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f TH1 Tfjmff WOBLD, THUBIDAT, VOVIMB1B 98, 1911. GOMPERS MUS I FACE NEW TRIAL FOR CONTEMPT ORIGINAL FASHIONS FOR HOME DRESSMAKERS: PA TTERN MODEL Justice Wright Refuses to Di miss Charges Against Him and Others. LABOR MEN ARE ANGRY Delegates to Federation Con- vention Resent Action of Washington Court. I ' WABHT.VGTON, Nor. St. Bartm; , Owipwi, John Mltrneil and Ftank Mor- rlaon. the labor leader, muat attain stand trial In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia on rliarfe of oon- I tempt ar:.t. out of tha Duck Hiova Iand Rang eae. Jostle Wright .o-day harried down a dectalon overruling tha motion of tha Jabor leadara for a dlamtaeal of MM pro reading under the atatute of llmlta- tton. The Court hrtd that contempt of court la not claaaed aa criminal and con I aaquently not eubjert to tha bar of tlia ! Statute of limitation. I Tha Supreme Court of the United ' State recently dlemlased the orlflnavl . caaee against Meaar. nompcra, Mitchell ' and Morrison, but care the lower ' oourt the rlrht to ! Inn. At thla time it ween the atove renew the proceed - the controversy be corropany and the IAmerloan Federation of Labor hud been aattlad. Notwtthetandln; thla. however. vastlce Wright took the around thai the dignity of the Dlatrict Supreme I Court' order had been violated and again cltod the labor leader to appear and defend thrmaetve. In addition to overrulm- the plea for abatement under the atatute of llmlta- 'lloma, Juatlce WrlaTht dlamlMed the mo tion which charged the Court with tin- twnniDir aciay in manner me cnargee of alleged contempt on the ground that ttiay were frlrolou and without merit. In thla connection Juatlce Wright aald: "Nor doea the court aay that these paragraph are not of an afTrontlva and lnaolent nature, which would Justify and perhapa ought to require the etrlk. jlng of them from the frlea. I "Of the fallacy that alleged oontem nors are conteetlng wjth the udea, tha I contemner cannot ton aoon unload thetr minda. for It charge of contempt are -true, the contest I again it the eu- araaiy of law." Juatlce Wright declined alao to grant th request of Oompere and his eo rlatas that tha testimony be taken In open court. lie gave the respondent three day In which to agree with tha committee of proaeoutora upon the au- Dotnoment of a commtaston.r to hear rhe evidence. f ATLANTA. Oa.. Nor. IS News of '. Juatlce Wright decision adverse to Ootnpe-. Mitchell and Morrison waa received with anger by the delegation jto th American Federation of Labor 'convention, who Immediately broke lejto group to discus It. v. fore hearing of tha declalon a com mittee had crltlclaed Justlcu Wright .In tha following term: "la the opinion of thla committee the whole proceeding haa more of the kharacterlatlca of peraecutlon than trial tend It la vary difficult Indeed to under stand tha conduct of Judge Wright under th theory that ho la lacking in th tamper and qualMlcatlona that hould and do ueually conatltute the Judge and we cannot help but express our deep regret- that a man ao lacking In judicial temperament ehould vr have been elevated to the bench." Th convention to-day endoreed every clause of Oonipera annual report and tnada It the official report of the convention. 1SIXTY LIVES LOST AS TRAIN PLUNGES INTO RIVER FLOOD Forty Others in Crash on Road in France Save Themselves as Torrent Rages, ririm, iTI f JB&totlkjl K 1 DESCRIPTION. JHJrrQE J I I Stgtvt I swagger for a m L FNf Masr! wAtST developed In golden brown velveteen J' I trimmed with brown fur The wal?: If -fe JEj.i lfeVv f ) made to cros in the lefl side In front, iJ5fv '.':'Zr.'ljF m J ' J Cu" I having large revere, which termlnait f'"1fv vaBV5svW$'''' ' ,n "0' :'' br"'1' "f whit fn ft IzSGSBKB&X ' broadcloth r.iK.i with fur. The 'ang lliuJi ' ''i&S&S&'. -"CA "leeve et in at a dropped shoulder line Ummkff-'- ySBr'.V fTVaef""! 1 ' B"v "PP'ted cuff of white broadcloth, Willi' 'ttSHjVfk L- J I J whloh Mr also finished with th- fur. lfr l Uul1 on fur but,on '" fatten the VlldlUii ', ' '''NfflBe.' ' ''Wl tmLr blouss above ti e belt, two of (ame be- ooilABBlJllltlf.:'' i' oi'-'tlBR . '"'1 Itie belt fasten the skirt, which has nl HkV liv-' v '"'jie J f 7 "mtTt ruu' K',,,' "' "'" bot,om of :h ; I ll ssas'pfe i rgrjV.J r', .ejpKf JT iao coLtga r,Ki M'- belnB r,"n'"'1' with a band of I J SjMqsn.r 'JUf m fur. which edge the ek'rt A whltr I j " lltT ' jM -n broadcloth belt held with for sr,p. I. I BSlliS,' M( '' 91 r complete the costume. The '1-v-i. re- aSBKm Ml' ' 'r 1 qulraa eight yarda of velveteen, oni V Kjv3,- l'wA 'J W ! yr(1 nf ,'r"'",,'ln'h a!"1 'our ar-I' ,r MtXfl' 'irl''M. aatla. Vrom a small yoke of cream tiUH uJOKa''' W 0B wa,,t to tni lt Ua In JFjKK0T front would be eaTectlv. The dress A I mf''00S&f' 0I"" i0wi ,n bok' V, 9 I jrJf"' advle Low to have Jasalaaaaa aaaaV I rflS black meisallne dreaa made? I would H 9jaW'9l 9sW I IJJijf ll1" to 'im trimmer with some . t.i.rrv I y VB color am thirty vr of age, five K '''aB- 4 I VW tt feet, alx Inchea tall, have reddish brown i ll 1:1 I I tSX h 'U' rUV l''"' "v"' "" complexion l Wl I, U "If and weigh ono hind red and forty 2 ) pound. c. C. F. J I H ' I w.. . a m lamiii it. freaa, rsrsaltas; ease th red. above a e ef have the short Msasws alee res edged with two-taeh wide silk mage, allow ing th red llavlag to satsad to th edge ef th frlage. rtadsh th shirt la taalo sfsst three lavaass from th ssttom, aad flnlah with frlage three Isehee wlds, whloh wUI shew throngh the red llaUg. MM. C. II Th most prettoal way of harlag yonr salt made woald be to hare th ekIM ata gored, with panela bash aad fro art, th ess, about at lash long, with panela also. Thsa th Kit ooald be trimmed with email painted pieces of velvet tuning laward a th passu of the osat aad skirt, with three velvet button, ahoy eash ef theaa. Trim ths aleeve with a pointed piece of velvet, with th bnttone above, aad fasts ths eoat with three large velvet hattoas below large velvet revere. Af ter the first winter these velvet tonohes can be removed. Th black marqnl estt bloaee would be pretty SMds up ovr lavender or Alio Ma aad trimmed with -eada aroaad th yoke, and small bios or lavender batteae on each eld. of ths frsat from th halt to the hast lias, rialah the slbow elssve with a cream las piped with ate ealla t yoke aad ssliar "Bromo Qulnlno" Laxative Brotno Qulnlno tmn usiisitii ths tah aaaw It that atgasrare SB every bee ffj ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Dear Paahtro VA tea- Would vou tell me how much mate rial la required for the design printed on nov. s? Would It make up all right With Mack chiffon elnth nu,r vnllnw OP Pink satin for informal dancee? Thought to navs short sleeves finished with nar row let fringe and edge end of nanela with wide jet fringe. Would Ilka nock to end at edge of bolero, but don't know how to flnlah It. What other irlmnnn- more suitable for evening dreaa could 1 use down the front Instead of hutiona and loops? Where does dress close, and where could I obtain a pattern of th bolero? MOB. EVELYN II. Ths dealrs reemliee Ave vara, of ax is a InshSS -vide aau) . ..a . v.i yards of eblffon oloth. Tour anggea- tton or material, aad trimming l vary rood, rialsh ths neck with a piping or yellow aatla showing a hit or oream taws boots, a Black velvet belt and email Mao velvet bow down the front would he .tractive. oloaei dowa the back. DM Fail ion Editor: Will you kindly advise how to have a black mraaallne dreaa made? I would like to have It trimmed with some color. I am thirty yeare of age, five feet, alx Inchee tall, have reddlah brown hair, gray blue eyea, aallow complexion and weigh one hundred aad forty pound. c p ays your drass to op.n dowa th left elde rront with loop of use raid grssn soutsohs aad email black vel vet button.. Trtai to the elbow the long ala.vae, rrhloh should hs set la with a cord to a dropped armhole, with th velvet buttons aad loops slaw a deep Bailor cellar of eater.. j grssa chiffoa sloth, start from a abort rouad yoka la front aad fall law la tha back. A aaah of msmllsa with ths sad weigh ted with tassels sould tt oa th right Bids bask. MRS. H. HALL. Macs ths gray ap over quite a bright oolor paaJl aatla Mar a deep raver of Tealae laos start at ths rifht aids of a rouad yoke aad satsad to th laft aids of a black vel vet belt. Bars short sleeves ef th la set In st a low-dropped armhola, aad dalshsd on ths bottom with black velvet, Th gMrt could opea up th left aids froat, aad out away to th right at th bottom, revealing a bit of lass attached to a two-la oh bead of i black velvet, which flalahss the bottom of shirt. Tor th black haw a THIS drawing how the great pace now occu pwdbytheS.Lieb. man.i'd Sons Brew ery, Brooklyn. 57 yean ago it occu pied but one snail building. PALE RIPE RHEINCOLD Bris eold every where. CmU bat $1 for 24 bot tle la Greet er New Tdjan ! SAUMUR. France , 0v. 2S BUty-pae peager.. It Is eatlmatn.1, lot their Uvea through the plunging of a train intu the river Thouet early to-day, owing to the breakdown of a railroad bridge on the ftate railway at Montreull-llcllay In he Department of th at dlBd at fjsja. Ths train, wMoh had alut ted from Anger, waa Ira Veiling to Poltlsrs. It icoatalned about lu hunjifcl pa-hen-gere. While n a croaalng the brid.-e ver in jnouti ii, e atruehre, whloh td been greatly nrnko.'ied by recent loods, broke down, crashing with the rhole of tho car. lot, the bwullen ay of the r'a'''n8cri who euc- -ceeaea in getting out of the can khraugh the windows tried to aave tuemsel.'ea by cllng'ng to the lop of tree which .hoai-d jbovo the turfaoe M the wulvr. In moat caaoa, however, they won guickly Hashed awuy by the rushing current. All 'he hoaU In the locality had been parried off by the flood, to that Ii waa Imposalblt for lb ptiple of th uelg i porhood tj aulat much In the v.ork or leocue I Wo . I" , It " - as to the number or tnt or a to ah ri-oid. but it beMaved thai lirty .'.i aixty i.avu beun Satt;i I using of red mmm I vsjsay 1 BROOKLYN OPPENOTlM.(SUINSx(g Fulton and Bridge Streets. Brooklyn On Sale Friday, Nov. 24th $40 Tailored Suits, $20 Women's & Misses' Tailored Suits The Season's best selling models of Broad cloth, Wide-Wale Serge, Fancy Mixtures, and Cheviot; prevailing colors. Velvet and Braid Trimmings. Formerly sold to $40.00 20.00 Velour and Plush Coats Dressy full length models of Imported Silk Velour 22.50 and Plush; handsomely braided and Fur Coat and models richl lined values $35 to $55 32 5Q Women's Chiffon Waists Smart and attractive models -lined in various materials, fancy trimmed and embroidered in black and colors to match new fall tailored suits. 2.95 3.95 Values to $12.00 5.00 L Stem Brothers'" -a Jewelry Departments large assortments of articles Appropriate for Holiday Gifts v are now being shown, including inported Novelties in Watches, consisting of Enamelled Beetle, uall, Finger Ring, Bracelet and Medallion Watches in combina tions of 14 Karat Gold and Platinum with Diamonds. Platinum Jewelry mounted with Diamonds and Pearls, includ ing Corsage Pins, Pendant Ear Rings, Bracelets, Lavallieres, Sautoirs, Solitajre and Dinner Rings, Men's Dress Sets Cuff Links, Scarf Pins and Vest Chains. Silver Enamelled Vanity Cases, Puff Boxes, Bonbonnieres, Lip Salve Cases, Cigarette Cases, Bracelets, Bar Pins, Lockets and Chains. Ostrich Feather Pans with Mother-of-Pearl, Real Amber and Tortoise Shell Sticks, Choice Carved Ivory, Lace and Vernis Martin Fans, Opera Glasses, Lorgnettes and Hand-made Bead Bags. Special Values To-morrow MISSES' LAVALLIERES, 14 Karat Gold, in Rose or English finish, with amethyst, topaz, turquoise matrix and Montana sapphire finished with Baroque pearl. Value $7.50 WOMEN'S GOLD BRACELETS, 14 Karat, plain or hand engraved. Value S16.00 STERLING SILVER BAGS, 5 and 6 inch, pierced frames, with full mesh, Values up to S30.00 WOMEN'S GOLD WATCHES, 14 Karat, with 7 Jewel Waltham movements, case with inside cap. Value S19.50 MEN'S THIN MODEL GOLD WATCHES, 14 Karat, with 15 Jewel Waltham movements, Value S36.00 at at at $4.75 .13.75 18.50 15.75 29.50 Photograph Frames Attention is directed to an extensive collection of Imported Bronze and Enamel, French Gilt, Leather, Mahoganv and Fancv Silk Frames. Also Sterling Silver Oval and Square Frames, plain, engraved and etched, in sizes ranging from miniatures to the largest made. FOR TO-MORROW, ANOTHER OFFERING OF Sterling Silver Frames, c A n- one inch wide, bevel face, for pictures, 7 to 9 inche, 4. 75 Value $7.95 West 23d and 22d StTcet A real woman takes pride in the home-table. You find this pride keenest among the intelligent and com petent. Notice how many dainty anfl particular housewives provide their tables regularly with &000dffiL Soups Using our amber-clear kinds with specially heavy dinners; our delicious vegetable kinds with more moderate repasts; and our substantial meat soups now and then to help out a very lignt meal. Thus giving the daily menu a pleasing variety without worry or fuss. Isn't this a useful suggestion for you? 21 kind 10c a can Asparaaus B.l Bouillon Celerv Chicken MulliBtwnv Mutton BrotS Oa Tail Va r reset rot Thr neaative I've taken Ol that label red-and-whltc. AfiJ (Miitou. Ua lb wak.n Arc e poailiv dellsht." Chicken Qasass (Obra) l'rintnir I lam Bouillon Tomato Claai Chowder TomatoOkra Cun.omme 'eitahl. Julienne Vermicelli Tomato Mock Turtle Jus add k4 r ater, Mng to a boil, and terv. Jon en CairBLL Company Camden N J Look for the red-and-white label 1 Lord & Taylor Fomndti i86 i Fine Assortment of Neckwear For Holiday Gifts Flowered Chiffon Scarfs $1.25 to $3.93 Bended Dresden Scarfs $3.95 Fancy Tinsel Scarfs $ , .95 Fancy Marabout Capes $8.95 to $18.00 Marabout Stoics $9.75 to $16.50 Irish Crochet Side Frills 75c to $. Irish Crochet Collars $3.95 and 85.S5 Irish Crochet Stocks $1.95 Silverware for Gifts Attractive Prices j ALUMINUM BARRETTES Set with rhiuestone.; square, oval and fancy shapes $3 75 Values $5.00 to 410.00 JEWEL BOXES French gilt ami silver plated $2.95 Formerly 4.30 and $5.95 FLOWER BASKETS Silver plated, for tabic decora- lioM 50v and 7.5c OVAL TILE PLATEAUS Nickel rim $1.00 MARMALADE JARS Silver plated rover and handles, $1.0.", $20 nnd $2.95 Stiver Deposit Articles Comports $1.00; value $1.50 Bon Bon Dishes 50,.; $1.00 Cruets $1.05; " 08.50 Lemon Plates 7.5,.; 0145 Marmalade Jars $1.05: " $9.00 Lace Trimmed Linens At Half Usual Price At Pries Doylies. . . .dozen, $1.00 & $8.00 $3.20 & $0.00 Centrepieces, each, $1 .25 $2.50 Tea Cloths . .each, $2.10 totO.OO $4.25 to $12.50 Scarfs each, $9.10 $4.95 Broadway & 20th St.; .lli Ave.; lOtli Music by Nihan rrankc a Orchestra. Restaur; r , Uatl SIXTH AVE 9T JO STREET. NEW YOPX This Remarkable Piano Sale Closes on Saturday For the last two days we have arranged the most rMii;trkahlc bargains of all. Special Terms: m aA Waa. a earaa I 1 5U uays tree i r Trial in Ynnr T Own Home Then paymenti may brgin as low m 1 a Week A Few Items for To-morrow A Fine Hazelton Upright Deep, neb tone; full size; contuiiis the famous Wessell, Nickel & Gross action. Kasily worth $tdQ.0O, $ f Not on sale till 9 o'clock liiU r t A Beautiful Knabe Up- 1 Auerbach Upright. 195 right. II T5.00 Tali baulifsl Coloaial mako. In mahngnny rac; splrnaul ... . . . .. " tone; ereell.-nt condition. An Hnv 1 ' e ' "'" tho initrumeat any inuaician will be Krratcit value in our uarrmoint proud of. Original cot, $475. ly all MMMU SM this liarjjain. J t A Here Are Some Excellent Instruments for $75 1 8&v.v.::;::::;:::: Chooseat $75 1 Mueblfeld Upright ' .... .. . 9 1 Horsce Waters I'pright .,,u " Wlglrtod with (hear 1 Krakauer Upright I lanoa. fcvery OBt nuaranle ,. 1KB;::: :::::: ::::::: Terms SPlX 9100 and many other. J a Week. 80 Bargains in all for to-morrow. Wa are sole representatives for the famous NEEDHAM PIANOS Eltra gaatolal We are lelllns on the club nlan a Bum VVKim in ... Dir.irejrm. .... ... . - ,: t r- tTreurlli Floer. i Cfawfoe G.. Sth A., New Yerfc Cira i i iiaaavisjiii ii ) J.!, tm0t it. T"