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Publicity Attending Them Results
in Treatment for Many Per
sons Needlessly Deformed.
Health Department doctors to-day
Bain i'.aimued seventy-nvo patients
in the preliminary rxamlnution for
the next T-rcnz illnjr- for cripple at
the -Department ot Ifcaiili Uuildinff.
No 50'i t'curl Street, Friday morn
Ins. The patients began arriving bo
fore S o'clock for the 10 o'clock ex
aminations Virtually all ot them
weie the chlldtoii of forclgn-born
parents
"Although wc have had many pa
tlcn'n whose parents aro native
boin,' said Dr. .Jacob Sobel. Assist
ant Director or the Bureau of Child
Hjslcnc, "the majority ot them ate
tho children ot tho forclgn-born. We
sec them hero most, l think, because
the par.nts, not wholly familiar wllli
the opportunities they've ahvajs had
for adequate treatment in city hos
pitals, have delayed having their
children treated and have been
awakened through tho visit of Dr.
Lorenz to tho necessity as well as
the opportunity to do something.
'J,vicsc examinations will do a lot to
ward helping others through making
thousands familiar with tho services
rendered by city institutions."
Dr. Loreni, who spent the Christ
mas week-end with friends on Long
Island, returned to the city to-day.
He will hold his usual Wednesday
clinic at Brooklyn to-morrow.
New Haven Coroner Holds Building
Inspector and Theatre Heads
Criminally Responsible.
NEW HAVEN, Doc. 27. City
Building Inspector Joseph K. Austin,
Lawrence K. Carroll, manager of tho
theatre, and Alfred a. Ulack, Presi
dent of tho Connecticut Theatres
Cotporatlon which controlled tho
theatre, nrc held criminally responsi
ble for the deaths of nine persons In
the Hlalto Theatre flro of Nov. 27. In
. finding by Coroner 1311 Mix to-day.
MRS. GEORGE W. ELKINS
WEDS SAMUEL ROTAN
CniillnllKl' Wlitorr, Worth $30,-
0(1(1.(100. )larr.ra Ills l.mryer.
CINCINNATI. Dec. 27. Announce
Hunt was received In Covington to-day
of tho marriage of Mrs. Alllc Ludlow
Uikln. widow of Geoigo . Klklns, ;o
."(linnet llot.'tn. n Icadln; attorney of
1'Mladclphlu, the ceremony taking place
at noon yesterday at Mrs. Elklns's
Southern lionic, Tolly Farms, near
Savannah. Ga.
Mrs. Elk In. Is a nlc.e of Mrs. Henry
C. Bruce of Covington, and Is well
known In social circles In Cincinnati.
Mr. itotan waj Mr. Hiking's counsel
and was closely associated with the
capitalist In many ot the vast financial
enterprises with which he was con
nected Mrs. Klkins was married to Mr. Klklns
J-inf 19, 1917. Mr. Elklns died on Oct.
23, 1919. Tho widow Inherited a for
tune estimated at nearly 130,000,000.
Uctectlra Climb Through Broken
Glaum to Capture Snipect. ,
Detectives Durnlnjr and Dougherty ot
tho East 10th Street Station last night
arrested Frank Itcggto. fifteen years
old, of No. 327 Cast 107th Street, and
Anthony Cortesl, samo nge, of No. 339
East 112th Street, on charges ot Juvo
nilo delinquency.
According to tho detectives, liicy saw
Bcgglo In Henry Frlcd's grocery at No.
2U63 Second Avcnuo trying to open two
cash registers. Ho l.ad entered by
breaking tho glass In tho front door.
Durnlng squeezed through tho opening,'
am seized tho boy. Dougherty naw
Cortesl concealed In a ncaroy doorway
and caught him after a chase.
SlORn
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$3.00 up J
HERO
ELLA
At All Dept. Stores
t r I . I Q nn.
Hero inside out simply
pull it back again. A
new frame if the wind
breaks it. ,
MILLER BROS. & CO.
Manufacturers
NEW YORK
None Genuine Without This Trade Mark
Dll mist tr rVinniTun ItudUIJ ot A UCrt uad
SIM nir t nfinMrr rst min I hnf IT? k Tnr" rvtr k T1 To
USD AY, DEORMBER
ACCUSE TWO BOYS OF
TRYING TO ROB STORE
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.
Broadway at Ninth, New York
Telephone 4700 Stuyvesant
JACKMANS
Annual Sale
FUR COATS
Direct from Wholesaler to Consumer
BEGINNING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27TH
which is one week earlier than our sale started last
Winter, and will continue until all our $1,000,000
wholesale reserve stock is sold direct to the public
At Prices Which Will Be
A Revelation To New Yorkers
There is a great advantage in selections
here to the early arrivals.
There will be a special staff of experienced fur salespeople to wait upon
the crowds of eager fur buyers that annually attend this event.
This vast wholesale array of fur garments is not to be compared with
the various little assortments to be seen about town.
There are thousands and thousands of Fur garments ready to be picked
out of our stocks and worn home by their pleased and happy purchasers.
Our stockrooms and salesrooms both here in New York and in our Cleve
land establishments are full of FUR COATS ready for the wearer her
self to come and take them home.
Our dealers (more than 5,000 in number) all over the United States have
been supplied for the season and no longer need this great assortment
to draw on to supply their stocks.
Fur $
Coats
50 75"s$ 100
Coats of Caracul and American Broadtail in black and Taupe color, 30 and .
36 inch lengths 5150
Mole Wraps and Hudson Seal Wraps, full length, for small women '200
Siberian Squirrel Coats, Natural Gray or Blended Brown; 36 inch lengths . . ?250
OUR WHOLE STOCK AT PROPORTIONATELY LOW PRICES
NOW New York has its onnortunitu to apf. the
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bargains we always have to otter at this time,
after our dealers have been supplied.
Coats and Wraps Scarfs and Boas
Chinchilla
Russian Sable
Hudson Bay Sable
Mink
Broadtail
Kolinsky
Persian Lamb
Baby Lamb
Australian Seal
Alaska Seal Pony Silver Fox Russian Sable Skunk
Hudson Seal Lion Cross Fox Baum Marten Fitch
Ermine Leopard Taupe Fox Stone Marten Fisher
French Seal Skunk Brown Fox Hudson Bay Sable Squirrel
Caracul Nutria Black Fox Australian Opossum Mole
Squirrel Coney Gray Fox American Opossum Seal
Beaver Opossum Platinum Fox Kolinsky Beaver
Raccoon Civet Cat Kitt Fox Wolf Ermine
Muskrat White Fox Mink Lynx
Blue Fox
WM. JACKMAN'S SONS
America's Largest Wholesale Furriers
35 WEST 35th ST.
Established
Since 1660
NEW YORK
everal events differ exceptional economies- Wednesday
Something Extra:
Kidskin Gloves for $2
We have hod pique sewn kidskin gloves as low
as $2.50. but not as low as $2. They arc of very
fine quulitv. Pique sewn., in brown, beaver, black
and whit".
, Noolty Gauntlets, $4.50 and $5.50
Many different designs and. effects.
Main Floor, Old Dulldlng
5,000 yards of SILKS in
short lengths, at very much
lowered prices, Wednesday
A Rood way to invest Christmas gift-money
We reduced these silks in order to make room for large
incoming stocks. There are all sorts of alluring silks in the
group taffetas, crepes oe chine, black silks, metal bro
cades, velvets, chaimpuse, satins, fancy silks, delightful
print silks in odd patterns.
And when you think of the things that- you may do
with them and se3 the substantial reductions in price you
will not hesitate.
Enough for pillow lops
for table runners;
for coat linings;
for blouses;
A Good Sale just for
Girls of 6 to 16 years
JoO Topcoats at $21, $24 and $34'
Original prices were fdil.50 to $50.50
130 coats, cacli fur trimmed, beautifully tailored in
many distinctive stvles some copies and adaptations of
chic French creations. Materials painstakingly selected
for their lovely appearances and long wearing qualities.
Silvertip Bolivia, p'ain Bol'via, Pollyanna cloth, wool vel
ours, wooi chinchilla clctl. and Belaire cloth.
Hand-finished lin'ngs aro of pcau de cygnc and Venetian, and
c--cr coat is warmly Interlined throughout.
The large shawl and softly rolling collars arc of carefully selected
pi.lt raccoo:i, opossum, beaver, nutria, badger, fitch opossum
Also Lovely Velvet Frocks, $14, $19 and $23
Original ;ric were $l'J.50to $19.50
50 frocks smarrly fashioned in several very attractive
styles. All velvet: velvet and jersey;. velvet and Canton
crepe; velvet and pongee. Brown; navy blue, wine and
black.
Sizes C u 10 in ths lot, hut not in every style.
Third Floor, Old Building)
for one-piece frocks;
for costume slips;
for evening gowns;
for -lamp shades.
Lengths of from one yard to five yards.
Silk Rotunda Main Floor, Old Dulldlng
The Annual Winter Sale
at Boys9 Wash Suits
$325
Beginning Wednesday morning
1,200 fins suits for 3 to 10 year )
olds; ?4 to $8.50 grades (
1,200 of the most attractive little wash suits that we
have ever had in our stocks. Well selected styles, well made
suits, materials of the very best quality for the purpose.
Oliver Twist, Russian and Middy styles
Plain fabrics and stripes, and combinations such as
white waist with colored khee trousers; of drill, gabardine,
poplin chamhray, and m the small sizes, very attractive
suits of silk.
Some have detachable collars. Some of the middy suits
l ave lac3 sides and pearl buttons. Some have embroidered
emblems Other. in the Oliver Twist style have frilling and
touches cl embroidery on collnrs and cuffs.
The Guits arc all from the best makers in the country
They are thorpuphly up to the Wanamaker standard in
every way, and there its a selection that will satisfy any
One. Third Floor. Old Building
Put your Christmas money
into a GOOD PIANO
America's largest choice uprights, grands,
player-pianos, Reproducing pianos. Conven
ient tcmiS. First Gallery, New Building. '
An Important Outgoing
of Fine Coats for Women
$34 $54 $78 $98 $145
Our $49.50 $75 and $79.50 $94 to $110 $125 to $145 $165 to $185
grade grades grades grades grades
Every coal and wrap in this sale was tailored to our order of materials chosen by
us for the superiority of their quality, and fashioned in smart, authoritative models.
The majority of them have generously proportioned collars (many with cuffs, too) of
carefully selected furs.
The coats arc BLACK, rich browns, blues and taupe tones the colors which re
ceived the cachet of fashion for this season.
It will be a pleasure to examine the fineness of the plain colored crepe-dd-chine and
pcau-de-cygne linings, we are sure.
Surprising array of materials and furs
The Loats at $.J1
Bolivia cloth and Normandy cloth; some with
ojt fur collars, others with collars of moleskin,
natural opossum seal dyed coney and beaver
dyed coney.
The Coats at $54
Pollyanna cloth, Mardinc, PanvclaiiiP, Kash
mir radiant superba cloth and Gcrain cloth; un
trimmcd or with collars of nutria, moleskin wolf
and beaver
The Coats at $78
Murvclla, Wondura, Gcrain cloth, Pollyanna
cloth, Kashmir radiant or Panvelaine; untrimmcd
or with collars of beaver, moleskin, wolf, squirrel
or caracui.
The Coats at $98
Vcldyne, Marvella, Alonza cloth, Kashmir rad
iant and Pollyanna, trimmed with beaver, mole
skin, squirrel, caracul and wolf. Some with coli
lars and cuffs.
The Coats at $145
Kvora, Marvella and Dclphinc, trimmed with
very fine dyed wolf, squirrel or beaver.
second t-ioor, oia uunuing
London-made Coats for Women, $55
nr..-.. cat: t cop
These coats are our famous REDLEAF coats, fashioned by the b;st London tailors.
lliev are made of thn fino frinnc nnri tumj,. ni T7.,i,i ....j o 1 i
weave.
In the severely tailored great coat models which reflect the smart conservative tasteJI
Ol London. Engllih Shop, second Floor, Old Building. .
1,792 pairs of Women's Shoes
Wednesday, at Half Price
All trom our regular stocks, sizes 2'2 to 8, ) (U m
widths A A to D, not one pair that was not orig- JiJ
inally at least $.'0 pair some sold as high as $15
These af- the staple styles which are always in demand,
ycar-in, year-out. Through all the changes of vamps and
heels and. uppers, thjse substantial, conservative styles per
sist tan lace with wing tips black kidskin black calfskin
black kidskin with cloth tops Cuban or military hecte
a few heels e. little higher all have welted soles.
Plentiful supply of the popular medium sizes.
Flrtt Floor, Old Building
DUWN-STAIUS STORE
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Extraordinary Sale of Good Fur Coats
The styles are the latest coats, wraps, dolmans. And the linings in al
most every instance are Mallinson's rich silks.
E-cry coat is made as it SHOULD be made reinforced, stayed, and guar
anteed in quality as well as in workmanship
A'o government tax
19 Coats at $75 $100 grade
Including fine seal-dyed coney, 36 in. long;
and marmot coats with largo collars and
cuffs of raccoon.
81 Coats at $95 $135 to $150 grade
Including 10 in. seal-dyed com:. coats;
racco'jr. coats; natural muskrat coats; and
pony..kin coats in black or brown, with collars
and cuffs of dyed hkunk or civet cat.
10 Coats at $125 $145 to $155 grade
Very fino scal-dycd coney; trimmed with
Australian opossum; 36 and -10 in. long.
12 Coats at $135- -$150 grade
Natural muskrat; 36 in. long--one of the
most popular styles of the season.
15 Coats at $145 $160 grade
Natural muskrat; 10 in. long. Heautiful
coats.
15 Coats at $175 $195 grade
Natural muskrat; 40 in. long; with large
collars and deep cuffs of raccoon.
20 Coats at $150 $200 to $225 grade
Near-seal (Trench seal-dyed coney) coats,
40 to 45 in. long; with dyed skunk collars and
cuffs. Beauties.
5 genuine Persian Lamb Coats,
$250-$295 grade
14 Hudson Seal Coats, $250 up
Heautiful Hudson seul (dyed muskrat)
coats $205 to $375 grades will go at S250
to $2!)5.
Thirty-five odd fur coats of various kinds
ponyskin, seal-dyed coney, and others.
Coatf and dolmans the $1C0 to $250 grades
at $125 to $1U5.
Downttalra store. Old Building
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