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THE EVENING WORlfo, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1922. '
10 $1 m nnn WW S BID FOR 339 28 STOCK SHARES OF IT. Collateral Sold at Auction to Interborough - Metro politan Bpnd Holders. , A bid of 11.760,000 for tho 339,12$ shards of 'Intorboroush Rapid. Transit Company's stock held by tlio Empire Trust Company na collatcml for n bond Isaire was accepted to-day by Jamci R. Shcflleld, trustee In bank ruptcy for the Interborough-Consoll-datcd Corporation. The stock was put up at public auction as authorized by United States Judge Julius hi, Mayer, to whom the bid will bo submitted Friday for con firmation. Thero was only one bid, that of B. Raymond Noycs, acting for CJrnyson M. P. Murphy, Frank V, Polk and Guy E. Tripp, voting trustees repre senting the Intorborough-Mctropolltan bondholders. Efforts by several Interested per sons to stop tho sale on tho ground that a fair prlco could not bo obtained were defeated, and the objectors were told that if thoy wished they could n4 their case to Judge Mayer bo- fore ho confirms the bid. A check CREO TORS OPPOSE REEING OXLEY SO F HE CAN HOOD Judge Mancuso Told That Home Promoter Must Go to Triah ( A meeting of creditors of Alfred O. Oxley was held In the Grand Jury room of tho Criminal Courts Dulld Ing to-day, Oxley pleaded guilty Inst July to ffrand larceny In tho second degree In that ho had accepted, as for $50,000 was deposited to bind the bid. The Emplro Trust Company hns held tho stock as security for 4J per cent, bonds of tho Intorborough Mctropolltan Company, bankrupt. The Intcrbofough Rapid Transit Company, through slock ownership, was tho real owner of tho Inter-borough-Mctropolltnn. Elon S. Jlobbs, representing the non-asscnttng security holders, wns one of thoso who protested against tho salo. Thomas J. Riley, another of tho objectors, said thero had beon no appraisal since 1919, and added that tho Interborough-M.ctropolltnn Company had $245,000 casji as3cta which had not bcqn accounted for. President 'and Mnnagcr of the Ster ling Hystem Homes Corporation of No. 1 West J4th Street, payments for homes for which ho could glvo no title. Ho has slnco been In the Tombs awaiting sentence iiy Judgo Mancuso In General Sessions. A number of persons, Including city firemen and policemen, wrote to Judgo Mancuso asking that ho sus pend sentence to glvu Oxloy a chanco to mako good a promlso they said ho had given to thoni to repay their losses with Interest. Judge Mancuso directed Assistant District Attorney J. J. Wilson to call a meeting qt the complainants against Oxley to-day and glvo former District Attorney John T. Doollng, his lawyer, a chanco to address them In his favor and find out the sentiment of tho gathering. About a hundred of thoso who had mode charges against Oxley wcro In tho Grand Jury room at 9 o'clock. Mr. Wilson explained the order of Judgo Mancuso and Introduced Mr, Doollng. When Mr. Doollng reached tho point of announcing that ho was about to bring Mr. Oxley over from tlio Tomus to speak for lilmseir, a bloodthirsty howl went up which caused him to say: "I guess won'tl" I Mr. Wilson reported to Judge Man cuso that ho felt that thoso most In terested did not dcslro a suspended sentence for tl)o promoter. IXSPRCTOIl JAMBS KAXI9 IS HKAU James Knne, nixty-scven. retired Po lice Inspector, died at his home, No. i015 Harvarrt Avenue, Jamaica, yester day. Inspector Kane became a nollcc man In 1893. Ho became a Captain In 1898, nnd an Inspector n year later. Ho was retired In 1911. He became widely Known wnun, ns an inspector In the Manhattan tenderloin district, ha led thrilling raids on opium and gambling dens. $8 Enjoy cbmfort on kerosene while coal is scarce WITH a keroscle heater going full blast, you can radiate a welcomed glow of warmth these" autumn morningiand prevent cKills. Carry it anywhW, from bedroom to bathroom, from cellar to attt, regardless of such limitations as chimneys and tlcctric outlets imposed upon other heaters. And what's mori you will find a practiglly , odorless heat it vouiWy the heater sold at Lewis &. Conger s. OPEN UNTIL ONE 0LOCK COLUMBUS DAY JpScWOHGEIl 45 th Street and Witt Avenue Ona block north of itAniprodroih "NINE FLOORS OF HOUSElbtD EQUIPMENT" it M.Ma-M i.irnx dihtjiknce what ou .uty. a woip -want" ad. win, find it Z2 Sale Begins Thursday Morning at Nine o'Clock ( Owing to the nature of this sale, no purchases will be credited or sent C. O. D. STANLEY & ca 392 FIFTH AVE., AT 36 ST. SECOND FLOOD TAKE ELEW0R Sale Begins Thursday Morning at Nine o'Clock Owing to the na.lrc Qf this sale, no purchase, 11 Dc credited or sent C q. D. 3 Lease Expiring Compels Us to Close Down Our Busines Entire Stock of Women's and Misses' Highest Grade Coats Dresses Suits Furs SACRIFICED! Our Only Store 134' West 34th Street BetwecriTBroadway and Seventh Avenue Thursday (Columbus Day) and Friday DRESS SALE f Five Hundred Cloth Tailleur Frocks Our fewest Fall Models for Women and Misses A Real Tragedy of the Business World Only a comparatively short while ago we settleidown to build up what we fondly hoped would be one of the best known Women's Retail Ap parel establishments on Fifth Avenue. Every garment we had to offer for sale was new. Every garment was produced at bot tom prices, consistent wjth high quality and workman ship. We went joyously and carefree about the business of building up a name and a clientele. Then came the knowledge that our lease was expiring very shortly and that the landlord insisted on a greatly increased rental which would make it impossible for us to market our merchandise at the low prices to which we had been accustomed. The impossibility of then selling our apparel for less than other stores were asking, owing largely to increased rental, decided us to close down our business. This is a real sacrifice sale. We have accumulated such an unusually large stock that it is necessary to take heroic measures to dispose of it in time. Only'a few of the items that we have to sell are advertised uere. I This announcement comes just at a time when we had comnleted all our preparations for a big season. Our very large stock, carefully selected, must be sold out in an extremely limited time. DRESSES SILK CREPE CHIFFON VELVET CANTON CREPE SATIN LACES POIRET TWILL For Day or Evening Wear $ 15 p22 400 Will Be Sold at These were dresses that were marked to sell at $25.00 or more. 440 Will Be Sold $ at Originally marked to $35.00 510 Will Be Sold $gg Originally marked to $55.00 Hundreds of others up to $60.00 all radically reduced. FUR COATS Furs of wonderful beauty, fashioned into garments that reflect the latest style innovations from Paris. The manufacturers who made these garments will guarantee them for two years. COATS-WRAP Fur Trimmed and Tailored All the Fashionable Materials and Furs 325 to Be Sold at Originally marked to $50.00 and more. 118 to Be Sold at Originally up to $70.00 80 to Be Sold at Originally up to $80.00 800 Other Coats Up to All radically reduced. Others up to $150.00 TAILORED SUITS at JJ A L F Regular Prices 100 French Seal Coats 40-inch, with Mandarin sleeves; full flare model, trimmed with squirrelcne. Originally marked $135.00 OOP $35 $45 ?55 $65 Hudson Seal Coats, Wraps, Dolmans, Capes, (Dyed Muskrat) Originally marked up to $400.db Raccoon Coats, 40-inch length, dark selected skins. Originally marked $215.00 Bluq Scotch Mole Wraps, Capes, Fine quality pelts. Originally marked $300.00 $245 $160 $225 Z On of the K( u Frocks at s- 21 .50 Instead of $32.50 - Copies of the Most Favored Paris Models Custom Workmanship Fine Twill Cord Black and and Poiret Twill Navy Graceful draped and -paneled models witn unusual varieties of ornamentation, pin tucking, braid ing, a fancy buckle or button to enhance their beauty. This remarkable offering enlists the attention of every woman who seeks a serviceable, stylish inex pensive Fall Dress. 40-Inch Natural Muskrat Coats, $ Mandarin sleeves; rawest model. Splendidly marked and matched skins. Originally marked $150.00 110 I 4U-lncn Kussian Marmot Coats, Soft, finely matched skins. Originally marked $110.00 French Seal Coats, (Dyed Coney) with genuine skunk collar and cuffs. Originally marked $150.00 $79 $110 40-INCH FRENCH SEAL COATS (Seal-Dyed Coney) Finest selected matched skins; richly silk $ lined; self collar and cuffs; one of the most extraordinary fur coat bargains ever offered. Originally marked $125.00 77 g A small deposit will reserve these Fur Coats until wanted. A SpediJ Purchase of Boys' Coiuiroy" Snots (sizes 7 to 17; every ut foavipg two pairs' of kiniickeocjcers) will be placed on sale tomorrow (Thursday) u These suits are modeled on smartfany llrjes, amid are excellently tailored. The corduroused br making them is off superior quality and curable; the coats are lined with a fabric desigiij to tand hard wear, and the knickerbockers are tiroyghoot (Boys' Clothing Department, Sisthpioc) Ik jfflabteon Ibemte-jFiftfj gbemte, JSorft TOrtMourtlj Street Wtty) Street It Makes Little Difference What You Need A World "Want Xd.viH Go Get It I 1 iimii . .