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WOMAN HELD HS DEATH '
OF PER IN BATHTUB
Sent to the Tombs Without Bail
to Await Coroner's Inquest
on April 18.
WILLINGLY FACES CAMERAS
Trav->p Police Station Wearing
Easter Hat, and Stirks to
Story That Man Stabbed
Himself in Scuffle.
\hr Bnyder. who say* she waa
th* rife "f ?Walter ?' Suydeer. advertism?
f Sports of thf> Timo*1." whc
In a ?bathtub Ht hip apart
infrt? No. ftM st Nicholaa avenu?.
?fter be-lns stabbed in trie. hrea*?t with a
-? ven-lnch Kleeora, spick to her
? rday, d?*c_artng that
- while Bnyder neized
?>? ?)i. wrietl Uld drove xho blades
heart Coroner Hellen-tein eent
th. Toml ? to await the 1? ?meet on
II 18. >
Pi Qtto T Schultae'a autopsy yesater*
?owed ihm whatever weapon it
that entered Bnyder ? ?"vast, it
en the third nn?l fourth
ou? an Inch and three-quarteri
un of the breast ebone, and ie>
.m ariei> In the outer wall of the
....;.. for ? ?i ust have bo? n re?
to drive even ?? moderately sharp
ment through the rib cartilage,
I t.. l>r. Schultxe.
:.i Mr?. Bnyder Mid she grabbed
ra petulantly, because her hus
. ii spattering her head and
with cold wai.-r from a bath
and th? n he w I? d hei
jerked .->? hard ' t he drove the
ic'.advf. into his body, ?esterday, how
ever, she said they had nol been quar
..;. and th? whole thing mu?t ha\e
1,. ci a horrible ending to what hei bus
? intended a? a Joke All this bap
noon hour, she ?aid
It wiis 2*30 o'clock when a doctor found
Bnyder ?had In the bath. She said she
had no Idea thai he was eeriously In?
jured until h" fainted and fell Into the
May Have Lived Over an Hour.
"it is quite possible that Bnydei lived
rr.oru than an hour after h? wal
?tabbed." said Dr. s.huitz.v "Th.-i. are
. on reecord where the pericardium
having been perforated, the patients
have lived .--? vi ral hours. In on?
t . my knowledge life wu sustained for
ten hours after a needle point had
pricked a blood veasel of the outer heart
wail and clotted the enveloping
Granting that Mr? Bnyder"e story of the
stabbing i.s true. I think it is plausible
r> suppose that h;r husband walke?!
from her bedroom to the bathroom and
than lived some tiui- after that."
?.lad lu a neat gray .suit and a large
Mack straw hat that ?nyder had bought
for her to wear on Easter, the
prisoner walked out of the W?l 125th
Ktreet police station yesterday morning
?! charge of Detective Galvin. who made
the arrt-bt- A squad of kodak men were
lined v?i on the sidewalk, and Mr?.
Snydrr, apparently as cheerful a*
though ?he had ?slept in her hed at
homo, consented quite willingly to pose.
r*he walked to ih>* Manhattan street
iubway etatlon with Galvin ?nd went
before C*oroner H?llenstein. Thor? ?ai
? examination, her atory having ?been
? d ?t laaal three times without sub
?-tantiai alterations ?ei. Bunday.
While awaiting th? arrival of th? Cor?
oner s'n? taiked freely with th? r.-port
Before fh? married Bnyder, in
stown. K .1 . i" WOfc he ?*aa di
\oreen from Anrie Tra/ey. of Baltimore,
, _ \f?.r th.>ir marriag? tr.<>v
lived in Newark and lat.r in Detroit
?. here h*. I'f-r-irne, (?oTftarv to th? De
R^m? aMociation. Other **om?n
hegar t.. engage hie attention at this
?or] one P?rtha Vi-age--,
r?mii E*??* te Fr?rg?at Htm.
, - ? g ??al Cetniid." ??h? Mid
fhet t came Baal alono to Uva and for
c?. t | ipported myaelf in various
. ? ong pretty well
- ; > f^rrf \V*!t?-r wa.s back ?. Sem
l\ he WOUld N> at the
? -. in Hadieofl Square
aa T e/rote to htm there and h? got
letter We mel by app?.intni?nt
? ? 1 .?v-.^-d t.? come toother.
. -,. at th? tlm? that he had h??n liv?
ing with a ??.man h> th? name of H?l?n
(field, of Hartford, a? No ?S???! West.
\Y).y very e-atractiva,
. .1 to Civ? her up We
i he vowod he
He aeni th? ?"aulfleid
girl to liv? ?1th h?r Pistet, Mary faul
t. No. 62 Madleoa
"About t'nm> weeks ago we mo\?d
apartment and nubiet rooms
i.n the ground floor of the Historic H.?II
?ipartments. No, 800 St. Ni.holaa ave
n??. I say -*.? got along together pretty
wall, hut I di-covered that he had not
given ufe th? oth?r woman. That was
"*? oniv thing h? would not do for m?.
We w?r? OUt late laM .Saturday night
*wd got up lat? Sundav morning. 1 had
? i and was In my bedroom trim?
ming the fringe off the cov?r on the
dresser. Walter came from his bath in
HJs underclothing and kept spattering me
with cold water from the bath sponge?.
I gT?w angry and asked him to stop, but
he only teeased me the mor?."
Mrs. Bnyder went on to reiterate her
?tory of how she turned on him with the
?Issors and how h? clasped her hands
??and yanked hrr towar?! him; how* the
hladee pier? ?d his body, and how he
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WALTER J. SXYDEK VXD WOMA.N HELD VS HL- PLAYER.
walked t?> the bathroom K> Stan? h the
flow of blood
Regrets Delay of Doctor.
l washed out his union suit beca ise
hit other suit was in the wash
said. "<?h! how T wish i had sent im' a
d... t??r sooner. The hall boy tried to get
several doit?.rs for me when Walter
fainted, but Dr. O'Neill, of No. !?l<? 81
NIcholag avenue, wm t?-.*- only ?')!?? that
rt-.-j"l.d.d. That's just bow it all hap?
pened. I think he must have meant to
frighten me when he pulled t
.-" hard as-uinst his chest, 1 am Inn? ent
and 1 cm't ??<??? how they can charge me
with this crlm?-." At this point Mrs.
Bnyder's paaaionlesa manner sofl.i ...
bit, and tears welled up In her
she dashed them away with her ?
ken hi? *'. and in a ndnul
herself a?_- .
Ah" ? ?i, ago th?
Caulfleld appeared ? ?
the apartment at No. ???! w.-. t UUth
street, and exhibited a number ? ??' well
?colored bruises on her t
land said they were marks <_-f Si.
brutality. For some time the occup
uf the place had 1 ? . ird Vloll lit Upl
emanating fr.'in the Sn ?i?r upan
The janitor helped h< i get her trunk o t
and Mise Caulfleld, with h.-r pet bri
bulldog, left the place for . ?
wf-eks later the presenl Mrs. Hi
Miss Mar) Caull I. a ii? d I?
blonde, stylishly dresse?
Hot? l Ascot j esterday that h-1 al
tn the morning alt?
?,.f Bnyder*? de.ith In th? i ipers. K ?? j
? am? t?> h. i. M ? Id s ltd, ?
six weeks aK". with hardly enough
clothes to keep h? r v.uni and with ?< '
(.t'.r. ..f CTUel mistreatn ?
hands. She told me thai > ?? ?" as
spondlng with a Karne woman "M
M.otfr has gone Into Nen Vork State
sj.mewhere. i shan ?
all 1 know- about the ? a ?'. ' she ? I
Helen Caulfleld in th?- da im.uj- ol -1
I-'. Caulfleld. a mail to do I Id? r of
Mrit^,m Bnyder eloped with her
Hartford In W0>, I? ??? Ing bit ? ?
va? Bertha V? Mrs
Bnyder afterward ?ent bark 1 i
horn?- in T" iroit.
I?etroi?. April 8.? Mra Berti ?
of tins City, who say? th.it sh-? I" the
nnlv legal wife of Walter J. Bnyder, who
was stabbed to death In X?
yesterday, retained ? mnsel her? to-day
to *nter a claim In b< r behalf to t),.
dead man's estate Bhe says i? is worth
$?.?:.,< n ? ?. The claimant saya ah? married
Bnyder eight years ac> and has ? '
been divor i d
"He left me to run awa) Wll h hi?- afrln
ity. H'-r nam? was 'Jane,'" said Mrs.
Bnyder. "Three years a--?. I wen! ha?k
to live with him in Hartford B) and I??
I bogan to hear him speak of a. ?irl
named Mary Karna, In a few w??-ks
he. eloprd with his gtenogrgph?-r. Helen
Caulfleld, f,f New Britain, i started a
non-support (suit after that, but 1 never
obtained a divorce." Mr.?. Bnyder iu<
wlth her mother at No l?M?? Vermont
avenue, thin City.
New- Britain. Conn., April 8 Th? fam?
ily of Miss Helen Caulfleld. who it \h
?aid eloped with Walter J. Snvder, wl ?
was killed In New Vork yesterd..
fuse to give any information con?*om
Ing her whereabouts. They -oy thev
know where she Is and that she has not
been with Snvder for a lone Unie.
COAT CAME, THEN PHYSICIAN
Misfit Baby Lamb Has Terrible
Effect, Mrs. S. Deimel Says.
Mr?. Simeon Heimel, whose? husband
used to b?p interested In liorse-- and who
1? known on th?*i ?ta??* tm ?>li\e Redpatb,
was In the Supreme Court yesterday an?l
explained why ?die did not ?accept ?i coat
that ??eorge K. ?'. Boos, a furri'-r. made to
her order for ?i.s?"?. Ura. Oeimel is a.
pretty young woman who has starred In
plays largely reniinlseent of Taris. "It
was terrible," she explained on the stand,
when She discovered that the coat did no*,
flt, und It made her so 111 that Khe had to
call In a do??t??r.
The coat or wrap was of baby lamb. an?l
It was to ho just like that worn hv Mrs
Buhteed. whose husband is also devoted
to sport. Mrs. Deimel Wanted her gar?
ment llnud with old K-.ld embroidered silk,
but the one that Boos made for her, she
said, was lined with white silk, which ?he
did not want.
Then, too. according to the defendant
It lacked "the distinguished appearance"
of Mrs. Busteed? ?oat. For all these and
other reasons the fair a? tress refuse?! i?i
take the coat or to pay for It And Just
for that Boot? sued her. The ntvy ?^ill I
han'l 1?? ? ????aled verdict this morning
SUFFRAGE HA?S A? 28C.
Biiyors at This Price Must A-irre
to March in Parade,
PLANS FOR DEMONSTRATION
Line of March Will Move Up Fifth
Avenue on May 4, Ending with
H?ra tor are now--SiltYr"".f-* h*?a V | -.
?Wen* ? oine early ?nd svol.j th? rii?n.
They are perfectly good hats, you ander
Stand, and the only reason thev're so
.-heap Is that thav'ra a spa.lal barg-alri
for tbe parada F.*?en a male ereaiure
mirh as most wholesale milliners are In
tins baldly arranged werld, can be pat
snaded to make concessions to tw-ntv-ir.
thousand saffragettea Ton ?-an't have one
of these faahlonable 2i-cent hats, how
ever, unless poti piede? yourself to march
i-i the suffrage parade on May ?. Vo.jr
? - M UN SN'YDl
BROOKLYN GIRL STRONGEST
Miss Stabler Wins Test of Rad
cliffe College Students.
Merrl ..f Rrool ? Ii t id, Hffe
4 . \
??? Hing in ?lie ir ital ? ? its in
I- lltli ?? on Bal rda ? did the ladder
horse ?a ..rk and
I . . . ? M. . "J ' .
I| "f I'.' K
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v m the
-? ? ? i . ? dltl l.anman,
\li?? i ?
, ?? ? I ' '
M'-n'.'? and MIbk Kdtth Bennet *.rr ,\, ,t
\ i M ?^ . ? . ? ?
- ? ? ? ? ?
AGAINST MRS. NICODEMUS
Landlad*; Telli of Prisoner*! Al
il for t
. ? ?
i,.1,1 . ? ??M Judge
led the e? . ? i,,.
obj? ?!???- nl \ '? i .?ii ? I ? . ouns?! for'
i he .i. . ? > ground ?hm II i
i ihat .-'????
uff? n"? front hyeter I na il ? ind
? ? ? id ordered
Nlrodernun "'it ? ?
? ' -.''ill h in.in .?-lie
s.-ii.i that ? h.-n Mr? Nleodemua first cam?
t., her ihe -*\.\ t>.,t th? waa divorced fron?
Frank rVleodemui b?soatn?e i ?? im-'I ??? kill
thell ? ?-.-.. ",.:r.'l I"
hoi, ? h" ? ? ' !)| i' I the r.i? lit
Mi - Mui ph) 'a with h? i it? r, Mi M
phy said, she 'aw anothei man, who <"i"
\ ?? ? told i . ?.' ?. ' ? i '.pted brother"
around h< i room lat? al nlglit.
Attr\.-. Murphy, Mrs. M
old 'I ?lighter, asid lhat : he, ?.?.'. had
?? Vincent IVIehol t'i?r.. .?ml though!
him married to Mrs Ki?*odemua "?
v,n-> vexed w h'-n Mr. l/w afked her if her
? - did i'"t lik.? .i .Irink mm and '
"I'd hare you i<r."*\ ? thai in)
mother Is ;< perf?M?l lad . and pi) father,
? m emsa examination all of t h ?rttn?
Bald ?lai ?;.?,.-,|.\. ?mm fond ,,f chlldr? n
and that the) all eisemed ??? lov? her Ths
caae will probabl) go to th? |ur) on Thin
FAT7T0S FAILS TO SWAY .TUDGF.
Connterfeiter Sent to PriBon, Despite
Plea of Daughter s Schooling.
Chicago, Ar-iil I [>esplte bin plea that
he r?"-or???l to counterfeiting Stirer dollar-j
to snpport bis daughter in school, Jamo
Un?- waa senten?3sd t?<-day totmprtsonnient
for ten years in the federal prla.tn at At?
lanta. Rlt*? already has .-.-rv..) eleven
for similar "ff? no i
S.'Ilia,' the pHSOIier*? ?laughter w-eep|ni?
in court, l-'e.l.-ral Judge l.andls said it ?..,
pitiable to impose the maximum ?-ent.>n<-?,
t.ut the ?*ounterfeltlng wax ?-o exper! ;??? to
r? ?-turc It.
PLEADS FOR RIOHESONS LIFE
Counsel Will Try to Save Murderer
from the Electric Chair.
Boston. April 8.-The nr?*t move to ?ave
the life of llurenee V. T RlehggQII. the
(.(1I)f,.S).,.,) murderar of Mi?-? A\is iainneii.
who 1? ??-ntenecd to die In the ?-lectrle ?hair
during the ?weh ei May ?, ?as made to?
The former minister'? attorney. William
A. More.?-, had a short conference wlih H.
?' llamlln. e-t<.-iiti'.e secretary, following
wbleh It wa* annotmced that on April M
gounaol t?. ui? h.?son s*lll appear nef,,?-.
?lov.-rrioi tTnea end ??rgue on th.- question
of ref.-rring ? peUti??n to the executive
? ? ? .
?The hat! ? ? -,
1 ; ?.. .
' ? ' ? ? !!? had to pr. due? i.
! thing equally I.ml
?'"' there will ?a
??ne| ?. - ?...-.?
? ? ?
' * ?*?uld t ,. |.( omlng Ml ?eil ??? i-lim ir
en? ;,rvl ?to it, Mon I
with . |
- i . ?
over . ?
' 1 Wit h <_ :
of rlbl ? id? hats will monni
? ? .1 .!..;
I T ' 1.1 . - . . i ?
?ill to. ' ? t'.. m
-.(.!: ? .
" ' imakei ?
Plant for Pnrnda Completed.
. ? g in 1 h?i ? ??
e'iw ?re ! , \ ..
'.?.I 'I he i ?? ? itart f?
c in the
t ? and !?' ???
>Tih street to f'ai lall, wh
?. ?- r ? ? ? ?
-,? 111 h. )l. !?! ? . ??> el ,-,- I. . ? I
. ? ? :?? ? ?
? I ?
Hiding aotrid.. ? i i?l ? ill
i ,||<- \>.i R Tlnkt I
. | ? M M ? I ? II
Mi - ' lara i ull? i
1 h?se rid? i a will tie th?
00 ?,. h? W 111 lieet I . |. nUll ' ?! ?" " ?
-1.lt. . H till-?
.. m do?
. ?>? k ?.de In pun le. gr?< ? lit? ?
olora of th. militan!
the?? v? ho ?? m e Id? an Mis? In?
land, Mi-- Maebel I ???. th? rhin?s? su
lor. Mr? v. lilla i H???? h? r and M ' ?
?r'l s t'hlsholm
Even one ' reqii? l?i lo ? ?
, , ,,., |, ... ?rdi ' t., in ik? ?'?
.Ilice) i.. I I'- goi B< I ?' '
vhi.-h an being mad*? lo order
a, aril t, and will 0+ ?*ai
th? p irad? ' that h? t ?stand on ?i
, n.i. may read ? ? ' ?"!|V ','"
dred and ?evenly tl I * '""', v"" '
rallfornla Wh* nol In Sen rork ' Thei
V1li \,r four hundred ??f lb? banner ????
?.?h ?? ?lifte !'? m ?H"''"
Behind Ihs rlden ?ill ? " Women
Political i i""". v Itti Mi i'1
non and Wise Carolina l_e_o? taking l i
i,, the arduoua honor >'f bMng II ig b< ?''? '
Tho t?a?, b) th?' ";?~ ? '* not, Mr?
?a? a, a di polled "i muUlatesd ' nlted rttate
Hag, with all bul t??1'? start atrl? ?v..
h ? ne? Hag ol fn i dorn, beim bull? up l?!
suffragista, and as ye\ there are only sli
MutTr.iK.' atatefe, hence onl
there wer? only thirt??n t,?t In Ihe orlp
ltiiil "SUN and gtrll I
Th.-ti win folie* dlfferenl groupe, divided
either aceordlng i.?upatlon or to th?
aociet] tic", r. presenl A large aumber ?i
actreeeea hi'i?- to march, but they are ??i
wa>n an uncertain quantity. Among lli.es?1
w lio liavi- ?i?ft,.e| provisionally hi. Ethel
Harryinore, ronstan?-?* Coltter, CMIv? Wynd
hani, Gertrud? Elliott, M.iiy Shaw. boulae
?lopser Mai?-. Rliaabeth Valentina Mra
Mareban Leonard an?i Mrs. Thomaa ?Whtf*
Chariot for Venerable Suffragist.
Th? fiev. a 1.1. ?i,. 11.- Brown Blackwell,
one of the most vt-i.-ruble of BUffregtata
will b? boni.' In a ?harlot of tLnvcrs l.y I
number of young girls In whit? dn lea
Mm. BlaakWeU was a nuffragixt In IMS,
and ha? been at it ever ?inc.-. Mi s Ade?
laide W. Smith, eighty-one years t?l<l. has
?lgnlfled her Int.-ntlon of marching, ghe
wa? a nurse In the I nil War.
A num?ber of MgW Hampshire -?ulTrag1?its
are coming all the way across the country
from their home stale In automobil.-.-,
driven hv Hi.maal-fea They wr.it.? that
Ihejr would be in the parade If they might |
? d they were ?
mit ted No tllow? ?! to 11
. i <?r Infirm.
I'i!t. .:i thou an I ?omen ..'
? ? ? ? a is Invite
? Invitation If required. Peop
* ho .1 rted <.?i the upot in..- fall
Mai ? lohi ton. I
' a delegation of Virginia women; Mr?. Luc
H'alrcl i Id V iller la organlzli | art la ta; Mi
M Alexander, business women; Mi
Ine Ely, Dutch women; Mm
k~ and Italians; Mr?. Waist?
Brown, women Interested In animals; .Mi
\A I.-n iiie mualclana M.- Prances Petei
? workei \; - losephine Beld<
Frederick H tzar?
? ? women, and Mr?. Edward Ever?
I -' ? i - tady women
? ig? .- inlxations In thi- . it
represented, Including th? her??i
.e ..,-?1.?. whli h bore the brunt of th
? i.i i year, Nothing da int? d, it wl
, tarn ?? ing? i in ? ??
'? ? of th? W ige Karnei --' Buffrag
! i l?l "ti April Z2 In ' 'oope
??? Inten ?t In the parad?
??111 stir up the wag
?i purple, gree
pasted up al >v<
? ? I ?
III r. mini
it rain or shit..
: ? -. nd worn? n ??? il
nue ..n Sal
Mra Charlea F. Kinsman Defend;
Herself in Divorce Suit.
Mi I m M Kinsrn in, who
her f-'r a divor?**, waa on th< far
up i which
. ? . .
? Una houae In u eat nth
? ? M ? 'urrie, t
? ?. eniplo) ed !? M in.n
"- ti th? N-Hrd
Ii..: I ift? Mra Kinsman ??? c n? th. r?
.. i ? . . .
of M ? . nd tl met a frii nd o(
Mr 'nil" In? led Mc< Ilnnl
i the Kin? ? ? ie that
. !, ,.ri I HI I
' .?n.i kno k< i oui ? Ighl of | t.- th.
\t.',. n ,t dm? loo Mn ' irrle a ? ?
i i .nd HI ? gol Mi '?- go th? re,
; nan n d, -
to go th? re to r?
after the ? Im
; ? said that tl"- I
daj night ah? ? ? ?I Ihe bungalow ?he
me alck, a?"l ai t1'?' auggestlon of Mrs
. irii?' i.Ht spplted a arel towel to h*r
In h- r r.'om Then esm? l
in the domestic drama. Kinsman,
acompanied by three men who were ?tren
?--era to Mn Kinsman, ruahed Into her
room | to n ?,tr??n t?-i i" r
: n i I'm hi ?lid not ?' ?!' foi an explana
n.,'. Mra Ktnsman denied that she bai
guilt; of any ml* 01 duct
I'RF.F.S WOMAN BMUOOLBR
.Tim* PiRacreeg on Diamond?- in Hi* it
Women's Mock Trial,
dl agi eed, ol hem Ise Mn
? might be faeinii to-nigh! a lone term
Imprisonment tur rinuggllng her bes!
diamond m* klace Into lh? ptarl ?i K? **
The necklace ?us aewed In the trlmmlna
,.f h.-r la: I y.ars hat. Looked slmpl?*
enough t?> the customs officiel, but Mra
Frederick Grant, lawyer for the defence.
,,,,1,1, su? h a strong ?-a?-?- that she quite up
?et the J'iry.
Ii was at the meeting of the ? ?ovet nmen?
ill, yesterday afternoon at ?h?- Hotel
Astor, snd it was really only a moek trial,
wjih ? highly moral purpose, however, that
,.f tea?-iiiiig tii>- women how to conducl
tin ii.'elv- ? as ?urors and judges when P*>
HUcal duties ar?- flnslly forread upon them
In this state.
.Mrs. i.auih i case, In brief, was thla ilhs
h;t,l be? ?i travelling cM?-nslvely in various
U?|(J and ?mtnu-twortliv ?-"initrie? where
?he was afraid of being robhe?l. no she
bad commanded be* maid to conceal her
diatnomls in th?? most disreputable looking
hat she had.
Then she had forgotten them. When she
returned home she had In all sineertty an?i
honesty ?b'lared he,- jewel ?aa?'. hut-you
,..,? go? hoe? H was since she had forgotten .
?boot ?,,', ?hHiii'ind"*. It 9Ma natural tor
hcr D"t to declare them, wasn't it?
MUFF HAD GREAT CAPACITY
Shoplifter Stuffed Tweke Chiffon
Waists Into It.
The jury in Judge Malones part of ?gen?
eral Sessions yesterday found it hard to
believe that twelve ehtfTon waists even if
th?y ?rere worth t2fiO, could be cramme 1
Into a muff. At th.- r?'i|iiest of Alien ??.
?A, liman, the fiaMetaat Plat rift Attorney.
Mis? Amelia do ^ant". a store detvtr...
? Pel h a. m wood m the- I
Piece to Dwell Between I
Mt Ver non & New Roche! le I
I showed the Jury how it was done.
! The jury was out only a few minut
and r.-turned a verdict of guilty of r?**j
larceny ??malnst the defendant. Mra. Hxi
Harris. Mrs. Harris said she was twen?
nve \ears old, an ae'tress, and lived at >
_K3 West 37th atreet. She will be ?antea?:
The Bride's Silver
is not the ?selection"for a day-but rather for
a lifetime and for generations. One cannot
emphasize too strongly the importance of
choosing wisely and well, the pieces and sets
which some day will be cherished heirlooms:
For three-quarters of a century The Gor
ham Company has stood for the highest
achievement in all productions of Sterling
?Its factory today is the largest in the
world devoted to productions of silverware,
and it naturally follows that The Company's
display of wedding suggestions assumes an
importance distinctively its own.
Each piece of Gorham Silverware has all
the individuality of a masterpiece wrought
by an artist ^vho feels pride in his work.
| The Gorham Co.
I Silversmiths I
5th Avenue & 36th Street I
17 & 19 Maiden Lane I
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Skilled Furriers for Storage Work
The perypcr preparation of furs for storage re-qmrcs
widely different treatment tor differe-fit kinds of skins and
shoukJ be entrusted only to skilled furriers wbo anderstand
fhe special needs of each fur. The cteamn? and finish far*
we five to furs before "itoring is often \i-orth the full
amount charged for storage service.
Repairs and alterations ordered now
will be executed at summer price*.
C_ll .761 Grce\ey.
Nineteen West 34th Street New York
PARIS MONTREAL . IOKDON
Colonial Buckle Shoes
for women?? number of attractive
models on variou'? la?^ Tan and Black
calf. pat-Tit l<*ath?*T and whit?? d'ick
83 a pair
B!a?-k and Tan Russia ?Calf?buckles
covered with leather tomatch S _ a pair
Gunmeta! and Ru^ia calf-Black bud ?
= kin and Whit-?* ?Cowhide $.- a pair
A* Sixth Aveao? Store <**/v.
at Nineteenth Street
above Forty-fifth St
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