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American Artists
Cet Gallery Space
From J. M. Giddhig
?X?i?goe Forms Co-operative
?Company to Manage Exhi
Mtions; Expeets to Build
permanent Home Later
Tie League of American Artists has
?jcepted tic offer of J. M. Gidding to
. ttM of the ppnee on top of tho
?'i're nt ""4 Fifth Avenu??, which
**??.*? operated for art exhibition
*H the name of the Artists' Co
?rttir? G? He-*-<?"??
<k. oij^iti* nronosrd that the artist
,"L,.;?tion ot a company to act]
?Safo with the League of American j
An*fiteorporators and officers of tho i
il'?t*' Go-operative Galleries nn? ;
? i?r Bowes, president; Harriot Mas-',
' ? secretary ??"???*-- treasurer, and |
ten???. pt3J0ws Jav Habidsre. Robert i
GeOT?***- Q*?r'l
T?*fleague or not. The only re
ci'-i?e!tU that ?ight or twelve ex-1
Aether. AU work will be shown
?f?o weeks or ore month on a ?
.?.i AarKo basis. 0f sU !ialt's n-ade
T hi Sy the ?rtists will receive,
S?? ?As o? th* ?*le Pric(>. while the i
'X? fifth will**? to the building fund j
'or th* VT0V0*ei **rt cen,ter- ? .
it i?s ??'an*???to ?Pen the Sall?i? in I
.?,* three app<*"*-0i=t floors of tho Gid
;?m BtiiiH ?1>out November 1. An;
^??s'ions from,?rti??3 wno desire to
exhibit *Bonli be sent to Julian Bowes,
iba president, within tho next two
week*?. . ... ,,
The charter of the frailen
L.? t. nJdi'tinn to maintainim
tions t>i ?its a!-d cralts, tne sar
be (foterned so as to render
equally eligible to all and to
clearing house national in scope."
This amounts to a Rhiftinc- r,f n
tions on behalf of i
the shoulders of the
can Artists to tho:
Co-operative Gallrri
same to
space
be a
clearing house national in scope.
This amounts to a shifting of opera?
tions on behalf of an art forum from
the shoulders of the League of Ameri?
can Artists to those of tho Artists'
,'*.,., war at :?.-fl (l al le ri pa.
*-*?-?-Sg_?j
Frick Heirs Claim
$108,657 From lh S.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 7.?Hcira
of the late Henry C. Frick, the
coke king, to-day filed in Federal
District Court a statement of
claim for $10.,6,57, which, they
say, was "unlawfully and erron?
eously collected" by the Internal
Revenue Department
The amount involved in the
claim was collected by the *?rovern
ment as taxes on eleven insurance
policies. The heirs contend that
the estate was taxed illegally in?
asmuch as the policies taken out
b.y Mr. Frick were made payable
to specific beneficiaries.
. ?..,.. .,,_ .
Hinton Plane Arrives
At Santo Doming
New York to Rio F?yer Mnk
the Hop From Port
? au-Prince
SANTO DOMINGO, Republic of S
Domingo, Oct. 7 (By The Associ?t
Presa).?Lieutenant Hinton, the Am?
ienn aviator who is 3iiaking a flij
from New York to Rio de Janeiro
the hydroplane Sammaio Correia
?arrived here at 3 o'clock this aft
noon.
Hinton left Port-au-Prince t
morning, resuming his trip, which 1
beer, delayed by accident.
? . , .i i ?
Woman Fiver at Chicago
CHICAGO, Oct."?.?-Miss Lillian G
lin, said to be the first woman to
tempt to cross the continent in an
mail plane, landed at Checkerbo
Field here, at 4:50 o'clock this afi
noon, and planned to depart early
morrow for New York. She flew
day from Omaha. Miss Gatlin is ir
ing the trans-continental flight
memorialize the. "Gold Star Mothers
? i ? .?? -' -
Mrs. W. H. Felton Receives I
Credentials as U. S. Sena
CARTERSV1LLE, Ga., Oct. 7.? ]
William H. Felton, of Cartersville,
day held credentials as the first wo
United States senator. Appointe<
fill the vacancy caused by the d
of Thomas E. Watson, Mrs. Felton
ceived the papers from Gove
Thomas W. Hardwick, at a celebra
arranged in her honor.
Blue Nose Takes
First Race; Seen
As the Defender
D?cisive Victory for Last
Year's Winner Despite
Two Emirs; Canadia
In Six Minutes Later
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
HALIFAX, N. S., Oct. 7.?Crossing the
finish line with sheets closehauled six
minutes and nine seconds ahend of the
Lahave handliner Canadia, the cham
! pion Blue Nose, with Captain Angus
J,Walters at the helm, won the first of
?the Canadian elimination series here
to-day.
It was a decisivo victory for the win?
ner of last year's international series,
and that she will be the defender at
the coming sories to be sailed off
Gloucester the end of this month ie con?
sidered a certainty. The Mahaska, the
only other vessel- eligible for tho inter
tional, finished third in to-day's race,
crossing the line twenty minutes after
the Blue Nose. The Margaret K. Smith
finished fourth.
Captain Walters came near losing
the race owing to two errors. Tho tirst
was in rounding the first mark, when
he left it to starboard instead of to
port. After several minutes' sailing he
realized his mistake and jibbed back
and rounded tho mark properly. He
lost nearly ten minutes. The second
error was at the second snark. A _ud
den change of wind had made the sec?
ond leg a thresh to windward instead
of a broad reach, and on his starboard
tack to reach the buoy he overshot the
mark by a wide margin.
Th? Blue Nose proved herself to be
in far better trim than last year, and |
won easily despite these errors. The j
i Canadia, sailed by Captain Joseph Con- |
rad, provided the sensation of the race j
by leading the Blue Nose for about j
half of the forty-mile course. When !
Captain Angus made his error at the
first mark, the Canadia, rounding the
mark properly, leaped into the lead and
held it until the vessels were near the
fourth mark, when the Blue Nose, foot?
ing considerably faster, crept up to
weather of her and resumed the lead.
The Blue Nose covered the course in
.1 hours, 34 minutes, 27 seconds, offi?
cial lapsed time. This is not as fast as
her time last year, but was fast under
to-day's weather conditions. The ves?
sels were sent off in an eic-ht-lmi-,
4busedHorse9Sentenccd
To Read 'Black Beauty'
CHICAGO, Oct. 7.?As a fine
for overloading of his horse
drawn wagon, James O'Donald,
president of a local teaming com?
pany, today was sentenced by
Municipal Judge John F. Haas to
read "Black Beauty."
_,_ ! ?
breeze, but it soon increased to fifteen.
In defending the field to-day the Bltjfl
Nose sailed better than she has prev?
iously done, local experts say, pointing
out that any one of these veBse's could
defeat tho Elsie, which meed the Blue
Nose last year. The second race is to
be ?ailed on Monday.
I O ' I I IL , . . I ? . ,
Cutten Says We Extol
Then Violate Democracy
New Colgate President's Theory
All Men Are Created Equal
Is Erroneous
HAMILTON, N. Y., Oct. 7.?"Tho
word democracy has become a fetish
in America and to criticize it is con?
sidered not only to be poor form, but
to be destined to failure. We aro per?
mitted to do the utmost violence to
democracy in our actions as long as
we extol it with our words," said Dr.
George Barton Cutten to-day in the
university chapel during an address
incident to exercises inducting hin
as president of Colgate University.
The subject of President Cutten's dis?
course was "Tho Reconstruction of
Democracy."
"If all people were born free and
equal," said President Cutten, "democ?
racy would not only be possible but
very desirable. With only 13% per
cent of the population able to get
through college well, 15 per cent able
to get through at all, and but 25 per
cent able to comprehend the signifi?
cance of the ballot, democracy is out
of the question.
"The idea of democracy is not only
founded on a mistaken theory that all
men are born free and equal, but upon
another theory equally unsound, that
'tho voice of the people is the voice
of God.'
"Manhood suffrage," the new presi?
dent said, "has been our greatest and
most popular failure, and now we
double it by granting universal suf?
frage."
m*f?&*4L
TTIRE
FOB. OCTOBER WEDDINGS
Autumn brings forward new modes for the bride and her atten?
dants that to the traditional beauty of the ceremony may be
added the charm and freshness of the newest fashions.
IHIB?lrlINr values permit the selection of exquisite attire in the
widest variety of styles at prices below those of other stores.
Brides-to-be who are already formulating their ideals of thrift
will find special opportunities in this list.
Wedding Dresses of white bridal satin (il?
lustrated) detachable court train of satin in
combination with maline, ornamented with
bouquet of orange blossoms
74.50
Wedding Dresses of various beautiful white
materials in a variety of styles suitable for
the simple home wedding or the elaborate
church ceremony.
19.73 to 89.50
Another Model of while diffon broce ded \el
vet with circular side-draperies of chiffon and
an unusual half sleeve.
I
Wedding Dresses of white bridal satin with
tunic of Chantilly lace. Also dresses of
embroidered white Canton crepe.
Special 39.50
Bridesmaids' Dresses of gros de Loudres
taffeta or silk net in corded bouffant or
straight line frocks with trimming of French
flowers. Pastel shades in georgette also.
Special 19.73
B sacsmaids" Dresses in bouffant and straight
l'ne styles made of chiffon velvets, georgette,
nets, taffetas, crepes and laces.
14.73 to 79.50
Bridesmaids' Dresses of crepe chiffon com?
bined with Chantilly lace of cobwebby fine- Wedding Veils beautifully arranged in new
ness. The sleeveless bouffant model is par?
ticularly becoming to the slenderly youthful
miss. Coral, orchid and white. An unusual
model designed with hearts of lace.
Special 55.00
est ways, ornamented with orange blossoms
and ?ace coronet?two and a half and three
and a half yards long?priced according to
lengths. 9.95 to 12.95
Other Bridal Veils made specially to your
order.
See Gravure Section for Women'. Apparel Adr."For other Hetra Adyert?-ing See Page 20.
3
BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS
BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS
Fulton Stree
Bond Street
Livingston St | \
Elm Place
Business Hours 9 to 5:30
Continuing Monday the Exceptional Low Price Sale of
?,n~ "-?' -- $4.49 a Yard
(A Duvetyn Velvet)
?I thllaK We? Why L0GSer CUSt0? did not hesitate t0 purchase Iib
luxuriousne^?ClaimS thlS * ^^ SeaS?n ""* a SeaS?n *0T deep piIe fabrica which exPreS3 a rich softness and
"Du Vol" % nnP^nfnv?Lrh?Ch ?&**??? $e taping quality of a duvetyn with the richness of a velvet.
Du-Vel at once impresses one as of quality usually from $7 to $10 a yard and the aale nricp of *4 49 i?
recognized as a remarkable opportunity P * 8
a SPQrts7o*W^ ?nG t0 ^V1^?" for a dret*i * three-piece suit, an overblouse or
COlo?-brocadesi ??? nnd ?n,,Pvi?? f ?" W-th Mrn7 COl0,;ed A4*1*** 8tripes combining from four to six shades, self
coior orocaaes. satin and Du-Vel stripes in one color and satin and "Du-Vel" checks. 36 to 40 inches wide.
l.o? ?-.?-r's?Velvet Section, Second Floor.
Yard
Because of Its Matchless Beauty Has Made a Great Stir at the New Price
and there will be many choice frocks in Brooklyn that will be immensely becoming and graceful.
More Than Four Dozen Colors
fr>?llS Xfri<T s^ies give an opportunity to secure your own personal color in this matchless silk. Just read over
some of the colors and imagine their exquisiteness! Here is a partial list, including black and white:
Pink
Orchid
Pearl Gray
Silver
Seal
Sand
Coral
Turquoise
Tangerine
African Brown
Midnight Biue
Marine Blue
Nile
Champagne
Peacock
Japan Blue
Poppy
Navy
Jade
Tan
Gold
Henna
Taupe
Duck BIu?
American Beauty
Harding Blue
Chestnut Brown
Almond Green
Beaver
Caramel
40 Inches Wide and Every Thread Silk. Where Is Its Equal in Low Price or High Quality?
and to this every woman will add its style feature is even more than the other factors, for Paris is mad about softly draping satins.
'Loeser'a?Main Floor, riond jtieet Erjtrsnce.
louse
Of Mohair Wool
VWO smart new Sweaters such as these will be wel?
comed by the girl who counts Sweaters as the main?
stay of her wardrobe for school and outdoor sports.
The model on the left simulates a Russian blouse and is knitted
of mohair with a fiber silk stripe. Rust, black, buff and French
blue are the colors.
The model on the right is hand fashioned of pure mohair in
two-tone plaids beautifully blended. Black and white, buff and
brown, French blue and gray.
Sizes 86 to 46
Loeser's?Sweater Section, Second Floor.
This .Attractive Three-Section
with Miter Cut End Plates
for $29.50
NE OF THE FEATURE values of an entirely new lot of
Framed Mirrors.
These are fifty-two inches long, with miter cut end
plates, in full burnished ornamented frames with Chinese blue
background. Exceptional at $29.50.
Three-Section Mirror*, $37.50
Three-section sideboard Mir?
rors, 54 inches long, in gray
and blue or brown and gold fin?
ished frames.
Three-Section Mirrors, $25
Sideboard Mirrors, 60 inches
long, dark blil-te frames with
touches of colored fruit orna?
ments.
Console Panel Mirrors, $18.50
Blue or brown and gold
frames with miter cut glass.
Oval Mirrors at $22.50
Can be hung upright or ob?
long; in French blue or walnut
brown frames with center orna?
ments of gold.
Mirrors at $8.48
27 inches high with miter cut
panels, in various styles of
frames.
Also a Collection of Odd Mirrors, One of a Kind, at Half Price.
Loeser's?Fourth Floor.
A Record Series of Values In
THE right weight of Underwear is an essential to
health and comfort now. And those interested in
reinforcing their supplies for the season will find
here a wide variety of the very best makes in the most
wanted styles and decided price advantages, because of
special purchases.
Men's $1 to $3 Shirts and Drawers at 69c. to $2.29
At 69c?Medium weight natural gray cotton and wool Shirts and
Drawers.
At 98c?Medium weight natural gray cotton and wool Shirts and
Drawers.
At $1.29?Medium weight natural gray cotton and wool Shirt3
and Drawers.
At $2.29?Winter weight natural gray pure wool Shirts and
Drawers.
Men's $1.39 to $6 Union Suits at 98c. to $3.98
At 98c?Winter weight ecru ribbed cotton Suits.
At $1.39?Winter weight gray ribbed cotton Suits.
At $1.59?Splendid quality combed cotton winter weight Suits.
At $2.98?Winter weight natural gray ribbed cotton and wool
Suits.
At $3.98?Winter weight natural gray ribbed cotton and wool
and cotton.
Unusual Values in Women's Underwear
Glovesilk Ve*ts at $1.19
Extra quality Vests with tailored tops, in white and pink.
Glovesilk Bloomers at $1.49
Extra quality, well reinforced, in pink only.
Combination Suits, 89c
Medium winter weight cotton Suits, knee length; regular and
extra sizes.
Combination Suit?, 98c
Extra quality medium weight cotton Suits? low neck, sleeve?
less, knee length, in white and pink ; regular and extra sizes.
Combination Suits, $1.19
Winter weight cotton Suits, low neck, sleeveless, knee length;
regular and extra sizeg.
Combination Suits, 79c
Light weight cotton, wide and tight at knee; regular and
extra sizes.
Combination Suits, 49c
Medium weight cotton Suits, low neck, sleeveless; knee and
ankle length; regular and extra sizes.
50c. and 65c. Vests and Tights, 39=
Medium weight cotton Vests, low neck, no sleeves; Dutch
neck, elbow sleeves, with bodice tops and tape over shoulder; knee
length Tights to match; regular and extra sizes.
Children's 50c. to 75c. Underwear, 39c. to 59c
At 39c?Fleece lined Vests, Dutch neck, elbow sleeves; knee
length, Pantalets to match.
At 49c?Boys' fleece lined cotton Suits _in natural color, long
sleeves; ankle length, well made and finished.
At 59c.?Missis' Combination Suits of white fleece cotton, high
neck, long sleeves, ankle length.
Women's 59c. Full Fashioned ?Stockings at 39c
Black full fashioned imported cotton Stockings with un?
bleached split feet; also black medium weight full fashioned cotton
Stockings with spliced soles, heels and toes and double tops.
Women's $1 and $1.50 Stocking? at 69c
Black, cordovan, rose, beige, polo and gray seamed back
thread silk Stockings; also camel, gray and beaver full fashioned
fiber and silk Stockings with mercerized tops and soles.
I-.oeser's?Ssicond Floor, Women'? "Underwear.
L?eser-8?Main Floor, All Other Merchandi??.
Oriental Rugs, Carpets, Mats
"Loeser's Is Selling Them Low"
That is How the Trade Is Talking About This Sale!
That Is What Every Loeser Patron Soon Realizes!
And the 20%-to-50%-Less Prices Continue
[OME OF THE RUG GROUPS so low priced that like
sizes in good grades of Wilton are costing more to?
day. And this, not alone in the larger sizes, but,
what is more rare, in the smaller sizes as well!
So come tomorrow if you would see the finest Oriental Rug
display this store has ever made, the lowest Oriental Rug prices
in all New York.
Kurdistan, Mosoul, Beloochistan and Anatolian
Rugs, Antiques, Moderns, 2VzxS feet to 3l/^x6
<
Group 1?Sale Price
Group 2
$2
-Sale Price
Group 3?Sale Price
$24.50
Group 4?Sale Price
$29.50
Each one of these groups is full of interest. Good de?
signs, good colors, well woven. Rugs that will make ex?
cellent gifts, for they are superior in every way.
Kazaks, 4x7 and 6x9 Feet
$35.50 $45.50 $53.50
Heavier and finer than the most sanguine will be willing to
believe. We don't know when we have had such lovely Ruga and
such quality Rugs for so little.
The Silkiest of Sarouks
Size 4x7?at $89.50
Thick, closely woven Rugs with a sheen like silk, and in pat?
terns that to say are Sarouk is to say enough! Beautiful Rugs.
Wonderful values. See them.
Strip?, 3.6x10 to 4x17 Feet
$45.50 $69.50 $75.50
All beautiful Persian specimens?Kurdistans, Moguls, Cabt
stan?, Shirvans, Ghenghis?some of them mellowed antiques, oth?
ers fine examples of the more modern.
Handsome Mahal Carpets
Size 8x10?at $110
These are ever popular Rugs for dining and living room
floors. They are here m fine choice among rose effects, blues
and tans. And what a price !
Ghorovan, Serapi and Her?s Rugs in Carpet Sizes
A magnificent group?at wonderfully low prices for these
sterling weaves.
Size 9x12 feet: $159 $169 $175 $175
Size 10x14 faet: $265 $295 $315
Arak Rugi?Just feel the weight and note the depth of thu
pile. Those are the features that tell whether an Oriental Rug is
low priced or not. And thev are talking about these I
Arak Rugs, 8x10 Feet?Sale Price, $250
Arak Rug?, 0x12 Feet?$310, $365 und $375
Unser's?Thira Floor.

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