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Told They Will Be
Consulted on Peace
Statement an Answer to
Fears Huge War Debt
Island Possession of England
Also Demands Ownership
of German Island
LONDON, No?. &.?fPhe ftritish P-reea |
torean has Isued the following::
?The statement by Promicr Hughes
of Australia that the terms of peace
h?ve been definitely settled at the re- ?
??it canfercnce at Versailles? without ;
jonsultation with the do miniar? makes :
it necessary to put on record the actual '.
wiltton with regard to this Quest i/m.
"From the first the British govern- !
ment has rccogniaed the* ?hi? magnift- i
?flt efforts and sacrifias mads hy the !
iominions anri India in jha common
?aiwe have entitled ihum tx> an equal
oiea with thr United Kingdom in the
lettument ol the terrr , of peace.
'It was with this snacift.-: obiac* in
..rvr that " i first impe?al war cab:
iat v.as summoned last year. On thai
ocessu.il every aspect ?-If the general!
neace settlement was exhaustively dis- '
cussed by the two committees of the
;m?iena! war cabinet, nn each of which ;
?.he dTV-ions and India wars repr?' :
-ented as well ?? b_y the imperial ?>-?!- i
Australia Wi?, Informed
?'The Australian government, for rea
?one of a domestic character v?? \w I
?gwsented, , uacuss'ion? but
*? concisions, '"' ths committee and
of the unpenal war cabinet on ih?..? ?
?ftl? were communta??d fe tS I
?astralian Eovanrauntt at the time and
have since then been again reviewed ?
at this year's session of the imperial
war cabinet in a ?erics of discussions
in which representatives of Australia
"Nothing that has been done by the
British representatives at the recent
meeting of the .Saprer.is War Council
is inconsistent with the general con?
clusions arrived at in these discursions
or has precluded or prejudiced the ef?
fective attabimeni in /he final peace
terns of any specific objects to which
the attention of the imperial war eabi
let waa drawn by the representatives
of the dominions and India.
"The British government ha? every
intention of associating the govern
menta of the dominions and India with
itself at every stage in the future dis?
cuss i'/is of terms of peace.
'?from the moment that is became
clear that such discussions were im?
minent the prime minister? of tht
dominions and India were warned tc
hold themselves in readiness to com?
over or sehd representatives with e
view to their remaining in constanl
and the closest touch in their capacit.?
of members of the Imperial War Cabi?
net, with developments of the situat;or
and to thoir being represented at th<
inter-alliad yn'crence vhich is to bi
convened in the near future, in ortiei
to consider in detail the practical ap?
plication of ?encral principles of peac/
Only one ?iiort section of what ap
parentiy was a length statement, madi
by Premier Hughes o f Australia, 01
the- subjaet of rfipraeentation by tlv
Lritish dominions a- the Versatile
ennfercn-c.e, has been received fror
London. The remainder, seeming!;
has bee?i held up by the British oen
so::, '?""a* part.:'..',:; of the statement re
ce i ved follows-:
LONDON. Thursday. Nov. 7.
Premier Hughes protested also that
there wn,- no provision in the treaty
for indemnities with which to r?<
?eve Australia from a crushing war
debt, nor a provision for the retei?
tion of German islands "without
which the territorial integrity oJ
Australia is ?Xireve;- menaced."
The Australian Premier's speech
was loudly cheered.
Bishop of Oxford Warns
Against Universal Trainin
The Right Rev. (Miarles Gore, Bishc
of Oxford, addressing an audience <
more than three thousand persons i
Carnegie Hall yesterday, declared I
?aw no hope of saving civilization i
the policy of militarism is followed
and universa! training is installed in
this and other lands after the war.
He added he agree with Mr. Ascuith,
who had declared civilization was at
stake in the post-war year:',.
"It is not only true that the worid
must be made safe for democracy,"
?8?d Bishop Gor?., "but democracy must
be made safe for the world." The
speaker added the prediction if t*i*
world becama militaristic suspicion
would fellow the presan, exhaustion
and then there would be more wars to
Brighton Wreck Used
Against B.R.T. Appeal
Public Service Commission Re?
fuses further Hearing on
Steel Cars Order
The Brighton Beach cieva-ed trair
wreck, in which rbout 90 persons loi*
their lives a week ago was referred tc
yesterday by Commissioner Whitney
of the Public Service Commission ir
denying the B. E. T. a further heai ?:
on the ordar to purchase 250 steel ca.-s
Mr. Whitney declared the B. B. T. mu:
make changes in its officers to effec
responsiveness to public needs.
In January, 1917., the commissioi
ordered the company to purchase 25i
steel surface cars. The company
throug-h the courts, prevented the en
forcement of the order until after thi
United State? entered the war, wbe:
the company promised to comply.. Thi
car? did not mat?riau:;? and thra
weeks ago the commission determine'
to force su'.M'jn through court proceed
After referring to the Bidghroi
wreck Mr. Whitney ?aid:
"Resistance Lo legal mandate?, dc
fiance of public obligations, disregar
of the comfort, and safety of pas
sengers. disruption and overthrow o
any kind of public control over the i
operations, rciem to be the dominar.
motives of the company officials' n
sponsible for what has takrn place i
$35,000 Bonds Missing,
Boy Messenger Is Hel?
Samuel Sha pira, nineteen years oh
wh ) had been a messenger for th
brokerage hrra of Finch & Tarbcll, 12
Broadway, for three weeks, was bei
for examination yesterday in tt'
Tombs police court on suspicion <
steeling $35,600 vorth of Liberty bonds
from the firm's office. The bonds were
missed Wednesday after Shapiro had
? ailed to return from a trip to deliver
$800 worth of bonds. The ather seenri
ities had been lying where he could
obtain them, it is ?clieged.
According to the police Shapiro ad
mi-ted the theft jnd had ?23.000 v.-orth
of bonds in his pocket and $2,000 ir.
cash. Shapiro'-; ]-.nme is at IS?3 Third
Watch for Errors
Assert 600 Legal Ballots for
Whitman Were Thrown
Out in One County
The Republican State Committee,
with the sanction of Governor Whit?
man, yesterday sent word to all county
leaders to guard election returns and
to scrutinise severely the official can?
vass which will begin all over the state
Chairman Glynn at state committee
headquarters yesterday was informed
tha' 600 ballots in Suffolk County
?narked with two crosses?one for the
Governor as the Republican card.date
and one for, him as the Prohibition
candidate?had been laid aside as void.
Under the law on the official canvass
these ballots wiU be counted, the Re?
publicans as*crt. the ?dune as if they
had been marked with oniy one "X."
Additional ietnrt;s (rom last Tuesday's
election ir. New York State for car.di?
r?a tw other than oGvernce give the
toHewing results to ritte:
Lieutenant Gorerncr?Schoeneck, Re
pul i< .?-. -.'j.'.'?:': Walker, Democrat,
928,623; c'istricti; missing., o??; Walk?
er' ? plurality., 47^8?..
Secretary ci State?Hugo, Repub?
lican ;.'.'.'..?".'. S ; Bard, Democrat. 780,683;
district: missing, 1,09a; Hugo's nJurtl
Controller- Travis, Republican, 852,
529: Coler, Democrat, S16-202; districts
missing, i>08; Travis'.-- plurality,'36,327.
Treasurer?Well?. Republican., 831,
513; Cohen, -Democrat, 729.311; dis?
tricts mossing, 1,111; Wells's plurality.
Attorney Genera'- ---Newton, Repub?
lican, 827.3S5; Morszhauer, Democrat.
r~!>..21?: district-? misaine, 1.059; New?
ton's plurality. 155,179.
EnginseT?WillianiE, Reirublican. 773,
028; hf Do, Republican. 750.091; dis?
tricts missn??,,j l.iLTM; Williams s Tiltf"
IVEissing districts sx?. all upstate.
Sind SX - BR?AD\l?Y-53r<i ST.
Warning No. 3
uy your VICTROLA inowi
?or buy your Conreid Now!
Terms as Low as $5 a Month
The most disappointed home in New York this Christmas vrill be the one that waited too long for
the Phonograph purchase
Phonograph factories are turning out one phonograph to every ten wanted and nearly every store
in New York has instruments on order that will not be filled.
As yet, (rIMBELS have afll ample supply of most Viefrola styles, though some are not to be
had for love or money. But
You Must come and hear the New Conreid
The GIMBEL Phonograph De Luxe
This beautiful instrument, illustrated below, is the outgrowth of a war condition?the Vi
tremity was the Conreid's Opportunity.
With characteristic loyalty the Victrola People h-uve turned over the bulk of their plant to
and to meet the demand created by the famous Victrola, G1MBELS have produced
the New Conreid.
Beautiful in design, handsomely made on a par with GIMBEL fine furniture,
and comparing favorably with the $150 machines of other makes, the New Conreid
play?, all records?Victor. Columbia, Edison and Path?.
Come and hear them both play your favorites in the GIMBEL Display Salons'
?sound proof demonstration parlors, without cost or obligation.
Victrola Prices Conreid Prices
victrola IV *a**' \
I* SWi. styte. TVwt. Twins.
250 IV $2250 $5 Dm $5 a Month
285 VI 3250 $5 Down $5 a Month
107 IX 60.00 $5 Down $5 a Month
5 X 90.00 $5 Down $5 a Month
1 XI 11550 $10 Down $10 a Month
I XJY 175.00 $10 Down $10 a Month
52 XVI 225.00 $10 Down $10 a Month
21 XVH 275.00 $15 Down $15 a Month
36 ?? Finish Vktrolas and E?ectri? at $432
' The New Conreid is made in three
1 beautiful styles, as illustrated below.
On hand?580 of Style A Choice at
200 of Style B 7(1.50
110 of Style C ' "
What a Lovely Christmas
If Everybody Shops Early
Featured at GIMBELS
? Kayser* is the trade mark of a Manufacturer?not
just the identification mark of a distributer. All of their
years of experience?all of their knowledge, attained from
hundreds of experiments, is built into everv "Kavser"
Here the Manufacturer is brought into immediate con?
tact with the consumer.
Better Goods Always Result?
Ruy "Kayser" Silk Underwear Sow
Italian Silk Vests, $2.75
French band top, regular sleeveless or bodice style with
Italian Silk Vests, $2.50, $3.50 and $4.25
Beautifully embroidered over bust.
Italian Silk Bloomers, $3
Cut full in size, reinforced at points of greatest wear.
Italian Silk Union Suits, $4.50
i/ow neck, sleeveless, knee length.
Negligees and Saeques
of Crepe de Chine
Your girl chums will be delighted to receive one of these
beautiful negligees as a gift.
ilt "?!*? 7^ (^rePe de Chine Negligees in excellent qual
ol ?P-i-eJel?/ ity. several models from which to choose;
straight or waist line effect.
Hand embroidered or lace trimmed: in pink, rose, ciel,
Copenhagen, peach, navy and black.
Other Negligees of Various Silks
At $6.95 to $3??.50
Sit ^*^ Q^ *-'rePe c'e Chine Sacques, trimmed with
?11 ?pOiitO radium or Valenciennes lace. Pastel colors.
Other Sacques of Crepe de Chine
At $4.50 to $10.75
GfMBELS?Neglig** Shop, Second Floor
Hundreds of Lovely
Made of exceJlent quality silk in many styles to choose
from. Plain and changeable taffeta in light or dark color?
ings, also all silk jersey petticoats in the assortment. Each
with fitted elastic waist bands.
Other Petticoats Up to $22.50
GfMBELS?Pettier??? Shop, Second Floor.
Sale of 300
Rather than throw us down on
an order which they could not
fill, the makers of the famous
Domestic shipped us 300 ma?
chines of a higher grade at a
price to match the ones ordered.
Only 300 in the lot, so act quiakly. This is the fine new
Domestic model, in handsome Golden Oak case, highly pol?
ished. Easy running, ball-bearing, long lived, perfect in
service. Will do any kind of sewing under the sun.
Only $2 cash down brings one to your home?balance $1
a week. No extra.
200 "Acme" Automatic
Things To Be Thankful For?These
Of course, they can be Christinas
aprons just as well or every dav(C*
aprons any kind of aprons, in jj
fact, from the captivatingly Huffy
little apology thai one wears to net
"chafing ilish" suppers, to the big,
roomy, "honest-to-goodness" cook?
ing apron with, "strictly business"
in every line. Jusf run over the
list and find the style you want.
We have it?and at the price you
want to pay.
White Aprons 55c? 85c, $1.00.
$1.50 to $2.95
In Lawn. Swiss and Organdie. Trimmed with Em?
broidery. Lace. Hemstitching. Tucks. Short and Long
Bretelle Styles for the maid or waitress. Short and long
bands, gathered or gored. Medium and small Tea Aprons.
Colored Aprons 55c. 65c, 85c,
$1.00 to $2.95
in Percale, Charabray. Gingham, Band, Princess, Cover?
all, Bretelle and Bungalow Styles. Trimmed with self and
contrasting colors on collar, cuffs, bell, and pockets.
Smart Accessories for the Maid.
foliar and Cuff Sets. Caps and Bows.
10c, 15c, 25c, 55c, 75c
And while you're looking at the Aprons, see these fasci?
nating Boudoir Caps. You'll want some for Christmas
gifts or to supply the needs of a visiting guest. Lace. Net,
Chiffon, Crepe de Chine. Lace, Ribbon and Rosette
55c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.95 to $5.50
Special at $6.95
A wonderful assistance for home
dress-making. Will adjust for any
member in the family by a simple turn.
Modelled on the season's fashionable
In sizes 82 to 12.
OUR NEW SHOE STORE
WOMEN'S DRESS BOOTS
Specially rf*Zl fi* ?
Hand turned soles, covered
Louis XV. heels.
Brown kid with brown cloth
Grey kid with grey cloth
Patent Coltskin with grey
GIMBELS-Shoe Section. Second Floor
for Christmas Must Go at Once
To your soldier "Over There.'*
Goodies of all sorts, garments and other comforts; wrist
watches, razors and books?rand best of all?
Cigars and Cigarettes
(Quote Amex number and price when ordering.)
"Amex 378"?C'gars, high grade, straight shape, British
made. Box of 50, $5.50.
"Amex 379"?Same Cigars. Box of 25, $4.00.
Women's Natural Lynx
Cat Motor Coats
Most Extraordinarily Offered
r\?? iength garments, fashioned by skilled fur workers ;
finely lined. Just as smart for trotteur wear as for
Coats of chis calibre cannot ?je duplicated m the
WHOLESALE fur market today at this price.
4-lso Very Special lor Monday>
Blended Skunk Sets at $35
Brooklyn. New Jereey and Long Itlnnd Cu?teme??
Direct to GIMBELS wim Tube* and Subway?.
GIMBELS?Fur Section. Third Floor.
More than ever this year art- '
"The touch of kindness tho.t
makes the whme axrrld kin."
And because there was never more need of friends, of
tenderness, of the true spirit of Christmas, you'll send
your HoJiday Greetings
"to those who are lonely"
"to those who are sad"
"to the Boys 'Over There*"
""to those whose Boys are *Over There.' "
There are Christmas cards a-plenty at GIMBELS?just
?he charming: individual styles ihat you want?at very
modest cost. And GIMBELS will print the cards of your
selection from your plate?or a new one?if you wish to
Ask to see the Christmas place cards.
GIMBELS?Book Section, Main Floor