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Detention House
por Women Urged
Bv Pris<m Official
i S. Kennedy Says Present
pianMeansDav!? on Bench
at Jefferson Market and
flight* on the ""island"
< new detention houw for women;
^wasr. in Ne* York City and the ,
EJoaaifnt of the system of lionain^ ?
L- on Welfare I-land was unred hy i
S 8. Kennedy, president of the State
emission of PrtooM. in an ?d?resa
Wot? the annual ???ting of the New ?
?1* o-afcation and Protective Associa- :
?un tnd -be Girl?' Protective League
tb? Colony Club yesterday afternoon.
' ?The presenr. arrangement, oy which !
' n ?end their days sittin* on the
** il? at Jefferson Market Court and
*e^gW on ^.?????aZJ1iana. ,? ,-,
tolerable and an absolut?? violation of
the law," ho said. "Th* inferior courts j
act. provides that the city ?hall provide
a house of detention 'near the court?,'
hut under this system til ay are housed
a lone distance from their friends and
their attorneys, and they "nave hang?
ing over them for the rest of their lives
the stigma of having been on 'the
island.'
"The city needs at once a proper de?
tention house adjacent to the court,
with modern equipment, ? psychiatric
clinic and a class of matron? who can
be of help to the girls in their care.
This i? the most acute need in this
country to-day. I urge you all to join
in immediate steps to provide the need?
ed house."
A resolution was nnssed, following
Mr. Kennedy's speech, cajlling on th?
Board of Estimai? to provide monn-y
for the construction ot the detenf.or
house on the sit* already secured b?
the city for this purpose at 135 to 141
West Thirtieth Street.
Mr. Kennedy also called attention t(
the need throughout tno state of pay
ehiatric clinics tn connection with ,
other courts, and for a change in the
system which now sends mentally de?
fective persons to the prisons and re?
form schools.
Ile said that of the women in stnto
institutions now 3(> per cent are of m
type which should be kept in custodial
institut ions.
Miss Rachel Cr other s. Ai is? Maude
Miner, head of Wavorley House, ano
Miss Stella Freeland, momber of the
Girls' Service Club, rI?o spoke. George
W. Alger, president of th? New York
Probation and Protective Association,
! presided.
a '
Doughboy? on Rhine P?ay
Santa to Vienna Children
COBLENZ, Doc. 16.-American sol?
diers and officers in the occupation
area will have a abare in providing
Christmas joy for the children of Vi?
enna. The sum of $1,000, the gift oi
j th? men, has been sent to the Austritt!
i Cij*>lta! for this purpose.
After New Year's the American arnn
of occupation will bo composed of onlj
i one brigade, the "d Brigade trointf ou
of existence.
Two "Other Asia" Aliens
Lose Fight to Enter U. S.
Court Dismisses Claim to Ital?
ian Citizenship; Bill Planned
to Curl? Faro It uses
W, W, Husband, Commissioner Gen?
eral of Immigration, appeared before
Judge A. N. ?Rand In the F?deral Dis?
trict Court hern yesterday to testify
in the habeas corpus proccoedinga
started by Nicola Emanuelldaa and his
wife Ann?, two Immigrants from the
Island of Rhodes, which lia:? been as?
signed to Italy by treaty, but is classi?
fied under "other Asia" in tho immigra?
tion restriction regulations.
The yearly quota for "other Asia"
airead;" has been filled, while Italy
still many send 5.490 more of her
citizens to this country. Emr?nueliclas
was ordered deported, but obtained a
writ of habeas corpus, contending that
ns an Italian subject iie should be ad?
mitted.
Judge Hand dismissed the writ aftei
hearing argument,
Commissioner Husband announcec
yesterday morning: that a bill ia to be
introduced In Congress by Senator
Dillingham which h expected to put
un end to the alleged practico of cer?
tain steamship linos of bringing to
this country aliens from countries
whose quota has been exhausted, fig
urrng that, the one-wav fare is ?lit -
ftciontly high to givo o profit on the
round trip, under the now law a fine
of $100 wiH he imponed for each tuch
immigrant brought- to this country,
lesides h deposit which will enable the
government t.?. refund the transporta?
tion money.
a.
Berber Appeal? to President
Personally to Set Debs Free
WASHINGTON, Dec. iG.-~- Victor
Berger, Wisconsin Socialiut, who was
t-wice refused a seat in the Housn,
called at the White House to-day and
it was understood appealed to the Chief
Executice in behalf of Eugene V. Debs.
Mr. Berger said he called to nee the
President as "a member of Congress,
hut unseated," and found that Mr. Har?
ding had "a big heart." Ha declined
to comment further upon his call.
Store
Hoars :
9 to ?
Phone
Pennsylvania
5100
GlM
32ND STREET?BROADWAY?33RD STREET?NEW YORK CITY
Mall
Orders
Will
Be
Filled.
Belt and Sterling
Front Buckle
Heavy Buckle. Level ratchet
attachment, Hammered and en?
graved design. Oxidized finish
with hand - burnished initial.
Genuine Cowhide
tubular belt.
Belt and Sterling
Front Buckle
Hammered effect with hand
j-uraished panels. Newest de?
sign. Belt of genuine Grain
Bridle Cowhide
Leather.
Belt and Sterling
Silver Buckle
Heavy Buckle. 14 Kt Gold In?
lay, Newest design. Hand-bur
nished panel in various pat?
terns. Complete with a_genuine
Seal Walrus Grain
Leather belt.
Beit and Sterling
Silver Buckle
Hammered effect. Newest cut?
out initial. Complete with a
genuine hand - boarded Cow
nide Leather
belt.
Belt and Sterling
Front Buckle
Engine-turned pattern. Bright
finished, cut-out initial. Genu?
ine Cowhide Bridle 0*1 ?A
Leather belt. ?JH.?IJ
Belt and Sterling
Silver Buckle
Bright finish. Cut-out initial.
Handsome designs. Genuine
India Buffalo' t??Q A A
Leather belt. ?pO.UU
Belt and Sterling
Silver Buckle
Cut-out Initial in very attrac?
tive designs. Genuine Tubular
Cowhide Leather ??| CA
Any Suckle May Be
Obtained With Other
Belt Combinations
a a m
GIMBELS MEN'S FURNISH?
ING SHOP ? Main Floor
In the Men's Furnishing
D
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Just inside the door?you can buy them quickly.
MEN'S FURNISHING SHOP- Main Flour
New Lowered Prices
For men and bova no more fitting gift than
a HICKOK belt, with initial buckle. Useful
and a daily reminder of the thoughtful giver.
One cannot have too many belts.
HICKOK BELTS and buckles are enclosed
in beautiful gift boxes, lined with rich satin
or velvet, in a variety of unusually pleasing
shades.
HICKOK buckles are always a step in ad?
vance in design.
And HICKOK?pliable, strong belts?made
from the finest selected hides obtainable?
show their supreme quality to the end of
their wearing days.
Every belt and buckle that bears the name
HICKOK is GUARANTEED to be perfect in
every way and warranted not to slip.
The prices quoted below have been preva?
lent in the GIMBEL MEN'S FURNISHING
SHOP for the last thirty days. They are
much lower than the established price.
_?~? . .
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' < .? -i*.-^ : fe^L/-^i 'A- -,-/' -;i ?-*-.?? -%^ v. .~v--rae
Belt and Sterling Silver Buckle
Hammered effect: hand-burnishtfd border and raised initial. With genuine
cowhide leather belt. The entire outfit for - -
dgy^E-^ESISsPa^i:
Belt and Silver Front Buckle
With cut-out initiaL
entire outfit for
Belt of genuine hand-boarded cowhide leather. The
Belt and Sterling Silver Buckle
Heavy buckla. Unusually attractive. The newest design. Belt of genuine
calfskin leather. The entire outfit for --------
Belt and Sterling Silver Buckle
Heavy buckle. Lever catches attachment. Hand-burnished panels; bor?
ders. Belt of grain hand-boarded cowhide leather. The entire outfit for
Belt and Sterling Silver Buckle
Cut-out Old English initial,
outfit for -
Genuine cowhide leather belt. The entire
Eelt and Silver Front Buckle
With raised initiaL Beautiful design. With genuine cowhide bridle leather
belt. The entire outfit for.
Belt and Sterling
Front initial
14 Kt. Gold inlay initial. With
genuine Cowhide (?0 ?
Leather belt. ?^?..'
?42 :::: p ?iK^e?s^?-??? ? ~7.' y??.
Belt and Solid
Gold Buckle
1 0 Kt. Gold. In very attractive
patterns. Belt of genuine
? $20.00
Beit and Sterling
Silver Buckle
With out - out initial. Newest
design. Belt of genuin
Cowhide CO
Leather. ?P__-?'
Belt and Sterling
Front Buckle
Hammered effect. Cut-out Ini?
tial. Genuine Cow- C?1 A A
hide Leather belt ?pl.UU
Belt and Sterling
Front Buckle
Cut-out initial. Lever ratchet
attachment. Genuine Cow
??Leath" $1.50
Belt and Sterling
Deposit Buckle
With raised initial and attrac?
tive design. Belt of genuine
aa_s $1.00
???: y^j?m
Belt and Sterling
Deposit Buckle
With cut-out initial. Genuine
Cowhide Leather ??1 AA
Engraving Done
Free on ? ny
Buckle You Select
* ? ?
GIMBELS MEN'S FURNISH
I N G SHOP ? Main Floor
JBrooklyn, Long island and New Jersey Customers Direct to Gimbeh via Tubes and Subways,
Present Prices Below Production Cost
But Samuel Blum, Manufacturer of *
Under present conditions manufacture of high
grade clothing no longer profitable. Trade now
demands cheaper type of apparel. Not equipped to
make it. Going out of business instead. Have been
offering entire stock direct to public at less than
cost of making. Now, have sublet factory floor to
Sun Star Mfg. Co., and are negotiating for rental
of sales floor. Quick action imperative. Must va?
cate premises quick. So offer these finely tailored
clothes at 25% less than prices marked on garments.
Discount to be deducted at time of purchase. That
means practically giving merchandise away.
Nothing Reserved
Everything must go. New, smartly designed
Ulsters, Ulsterettes and Chesterfields, made the
way exclusive Fifth Avenue tailors would make
them. Modish, serviceable business suits. Full dress
and Tuxedos, correctly cut and faultlessly tailored.
Every thread of fabric used is pure wool. Over?
coats in CRQMBIES, CARR'S MELTON and
CALEDON, wonderful materials from European
mills; WORUMBO and EOCKANUM, fine domestic
weaves. Suits in HOCKANUM, PRINCETON
DUNN, KUNHARDT, STANDISH and THOMAS H. *
WILSON'S FRENCH BACKS. These are woolens
of character, used only by high class merchant
tailors?and by a few of the better retail clothiers.
This Isn 't An Ordinary Sale!
It isn't a retail proposition with a reduction of
25% made from regular retail prices?but a manu?
facturer's sale, with prices 25% under former quo?
tations that were already below production cost! '
Ope&fi AJlto 6-30 KM.
For the convenience of the Jersey public we
have converted part of our Newark factory into
a salesroom?and this sale is now extended to
NEWARK, N. J.?112-114 So. Orange Ave., bJ
Open Daily 9 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. Sundays 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Attention Clothing Manufacturers and Jobbers !
We offer fixtures, cutting tables, machines, motors, pressing irons, racks,
hangers, desks, chairs, etc., at advantageous prices. Come and see this equip?
ment?all in good order. Buy now?our factory floor is already leased.

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