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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913. CopyH0M, 1913, bV the Sim Prtnttng end PMIsMng A$ociatton.
f KKIIKRICR I.OKHRR CO,
FREDERICK 141E8RR CO.
BROOKLYN . ADVERTISEMENTS.
FREDERICK LOESEK CA.
Have You Planned Your
P CHRISTMAS is to mean all it should mean to
you and your family it must bring the gift of
MUSIC and that means
These are the world's greatest music-makers.
They speak to the heart. They bring joy into the
home. They are meant FOR THE HOME. They
may best be secured in
The Christmas Piano Store
Known as "The Piano House of Brooklyn"
There are sound reasons why Loeser's is known by this title. Here and ONLY here in Brooklyn is
there choice from SIX eminent makes of Pianos and Player-pianos.
The Famous Kranich & Bach
Estey Gordon & Son Francis Bacon Tremaine
Our stock of these instruments is very broad. Each may be seen in several styles.
best from the factones that produced them and each is at the top in its grade.
EVERY INSTRUMENT IS SOLD FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE, and that price is 'fixed
without deviation the same to all. No one can, for the price you may pay,' possibly secure a better instrument.
They are the selected
The Subway to Hoyt
Street Brings the Locttr
Store Within 17 Minutes
of Forty-second Street.
A Sale That Will Make History
Women's Winter Apparel at $17.50
Dancing Frocks, Evening Dresses, Coats, Suits
Many Worth More Than Double Their Prices
MUCH IS EXPECTED of the Loesor Store in thu way of styles and values in women's apparel. Much has bean
provided for our customer thin nenson.
Hut tomorrow all record will bo broken. Tomorrow at tho one price of S17.50 wo nhall hare meh
dainty Drakes, mich fine winter Suits and Coats lis probably never before were available at such a price.
This is all FASHIONABLE apparel and suitable for wear NOW. Tho reasons back of tho sale, a series of
interesting incidents tliot wo should like to tell, are omitted bcrnuso this Christmas pago is so crowded. Hera
aro tho details briefly and accurately:
$35 & $40 Dancing Frocks and Evening Dresses at $17.50
9cr n. hundred exquisite Frocks, most in round length, although there is good representation of the new
Plain and brocaded satins In nil the newest color and in white. Many with minaret tunics. They are doco
ratrd with gold laws, beading, artificial flowers, fur and with very lino laces. In somo tho beautiful beaded tunlo
that is part of the Dross Is alone worth nearly HI7.no.
Reproductions of models by I'remet, Drecoll, Doeuillet. Callot, HecholT-D.'ivid and other lending French cou
$25 to $30 Fur Effect Coats at $17.50
Of fin astrakhan cloth wovrn hy the Suit's mills, that vill iu miifn i;., 'I In- loops and curl very closely reproduce
Persian lamb The pluh In the collars and cuffs It n good loom imitation of I'reiifli seal.
The fonts are In th most recent model, round corner, full large arinliolv.. lined with good satin and tailor's Katina fa
the Kugllh way, free from the Coal at the liottom
Smart, distinguished, well made- the bent money's worth we have ever known in Coats at less than 12.1.
$30 to $37.50 Winter Suits at $17.50
Clearance from our own Mock, about 100 suits, to which we have added samples of a good maker
Hiijsdere velours cord, soft finished wide wale ihevlot, two-toned cpotigrt and rough mixtures, nil velours slrlpei,
owrplalded two-tone material, wool brocades, boue'e cloth, woo' poplin, etc.
Copies of Imported models, tallorrd in the SlIAI'U-ltK.TAlNIN'Ci way that makes I.oeer Clothing for women so serf-
Iccalile. .Ml the popular eolors for winter.
Mned with cood wearing nil silk' penii dn i'j-(tnes ami Interlined Tor warmth.
Snncl l'liior, Tultun .Street.
Loeser Piano Prices Arc from $198 I'jnrard
Loeser Playcr-piuno Prices Arc from $o95 I'pwnrd
An additional and unusual safeguard assured to those who buy at LOESER'S is the
Double GuaranteeThe Maker's and Our Own
This surrounds the purchase of an instrument here with every possible protection, and carries with
it the surety of PERMANENT SATISFACTION.
Another reason why your thoughts of Christmas Music should turn vour steps toward this Store is the
fact that Loeser's is the only general store on Long Island RECEIVING VICTROLAS AND VICTOR REC
ORDS DIRECT FROM THE VICTOR FACTORY, and at Loeser's you will always find
The Largest Stock of Victrolas and Records
And the Best Victor Service on Long Island
We realize that this is a season when nearly every purse has to be stretched to the uttermost, and there
fore we have arranged for our customers
Special Confidential Christmas Terms of Payment
It is not necessary to pay much cash to have a Piano, Player-piano or Victrola home in time for the
Christmas festivities. This is the Store that can serve you best, with broadest stocks, with unfailing quality,
with fixed and lowest prices, with reliable deliveries, with deferred terms of payment.
We hope to see you here tomorrow, we place our facilities at your command.
I In mry dtUll tin Udlm Rrtiil EiUbliihmtnt cf BroiMn.
a. f c out. t a iu:cc
$0 TO 43 OUK, LatC ctllU VlllliUli
ONE THOUSAND WAISTS, including many recent
models, copies of imported Waists.
New Waists of crepe do chine, of chiffon, in
plain colors, and of plain and fancy nets.
s new Wai-t of plaid chirlon In the new vemi-flttlns style.
Somo of striped hllk. simply but attractively made, put up
in hoilv boxes . , ,
ftalntv Waists of white or cream net pr shadow laco.
several models liir trimmed: others with ribbons underneath
the net, and some with chiffon flchua over the net.
I.ftO ! M.SU WaUt Bt S3.0N.
They are made or crepe do chine, messaline. peaii de
crime, charmeiise, ami other pretty silks Many of these
have hanil-workcl ke-. Some have vests set In. some
have V ni-ki -Many are trimmed with pretty laces.
Ilalkts c. Values to W3.7S.
NVw W.iWs. t.iilored models of all linen, others of linen
with V necl; a few irood model with colore! embrolrlerv
Some of voile with frills down the trout and around the.
collar . . . . . ., . ...... . ,... ,.
New model o. i.ice inauni". irinniirn nun
with u n.'iirow nanii 01 inr hi ine nj n .-
W. WRIGHT BURT RECALLED.
V. 9. Vlce-Consnl at Florence Re
tarns on fne Cluclnnntl.
Special Cable Despatch to Tnr 9c.
Florbncb, Dec. 0, fulled Statea Vlce
Consul William WtlRlit Hurt has been
recalled to Wnshlnrton.
He leaves for New York by the Ham-burr-American
liner Cincinnati from
PROTEST AGAINST IMMIGRANTS.
London Traders Complain of Arri
val of Muetr Hana-arlnna.
I.0NW1N, Nov. 28, A deputation of
tjadets and refldcntH In the fyiiford wiird
.ntervlewed tho Ilford Urban District
Council thin week to complain of the prea
ciieo of it party of Hungarian, copper
Mnlths from Uuduiiest who hettlcd In the
Ioimi a fortnlRht hbo. It was ttated by
tl c M'enkern that the party numbered be
ven elKhty and ninety utid were hud-db-il
Into four hoiii.es without water or
funlture and that they were an Intol
ci a ' tiulHaiu'c.
(' iinclllor llalley ailmltted that, al
though bo wus chairman of the public
h 'iilth committee of the Council, lie waa
ickiunilblu, thioiiKli a cletk In hi otllce,
.'"i Icttlim the aliens Into the houia tM
lb- ui;d that, as the Hungarians had
bicn admitted to the country, they muat
Ihd somen hotn and lie suxcisled that the
c.ouiplaluliiK neighbors should show some
charity and try to Induce the visitors to
adopt Knt llib way.
TROUSERS FOR WOMEN IN VOGUE
"Smokln Suits" Are In Cirent De
mand In London.
Inpo.v, Nov. 28. Women In London
have becun to wear trouseis and llttlo
smoking coats Instead of the tea Kown.
Kvery kind of waistcoat Is bolus worn
out of doors, but the trousers and coat
suit Is only worn Indoors, and generally
in the afternoon. The pajama hahlt led
the way and the smoking suit lias fol
The suits resemble closely the jacket
and trousers of the Chinese women and
are really fascinating. They are- to bo
hud In various colors. Ono Is a deep
blue cashmere, with a collar of yellow silk
and a breast pocket, the whole being
stitched in yellow. Another dainty suit
Is of forget me not blue silk, Another
has a silk collar of the palest pink, a
breast pocket of the same tint mid pink
trousers, turned up In truo masculine
BEWARE OF PAPER DUST.
Exnloalon Mai' lie Canard by
Mixture With Air,
TAnts, Nov. 28, It has now been
proved that paper dust can fonu with
tho air un explosive mixture similar to
thai lesulllug fiom the dust nf corn,
flour and coal. In order to spread the
knowledge of what Is nuw found to be
saw peril the ownsr ' or a Franca
paper tube factor' publishes a report
dealing with tin explosion of paper dust
which occured at his works, causing the
loss of two lives.
Tim conclusions of M. Ilonn, director
of the niutilclp.il laboratolles of l.llle,
who conducted the lnqulij. am that the(
cxploslun must bo attributed to the
presence of llnhted lamps In tho dust
chamber during cleaning, an operation
which cotikldetably Increases tho Intensity
of the dust cloud foimcd by the paper
dust In susprniilnii In the air, and that
this dust Is always capable, when In
sulllclent proportion, to form explosive
mixtures with air. M. Romi states that
It Is unwlso to use ordinal)' lanterns for
lighting dust rooms and advocates the
use of portable electric lanterns,
GREAT WEALTH IN SEA WATER.
i:nch Ton Snld lo Coiitnln One drain
BnussEi.s, Nov. 2". Tho Inventor wno
succeeded lu rendering sea water drinkable
might Incidentally mure than double the
gold reserves of the world. 1'rof. Wilde
of Miusuels University maintains that,
qulto apart fiom tho treasures wrecked
a ml gone to the bottom, thero Is more
gold In the sea than has ever been coined
All sea water contains a certain amount
nf gold, In tho proportion of about one
grain to each ton of water. Iteckonlng
the total weight nf all the oceans at the
very moderate llgure of 1,1100,01111,000 tons,
1'iof. Wilde, ihtlmati's thai they would
yield enough to make a small urmy of
TRIED TO PAWN HIS AEROPLANE.
French Mont de Plete llejeeta Aria
rxnin, Nov. 27. It Is seldom that an
article, however bliarre the nature, Is ie-
niseo oy me fiencn .Mont ue I'lete, or
State pawnbroking establishment, except
perhaps In the case of a menagerie.
An aviator In tho Midi, however, has
had to suffer a disappointment. To save
the expense of garage for the winter ho
got Into hla new machine and flew to tho
nearest largo town, where he tried In vain
to put It Into pawn, aeroplanes not being
on the list of articles taken In pledge,
It Is recalled by the Onufols thut a sim
ilar experience, befell one of the Hist au
tomobile sportsmen In Paris when he tried
to pledge his car for the winter In 1892,
JUMP FROM MOUNTAIN PEAK.
(Undent, 19, and Girl, 18, Kad Mvea
la Traajlo Maaaer.
Vienna. Nov. 26, The suicide of two
lovers took place this week on the famous
Semmerlng Mountain In tragic and ro
Krederlck Fleischer, a student aged 19,
and l.lly Itelchmiinn, ascl HI, seeing that
there waa no chance of their being mar
I ted, ascended the Welniettlewand, the
highest pi iik, at tho toot of which runs
the well known railway.
They then embraced and Hung them
fclvcs down on to the railway track and
wara Instantly killed.
Kemnams ui vcivci, v-wiuuiw
and Velveteen : : 50c. a Yard
for Values 98c. to $2.50
THIS IS THE CI.KAHIM! IT after a busy season
in silk-faced Velvets, line Corduroys find Rood
dress Velveteens. The ends nr very usable in
dressmaking and in fancy work, and tho values aro
not to be equaled.
SOe. for Colored Mll.-Kace Velvet llrninanti, Value
tINe. lo K2.
Thev range in length from three.iiuarters of a yard and
the little three-cornered pities when a bias is made, to
''""ineseire'Vi'irifiil. fine utiality,, Velvets, suitable for
dress trimming, for fancy work, millinery, etc. A good
lino of desirable colors and some black,
sop. for Cardura) and Velveteen nemnants, Value
tINe. In M2.I0.
Lengths from a quarter of a vard to five yards. In whlta
and colors- suitable for skirls, children's coats, fancy work,
etc. Very tine uiMllty and extra value.
Stitmu rioor. uviugMun aircci. y
Men's and Women's
$1.49, $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98
Values $2 to $8
ANOTAM.E GATHERING of handsome Vmbrellas
such as anv man or woman may be plad to carry,
or any oiio be, proud to include, among their
Thev are well made, with substantial -tout frames, cov.
ered with serviceable rain-shedding material mid with hand
some handles at every price, many that arc trimmed with
(liver All with hllk ci.se.
This i a special purchase of the scan s open stock of
one ot the leading manufacturers In the touutiy, including
his linndi-oiiict-t designs. Men's mid women's styles.
HI. 40. Stout frames, covers of union taffeta: men's with
Prince of Wales hooks and turned handle women's natural
mid ml-slou handle. .Many of them prettily ttimmcd with
Ml. UN. I'lght-tib frame. cov r of sood quality union taf
lela, silk cae I la hided among tho-c lor men lire somn
willi slug and horn handles Women well trimmed with
N'i.tlN. Kluht-iib frame, covets of all silk taffeta and all
silk serge. '1 rimmed unit caned handles In handsome
P.l.tlN. 1'overs of all silk taffeta and serge, stout frames,
1 1 lod I it 1 11 tight roll, carved and silver tiiiiiiued handles.
J1.1IN. An exceptionally line lot of I nibrellas with all silk
taneta covers ol the linest graue, nannies irimmea wun
Mnia rioor, norm siren. .one nrni i , n. u,
(Save from 50c. to $1.50 aWindow
Un Nottingham Lace Curtains
..u pairs cf Curtain In the collection, howng 1 2.". different
pattern., with enough of cadi pattern to make It uie you will
find the Cut tain v on want if v mi i oine eiulv enough These
are all new ami perleet, identical with thoe -old at higher
prl e llrucl Line, llenai--au e, Ihiny, Cable .Vet and
Novelty pnttorn, In white, cieam and ecru shades.
Me. a pair In-teid of tl
Ille. a pair In-te.id of fi
IIKc. a pair liitead id si Mi to t:
n alr ili-teal ot $1 7.", to 2 2.,
NI.4H a pair lntead of f: '.'.', to s2 .'.o,
LIS a pair instead of .' 7.', and S3.
NI.KH a pair lntead of :i mid t.l .Vi.
3.4ft a pair lntead of J.i 7J and ft
. anil WN Import ril l.aee rabe anil Marie
ntolnette Ciirtiiln. MS. So
SI I and ia Imported l.aeet Aralie anil Marie
Aiiloliictle Curtain, MJ.K5
hooe trom tell Iwinil-oiiie i,itterti of I'reneh made Cur
tain, in lac et Uulie, uml a. i:.aii mote In white and Arabs
HI. 311 Mlilleunil Tern Berlin Curtain, tHe.
M'i.SO Mlilte ami Cciii serlm Curtain, Ml, 7ft
MS ami MS. SO Iniportul mute Irish Point Curtains.
n anil MII.TS Imported unite IrUh Point Curtains,
M4 anil M4.RO llrnaluiicf uml Vlsrlc Antoinette Lace
MI4 to Ml II. SO Hcversllile rt silk Portieres, Mil. IS
M4II Trench llnutile Ka I .lute clour Portieres,
Thtnt l'leor. I'ulion .stieet j
A Basement Table of
Fur Muffs at $8.75
Nearly two hundred MtttTs made of marmot, leojiard
coney, black coney, mole coney, beaver coneviind civet
will be on it special table in the basement ('UHIST.MAS
1'Allt tomorrow at the remarkablv little lirico of
Full pillow shapes, selected fur and well made
fine C'hritmas opportunity.
Brilliant Cut Glass for Gifts
55 Compartment Rtlish Dishes, $1.98
Men's Suits and Overcoats
$15 to $20 Grades Now at $12.50
THIS IS A I'l.KAlt- V Y of the Suit and Overcoats
that have i-old down to a few of a pattern w
hnps only it single Suit or Oven-oat.
It mean ome looking Inr ie though there are nil lrea
In the lot Hut It iiImi iic.hu ,i l'. to f.'n value lor MIS, AO.
Dial should loiint In the i liiitin,i n outli
Ml winter uciL-hl. food t.ittiiu iiit what you would
regularly llnd lieie at. lull prii e
. Vlnlii rionr. I lm Place
Silky Pillow Tops, 59c. and 98c
A Basemtnt Tableful Tomorrow
IS THE t msis'l'.M s I' Mi: in ilie l,oe...- liii.einent
you vv ill tomoi'iow hud some of the best I'illowTops
ever sold iit lliei low price
'I'liey are of lu-troii. silkv nuiierial in liandsotna
deiuu. Those at ti&v, have buck as well a tops.
A inaker of lup!inliei'.v ni.iiennls is weaviut; the
fabrii-s mid making iheiu into the-e Pillow Tops, work
in i at lop spee l in I lie einleuvor lo keep up with the
SV.W.S INCH SIZE in a brilliant hobnail desinn,
with deep miter iianels and two cut handles.
Ilonbon and Olive Dishes, regularly We to (4, at
I'liilt and Hiilnil 1(01-;, regularly U to lis, at Ml.llN to miV.SSm
Water I'ltchci, tcgiilai v t to (in, at. .Ml.llN to MIMIM
Cracked lie I ul, leguliuly lo lo, at Ml. ON to K4.1IN
Covered llntter Italics, regularly 18 to II!, ut M3.UH lo MS.UN
Ma)otinuisn Howls und Hates, regularly 14
to in. at .. .. MI.1I8 to Kn.tIM
Celery Irays, regularly It to ir.-. at Ml. OH to SS.tIN
lonipartmant ltellh l)ihes, regulutly i
Footed Comports, regularly $4 to $r.-, at, Ml. ft to MJ.PM
hilgiiratid Cream Sets, reguliult- $4 to!!, a! Ml.llN to Mri.ttS
Oval llrauuo Howl, leguhirlv no to fts, at .M4.0N to Mt'.'.ls
I'lower vases, regularly fn to t.u. at , Mil ,11 si to Ml l.tis
Hpoon 'Ir.iys, regularly :i and ft. ut, , Ml. Ml and MI.ON
Dress Goods in
2 2 to 5 Yards Each. Extra Values
WE HAVE HI NDIIEDS of lte.saud Skirt lnthh
of ileirublit ialiiics dial wn will lo. appropri
ately for a t;ift on ieiiie.t when I lie piuvlmso is
They Include all the l;ihlon ible I'uliricH of the senioli, AxU
able for tailoied hint, 1 1 i-- and l,nts. I'lalti material.,
Milting niixliire, stripe and lnociuler-
'I lie colots ai (Ivloid, inediiim irinv, htown, ameth)tt,
taiilie, slate, tan, green, Copenliiii!cn, nuw, giunet, black, etc
I'liese lew spci liiien Items and price give a good idea of the
value among them
2 . Yuril. Ucgiilni b m:;.is IhMN.i., at mi.kn umlMS.ift
:i Varil. Ili-giilarl) M4,3iMn MHl.no, at KZ.'ift anilfUI.au
a unl, UiirulHrl) t.-...i to MU.aft, at M'i.113 uml
I l.'ird, Ill'Cllilll l. Ml! lo MI4.MI. at M unci M4.4II
I anl-, li'-siilarlj rill.; 5 In MIS. IS. ut Mtl.ilM ami
S nril. ll"gularl ST..-VO in Ml J. ail. ut jr, tiuil MS. So
Ml liovcd lice ui 1 1 1 ''go on lenuc i ut tl e nine or puichase
Muuti.l I lift I'll' if