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SILENT AS WOMEN
MARCH FOR PEACE
Throne of 20.000 Watches
Impressive Protest
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1.300 IN l INI : RAIN
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1- ic E. Palmer Ends L* ?
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TRAP SUSPECTS
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Policeman Rescues Lad Wli<?
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Maul ,n Bellpoii Summer
Home Lost in Great South Bay
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ELOPERS TRICKED
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St rat eg) Results in F tanking
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Mayor's I ood < ommil
Sees Way l<> Rcdue
High Living Cost.
HOLDS ( ONI ERI N( I
WITH LO( \\ BAKE
standard Oil ?Denies Wai
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CANDIDATES ON
FIRING LINE NOW
Managers Busy ?Mapping
Out Campaigns in N. Y.
Primary Battle.
HENNESSY MARTS
TOUR THIS WEEK
Overwhelming Hinman Senti?
menl Reported Davenport
on I rail of Sulzer.
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WHERE CARS STOI
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Stern Brothers
42nJ and 43rd Streets. ~Wesl'of ~Fiftt, Avenue
M nine and Carriage Entrance on FortU'third Street
Beginning Tuesday, September i>!. the Store will be open daily from 9 A. M. to ?'- P. M.
Tl IK new Autumn and Winter assortments of merchandise arc now complete
m ever) department throughout our establishment. The selections convex
the usual convictions of distinctiveness and good taste identified with our
store for nearly half a century.
\r\\ \ulumn Silks
\\ E are now exhibiting out Kail importations
^* ,, Lyons and Paris Silks and Velvets,
among which are extreme!) beautiful designs in
Silver and Gold Broche on Satin Chiffon and
Taffeta grounds: Brocaded ( hifFon Velvets,
Taffetas Diaphane and Ha?tienne Taffetas lor
dance frocks, dinner and et ening gov ni,
y or Opera Cloaks and Wraps there is an
excellent assortment of Tinsel Brocaii I':.nnc
Imprime, Velours Fa?onne imprimes and Kcos
sais it n< 1 Chiffon Velvets.
Among the ?mam silks specially adapted for
afternoon wear arc shown Broclu Taffetas,
Faille Rayee, Poull de Soie, Chiffon Faille,
M<?ire ? repes and Bataclan.
?)rrs> Goods
MPORTATIOXS of Autumn Dress 1
Ii;i\ ? Ven received, compris i I
taglisli and German Suitings, in subdue?l
tripes, checks, plaids ami mixtures.
The plam materials, which are tin
ant features of Hi?' new ?modi **. nclud
'?ni !i?-?l Mohair Satin, Zibeline, Venetians, Bab>
,amb, Satm Cloths and Velour Si -
?tli tli?.' popular *.v?:i\ es of French S rges.N
loths, Crepe Poplins, Cheviots and I!
( )tir slork is also ?replete with Silk and \\
laterials, for street ami evening wear, such ss
.??h s, v. pepes ami Failles, m plain ami n
caves,
Women's \iiiiiiiin -Vpparel
>nii-. (jowns. Coats
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Models Illustrated
Attractive theatre gown of
are snowing m mese <i< - Z^> i/^-V ?*/?*' Attractive theatre gown ol
?partments on the Third Floor, fL\ft__?c*? 4/?L*~ \^?jC\ \ _*J_JL superior ?quality black *
a profusion <>f iiumIi'Is Miitahh* fjyjf' ?^m\Jmu%^: ^^??? ^W^ with waist and hum* of Ha?*k
,. :\T/ j ^ silk French net, trimmed w ri
i m* ail ?occasions and pr? -emi?
nently smart in colorings, ?I?
signs and materials.
Tin ?'lili? ci mus incluil
man} st) les made of im?
ported materials, which cannot
In duplicated owing to the
conditions n o m pre*? ailing
abroad. I? is therefore ad?
visable to make selections
earlier than usual for Autumn
apparel, uInch we are offering
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at exceptional h interesting i
prices. 7
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girdli. Special at sa'.?.;.")
Stylish walking suit of \ ? I? ?
?I?- I .aim w ?th plush ?collar and
n? w model skirt.
Specially priced a' ?-*':>?_' >0
Motor coat of imported check
wool plush with full circular
back and li??ii?l collar.
Very Special at .S;i7.:>n
Trimmed Milliner)
\ VERY distinctive collection of Imported
Autumn Model Hats is now ?being shown
??H the 'Third Floor, ?representing designs from
the foremosl Parisian fashion authorities.
A \ isil of inspection to this ?ittractive d? part
in? nt ?s requested, it' for no otlter purpose than
to know what is ?really authentic m millinerv for
the coming season.
I or 'I o-morrou. we w ill offi r
Smartl) Trimmed Hate
1 opi? ?r id iptaliona ol Import? il Vf? .i
.h $15.00, 18.00 and 25.00
Smart \iiliiniii Blouses
?LpROM Paris are now ?being displaved on th
Second Moor, embodying the latest id? ?
collar and sleeve effects, and presenting exquisite
?combinations of mat?nais, such as Velvets,
Salms. Faille Charnieust. Chiffon ( ? i
plain and embroidered ( ?n p? ?I? ( him
Attractive values for To-morrow, m
M.mI?.I, Blouses
t sari copi? of ??*ur Ir? n. Ii mod? Is, m id? of S
I I1 intillj I icej repc ?!-? ( hinr, Mlovi r I ?un - and ? ' I
\etual Value s7 . "???
85.00

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