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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
GUNMEN AT THE TRIAL
Declares He Snw Gyp, Lefty,
Wliitey ntid Dhjto Frank
In Murder Car.
LAWYERS STILL L TANGLE
HcJntyre Hasn't Heard of Shay
In Hccker Appeal, lint
Thorna Coupo, the young KnulMiiimti
who wan working n night clerk ut tin
Elks Club limr tho hociio of tlio Hcentlial
murder ami later IUhI to Kttgltind, hits
boon added tii the witnesses who nro
tvtpoctixi to Identify thy four gunmen,
Gyp tho Mood. Whltpy I.tiwln, Duro Kranlt
and Iiofty lottle.
Shortly after Coupo camo bock from
r.i i i.. ijiut.i.it iiutrtot
Attorney Do Ford ho wai taken to tho
Criminal ConrtK RiiIMlng and was placed
noar n door leading to Justice GolT'n 1
court, it via Uarned yesterday. He could
aeo tho gunmen puling in and out during )
tho Heckor trial. According to ono who
li connected with tho prosecution ho
looked tho four over without their knowing
it and recognized them as the occupants
of the "murder car."
Coupe makes tho fourth witness who is
expected to ponitlvely identify the gun
men. Others who are prepared .o nwoar
that they tsaw pome or nil or the Tour
fire at Honenthal nro .Shapiro, driver of
the car; KtiuiNt, an Austrian engineer,
and Krause, aVvalter.
Becker'H chief counsel. John V. Mcln
tyre. returning to town last night after
a vacation that had begun when Becker
was sentenced, added still further to the
tangled state of uffairx concerning who
is and who is not representing Becker
on appeal. Mr. Mclntyre said lat night
that he did not know that Joseph A. Shny
had lieon retained in the case further
than what had apeared in the news
papers and what tho reporters told him
of Shay !eing retained,
Mr. Shay told a Sun reporter on Satur
day night that Mrs. Becker had been
in his ofllce Wednesday and had paid
him u retaining fee; that Mr. Mclntyre,
who han tho o dices adjoining, heard
Mrs. Becker had been in to sen Shay und
thereuHn hud asked Shay about It over
the telephone; that ho hud told Mcln
tyre such was the truth, and that Mc
lntyre had then asked Shay to talk things
over with him; and finally, ju.-t before
Mclntyre left town that Hhsy and Mc
lntyre had had u conference about the
main ointH of what they were to handle
"I don't -know that Mr. Shay i in the
case," tw'd Mr. Mclntyre last night, 'ex
cept that I Iiiito heard so In u genera,
way. N'o, 1 do not object to his hav
ing been retained tho more tho merrier.
I am quite surprised to hear that
Mr. Hart no longer is of counsel for
Louis J ("runt of 09 Nassau street
CjJd a Sun reporter on Thursday that
no was counsel for Becker. Tho next
day he ca... up T..K Hvs to say that j
he and Mr Mclntyre would prepare .
and argue- Becker's appeal. Mr. Shay Sutherland's ofilre.
on Saturday tilsht said that only he ami At ;i o'clock yesterday morning the
Mr. Mclntviv ur.i in the case and that trolleymen met to consider the agrt-e-Mr
Grant wasn't and would no, be one Sfffffif
of Becker s counsel (f ,,,,, roadH rai1(lHd tno underslutidlng.
From another lawyer connected with M the Yonkers union the vote was 170
tho defense it was learned on Thursday in favor and ".'! against,
that Mr. Mclntyre was out of the cae. William K Welch, second international
Mr. Mclntyre s,ys he is in it Mr Hart - of .he Ama.gama.A-
auiimiTOij ,ui ' ni' "'.i "in
iieiiutT niiirui uu; univ il nTPuii.ui.v iiu .
Ho said yesterday that ho would have p.
statement to make in a few days, but
ha nothing to say for the pre-ent.
While Jack Sullivan (Jicob ReiUi), who
Is under incictment for the Rosenthal j
murder, was chatting with u reporter on !
the first tier of the Tombs yesterday after
noon. Gyp, Lefty, Whltey and Dago
Frank passad within an arm's length on
their way down to tho counsel room.
One of tho four slapped .Sullivan play
fully on the shoulder by way of greeting,
and Grp thereupon made a remark that
caused all four gunmen to laugh up
roariously. For a long time Sullivan told of many
t ings which he suys convince him that
Becker, an "innocent man" was "framed
UP by the State's star tnforneis, but
most of the thiugH he told of were not,
lie said, for publication.
"I'll bo out in a week." kiUJ f-'ullivmi
confidently, "and later on I'm (oliig to
tell the whole Rosenthal story, lieglnniii''
.way back las. May. in affidavit form.
for tho no vspipors. And I he story I'll
tell will moke the hair of every juryman
that lonvicted Becher stand ui straight
Just how his story will make tho jury
men's hair stand Sullivan Illustrated by
grasping the ends of one of his own thin
' locks und pulling it upright sharply. He
aid ho hud no definite le.ison to gfvo for
his statement Unit ho expects to bo out
within a week. Ho merely knows, he said,
that "they can't keep mo here."
And ugain he Insisted that Webber had
ofTerod him a three stone ring valued ut
11,000 and tr.0on cash to start him in the
hotel business if he would swear on the
at and that ho had soon Becker talking to
the infonnere in front of the Murray Hill
Baths In West Forty-second street shortly
after Rosenthal was murdered.
Becker, ho Haiti, was no more to him
than "theso bums hore," pointing to tho
Tomb prisoners passing by during the
exercise hour. But he had refused the
ring and the $2.'. ,000 rather than perjure
himself, he aaid.
Lawyer 0. G. F. Wahle, counsel for tho
gunmen, came irom ms comereiice Willi
I no lour a moiiieiii; iwwiu suy uciinueiy
that the four will bo tried separately.
wnn wnney ijowib leaning mo list.
"As for new evidence." said Mr. Wahle,
we nhall prenent evidence that In now In
s the sense that a number of witnesses
who did not testify nt the Becker trial
and whose names have not bism disclosed
bo far will take the stand und testify to
things new to tho publin and which will
miko n marked impression on an lutein-
'"Te'd'efenoe is going to get a jury as
V. soon as pweiura-niviuii a lew Hours,
if that can bo done. Wo shul! not caro
..3 uIumi, fhn (tnlnr of talesmen's ei',i ililr
raoa,' creed or anything else ho Jong us
ther are intelligent. And such a jury
will find much about my four clients that
will impress them, despite their records,
I'm not going to attempt to put u halo
over any of the four or try to pin uuy
wings on them. But I nm going to hi to
it that they will lie tried only on the ques
tion aa to whether or not they murdered
Mr. Walile denied emphatically that
Hani Raul or the Sam I'.iul Association
is financing tho gunmen. Ono of the
four, unlit tneir lawyer, -nas a bank
bank account." Mr. Within refused to
any whether the defence would bo the
some for a II four, but Intimated that there
would be variations In the circumstances
In Individual cases. His witnesses, ba
aid, would number about twenty.
I design factories, mills and
warehouses only can take the
whole burden including even
the thought off your hands.
What I have done for others,
I can do for you.
I have designed for
Brad llrass l'a., .Irsy City. N. .1.
r.trrtrlrKioraar Hatters' Co., I'hlla.
flair Kllhnrn .. rhlla.
Ins. llaarroM Horn .
Illll Cnlirn.rn., Phlla.
I'laln field. N. f.
and maay others.
R.nrt for in, book, "Ilnw Drown
Builds." No prt aoaal calls aalrsa
you rrnu.st them but (ft my
book. It explains.
John G. Brown
426 Withcripoon Bldg.,
TROLLEY MEN PLEASED
Agreement Reached at Eleventh
Hour to Continue Under
WAGE SCALE TO STAND
Committees of the Union to He
Hecoffiiized hy Hallroad
The threatened strike on the lines of
tho Yonkern Railroad Company and the
Westchester F.Iectrio Railway Company
of Mount Vernon and New Rochelle was
averted yesterday when the motormen
and conductors, after nn nil night meet
ing, voted to continue work under a verlinl
agreement with officials of the coinptmif".
that the wage scale and working con
dition would prevail ns at present. While
the trolleymen didn't get a written agree
ment from the companies recognir.ing
their union, they did get assurance that
committees of their organization would
bo recognized and treated with.
At 10 o'clock Saturday night the trolley
men, through officers of their national
union, asked Leslie Sutherland, vice
president and general manager of the
Yonkers company, and A. r.. aiutier.
!..,lr,Mi,i ',' received tliem at Mr.
mnplovees. and William II. Kitzgerakl
of the general executive board isiiuuil
a statement in which they wiid:
We are ery well ileml and catlneil
that what prcmilted to he a very unpleasant
"it'intion to all has been averted. The men
were oontelulillK Kr tlie I IK lit 1 l.now
whrther or not the worUiuz condition
niul scute of wanes imdrr which they weie
to labor and established hy their I'rf.niU.i
lions while under receivership were to he
continued. 'I lie situution has asxtimed H
iry ciitii'iil stste, anil a suiensloii of
work was imminent on Sunday mnnilnc,
hut at the eleventh hour a conference was
held, with the result that satisfactory
guarantee was given the men.
We take this opportunity of sincerely
tliaiikliiK the demy of the county, Mayors
of Ihi three citle. business men, dti-oiix,
the State hoard of arbitration und the
l)ets for their heaity cooisration und
iNslslance ill In Incline uhnut (lie salio
Frederick W. Whitridgo wld last night
that ho was pleased that tho men had
acted .u wisely.
"I inn tlad." he continued, "that thev
J? . 'foT' highly ges'T.'r'
' ., b,oilor work (lay but to give the leaders
'of the union a power to which they ure
did not allow theiiiMlves to be fooled
Some of the demands were so nre-
posterous that I could not consldr them
at till, and they were the main demands.
One of them was that In case of dif
Jerences between tho superintendent and
the men those differences were to Ik
arbitrated, If this demand were con
ceded there could lie no discipline In
the service. Another demand was that
everybody employed should belong to
IRISH HONOR JOHN LOCKE.
Kilkenny Men I'laee Cross Over
(Jravr In Calvary Cemetery,
Se veral hundred sons of Kilkenny tin
M'llcd a monument to the memory of John
l.ocke, patrolt and author, above his bur
ial place In Calvary Cemetery, Laurel
Illll, yesterday afternoon. Tho monu
ment Is a Celtic cross of white marble.
I, In fi trllilltf, frnnl til Ifllllnnnt' Mfm'fi
social and Benevolent Association of Now
York and the exercises yesterduy were
under the direction of P, Conway, pre.
dent of the asjoclallon and James llohun,
iccretary. On the fiont of tho monument
was Inscribed :
"Kreeted hy the Kilkenny ?frn's S. ft
B. Association of New York, to the
memoiy of John Locke, In recognition of
Ills set vices to tho land of his birth as
patriot, poet and novelist, torn In C.U
1 it ti county, Kilkenny, Ireland. In 1847, and
ill-d In New York, mn. Ills wife Mary
t'ooney, a gifted poet like himself, and
their baby hoy are also hurled heie,"
The monument wni unveiled hy 1. J.
'hiltlu.'iii of Washington, I). C while
father I'. A. Butler of KIIko, Ireland, do
llveieil the Invocation, AdUtesses went
made hy Mr. Jliiltluuu, the Hev. Father
Dwyer of the Carmelite Order nf Man.
hattau, and the Hev. Michael J. l.ocke or
Vlllniiova Olh'Ke, Philadelphia, hiothc-r nt
the diMil luitilnl,
In Xcyt Vnrk
Tel. flu ,T.
.Nw York Academy
Aimrlean Jluneum of Natural lllatory, u
llak.ri and Confectioners convention.
lUdtiinii Sijiiare Clarden, afternoon and oen
"Tlfctur. br Itobert llnderw.od Johnron.
"p?0!. Jturnt". C.lumDt. UnlvVri!tJ:
Here's our ticket:
For Suit and Overcoat
the handsomest and most
serviceable fabrics, cut in the
most approved styles, and
made in the most careful way.
Same with Shoes and Hats,
and everything else men and
Backed by our guarantee
your money baclf if anything
Fur coats fur lined and
Fur caps, fur gauntlets, fur
Cloned at t o'clock Election Do.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
l!et. U. 3. Pt. Off.
A genuine accomplishment in
Hygienic Science. Recognized and
endorsrd by the higlictt mrdictl luiboritici
of the world fultlling til hytitnic re
3uiremcnti in health underwear. High cltti
Writ for hoolltt mat ttmak:
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY
473 Broome Street New York
.-olt Acncu for nroikh"
W. I. 6ilbtri, Men's Furnisher, 527 FuHin SI.
1 for SS
A t:w AMI POI'L:..l
EARL St WILSON
SHIRTS Sso AND MORE
t.I.KS HV ACCTIDN.
NOW ON EXHIBITION
Until the Sale hv Auction
On the Premises
253-255 Fifth Ave.
I.NTAIt ?rH .vritKHTi
'Die Millie utplus itock of the
A.J. Crawford Co.
Oulnc l die rrmoval to tUrlr new bulMlnc.
cos riftli Ave..
Old l-nglish Porcelains, Silver.
Sliefncld Plate, Aiirrors. Oriental
nv nf Sulr Vedncd4y. NT. (.
and five foltowtnx fternoon it 1
P. M. ech dfiy,
Hle cnmluetetl by the
Fifth Avenue Auction Rooas, Inc.
.I.-I.1--I41 FourU Atraar,
HI-NRY A. HARTMAN, Auct.
PACIHC SHIPS IN RATE WAX.
TakliiK Nllk. at Yokobaiua for Nesr
Vork at a I,.a.
Tacoiia, Nov. 3. Kl(rht transpacific
Hteuntshlp lines are In a rate war over
the transportation of rnw and manu
factured silk front Yokohama to New
York. Thin traffic usually carries the
lilKlicat tranniortatlon rate of any com
bined tranupaclflc-overland freight.
From qaa8t terminals It movea to New
l orK anu New Jersey on passenger
tOnc, usually being carried In baggage
ears. For years tlio rate has been 16 a
hundred pounds, of which the steamship
lines got and the rnlironils !4
In September Holt's Hlue Funnel line
between Liverpool and Tncoma, via the
Orient, cut the rate tn Kf.0, Last month
tho Puclllo Slall Steamship Company
cut the rate at Yokohama to M. This
means barn railway frejluht, leaving the
steamship lines to pay for loading and
itiilnniMntr, with free tranupaclllc car
rltiKO, Several eimforences at Yokohama
pifvJciuH to the last cut failed of re
sults. Smnn lines demanded differentials
which others would not allow. The
I'lemnNiilps Kremlin and Taeoma Jlaru
yestcidiy lunded herp more than
upii.uOO worth of silk, wlt'lelt tho North
ern I'uellle and Mllwuttkee railroads are
rtislilnjf to New York,
The Wall Street eJltlon of TMr. r.rsNtNa Sim
contains all Hie llnaurlal news and th. stuck ami
bond iiuotallons lo th closo of th. market. The
rloslnr quotations, Includlnf lha "bid and asked"
prices, with additional nen matter, art conUlnsd
lag In the olrht and final editions of Tan CTMmra
"A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"'
CLOTIIINO, FURNISHINGS AND HATh
roK MKN. BOTH AS'P OtltLDRBN
Wear the Best
To Wear the Best, you'll have to come here for
It would be a waste of your time and our money
to extend this invitation if we were not prepared
to makeit good. Your Good-Will is too valu
able for us to take any chance of losing it.
But we feel that every man who wants to be well
dressed should be informed as to our Ready-To-Wear
Attire. It is positively the best obtainable.
We are going to keep on telling you this until
you are as familiar with the fact as we are.
DRESS CLOTHES ITEMS
Dress Goats $22.00 to $34.00
" Waistcoats $3.50 to $10.00
" Trousers $6.00 to $10.00
Tuxedo Goats $15.00 to $30.00
A Special Gluett Dress Shirt, the "Donchester,"
with a bosom that won't bulge. . $2.00 to $3.50
The New Flat-brim Silk Hat $5.00 to $10.0$
BROWNING, KING & CO.
, Broadway & Sixth Avenue, between 31st and 32nd Street..
Cooper Square oppotlte 5th Street.
" Ilrooklyn: Fulton at DeKalb Are.
.v.. 4M-44th. U.lly lists. J. item Set St. Kv. 8.
Series ut Uonpl.t. Mew Spectacle.
WINTER IARDEN I the passim
Kys.. Utt. To-m'w tl. SHOW OP 1912
I'xir. Future: Bordonl, In "The first ABalr.-
ftlBWaVThm.. B'wayTft.UieUT M
n.n.nni and lt. IV niBiu S:
Wllr B"irn.rh' Nrom.'()per
ins uhis wr rENWK ito-ui'w
Wwnl. nii Lyrics by Wallace Irwin.
IVIIC D.I,t'. of U'way. To-atchl at S.
aniW yai. To-m'w, Vl..Sal..f.
KXTBA MATINKK TO.MORHUW.
WILLIAM FAVERSHJM re...
MK. PAVKHMIIAM, TVRIINK PtIWKIt.
ruA.Ni ki:kmam. fl'ixkr hkixisii.
mish JtLK urr,
DALY'S Kroadwaand Suth St. le. S;15.
w Mai.. iomorrow. neti.anti ai.
the point of view
Mth St. Th., 3 ur.H'y. Mts.Tu-'n'w, Wed, Sat.
if Th! lllntfMts tf Vlriys I.Vl.
ai IvuaillC mihi: nf iri- i:v !".
riMinWWfc u,. uri..Tliur. A Sal '
Mailae Klll.ll's lh.. 3tn!i, net. ll'y&aih Ac. .
i:vr. a. Mats. READY HOMEY 1
Tu-mV, Wed. sal. nSWIII raWREI
William Oolller's Cusardr. 4'sl. It. of U'way
Tn-m', Tteir.. Sat FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
Aim tT. THFATRF
W , H'l.,
& Sat.,?:lS. I
Cailno. ll'y.39 i:r.. 10 MatvTnm'w. Wrd.Sat.
MahatlasiOp.lo..34 Aflh i:v.ais i;
Mjjs.To.rn -. lOURHT AND PAID FOR
sj& THE WHIP ST
WI3IT KND, ISMh. W nt III. Av. I.'e.
Uatt.To-m', TUf UICTCD "K. UOIICF
Vld. and Sat,
l lib mniiikn nil; iiujui.
111 I lfk"C Il'wav rn.nlrht al H:-JO.
WALLAwls 4 auiti , nt ip WlVrvS
llxtra Ml To-morrow UUft VTITCO
A .Vtw t'omrl nf S:x. wltmiCXHVKOLKKn.
nCUTIIIY 1hea..iadft feiit llf Wesl.rvs :tn
UCHIUni 'iv.in'w. Mnl. ft Sat 2:W.
Ttie LltljtfrCo.' to0.uui I'roilucilon nf
THE DAUIHTER OF HEAVEN
"(irratrs l iratrlcal bargain or ears." Kv Mull,
PRICES 25c. to $150
llil: IH 210 u.
i:irc. Day A .Sat. 2 JO,
SNOW WHITE JTArWV"-
and Kvery Afiernnon esrept S'turda y. at S.
lr-iale Play for htldrtn.
Eiti imVEi Mat. Klrr. I)A-. Weil, & .int.
WITHIN THE LAW
I HADISOM SQ GARDEmI
I OPCtlS TO-PAVAT2P.pl. I
Oprnlaft Night, Mondav. N.T. II, at .
Punlnl's Maaoa Lfacaat. l.urreila Ilort (debut),
Duehene; Caruso. Seoul. Kerurola. Uada, Itelta.
Conductor, Ulorrto I'olaccn (debut).
W.d. at JIO.-lo.tterdammer. Frem
stad. Homer, l'ornls, Allen, Sparkei; Uurrtan,
Gilwold, Well. Uorlli. fond., Herlr.
Thurs. at titoconda, Destlnn, Homer,
Dudiene; Caruso. Amato. Seiiirola. Con., I'olsrco.
Krl. at ;n. Batter fly. Farrar, rornla; Mar
tin. Hcoitl. Bad a. Cond.. Htitranl.
Nat. Mat. at I. Taaabaeusrr. Destlnn, Frem
stad: Slerak. Well. Wlthenpoon, Itelss, lilnthaw,
Sale of Peats begins Thursday at B A, II.
ItAHDMAN 1'IANU t'SKl).
Itecltal by the
Tbls Afternoon nt 3
71c, to K. Management Loudon Charlton.
10-MY T. 3:30 llSWft!
"THE PACIFIC CXAHT."
Al AMMERSTEIM'SI Vlct"r W00" 4 Co- M-
i AIRRICn I EIH bel Adams. i:dna Aug,
II Dally Uats. 25 ft boc. land 13 other bit actb.
IIIMIF-TOUOrtHOW (Flection Nlphtl SI'I'CIAI,
nunnir.il v auuc ii.i.i. rr-HruitaiAnuc.
JOE WEIER'S I );vs-ihst. i:va.i.3o.
WK HMSn I Mallueo To itotrow,J:iii.
A SCRAPE O' THE PEN
at I I fa II '. :'"' HI. Ma. at 830
RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
POtUMBIA 2fi; BURLESttUEI'k
llUs. A Sat. I The Merrj-li... Ito under.
wMat!4c.4l. (Klectlon lleturns Tom'w Nliht
i:irnoN i thkathi: TicKirr i.tmiAnY.
NlfillT j 312 W. 43 t. 1'hono 474 llryaut.
AEOLIAN HA LI.. Tau7sdaT-r.4.7Nov." 1.
CIIAJtlV-l N. IIRANVII.I.Y: Sonr Itecltal.
Msnsement Walter Anderson.
k'stav ICltfT Uarrfnn. IIaiiIia X
Hlb Ht.lHsarn. Ueniro Bails.
I V.lertlon Hetor.i To-morrow Hlghl.
M:n YOltK'S LIUOI.Nd THl-ATKKf.
EMPIRE n'usy k 40th St. Kes. ai 8:13.
(.mrim. fo-morw. Wed, A Sat.
:j Mats. Thl Wrek- Tnes..Yt.d., Sal.
.KHT A NltlllTM.
Itred Sutra's comedy
Till: PK.I1I"I.IKH III NHtNII.
.NKX1 HON. (MIV. 1 1) .scats nw.
NAT I UAUl In the 4 Art Drama
LYCEUM w 4,Mti SI. live. Rio Sharp
I Mats. I tils cck Tncs., 1 hurs., Nat.
tn Till: "MIMIi Till: PAINT" C.IKI..
OlARtrif 331b Si., ur. H'ftay. Ktes. S0.
.1 Mais. This Wrpk- Tars., Weil., Hal.
tly Heur' llernstcln. Author of "Ttie Thief."
CRITERION n way&it m t:cs. a ir,, uat.
Wniltniun To-nm-V.. Weil A Sat. S:t6.
:t Mt-. Int. Mrrk lu'i.itnl.. v,'.
IACHELORS k BENEDICTS
Comedy with RALPH HERZ
FULTON" N- n'r H'dway. live. !. Mat.
' vai rivtiHv.Tii-inor'ir, Wed. tt Sat.'.M 3
JI-slB'c IO-KS.1 MATINKl-.-l:! AMIAItl'
The Yellow Jacket
Chinese dratia plaved In Chinese inar.nrr.
Ultra ICIrrtlon Hay Mat. lo.morrnn.
HARRIS '-' " u- """i' l:r-
linillllV jjijj, Tn-lnor'v.'l mirs tc Sat, 2:13
HfKlnnliiic lll-MC.tll AI :'iV
'WII-'S I'llt'llji n-.n. M tiC l'l V
A RICH MAN'S SON
lima KIp4Iuii l)a Mat. lo. morrow.
i:stra I'lei-llon Ilajr Jlul. lo-morron.
uci cy ujiDc " :imrr
" WA"b mTkV,'?1,Via''
PARK idi-vt.. Cul. Circle. i:ve. 8:M. Mat,
sun lo-niiir'M, Wed & Sal at Sr.'0.
Last H Mahl. I.t a Mutlners.
'lUI? Kleiioii lay Mat. lo-mornm.
CLIFTON CRAWFORD MK;?lnw.
Thiirs.. Nm. it-Seats .ci llon.Uy.
' I tIK i VI'Sl " anew romantic operetta.
l.stru Mai. lo-Morr'w lluesdax.
I 11111 I "hr.r's tlti'ml Hi,' nrn.
THE LOUNTf LUXEMBOURG
LIBERTY)! 'ISl. Kver MS. Mat To-m
blWblll 1 v ed. A.Sat, W.d "1st iiir tol.W.
o AinolJ llen-
ieii n i:uuaid
KMCKKIIIKM kl.lt. Il'uay & ,h St
't'. H 1&. lau. To-mon'. Wrd. A Sat.?;13
Tl' '.l Onril In v.. .Ir-l 'lllnni,
GH1 OH! DELPHINE
EATBA MATINEE TO MORROW.
IAIETY . MSI. i:s. H;M. Mats.
rtli.1 I To-morr'w, Wed, t. Sal 7i
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The John Wanamaker Store
will be open all day Tuesday
arrangements having been made so that everyone
connected with the business may cast his ballot.
Formerly A. T. Stcwnrt & Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
This Morning Offers to Women -
Gowns and Wraps for the Opera and
the Horse Show
In preparing for these social
events we have been fortunate
in securing the samples of three
manufacturers of the first rank,
which we can offer being
samples and having served their
purpose at prices much lower
Evening Gowns, $32.50 to
$67.50, regularly $63 to $150.
Evening and Limousine
Wraps, $35 to $175, regularly
$70 to $350.
Tailored Suits, $26 to $75,
regularly $52 to $150.
They are brilliant reproduc
tions of the winter models of
Poiret, Paquin, Callot, Jeanne
Lanvin and other Paris coutu
riers. There are tailored gowns for
the Horse Show, morning or
afternoon and for every other
Made of velours de laine,
brocaded eponge, novelty lain
ages, silks and plain velvets.
There are wraps to wear in
the limousine and still others in
delicate French shades for
afternoon and evening all
with beautiful linings and many
with collars of fur.
One splendid wrap is of ruby
red velvet with broad bands of
Tea Sets of Heavy English Silver
Can you imagine England
Yet it was unknown there
until the eighteenth century.
All the wealth of beautiful
tea-things have been made since
Some of them are shown in
the Wanamaker Silver Courts
--tea sets of heavy English
silver in the beautiful old de
signs of a hundred years ago
They are stamped with the
marks of the finest London
silversmiths, some of whom are
descendants of the men that
made the original eighteenth
century tea things.
7HITE marble lamps from
v Italy which have the
flavor of romance in them old
Grecian urns such as inspired
Keats, winged Roman figures,
Florentine bas-reliefs all these
one thinks of on seeing these
white marble lamps from Italy.
Both lamp and shade are
chiseled of Castilian marble.
They are fitted for electricity
in such a way that the light
transfuses the entire lamp with
a soft, mellow glow.
Some are shaped like urns,
some are tall with figure stand
ards; a few are for floor ceiling
Prices on these distinguished
Italian marble lamps are from
$35 to $300.
Second Gallery, New Building.
And to Men
425 Men's Suits, 810.50
$25, $30 and $35 Grades
120 Overcoats, $22.50
These offerings bear about
the same relation to any we
have known as a Presidential
election bears to any other elec
tion. If you get the significance of
that you won't need to read
The simple truth is two
tailors who make the most con
sistently good clothing for men
miscalculated the volume of
their business for the current
season. Had a quantity of
piece-ends left cloths used for
$25 to $35 suits and overcoats.
They came to us when we
were searching the market for
something out of the ordinary
to give our customers on Elec
tion Day such as we gave last
year, when we had the biggest
one day's business in the store's
And they gave us something
better than we had expected.
Suits in 29 patterns, of
rough and smooth finished if b-
purple covered with heavy old
Bold lace the original was
made by Paul Poiret, and it
would be difficult to tell original
and adaptation apart.
The gowns are designed for
debutantes dances, dinners, the
opera and all formal functions.
There are soft little draped
affairs with charming laces and
tiny hand-made flowers trailing
in and out among the draperies.
The more important gowns
are of brocade, of black and
white satin, of delicate shades
of satin or the unusual tones of
These garments are made by
the man who is called the "Paul
Poiret of America" and two
other American makers of hardly
There are more than one
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as many wraps, about fifty of
the distinguished evening gowns
and of none is there more
than one model alike. Even at
the greatly lessened prices wear
ers of these beautiful clothes
need have little fear of meeting
Women's Salons of Dress, Second floor,
, New Stewart Building.
These dainty little sets will
please people who like the heavy
weight, the rich hand-woric and
the classic designs of the best
English silver. They arc priced
from $55 upwards.
Many beautiful pieces of
American silver have been es
pecially chosen for their heavy
weight, good design and fine
workmanship. Notable among
these are sandwich plates, vases,
coffee sets and fruit center
pieces. A new pattern in sterling
flatware "The Hamilton" was
also selected for its rich sim
plicity of design and heavy
Silver Court, Main floor. Old Building,
'T'HE Baltic brought in the
1 other day a new shipment
of English cretonnes the pret
tiest we have ever seen for their
prices 40c and 50c a yard.
Rich, fruity tone3 of mauve
and rose and gray, charming old
tapestry reproductions, duplica
tions of old hand-blocked bou
quet designs, Chinese designs in
delft blue and white each one
seeming more delightful than
There was also a new printed
linen taffeta in exquisite color
ing and design at $1 yard.
These new imported drapery
fabrics are using the French
grays more and more in their
Third Gullery, New Building.
rics, such as cheviots,
meres and worsteds.
Patterns that nnnsal to men
of good taste.
Conservative sack models,
soft lapels permitting the show
ing of two or three buttons, ns
Tailored as you would expect
The grading of the suits--208,
regularly $25; 144, rcRU
larly $30; and 73, regularly $35
425 in all at $19.50 each.
Overcoats of thick, soft,
fluffy Shetland; satin shoulder
lined; blue, Oxford and Cam
bridge grays, brown mixtures,
Single breasted, knee length,
belted back, with broad, well
shaped lapch, patch pockets,
split sleeves, turn-back cuffs,
natural shoulders; all outer
seams stitched twice in quarter
inch width; all inner seams
piped with satin.
$35 overcoats for $22.50.
Burlington Arcade floor, New BuiUla