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THE SUN. SUNDAY. JANUARY 1, 1911.
ROBIN GETTING OYER POISON
IK, Austin, thou Kocelvrr 6f Taxc. wroto
to tho Comptroller on Jaiumrv 2(i lad
liylng tbut tlmTwenty-third Ward Hank,
TIME RIDDLES WOMAN'S WILL
Til silllllll'. Tit U'I7f.Viwny from tno
itr.ri'.ix i:n s n xxns
thon tho local dermMtory. wiw too far I
nwiiv from tno Hronx lioroilKii oinr
ititid Hiicire'Btcd thut t'lthor Uih Northi-rn
lluuk or thn Itroux Horoueh Batik In hiiI)-
onirol xo mints i:isr irnn x r he
mils. si;n:irs i'.stxti:.
It Ma) Take Ttirro Month to Oar I
tlio Northern HankN AtTnlr Hhnt
PrPtiilPrt;at TtioiiRht l.nt Mnrrli-- .
Jatlnm llniik'a ,ftalr l,r 'nmilp. '
Joprph fi Itobin, thi chock kltiiiK
bankor, who took misoti and told about 1
It when about to bn arraigned in i-outt
on an indictment for robbing thn Wash
ington Savings Itank of t0Kl, hud rocov
(rod fufflcictitly ywtrrday to rwivo
visitor In thf prison ward at HHIovuo
tfo.nltul. Itobin. aocordlne to his tatc-
mrnt. took twelve t' pmln pills of hyos
ioi.i.wi: i on imoxmxxx.
xtnM'r Sn) i He's Sntod Mnno' to "Itppalr
Hip I'aulti of I'reilpppor"."
Park Commissioner .Stover said yes
terday that ho had been unjustly oritl
o vw for not planting tiees and shrubbery
on the Hroadway parkway between Six
tieth and 1 tot ti streets. The fault, ho
s.itd, lay with his predi-ees-ors ,
He averred that befoie he entered the
Park Department contracts were made
Iter Ouushter Siirtltix. tiul MIIiihkIi
r,ertimly I'.No I Dead she Tan t'so
(Inly tlie Income -i:nlc, She MnrrIM
and Uintlilhlren taU' lpt Ito'liltir.
Mrs (leorgiiina II. Sailer of .V.'l) West
I i"th stieet is the sole heir at law of her
mother Margaret Ann Harrison, who
died in lk!. leaving ah osUte now worth
oer $I2."i.ixi, but because of the provi
sion of hr mother's will the Alipellato
Division of the Hupicme Court docided
yesterdav that she cannot take the
nrine of t H esiaie. .irs D.iuer is a
to restore thn nlots over the silbwav
i . . .... .. . . ' . . i i i ..i.ii.ii i
I.I. I . .. !.... Inli.-n in (. L.niii ii vnilu l u n I'M lll.im i.vnui- nilltm. '.I M hi- ..... ...... . ... , ..
,rTiL f, .l,nfri,lnls Court Itnildlng the tunnel was dug, but there was nothing she should marry again and leave Issue
on I-ridav ll'e told Dr Austin Hint. , "'"" 'nlraets calling for the planting
Uv hi fAiifi-fL thit ihth, nut nun mi umir-i-iii nn wimn
Hill Mho lint Ills fts.nou the Courts lUtti
I Vet In Determine.
Former City Mftglstrate K, (iaston
, Itlgglnbotlmm of Brooklyn was one of
I the committee on organization of the
Internr.tlonal Trust Company, tho (low
concern that got Into troublo In the pnnlo
of 1007, r.nd as a niembor of (ho com
tnlttco he paid $5,X) for twenty-five
Micron of Mock. He mied tho company
to got tho money beck, declaring tliat his
nr.mo did not appear cmong natnoa of
stockholder) p.t (lie flrM meoting of t e
llre(!tors, when It, wr.i certltled that h
capital win nil paid, r.nd for that roawtfi
It wi'.i to bo presumed that the stock
was oversubscribed r.nd his money nover
went Into stock.
Tho lower court riismlssiW Higgln-
botham's milt on the ground that. .the
money was paid to Howard Maxwell,
the President of the Borough Bank of
Brooklyn and of tho trust company, who
oommlttpd suicide, and that .Maxwell
deposited It with other money in the
iiorougn Hank to cover up money taken
from that institution,
Mr Stover s-iys he is being abused by
Above Itoth street Commissioner Stover
viuen lor mat purpose m tlie annual ap-
he was dving. but th doctors pumpe.l
him out and sent him to Itellevue in
tulil. Mn.1 nwlitlnn
Dr Oreaorr. who h'is clMrae of th rJ"'n JiV?"."!. rT!'" i":".1.1.
prison and pchopathlc wards at I eile- pmpdati,,,, 'I'liere was no appropriation
iup, ssin yrsieruay iimi uwuiu ,.". j ior me parKway peiow iioiu srreei, mil
able to appear in court on Tucsdav unless the Commii-rtiotier said he hod been able
unforeseen complications et in. The lp save some monov from the appropral-
, .. , .,i,' 1 1, ,,ir,,n,l nnllce. t'011 and had for shrubbery for that
prisoner is watched bra uniformed polite- f(, park ,,0 h(l( lV(M, tm
man and a trained nurse in ,inother direction and was going to
Mobin was visited at "0 o'clock by his ; mP this in planri'ng,trpes in parks whero
sister. Dr t.ouiso Ko'iinivit-ih. and Isidir dead timticr hiid been cut out and would
Kresot. who t v.o.-laleil with
lerome in the defence Dr (iregory
her chlldien will get the money
wio It will go to the State.
Mrs llarrion mado her will In IR7fl, In
which nhe put Iter property In tnist with
the provision that her daughter and
Mi Salter's daughter. Florence May.
should have the income during Mrs.
Salter'n lifetime The principal of the
estate was to go to l'lorence May after
her mother's death and after she was 21.
In case of l'lorence May's death the
principal was to go to her Issue, or falling
such issue to the heirs at law of tho
testatrix. Florence May died In 1S3U.
Harrison was ineompeiem ior some
T also put trees on Hroadway between Sir- ' )0roro ,pr death, so
, Itietl. nnd tioth stn-ets. flu-se trees will -S'h" will In 'he
J. Iirt ulK'tip nnrl uiifrnr miitilij ! . ... 1..
that she nover
bp Norway sliver and sugar maples. llfrrison's iieirs at law except Mrs.
American ash, planes, purple and silver s,,ipr lmve dlivl
beech and gum The work will be started ,n lu.,.ounting or the trust esUto in
in early spring. , )(s(s half the monev In the trustee's hands.
"I will have the Broadway parkway ll0 hllf limotinllng to -.n,or, was turtifHl
completely rehabilitated before the sum- to Mrs Salter bv the Court, and she
I.., ii "ii. .iinv.il uyiii-i t w ., ,.(,ii,M.ip,i i i(. income on win
..!. ... . ...woi,... ..r Hi.t nnllrp trust.
vrsterday M couldn't alTonl to repair ' , Krnllll(i that because she Is
tho Mill s or my pre.lecwsors.out of my 'p ! 0nlv Vcir at law she is entitled to tho
appropnrtion until I could see at the end ' ' ' , ' i "
or the year just how the department rt , ,",(.0 M11Ior, w,o wrote the Appellate
finances stood I he appearance of the ....'..',' : ,. ,i,.,.l,liiin unalnsl Mrs.
Hroadway parkway iiistitles criticism, 1",...- . nmlniilitMl Inten-
, 1.1,. ..-mii-l. rwf n -.7
Hon of the testatrix to suspend me vcsi-
wns present at the interview Mr Kresel
had a long Ulk with Itobin
Acting District Attorney N'ott w.is not
in communication with tlie hospital
yesterdav He slid thit whn Itobin
was MinuMcmiy mm, iiv "' man it was lieforo me suliway construe- . atp She brought the present
Itllllll.Vlllllll' HJHii'f inn. in i .' ...in i.,-,.,v,i. ii. ..ii-..iiiii.,iniiiiic;i n.n.
authorities would then notify the District
Attorne 'f Itobin shoulil be lit to leao
thp hospital bv Mondnv he might be taken
before ,i (leneral Sessions Judge in cham
his and admitted to bail As Monday
if a court holiday lie cannot be arraigned
Itobin s South Shore Traction Coni
punV. fne or III" many concerns or which
h" was tlie moving spirit, went into the
hinds of a receiver yetlerdi uu 1 -r an
onler sicnel bv .lildge Clntlleld or t'i
UmtWl S. ites Circuit Court, sitting, in
liiooklyn Judge Clmfield signed III"
order on a mil of complaint (ilt-d on I'l n'.'iv
by Paul T Brady, one of the stoi-knolders,
who lives in New Jersey. .Mr Itr.iily
and Wiltard V King were appointed
but I am'tiot to bluine''
lug of the remainder until after her daugh
ter (team. , .,, , ,
"We cannot remake the will simply
because May Florence happened to dio
before her mother, or because it is rea
sonably certi'.in that the plaintiff. will not
leave Issue, wild me i oun.
Division ordered a new trial yesterday,
tho majority onlnlon str.tini? that Maxwell
took tho money from the Borough Bank
in me nrst place to pay ins sunscripiion
for trust company stock and that tho
trust company got tho benefit of Hi
ginbothjun's money anyhow.
Presiding Justice tngraham, who wrote
a dissenting opinion, In whleh Justice
Scott concurred, said that the trust com
pany nover got a dollar of Hlgglnbotham's
money and reaped no benefit from it.
Thut Maxweir swindled Higglnbotham
may be conceded, says Justice Ingraham,
but for his embezzlements and fraud
tho trust company is not responsible.
William V l.omux owns iwi shares, I heo
dore Warner 140. Frederick K Morris
and J T Sood, the latter tlie piw idem
ot the company, one share eaeli. and
Arthur C Hume, swretary of the co-n-panv,
ono slmio Mr Hume, represent
ing I lie Ci'!11JUy t vTJIli-i-iilW, m in- ,h'"j.i.i
mcni. oi receiven- nn iin
4'hnnsp In 4'atliollc PnrMici. -
lliliop McDonnell of the Brooklyn
diocc-se has promoted the Hov John .M
, Kiely. who was rector of St. Anil's Itoinan
I'atlnlic Church ot Brentwood .'to the
' reftorshlri or tho Church of the Blesseil ' she is the solo npxt of kin, but surely her
I sacrament, at t iillon street and Kuclid moiii.-r uiu nm uimn . " "':"' ""
avenue. Brooklyn Father Kiely suc.H.s , J&hftr to-Ufo. J
the l!ev hather McCoy, deceased , pxistlng tho testatrix would have me.de
The liev 1eo Walsh, assistant rector a dif.crent will, We cannot supply that
'of the liomati Catholic Church of St. ' omission. "
jUwrence at Sayville. I I., has i'cn I diaries H. Vtt. who was counsel
ior in' iicn.mi.fcin t iii-,,,. ....
trustee of the estate, said at the trial
of the action that "as far as justice is
concerned, and the rights or people,
the plaintiff should Iiavm been her moth
er's sole legatee, but her mother in her
will did not so write her."
In addition to over $o,(X) worth of
personal property the estate consists
of the real property at 519 West H7th
stre't. 10 Catherino"slip and 125 Fourth
avenue The estato has an offer of 137,
WO fur the Catherine slip property.
i ivpivers under bond of tiri.unu each
report mi tile with the ITMilic -Service vransrerred ny iiisnop Mclfonncll to, tho
Commis ion shows that of ."i.li'.M outstand- ! assistant reel irshi or the Church or St
mg shires of tliecomp.uivr.iilfll are owmxi .rj'".,:"ln- ' "l':.,h,'l,n'
. . ... ' ,i' ......a.-noitn,, f tattler Mclventia, who at the recent
by the Haihoad I wet Ion ( i stri c ion vim was mil( hUrH.n.lsor of H(.hoos
Company, which is controlled liv llotiin , Tii.. Itev I'imiicm Copplnger has been
1 transferred irom me tiurcn or ht. untiar
! at Bath He.u-h. wheie lio was mi assistant
i-ompany wasn t noting m good laim
Bortiugh President dresser of Queens siio
ceedca in getting the matter put off for
Initio Dtinerst.iid borore Judge Chat field
-it is'H't foith that the Railroad Traction i
Construction Company is without funds i
to continue construction work and that
the Edison Company has threatened to
prie.it, to Hub cross Church in Kbit bush.
of which the liev John T. Woods Is the
rector. Father Coppinger takes the place
or the Itev James ltrodderick, who h.w
retnined to Ireland .
protection I in- ih'J .'''''"" W "P ""J"1 mini n.e. After IIpI.k: Huh Down In Auto.
uu ecior'iii ine ieire.ii.-i lur myoieu move- , ' '
Kight year-old Myrtle Vennerman of
340 Warren street, Newark, who was run
down by an automobile In front of her
home on Friday night, died yesterday in
the City Hospital. Herman Zimmerman
of 41 Crawford street, the chauffeur, was
arrested and released in tl.dou bail on a
charge of manslaughter.
.r ma nrnkii mil nrici hi k ihiiiiith ,
n-t. L -...i. i... n'..,..En.. l..i.m,. I.n ' nu.nt ill t liii ltrininii Pnthnlip flmrrili
l lie rHUHII OIIIJII.- 1 I.H.IIUH ini.; ,m- -- ; ...........
a franchise to operate a trolley line across has announced the winter retreat sched
th" Qiieenloro Bridge and to Jamaica Ule 'I he retieats take place in the
'I he only part of the line in operation Is Jesuit villa at South Norwulk. Conn
that over the bridge Uist Thursday The (Irst winter retreat will begin on
President Mitchel or the Board or Alder-' January n. and other retreats will tako
men wanted the Board or Kstimate to can-' place on January W, February 3 and 17.
col tho rranchise on the ground that the i .March 3 nnd l. April 7 and 21, May
nnd Id and June ?
cut off the power If this was done, says
the complaint, the earnings of the
panv Troni its trolley line over the O
liro Bridge, which have leen $.j7.ihi a
nany rrom its trolley line over the Queens-1
ear, would stop
From information leceived yesterday
it is thought that Itobin's traction and ,
real estate schemes ate up the money he
s Hocused of stealing
A man in a position to know siid that
it oost lioiun close to il(K),iM a year to
c.irrv IiIh red estate holdings alt n It
Wiislearne I that Itobin had neen i educing
his loans at the Noithsrn Bank under
ordcis from tlie Banking Department and
had not Iicpii allowed to tajieout new loans
there As to conditions at the Northern
It is said that the Banking Department
will not be in a iiositlon to make any defi
nite announcement for three months,
since it i.i necessary to advertise for claims
which may be tiled during tint period
I'onditioin at the Washington Savings
B4nk are not mi complex and it is under
stood thit the BankingDepartment hopes
to Iw Hble to say how matters stand there
by the end of this week No statement
could bo obtained yesterday of the de
positors' chance o" getting their money
Supt Cheney of the Hanking Dijiati
mem will apply to the com is for per
mission to re, urn the so-ca'lcd sptfi.il
deposits thai Is money which put
in o '.he Northern anil ashington banks
i.'fter banking hours on Christines eve
'iy trprlesmen or .he nciglilHrh 'od who
wanted in ba-ik their heavy returns trom
ep isl s were I
ine uoiidav trace. I peso
not en, "red on the books, Tnev include
no.lHUi nf the ciiy's money, wliicli was
r p)'i t-1 in llie Northern on Suiinlay
r.f ei banking hours by the Iteomver or
Taxet of The Bronx. Detiuty City Cham
berlain Welsh has already oonfened
with i he Coipor.Kinil Counsel as io the
p 'ssihlii y or recoM-riiig ibis money.
Mr, WaVh dtaclaims npiiisilnliiy for
the deponing of s.o.otiii in iie Northern
last s'iin'uy after his action of the
day before m withdrawing Mn.noo of
th ebys funds He sai.l ihat the bank
WrtH a regular depository for taxes col
lected by the Water Register's Bureau
and the Bureau for ihe Collection or
Arrears p.nd Assessments, tun! thai wh"ii
lie withdrew PI'uhki i'l Comptroller Prcn
t'pfgasi's siiggesiiou tlie Comptroller
assured him .lir die bank wns all i igln .
"H Mr Pretidetgasi knew at the time,
that the bank was not on a substantial
basis it seems to me he should )ihh in.
rormed me of the fact and then Meps
foukl have been taken not to deposit the
'n,0tKI." :iitl Mr W.t'sh.
Comptroller Prendergost, however,
maintains tint lie told Chamberlain
Hyde as long ago es last March that
it would be wi-e to get ihe city's money
out or tlie Northern but that Mr. Hydo
wouldn't lake his ndviie
The Comptroller is a member or tho
board that appoints thedeositiiry banks
for the el y's money anil that mav change
l hem ut any lime.
Supreme Court Justice Page signed
yesterday an order permitting tlie Super
mlrndeni of Insurance to lriitdiito the
Title and (iuaraiuen Company id' IWIi
ester. which is owned by the .V'.ina In
deinntrv ompany and got into tl.e linnil
of Josenh fi Hobin lust Marcli, when he
look all the company's got d assets in
ruchiWKP for securities of his own eon-
in epplying for permission to Ikiuldnto
the company Sup) Hotch'iiss snitl Hut
tno compan has been dormant and that
tho recent examination disclosed thai It
was for Ihe bent inleiest or its stock
holders to liquidate Thn dliectors
delegated George M Mackcllar of Uixnw,
Mackellar A- Wells to appear befoie
Justice Page and consent to the otder
Mr Walsh says that the Comptroller
on Monday nignt expressed great sur
Driso at heariuc from him bv telenhone
that the bank would close its doors next !
cay. lt fpoms to mo, therefore, says
Mr Walsh, "that so far from Mr Premier,
(ast having advised mo of thn closing of
the bank it was 1 who advised him " The
Chamberlain, says Mr Walsh, never made
a depohit of his own motion in this bank
Tho deposits were mado solely by up.
poutv ot io" touiii.ioiit?i , itiitj ine u.init
wns selected a a depository after Paid
Begins Tuesday, Jan. 3d, its
Presenting Magnificent Stocks
Fully $250,000 Worth
At Prices Reduced 10 to 50 per cent.
Practically Every Piece Reduced.
The Exceptions Beirv.15 Insignificant.
Free Deliveries Everywhere in Jersey.
THE, ADVANTAGES now being prcsnled at our
ttock-rrJucing sale previous to inventory, apply to all
lines of Furniture Bedroom, Dining Room and Library
Suites, as well ? to single pxcts of every descriplion.
Those who find in these "mark-downs" juil what they
want, will effect material saving from regular prices.
PININ'd HOOM .SflTI'H, .1 plfci-h. Inrluillne sltlrlsiarrt. M
Uilile nnd nliltu t itiw't fonnrrl) VM now
l I R( ASSIAN AI.M'T IlI'llllOOM HI" I't l"S, 7 flct f. Ini'liulK
wlilt' hiil. Iiutrnu. ihllliinli'r, rtir it. ilrctr thslr unci
riM-urr, formerly 875 now
I.IIIIIAH Siri'. a plrtr, rloiir nntl trlwt tncrlnir.
lin ker unit nrm t hli, toriiH rly liu
R. J. HORNER & CO.
Furniture MaKcrsanri Importers
W. 23d St.-61-63-65
W. 24th SI.-36-38-40
Announce for Tuesday, January 3d
A Clearing Sale of
Ta9 Sored Suits and Street Dresses
At Less Than One-Half Former Prices
of Serges and Broadcloths, at 12.50, 19.50
Heretofore from $32.50 to 45.00
of Velvets, Rough Mixtures and Broadcloths, 24.50, 29.50
Heretofore from $50.00 to 59.50
of Silks and Plain Serges, at $9.50, 14.75
Heretofore from $24.50 to 32.50
of Plain and Corduroy Velvets,
Veilings and Crepe de Chines, at '21.50,28.75
Heretofore from $35.00 to 69.50
Extraordinary Values in
Women's Outer Garments
Cloth Paletots, of the most
desirable materials, '10.50, 12,50, 14.50, 16.50, 24.50
Heretofore $15.50 to 39.50
in a variety of colorings, at $22.50, 2U.50, 35.00
Heretofore $38.00 to 59.50
Long Coats, of Velour,
trimmed with braid, at $28.50, 34.50, 45.00
Heretofore $39.50 to 59.50
And the remainder of
HIGH COST IMPORTED WRAPS AND COATS
At Corresponding Reductions
Imported and Domestic
Fur Garments and Furs
including the following High Cost Model Garments
Greatly Reduced Prices
Woman's Mink Coat, 52 inches long,
Ermine Coat, 52 inches long, f
Alaska Seal Coat, 52 inches long,
Broadtail Persian Coat, 52 inches long,
of Baby Caracul, at '210.00 to 485.00
Heretofore $325.00 to 695.00
at '250.00 to 375.00
Heretofore $350.00 to 495.00
French Seal Coats,
with collar and cuffs of contrasting furs, at ' 1 10.00
French Seal Coats. at '75.00, 89.50
Heretofore $95.00 to 125.00
Moire Pony Coats. at '42.00, 53.50, 82.50
Heretofore $59.50 to 115.00
Women's Black Cloth Coats,
squirrel lined, with skunk dyed opossum cottar, '28.50
Heretofore $35.00 t
Men's Black Cloth Coats.
natural muskrat lined, witn
Persian collar of solid skins,
Heretofore $59.50 ana 85.00
Muffs and Scarfs
Black and Blue1 Wolf,
Pointed Sitka Fox,
NoveJty Fur Sets
in Russian and Hudson Bay Sable, Ermine, Cross Fox,
Fitch, Natural, Blue and Taupe Color Fox and Mole,
I At Proportionate Reductions
West 23d and 22d Streets
wlil hold Tuesday, January 3d,
On the Second Floor of the New Building
Their January Saie of
Women's Musi3n Underwear
At Extremely Low Prices
of selected materials, Hand Embroidered Yokes, trimmed with Tor
chon and Valenciennes.Laccs, Hamburg Embroideries and Ribbons.
55c, 69c, 89c, $1.10, 1.25 to 2.95
In the Newest Models and perfect fitting, made of Allover Em
broidery, Batiste and Nainsook, trimmed with Embroidery,
Valenciennes Laces and Insertions,
$ 1.115, 1.29, 1.45, 1.65 to 2.89
made of fine Nainsook, with plain and trimmed Ruffles, also Mar
guerites with Ribbon through Waist Line,
at 98C,.$L15, 1.65 & 2.10
of Nainsook, Lonsdale, Cambric and Muslin, trimmed with Embroi
deries, Lace Edges, Insertions and Ribbons,
39c, 50c, 65c, 85c, 98c, $ 1.1 5 to 1.85
of Cambric and Nainsook, Fitted and Full Models, trimmed with
Hamburg Embroidery and Valenciennes Laces,
43c, 59c, 7SC, 90c, $1.15 & 1.29
With Fitted Tops, Deep Embroidered Flounces, trimmed with Cluny,
Torchon and Valenciennes Lace Edges and Insertions,
90c, $1.10, 1.35, 1.50, 1.85 to 3.45
West 23d and.22d Streets
will offer Tuesday,
a large collection of very desirable
Imported Colored Dress Goods
in All Wool and Silk and Wool, also Plain and
A 41m Pvrpninrml PrlrP nf 24 "2C.
Value from SI. 65 to 3.95 Yard .
Annual Offering of
Household & Decorative Linens
Tuesday, January 3d
Unusually large assortments of the most desirable class of
Linens from the leading manufacturers of Europe,
will be placed on sale at
25 to 50 Below Actual Values
at '1.65, 2.25, 2.95
" 2.65, 3.38, 4.45
" 2.60, 2.95, 3.85
Doz. '1.65, 2.50, 3.85, 4.50
Damask Table Cloths. Scalloped, 2.75, 2.95, 3.50, 4.50
Napkins, Scalloped, to match. Doz. 5.25, 6.25, 7.50
Irish Satin Damask Table Linen,
2 x2 yards,
Satin 2 x2K "
Damask ' 2 x3
Napkins, to match,
full bleached, heavy weight,
Linen Pillow Cases,
. t- ( Hemmed,
Huck Towels j Hemst,d or Scallopedf
Turkish Bath Towels, Hemmed,
Bed Spreads j
t Satin Finish,
Yard 75c, 88c, 9Sc
Pair 3.25, 4.10, 4.90, 6.00
" 4.50, 5.50, 7.25, 9.00
Pair 85c, 1.00, 1.50, 1.75
1.25, 1.50, 1.65, 1.85
" 1.25, 1.75, 1.95, 2.20
Doz. 1.45, 1.95, 2.75
" 2.90, 4.00, 5.25
" 2.95, 4.50, 5.25
at 95c, 1.25, 1.75
" 2.45, 2.75, 3.40
English Printed Bed Spreads,
French Lace Trimmed and Embroidered
At Abou t One-Half Former Prices
West 23d and 22d Streets
ttlh Simdi, Ewniiia
Jf. and .ubicilB
flwra Mi be l.t at
mm fliiv T
M Dior Mtcd H
. ork '"r
wU Street Men may
it the Wall St. eftlce.
?S Broart St, Tfle
JboneJWBf&mao. Mth St. an 1
Ceorgo It AU'Qiu.
tho. 405 TrlHune
a roo Icl yn 1
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