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m F? THOUSAND?
Father Knickerbocker and Othei
Hosts Ready for Diners.
COOKS TO HAVE BUSY DA?
City Institutions to Serve Mort
Thanksgiving Food than
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TWO CONVICTED OF MURDER
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NAVY AVIATORS To FLY IN CUBA
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AN UNCONSCIOUS THANKSGIVING REPAST.
Group ol Chinese children in Amoy, who are nol old enough to realize the horror of civil war. which ?s de
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Tooth Powder
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preserves and beautifies tne
teeth, and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
TALKS ON TRUSTS ME
Wickersham Dra.ws Crowds That
Fil! Y. M. C. A. and Church.
STATES FAIL TO CONTROL
Th*\v Arr* Responsible. Attorney
Oenerft] S.nv?. for the Growth
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CROSSTOWN LINF LO.SES SUIT
?i :,. i.? u.i.u. of ihi ntra ? raw
lUllroad i '"ii i-,u,' aakl ~ thai Rev.
Jolina and ItoMnson of th? Metropolitan
t in ? * be >i 11.-. t ???i .?>
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and eon! operati II but th?
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B- Altmatt $c Ha.
HAVE IN PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE A
LARGE QUANTITY OF
FURS AND FUR GARMENTS
WHICH WILL SHORTLY BE PLACED ON SALE
AT EXTRAORDINARILY LOW PRICES
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WOMEN'S DOMESTIC UNDERWEAR
AN UNUSUAL SHOWING IS BEING MADE OF
BOUDOIR. BREAKFAST AND BED JACKETS OF
CR?PE DE CHINE, CHINA SILK. ALBATROSS AND
VIYELLA FLANNEL: ALSO UNDERGARMENTS OF
CHIFFON. CR?PE DE CHINE. CHINA SILK AND
FINE MUSLIN?.
EXTRA LARCH S'71-S IN WOMEN'S ML'SLIN UNDlFOkRMENTi
B. Altmatt Sc ffln.
AN ATTRACTIVE SALE OF WOMEN'S GLOVES
HAS PEEN ARRANGED FOR TO-MORROW
(FRIDAY), AS FOLLOWS:
WOMENS "MARVEX" GLAC? KIDSK1N GLOVES
3.CLASP. IN BLACK. WHITE OR TANS?
REGULAR FR?CE $2.00 PER PAIR . . AT $1.35
WOMEN'S "MARVEX" MOUSQUETAIRE 1&BUTTON
GLOVES OF GLACE KIDSKIN. BLACK OR WHITE
REGULAR FpirR $? *?0 PER PAIR . AT $2.65
WOMEN*? MOUSQUETAIRE 8-BUTTON SLltDE GLOVES
IN COLOR 5
REGULAR PRICES $1.50 ?Si 100 PER PATR AT $1.00
SUGGESTIONS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
* NUMBER Of THE DEPARTMENTS ARE ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED
WITH MERCHANDISE APPROPRIATE FOR GIFT PURPOSES
AND MARK~.'J> AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
I.F.ATHER GOODS DEPARTMENT - FITTED LEATHIR BAGS
FOR AUTOMOBILE CR GENERAL TRAVELING USE; HAMPERS.
HAT BOXES. EMERGENCY CASES. HAND BAGS. PURSES. CARD
CASES. CLOCKS. CUSHIONS. ETC.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS-MANY IN EXCLUSIVE STYLES-INCLUDE
HOUSE ?GOATS. APARTMENT SUITS. LOUNGNG AND BATH
ROBE?. NECKWEAR. MOTOR ROBES. FUR AND FUR-LIN1D
(OATS AND CAPS. ETC.
GLOV5S, HANDKERCHIEFS. NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY
FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
BRIC-A-BRAC. OBJ1CTS Or ART. FANCY NEEDLEWORK. SILVER?
WARE IEWELRY. UMBRELLAS AND UMBRELLA HANDLBS.
FANS, STATIONERY. KODAK*?, *? MOKERS" SETS. TOILET
ARTICLES, ETC.
LEATHER FURNITURE
LEATHER FURNITURE IN A LARGE NUMBER
Of STYLES SUITABLE FOR LIBRARY. DEN OR
Living room is shown in the new depart?
ment ON THE FOURTH FLOOR.
?tflh Atirnur, >*tJi anft lath ?trttis. Nrm for?.
HOLIDAY CROWDS DEPAR
Thousands Go to New England
Incoming Trains Are Full.
Railroad "ft?. ala at ih. '.ran.' Cent)
noticed .'ii*- thin? m partbrul.
about tin thousand? ??? people arho tefl ti
cltj yesterda] to spend Thankaglvtnaj fis?
where, )? ?-.,- thai m- bulk ?>f the trafT
? ? Sea i:n^:.,iiii in fart, as cr
meward <>f ths sana an
daught?M*s of that aectlon of ths oouatt
thai RKMl Ol H" '?-? il.tr tra?na had to ?
i.ut in taro and tin.- ?..-?i one. r?ater in tb
?. tin m I- ft in four .???,
iidns
In the I thousands ?
students from echoola and colleges in N-?
ijf fi?. k-.l Into tli?- ?tation an?
tor? tli. tlClMt ivindo**
Toward evenlnc thoai in it'1- rspraassitsi
element of lb* ?ro?iwi und lat
tarrying rommuters By ths number o
. ,ii.p. 1.1 reeenta11-. i nh'> )ournsye<
raid onlj tn my irlnds" saw
? ?!.led '?? forego tli? trip,
Sultcassn ',"?? th? thousands wars In <**?
an.i ?i?? porfiara reaped .? harveal
th? truaknian ?sata p^recttaall* i^ft !r
the ?'"l<!. Il '? the Christinas hotldaj .*-.??
???n that evens things ur tor him.
?While the outarsrd bouad stfaapu arara
..f much c ? .'? n luna than ths inward,
m-.niuiiK' i rains brautM r-apactty
loads of peraons coailttl *?> Kesr York for
t'..- hoHdaj or passing through.
?in Twedaj sisa* at the oiitv>o?in<i aa?
pruSS tram fof pOtntl a- far distant *
tgo aad M Louii a*era ?woa I
ginning early yaatarday nwraUig howoaar,
h. bulk ??? tin erosrd f-urg"^ im?, ?n?
tr?iinH 1*rer>a rat ions had basa mad*-, and
aft<*r tn- S n. m '*pr??H for BoatOB had
??am ?."it Uttsd to ?-apactt* H iras sssa tha
m f(.'i<---v arouM ko oui ntnmdnA
l ht i?? ? ni **.*nt out in two : <*tionr.
sad th-r-;aft?r ih? ??'.?r expr?s es **tnt
n two. three and four ?????tlons, th?
latter being; th?-- caso at the height of th*
niMh at S o clock. At 1 a. m. th?i Owl.
carrying th?- busmena men who had waited
until the lam train, went out with a full
? iimpl'irient.
FINE DINNER FOR TUG CREW
Brooklyn Man's Thanksj-rmn,**.
Bird Leaps to Death Off Bridge.
'..'noting in a language of hi? own the lm- '
mortal -words of Patrick Henr* -"Gtve, m*
liberty ee give tan death"??robble ?.?obbler,
a ii'ii "f a well known Rhode Irland family,
committed suields late vpMterday afternoon
I*- laknu? a flying leap off the Wllltam?
b'ire Hridif?' vVlthlu u few- eo(*<-?nd? ?frei
?he t.fvh ?iru? k tli?^ ?Mi?-r a deckhand on a
"aMSSBS* tugboat *l?h?-<l it up and rushed It
.?-? ?l-o galley.
Tin- ?ulclde war? r?*>n?i?*niv! te Frank
Pavenpnr*. K?* M Haveniey??r street
Hr,..,klvn, from ?;?-..rge I?a*? ?on. \V..?.terl>,
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Mr. Crobbler arrived a. the ?irand ?entrai
Station m i< box \ c?t< rday. and Ivlward
Kagon. a truckman, at No. 6% Bedford ave?
nue, Williamsburg, was ordered to deliver
?lie ln,\ tu Frank I'a\ cnp??rt. Kairon wa?
.In-, i.in rapidly over the 'Willlamaburg
; Hrldgc when the box ?lipped off the wagon
i Bad 'ell heavily to the roadway, where it
! fell apart. Tin* a. ?idetit gave Mr. ?iobbler
i his freedom, ami. ?Hklng advantage? of it.
I?, ran wildly along the. roadway, screaming
:.- .lie t??p of hie lung". Mr. Gobbler leaped
1 to the guard rail and then uttered a few
! incoherent word?, which. If I hey could be
?ram-lafed. would mean "Oi\e me liberty or
plan MM death ** In another ?e?-ond be
, |eap?*d Into ?pace and to hie final death in
! the river heir-??
' SUNDAY'8 NEW YORK THIBUNf
| Mailed ?nywhere in the United l-tatts
for $2.M a >ear.

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