OCR Interpretation


New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, September 02, 1917, Image 9

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030214/1917-09-02/ed-2/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 9

Judge Hylan Steps
On Hearst's Toes,
Then Sends Salve
favors Exten?ion of 86th
Street Car Line EditorSo
Strongly Opposes
Sorry Publisher Is
IU
Mavoraltv Candidate Wires
Backer He It Fighting
for Reform
. Iehf p Hylaa, af BraaklyB,
? I.yo, I
' ''!(
. , ng hia
: ? Bifhtr
, Ua. as far
r. hoararar,
? z
la hs chaiBBtoa
.....j -, il.,. nnnoi
? optpi
rfaca."
? ??sfrM;
lines.
f a faa
?
-?
? o ObJfCta to rian
|
'
?
?
? . ?
i
. -
...
?
"'
le
....
- ?
...
I .
Hia rej
;:e!v.
*dr Hea:
-? ? '
t iterday
?
irawal
? i
n
-
. -
?'
?
I
peoi
to 1 ? j ? ?
? ?
haa bern
:??.?-? you
.......
? - ;nv
strike down
the agenl
:?' eern
? ?
5-Year-Old Gives Life
For Baby Brother
Satores Child to Safety From
Wheela of Motor Truck
That Crush Him
I, of K'<rl
? :? ? ? BTue
? ? ? ?
? ? ,
ther out
...
? ?
? ? ?
. .' igi -i waa
?- ? hai
'
% truck
l si run
bat hi lied in s
? ?
? ... ? ?
. - . ? ? ? -? i
? ? omicide was made
Professors Get Bonus
Marrii d Men in Chicago Um
verstiy Faculty Raised
? ?
ara a crowd
? i nd a
ll
B wai
?
Plans for Last Suffragist State
Vote Campaign Laid at Saratoga
Intenso Dcsirr oi Million WoniPii to Win F.xprcMcd at
Convcntion?"\\ V C.m't I osr," I liey Say. "but.
Conftdrntiallv. What l)i> You Thinkr1"
By S.u.ih AddinRton
A thia, little old wontan sitting on
her st.iop Ofl tha I
bany to Saratoga ? ? d hei ? j ? ?
tBraejafl the rain te cateh thi
climp>e ,-' ?
? .- ? raaitl te S d thi Nea
Yort State eonveation last Wedneeday
Her "Roomi la Lat" aifn rocked with
thi ? n*j and h< brai ? i' oa banner
dSBBped heav\ 44 tfa lam, bul the frail
?n the patehed aproti
aad aa I
Than fai down . .. plurae of
ateara roae through ll mist, a
hvim and h fl.,.-!, .
jampiag to i-Cr
woman seiaed thr bai
"Hej' Hej!" ln \.:.-.
as the sj:v .
rera the wind f their i
The ?.
? VI"-.
a don'i d.1
old things like rhn' depending on us,"
? .
Must Min fnr l.irls, Too
. .
rese qn .
awarm
"l got in at 4 t rninj
?
"l'm a facfc ? ? ?
i eame to yo;.- e
going to i ?
? ?
'
"And
|
?
New York Stat I
fraugk
suf
, .
New Yrrk women v
?
was a veritable ci rn in a
routine, throui
thusiasm ?? ?
?
.? ' ' ?
a we 1
-
aftei
jenerai fl 1 .
!
? ?
\\,)\ of , Million i" v\n>
If Tragi '4
de not
? ?
tha
' ? ? '
that.
Re*' .- ? ? thia time
th< iff ragists 1
"What thinl
?
? l
?
erery 1
Midi .
I ?
Prendergas! RepUcs
toRockaw^yCritics
Savs C'itv Saved $64,000
Though Paying More
Th*n Option Pi i
?
reply yesterday to ci
for the ]
? '
away for I ' '
i
; lerest ai
?
pay thi
1911 taxi
time I
paid.lheeii
. the Com
the Dia
?? ? ? resterday that
, i.me.al by
i Det rai
?
\-- ? ' I
' ?
' '
Mr I
i, ?
-
? . , . th Av?
'?
at thi
? . ? ?
me that ' '
'
'
r.
I Trust <
Parktr Attacka War Riek Bil!
HII G rON T>
'
.-.- and ? rtain"
"?
...
. . mpai
?
i .. . om]
of the rr.eaMiie.
nl Thcra WBI the surpriar
i laj part) far Marj Garretl Hay,
for oae tl ing, itaged saaae time ba
?>'??< :i midnighi nnd breakfaat, at whiarh
'the aatonnded and delig-hted "Bik B.>??"
cltj part) i eeeired a bTrl hda|
doa ei ? and .--inrly nnd
woe !'.? unto b< i' leather aaaaaaira ?f
toBja than her little eampalgn sait
avai dreaaaed of earnriag.
There w ? the raotor parade on Thara
da) night, m Itui^ l>nr of aatomobilea
d 'ip and down the main
atreel of i toga iaat a? the Snm
- w( re taking their eaaaiBg atrall
There tha llawer show on tha
: !???? night, when jii?t a? the yoang
l <>f tha state wiilTntsristi stepped
i oul to make ? flnal anaoaaeaBteal a
audden rain af blaaaaBia aame rtincing
j from nli parl of tha room. peltiag the
, ; ng Mr*. Whitehaaea ii
? nnbaw arhirl. lt nm dunng
. el ioua yonng man
. fronl row piekad up a dry, faded
inl of )i naatartiam and. bowing
. loa .i" ' to Mrs. \\ bitahonae
i-.vith "the eomplimenti of 'The New
j . rimea."1
Rnabaad "Aatla" There
re well represented al
I*or several aaf
? : h I iisband i of the opp< ai
: up and 1 ' their spouaea
to n imbl alone about a oatai ' pla
th ? ' SUCh :i life com
panio ? ' Jamei I eei Laidlaw,
plai form.
"Oh." sh< exelaimad, "If Jahn srera
that' Kn't Mrs. I.mdlaw rhe
man in the world ?"
There were plenty of other lueky
? tion, howerer, for
. \> era in abundanee.
When Frank Vanderl p rasa ta make
night i.r ? eferred
\ ictim of "indireel in
n the erowd applatidrd
modeatv he
amiling littio
woman wh<> rose ..nd held hi? hand
lln OU| ?
indireel inflaaaea, I ?? i
. youth callr'i aut
ully.
by I ha a By, was eery rord
rhe l .: own I
i.. tical roi ?
has long refuaed to bl ?
| ? . ind h'i|,-'r '
? ! Demorrat
never before haa the eity
? 'v of noni^'i
???-i l ;I ea aaaTragiBta
ki I hi nea expei
I the a men co their
? the ' nited Btatei
? n HhD. and ihe
II 1 tbe rorrer? te, . ?.-? the"!
SI ?? peered in St I'onven
ind thi h< ? i 'Ted. and
? . ? . ; .. . ' .
offraga eolleetion
\ ? ? . .T , . .
? ? ? -oratod
'? ... v I r, 5
? ;-,..
? ? .
?
bv( the igb i ifl ragi il ?
.; want ??? ota, Mi i
?d fi
? fe n< that tho
rarl together, <n
>ther."
flowers
? a .
P "
nt wi
(I ? - an thf
nodd V
Foreclosure Delays
Irritate Dealers
Loaa of Interest and Renl Ia a
Hardship on Both
Pnrtw*
1 rr. ,.-)? ". gai rid of
? - or
. ?? . ? . that
? ? ?'?
? ndo 8 [ahall, ?iea
? i i awyen M<
' |e{ of the Ri
? rd'iv.
thal . . ? ? , fnin.
rtad !?> one mortgatr-'
.c last yea* a"d pro<?
roui v by I
gth of time ?
lanee of lummoni and
? thi propert) wa? eight months,
? ?
f other pri*
te number of
.? ired .'i* from tr i
"\'c ? ? long deli y, ' add i M
prica l >
?
? i -
the borrower 1 I
? idft thirtv
? paymeni
? ? . ha failed to ]
.of ;.' maturity
letion of foi
,. . i'.v? montl
rerage, anol - r ha!'
.. . i mothei Ii ta
me due, o thal
? tlmi of sale there
to thi prii
loaned -i year*a in*?-? r^<t and n year'a
? ? ? amour.t la much
"0 t narily, tha property arill hrir
irei B8U ?- aala or al pri
? ii -
-. gi ,: inteieat, but
owner, tl 26 to
?? ? ?
; een wij t?uaed
... ...... ?? arhich
on propert) from
. d ? rente, eo i ol
,
? ?'?? r a . ' '
er il ould be tl e firat, I
? >leome any reduct i ?
. waateful time, -
ronsun i hla < ialt) ai J d >aa bo1
? ? "
Director Polacco
Qtiits the Opera
, prineipal I'sl-an
l th Mi ?[''? litan Opara
Housi irtun f Irtai
I ' ' * H?? an'
i aignation ai
thal
.r...r
letter ? leaa
? i ui.. dln etor of
keen re
r the cii
? t is not be)
o the
ditan *oon.
New Building Rules
For Fireproof Work
Board of Standards Announces
Requirementa for Materials
to Retard Flnmes
New rnlea far Rn retarding eon
atrnetian :ue tn be adepted b) Ihe
Board of Staadard ? and Appeal i Tha
hoaiil luih Beelded that any material ar
form ef eoaatractien ahall be deemed i
Ifa retardiag that lemstM the aetion of ]
flanie and hent when BBbjeCted to a
continimus fire for one B0BI at aa nv
I eragc temperatBra of |f7M deajra
Fahrenheil wit&ont the pa age ef
flasne and with a maximiim temperatara
riee to loo degreea Pahreaheil on the1
de away from the fire. The point at
arhieb the tamperatara of traaamitted
heat ia meaanred ia te be proteeted
from the external mr and weather eon
iiit iona,
When the teat apedmen i? Ifl the
form ni aartition eonatruetion ihe
niea under teat ia t'i he not leaa than
i"" sflaare feel nnd the leaet dimenaion
:. ti> be not leaa than I feet. aVhea i"
Ihe form of floor ronMruction the area
nnder teat I ?.. bc ael 1'- tli in M I
aqnara feel and the leasl dimen?ion
not le** than I I feet.
During the fire the floor eaBatrBetion
i. ln aappoii th" |ivr |oad for whirh it
araa desigaed ami after the Are mu*t
aafely sustaifl twlca tha deaigned liae
lii.nl with a maximnm defiectlon of not
more than one two-hundredth parl of
the apaa.
Woiid jointed floor rom?trui-lion iv to
'?e aceepted a- fire retarding conatrue>
tion in nnn fireproof hui diflga uaed B8
garage . motor vehiclea repeif ?liops
. ? /, | sllii tationa a hen Ihc beami
are proteeted on the upper and under
arith 'he fire retarding materiala
fiad in the rnlea far II. BBd eell
mp: ee erli
Socialists to Open
WorkerV University
In 'People's House,
Old Y. VV. C. A. Building
To Be Headquarters for
Radical Organizations
The o'd V W I . A Buildini
Plfteentli Street ?'. haa beea
? ? !?;. the N'-w Verh Soc nlist?, will
be ealled rl ? Pi bb i c Houee, it wa
... no ooo .
?he 160,000 for which they
I t during <
a g].> \
: ? ? .. bly ifl foui
'? | it
?.-..?'? ? i i eal
?;-..! "due '? ... rv
Equipmi nt wil
. ei ? ? ?. " ]r addilion lo the !oi
io r movemi
. . . .i fai ? i foi ? ?? I
S'ho.-; ... ?
.
in t'i-.? building Ii
? ? ihe W
I nioi ? ?
? , '-. . ? > .-.
peri
, ? -. ? ?
*ril| be offici for t
.' "r, ,: -? ;
jt'.nnn More Man'erl
Th? campaig
? ? ?
?
| pro
York
?.an.
?
. - ? ,
\ rureii ?.ir hour i befon
, .? . heduled to ei d. Ta
?
. ?? and movii
... v- i will be ' ? '
?...-. r ??.
. ntracti for * ic el f/e' will h? !e?
?
? nd "ii
?
On I ? i '
?i i largi
ind convi
Teai-h MI Radical DflctriaeB
T n e B o rl
'. . 1 o r ' I ?;
... , . ?
The
artis*^ itudio \
ln poster work *nd radical *rt In th*
will br ta
BtlC '??: '
I ?? of ?he "unireraity" qnsr
... largi
? .... ianddoi Pla.-ei
? i li ia
... ? . ?
? ?
Th.- -
p.., t to movi i' time to util e their
.
havi pattemed ihe
People's Hou ?? ?"'? the famoui
dn Prupe m Bruaael
Fraiernal Sccieties
Urged to Aid Loan
Every Crganized Body, For?
eign or Nativi\ Will Be
Broupht Into Lin?J
< : EVELAXD, Sept I T
pun ? a i pa
-
...... . ; '
the United Stati in the
... - ' ? ? '
>o day, when Han Rieg,
f the foreign languai
...
t at V " .
: ? ' ' f Ital;
\. . ? . ?? ? '
Rieg urged th< ' '
? call npm '
f Italy 1
Lil ??? Loan comn tteea i aael
. .
.... trati
000 .-'iiV.^ 'v'h 8,000,000 mem
. \ g will be
and v
Jamts MrCrosson
w ESTBI !:V. 1 ' - ?? rr'rn.
.
'or
? iri 'iad hern ????..
i the Meadow Broi -
?'?
foi<? comn 4 : * ??'
for yei
i
return hon
i. ^ .
.
where io I
Army.
"Slay Utterly!"
Text That Led to
Murder of Eight
Clergyman RepudiatesCon
fesaion Explaining the
Slaughter of Family
Trial Set for Tuesday
Rev. Lynn Kelly Faces Charge
of Killing Man, Woman
and Six Children
COUNCIL BLUFF8, lowa. Sept 1.
"Slaj utterly" was the text which the
Kev. Yytin <i. .1. Kelly followed. when ,
he killed with an axe Joe Moore, Mra. '
llaaiB Bad their faat children and the
tare littla Btilliagar girla, aa they lay
m bad in VilliscH, June o, 1112, aeeard
ing to the canfeaaian he is allagad ta
made. Tha eiraall rider is re
partad to have r^pudiated this eonfe?
-in:, aad praparatlaBi were made to
iLiv to put him on trial far murder ln
!i Motaa Tuaaday.
Kolh. in tha reported ronfrssinn, ia
taid to Iihvo explaiaed that ha had
ho.ird a sermon on thal text and the
two wardi kcut ruaaiag through hi?
mi n d i
Ohayaa \oi.e in Nicht
The nighl of tha slayiag a ealeatald
i.im to u-.. into tha llaara haaaa after
he had picked sp tha aaa la the haeh
yard, BceordlBg to the \ersion given
aul here. Then the text eame, "Slay
utterly," and followine it. "Suffor little
! children to corie unto Me " Kelly is
aaid ta ha%e declarad he aaawered:
"Yea, Lord, they're comint: quick," and
| ihe-. began ta kill.
Keiu AUed two palpita r??r Villiaea
' the day of the murdera. He took BBB
pei ,it tha home of the Rev. W. .1. Ew
: ing, paator of the Praabytariaa Church
\ ? ? .!, -Slav utterlv."
... v ii eag tating, aauild no' pe,
m,t h:m to leep, Buddenly, in th"
the nl'eeed confession
aid he heard a soutvi
m f inally, he de.
?,. i "?'.-. abaul md
- tha Maara houae,
k- . a ahadaw. Some
th ng pi ted him to follow ir.andhe
.-..- aeeording to the
nfeeeion. Me picked II Bp.
eame a roh 11
l!li>f>d Sacrili-cs riemnndcd
i.n ? || itterly."
He followed 'he -h*d<w a'ound ta
house, where it res'ed
? .. ??. ? .|.in> He eptered th?
ipatairi Kelly i?
quoted as -av-nz tha' *.- he mounted
?'? ? eama to him
id ag J iei b' ladder.
Am g at the top ital -. II
? e turned into the
. . .,. children wera sleep.
He paused. Then carr? tha eoiee
k) utterly! Suffer littla
-., ,-orie unto Ma." Then, mu?
e.. | ard, they're comiflg." he
, 1 prrceeded ta
?
'l room. Kelly ?a\s,
,- to the room m here Mr end
apiag, declared
? ?? * heard 'he eonfei
>? ... ?-, prompted
More work yet. There must h?
Kellv ia said to
,.; b) .-"? 'ag
bi working aa faa ai
he rou'd
K : ng to H. M Hsvner.
\-. ,-,.-. ral of lowa, eoafaaaad
... the l ount) Attorney aad
shfi ? ? ioi Count) Mr. HBf
, d no eoei ? ,: -r'' Cbbb
? .? other hand, an
rlei gyman had repu
. onfassioBB, which
I thi ' niater had heen "aearad
? * .
Really Men Urge
Cut in State Tax
C.ontend City's Share in Di?
rect Assessment Is
Too Large
Jl o ?? I ,..' ??' [ ; ?: lll ? itiaf ?' II
\ ntxl Tuaaday to adopt
lizaticui table for 1*17, whirh
? . l. appor
tata tax ta b< eolleeted
? ? ? . . ? too
v ? | , any !a?t week
? , Board, the Real Ea
? te 1 Idvisor Council
ttai two
, ? tatiatiei aara praaented
? .. ntentioi of lec .1
lt tl eitjr'a share
tata tax waa taa larjre.
i. ?? Taa Roard
. , ition thioughout the
of i leaameat i
. i inties and i
-???.?? Board
? tentative table af
: tha ? forma
? ' ?
i , . ...... re, rapreaenting a
.? OBI of
Manhatl
real eat ? ed at con
? :ent Thil ?tate
, ... iid, on i eompila
? ida hy real eftare
? ? on of a joint
. ' ? ? eoi ideration *%?
? ? 126,601,
ied b)
v . i . . ? led, ?? |26,S4fv
-
i: : ? ng -;-- B i ?
tigal on a-.d
,1 ? | 0f the Pepar'ment of
? - of an
llei nnd appraisals \t\
... mties ol 'he ^?c,e Thii ea
all excep*
? ;
?? H ? ?-? exceaded the
? ? liaelosi '1
of Fmance
. n thi '??'- 'Knre
?
, , . . | r.v I J Bell left with
? ?. i ommi isIob * liat af
? .: propert] ii N'ew
total ' '?' ?-<i,'i-n of
... $182,916,3:0, in 1916
.,,.,...? 1 by tha
? - - - : it I
Sherrill Take* Office
MI'.V s'Y. Sept. 1 Coloi
? ?
. .- mt general, b ?uccession
.,, p, ... i Louii W Btotea
rur. for a N'ew
. . ? ' isati ng of
? . ? i I of I ? itati National
Ouaici becarna a brigadiar ceneral.
Naval Reservist Sues
For $5,200 Annuity
Saya Laat Company Guaran
teed Him Income When He
Enlisted as Seaman
John S. WoodrulT, a mHiiufarturei
nnd treasurer af the New Ymk Laal
Company. who aalieted as a teaman in
the Naval Iteserve, brousrht suit in the i
Federal Court yeaterday to prevent an
allejred attempt on the part of hts eom
pany to oust him an an officer.
Woodruff has been servinjr wirh the
ravy since ||ay of this year. In his
suit he say.* that he BWBfl 840,000
worth of gtock in the company, which ,
i*. capitalized at $100,000. and that he
hold*. a eontraet (fuaianteeing 'he pay
ment of hia annual aalarv. 15,200, as
tredsurer ao long aa he remained in
?he aervice of the navy.
He alleg-es that the stockholdera and
offirers of the corapanv. at fl meeting '
called foi September B, have agreed to
diaplare him as a director and offlcer of '
th<> eorpora'ion and caneel the aeree
Baenl reirardint: hii aalarv.
He Beked that the New York La.?t
Company he enjoined from abro(fatin?:
its eontraet with him, and to continue
to pay his annuitv a* lona: as he is in ,
military service at home or ahroad.
Steamers Crash; 500 Saved
The Natal Sinke Five Miles
From Marseilles
PARIS, Aug. II, Five hundred pas
?ienuers were rescued from the French
steamer- Natal, which was sunk in a
collision with another Bteaaaef liva
aailea from Maraejlles Thursday even
mjc. Th. Natal, of 4,012 tons, and :
owned by the Meceageriec Maritimes,
had just left Marseilles when the ae
eident eeeurred Tugs and Bteaaaersl
renponded quiekly to ealls for help,
BBd the passenKers ;ind crew were
brought to Marseilles in the course of
the night.
Poliee and Courts
Rush Drug Cases
Handled 1,242 Cases of
Users and Sellers in the
Last Six Months
For si< monfh* the poliee of the nty
and the magiaarataa have been eon- |
dtieting a rigoroBi eampaigfl ag
drug u-ers and dlUg Bollere. Chief
Masiatrate McAdoo iaiued ? itat ment
yesterday, prep.ired hy Chief Statisti
eian <>,ar!' i \v. Stroag, ahowing that
in the first half of the rear 1,242 eaaaa
for rielatioBfl ot rarlaaa sertions of
the law governing BBrCBtlea had come.
before the ntagistraU i
Hv far the greatcet mmber of drug
eaaaa w?s for iilegal diatribatioa, no
leaa than -S71 being arraigned on that
charge The majority of these ea?es
eame from Manhattan. The Brnnx.
Brooklyn and Qu'-ens supplied but
twenty-twe cases. and If^chmoiul none.
An inten I .-? f iture ef tne statis
tieiaa'a report ,: tka nreponderanee of
men who eame into the poliee hands,
either as drug users or sellers. The '
ratio to women was about six to one.
No leaa thaa IM d;ug aaclieta were'
committed on their own appltcation to |
warwiefl Paraaa by the chief ? .?
trate's tourt, in order that they Blighl
be cured.
\ le from thoae whe eolontarily
placed theaaaelvea in the hands of the
Bttthorltiee, there were three s;
violations on which thi- poliee ae'ed.
Dn.g useis, over -vhorn *he poliee have I
jariadietion, provided 178 ra>-s for the
magistratea. Drug diatributera, who
were i-harged with a misdemeanor,
tofnlled 471, and dealers. c'narged with
a felony for havmg nareoties in their
possciaion without a license, totalled
.192.
Ghief Magistrate MeAdoo haa alreadr
announced that there will be no eeaaa
?ion in the active campaifrn again?t
the drug evil. In keepmg; with that
announcement is the record of July
ard Auguat, which. when finally to
r?!|ed. will how i".en greater results
than in any two of the firat six months
of the rear,
Suspected Murderer
Turns Gun on Himself
Murder in RarleBa'l black belt ia de
chning n* a fine art end ii h*coming
<-mply a matter of routine, the police
..r>- beginning to?believe. .lames John
on, .! negro porter. of 89 weal 133d
Street. who waa ahot dead laat night in
fraat of 17 ?Faat ISath itrawt, was th?
: murder eictiai m twenty-four
aauri
After the shootir.g Haymond Carr.p
, ? ? agra, raa to the roof of
lo- Wes- Igdth ^'rer\ putBBed by Pa
trolrr i '?'? i J ' la ? rakiag ahel
ter bebiad a wa'er tank. rhe negro sent
a ballat aippiag pa?t rhe patrolman'<
mr whieh cau?ed him t> seek coxer.
Ai.o'her shot -oun led. and Campbe'l
toppled from hia hid r? place, shot
throutrh the head by hla own hand. He
wai taken to Harlem Rospital, and
dj * il laae tha light of his right
aye, A eharga of hoaaieide, for ahoot
ing Johnson, was made /tja.nsr. him.
The praceding fatal epiaaale atcairaaj
? b BCa to the south on Kriday night,
wheB F'rank Peyno'd*. a barber. was
itabbed ta death in a diaput* over ?
dollar Sargaanf BTflfl m L BBStt, of
gro Sal onal <i..rd ngiaaaat, la
under arrest aa his assailant.
Lieutenant Oulahan to Wed
WA8HINGTON, Baa* I The BB)?
gagl men' is announce ! hy Mr. and
Mra. L B. Bacoa, af Vfaahiagtafl ard
Garretl !'?? . Md.. af their daug-hter.
>d, to Firat Liauteaaat Rirhard
Oulahan. OfleeiB1 Bl ???'?'? t'orps. the
saa of Bichard V. Oalahaa, Waahiag
- reepondeat of "Tha New Tath
T 0108." LiauteBaat Ou ;than ha* been
? ied to the :il9th Infantry. Na
%rray, ?? Camp Lee, Pataraharg,
\ A
rounaca uoso vTgv *????"j
Lord&Taylor
38th Street
FIFTH AVENUE
39th Street
I Store Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., Including Saturday.
*
X I
I
i\
!! i
51
i ?
Featuring a Collection of
Women's Tailored Suits
Autunm's Smartest ModeU nnd MateriaU
Exceptionall) Kxcellent Vralues at
$29.50, $35.00, $39.50 and $45.00
Assembled especially for this occasion are several hundred new and di*
tinctive Tailleurs embodying the latest style notes. Suits, faultleaaly tai?
lored, of
Velottr ( loth?Oxford Cloth?Rroadrlnth
in the most fashionable Autumn colorings. Many models strictly tailored,
others fiu* trimmed effectively.
Finer Tailored Suits
in the new Silvertone Cloth, Duvetyiie, V'elour, Bolivia, Duvel dr Laine,
Plushe?aodCnirTonVelvets,manvriehh fuMrimmed. $50.00 to $2*25.00.
1
i
i i
i i
i i
!l
*i
i!i
Autumn Coats
Ycrv Special Value
$25.00
New Mlxturen
i
ni brown, green,
1 > 1 aie and oxford
Wool Vflours
Ii n dark brown,
green and nai y,
, Models that will be the rogue for earh season wear, featuring deep j
| new collars and cuffs, clever belted effects and pockets. The majority | |
j half lined with satin. j j
Finer Coats '
,\ collection including handsome icarments for street, aftenioon and even- j
ing wear. Many luxurioush fur-trimmed. ln Bolivia, Poin Poni, Velour |
Cloth, Duvet de* Laine, Grattila, Zenobia. and Llama Cloths $29.50 to $165.00 j i
Autunm's New Styles in
Women's Fashionable Footwear
Lord & Taylor standard Qualiiies
i
i
A !
A I
1
I
"aa*
0
,1
Smart Oress Boots?Hiffh-cut.
; Tan I iOfi I leel
I .aced Walkins
H igh-cut patenl leather lamps, fawn suede '
Laced Boots j t<>|>*. hand turned soles, high .
4 ..4 i. ..iiw.r i arched Ixmis \\ I. heels.
patenl leatnei .... ? , , Boots, w ini>
1 , Hik'H eut Patenl leather
ramps, rawn j Boott?dull kid tops. !
cloth tops, Cu- j High-cui P.laik (ila/ed Kid .
ban heels.
$6.85
\ H MI |) S, t I U 11
k s k
I Boots?hand-turned soles, lujuh . .
j arched Louis XVI. heels. '
, $12.00 and $14.00 ,
$8.50
i
i
i
i
i
i
I r
I
I
i 8
OHX
?<>?

xml | txt