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one our or overcoats IW > J
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I K tailoring characterize one and all These are specificadvantages jadvantages
I t i rr advantages of Hackett Carhart clothes for menfjT kf iI 3 1
1 fjT If its an overcoat it is cut and shaped correctly
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j waistcoat the trousers are all in accord with thelatest i tj
± j I latest turn of fashionThree i f j 1 tlt
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if Tweed tailormade Suits 48inth
I inth closely fitting CoatLined
1 I Lined throughout withgrey
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Cheviot and KrondclothSuits
Suits with long or mediumlength
length Coats Latest fashionable
ionable colorsi
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I 2450 and 2050Velveteen
r Velveteen Walking Suitswith
I with Eton or mediumlength
length Coats Trimmedvrith
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t 3501 and 4200Twentythird
Twentythird StreetThere
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There is the EKWANOK and theJ
ODOC bath collar toh nelv ioars ifyou
you prefer the ottar shapes its yourpleasure
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pleasureMil
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Mil srsAlitarns IX < TIT ttrrllsPAhrarns ii
i Alitarns OCli rnniMl of ttastcful midInrninplcnt Irllrnll1PNrnt
Inrninplcnt lunaccnirntThe 1The
The nixtjipcond nnnnil report of llioKow
I Now York iisocinMopfor improving thotonditihn ii
i tonditihn of tho Poor made public yet erI
I flay makes distinct ilmrR of rni ninnnRpmcnt
mcnt of the public hath Mstciii imclprlioroush
I Borough IJrc idln Mirarn in ManliattnnIt If
f It says that iilthouxh Mr Minam his shownmuch imurh
much mtornht In the Latin and has Msilc < lthem
them repeatedly it is crl nuns duty citherin
in or out of IIIH offco to ditnnor or torpport
report promptly need I 1n in notporhonally I
personally oh < oroJ or o iiiniml linnthat
that the ooinplPtioii of tlc ornth ttrectbath
bath IH clayed mouth after month forwant
want of hut ono veoKH workTho i
Tho report also charges that contractors
art violating the time limit with impunitthat
that the water supply for three bath isdefcient Idlflcirnt
deficient that tho baths urn closed 7 inand
and 8PM whet tho liv says they shallbe Ibp
be closed at 10 ollocl and that schoolchildren
children are not permitted to bathe after I
6 ocloik It makes than charge aboutihenayroll IIheparroll
ihenayrollTho
Tho payroll and repair accounts HIPunnocessanly IunnocPAarlly
unnocessanly high men arc carried on thopayroll ipayroll
payroll for months and innntlw before thoopeninR
I opening of tho now baths nearly 100 attendants i
ants arc paid for son icon at the lloatiiiRbaths
i baths for wok after the + n Imthi ato nolonRpr
longer used from twontynino to Ihlrtynino
nine men were Paul last winter otenslblyto
to sit around and watch fifteen float In IIbathl
baths stored in ono placea u < ricn llatcould
i could easily be rendered bv one or twoThe
The report also charge that Inrne sutiiof
Ii of money are being spent on flltoniiK foibathing
I bathing purponei water which the bathersuso Iuse
II use for drinking purpose in their ownhomes
homes unfiltered It ohio declares that theprccrit
prccrit method of msnautnt the baths is
I grotesjUO in its uselessness and Impo I
rl tence and IR far inferior to the system innfftin
I vogue in Tirnnlllvn I
Tin report shows that in tin veer justended
1 ended the association gate ilief to
10000 persons outings to loom bathsto
to more than 111 000 tare tn 327 molherlesnInfants
Infants rri trratment o sixty crippled ortuborcuous
tuborcuous childrenThe
f The sofltly llnds thrt the tenth of poorpchool
school children are m a friphtful conditionand
and suggests compiilmTV ire dental clinicsfor
f for nchor diildion It also wants a i 000m
i m 1Inr and playground on the seashoreIt
It adxninteAu inure arleriunto inspection rfthe
the milk supply of the cityrjrrs
rjrrs 10 fiCiiriTiinA
A1 Ptldns Mill Ica > es ooo to ItsJliirllnlile
Jliirllnlile YsnplitlnnAlbert
Albert J Pitldn who died on November
18 by his will fild for pr bate vescrdaybequeathed
r bequeathed f5 COO to found a scholarshipto
to be named after him in tho TheilogicolSeminary
Seminary at Auburn N1 and 53 WH oichto
to the Schencctadr Free PuMio Iibiarytho
tho Hospital An iciati > nof Schonrcady theY
Yl1 C A brnnoh at hjionactady and thoY
Y RGA of tho imo to snTho
Tho balance of the estate Roes to thowidow
widow Annie C Iltkin of 191 lliversilyDrive
Drive ami uriotis rpiitlvrs Mr 1itklnwas
was cQ ioctcd with the American Looomotlve
motlve Works
I f 1 oQ r
c The BestBitter
BitterLiqueur >
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I a OOBittel1s 6 fIQG Pbitters
Bittel1sThe
I The Gem of the SideboardThe
The best of mixed drinks vary LNDCRBERGBOONLKAMP
BOONLKAMP BITTERS tLiqueurl is ALWAYSTHE
THE SAME Its effects are delightful stimulatingbracing
i bracing and appetising At the club or the homefor
for yourself your guests and for the whole familyit
it is the nip par excellence Can be used as aliqueur
liqueur or poured through cracked ice It is the bestfriend
I friend of the stomach known refreshing and beneficialat
at all hours The favorite with ladies as it is with menUsed
i U ti lid cnors d by the hl hctt auhcr t sEnjoyable
Enjoyable as a Cocktail and Better for Yon6C03003
6C03003 Bottles Imprrted Info the Unit SidlesCirNoer
i drnfrt WIn Mrrrants Hotih lIt CAlrs Restaurant TieBottled
I Bottled Orli by H UNDErBERG ALBRECHT Rhclnberg Germany Since 1846Thousands
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I t J Thousands of Silent Pianosunused
1 unused for yearswouldgladden
I 4 i gladden the home ina
a twinkling if aCan
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P I AND P LAYERwere
Can 6e ached tosny
say mwte of piano were attached to themCash
I Cash or monthly payments
if desired
Vc are doing a large buainen in the renting ofHardmin
Hardmin Piano Playera at low priceiIIARDMAN
HARDMAN PECK COMPANYFirm
Firm d1IiNE 4NI > IIITII sritrirr czar lonKr24
rM Fullnn Street ItrmiMrnllniohKn
llniohKn store Open Saturday ItrtnlnrsWe
We promised not to print the name of the jobber that soldus
us the 250 pieces woolens that were placed on sale on oursecond
second floor yesterday The house Is settling the estate ofheirs
heirs and it would hurt their future with the trade Suits
25 Trousers 7 Overcoats silk lined 530Store
Store closed Thursday ThanksgivingSamples
Samples of these will be given or mailed to any addressBroadwoy
ARNHEJMBroadwny I
Broadwoy CQ Ninth Street
sr inn t > of r TO mmIctpril I
Ictpril Inmate of on Industrial Nehonlnlnt Innd
nnd t < oiiipiiilon trrestcllItI IItnj
Itnj iyler 18 ypnru old who salt IIP ltedI i
I nt Ifil Java street Iroonpoint but whom Ihomo
homo is at Horlport N Y and AlbertI I
I McKeo 22 years old of Perth Ambo wcioi
i held yesterday in the Manhattan avenuepolice
police couit illiamburK to uvait thoaction
action of the Iraml Jury by MnpixtrntoOHeily
OHeily on n charge of attempted burglary j
They wore nrrcMed early on Saturday Imorning
morning in n nrd back of a jewelry itoiert
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rt Kent street and Man attan I avenueTyloi
i Tyloi had a dnen false keys and McKeeI Ihad
j had thrown away n jimmyi
i Tver tether who was m court tvasaffected Iaffected
affected deeply by liii sons arrest Thesun
I sun expre ccll1 whIle to confess homethinK
I UP ale that while le wan an inmate of theState
State Industrial School at Ifochestorrecently 1
I ho Hindi Ills eriif and came to New Iorlcin
On 1rldny lat while on tho pier of the Wardline
line Hearner he met MoKeo who urged himto 1
to join him in thieving operations Theywont
wont to Uoodtiridce N1 where 7ytersaidaleKechu1 iAlcKteliad
AlcKteliad planned to tarry out hoxeral robwrlrM Il
Verbs Meleefylr added had a jimmynnd
and ho carried u Illneh of keys They wereI I
I lightened a wny from WoodhndRo whentoyiettirnodtoNow
toyiettirnodtoNow York they went to RIIIi iluin
lIunhurIt nnll planned to rob a saloon ndi
i joining the jewelry store in tho yard ofwhich Iwhich
which they vcro caught by tho policeI I
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Il11SJiSfnISI
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1IIVNKSIINI DAI ATFive eFive I
i Five Points Missionwill i
will tnnliinfrt l > j irhlnirnrtlnrurtn I fnficlilldrrn
momtM of tin stmda nt nay SrlmoK Insldcs
I Sdiillne bnvkns Into hundlrjs of homesDONATIONS
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DONATIONS OF MONEY AND PROVISIONS
VISIONS MAY BE SENT TOHits
tlllstl I Illt ItS lrra < urrrI
14 I IIUPII Sup rlnlrndcnII
a1 Park strrfttntn
I urea IV unit trim iriitlano
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Irs Jlary lane llarrh of Indian IleseentPasses
I Passes twey In New llorhellpI
I Saw Hocnv1 E X Y Nov 27IInllnry
Mary Jane Hirris clioed to bo the oldestwoman
I woman in the Mate of New York died at
I New Rochelle totiny in her lllth yearHer I
Her grandmother was an Indirn who said
she wan a drf < endnnt of Pocahontas Mrsllaiiii
llaiiii wan lorn in Oeorgetown D RSho
Sho wild who had seen George Sa hinKtonhen
when she was 0 years old both in Ynuhlnir I
ton and nt Alexandria Sho attributed herKreat
great ag < to her regular habits and open nire
e orcic Shi leaves three form all ofthem
them pant wenty and Homo of hor grandchildren
children are gray haired Tho body will
be taken to Virginia for burial
James McCreery CoChina
Chinaand IDnd
and Cut GlaasDinner
Dinner SetifFine
Fine China spray and border patters
100 pieces 1080 and 1200
vlne 1400 and 1700HavlIandB
HavlIandB China Open stock Spraydeiign
design 3500Tttc
s 0 vain 4100Havllands
Havllands China Gold lace design 0509Yilue
TilDe eaooFrench
French ChinaChop Dish with gold edges 350ralu
ralu aIOFine
Fine China Chop Dish Border pattern 76cTaint
Taint lZSFine
Fine thin China Bread and Butter PlatesFlower
Flower patterns with gold edgesTinted
Tinted background 300 dorEnglish
English China Bread and Butter Plates 400English 1English
English China Teacups and Saucers 000Fine fInc
Fine thin China Teacups and Saucers 2001vla
T lne 400Ramekin
Ramekin and Plate Pink Rosebud pattern
torn 300 dozCutGlo
Cut Glass
3 pint Jug Now cutting 350Taint
Taint 100
4 pint Jug 675if
if nit 8 BO
5 pint Jug 735Tain
Talus 1000Twentythird
Twentythird Street
It started off as a travellingcoat
coat
Since then the vogue of thejelt
belt back overcoat has gone soar
far that its still all right to callhem
them tourists though theyremostly
mostly worn about townHere
Here are plenty
22 tO 40Young
Young mens sizes 32 to 35chest
chest 20 to 28ROGERS
ROGERS PEET it COMPANYThree
Three Broadway Stoles2SS
258 842 1260at
at > t ttWtrreo
Wtrreo st 13th st 32d it
They started off as fine softhats
hatsi
i Since thenit was manyI
I years ago the Stetson soft hatshave
have acquired international fameas
as the finest soft hats made anywhere
I whereIts
I Its because we agree in thatverdict
verdict that were glad to leti
i everyone know that weve lotsoi
oi the finest Stetson soft hats
5 to 8ROGERS I
ROGERS PEET COMPANYThree
Three Broadway Storea
258 842 1260opposite
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opposite near oppositeCity
City Halt Union Squire GOY Squire
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OUR ESTABLISHMENT WILL BECLOSED II
l CLOSED TODAY TUESDAYi
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MEMBER OF THE FAMILYI
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IIITHANKSGIVING
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THANKSGIVING APPEALOF
OF THEFIVE
FIVE POINTS HOUSE OF INDUSTRYI
OB WORTH ST NEW YORKA
A Homo for Homelosn ChildrenNo
No Collator la employed This Is our only AppealWE
WE ARE VERY MUCH IN NEED OF MONEYaht
aht 1H MTTIF ONKS from the poorest dMC cube clti hate hea jhrltcrrd and cared for since theInrorraiMlnn
InrorraiMlnn or 1111 Institution now In If trod tear of srnlrcIMIfSTKIAI
IMIfSTKIAI TRAINING Hi lilr the refular school classes It ofTcrs Iralnlnt In printing cooVlneHruloff
Hruloff end housework 1n the InrnftlcnFOIt
FOR Till SICK amoni thr children U has special hospital bulldlni with efTclrnt curjej and iraduateA
sti3Irian tn at1ondanrrAT
A TlIANa KSKniNt IHVNFR will lie lrn both to the children of the House and to the poor of thoWill
Will t J11 ASSIST IS lo carts on thus work the beneficial results of which cannot be measured by mereeure
eure < f
ire depend largely Spelt yonr lapport for onr malntcnancA
A SERVICE OF 1IA nED SONOU
U renderedother h our children every Sundaj at S M to which all are welcome You are aljo InUtfd to vUltui
ui on other da > and pnrtlrul rl onAT
TElANKSGXVZISTG DAYAT
AT ONE OTI OCK the children of the house have their dinnerOTI
AT TWO OTI OCK a dinner is given to the outdoor piiorE
lilFnu ExERCiSES in THE CIIILDKMN at two clock Solos Diets nfcltallon and Drllli
You will dad Ihls an Interntlnt servlrecoUt
COHB AND SEE THE TTORK < TTE ARE DOINGTllfSTEESl
TllfSTEESlMOPRIS
MOPRIS K JESIII Prulilent DAVID A FrIKSTON teePrARUIIDALD
ARUIinAID l > RISSEHU Secf JtltH5 ElSKIIIAUIKS TtrasaretCIIAIIIES
IIIAUIKS IAMrII T TIIESTO TELIACIIAULBS
CIIAULBS H IIOFKMA J HOPKINS SMITHDILLItM
DILLItM n OARnLTT SuperintendentCheck
Check nm tic tnsdo ii > Bble toWILLIAM
WILLIAM H WHEELOCK Treasurer 155 Worth St
rirrmsn Hurled From TruckHook
I Hook and ladder Company 58 oni18
its way to a fire in the cellar under thetnitod
I tnitod States Gas Appliance Companys
I store at 698 Broadway WllUanuburffi yo
terday collided with a Sumner avenuecar
car at Broadway and Moore street and
Assistant Foreman Wohard Wood was l
thro A off He foil on lily bead and besidesa
a soajp wound he sprained his left arm
The Lro did 100 damage +
1t 1mi IStore
Store Closes at 6 P JVLThe
The Pleasure of Checking OffThe II
I The Christmas ListsT
I Uy BOUGHT Aunt Marys Christmas gift todayIm I
1 Im glad thats over said one woman yobtorday
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torday whom wo overheard Thore woroscores iscores
scores of othors breathing the same sigh of roliofstoring
storing up satisfaction and comfort for tho daysbefore
before Christmas when others will bo in tiioirenzy
frenzy and hurlyburly of lastminute shoppingR
Remember thatThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day is aweek I
week late this yoarYoull
Youll haVe to startchasing I
chasing the Christinasturkey
turkey almost as M > OUas
as youve picked thobones
bones of the Thanksgiving
r giving birdChoose
Choose one or twogilts
gifts today and lightenthe i
the holiday bur donThe
The greatest of allChristmas
Christmas displays of merchandise invites youto
to WAXAMAKERS
cJ ShowingOf
Of Beautiful Fur CoatsHeailed
Headed by Paris model coats from Paquin and Rufln thecollection
collection of rich Fur and Furlined Coats presented today isof
of more than ordinary importance The best foreign noveltyeffectn
effect are shown as well as thu stylish correct but moreconfcervativo
confcervativo models from best American furriersThe
The rigid system of inspection through which all fur garments
ments must pass before being admitted to our stocks is absolute
solute protection the quality insurance wKich alone makesinvestment
investment in furs entirely safe Exterior effect is easy tosecureJ
secure in furs but the great cost is not in skins aloneit uthe
the matching the sewing the shaping Only by expart inspection
spection and knowled of the origin of the garment is furbuying
buying safe These things are absolutely assured to you atWANAMAKKRS
WANAMAKKRSThe
The display is worthy of a special visit todaySecond
Second floor BroadwayFine
Fine Peau de Sole CoatsIn
In Extra Sizes 40 to 46This
This is just one of the unusual features of Wanaumkerstocks
stocks one of the things that other stores neglect andWANAMAKERH
WANAMAKERH provides Many women who in the past hatefound
found it necessary to go to a tailor and experiment with vetypossible
I possible dissatisfaction in order to get a cant in these Jargttsizes
sizes will be delighted to find them here ull ready to try outa
in variety almost as great as in tho smaller wizesOf
Of course these handsome Peau de Sole Coats uersspecially
specially made for us sortie in Paris others in Berlin Theyhave
have exclusive character and exceptional beautyPrices
Prices range from 52 to 125Some
Some new TWEED COATS are shown today Tweedshave
have had a remarkable season in London and on the European
penn continent Now York City hal also given them anenthusiastic
enthusiastic welcome Ve have had the best foreign modelscopied
copied here and we have biought a tine assortment from theotlior
I other side Tweed coats are stylish and attractive ns well usserviceable
serviceable Prices 15 to 86 Two now styles of especiallyattractive
attractive value are nhown at 2200 and 25The
The tock of RAINCOATS for Women is now at tho topnotch
notch of fullness preparatory to the enormous holidaydemand
demand Prices 1250 to X20 Second Floor lirondwnThe
The LIGHT of theThanksgiving
Thanksgiving FeastThe
The glow of happiness upon homecoming faces willgive
give first color to the occasion But every hostess wellknows
knows that however little or much her guests may examineand
and criticise tho details of its furnishings the picture that IMSon ion
on the raarv Jous film of the brain twill reflect the distinguishing
guishing features of tho display and cause admiration lorthotastoof
thg taste of the ono selecting them Artificial LIGHT Htoday Itoday
today the greatest of all decorative elementsThe
The newest glory of tho diningroom is the CUT GLASSLAMP
LAMPThe
The stand tho bowl the globe the chimneyall are ofrichly
richly cut glass In daylight It Is set on the sideboard todissolve
dissolve and diffuse the sunbeams into multitudinous rainbows
bows In the evening it glows in the centre of the tablerich
rich in prismatic splendorThere
There are tall banquet Imtipa at I10 and fan heavy squat dint clamps
lamps at MO to S5 vnso shape lamp ut 10 up to the nmsnifircnt rrrition
tion lamps At 100 All are complete In every detail of courseThe
The rival factor In table light beauty Is tho colored bead Munliand
and the sties range from the little llowerllko Rhodes for H onndplabnnmade Imade
made of throe thousand handstrung beads at 3W inch up to a tweminch
inch lamp shade formed by upwards of fifty thousand multi enblrrIbeads
beads and priced at 40 here are 111110 covers for electric bulb r1
2 to J375If
If you have not soon the newly enlarged Lamp Store you hate dfairyland
fairyland yet to see lIullenlflIt
Trimmed Hatsat
at 5 to 10Thoy
Thoy wore considerablyraoro
moro ambitious in price beforethey
they succumbed to too muchhandling
handling Not perfectly freshbut
but exceptional chances forsuch
such small costVelvet
Velvet silk or felttrimrjed withflowers
flowers plumes velvet silkittmany
many stylish moles und colons1ft
1ft to tlO eachMillinery
Millinery Salon Second floor IVwny
SuperfineHandkerchiefs
Han dkerchtefsilnnd
Handoptin liMn hell titdlC 1 < 1pmbroidcrnd
embroidered in France by th usure
sure artistic fingers of exptrbroidercrs
broidercrs graceful wrenthHproys jAproI
sprays liht and prcoiso and tHteFron
< ate Frenghy Sheer elrcinflo Jfleq
flo thatdrlislif he soul of w90C > 111190C
90C 1 5135 150 175 CactiIn
In pretty boxes tied with nPnPriltCrtl8
Princess Inet IfanMrrchitt rcharntlni
charming too Imnd inndp a Icity veltv
city of the season Efiectivsterns It
terns S25 to fc5 eachBroadway
Broadway
JOHN WANAMAKERFormerly
Formerly A T 5t < vr tf Ph Bro Jtoy Fourth tbe 9th And lOtli

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