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In Cold to Get
o'Gock in Morning See*
Last?Minui?* Mm in line
Ipffeiaf for 1923 Plate?
Can Mu?! Hav?*To-niorrt?H
Thousands Are Too Late
Pulir? Reserve? Called (hit
\? hi-n I niipi r?. Are Lout
.nul Windo***. (?la** Break*
At ? o <rday njoniinf
"?.cura? batan to appear a*?
?? motor \
>i_ty-nfth Street and Broad
??**. By 1 o'clock a tboaaand appll
lined up on th? ley pavement, in
-eatinf weather, in a doubla col- |
tamn blockt long. They wer. tb. pro
-i. who bad
i till tb. latt cold tnornibf to ge\
C'2> Hcenee platen which they
? got at any timo after No
r.rka who tesrcheil the neighborhood
*i to burn. Every a?h ean
??a requisitioned and
aa an outdoor
were r.laeed at c tha
? * d to
I at ten certa a
lenp.ru Ix>.t; Police Called
? ach eppli
ite, but aa
? I rloiad
? Ml ?he Mni..'1-i.' Fanlt
ed that tha
?e would not projren
Tr-^it?*- 1*4 *t
??fluf? r*'?? ?r.rn tlrmitn w-*t*" a m*v
??tv f.brk. or ola?, tailor**
? a four a ???'jr? Brla? 4* rnpli rmpr
?ampia of etotk W. ?ami ?-Ail
n ?r to. ?tax. ? ??* ;,io. H*t*t*m*tm
r?.i-??4??? ?. . - i f _
WW. -ttW m*ramm,YmsskCm*r
; *- mm am. ***
Jforcst ?)ills Jnn
OIIHI'O ?I AN
Miami', tine,i and ?oat
aodera bm? I
taodaliou? fui BO pieata.
Opeo No?. .0 to May 1
n i? m i i ? -i mi i.?
H AR I l'f
a _M |
??' M* Pu .... k r,f'am Md
M III Ir-llS UM
ULI* "A w im i LM \i i
*ea ??meriamen; Stamr? 13 to I
Battle Over Coue Visit Waxes
Day by Day Hotter and Hotter
1 Vachrr of Auto-Suggesiion. Due in (j1> Tlii- \\ eck-,
Face? Hostility of Mtdiral Mm: Dr. Cowles
(liampion?* Savant. Urging Fair Hearing for Him
When W. Emile Cone aupa aah
< r* libre he will f
' the target o? many faetloni
A New York body of medical n
rrady have warned th. public agaii
Church pointed out the d.fferenee 1
tween Hi doctrine? ar,d i oueum. <
-er hand, epoeialiata
M regard hl? riait *
natured tolerance. t at lei
iocui attention on t?*
and may cante ?orne phyeic'r
tfcet ?undry ailment, no? kt ?
treated with phyeleal measure? ha
I?r. Edward S. Cowle?, p****tagoni?t
a hoapital where clergymen and phyi
ciana will labor togrtner tc
enttre man. aald yenterday '.
propoa.d hoeptUl were r<
? -old be one of the Am "ret
er?" h? wquld. Inyiu* V> operate ur.di
hit roof. Dl
| ???m?? M '??* I *"?aiing ?I
pointed by. the EpUrpci.
eon.ention in Portland. Ore Hll be
nital p'ane are well under way noi
. on i? cor.;
intend? * I I manner
to d?montr?t?* their powei
proper auj. *rri?ion.
Be?. No Peril In Vl.lt
"I can aee nothing dangerr
tait to America, and much tha
' he aaid yeaterday a*
6!'l Par? At.
.? r.L -
not true that *
i (ta inftoene* o**e? the bixiy
.1 tusk aa, r.uch illneai that
? from the mind nr.rl tl
a? there is phyiical i ? 1 n ? * ? pr'
"Ii it not true that the roetficu
fesaion hai ?een the patient
lively ?I a phy?
people to ?
ell aa a pl
- well known for
to a few -
.?tahlithed. but the great
, 'ople know I i.hout
who have conde- i
?lla-rnc?!?, a? I uB<1*r.<-tand ?t. ar.d tl
quirkrr thr m?.'.
peopl? in general realiie that thr d?.
?t>r it will he tot all roi
?ferner)." continued I ?r I
w? not make piar- .?xtr?*r?v.
our narran? ??
the grain or'
find It and get away frai
re study of 'an, mrr,
at 142 Madiion A ? !?jr ?a:
taftal fell 'hurrh doe? nf>t
nfu?ion O? rti
"Th? tear^o-r- and practie? oi
?it? : -i by at.
? rhe? that
a d divine.
I hurrh'a H-.: trine ( ontra?ted
aa 1? th? ea?e *??
vtdual morally and ?| I
?ugg-fiti*.?* and hjrpn?u.c motho?.
. hralinsr have i
?ok nverelr to phy?lr?l
tenneM Maman will be!
I e?-ra11?d m?t?n?1 sen*e?, and It?
i? to b? r?.ndeni' ng th?
that h? 'a??-? hi? pat)
? iibs.nflrnt ?akin?
t? a Tribune
. b? aaidi "My ?a?t:
oth?r? tn that I d?
- rara depend
.' ???or? thrn "
i; that I da nut ?ik '
faith but for a h?.i?f, drWmined
????nation ?hat I g-tr? and
I cause; ?
r aalr imaginai
i? only a tr
.ik? to this trill?; 1
Is when? otli
?n, the healer, i4 *?*??
' trrday that Judg
ehsne .?trat? his pa**
l onkrr- Spcedcf ****?
Win] Memory for Fin
N?.t I nlil Hr (i>l? Ninimoii
P?.?-? Hr Rctnrrnbrr ?10
0\rr?l?ir 1? 2 Month?
\?n N>?s Ulchard?. of ?:?? I.afayatt
?1? <B th
? ling twi
I " he forgol
and ? war
appear? Juflg.? Ro?cnwaaa?r,
all over n(r?in hi.H ??
after a ?I
In Building Trad?
I Inder New (lornpat
< out rar torn and W??rkr
?are*r on Wa|jc Scale ar
3 Olher laaues; Si\ti?
Morr To \>v Settled BoC
between employer? and wot
/? building 1
dj?try, a**t.r t?c*iving nut?y
. ?e.med to I
ay, wben the m
? rr.r.t m made thai the varloi
trad, aitoclation* of the building te?
tractor? and the building trader
ar. making rapid ?tridee In the ni
gotlatlon of twenty trade agreement?.
The?, would cover the entire in
?ry In N?? York, according I
?tlan O. Norman, chairman of th
i of governori of th. B'iildlni
Trade? Emp'oyera' Aa?o<*iation. th?
ral body, faat
been practically eon
"iar. ?aid, ami ..
may eir.pt for rat
rig Trade? Employer**' A?
?.ion and :rg Trade?
u all agreement*
for bricklayer?, eftgi
und S,'j a <U
many other trad??. He ?aid It v..
' i?* a-fro?
? wouM rnr.Mr .. th? ?Id wage
I, and predicted
?age and working ?ettlemc.it I
building indu?try u
il trade agT< - e now
? and tradr -?.?iviat:
?re now in rourae of nego'la- .
Lor. and four air???!? ha?? been ap '
prarad by the Baildlna; Trad?? Em
ployars' /?? *?? varlou? ???
?n? srlll proee?? wit?) j
?* the remaining agraa- )
a? rapid!/ s? p-??IM?, and w? ?tpcrt
ip ta? ?ntlre situation by
- agre?menta ?o far negotiatad
? ie th? old w?ge ??-?le?, and I
??Met that all will do the ?am?. I
re that all will b? compl?ta?! wlth
< ?as From Auto Fxhuiiat
Kills Man and Woman
l?rv Agrnt and (ximpanlon
\rr roiin?! loo Ijitr to H?r
\i\?* in frrnlon tiaragr
TRENTON. N. J, Drc. HO. Tarbon
? id? ga? poiioi ing was responsi?
ble for th? death A altar
a ? ?rent living
kg*? Aeenu?, and
?,!rs?or. of i.'*! Ea?t
Front ?tro??. who wore found ?t th?
f death In * commune**, garage
'?(.i -\ver,'.-, where
? - ?r.
William N. Hamtnor.d, of ?14
mere Avenue, who kept hla machina In
th? ?ame garage, found Neeley and
.u? in Neeley'?
car this morr.mg Th? police report
pla wer? driving last ?
and returning to the gsrag>* were
me he gas ? ? ? Th?
*i?e of a j to reviva
thern und I
?y waa a w!a|,>wer and a former
army o:>,rer. Mr? lile*??,,,
say, was separat- r hu?band.
fight j-?ara old and
ha-l three children.
Bandit* GfA $20,000 Pay Roll'
Company ar s,Q0Q ,
1 ?JO. 142 WEST 72nd STREET
January Clearance Sale
fcpnriinfr T^day, Jam '
ai exclusively icyfed, fine quality
COATS ? CAPES ? WRAPS
in trvery fashitmable pelt
bujii'iurd' Pria Ork^Mon,
FINAL CLEAR A I
CLOTH COAT> AND WRAPS I |
TTUMMED WITH QUALITY
ON VIEW TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
at the Galleries of
Fifth Avl Auction kooms k
333-341 Fourth Ave., Cor. 25th Street
An Unrestricted Public Sale bv Auction of
Home Furnishing? of Superior Excellence
THE PROPERTY OF FRANK H. BROOKS, ESQ.
and removed from hii residence, "Underclyffe," St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Comprising in part High Class Furniture. European Porcelains,
Carrara Marble Statuary, Bronzes, Brass Andirons. Fire S*
Oriental Rugs and Carpets, Engravings. Water Colors, Oriental
A Collection of Oil Painting?.
mplet by Schreyer, Edwin Lord Weeks. George I..
;y other artists of note.
"in IHIH-nu nUDAI l*4D KATI'mnAI
Wallace H. Day, Auctioneer
West Forcy-Second Street (tSetween )lh and 6th Avenues) West Forty-Third Street
For Immediate Clearance :
Women's Wraps and Coats
Taken From Our Regular Stock and Greatly Reduced
Women's Utility Coats
Excellent also for travel and sport wear.
Smartly tailored from plaids and tan mix?
tures. Sizes 34 to 46.
(Values up to $49.50)
Women's Coats?Of tahona.
lustrosa, and other soft bolivia wi
Most ot these arc richly trimmed with
fur. Sizes 34 to 54 ?.
(Values up to $135.00)
Women's Coats of fashona, broadcloth, lustrosa, and laurella.
Size? 34 to 54^.(Values up to $79.50)
Women's Evening Wraps ^,- *tioz
Our Entire Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices: ?!pO._) to ?|)_?_?_5
Chiffon velvets, tinsel brocades, and silver brocades?
lavishly trimmed with fur or with hand-shirrings
Women's Gowns for all occasions
wit Exceptional After-Christmas Reductions
(Former Values to $29.50)
(Former Values to $49.50)
(Former Values to $125.00)
(Former Values to $65.00)
AU this season s fabrics, all this season's colorings, and all this season's style
notes are included in this most remarkable assortment of gowns. For one can
select tailored models for shopping and street wear, soft crepes for afternoon.
gowns for evening.?every type of costume that is smartly correa for every
Winter occasion !
Offered also are other more expensive frocks at proportionate reductions.
W?*t 42nd St
[Wt?trtxn }th and 6th eAtxmm)
West 43rd St.
Annual January Sale of
Fur Coats and Wraps
?Gajr?j??Titsl o. the Vcrj Highest Qu?ilit>, All laken
IV?m'Oui Regular Stock and Dra.stically Rediued
hilfst o.itainahle quality- -.suit, i.istrous. ! exemplifying
.? workmanship skill?*?! to 'I" point an art. these Karmin* , d" ?n<ed along line- ?li-^tinctly and
??mai tl*. ol flii? s<.? ou
Hudson Seal Coats ?ye? i
Ma le of ver-v line skin?.; 40 i .-. (dollar and cuff?;
i.? natural ?quirrrl'or skunk.
Originally Priced at $395.00. cnc."
Hudson Seal Capes (dy?*dmml
?'? inches Urssj . liar
Originally Priced at vr.O.OO .?,. -
Hudson Seal Coats ?jtdmuskrat?.
Collar and cuffs of kolinsky, natural squirrel, and ftkunk.
? inches long.
Originally Priced at $450.00. ttZCk"
Reduced to 5>?!70
Hudson Seal Capesand Coats
1 mi.jskr.tl . I I from the fine., sele. ted skins
in the very newest models. 42 to 48 inches long. Trim?
med with monkey, kolinsky, ,ind skunk.
Originally Priced from $550.00 to 595.00.
Reduced to $475
mad? <^t sru-* led skin--.
New full lengtl, model with pointed sides and with chin
r of Hudson Ka*, sable.
Originally Priced at $3.950.00. ">o"n
Reduced to ?P?wV-DU
Broadtail Coat, full tag, ?
bcatitiful skin*-. Large chin collar and d?-ip ?uffs o?
Hudson Bay sable.
Originally Priced at $4.950.00.
Natural Mink Cape developed ?mm
the linest Eastern mink pelts. Full length, with ?
trimming of tails around the bottom.
Originally Priced at $3,950.00. t7*n*r\ers\
P luccd to *J>mtV50
Russian Ermine Cape, (oil length.
?h rolling collar. .Made of the linevt skin?
Originally Priced at $1.850.00. <*, m
Reduced to $lD50
Russian Ermine Cape, *????*?
model length with pointed side-.
Originally Priced at $1,575.00. .*, ??^
Reduced to tpI??jUU
American Ermine Cape made of
fmre whi;e skinr Trimm?*?^ with r"*'' *****
Originally Priced ;?t $1,500.00.
Black Caracul Coats and
Capes? The newest 47 and 48-inch model
with collars of skunk, viatka squirrel, an?! black fox.
Originally Priced at $325.00. *V)7*\
Reduced to $*'D
Black Caracul Coat. FullN*
ight-line model with collar and cuii? ol sab!?? frtd*.
Originally Priced at $475.00. ?To!,
Reduced to Vo00
Black Caracul Coat, ^ of-tar
tiful flat -kins. Full l??ngt.i model v ?th ?.??liai. v.uif??. ???
Irorder on panels r>f steel grey iox dyed wi
Originally Priced at $1,050.00. Cfi7?
Reduced to ^/0
Persian Lamb Coat *?*'Jc oi chok*
?kins, with skunk ?.ollar an. flare model, w
Originally Priced at $425.00. ??*?*.<?
Reduced to y?OO
Persian Lamb Coat frith kolinskv
collar. A 42-inch model with bishop sleeses.
Originally Priced at $525.00. tf ???
Reduced t?. VW
Mole Cape, fan length, with uupc ?o*
collar and facing?.
Originally Priced at $650.00. a? aftC
Reduced to -H"*
.?Mole Cape, **& ?nehc* long; uith Viatka
?Squirrel Collar and Cd
Originally Priced at $485.00 a*-t\tl
Reduced to 9?y*>