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Now Join Strikers
In Printing Trade
Total of 13.500 Men On
According to Figures oi"
Union Official*?; Employ?
ers Expect Improvement
Hop? of an earlv settlement of the
printing trades trouble faded when BOO
members of the Printers' Ink and
Lithograph Makers' Union, No. 1, quit
their international and went on volun?
tary "vacation" yesterday. Twenty
factories were closed as a resuU. John
J, Ritchie, secretary of the organiza?
tion, issued the call for the "vacation."
According to the union leaders the fol?
lowing is a fair estimate of the men
involved in the strike and lock-out. in?
volving pressmen, feeders and composi
ers: Compositors, 3.000; pressmen,
4,000; feeders, 2 300; paper handlers,
?-".800; job press feders. 900; lithograph?
ers. ?00; total, 13.500.
The printers' ink and lithograph
makers have established temporary
eadquarters at the office of Franklin
nion No. 23. one of the outlawed or?
ganizations, 5 West Thirteenth Street,
be lithographers demand an increase
:??" per cent in wages and recognition
i theii union, Mr. Ritchie said. The
ien affected, he said, received vari
cales of . wages.
1*rank.in union No. 23 held a meet
ing a: Webster Hull. East Eleventh
Street, yesterday. More than three
thousand feeders and lithographers
wore present to hear the report o?
Tames Bag.ey, president of the Frank
in union. He said settlement had
been reached with five employers yes?
terday, among them the private piani
: ?he New York Life Insurance Com
pany. He said the plants accepted the
mion's demands for the forty-four
?our week and an increase of ?14 in
?ages. A d? legation of pressmen from
.?cago. Phi.adelphia and Boston ap
eared a*, the mooting and pledged the
; port of the pressmen of those cities ,
: the local organization. It wa3 an
'.OLiriced at the meeting that the major
I v of the printing p.ants in the city
ire closed, contrary to the claim of the
Printers' League, the employers' or- j
?zation, that 140 shops are op?r?t- j
At the office of the Printers' League. '
.n the Flat iron Building, it was de
.ared that the situation remains un
inged. but the employers were cp i
mistic of a movement toward a set?
tlement within the next few days. Toe
seventy magazines which have left
own, it was declared, and are now
being issued in other cities, will get
heir Christmas numbers out on time,
..lar. y mag ?zincs however, which have
.ot been able to make printing arrange
tents elsewhere may have to forego
heir Christmas numbers unless a set
ement of the controver y is effected
vithin the next few days. The "Ar?
gosy" and "All-Story" magazines, both
lunsey publications, made their ap
.arance on the stands yesterday.
II i Iff
Bank as Executor
ft would seem to be the most natural
orld for a man to make
ml with which he has hr.ci confi?
dential business relations for mam
years, the executor of his will.
Many of our customers have done this,
ig that the interests of their heirs
he as safe in our hand? as their
financia! affairs have been. Sixty
tears' experience < ught to count
Broadway and Havemeyer Sta>
BROOKLYN. N. Y.
== REAL =3
__ SP?CIAL NOTICE
k MALTED W?LK
Mveitf Imitation? ant. Su???!????:
For Two Days Only
Wavy Switches and Transforma?
tions at $5.95
The naturally wavy ?switches are of de
sirable length and thickness, and the
transformations may be worn inside or
outside your own hair. Third Floor.
In the Heart of New York?Direct by Subway, Tube and "LM
at 34th Street
Men's Beacon Blanket
Bath Robes at $6.95
Now very scarce, and worth in today's
market even more than we are asking re?
tail. Coat model, with shawl collar, and
corded edges. Fifth Floor*
RICH FUR HATS
Are Featured Today and Saturday in a Special Presentation of
?"the best values in trimmed millinery ever presented in America*"
"Hats of Fur," says Paris, "for M id-Win ter." And so we have assembled
for today and Saturday over five hundred of the most charming Fur Hats ever
seen at moderate cost. Our Wonder Hats are always superior to any other
hats at this price, but'for this special display we have surpassed all previous
efforts. Included are:
Hats of Seal-, INutria-, and Mole-Dyed Coney
tastefully combined Duvetyne Cloth, Panne Velvet, Satin, or Gold and Silver
Brocade, with embroidery, ribbon rosettes, or metal ornaments for embel?
lishment. Wonderful values! Four styles pictured.
<><;o Misses rur-Loilared Loats
In a Very Important Sale Today and Saturday
(oats that at once reveal themselves to be of a very superior order in ma?
teria] and making. Coats Hurl are superior in every detail to any before
offered at this low price. Fashioned of Wool Velour, Silvertone and
Heather Mixtures, with large muffler or shawl collars of Seal Fur or seli'
material. Two styles as pictured. S izes 11 to 18 years.
A Very Special Purchase Brings?
es9 Smart Street Frocks
That Sell Regularly at $39.50 and $45
Youthful afternoon and street frocks, in Basque, straight line and
winsome coatee effects, trimmed with Silk Braid, pinch tucks or
silk ostrich. Handsomely developed in Velveteen, Satin or fine
quality Tricotine in all leading shades. ?Sizes 14 to IS years.
Two stifles pictured.
Reduced for Prompt Dis portal
isses- Fur-Trimmed Winter Suits
Regularly $69.50 to $89.50, Today and Saturday
Such values are rare, and should prompt immediate action. The styles are in
simple tailleur, belted and semi-belted effects, developed with exceptional
skill in the materials of the hour?Duvet de Laine, Suedine, ?Silvertone, Wool
Velour, Tweeds and Oxford Cloth, silk lined and warmly interlined.
We have made unusual preparations to hold
Today and Saturday a Most Impressive
ale of Women's Beautiful
Fur Fabric Coats
in handsome sports and full length modeh
luxuriously trimmed with furs
Priced Remarkably Low
CiXCK we perfected our plans for this important event, prices of material
and labor have risen considerably. According to our usual policy we are
turning the advantage effected over to our clientele?an advantage which
means to you a very substantial saving on any coat you may choose to select
at these prices.
A wonderful collection of belted and loose ripple coats, fashioned of Salt's
Peco Plush or Arcadian Lamb, fully lined and interlined. Sizes 34 to 48.
A Very extensive assortment of smart Winter Coats, fashioned of Baffin Seal, Salt's
Peco Plush, and Arcadian Lamb, with large shawl collars of Skunk-opossum fur
or self fabric. Sports and full length models, full lined and warmly interlined.
Sizes 34 to 48.
Handsome Coats of Baffin Seal, Ungava Seal, Beaver Cloth, Salt's Silk Plush, and
Arcadian Lamb, in Trotteur and full length models, luxuriously trimmed with the
most wanted furs. Beautifully lined and warmly interlined. Sizes 34 to 48.
AlSO?At $75 tO $350?The largest collection of Fur Fabric
Coats anywhere assembled, lavishly trimmed with Beaver, Taupe Nutria.
Australian Opossum, Natural Raccoon, Skunk, Skunk Opossum, Taupe
Wolf and Maizon Wolf. Fourth Floor.
On Sale Today and Saturday
1,500 Rhinestone Set Sterling
er Bracelets at $5.75
Splendid for gift purposes, and most reasonably
priced. Flexible style, made of sterling silver, set with
rhinestones, amethysts or sapphires alternated with
Women's 14* Karat Gold
Ribbon-Style Bracelet Watches
Today at $32.50
New Octagon mode!?as pictured?fitted
with 15 jeweled movement that will keep per?
fect time. Choice of gold or silver dials.
Men's Gold Inlaid Sterling Silver
Buckle Belts, $5
Nothing like them in New
York. Artistic, yet very prac?
tical, and very appropriate for
gift purpose-. The belt itself is
of genuine leather, and may be
had in Black or Tan.
Jewelry Dept., Main Floor.
2,000 Pairs Women's
Wool Sport Hose
In an Important Sale
The finest hose anywhere obtainable, and the
best values we have'been able to offer for some
time. Suitable for general wear, and for sports
purposes. Obtainable in
Brown, Grey, Green, and Blue
Mixtures. All sizes. Main Floor*
Today and Saturday Only?
Chiffon Velvet Bags
Reproductions of costly imported
\ Dutch Silver Frame Bags, and hand
' engraved sterling silver frame bags
with full pouch of fine quality chiffon
velvet. Lined with shot silk, and fitted
with purse and mirror. To be had in
Broten. Taupe and Black.