Should Jones serve Ills full sentence
the best years of hla life will !e passed
behind stona walls. In iron idle, with
out a alght of i ..d a green things, with
out heaiing the nappy Christmas bells
without acelng the pk-iures of the
Christ Child In the windows, without all
that goes to make life oillslde of prison
w'alla delightful atir Inspiring. - '
"Hla life will hav .,. ii mined. In
soma nieaaure this condition may las
due to my fallur to testify Uirottgh a
'.ling 8f delicacy and the dislike of
publicity. So I appeal to four Excel
lency A this Joyful festival time, wtilch
mean and 'has meant x much to man
kind for 2,000 years, to grant to Jones
th blessings of freedom.
"(Sins.) KATHHY.N LYBAQHT."
Mrs. t M'saght baa lodgings at trie
Mayfalr, No. 128 West Forty-eeventh
treet. Mr, t.ve.tght's little daughter,
Madeleine, seven yeara old, Uvea with
Mra. Dysaght's mother, Mrs. (Jeheran,
at Third avenue and Twentieth atreet.
She takes a lively Interest In her
mother's determination to bring about
tho freedom of her father's elayer.
"I visited the prison at Sing Ping a
month or two ago," said Mrs. Dysaglit
to-day. "The horrible fate of one
locked In that place for the beat years
of hi life. If not for the whole of his
life, elmfrty because I had ehrunk from
testifying, appealed to my feellnga aa
nothing ever did In my life before."
.his. of the suspension, was the ud
vtniv of Ttitine.. t-sia."
New llnglanl will smile all over at ' ""uing us wovra in me nrni mm naa
lids change of front on the part of Ihe I engaged six thousand men In Its rall
Hraiid Trunk hivad. It developed with- rV"! race to the Pacific Ocean, at a
in the past week, slhoe the lrnd Jury ' tremendous expense.' '
i uiuiry began. (JtOUt the Hum Preslden; I "This snppresslon of corporate rival
li lien began to clamor to be hjard ; V X "w Tork, fw Kava and
v til ame Grand Jury. Hartford la cdutmtrltle of that road'
a 1 taaxtaaemnt undsr artdat MUu.
lYIVf'Hee INtllHBV nim obkWna; np of railroads, trolley
lUNUKBOn IN milKl una and steamship line at exorbitant
OS SEW HAVES DEAL jWWre which can mean nothing abort;
URGED AT HEARING, i of tbe rtchost terrltovle In the world
nt tbe merry of hla absolute and d-jxa-
(ContlRUdfroni First Pat.)
WASIliNC r, ,. ore. 10. - Hearing
I .ton Ihe i ySnuunessy trsoUitbui for a
ongirasioiial investigation of sh al
: ged New Krigland traffl. deal betwten
; ne New York, New Haven and Hart-
rd and ilran l Ttuik raltrouds were
I ogun to-day before the House ltules
as ring grasp
'". special committee Is needed to
Investigate die situation against which
a long suffering public revolt. The rn
l'Belti of the New Haven road and It
insolent treatment of reasonable de.
muiids ha,ve pruvnkwd an itKltatlou
which appeals to OomMh for relief.'
Mercantile Cotxtygyny and
of the ofllcera of the i
"Hot at all to lta In&uenoe with J.
f. Morgan Co.?"
Mara anotber heated colloQny fol
lowed, Mr. Frew finally admitting that
th "Morgan Influaao" might hav had
soma effect OB th growth of tbe company.
i Mr. Frew an Id that personally he IihiI
Deputy Stete c.miptroller Wallace S j -htaetlmi to State or F.den.l suner.
vlsluu or Incorporation of the Clearing
Mrs. Clara W. Tanner, daughter or
Frederick Wngrter. millionaire Presi
dent of the' i'las. Tlnerr Y Cn'rroTI Com
pany, was a wllnea In Justice Cohnl
nn's part of the Sunrnne Court labs to
day In it divorce action agaiuat her
husband. Frederick A. Tanner, an offi
cial of the Hrvant Motor Company of
No. 41 West Sixty-third atreet. , Mr.
Tanner, who In wealthy, put In answer
to the suit, but did not defend It to
day. W'ltneaaea for iMr. Tanner, James J.
Daly, and Jacob Sondhelm, testified to
it raid on Tanner's rooOM in (Kie Itcx
Hotel on June Pi, IMS, when he was
found in company wlih "a email
j blonde." Daly told of meeting Mr.
! Wagner at hi office and gelling dim -
llona to shadow Tanner. Daly acovu
i pnulcd an employee of the company to
Mr. Tanner's office, where Tanner was
pointed out. Mr. Wagner also directed
Daly, I) whs testified, to wall ore Mi.
Sondhelin when he detected Tanner.
Haly followed Tanner In a Jaunt
through the Tenderloin, wTiorc he and
the woman, vliose name wna not dl
ob.Hed. v Mled n ini'mber of rathsUollar
and gillla until after nildnUcht, when
the couple went to the hotel and en
KMMd n roOm as "Mr. nd Mr. J. A.
.-'Innntt. bejeatlflod. . Tntincr was apecch
less, Ihe wltnessee lestilled. when he wn'
ioiind in the woman's company In the
Mrs. Tanner's lawyer Introduced n
stipulation in the record, which showed
tlut Tanner agreed to pay his wife 17".
a month alimony.. The Tanners' were
married In New York, June S, IMS, Mrs.
Tanner Uvea lit N'o. UM Wt Klghty
first street, title Is a tall, dark-eyed,
girlish woman and confessed to tlilrlg
two year m the witness stapd!
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
Why not sow
seeds of culli
v a t e d coreals,
etc., that yield
z o o dly profits
hrotih salable products.
Thai's what you may do to your
heart's content to say nothing of
raising; chickens, pigs, calves, horses,
t tc. if you buy and conduct one of
advertised for sale lrom day to day
IN THI: WORLD.
The World prints more "Harms,
Ranches, Acreage, etc.," advertise
nenU man AMY OTHER Eastern
Smy m Turn Mow, V ivrytblnt
MU1 a ajaody (or a Frospsroas
tstaaoa Wkam pgiBa- ootut 'Jkoaa.
eraser transiuincd trie roiiowtng ap
praisals of estates under lh Inheritance
Tax law to-day to the Transfer Tax
orn-e of the Surrogate's Court:
Alinlta U Warren of Newton, Mass .
who dbsl Feb. 1, 1U0S, had among hei
pensonal aseets etocka taxable In New
York which have been appraised .u .i
total valuation of tH.in.; net value of
I estaie. K.VW. Th- value of the entli
i i 'Stole h llt dlcbiM'd. I
John Hart of Huhcrixlu, N. .1 . who
died April U. lilt, had deposits In New
Yolk latnks umountlng to tl.l.'d: net
value after deductions, tRTfi. The enilrc
personal estate Is valued at I ' '
Vimnv C. Adams of iuliu v. Ma.., ,
who died May 1C. mil. leaving an enUr
personal estate valued ,a kWia.ai.'.. had
among her assets stocks taxable ln New
York State which huve 1km-h a.ppralMd
at a Vital Value of ttt.UO; net value.
M7.312. The daugliter of the .decedent Is
tbe largest tvt-netle'arv. Charles If,
Adkms Ud Is one of the exts-utors.
Uucy P. Harm of Canibrldge. Mass.
who died April 13. I'lll. Iiad among her
penei.nal nesets ette ks UtXittile In New
York Kt.tte uppralaed at tl At..: net value,
It.lMi The value of the en Urn estate Is
Ill'xabcth M, Hiirke, wlvn dle1 April
11, 11112. left MM; net value, 8.11t.
Among the liisiuests were tbUi to th
Oburvh of St. Catherine of (lenoa; ..,
tO the I.lttle llltara f (be Poor; f250 (o
the Mission of tlie Inuna ulate Virgin;
J-'.vi lo Itev. Joiin Daly, lino t the Tau.
lst Cjiu'vh .iinl g750 lo Sister CuatinJr of
lin. It. on in v'utholh Orphan Aayluin ill
Daniel A. Oregorv cjf Kaat Boston.
Hms., who died July la. 1M1. owned
stocks taxable In New York Stale of
VU1.72U. oat value. fls.MJ. The entire
value of th e(at U not dlacl
Mr. Frew dc-Marrd lie "did not admit
that the Clearing House Committee ha
autocratic powers," and held that a
bank could only he temporarily ex
cluded from the Clear. rig House by the
Clearing House Committee und that
PORT ok HJBW you k.
0M of AUaikiaV HtTAnn4li
OUTG tii no sr i : a Ml Kjpfl,
KtilLKD Ti ' DAY.
. AmitrrUm. nroht, tHMttdi,
it ittfnlam Moii tar, I ' M . ir
art TilnMai. ChutOMU. 3MrafttkV
Mot 1'nniiM, aiit'U.
Smart Dresses and Waists
At Phenomenal Reductions
THE ASSORTMENT AND VALUES OFFERED ARE UNPRECEDENTED AT THIS FIRST
IN OUR NEW BUILDING
Lingerie blouses anil shirt waists.
Formerly '1.7S lo fl MS
Messaline and brocaded crepe de Chine,
Formerly $t.96 lo ft). So
Chiffon, lace and charmeuse waists,
Formerly $11.75 lo Afi ;..
Tailored serge and cloth dresses,
Formerly $11.75 to $I3.7A
Velvet, cloth and corduroy dresses,
Formerly SJ0 73 lo 7il Ml
Charmeuse and crepe de Chine dresses,
Formerly $8.7i to 7i.oU
Evening dresses and party frocks,
Formerly $IH.7.1 to 39.50
Every garment ia Irwa our ragular Meek made on the prsmiws, net prepared "Salt" di.
NO CO. U.a.. ATPUOVALS OB BXCIIANOES.
.95 to 3.75
2.95 to 4.75
4.85 to 14.50
7.50 to 10.75
12.75 to 49.50
14.75 to 39.50
11.75 to 39.75
25 West 38th St.,
Near Filth A v. i
Dl'E TO DAT.
I'teter fill. Sesnsea.
No irdssi. SxiNtMaat,
Antilles. Nee nrltsni.
Kl Hinsln. ;alretos.
Kcie Pdaar. Hreoien.
vlo:i,'in.sr . denes
Pimples nnd disfiguring skin affections'
are not to be endured one day longer
than one chooses to endure them.
1'oslam surely drives luth troubles
It is inexpensive, obtainable every
where; the modern remedy, handy, ef
fective, through which thousands for
merly affected for years have restored'
their akin to natural health color and
All skin diseases, including eczema
ai ue, letter, piles, salt rheum, skiu scale,
barber's and all other forms of itch, are
relieved anil cured by Foilam. itching
being stopped at once.
The daily use of POSLAM SOAP, an
absolutely pure soap medicated with
Poslam, is of inestimable benefit to all
whose akin is subject to eruptionnl
trouble, eioothea tender skiu; never ir
ritates; ideal for baby's bath; best
shampoo for dandruff.
All druggist sell Poslam (price, AO
rents) and Poslam Soap (price xV. cents).
For free samples, writa tu tbe Kmergency
Laboratories, 32 West 25tb Street. New
FORCED TO RETIRE
This Sensational Announcement by
Has caused a Tremendous Stir Throughout the Financial
and Commercial Centers of the Country.
Board of Directors' Decision:
THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD
sold quickly at less than cost of material. A speedy ter
mination of the Company's affairs is imperative.
slS WINTER COATS
$1 4 to $25 Polo and Reversible $ A
Coats-about 275 In this Lot Aft,?AD 4
$20 London Mackinaw Coats $4.50
Ladies' Johnny Coats 5.50
130 Chinchilla Coats 8.50
$6 to $15 Blazer Coats 1.50
$35 Astrachan and Plush Caracul Coats 10.00
$30 Velour and Zibeline Coats 14.00
MEN'S & YOUTHS' OVERCOATS
$15 Mixed Fabrics $4.00
$20 Lambs' Fleece 10.00
$35 Chinchilla Ulsters 8.00
$28 Oxford, Silk Lined and Faced 12.50
MEN'S & WOMEN'S RAINCOATS
$5 Slip-on Raincoats $1.25
$10 Mohair Coats 3.00
$12 Poplin Coats 4.00
$15 English Raincoats 6.00
$25 to $30 Gabardines 12.50
$10 London Slip-ons 550
$15 Cashmere Raincoats 8.00
$25 Homespun Coats 12.00
$30 to $40 Gabardines, Silk Lined 14.50
$10 Auto Rubber Shirt 2.00
$5 Boys' and Girls' Capes, $1.50. Caps. 25c extra
60 WEST 23rd ST.
One Door from McCreery's Near 6th Ave.
A Very Important Sale
Women's High Class Fur Coats
At exceptionally Moderate Prices
Hudson Seal Coats
Full length, loose model, made from French dyed
elected musk rat,
Made from lightweight akin, full length -model.
Made from whole skin, flat pelts, full length model
Made from prime flat curl tkini. Full length models.
Formerly $1 10.00.
Trimmed Caracul Coats.
With Chinchilla-squirrel, black, smoke blue and
pointed fox. Full length model.
Baby Caracul Coats.
Made from selected moire skins, ermine or chinchilla-squirrel
collars.. Formerly $265.00.
French Seal Coats.
Made from choice selected skins. Full length
models. Formerly $75.00.
Trimmed Seal Coats.
Made from French dyed skins, collars and cuffs of
leopard, civet cat or French mole. Formerly $ 1 25.00.
Sable Squirrel Coats.
Full length model, made from Leipzig dved skins.
Scotch Moleskin Coats.
Genuine Scotch moleskin, made from selected
skins. Formerly $345.00.
Imported Hudson Seal Coats.
Skunk and ermine trimmed, models of Drecoll
and Bernard. Formerly $575.00.
Fur Muffs and Scarfs
9.50 16.50 BlackFox. . . i . 14.50 18.50
24.50 29.50 Pointed Sitka Fox 20.50 35.00
21.50 Silver Kit Fox 27.00
10.00 Civet Cat 16.50
29.50 Skunk 39'50
25.00 M Moleskin 24.00
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
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