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WOILD, TVXIDAY, IfOTlMBlK 17y 1114.
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Resinol
SENDING PRICE
BELOW 7 CENTS
Market Sacs Steadily ana
Closes With Losses of From
30 to 40 Points.
fires natural beauty
io skin and hair
There out be n cetnparierm
between a naturally beautiful
complexion and one of the defect
ef which are covered up. Rcslnol
Soap hclpa you to have the right
kind of kin.
It la a delightfully pure aoap,
perfectly aultcd to everyday uie
fa the toilet and bath. Yet to It
are added gentle Rninol balsams.
Ttoe atimulat the porea to heal
thy acUvity, allay IrrlUUona, and
rerent or overcome the complex
tea defect which are so often
aaaaed by neglect. Improper treat
JMnt, or the um of arttflclal alda
I beauty.
fcUbraniraediU. For aampla tn.
Writ, to Dapt. 4-r. Raaiaet, DaMfcoara. Hi.
Far tad WsewVs Reeet.War
1J4 V. jfin OI.,f,;,mlrr.
I
Closing Out
200 Fall arid
Winter Suits
HWnfiaV
.ftersaay
aaaaa.aaea.fav at. ,
Value to $3$
The above offtr'wt includes the latest
Fereije Feshleas ia Brsadclelk. Swat.
CeaMrdaM aad Peel kv Sawwfur trWnmad.
ALTERATIONS FREE
180 Warm
Winter Coats
la Cardurav. Abel int. 311 Hush. Nils-
tarti. BroaJcleth, Newest belted SO.M
ad far trimmed atW 5TW
OTTON SLUMPS
RESERVE BANK HERE
SWAMPED WITH MONEY
133 E. 34th St.
1 J A.M.
VTr.ll.
Ceraer Ijaalaaiea Ave.
Biprrt U AU HraeeSf.
AWohrUlf ri!T!ffl!utfaa. XT
II Mrayjitjli)rtTe flr
I'rlc lumped henvll this after-
noon on coimn r;scnann ramw
and the price of IkrwnW option fell
balrrw 7 rant n pound, n compared
with Urn Initial quotation of 7.46 rents
at the openlM of th xrhanx yea-
erday. All other future declined
In keeplnu with this month of henv-
lent trsdln: and the market closed.
with omrm of from thirty to forty
notnU all around.
There waji alow but etealy aacxinu
from the otJenlns all day. -with iv
pnmljr tnuchlnic cent per iund
for the. low and a final rally at tn
cloae to an even 7 cent. Klnal price
w.ni! nermnber. 7.00: January, i.zii
m., 1.4.1: Mnv. 7.7: July, 7.8H1
Ootolier. M0.
Trartlnr centred In Depeinoer op
tion and the, decline waa attributed
principally to liquidation by mcrancti
n fiha "ayndlcAto that had naaleted
heavily In preliminary arranament
rr nnnnlnr of the exchange by flnan-
rial assistance to carry me iranra .cu
unaattlad at the tlma or tne oiaaa-
. ii
trniia nnaina; juiy
While there wna eome amall huylna;
of pot cotton and accumulation by
.rn flnanclol tnlereata for lonK ao-
count, neither foreign nor domeatlo
hnwlnv nnlora anneared In force ana
,.i.b.i wna narrow ana wrniu
LIIO III... ' " '
Actual exnort tor the day were re
ported a 30,787 balm, an lncreaae
over the aame day laat wrek. but far
behind the nirurea of taat year.
niu rarro shipment or s.ww nap
ulract to Oermnny wna watched with
IntarMt. This iroe In an American
hip. Insured under tne new mov-
ment Insurance plan, ana
prompted by Ilrltaln'a recent lifting
of the ban aalnt cotton Bhlpmenta
to .betllKerenta.
H. D. Cbapln Co. nave pur-
h....i a mtton Excnanae aea. it
li.&oo from Dick llroa. A Co., an aa
vance bf t:,500 over the latt prevloua
aala.
WABHINQTON. Nov. 17. nepoHa
that the Treaaury Department la pre.
paring to drop the 11M.000.MO cotton
pool for the relief or noutnern piani
ere were denied thla afternoon by
Secretary MoAdoo, who declared that
they emanated from certain eelnah
Intaraata. The following atatemen.
waa laauad:
"The HecreUry aald that notwlth
atandlna- the areat Improvement tn the
hualnaM altuatlon hli nnaoclatea on the
Federal Heserve Board, aa well oa ne,
were firmly convinced now.aa they were
at the outeet, that the creation of the
cotton loan fund would bo of great
benefit to the entire country, and that
the general belief that the fund would
be aurcewfully ralaed ha been a con
trlbutlng factor In creating the Im
proved condition and the greater con
fidence which now prevalla, particu
larly In the cotton market."
JiegionaT Institutions Are Sending in
More Than Is Required.
The new rertral Henerv flank !-.
tied down to-day to amooth running
routine bualneaa. Ita principal transaction-,
were continued receipt of re
quired depoalt of reiervft from out of
town Lianka In the New York rtglon.
Aa many banka are (tending In more
than the atalutory tnent, It I
not known yet how much the new In-
atltutlon' boldlnge will exceed the al
lotted 1100,000,000 of relorve fepoelu.
riant for Increasing largely the caeh
In the reaerve bank are now being
formulated In Washington. Thla will
Include a large part of the looee oaeb
now. held In the Treaaury and the
transfer of (lovernment dapoalte now
on call with national hank. The
Treaaury ha not determined yet Juat
what proportion of theie fund will
be banded over to the sew Institu
tion.
The Federal Reaerve Board In
WMhlngton ha called upon -the
twelve regional kfenka tor a report at
the end of tbe Writ week, for eUte
ment of re-dlecount butlnea done and
obeervatlon upon the progreta of
bualneel.
ITEMS FOR INVESTORS.
Kedernl Mining and ftmelllnc pre
ferred1 qua rlerly dlvldent of I per cent. I
piyable Dec. It In dock of record
Nov. 20. -
Produce Kirhante memherhlp ere
now quoted at SH bid. an Inrreao over
prevlotii hid due In Immense export
builnemi In grain.
Chicago Hock tVland and Pacific Rail
way for year ended June JO, tl4, earned
net Income qf 4-10 per cent, on Ita
tTA.O00.0fl0 capital Mock compared with
year. Fly cutting off IJ.74J.I2I In dv.
tr. Hy ruling off lJ,743,llft In dlrl
dende, aurpliit ahnoa an lncrtae of
tUMtl.
National Tranelt Company quarterly
dividend of 7.1 cent a hare la payable
Dec. IS lo utorg or record Mov. n.
About io luted stock are now aetllng
at or above the doting figures et
July 10.
CHICAGO
WHEAT AND
MARKCT.
V. HE1T.
CORN
Hnen, iiian. kww. l.nar,
is- "u m lift lift tl
Mbi'i Nat
:.: if4
fftn.x.
Whaat ooened Irrrnilar. Thrra waa
Ulnar by profetalflnaftradera. who were
gunning for stop-loea orders. In the
aflarnoon tirlra rallied Jtn atnort ra
ports, and news of the destruction of
considerable wheat at tho Oalveaton ele
vator lire. Closed at advances of J-B to
a-l or a cent.
Corn steady at decline. Smaller coun
try oliertnca and weather satisfactory.
Trading light. Csah demand fair,
Closed steady, unchanged.
aaaaaaw
The lenses of Harris Eye
glasses are ground in our own
workshops, and carefully in
spected when completed to in
sure their absolute correctness
before they are delivered to
you.
Harris Eyeglasses cost $2 or
more and are Guaranteed to
give you complete satisfaction.
KA Earf Mi
B4 Waal JXMh M.. nrr Laaf. Are.
ar West 4tk .. bet. nth a .
IM Kit
fvstamlm
near
M.. sear :
At., nisi aai
4th Ave.
If
2a9 i
76 Ksaaaa ft., near Jahn ..St.
1408 aiMlehslaa Av..Wt.amhiaiat-
Nstt daae
S8 Bread B4.. Newark.
le lit uatia
Btraaee C.
Sunday World Wants
Work Monday Wonders.
WW HE QUIT TOBACCO
.yryr.AA
w tl4 aavagniMS at
i.aIa i lass
UUIt 1.1
aar aui.
.sau:
at a traa
raqr ii Sii7., -
in' mma auvti.
, 1 Iwl llk .see ."
iaa a COPS M vHa aa.
oUaa tna
tJSt " Wttw ,4un1. wjeiVsJ era.
rttwi tleor. oer llf sy.4 etW ta
Itor. icrmtt life sn4 lw
it HamlMI ima4. 4tt
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Ikfjl 1 1 1
aactaw,
Mtasashlp Paal Appval rite.
WAKHINUTON, Nov, 17. The dov
arnment's upprsl from tha derision of
the federal District Court of New
York, which wna generally favorable to
the steamship lines In the dissolution
suit against trio so-rnlled Nnrth-Atlantlu
pool, was filed to-day In the Bupreiue
Court.
PERFECT CHEWING 6UMI
PLUS
EXQUISITE PEPPERMINT!
PLUS
ELICIOUS CANDY
BOB5I
-YOUR j
DEALER
IS READY,
TQ SUPPLY
YOU WITH
n n r-
DUDOfi
AND WITH
THE NEW
CHEWING GUM
SPRINBROOT
WITii ITS
TOUCH OF
FIVE CENTS
ffranfeitn Simon Si (Lo.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
, Important Sale Wednesday
Fur Coats and Furs
1 1 1 i
For Women and Misses
This Season's Newest Models in AU the Fashionable Furs
Offered Much Below Regular Prices
For ThU Sale No Goods Sent on Approval
45.00
French Seal Coats
New flare model, collar of Ermine,
Fitch or Skunk, soft silk lining.
RefitUr Price 14)9.50
French Seal Coats
New flare model, collar of Ermlae,
Pitch. Skunk, KoUaaky ; soft Uk lining v.aa
Regular Price $79.50 OO.UU
Caracul Coats
Of light weight Caracul skins, loote
model; collar aad cuffs of Caracul. an fr
Regular Price $69.50 5U.UU
Caracul Coats
Uht weight Carscul skins, collar of
Skunk, Ermine or Opoeaum. pfr i'ifv
Regukr Price $95.00 75.00.
Caracul Coats
la several new models ef Ha Carscul
sklas : collars of Pitch. Skuak or Chin
chilla Squirrel.
Regular Price $135.00
Natural Raccoon Coats
Pull length, flar model, Urge collar
aad cuffs of ssree fur. v r rvrv
Regular Price $95.00 65.00
95.00
Hudson Seal Coats
Of fine quality resl Hudson seal,
collar aad cuffs of Seal; silk lined. yo aa
Regular Priee $85.00 OO.00
Hudson Seal Coats
Full flars model ef light weight Hudson
Seal; collar and cuffs of Seal. -
ReguUr Price $135.00 V5.00
Hudson Seal Coats
Straight full flare model; large collar
of natural Skunk. e e
Regular Price $135.00 1 1 U.00
Real Leopard Coats
Full flare model, collar, and cuffs ot
Fitch or Hudson Seal. s r-
Regular Price $225.00 165.00
Mole Skin Coats
Of well-matched rcsl Scotch Mole,
loose bsch model: collar and cuffa
trimmed with Ermine. a r
Regular Price $165.00 135.00
Persian Lamb Coats
Ot well matched skins, Leipzig dye;
new full flare model, 45 inches long, tar" rf
ReguUr Price $250.00 lod.UU
Hudson Seal Coats
Cottm tf Natural Skunk, Ermlnt, Kolinsky or Filch
135.00 155.00 185.00
ilVf fitv Meet $195.00 to $275.00
Fur Muffs and Neckpieces
, Newftt models of high grade icell matched skins
Neckpieces
9.50 Regular price $16.50
10.50 Regular price $16.50
16.50 Regular price $24.50
16.50 Regular price $24.50
16.50 Regular price $29.50
18.50 Regular price $24,50
18.50 Regular price $24.50
18.50 Regular price $26.50
18.50 Regular priee $26.50
19.75 Regular price $29.50
29.50 Regular price $35.00
29.50 Regular price $39.50
35.00 Regular price $49.50
Black Wolf
Raccoon
Hudson Seal
Civet Cat
Natural Skunk
Black Fox
Fitch
Taupe (dyed) Wolf
Blue (dyed) Wolf
Mole
Black Lynx
Taupe (dyed) Fox
Ermine
Muffs
Regular price $21.50 14.50
Regular price $16.50 10.50
Regular price $24.50 1 8.50
Regular price $29.50 2 1 .50
Regular price $39.50 27.50
Regular price $24.50' 18.5Q
Regular price $39.50 28.50
Regular price $29.50 24.50
Regular-price $29.50 24.50
Regular price $29.50 20.00
Regular price $35.00 29.50
Regular price $45.00 29.50
Regular price $65.00 55.00
Blue Fox Sets
Dyd Mlm Fox Furt u
Large bandaome one akin animal muff,
with large animal scarf.
White Fox Sets
A'qfurai White Fox Furs
Large handsome one skin animal muff,
with lafgc animal scarf.
Stem Brothers
42nclanJ43rJStrsts;i63toffiMShnu
.Continuation Sale, To-morrow, of the most reliable class of
Women's, Misses9 and Children's
Fur Garments, Neckpieces and Muffs
AFFORDING a rare opportunity to effect a saving of at least one-third
-t- 4l, 0ni ...! ::i i.:u i
WOMEN'S COATS
French Seal, - at $45.00,
Caracul, -
Hamster,
Bisnm Seal, -Gcnuino
Sealskin,
Scotch Moleskin,'
Persian Lamb,
$49.50,
$42.50,
$64.60,
195.00,
100.00,
135.00,
55.00
69.50
75.00
85.00
376.00
150.00
195.00
FUR SETS
Natural Itaccoon,
Black Fox,
Bisam Seal,
Beaver, -Black
Lynx, -Natural
Skunk,
Dyed Blue Fox,
MUFFS SCARFS
at
10.00
16.60
$19.60
$24.00
$25.00
$27.50
$37.50
14.60
$12.00
$15.00
$17.00
$26.00
$12.60
$30.00
Also for To-morrow, another very unusual offering of
Misses' and Small Women's Tailored Suits
of broadcloth, gabardine and unfinished wor
steds, in scnl, brown, Russian green, navy
and block; fur and velvet trimmed,
at $19.75
Actual Value $35.00
of velveteen, broadcloth, corduroy and gabar
dine, in the most desirable colon; abort and
medium length coats, many fur trimmed,
at $34.75
Actual Value $47.00
Oriental and American Rugs
TOMORROW and the remainder of the week, continuation of the extra
A ordinary clearance sale, involving our entire stock of choice weaves and
every wanted size, at unprecedented price concessions.
Small and Medium Sized Oriental
Rues, including Hamadan; Beloochistaa,
IMossoul, Kurdistan, Fereghaa, Etc.
Formerly from $0.85 to 58.00,
Room Size Oriental Rugs,
in the popular weaves, including Scrapie,
Mahal, Scrcbtnd, Bidjar, Khiva, Sarouk and
Kirmunshah, Formerly 8110.00 to 850.00
at $65.00 to 575.00
Persian Hall Runners,
in the much desired narrow widths; For
merly from $30.00 to 78.00,
at $19.75 to '49.50
at $6.75 to 39:75
High Grade Royal Wilton Rugs,
sizes from 6 by 9ft. to 11 ft S by IS ft
Formerly from $0,50 to 73.50,
" at $17.25 to 58.00
The Upholstery Department
Will place on sale to-morrow, the following very exceptional values:
Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains,
at $3.50, 4.25 and 6.50 a pair
Values $5.00 to 8.50
Lacet Arab Curtains,
at $2.50L 3.75, 4.90 to 12.50 pair
rf "Values $3.05 to 17.50
Imported Madras Curtains, Values $2.75 to 5.75 pair, at $2.25, 3.15, 4.25
Imported Single Bed Sets and Filet Stores, in sniall lots only,
; at corresponding price inducements.
The China and Glassware Sale
WILL be continued to-morrow, featuring the following items, at large
reductions that cannot fail to attract attention.
Limoges China Dinner Sets,
100 pieces, choice of two border
designs,
Value $31.50. at $24.50
EpgHsb Porcelain Dinner, Sets,
107 pieces, choico of pheasant or
flower design; Value $40.75, at $35.00
Austrian China Dinner Sets,
107 pieces, incrusted gold
border design; Value $85.00. at $69.00
"Old Abbey" China Dinner Sets,
107 pieces, ebony nndgold lines,
gold handles; Value $89.00, at $75.00
"Shelley" English China Dinner Set,
bow knot, wreath design,
gold handles; Value $180.85. at $95.00
Bohemian Glass Table Set,
72 pieces, thin blown,
needle etched; .Value $14.50, at $9.86
Hungarian Glass Table Set,
72 pieces', Roman
gold band; Value $18.25. at $14.25
French "Baccarat" Table Set,"
72 pieces,
, etched glass; Value $31.00, at $23.75
Madeira Hand Embroidered Linens
To-mOrrow, at very much below prevailing prices
Tray Covers, at 35c, 75c, 1.00
Napkin Pouches, nt 38c, 55c, 70c
Show Towels, at 75c, 1.15, 1.60
Centerpieces, " 95c, 1.65, 2.00
Dresser and
Buffet Scarfs, nt $2.95, 3.25, 3.75
Luncheon Sets, ' $3.95 4.95, 6.75
Tea nnd Luncheon
Napkins, doz. $4.25, 4.75, 6.60
Tea Cloths, at $5.75, 6.75, 9.00
Luncheon Cloths, 8.75, 11.00, 15.00
Lingerie
Cushion Covers, at 1.95, 2.60, 3.76
Also several hundred odd pieces of Hand-made Lace Trimmed and Embroi
dered Tea, Luncheon and Banquet Cloths at One-Half Former Prices.
The Greatly Enlarged Toy Department
ON the Fourth Floor, affords unlimited selection of tho better class
of Imported and American Toys, at most inviting prices.
$6 Juvenile Automobiles, $4.25
Fainted in bright colors, lody of steel;
wheels have rubber tires; suitable for
children four to six years.
Parcheesi Games, - vat
Excellent edition of this popular house
game with implements for four players.
Very Special for To-morrow:
$7.50 Doll Perambulators, $5.00
Enameled wood bodies; 27 inches long;
upholstered in leatherette; rubber tired
wheels.
Mechanical Walking Bear, $1.00
Walks forward or backward aad will turn
to the right or left aa desired. ,
THE
Pries fB$i
68.00
Voitf $i6.00
-V
PHmfmS 85.00
Vslus $149.00
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