J! pniump rnnipr
U. 0. 0UUI1U0 I nnnuL
Mancwi to glvo
p..vrr with regnrd to such a limited
loan, on well as with regard to ihe
larger und more Important probloms.
Will Franco agree to renew tli in.
vlla'lon to tho bankers? Tho United
States Government, acting wholly as
.(anient to see wlint can bo done,
t'poii tho answer of Kinnco to-day, tin
tlx months ugo, depends whether uny
p-ogress con bo mado.
Government Is Jn complciu acoonl
With the statement mndc by tlio
Banker' Committee numcly.lhat the
of tho reparations must bo
Cone first, before any private loans
can bo" considered. Tho American
KJovernmcnt lius been hopeful that
.Prance would revive tlio Invitation to
'.tho Bankers' Committee and that at
the same time diplomatic Influence
mlBht bo cautiously exerted to secure
an ncrccmcnt between tht .Vllli-s to
forego enforcement of certain aoc
alona of tho Versailles Treaty.
" '. Tho diplomatic parleys must proceed
jwicurrently Hlth any efforts of the
jankers to examine nnew the Intrlcnlc
.tiucntions of credit Involved In tho
flotation of a loan to help Germany.
Who last word from the Hnnkers' Com
nltteo was In Itself a bid for another
larUnllon. It reads as foi'iws:
"Tho committee aro deeply con
scious of tlio Immense assistance to
the economic recovery of tho whole
world which would be afforded by
-"gtodu.il conversion of Germany's ob
'llpatlon from a debt to Governrnrnta
.into n debt to private Investors, based,
like other public debta, not upon cx
'ilornal sanctions but upon tho general
credit of Hip debtor country. They
; believe, Indeed, that tho resumption
' o normal conditions between coun
tries and the stabilization of ex
changes arc linixmMb . without a dcll
mlte settlement of the reparation pay
jnicnls, as of other external public
' "If at any tlmc.'thercfore. the Hep-
:;aratlon Commission Is ablo to repeat,
by unanimous decision, tho Invitation
,' which now has r;cn extended hy the
'majority, tho commlttco will bo glad
'.to meet uiraln and resume the Inquiry.
Thcjr cannot conjecture whether the
Allied Governments would bo able to
cccpl tho necessary conditions, but
if so, they repeat that they nro hope
ful that substantial loans could lo
"Finally, tho committee desire to
point out tlmt In the mean time, and
even In tho Interval between such ro
ncwett Invitation and tho conclusion of
mbaequcnt nesbtlatlons, Germany's
financial position may obviously b.
threatened with serious danger: p.n
ttuctcd negotiations for a largo Ion
Aerm loan might mature too lato If ot
preceded by Immediate help.
"But If tho problem wcro considered
kincw In tho Improved circumstances
suggested and with a real proHpect
Sot ultimate settlement, tho committee
i'feel that tho obstacles which nt pres
ent confront an Interim loan would
Vrobably not prove to bo Insuperable
. "With a real hopo of n definite
ptttlemrnt within a reasonable perloil,
't would lo much cuslcr lo arrango a
j in Xmas Gifts
25 to 35 per cent les I
-than regular prices I
'. Owing to the tuccet. of ou I
introductory tale, December 13O
and 14th, wo will continue for 1
of the present week the reduction
of imported no.e'tie then offered,
rlere it an opportunity to obtair
genuine bargains juit when you
neea 10 dujt.
"The Corapleat" Ash Tray
IK. V. 8. Pat Off
Lidiei MeulDren OrnamenU.
I Walking Sticlu, Meth Bagt and
Puut, "Compleit" Ah Trayi,
(imporiea Mlverware, Shoe
R,Tlr1 tn Antinn art4
I Silver and Cut Steel, Cretted a&d k
' Initillrd Snnont. Cuff I.inltt D.lt I
I Shields, Match Box Frames, k
' Vanity and Trinket Boies, Safety. J
Kazors, atroppers, etc.
iTate the elevator up one!
I flight and save money on I
(Jlirlstmaa gift. 1
J. R. GAUNT & SON
7 and 17 West 42nd St. 1
NEW YORK I
Caretollj Sdettrd Slazert.
Cenuitu, St. Andreaa- $7.50
Eftrj On a Date otrd filnirr.
; A living gift that cheers
of eiordy roo
BS ClkN II
ivcured loan sufficient
CHARGED WITH ATTEMPT
TO KILL HIS WIFE
period of negotiation. The
need scarcely ndd that tiny
glad under theso clrcum-
any osslstanco In their
Mate nt llntpitnl Alinm Starr
6cir-Iiillk li-,l Wound ' Ws.
As a result of a trap laid by n de
tective and a nurso of tho Harlem
Hospital, both of Irish extraction
but both of whom speak Italian flu
ently, l'ajimli Monzlllo, thirty-six,
of No. 2327 flr.'t Avenue, I under nr
rest to-day, rharged with having shot
mediator nrifl In nn Informal way,
been Mitindlng tho French Gov-
K ' II FP I
qA Special Purchase
THEY'RE developed of a novelty bro
caded fabric in Persian colorings, they're
lined with Japanese silk and they're just
the sort of jacquette blouse that many
women are wearing" over simple one
piece frocks as well as skirts. Note the
two styles sketched one with the cava
lier cuffs and shirred at the hipline, the
other with the wider sleeves and buckle.
Excellently made and exceptionally reas
onable at 9.75.
Gift Suggestions in
Quilted Robes satin or crepe dc
Ghine quilted in Jamb's wool and silk
lined throughout, 15.75 to 48.50.
Velvet lounging robes of waterfall
or brocaded "trhiffort velvet, 29.50 to
Corcjuroy; civet corduroy robes
made in tailored styles, 5.95 to 25.
French Flannel soft warm robes,
11.75 to 24.50.
Blanket Robes, 3.95 to 14.75.
For those who seek something more
distinctive there are dozens of charming
styles in matelasse, embroidered, crepe
and other materials, lace trimmed or
For Very Small Tots
ALL your gift problems for the newest
arrival can be quickly answered in our
Infants' Department, Whether it" is an
inexpensive pair of bootees or a hand
some blanket that you want.
Brushed Wool Sweater Sets
Four pieces complete, several colors, I
to 6 years, 7.50.
Angora Bonnets Imported bon
nets of beautiful quality, an unusual
Crocheted Sacques Pink, blue or
Bootees Crocheted of softest pink,
blue or white, for smallest feet, 50c.
rUttfeaHEvery conceivable kind,
many of them very Inexpensive, 25c to
his wife, desptto tho womnn'o story
l.lui. Hiib 4w, iC.mC,4 MU,iuvtuttjr,
Monzlllo telephoned tho hospital
Inst night that hts wlfu lia1 shot hcr
nelf and to send nn ambulance. When
Dr. Mots arrived ho found tho woman
suffering from u gunshot wound be
hind her light shoulder. Detective
Cassldy of tho Uast I2Cth Street Kta
tlon, assigned to tho case, emptied
his revolver nnd requested Mrs. Mon
zlllo to show him how uhc shot her
self. Hho was unable to reach around
sufficiently fur to bring the rcvolvor
Into a position from which tho wound
could have becu made.
Then Cnssldy lenrnrd that a nurpe
Lord & Taylor
Telephone Fitzroy iqoo
Hudson Seal Coats
' For Clmstmas Gifts
DO you like coats of one kind of fur
or do you prefer cojlar and cuffs of
skunk, squirrel or beaver? Whatever
your choice you will find an assortment
to meet it here. 40 inch length with
skunk collar and cuffs are 265. 45
inch length 365. Natural muskrat
coats it is hard to equal muskrat coats
for durability together with moderate
price. This 40 inch length has natural
raccoon collar and cuffs 149.50.
Lionel Electric Trains
FOR the boy's Christmas, electric trains
and outfits, at special prices, considerably
lower than usual.
Passenger or freight tram 21.75
Passenger train 28.
Large engine and passenger train
Passenger train 38.
TOVLAND SEVGNTH FLOOR
In "Igligee Colors
Mules you will find
many styles and even
more colorings in the as
sortment of mules ready
for Christmas selection.
Brocaded satin in several
lovely shades' or metal
Black satin mules in a va
netyofcofored linings, 6.
Comfys soft comfy
sole and covered leather
heel make these felt
comfys as soft and lux-
jJil urious a slipper, as you
lavender, brown, ecru, trimmed with
ribbon and pompon, 2.50.
Quilted satin comfys in pale blue,
rose, Copenhagen or pink arc ribbon
Juliets those high warm fur trimmed
slippers that arc such a joy in cold
weather. Plain satin in rose, Copen
hagen or lavender, 4.75.
RADIO has this year earned a place
of importance on nearly every Christ
mas gift list. On our Seventh Floor
you will find a complete Radio Shop,
handling reliable standard apparatus
Tuberculosis is Needless. Buy
Christmas Seals, and help stamp -it;
TU'ESDAY, ' DEOEMBT2B. 19. '1922;
of the hospital rpoko Italian, although
;!.; b"" 'rlh nnine. nnd r-
fiticFted that she Ikj placed In attend
;j:ic Ills strategy boro fruit In
I ni t llftem mlnuteu. oh the patient's
ooii. 1'asqunle, soventeen, who called
upi.n her, admonished her In Italian.
"Now, remember, mother, you stick
to that story that you Biot yourself."
Tho arrest of her husb .nd followed
LATE TRAIN DISTURBS
l'or Whole Hour Mlliilnr trnli's I
Brooklyn proplo who uo the Sea
Beach lino of tho B. It. T. subway
found tho tervlco unusually clow In
the rush hour this innrn.ng, and when
trains did come along it was almost
poselblo to 11ml standing room In
The troublu started nt S o'clock, when
there was n delay in ending out onu
of tho trains . The Unj tlmo was
only eight inimitp, but that wus
enough to cause euugc -tli,n which tfo
uornllzcd tho service for un hour
ac uiri-r'ju r tcii,t,i; 'rtiiticnv
VIM'lli:STUIt, Kj.. Dec. ir. Scobcc
Hiiiiliiviii was acquitted by tlio Jury
to-iloy of I lie ilmrgo of miirdrrlug Ion
Itniiiilirr, tho Uliicgnuis "Turkey King."
Greatly Educed cvrc
Four Sweater Models
MOHAIR slip-on sweaters in plain
striped weave or block weave (sketched
right) with V or round neckline, henna,
navy, tan, brown, grey, French blue,
are reduced to 3.95.
A plain camel's hair slip-on model,
very soft and warm made with bateau
neckline, two pockets and belt; is a splen
did value at 5.95.
"The brushed camel's hair sweater
(sketched left) with-striped front in brown
and tan is reduced, to 9.75-
Colored Linen bright colors and
hand rolled hems make these the gayest
of Christmas gifts 50c to 1.50.
Spoke Hems fine and dainty as
can be with one, two or three rows of
spoke stitching, 3, 4.20 or 6 a dozen.
Initials fine linen handkerchiefs
with hand embroidered initials, box of
6, 1:50 to 3, 4.50, '
Colored Linen bright colors with
white hand rolled hems, 1.50 each.
faccjuard Bordersdozens of festive
designs and colors, hand rolled hems,
Initials linen handkerchiefs with
hand embroidered initials in block or
open work designs. Box of 6, 3.
FOR Holiday gaieties you will need a
new corset and you will scarcely- find
one more comfortable than this made
of alternate sections of elastic and brochc.
Reinforcements under elastic prevents
stretching. Sizes 25 to 32, a special
The Perplexing gift
DID you ever find on your gift list an
article which just didn't seem to fit in
with the recipient? Perhaps you delayed
its purchase until finally you seized the
first suggestion which came your way.
Then you'll be glad to know that you
may purchase a Gift Bond honored' in
any department of the store At the
t-nWW O ' i III
' tvr. v- nA
1 A M-J&SSSSE1
i . ill .s r
3 Prices-$...o$ and upward If
i 6eUmMHectric Shops
I ofThe United Electric Licht V Powxr Company I
130 East 15th Street 1
H 1 89 th Street Q Broadway 146th StreefSBroa3i7ry J
A Practical Gift
Regularly 11.75 Pair, for 8.25
MADE OF STRICTLY PURE LAMB'S WOOL, ASSURING
EXTREME WARMTH WITHOUT EXCESSIVE WEIGHT.
PLAIDS IN VARIOUS COLORS. AN EXCEPTIONAL
MAIL & TELEPHONE ORDERS FILLED
1 iiuntaciAiiio kjx x uouiu
-vera . :
llliLJ II If
Electric boudoir Jamp
A practical gift that is sure
to please. The numerous
styles and finishes in which
Boudoir Lamps may be had
and their remarkably low
prices, afford every oppor
tunity to select the type ol
lamp you know will suit the
individual taste of the one
for whom you buy it.
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