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OF U. S. IN NEW
NOTE TO BRITAIN
Revised by Wilson, Reply
?oes to I ansing for
Dispatch on Monday.
FOR I RADE SEEN
BiocKa.if I 0 rraany Again
Called ll ?"
l i On.
fit 1 ?-. ?
.,.. ; . sad it Is ox?
-vP | hai had Secretary
'?? i thsn s
'. - ? ' BaBt
? a-a | . ? ? ""?I
ich t me to i??
?a. ?..., I it anxioni
cteM lelays It haa been
..... - ,r,nthi. but
... it,7? -?? to eontro
f(I1T e ? rtod arrival of
t .. ,. . - .- rr. Qreat Brit
a'a f. ?Ol ' "cs have compelled
j,:iti sad n
yj.? ; longest of the
aajha, t ? roasoa, a State De
:tr*.sf7- I I Ol ?aid to-day. It may be
nr.t tl rr.atl. Th;? course, if ad<
,i ttr-i. l la be i bl Amen
Bl ant ibai ' - Btience has
\ttt uv . : onr
BrlUln Not to Yield.
Ti? Sut?? Dei '.-? bops
fcr ?*:? :i ?^
tjsd. eondii '-.? si
? ? ..- ? pen I
BBf te ? . ar
BB OsfB ??
?al for certain ]
forti of ' ? ?
' ? ' ?
'?; '? ?
? ? ; i r.f ur.warrant.-d
??if, ?.. ?
?.?fini'.lo* * '
M? GR.ACE, BRITAIN'S
CRICKET IDOL, DEAD
M'ad?' Pali ., Schoolboy*!
Creed - -, at 17.
J*^0*-'. ' * bs death to-day
" lt V .-ace, in hia
** '.lit h,
? f?ts*, u
g 9mj*i I
U. .***' _*''" I national pa??ion
m_*_SJ'' I rd the
??'A ..?? the
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*?"- vl?h *
Hi ?s i
? a farni'iiar
?? t-t '
111, t0r;"r ' r many
^'??tt ',[,'. |
Uo*OIj) OF COBTJEQ SHOT
T*:'" ,: ' ? H ??.Ih Arid.
Um. r " ' ' "
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^?1 fr ,
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BIS lita-Lt. it W a>ia
HAHY AGAIN SEALS
i.?ne?a, Oct. :.T?(.crmany aeain
,- rloocd from Boaol t.. roaotaate
tu Ua-rtsllers <?! .?.r? eoBdlttWa. No
I ?wad to appn.arh
the loading? on tin- (.crmaii shore
.-( I ake < BBStOI . ?-.
It I? BSaBBUraj, M her,a1?.f?irc. that
the cloaintt ?.f the frontier is to
keep Intelligence of the movements
? ?f Genou triM.ps fr.?in escaping.
IN WEST FAILS
En'I Along Whole Front
Aftei Final Teuton At?
? ? of -h
;-' '" ? on the
'".-out appear? to have ?toppe I a?
, a eoi ???(. ce?
in to reports from the
lit night detach! nts of
lis en Ha.
hy, but 1
- BO further hos
To-?: French official ?tate
I only repor'? of
. .ops' of the
my endeavored -to come out from
. .- -cu'.herri part
..he and near the fort
? ? ?gi ?? district, also,
I srtiei of the
? . syes and
- red to
Bl ? .'in? In
of 17 .'te de Tahurc.
Th? ? psrtiei ?vero everywhere re
ind virtually destroyed by
I oar infantry and machine
('n the front In Lorraine French
for- , .-'ui.born and hand
? ? ??-.?? .1 a trench
? ? ? -. at ,'t point near
June! on ol running
BERLIN TO TAKE OVER
GERMAN FOOD SUPPLY
Distribution by Slates of Em?
pire's "Plenty" Was Uneven.
Berlin by arlreleii to Sayville, X.
?.man federal gov
1 to assume con
Bpply of victuals
??. BOW the
ritlei had been
I to handle the
rna nt n< ? <?
? the position
f the i
nt, l.ut un
litioi the various
, be made to dis
tally throughout Ger
g foi ? he eoming
? i plisa at rea- ;
? sil (1 : .*. 11 ? - ?
Lor The Amsterdam
rding to ad
I? nil Council
- ,? consisting of meat.
TEN AMERICAN SHIPS
BANNED BY BRITAIN
Forty-seven in List Suspected of
day j * forty-s? vefl neutral
? ? the Am?
? ring thi ? --hipa,
?. the autho
? !'.?.,! by German
.?i an unrieutral
ontr?n will be mime
A ? '-. It is diAtstalt for
charterer t>. obtain evi-,
? .: .. I i. which
? 'h the
? trading with th?
SI e of the name of
. . t worbs a real
? B ';! b. made to
,ich cannot show
ids then in
? : \
? \ ? r with
? 1 from
? American ?hip? on the list
Sr to the Ameri?
\ ?bl ? ? ? ? .
.? ? . ro? resaat>
? ; Sw? dea, two;
load, four, and \
CANAL OPEN JANUARY 1 ;
NO SLIDES IN SIGHT
Thirty I ?"?t Channel Restore!
Half ta-he Closed Distance.
afain ' ' '" t*ian
il <.f the
USSS u large
I that a channel|
lOgS of light
? ?l eon
r tie year.
?T ? dis*
'led tl at th?
. v. I, el
,.,! by ? '? thoas hold ui
?a j.,.', leportiog a? fast OS !?''?:
COO ..olaa.la CO-.lt
S. A11 matt $c do.
FIFTH AVENUE-MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK.
TCLEPHONE 7000 MURRAY HILL
[j n the Department for Imported Costumes
is assembled a magnificent collection, combined with the riche:;''. A
fur trimmings and embodying in every detail, both in beauty of
fabric and exclusiveness of design, the S?test dictates cf the world
famous couturiers. These exclusive irnodes and adaptations range
ir -rice f"or_ _>_!_/_. .00 to $450.00,
(Department on Third Floor)
j[ n the Blouse Department ....
may be seer, beautiful combinations of "aces with furs, or delicate
C72?e Georgette with hand-drawn effects, or the sen.i-4ai.ore-. blouses
introducing novel plaitings; also lingerie or voile models, with baby
tucks, or of filmy laces combined with hand embroideries. The lat?
est fashion suggestions are expressed in complete price assortments.
(Department on Second Floor)
Late Autumn Importations
of Dress Silks
include many rich Metallic Bro?
cades, Satin Suitings, French
Fai_.es, Taffetas and
Reasonable prices obtain (consid?
(Department on First Floor)
?il Altaian & (Eo
The New Mode _n
by special arrangement with the Commiass-on for
:: ?lief 5n Belgium will hold, to-morrow and
throughout the week
An Exhibition and Sale o?
RARE BELGIAN "WAR LACES
is now v/el? defined in the late Au?
tumn and early Winter styles and
c-~rorn_s to the wide and shorter
els decreed by Fashion. To this
dictate a number of beautiful styles
have been developed in effective
plaid, in Dresden effects, in plain
or- fur-trimmed taffeta, while in the
extremely dainty models are those
fashioned of lace and be=ruffled
satins, crepe de Chine, or Georgette crepe, designed for wear in the
evening, or with negligees. The prices cover a wide range and will
be found to meet individual requirements. These charming styles
may be seen in the Department on the Second Floor.
These exceedingly beautifu! specimens of the lace industry of
Belgium will be shown on the Fifth Floor, and a cordial invi?
tation to call and inspect them is extended to all who may be
--.eluded in this collection are examples of Flandre, Rosaline,
Mechlin, Venetian Point,Drooche!, Duchess, Bruges, Point de
Paris, and other varieties of old "aces, which from now on will
be very difficult to duplicate. A great many pieces have been
completed since the beginning of the war.
_n the Fur Department
an extensive collection of luxuri?
ous Fur Garments and small Furs
presents an unequalled opportu?
nity for inspection.
Of notable interest are the matched
Skins in Silver Fox, Natural Blue
Fox, Cross Fox, White Fox,Smoked
and Slate-colored Foxesf rom which
a personal selection may be made
for orders to be specially executed.
Special attention is directed to Fur
Hats for motor and street wear.
The Department for
Weekly importations of exquisite
French Underwear, character?
istically Parisian in elegance, re?
finement and dainty perfection oi
detail, continually augment a distinctive collection of Undergar?
ments. Included are several of the Season's Novelties, among
which are now being shown the loveliest of Brida. Sets, fashioned of
the sheerest Linen Cambric, and enriched with hand embroidery and
real Valenciennes laces.
TIMELY OFFERINGS OF SPECIAL INTEREST
10,000 Pairs Women's* Children's
'Imported Cilace Gloves
will be on sale Monday on the First Floor.
This Interesting Offering will afford an op=
ortunity to obtain gloves of excellent qua!=
ity at extraordinary price concessions.
Women's Short Glace, pique-sewn, in black,
tan, or white .... per pair 85c.
Women's Glace Kidskin Mousquetaire, six
teen-button, in black or white, per pair $2.00
Children's Glace, one-clasp, pique sewn, in
tan.per pair 85c.
In addition to the above
Men's One-clasp Castor Gloves
pxm-sewn, in gray, will be on sale at the
special price of . . . per pair $1*25
A Remarkable Sale of
Reversible Velour Portleres
A timely Cffering for tc morrow 'Monday)
will consist of Reversible Velour Portieres,
fine quality, in novelty two-toned colorings,
producing an attractive striped effect, at the
unusually lev/ price of . per pair $!7.50
These Draperies are custom-made (with
French edge) in 3. Altman & Co.'s own-work-^
c~. _ A'; color combinations express
the present note in interior furnishings.
(Department on Fourth Floor)
Styles of Distinction
in Negligees and House Gowns
will be presented in an interesting Special
Offering which has been arranged for to?
morrow and comprising selections of smart
individual models fashioned on the newest
lines, Included are:
Tea Gowns of Crepe Meteor, with Coat of
Chiffon; trimmed with lace and swansdown,
Crepe de Chine Tea Gowns, with lace coat,
Robes of Zenana cloth, with hand-embroid?
ered collar and cuffs: silk-lined throughout,
Negligees of Crepe de Chine, lined with alba?
tross ar.d trimmed with swansdown and
An Exceptional Sale of
Men's and Women's Hos'ery
has been arranged for Monday in the Depart?
ment er. the First Floor. In exceedingly in?
teresting assortments the following offer
irgs in commendable qualities may be se
cured at prices much lower than those usu?
Women's Silk Mose, with cotton tops and
soles, in black or white, special per pair 75c.
Werner's Silk Hose, in black or white,
special per pair.$_.45
Men's Black Cotton Half-hose
special per pair.25c.
In the Velvet Department
may be seen a splendid assortment of Im?
ported Dress Velvets, Velveteens and Cordu?
roys, especially fashionable for Gowns and
Tailored Suits, also a complete range of
The prices are very moderate
A Special Offering for to-morrow (Monday)
wil? consist, of
2,500 Yds. of All-silk Velour Raye
(42 inches wide)
in plain colors which include the latest
shades, at the special price of per yard $4.65
(Department on First Floor)
A Sale of
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
wi?l be held Monday in the Millinery Depart?
ment on the First Floor. Here will be found
the newest and most authoritative shapes
from the small close-fitting hat to the larger
styles, the entire collection expressing
Trimmed Hats of distinction, $7.50 & 10.00
Untrimmed Hats in modish shapes
at .$2.00 & 3.50
in Velour, Feit or Beaver expressive of the
jaunty and becoming styles adopted by the
fashionable woman for the fashionable
sports are displayed in this department.