THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1915.
BIG WAR GAME;
0. S. FLEET SUNK
yiirlit Torpedo Attack Knnbles
a bnndinir on Helinvnre
1 tn v Shore.
KOlt THE MiKRM ANS'
GERMAN CONSUL GENERAL
GOES TO POST IN EUROPE
lr. Fnlrke Called to Berlin
Plnoe to Which He Will
o Is Not Named.
WasntNOTOIf, Oct. 9. A tiialit lonir.lo
,ttnrk tiv 111" MMm) I Itdllli In the ile
.MutkMi til Hip hoim- Sett. nm the In-
, ,,r landed (HI ItN liorp of I ! art
Hay Ht o'clock Untiltht, sooerdlrej
lo an tnnouncWntnl ntSdl nt thi Navy
, ! . t....l ! ,.f the oonrlun'on of
irsl mr same, which has bpen
I .lone lli" Atlantic coast slnce
l. rt Monday,
p ,,f h union of the Sflemy
drfrnilim IIpc: have not pet fcsN
,r , v. i ..I I hi KVJP iM-.iiirtrruut. but
I, ; , . vn thai A.lnilrsl Frank K.
, i, , ,; commander Hi chief of the
y Heel, suffered compute Af
, . h II dl of h "Red," or ui.my
.,,, k mm jiouni-eil to ImvB
km Mired" end Iho enemy Ik In
;,, I. in. I lit force, ece .t for
Jyel .i.on a" the fritted RUtof
I m) ... i"- able to offer.
; ,,. nil. ot the nhVl war eainc are
,u h thai oil lh oppoolng fore hM to
jq i , eftablltn a condition which
under ordinary etruumatanoee,
,, 1 1 certain that th other for.
, ufil meet with daat ruction. It la aa
t ....... therefor, that what Impjiem-il
Admiral Hatcher's battMMatp iuiid
fan .mc thai it Wai urr. unded l.y enemy
ff, .. . Aim succeeded in avttlnn cloac
s ' make torpedo markmanahli
etrtali he fort iwina discovered by UN
Details xi iin.ioei.
X.n - 1 1 explained to-nlRht that
It wo Impossible to determine the full
a ,.f the nuuKwuvra until ail
tcta li have bean received, Th whole
4 i . iiemonatratlon will bo known
10 thorn In the atcret of the wat
gin , l Informed as la the strensth
k b i i.. the attacking forcea. It
lerstood thai the iiiemy received
a la and aii equipment theoretically
a . . ii... I to ih.it of thai iSerineiiy
: thai is. euperlor to the American
Admiral PI etcher had tlfieen hattle
en;m under his command. Bis force aUo
1 ludi i 16 ib-siroyera, M submarines.
mlnine division and a numher of
tudbarlea. The mum. was more of a
tail of tl t United states navy than has
eauall) Iteen the caee. aa Admiral
Fletcher aa forced to ro forth to meet
Ik enemy without ha Tins opportunity to
..'it.- in his fleet the batlleshipa
Which fe In navy yard for repalra and
Other Vaiaell in reserve. The enemy,
however, waa assumed to be advancing
a i ii full strength, convoylnf a fleet
of irananorta carrying an expeditionary
IThen I he gam atarted mat Monday
A i i d 1'letcher waa notlflel that the
enemy waa then ,'nn miles to the east
Ward and moving toward the United
hU'.rs COt st.
The K.m-niy Fleet,
!: - Admiral Aun-.tii 9t. vfnlaht row
avoided lit enemy fleet, which conalated
; . ly of the crUlaer Brooklyn, hla
t three destroyers and five
.v thi beginning of the manottivf th
"I; ... defending fleet, waa at Uamp
t The "BlU" fleet waa sup-
1 idVanc anil throw out aeouta
t at th enemy. The battleship
:. was ao disponed aa to be ready
t th enemy and hla tranaporta
a .- the) were located.
,r t ik. however, the "Blue" fleet
t ill) filled and waa Heelf out
gianouvred. The "Red" acouu located
In Fletcher and hla main force.
The dteoovery of the whereabouts of the
"U fleet waa followed by the "Red"
deatroyera making a night eurprlae at
lack on the American battleehlp squad
paa, Tie deciaion of the umpire at t o'clock
fr.a morning waa that the night torpedo
attack hoi been Ittooaaaful and that the
... waa dear for the enetny'a trana
(jrts o lulvance and make a landing In
t:.' Delaware Bay.
fiuuiia" the progress of this war
f in . the Navy Department and all
bore atntlons were for the flret time
partiripatite. The commander In chief
cf :!iu "Blue" tlt. Admiral I-lotcher
a inatructed to wend In from time
ti time oonatructlva report of euch hnp
i t a might be expected during or
1 'elmilnary to an actual engagement
With the enemy. The Navy Deirtment
nd shore stations were Inatructed to
t on the conatructlve reporta up to
th point of actual expenditure of money
e-nl movement of material.
l l.ldeinle" on One Ship.
Many such constructive reporta were
teteuud the Navy Department aaya. A
-.v.. report waa received from
the joining to the effect that a violent
of diphtheria, had broken out
' I hut . .sel and that she bad been
aunt to New York for disinfection and
t in w . l ew of OfAoar and men.
In" Bureau of Had loin and Surgery
th Navy Department promptly
. i ...r.ingi met. ta for proper medl-
ion, wbllo the Hureuu of Navl
vi. irked out plana for the assem-
r .. i.ew complement of offloara
i 'i men
.Vyomlng also reportod later that
hi : ,i been Injured by ramming and
proceeding to Nan igineett Bay.
... I .hi of i on.structiou and Repair
I il thia report and madu.lt the haala
' rrangi menta for docking the Wyoin
. .... New York yard.
kIiout the war game all bureaus
' department bad each night a re
ule otfloar priMBiit to handle any
mat might aria aa a result
' is- "t operations The partlclpa
nf the Navy Department and abore
In the game proved ao aatlH-
.iii experiment thai it is the in
to amplify II In future war
nan. - of tho fleet.
TO NAME DESTROYER SAMPSON.
' innl Other f. . Sny ofllcera lo
Hi Ho Honored.
IHtNOTON, Ool 9 -One of the
r .v torpedo boat deatroyera ia to
mod after the late Rear Admiral
v ' im T Sampson
' 'aval oltl.era to be aimllarly
i ii ire Vice-Admiral Htephen C
' Rear Admiral C'harlea II. Davia.
iandr William H. Allen. Hear Ail
' I (.'hurl WIlkaH and ("apt. John
I5t. PiOl ? Horet Icolcke. Impirlal
'Jeijnan Coneul-tVeneral In New York
since Dei-ember. 1912, hue been Informed
by hta (Jovernment that he Is to get a
similar jioat In BarOfM Dr Knlcko ex
pei. lo leave for Berlin m soon aa ar
ratieenenta for hla pnseiige are OfB
pleted. whc.h will be In about a week ,
When aeen last night. Jfis-t b. fore bis
departure for a abort trip aouth. Dr
Kalokn said ;
"Yee, It la true that my (lovernmei.t
iioa asked me to report in Berlin to
assume n new ,,; a.Hnowh. re In Ku
rope Natoially have go . Italia as
to the nature ami the ptaoa t mat iat
and will not know partlClifcui IMltM I
have OUlad at the Koiolgn OfAct 1
'''I'"'1 u "all aa aoon aa I mm find It
rajtmtlhMM and after arriving In i.er- ;
many may take a brief rest before as- 1
naming my nov duties, as i ave mm yet
in to rr.iivcrcd fnou a tuple fractiite
of my left arm last May."
It waa HWIIIld for the llrst lime last
night that Dr. Kalcke w.ls atnii k bv an
.uitotnobllc on the night before the sink- .
Ing of th Dualtimia, whi'e he was !
watoNIng one of ti. btrlloiln boiVr.is up- j
town. He was knock d down anl Ins
ft arm was broken In tluee piai .
Dr. Knlcke, who waa born in II., hen-'
trin. oermany, in iisg, ho boon in the i
Otrnwn oonaular arvioe ever since I
ISM, when, after service In the forajgn
Dfllce In Berlin, he was (eM u . Acting'
CmmmI to Madrid, lie was at various
times I'onsul in Montreal. Havana,!
where he witnessed the gpanHth Ameti-
Dr. Paul S. Horst Falcke. I
0M1 ir, Rto -I' .l;tiH'iio, t'ailtt, Athoits, I
1 Vci r.N-Iiiiiii MTi't New York.
When .i pOttlS -i . Ifnt tn Uenmniv
Dl, nUokt nMnil fur a tlmo with Knife
COIIVttUltlM tf QfVMMi Whfl wua thou I
l"W II IV ItH'f.
Dr OctM!', Um CNifmnti fonui in
OflksnfaTD, in n-.. titioii-d th prob;I'lr '
suiveHMur of Pr PWlckv,
SIX VOICELESS FANS I FIRE PREVENTION DAY
CHEER SOX BY HAND INTERESTS ALL AWARE
Dttf Mutes Bef .. Park Row
Sere RoaH iw Some
K ater a hit. which hfouahl In the
winning run for Boat n in Philadelphia
yesterday afterno n. evoked a ehorua of
digit .1 approval from four nthtialattic
fans In the crowd in front of the Park
Row bulletin boa-da Two others attevel
a daetvloae exi'lamitlon which even t .
an untrained eye spelled disappointment.
The six watched the contest from the
"batter rupp" to the lat out No thirty
third degree fans were nv re demonstra
tive, yet from flrat to last they main
tained a dlacreet silence. They gave
ocular evidence of the fact that a bug
can be a bug without Jarring anybody'
eardrums ..; imperilling the foundation
of nearby buildings They c mvlnced
an obyrif r who belong to tin- .n:i-
Noiae Society than the Linguae.- of the
rootless r oler listens better rhan anv
Before the game the twelve hands
chattered vociferously, sometimes dial
ler. glnxly. The Philadelphia Angers, ap
parently continuing the oalebratlon f
yeateriln.v'a vlct ry, snapped gOOrnftlUv,
bul the gkaftonlan mannead to die
Wltht ring retorts from beneath the I
thumha When th. Red Sox scored in
the opening inning a B ston gympathlger
uttered a taunt, but the Phlladetphtan
had a reply at bla flngera ends.
Aa the e .litest wore on the twelve
lixita formed word which an onlooker
Interpreted to mean "lobater" or "rob
ber." giving a ground for the surmise
i i.' a gotermlnad though reatralned at-ta.-k
was bell i; m ole on the umpire,
"Anyway." said a really, truly Boston
man who atoo I near, "those fellows are
the only men In this vast crowd In whose
language I am unable to deteet a single
After the game the six men - not to
mention a goisl many others repaired
to a cafe In the neighborhood.
"WhatHltba?" asked the man hehinl
Kach of the sextet held up two linger'.
"Their hands s;.eak for themselves."
commented the lmrkeep.
ConitnlMloner Adninson Vt
Pleased With the Clty'i
Nid to know dint yesterday was Are
prevention day was to remain Indoor
with the windows shut, tight shut eyes'
and stopped ear Sire Commlmdonei
Adamson saw to II that normal persons
going their normal ways should either I
read several dozens of warning signs,
see lire prevention a the movies, lake
part In Are drills or encounter a can
moving picture house in the i
i admonishing again- ;
i oily. All the
r talks on fire.
1 a million i" -the
city . how-ed a tl
the .-arelessness Which
of flrea a ye t in thll
sol Is had 111. drill
prevention, a quarter
tcrs wen- sent otit on
household) rs. Many factories held lite
drills or Issued warnings to their wort
era : all the chtinfiea promised to touch
on the triple to.day. The Mayor's mes
sage was vo.-id widely, and there was a
parade from the Municipal Building to
Be wtyty .second street and back, largely
on Plflfi avenue.
Commlaaloner Adamson said afterward
that the day hud been a distinct sue
cess. The parade, which Ii vetted the
attention of Pit h b venue from Twtnty
lb.nl street to pifly-nlnth, was headed
by mounted police and the Km- 1 1. -I
p.tr'tu.-nt band, which, like the police
t band. Is above the average. Engines
und a book and ladder were Int., lied
I With monitor) Sign The Arst said that
I arson was responsible for ono-quarter
Of last year's t i es Another Said, "Wben
I the shop burns you are out of work,
i Think of this and don't smoke cigarettes
in th,- factory, ,
A cigarette six feet long appeared as
a horrible example, nr.d several girlt
I of Washington Irving llieh School
group. i t represent the Influence of
education to prevent tires, were not horrible.
New Step la Kstsllnnil IftltftrT
Chioaoo Oct. !. HtntOQ ClMhauKli.
had of the i-hd'ago bufMU of t ht J re
pair men t of Justice, will don a rttvr'j
suit to-morrow and Benroh the bottom
of the Chicago River In an effort to de
termine the cause of the ESajrtland disaster.
f A ronurt!..
attend the UN
's" 1 nell Tylrr Mnnnmrnl Monday.
Washington'. ' '.-t
Slonal (leieKaiioii will
veiling ! a monumvnl t Praaldont
John Tyler at Hollywood Ometirv,
RlchlTlond. on Monday. The Senat
COmtnlttt i" to he headed by Senatms
Martin ttid Bwaiuwn f Vlriinln ami tin-
lltnine delegation by RopftMntatlVt
Montagu "f that State
nffee ship 'lowed to I'ort.
f 'lilted States and Itraail Steam
l.'ompany'S freighter Meldersklll
I .s'eiday from Hantoa with a
. of oofljea, -owed Into port by the
' ' g stsgmof Rescue after she had
n eolllglon with some submerged
. sgs on Senteinber h. The aecl.
Iiappentd near Wattling' Island!
the Mcldenkln drifted for ten days
I III lli-itlsh steamer Hespsrldus,
liuenog Ayies for Baltimore, came
ml took her In tow to Havan
Tl e Rescue wa railed from Nor
te bring bar to port
Velvet Cunt Wtth
I ireattnaughf fjrag -s
Far Oonar o a d dJKS a
f 'u and deep , if A
border, pockets ol
'rimmed will fur
riusels. mod' 1 -
I l 11 fl V eolorsd
far menrdina to
lerfividiinl fnsfr .
also mode te
Hudson 0 o
II a h u . i m I'
C a i oral nd
' 1 '
unit a ft I e fur T N
, . " Ill I I J f F If
Tun especial favor
in which P o x
Furs are held
continues. We otter an
tor selection of rare
skins for special orders.
The inclination of pres
ent fashions is decided
ly toward combinations
of various Furs, as well
as Cloth and Fur.
This inclination is well
met by our display of
models ultra, and alsc
the more conservative
Scarfs and Muffs and
Sets are offered in a
wide variety illustrating
the latest modes.
42nJ ancf 43rJ Strut. Iffatof HM Wt.
384 Fifth Avenue.
Telephone, Greeley 2044.
Bet. :nth ami With Nt
Charming Fashions for Women
Are being- shown in the Ready-to-Wear Sections, on the Third Floor, In u vagt aeaortment of exquisite
Imported and American models, many of which have been received during the past week.
Included are Women's Plain and Demi-Tailored Suits, Daytime und
Evening Gowns, Coats and Wraps, Motoring and Sport Garment;
reflecting the newest and most exclusive style notes in design, fabric and coloring.
A VERY SPECIALLY ARRANGED SALE FOR MONDAY
Women's Tailored Suits
of Broadcloth, Whipcord, Gabardine. Vclour de
Laine und Velveteen, copies from Inte.-t foreicn
models, many trimmed with furs,
at $29.75. 35.00 & 45.00
Women's Dressy Coat?
of Broadtail Cloth or Channel Cord Plush, In full
flare model, with large fttr collar, lined throughout
with peau de cygne.
Special at $39.75
Women's Very Desirable Street and Motor Coats
of Chinchillu, Shepherd Checks. Tweeds, Whipcords and Broadcloths,
Very Specially Priced at $21.50
The New Styles in Blouses
Are correctly portntyed in the unusually well chosen assemblage of models now being displayed on the
Second Floor. Fvery smart material, every new trimming and Autumn coloring are shown in designs
that range from the plain tailored model to the most elaborate foreign creation, at reasonable prices.
EXCEPTION AL PRICE ADVANTAGES FOR TO-MORROW
Women's and Misses' Georgette Crepe Blouses
hand embroidered or lace trimmed, with entirely new collar and cuff effects;
in white, flesh and prevailing shades, appropriate for wear with Tailored Suits,
.Special ut $5.50, 7.50 and 9.75
New French Lingerie
An extensive importation has just been received, including very
dainty models made of Sheer Handkerchief Linen combined with
Real Laces, also of French Crepe de Chine prettily hand embroid
ered, all of which are being offered at moderate prices.
Specially featured are Bridal Sets comprising two or three
pieces, the models of which are exclusive with Stern Brothers.
Attmtinn is direct l to.a targe astirtment. of
hand-embroidei ed and hand-made, attractively priced, as follows:
Gowns, . - $2.25, 2.85, 3.25 to 5.25
Envelope Chemises. $2.90, 3.50, 3.95 to 4.50
Drawers, - . $2.15, 2.95, 3.75 to 4.35
Chemises, - $2.10, 2.65, 2.95 to 3.50
Woolen Dress Fabrics
and Autumn Coatings
Are assembled on the Second Floor for every requirement, in a
profusion of rich Autumn colorings, from the foremost manufac
turers here and abroad, at reasonable prices.
Included are Cashmeres and Vicuna Ve
lours, Duvetyn, Plain and Fancy Peau de
Souris, Velour de Laine, in plain colors
and novelty checks and plaids; English
Tweeds and Scotch Mixtures, Broadtail,
Baby Lamb, Astrakhan, Angora Chiffon
Satin and the new, smart Fur Cloths in
colors and black.
VERY SPECIAL MONDAY
i.l ii in floor
Imported Chiffon Broadcloth
finish, in a wide range i
:k; at the extremely low
$1.35 a yard
54 Inches wide, satin finish, in a wide range of the favored colors
and black; at the extremely low price of
The Annual Autumn Sale on
the Main Floor, Monday, will
include the following excep
tional values in
Glace Kid Gloves
2-Clasp Real Kid Gloves,
oversesm sewn; In black,
white, tan, gray or brown,
8-Button Length Mouque
taires, in white only,
Genuine Mocha &
1-Clasp Mocha Gloves,
pique sewn, in shades of gray,
lClasp Cape Glove?,
pris seam sewn, in shades
of tan and white,
Misses' Doeskin LoathtT
Slip-on Biarritz Glove,
in white only; elastic wrists,
Glare G loves,
pique sewn, in ton and white,
The Lace Section
Is showing a large collection of the latest imported t'aris
model laces. Including Silver, Gold, Gun Metal and Flat
Venise; Black Net Flouncing embroidered in gold and
colored effects; also a choice selection of Real Valen
ciennes Edging and Insertion; Real Filet and Cluny.
UNQUESTIONABLE INDUCEMENTS, MONDAY
Net Edgings, Flouncings and
Bandings, embroidered In gold.
silver and gun metal; values 66c
to $7.50 yard, ... at
Real Valenciennes Edgings and
Insertions; values 860 to $1.25
Black Silk La Tosca Nets, t-
inches wide; value 95c a yard,
Flouncings and Allovers
Chantilly and Radium,
white and cream; values 66c
10c to 5.95
at 38c to 2.95
Reproductions of Sheffield
monday axd tuesday vi
WrTkinc; price" cqnclssh s
Monooram nf Ihrrr tstferi mgroMnl IffUhoUi rxlnt rhurg? On
Shi pirlit pl"te ; onr ttripl Ir'tfr ox Royern' nnil qwuli uplr plait
Bread and I Gravy Boat and Double Vege-
Butter Plates, Tray. Meat Disiu's &
.... D1 .. Meat Platters,
6 and 7 inches. Platters 6 & ,7 ins
70c & 95c j at $4.75 ! at $6.85
Ropers' Silver-Plated Tableware
a special and most advantageous purchase of
Spoons, Forks and Knives,
at 59c to 11.60 set of half do.
Unusually extensive and advantageous purchases, con
summated before the general advance in fur prices
occurred, enable ua to offer exceptional
values this season in
Fnr Coats, Wraps, Scarfs and
Muffs for every occasion.
Made of lustrous, supple pelts of only superior grades,
and presenting the very latest approved styles developed
here and abroad.
Fox Muffs and Neckpieces
Of natural red, cross, blue, silver, battleship gray, taupe,
sepia, chocolate and dyed blue,
at $11.50 to 175.00
Perfectly Matched Scarfs and Muffs
Of raccoon, skunk, beaver, fisher, black fox, black and
at $10.50 to 35.00
VERY DECIDED VALUES, MONDAY
Women's Hudson Seal Coats
45 inch length, with skunk or beaver eollar, cuffa and
border; handsomely lined,
Women's Smart Caracul Coats
42 inch length, made of fiat lustrous skins; various
contrasting fur collars,
Quadruple Plated Quadruple Plated
Collee Sets, three . . ,
pjeces Baking Dishes
at $5.50 at $4.35
Quadruple Plated Serving Trays
10, It and 14 Inches, . at $1.15, 2.25, 2.65
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES, MONDAY
Another collection of
Reversible Beauvais Velour Portieres,
in the latest color combinations, French open edges,
at $12.75 a pair
Regular Value $22.50
Also a purchase of imported
Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains
at $3.50, 5.25 and 7.50 pr.
Regular Values $4.60 to 10.50
Oriental Rugs and Carpets
AT EMPHATIC REDUCTIONS FROM FORMER PRICES
Small Size Oriental Rugs
Anatolians, Beloochistans, Shirvans
and Berghamos and other
at 15.00, 9.00 & 11.00
Values up to $17.00
Antique Eastern Rugs
average sizes 4 by 8 wide and 9 by
16 ft. long, including Serebends,
Fereghans, Hamadans, Irans, etc.,
at $39.75 to 150.00
Values up to 1250.00
Room Size Persian Carpets
Size 0 by 12 ft. and larger, In
cluding Mahals, Serebends
at $78.00 to 125.00
Values up to $225.00
Room Size Eastern Rugs
High grade Sarouks and Kir
mans of high decora
at $158.00 to 395.00
Values up to $578.00
Persian Hall Carpets
Sizes 3 to 4 feet wide and 12 to IS
feet long, including
at $28.50 to 75.00
Values up to $125.00
Attractive Chinese Uugs
An unusual assortment of inter
esting designs anicolorings
At Very Reasonable Priees
considering the quality.
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