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11 I < 4 IxHt Followtoa the th Swampy wmy Lake Lakerrall Lakefrallmmlna LkrraflTlmmtna
rrall frallmmlna Tlmmln Mine Found on n eMIt nrnbt eMIttakCOId rn rnIbtake
Ibtake t takCOId k OW HoWlers mm 40 O Acres AcresIn A AIn
In the District 1ltTIetlbanee Cnance lban for Trade Trartprivate TradlriIt Tradepthttt >
private telegram from Toronto ear earr t1Uh
r < > hr h > rumor that recent rains haTe put putall putmil putrail
all Into the new Porcupine gold goldk
k In on Impossible condition and that thataro thatIro thataI
< aro aI entertained ol rtaln that the several severalli veraluand
li t wand miners and fortune seekers in inh
h I hctnct 1I trict will run short of supplies A Ano AP Ant
no P n telegram tll jtram says a that several men have havetholr hAyehlr havehtIrIITe
tholr htIrIITe liven lIttIln in making mlkin an aneftort effort to reach reachrailroad reacbrailroad reachrailroad
f ii Jrv Sr printed Irin last Monday a story storynf I II
I nf r the wonder wontf of the Porcupine PomiplnoI
I Tl Thia account WAS Riven by a aMitntiv Ap afltntv
p Mitntiv nnt of Tun Tn SUM Rt who had Just Justhi Ju Justrip t
hi 11 TI rlllnlc rip > mt into > Porcupine and who was wash
> h > to 1 hint to come out over overth th trails trailslhv traUsc truUabore
c lhv th wore ro absolutely dotted to toId toII toIIt
Id II H b I quite familiar with the con
< 1 i < m n that roRion and ho laid purtlcu purtlcuuM
C uM UIOI1 > the hani hanlJhlp hlxj of the trail tralUa
a L iiv w V one nl reading that account a ount would wouldr
T r i > lv 1 think twice before foro attempting attemptingto
to mi ii tho th trip before I1ro b OT freezlnc rMtzln weather weatherI weatherlorcuptne
I > 1 URh h Porcupine is I approximately approximatelyhtituirml approiImatlyhtintlrd I Ihlulllr1
< htituirml milS north of Toronto TorontoAeatiicr TorontoIIIr
Aeatiicr atIi IIIr r th thM re has ha not vari variPd Hl from fromu I II
7 u I 1 f Nw w I York ork exo eJNpt > pt that in Porcu Porcuh Por u uhn
h hn j tr fl iir iom llftvwven varietien varietienII
II 1 a i h hr r Th 1 h < camp i tItYlral > v vral ral hundred hundredn
on n in a 11n1 iin < l nfr < fon rOfJt < t TiiKScxman TiiKScxmanu Tin Sts St man manth
> u > h tha th lh foiv ort t niu mut t have omcI ome
1 i L i > do II with lth tho w wathor < athor In any anyf
f it i Khtdt hd11 > d the th round no 1 > 0 as a to pre prev ICThO
v it ThO h alonrption of much of the nurfuw nurfuwr
r t night rl ht twovrcekiingoit two CfkAn oit wancold wancoldli W UOcohtI
I ah li < > inakx i tbin ooatinK of ofb icv on onb 011IJ
b il I witorw Ta n and to fnfz the th ourfitco ourfitcomini urfl urflh urfjicoth
th h mini iMtiMd I1 by tho heavy travel travelT
T r th irnl All II thn big hl lake In Inu InlIItl Inuutr
u i untrv lIItl bad not frozen overi oversoild < olld and ands
> s oiilil go o through thru h part of the th db dbf dl dlInlt
f i into the camp by h breaking th the leo
r i r fht Ihm > ni Tho e in the camp and th thhu ththunt thih
hu hunt h utnd imU on tho th borders of o the th district districtwho
who wr0 v > > re anxious to get tot into the camp campnr camprrVtfl
nr r > r ravine for or weather athtr cold enough to tofizp toth torrz
fizp tho th lakos rivers and all surTacv surTacvjiir lIurlnahr
4 jiir and mud Winter has been n late latei
r4 I i vetr r and instead of snow and frost frostIerv rrollttn froitthrt
Ierv ha have e bc b bn < ofon > n heavy rains rainsTli rainsTl I
Tli route > from Kelxo Ke lo on the railroad railroadi
i If otr ov r a rough trail twelve mllcn to Fred Frmilh FrroI FredLhtL7
lh I hL > < I Ik ik Then there th re la I a boat boatr boatr7I
r r7I H > > ITO ro the th lake and nd up Porcupine PorcupineF
F rer tr for or twelve miles to Hills JlIII Landing Landingrom
rom Hill lIilia s Landing there la I another anotheru
u ugh < h trail of nine miles to Porcupine PorcupineTik
Tik and ij the xarioiu riouI camps It appeara appearafat
fat at owing to o the condition of the lc lci ICfI <
1 i tho th Krederickhouso rl < Lake men deter deteri dfltr1II1d deterned
i ned to K get t through throuhhaetriedto havetnedto follow followan
an 11 old trail around the lake Thin in inswampy IIItmpy l lswampy
swampy tmpy ground and hero nevural II vra I men menhave m menhave n nhIwe
have lost their lives as a reported by the thenews th thnews thenews
news despatches It U b a most desperate desperatetn
tn trIp > It cannot be long however before beforea llfOrorofnz6
a froze takes t k place pl 1Cf and nd the th whole who I trip tripcan tripCoVl tripcan
can then be mode from the railroa1 rallro 1 ea ctlly ctllyin ily ilyin
in four ho houra tire in sleighs sleighsAsido tllehhslIlde sloighLelde
Asido from the various Interests in inWall InWall inWall
Wall Street that are well Infonred the theVuldorfAstorla thtWaldorflItoria theValdorfAntorla
VuldorfAstorla Hotel appears to be the theheadquarters thfheoadqu theheadquartera
headquarters heoadqu rtcrs for Porcupine cnthuM cnthuMant
New York ork last lastthere
ant In Saturday night I II jthere
there I were probably two dozen men In Inthe int Inthe
the t M corridors < < Orrido of tho Waldorf who ho have havon ha haInto haveinto
> n into the district and come out with withatHnnc With1Imnl withaIznn
atHnnc 1Imnl tales lal of gold It is L hard to talk talknith t1lkIth talkwith
with Ith these th e men without getting the gold goldVIT lIoldOne goldIver
Iver VIT One of tho last t men out of tho thori thodrct
ri drct > nct manait managed < l with hi helpers to tot torIll totrLot
t trLot nn 4 > a load of mpecimrn oro HU room roomi m mL
L i lied with tho specimens They are areHU AfflIii AreMi
HU lIii Mi uutiftil olid convincing con incln 1 One On piece piecei pl
i txI rii < ai 1 larga rrlle as a chafing dish U not
oly plMt pl p1atered nd but to I taprt ImPhlDted > nated with withfold withcold withgold
fold It J weighs about bot twentydra twentydrapound tweruynpounda twentylivepounda
pounda The talea these th men tell about aboutthe abouttbe
the richnraa 1chie of the discoveries would
nil a volume and are vouched for by much muchcircumstantial muchcltcutztjantiaI
circumstantial evidence but th thorn ro was waanothing wuootblnK wasnothing i
nothing n new w to Til Tux Hex Rc reprmnatativo reprmnatativowho p ta1Ye I
who had been on the ground himself
Tho very latest new n W from the camp campand campand
and tho most Important news to mining miningmen I
men Is that th the winzn wnze being sunk from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the tOO foot level In one of the croiwcuta croiwcutafrom croMCUtarrom crosecutsfrom
from that Timmlns shaft has reached a adepth adepth adepth
depth of 30 feet and ia 1 I all In ore This Thismeans ThismeaM Thinmean
means a depth dtpthor of J30 lOrMt feet from the surface surfacoand aurfaceand surfaceand
and oro Is exposed all the way It la laknown Itlknown isknown
known that as this ore Is being hoisted hoistedevery hnlatedI hoistedevery
I every third bucket is run through the thetemporary thetemporary thetemporary
temporary ono stamp Tremaln mill millThn mIllThe
The Th other two buckets are stored on the thodump t1I thedump
I dump Tho Waldorf Porcuplnera esti estimate Ntimat estimata ¬ I
mate that tho damn today mntalna ntaln
I 13000000 OOOOOOworthofo worth of oro They Theyaythe say y tha gold goldIs d
Is taken from the plate In the mill at tho thorat thorato thenit
rat rato of an ounce an hour An ounce of ofgold orQld ofgold
gold Qld Is I worth about KO 0 In ttrentyfour ttrentyfourhours
hours therefore this small mill cleans cleansup
up SM1 48 80 < A thirty stamp mill Is being beingInstalled beingIntall beingInetalkd
Installed Intall Tho gold obtained from the thoplates t1I t1IplahOl theplatee
plates Is run through a retort In an assay assayplant auayplant NAYplant
plant and made into gold bricks The Thbricks These Thesebricks o obricks
bricks usually contain about 31000 1000 worth worthof
of gold Official figures guree regarding the thoriclinosa ther1chnoa
I IriclUlOtl
riclinosa of tho ore have not been given givenout I Iout
out but practical men who ant watching watchingthn
thn operations say T it runs 1M 80 O a ton tonThe tooThe tonThe
The Timmlns is only 001 one of a dozen dozenproperties dtneoproperties dazenpropertica
properties that have been proved mum sufficiently al1Mdntly mumcintiy ¬
ciently to justify the very high price at atwhich athlch atwhich
which they the havo changed hands but the theTimmlns tbeTimmins theTimmlns
Timmlns is typical of the other proposi propositions propcHitlonll propoeltIonN ¬
tions that are fast becoming l ming famous and andit
it Trill m IMS l Interesting L1t tn to h hr r how that thatproperty thatproplrty thatproperty
property has ha reached Ita present status statusin
in the th mining world worldThis I IThis IThill I
This Is I the story litOI oa recited at the Wal I Idorf IIlort Idorf
dorf and anilit it is believed to be tho true story storyThe storyTb toryTho
The bartender of tho Matabanlck Hotel Hotelin
in Haileybury lIaU ybury Ontario had a brother brothernamed brothernamed
named ruimlli John McMahon Somehow or orother orothfOr orother
other tho chroniclers all point out that thatJohn thAtJohn thatJulia I
John was a8 tho brother of tho bartender bartenderIt
It seems to be Important In October October1UOU
1UOU John gave Benjamin llolllnger 1150 I
as a grubstake Ben got to Porcupine Porcupineand
and staked the th Hollingor group of claims claimsAt
At 1 about tho same time Jack Miller Milleran I
an old ALutkun miner grubstaked Alex Alexandur Alexandur Iex Iexandur
andur Gilliea < Cluliea staked the Gillies Gilliesgroup Ollliosgroup Dilliesgroup
group of three claims c lms next to the Hol Holhnger 1101Imler Ilolhnger
hnger claims McMahon and nd llolllnger llolllngerand
and Miller and Gillies then associated associatedthemselves aKIClatedhtmllchotI asaoclatedthemselves
themselves as the owners of all these thesecUims tbeeec1aima thesesclaima
cUims They got back to Haileybury Haileyburyand Hai1y Hai1yand I Iand
and Cobalt and offered them th m to M 1 J JOUrien JOUri JOBrien
OUrien OUri n who owns the big OBrien mine minein
in Cobalt and who i 18 said Id to be the biggest 1 1lumberman tlumberman ilumberman
lumberman in Ontario They ThtyOBrien gave gaveOBrien sa saUUriu
OBrien an option on the claims good for forthirty forthirty < IthlrlY
thirty days U < t the end of which time timeif
if he took them b IIP was to pay I > ay SISoOOO 1160000OUriell lteO lteOOltrien II I IOBrien
OBrien sent nt his engineers tU hlleno to make an anexamination anxalllination antxamination
examination The > engineers turned the theproposition thtproposition
proposition down just as engineers are artlh areIn I Iin
in th the habit of doing That is what min mining minInt miiitnt ¬
tnt engineers lnlil1t no are for Talk about gam gambling glLlllbhnit gainhung ¬
hung in mining If one could only reud reudthrough rtUd rtutthrough I Ithrnu
through thrnu h the th l back > ck of the hand of cards curdsdeilt cardsdetit
deilt bv fate fatelThe fatlfh faterue I
The fh Tiiiunlns brother are men who whobecame whobl whobecame
became bl < nmo rich and famous in Cobalt Coba L They Theycontrol ThtYontro Theycontrol
control ontro roine of the th biggest propttrtiua propttrtiuain propt < rtiOtl t tin Iin
in that rump They were the th next to totake totako
take t k an option on thee claims and tho thoprice tboprice thoprice I
price this time was wa JjjiJOOU They Tbt paid j jS20UO I ISIJUlI
S20UO 2 down and the III balance was to bui buipaid hopolci I Ipaiel
paid in twelve equal < Udl monthly mOlltl y instalments instalmentsThe
The 11 eiuct figurm tIun are not known oowl1 hut hutthete I Ith Iihee
thete th are itr rt approximate tlgur figures a and are ureundoubtedly urotJl1c1ouJtPdly areuncloubttdly
undoubtedly ntvir n oar the truth The Tim Timinin Timmi TuniInns
inin mi Inns e4 decided to go through with thdelnnet thdcil th thcieil
cieil delnnet and ut once put men at work develop duvolopin I Iing
ing in tho ore discovered on the surface surfaceThey urfa urfaTIy I IThey
They bad not gone far when they boor Inonrixjrated luoorlonttOl boorporated
ixjrated the th property > erty with 3000HUO shares sharesat harMat
at 13 s each ch sud aUf rol contemplated < l disposing disposingof
of f M om > me of the II stock ut 13 350 K M a share Be Before n nfor Before ¬
fore th thy y noil pai te 11 l with any of the stock stockhowever lI stuckhowever k kIwwv
however r derelopmunU Indicated that thatlh IhAttll thatdio
lh dio > pruportux w Wllt ff > worth a emit d dl dlITOre xii xiimore
more lh thn n llio Jiuormdou capital o oKlock oIOC ostock
stock IOC rim sold and It la I likely none ever evermil everlII er erIII
mil III be I offered tlin th public Tho Tim Timmins Timminsmine
mine iu > it la now known is declared by
all 11 the expert IISpe I is a II well as tiy h all 11 the prac practical practlcaJ practiesi ¬
tical mining mini m men n who have rn n It to toC bn bnon beon
C on O of the wooden of the district a M well wellaa wellone wellma
aa on one of the wonders of thn tll world worldThere wurloThe worldThere
There The are stories somewhat like lik this thisconnected thiJtwith thisconnected
connected with hundreds < 1s of propurtlnt p rtl in intho Inthe inthe
the district except that all of them of ofcounearenot urcourwearenot 01cOUreamnot
counearenot mines but buta butare are good pm PrtllOI1t PrtllOI1teround priispctground peot peotground
ground Is It any anywondor wonder that that whole wholenorthern wholllIorthero wnolenorthern
northern ferret for hundreds of miles mil Is Isnow Isnow innow
now being bein < < overrun by prospector wh whrisk whdale who whorisk
risk their lives 111 In the West of fortum rortun1ISwhich fortunwhich < s swhich
which others are making mak luMt nJ In so many
tnataneeii now coming to light light1Some lightSonae lIghtSome
Some men are making fortunes In tho thomining thornlnlng themining
mining craze without lifting their little littlefingers IIttlfIn littlefingers
fingers fIn < < ers Veteran et ran soldiers In Canada when whenthey whonth whenthey
they th y are discharged diachar from the th service fHrvi get geta
a pension in the shape of what it Known Knownan knownscrip
an scrip or in lieu of that forty rort acrna aro of ofGovernment orOovernmtnt ofDoveunment
Government land Aa th thlf northern northerntownship northlft1towoahlpe northerntownahipa
township have been surveyed but not notprospected notI notprospected
prospected or settled tled In yearn y r gono by bythe II IItbe LIVthe
I the veterans have had the privilege rivil e of ofselecting ofaeloctJn ofselecting
selecting forty acres of land lalltf which whkr hidi lx lxth IICram be beoem
ram th their tl nmn n rtw rt I tn Mtf Him an It was JIM
known kinijiit kinijiitsection that th t a clay t 1 belt lt mnu ran through roug thU thUsection ttiiIICCtJon
section of the country ami the th land made madeRood madeood madeiood
Rood ood farming land when cleared > l of oftimber oftimber oftimber
timber The vtterans wldom took th thtrouble thtrouble 2111 2111trouble >
trouble to go to se < t the th land but went wentbefore wentbefore nl nlbtroro
before the th proper pro r officials mud their theirdeclarations thllrdc14ratlollll theirdeciartIopjq
declarations and mad their selections selectionson
on the maps When ln the gold excitement excitementcame
came it was found that much mu h of this thisdistrict tllillilletrlct thisdistrict
district was in the th names nam of the veteran veteranand veteransand tItflLMand
and capitalists who wished to acquire acquireproperty atqulffproJflrty acquireproperty
property were WfO compelled to hunt up tho thooldien th thIIOldlon thsoldier
soldier and make n14l deals dt1 tI with them if ifthey IIthey ifthey
they could In this way many an old oldsoldier oMacldler oldsoldier
soldier baa acquired a fortune running
from a few r hundred dollars up to many manythousand manytbouannda
thousand thousandThis tbouanndaThill
This Porcupine situation baa been de developing d dyeloplng developing ¬
veloping for a year and the great Im Importance 1mportance Importance ¬
portance of It is I Ii only now dawning upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the outside world Toronto and Montreal Montrealwere IontreaiWOff
were the he first r t to catch tho spirit of the thething ttJothln thething
thing thln < < but much London capital han hanentered haAfOntred hasentered
entered the district thus early while whilecapitalist whllcapltaliAt whilecapItalists
capitalist in thin country OUI1II have been a alittla alIttlo alittle
little slow ao for ra but art hot apparently apparentlyto IIrpar ntb ntbto
to be left out of th game Since 8m ineo TlIK TluSC TiirScx
Sex SC story IItOf was printed inquiries i have havebegun ha habfogun havebegun
begun to flood Viall ill Mreet t rtt houses hou but It Itappears Itap Itappeare
appears ap that few proixrtles have HO far farbeen rarln fAtbeen
been incorporated and only two or three threeof th thof
of the prominent onex on have hail ha < 1 any anystock i istock I Ilock i
stock lock to sell 11 < < 11 Some of the propertleit propertivehave I Ihave I I I
have been > e n bought outright by syndicate syndicateof ndicat I Ior
of cnpitaiifltn and ore at > being placed pl N < 1 in inclose Inclose
close corporations The situation in thin thinregard thlnjanlls thIsregard
regard la deemed < t to b I quite uit remarkable remarkablebecause nmarkblebfocoallllt remarkablebecause I
because heretofore h ntofo In all a I mining mlnln excite excitements excitemnts excitements ¬
ments the th corporation exploitations have
come first IIIt and the th cream cnAlII of these tht < IW only onlyfinally onlyfinally I
finally reached the strongboxes of the theheavier I
heavier financiers Thin Th time the rich richmen richmen
men appear IIp ar to be going in firtt fintThere liretThere firttThere I
There are about twelve properties that thathavn thathav thathave
have become prominent in the camp be becausn bfOCAUI4O because
cause the development work lisa indi indicated IndlcatOO mdicated ¬
cated that they have the making m kln of mm mmSome mines minPfORome minesSome
Some of th these se properties pro rtlf8 are ar in the north northera northera
1 IfOm
era portion of Tudole T ldaie township where wherethn whlrthto wherethe
the heavy work on the Crown Chartered Charteredhan < t thIM
han brought attention to them Others Othersare
are In the southern part of Tisdale within withina withInI
a radius of three thr miles from the th Timmlnn TlmznlnsTna I i
THE Tn StN St article warned those who whomight wbomlltht whomight <
might b be susceptible III > to the gold fever feverthat feVerthat feverthat
that Porcupine was a rich mans ramp camnThose rampThOllfO eamoThoes
Those who think of Joining tho rush rt h should shouldunderstand ahouldIUIIIflltAnd shouldtmderstand
understand that they cannot go there therestake thnrtake thtestake
stake out claims and wash gold old out of ofthe ofthe
the nand If they havo money mon y to buy buyproperty buyproperty buyproperty I
property and to do the expensive de development dllopment ¬
velopment work and erect mills to treat treatthe treatthe I Ithe
the ore that Is i another matter matt fOr There Thereare
are a few men who have been n In cold coldexcitements Ioldexcltmentll goldexcitements
excitements before who never handled handleda
a drill a pick or a 1 shovel and who have havestill hlvoat11l havoI
still made money In the game There Therewas Thr ThrWILlI Therewas i
was a saloon in Goldfield during that thatboom thatboom thatboom
boom of live years YM ago that won In Incorporated Inrorporat incorporatNi ¬
corporated rorporat t and paid dividends to Iw Iwstookholders IttItk1l1ldtII 1 Istockholders
stockholders of SIOOOOO a month for a alone alona along
lone period There w were r merchants In InOoldflvld InOuldO111 InJoldfleltl
Ooldflvld who sold whole hole > store full of ofgit or010 ofgoiwis
git goiwis < ls a 010 often na 1 they the could replenish replenishtheir
their shelves Thorn were men who whomade whomale whoiiiIo
made money In every otorr lint of legitimate legitimatebusiness ItittmatlUIln legitimatehuslnes
business lUIln There Thre11 will probably be no noMtloon nn1tt tinPAIOOtti
Mtloon 1tt ItL4 In Porcupine The Canadian Canadianwn
awe wn prohibit saloons oM In mining oanipa oanipaThern campaThsie I
Thern 111 are saloons lrooM In Cobalt It is true truebut truebut truetiiit
but that is because thev wer > there th re before beforeIobilt berore101lt beforeohalt
Iobilt wan known own to be a mining region regionThere reltloD111f regionThere
There 111f aro blind plc In Porcupine but butthat butlhat butthat
that In I a nrrvarintiH bulne b1 huslruwFrank ln lnJank < w wFrank
Frank txud ord wan a 1 Washington corrn corrnponditit correfiponhletit nrr nrrFondut
ponditit who h pot the gold fever nt t the thetime th tht thetIme
time t Fondut lI1e of the Nevada ada exnltement He Hestarted 11fttart1 lietartei
started for GoldrMd Gol < 1I1ld and landed there theretiroke thrtroke therebroke
broke He 11 started a ncwvtoad und undobtained IOndobtnln1 andobtaIned
obtained all the th leading dalllm daill of the thecountry UltNlUIlf thecouzitry
country NlUIlf Mild ld thorn at 10 vents c tA each to
Pi I
the 3OOOO Gokifleld boomers and cleaned cUanodup
up a neat fortune In a few month time timeOn timeOn timeI
I On that terrible trail Into 1oroupln 1orouplnTIIR PorouplneTUI
TIIR Sat s Sc representative Itpr tatlv met a man who whosaid whoI whosalt
said ho was going In to Install a moving moylnap movlnjpicture
I picture p IJture show in Porcupine City Clt The Therush TherltOh Therush
rush has wi taken on rather large proper proportions pro protloM properlIons ¬
lIons and ani may become a stampede Itam e by the thntlmo thfttlmo thetime
tlmo the trails tral are ro frozen The men menand hInanti menI
I and thn women Womenand and there will be Just Justi
i I a many women as men It Is always no noI soI 0 0who
I I who go o in there will njjuluaHy and ulti ultimately uJtJmally WUI
I mately demand Ant obtain every human humanI
I i comfort Those who deal In comforts comfortsmay comfortsmAY comfortsthai
may find a market hlark for them there thereFIRE th thererini < < e eFlllE
FIRE HORSES nunED nunEDTemporary nuirsmTemporary
Temporary Quarters quart 11 of New Roeoello 1oebtUeJlGfO RothrlloReM RoeoelloIIo
IIo ReM e Co 0 Destroyed by Flames FlaueiNSW FlamesI
I NSW IlOCHELLJS N Y NOT JO JOSeveral 20Several 0 0S
Several S tlral member of the Olympia Hose HoseI HoseCompany
Company risked their liven late IAtllwt last night nightIn
I In an attempt tt mpt to save the two horses bon pur purchased purduIItCt putthased ¬
chased recently r ntl for their truck by the thecity thecity thecity
city of Now Itochelle which were we burned burnedI
I in 1 a fire flf that destroyed the stable of tho thotake thoIakft theLake
take View Hotel Tho hotel a wooden woodenj woodotructuro woodenstructure
j structure was saved ve4 111 by the firemen firemenHow flremnn1I0w firemenhow
How the thell tholire fire started noone seems me to know knowbut knoWI knowbut
but It is helinvod to hAn been caused by byon byan byan
I an overheated stove near tho stalls stallsEdward tltallaEdwanl stallsEdward
Edward Uarrow IJ rrow the driver had left lefti
i I tho stable to get a late supper leaving leavingseveral IMYing1IerlLl leavingseveral
several member of the fire re company oompanyln oompanylnj In InI
I the loft ahoy the he stalls Ten minutes mlnutenaft mlnuteattnr minutesafter
aft after or they left the building < < Henry Grose GroseI
I a small IIm II boy heard tho cries and kicking kickingof
of the horses ho When en ho opened the door doorho doorho doorhe
ho was driven bock by flames flam The boy boyrang boyranlt boyrang
rang in an Alarm Several of the firemen firemensucceeded firemenI remeo remeoI
I succeeded In entering the burning burn stable stableby stableh stableby
by h chopping a halo in the side in an effort effortto
to get at the horses < ll but their clothing wall waaburned wallburn1 wasburned
burned and they were forced to retreat retreati retrMtTllf retreatTile
i Tli Tile hotel howlaud and tho stable which has boon boontho beeothu beenthe
the teniH ttlIIllOrar > rary quarters of the fire com compuiiv comIUI coinputs
puts during the construction of o a modern modernfire mod modernllre1ious = m mfir
fire fir llre1ious iiounn hou a block away are at the corner cornerof cornArof
of r North avenue nufO and East Chester road roadin roadIn
in the th outskirts of New Itochelle Before Beforethe Dororethe Beforethe
the other oth firemen arrived the stable was waain WMIn wasIn
in ashen Only the hose truck warn w saved BAyedTh savedThe
The companys furniture and many manytrophies
trophies were destroyed destroyedThn
The Th roof and some of the rear rooms of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the hotel were r damaged damagediiEin damapedWEST damagedWEST
Deprived of Drum for a Day III lUll De Demeanor Demtanor D Dmeanor ¬
meanor I Is Jreatly Chanced ChancedBALCTUORX Chan CitaniretBALTIMOBE < < d dJ1ALTt1l0RZ
BALCTUORX Nov So OV 20 ZOIt H West alias allaaFather all allFather aliasFathor
Father Eagan Eaganalia alias a Lieut Knowleeon KnowleeonU
U S N = and a number of other names nameswho nameswho nazneswho
who was w denounced aa an impostor yes yesterday yestenJay yesterday ¬
terday by Cardinal Gibbons was held heldtoday heldto heldtoday
today to y for trial In default of 13500 ball ballI bailVery
Very cry few r w of Wests alleged swindling swindlingoperations swindlingoplrtltlons swindlingoperations
operations were told In the court room roomIn roomIn roomIn
In order to hold him he was aa specifically specificallyi a specIficallycharged lftOllIlT lftOllIlTI
charged with but two offences obtaining obtalnlnKa
a diamond dl Jnond ring valued nt SS3 S5 from Lewyt LewytA LewytSalabee
A Salabos pawnbroker 1 North Gay Gaystreet Gaytlt Gaystreet
street tlt t by means of a bogus post office officemoney ollcemonc omeemoitey
money monc order and with obtaining 10 30 from fromJohn rromJohn fromJohn
John T Jarks proprietor of fbe the Hotel HotelRaleigh lIottolI lintelIlaloIgh
Raleigh by means of a bogus post office officemoney olloemony ofilcemoney
money order orderHis ornerIlls orderIlls
Ills counsel Randolph Barton Jr Jrwho JrI Jrwho
who was u retained by long distance tale telephone tltl tltlphone talephone ¬
phone message was very ry glad to get his hisclient hlBclint hisclient
client to jail as Went Is a nervous wreck wreckby wreckby k kby
by mutton ulon of being deprived dOpri of morphine morphinelieing morpblnlin morphinebeing
being lin evidently a dope < fiend nd His one onei annLy oneiays
days Ly deprivation had changed him from fromthn rromth
thn th daring nelfotyled 1Ilnltd priest he repre represented Itpront4t1 reprosented ¬
sented nt4t1 himself to be I yesterday when he hefnced herC liefac
fnced rC < tt1 Cardinal Gibbons In tho archiepls arcJueplscornl areluepiacopal
copal residence hlnCtl on North Charles street streetto
to u i trembling t mbllnj stoop shouldered > man manwith manwith manwith
with watery eyes < t and nervous flngent flngentthat dn lingenthat < < er erthat
that constantly twitched as be fumbled fumbledat
at nU smooth am Oth shaven chin chinWashington chinWhln chinWashIngton
Washington Whln ton detectives dfO I were here with withwarrants withwarrants lrithwnrrnots
warrants charging nlm with swindling swindlingIn
In that city but Justice Qrannon held him himI h1nitho himon
on the charges preferred b bare bereROMrt bareRobert re reRobert
Robert Hunter Cndrrvoes Cndrrsr an Operation OperationSTAMronp OperaUooRTAronn OperationSTAMFOTIn
STAMronp Conn Nor = 0 X 2ORobflrt 2ORobflrtUunttor 20flobertHunter Robert RobertHunter
Hunter who made a hard campaign for forth rorth fortho
th tho Governorship GOtrnor hip of Connecticut on the theSocialist thecialbt theSocialist
Socialist > ticket Is I 111 at his country home homewhere homewit homewhere
where wit b underwent an operation on onTuesday onTured4y i i1u1ay
Tuesday lost Mm lrtI Hunter said id tonight tonightthat tonighttImt toiilghtthat
that lie at was doing nicely and would beout be beout
out In about eighteen i btn days She called calledIt
It a minor operation I
Gai aQ JJ I 2aaIJi3IJa 1lll1111rrfff1l1t IITill1l 1 1E3a31Iin3 IIQJQQ3QQOQOIIIll11l10I IIQJQQ3QQOQOIIIll11l10IS e33HHI4THJ113i1T1F11H11TT1 e33HHI4THJ113i1T1F11H11TT1GIIVEB
S GIMBELS GIMBELSTravel GIIVEB ELS The Ben car with which David BruceBrown BruceBrownwon GIMBELS GIMBELSTravel GI1VEB ELS
won the Grand Prix d i race at Savannah ar th creating n a anew aflew II
new American mCriCafl e record c for a road a race in the average averagetime averagetime g I II
I time of 70 7O5 0 55 miles per ixr hour will be on exhibition exhibitionall exhtbitionTravel
3 Travel Center of New NewYork York all n this week on the fourth floor of the GImbel Store Travel Center of New York YorkInteresting YorkInteresting I
Interesting News for f Men and andYoung andYoung andYoung
Young Men Concerning ConcerningGimbel Concern ConcerningGiinbel Dg DgGimbel
Gimbel Winter Suits Suitsand Suitsand
3 and Overcoats at
18 18From 18I
I From om our o own regular rear 25 O
I i 28 30 and 32 grades gradesTTTE grades7E
0 07E
TTTE 7E 7E naturally planned for a big cloth clothW clothing I I II
4 I W ing business but the remarkably remarkablyheavy I Iheavy
heavy selling which has been our ourportion ourportion
portion since the opening of this new store storenow storeow storenow I
now ow brings ings an unusual condition for us to todeal todeal
deal enl with withIt I
i It I t is too late to secure from the mills millsduplicates millsJuplicates I IJuplicates
Juplicates of the high grade woolens which whichvcre
vcre rc in the main woven exclusively for us usipd usnJ
ipd 1J which have won such favor among the thecritical thelflt thecrit I
critical lflt ical men of New York
Result ResultSeveral Several lines incomplete in sizes sizesviral SIZeslraJ slzerdJ
viral rdJ groups without a full complement of the theriiv thent
riiv nt i patterns patternsHicsc plttcrnsCllCSC pItttrns1ics
Hicsc 1ics vc have gathered together and have haver
I r iccd them to insure quick disposal disp > sal today and andtnjrrow andI andtnrrow
tnjrrow tnjrrowIn
I In the aggregate all sizes from 33 to 48 can be bepresented beI beprcscfltcdrcgular
presented presentedregular regular stout slim and short shortand and a aliberal ar allccra
I liberal I xra I variety in each size sizeSuits si siet = e eSuitsstandard
t = Suits Suitsstandard standard blues and hlack arid new newmixtures newmixtures newmixtures
= mixtures in wide variety varietyOvercoats varietyE varietyOvercoatsplain
E Overcoats Overcoatplain plain blacks oxioru grajs gr d < 1 s and an anxtensive anI antxtcnsive
txtcnsive variety of novelty overcoatings Dressy Dressycoats DressyO Dressycoats
I O coats smart raglans and many convcrtihlc convcrtihlcovercoats concrtihleol1ar
ol1ar overcoats ovcrcoatsjICOI overcoatsG
Slipons SUponafor for service on misty rainy days daysA
A notable feature of this occasion o is the im immense immense ¬ I Imense
mense variety of highclass models and of the thechoice thechoice
choice fabrics and pattern effects effectsTho effectsI
I t7 The price is 18 for mens and young mens menssuits mensSuits
suits overcoats and slipons taken from the regu regular regular reguJar ¬
lar Gimbel collections formerly 25 z 28 30 30and 30and o oand
and 32 31I
I Fourth Floor FloorGIMBEL YloorGIMBEL I 1
OADWA NEW ki rsi YORK YORK1IIIII F uwrrr wnTT6tcnin oeoxoit oeoxoitIHTM at atelam
elam = IHTM Avmue INCVV v YUKrs = mirrTn = 3i 3iIIic
May a That It Htnater DOM Not Withdraw Withdrawlie
lie Will Make a Statewide fampaUn fampaUnan tamtl1on
on the tn Hturap and Show Legislators LtbbtonW1Iat LegislatorsWhat LcKltlatorWbat
What the People Want Them to t Do DoBOOTOM DoBoftOlf DoBcrox
BOOTOM Nor N OY 20 DIn In a statement Issued Uuuedto
to th the newspaper tonight Govnloet GovnloetFom
Foes demanded that Senator Lodge Lodgewithdraw Lodgewithdraw Lodgewithdraw
withdraw aa a candidate for reelection reelectionand
and declared that in event of his failure failureto
to do so he would make a campaign campaignagainst campaignagainst campaignagainst
against him from one end of the State Stateto
to the other Mr fr FOIlS says in his state statement atatment statemeat ¬
ment mentIn mentIn meatln
In the name of th the majority of the thosovereign the8OTII thesovereign
sovereign 8OTII lcn people of the Commonwealth Commonwealthof
of Massachusetts I demand that Henry HenryCabot HenryCbot henryCabot
Cabot Lodge surrender his seat a in the theUnited theUnltod theUnited
United States Senate by withdrawing withdrawingfrom
from his hi contest for reelection If he hedoes hedoe hadoes
does not know that he has been be < m licked lickedto
to a frazzle some friend had better bettertell betert bettertell
tell t ll him himnin him11I11 himHk
nin election to the Senate would b ba be berepudlatioo bea
a repudiation of the great victory of ofthe oftho ofthe
the people at the last election He was wason w wason
on trial aa much if not more than GOT GOTDraper 001Draper 0evDraper
Draper and if he had been the candidate candidatemy
my majority would hare been double doublewhat doublewhat doubiwhat
what It was wasThe w wTho wasTh5
The lam tru05OD iwiei s on n which whlchthe the fight htmde htmdeon was made madeon
on which I was 11 elected were honest honesttariff hODeRtarlI honesttarfif
tariff revision downward lower duties dutieson duti dution
on the th necessaries of life free raw ma materials mat materiala ¬
terials t r1al an untaxed food supply reci reciprocity recIproclty reelprocity ¬
procity with Canada and more mo democracy democracyn
In n our form of government governmentWo OyemmooLWo
Wo all know where Senator Lodge Lodgestands Lexlptandtl Lodgestand
stands on these Issues su and where he has hasstood baaatood hamstood
stood all these the years To reflect him himwould himwould himwould
would be a step backward and andchU1Mtta Masso Massochu Massachueetts
chu chU1Mtta otts has never learned to walk back backI
I shall never sign his credentials credentialsexcept oredentJalaexoopt credentialsexcept
except at the end of a campaign which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will make the lout IA t one look Uk like an afternoonteaparty after afternoon nernoon ¬
noon noonteaparty tea party
He must Borrendar or fight He Hemust BemUtlt Hemust
must defend defendhls his position before tho people peopleTho peoplTho peopleThe
Tho people of Massaohiuetta huaetta will not notpermit notpermit notpermit
permit him longer to manipulate the theLegislature theLegialaturo theLegislature
Legislature I am ready and If he does doesnot doeonot doemnot
not retire I will bo on the stump in every everysection 4YtlryMCtion everysection
section of the State and we will find findout findout findout
out where the people stand standSenator standSe11Ator stand8enator
Senator Lodge Is not In touch with
the new order of thing with the pro progmMiw proartMlve progreseive
gmMiw spirit of the th tim times He dom d not notrepmcnt noCrepreeent notrepresent
repmcnt the p pe people opo pl the men and women womenin
in the > ordinary walks of life lit fix n rep rvpros represents p pnts
ros resents nta special Interest that have ex exploited OIXplolttd explolted ¬
ploited the people a clan 0 of capitalism capitalismIlko tptaIistslike
like the gentl gentleman man who declared in a apublic apubllo ajiubhic
public Katharine tberio5 recently JDtIT that the way
to reduce th the cost nfliving was to bring bringabout bringabout bringabout
about a period I rlod of di depression > throw throwtho throwth throwthe
the th people out of work send them to topublic tt ttpublae toIIItiLIC
public roup houses hou for their food turn turnthem turnthm
them into charity applicants and force forcethem forcethom forcethorn
them to vote right by first making paupers paupersof pIlu rs rsor
of them thnmI
I do not deny Senator onator Lodges ability
but only regret rt that he baa seen fit to toemploy totlnploy toemploy
employ lila talent in the wrong direction dlrfCtlono11ltor directIonSenator
Senator o11ltor Lodge must mu either ith r get K t out outof outof outof
of his h own accord or be forced out by bvthe
the positive demand of the people Ho Homust 110mWl liemust
must not be returned retum to the Senate I Iearnestly Iean1eetly Iearnestly
earnestly hop that the legislators will willnot willnot 11111not
not commit themselves to any port of oftheir orthlr oftheir
their legislative programme to ramme until public publicopinion pubUoopinion publicopinion
opinion ham ha thus had full expression
If Senator Lodge will meet m the Issues IMUMand iMueftand Issuesand
and defend his hl course cour e h he will be given giventhe giventhe < < lvfOn lvfOnthe
the opportunity for unless he withdrawn
I IlihAlrtltart shall start at once on a Statewide cam campaign earnpaign m mpelltO ¬
paign going into tho cities and towns townsand tOWMand townsand
and holding meetings where I will die dlnousa d dOWI diecuss
cuss his official act acta his h votes vat his known knownand knownand knownand
and admitted position > on the question questionon
on which the people have already voiced
their opinion oplolonAUlO1I0 opinionAVTV1IOIIILESPED
Tw we Boys 80 Thrown From om Hones Fright Frlititened Frtbteard Frightrued
rued t by > y tn tile Motor Xot Car CarTomcnu CUYOXU1Ul CarToxuas
Tomcnu N Y Nov o ov ao JO1ohn xJohnchaloupecky JO1ohnChaloupeok John JohnCholoupecky
Choloupecky aged 17 and his brother brotherWilliam brothorWilliam brotherWIlliam
William 14 of S47 East Fiftyfirst Firty nst street
Manhattan were thrown from their
horses on Central avenue near Yonkera Yonkeraavenue Yonlerorsavenue Yonknavenue
avenue here this afternoon The Theyounger Thtoyct1n Theyounger
younger yct1n r boy bo was made unconscious by
the fall and when he was removed remov to tothe 10the tothe
the Second precinct It was found that thathe thllthe thathe
he had sustained severe Injuries on the thehead thehead thehead
head and legs John escaped with minor
hurts hurtsThe burtaThe
The horses whose barks were bare barewere Mrewere barewere
were frightened by a passing automobile automobileThe
The be party In the motor car which In Included Include iniluded ¬
cluded < two women looked back on the theboys theboytI theboy
boys who were lying in th the theroadway road roAdway way and andlaughing andlaughlog andLaughing
laughing sped away A Aa the number numberof
of the automobile was not procured procuredthe I
the identity of the party may never be boknown beknown
known knownThe nown nownThlt I I
The boys were employed by Flss FlssDoerr FIMDotrr Ft1Doeri
Doerr A Carroll the horse dealers of Xew Xewfork = ew ework ewrork
fork ork They Th came to Yonkers to exchange exchangetwo
two wo horses with a local milk dealer and andwere andwere andwere
were returning with the dealers animals animalswhen nnlDUlbbeo animaLswhen
when tho accident occurred occurredHolrrood ocenrrtdltotTood occurredIIoI3Tood
Holrrood Church Sold SoldIt 80ltlIt HeldIt
It was announced DDOUO at Holyrood Epic Episcopal Eplspa1 Epicopa1 ¬
copal pa1 Church Broadway and 181st street
II aIaaI3aaa3a3 IJOQa ao aoGIMBELS
VictorVlctroU Vlcto Concerts In n the theOimbel tholkgtnnlnR
Oimbel f Auditorium AuditoriumBeginning Jl
GIMBELS GIMBELSTravel GIMBELSconcerts Beginning today and continuing continulnFthrough
through the week there will be cnjoablf cnjoablfconcerts enjoyablconcerts
concerts in the Auditorium at to to 11 11a i I Ia ta
a m of popular clt cla5lal Mal and operatic operaticvocal operaticocal operaticl
vocal l and
instrumental elections ren renTravel rcnTravel ¬
dered dCJ by th th7 VictorVictrola Y Yju u arc arccordially arccordially arcEiglthJncr
Travel Center of New York cordially imited to hear then thenEighth thcf1Eirbth
Eighth EiglthJncr EiglthJncrThis Floor FloorThis FJMfThis
This Morning We Inaugurate the theFirst theFirst I
First Gimbel FUR SALE SALEIn l i iIn
In New York City CityThis
I Ibe
This most important event follows weeks of earnest preparation to tobe tobe
be sure that the occasion should be one that would be long notable among amongthose amongthose J i ithose
those who saw and shared the fine fur prizes that would be presented presentedThe
The assemblage is composed in great part of the choicest fur garments garmentsand
and pieces from the stock of a Fifth Avenue wholesale furrier who has no nosuperior nosuperior 51 51superior
superior in the excellence of his furs and the character of his workmanship EI
These we were privileged to choose early this Autumn at welldecisive price priceconcessions priceconcessions priceconcessions
concessions concessionsTo
To these we have added similar purchases of furs of high standard standardwhich standardwhich standardwhich I
which the makers discouraged by the continued warm weather let us have haveat
at low prices Each piece has been carefully scrutinized scrutini = ed before being ac accepted BCi acI ¬
I cepted by us is brand new and desirable in style Prices are far below what whatthe whatthc whati
i i the garments were manufactured to sell for forNotable forNotable
I Notable is a superb group of IMPORTED FUR COATS designed by
Paris stylecreators of distinction distinctionA
A most unusual event indeed at the beginning of furwearing time timeand timeand timeand
I and in a season when furs are more pronouncedly in fashion than ever everImported vcrImported cr crImported
Imported Fur Coats
Short Coats of Moire Caracul ltacul Jiif is Francis Francismodel Francismodel Francismodel
model at 9198 9198Bernard 1191fXmard 195 195l3ertwd
Bernard model Coat of o Moire Caracul blended blendedskunk btenckdskunk blendedskunk
skunk trimmed hlo lto model at 9360 9360Doucet 250 250Douctt 260Doucet
Doucet model Coat Xlt of Moire Ciracul ft J in inSjtf innxdcl
Sjtf 11 model at 278 278Polret 2111Porct 276iolrct
Polret model Coat of Moire Ciracul u Inv InvBrild InlBrdd miBrild
Brild and cloth trimmed Suo it o > model at 9386 9386Drccoll 2815 2815Dncoll 285Drtcoil
Drccoll model Coat of Moire Caracul f f1 t in inNatural inNortural inNatural
Natural skunk trimmed 5fro Jo o model at 496 496White 46White 911 911Vhjt
White Vhjt Caracul Car cul Coot with th border collar and andcuffr andcuiT andcuffs
cuffs nf n mole 3co 5 Ho < 5o model at 9380 9380White 30 350hur 30Whit
White hur Cinicul Out nIl U < 7 in I 150 so French model modela
a 9196 195
Pony Cons CoB at 98960 Two models One Oneplan Oner1u1 Onepi1I1
plan of superior cuality it skin Other with long lonjshdwl Ion Ionshtwl longshiwl
shdwl collar of skunk tkunpony k oponsum oponsumPony opMIUtnPtony
Pony Coats at 975 111 New model Lined with withchiru withc1lor1nble withchangrahlc
chiru c1lor1nble < rnble silk silkPcnv silkPcnv silkPony
Pcnv Coat at 9M H New Polret model with withponv aithpon ithpony
pony blouse blouseCaracul blouseCamcul I ICaracul
Caracul Coats of full skins Reinforced R by hand handThree I
Three 1 ne Qualities plnn at 6950 975 Th and 996 911 I
fljutt fljuttClothes
Clothes ClothesAt
At the theNEW theNEW theNEW
Broadway and 49th St StMens StMens StMens
Mens Opera Coats CoatsA
A distinctive black fancy weave weaveovergarment wewe0eramlcn1 weaveovergarrncnt
overgarment without buttons buttonswith buttonswith i iwith
with velvet Ivel collar antI cuffs silk silklined silklined silklined
lined to edge 111 inch sweep sweepThe
I The only onl rendvforservice coat of ofits ofIts ofIts
its kind SGO SGOAfternoon tJO tJOAfternoon O OAfternoon
Afternoon Suits SuitsGray SuitsGmy SuitsGray
Gray cutaway cutaWA of finest quality qualityIn
In the latest approved shade and andmodel andmodel andmodel
model 500 500English 60 60English 60English
English Greatcoats GreatcoatsOf GreatcoatsOfimported
Of imported tweeds In the color colordesign colordesl colordesigns
design desl s for winch S iitland Is fa famous famous a amous ¬
mous Tailored in the most ex expressivr expr cxpressIrr
pressivr pr ssl English Enlli h stI style > tvlp p25 25 to 8 13 43Others 13Others 5 5OthCrs
Others also ulsters O to 870 870BROADWAY 840ljl 70 70ee
ljl 11 QJ 4GZ44 4GZ44BROADWAY ctJu ctJuDROADW
BROADWAY A It t 40th Street Sl StreetTa t tng
179 Ta BROADWAY Y Near Chambers Street
47 1 CORTLANDT CORTLA DT i ST > T NVtr rr Greenwich GreenwichU3THSTIlrKT GreenwichlijTH Greenwich113Th
U3THSTIlrKT lijTH STlnrT At t Ililrd Avenue AvenueUNION A AvenueL1ON nuo nuoL
UNION L JOS SQUARE 14th l4thSt St W WofIiway WofIiwayreeterd4y of Bway Bwayyesterday OwayTf8terdAy
yesterday that a sale of tho Little Church
In the Old Fort has b bean > n effected for
200000 and that immediate stop IIt p will
be taken to er erect ct a now nf church on a site nltealready tlltealffity sitealready
already owned br tho parish rrl h at Fort
4 Washington avenue and l I1l1lh lh htreet
Blsam Seal Coat 54 1 in DrecoII model Natural NaturalSkunk = aturaJ5kunk aturalSkunk
Skunk S4Q 405 model at 395mart 395 395Brmard 395Bernard
Bernard mart model Coat of Moire Caracul 54 a in inEntire inEnt inEntire
Entire Ent re coot bisam seal sea trimmed d S47 47 a 7 S model modelat
at 9376 9376Ptxicet 5375Dottect 371 371Dcllcct
Ptxicet model Coet of MoIre fore Caracul ji x in in3o in4fO in3co
3o 4fO modrl at 376 375Bernard 376Bernard 3711Bernard
Bernard model Coat of Moire Carnciil jt in inf InfaSf InSi
f faSf S5 model at 5385 53851lstm 386 386Bisnm 381fli50m
Bisnm Seal nl Coat ji i in Polret model modelBlended m modelBlended < < cl clBltndcJ
Blended jkunk trimmed 405 model at 416 1415I3I1m 5415l3Lam 416Bnam
Bnam Seal Cent Unnine trimmed Princn rrineiqmJcI l
m mJcI cJ 51 z In Stat model a I r S 225 25
Domestic Furs FursJd I
I Jd Ie a third to onrhnlf to the prices in this splendid col r f r tnal pn pnFur rricc rriccFur ICC
lei leiI
I Fur Costs C
Trimmed witr ltr i j i i 513 513rcrlc 15 t3rctic
rcrlc eai < al I Coat C t Frcrchded < onc Ian
75 and 93 9 Trimmed with thrIIntd pointed fot OC black blackfor blackfoO blackfoc
for skunk I unk and rrvwuni U1 > 95 and 125 125Biwm 125BI 125flcim
Biwm BI m Seal Cont onto ned Mujkrat M kT1t plain ajn 5115 5115Trimmed 111 111Trimmed 115Trimmed
Trimmed S1611 106 and 195 195Persian 1915Pc 105Perian
Persian Pc fln Lamb Coats oat Leipzig dved 16 6 inch inchlone Inchlon inchi inchiIcn
lone lon 1960 41 z inchc i hcl Ion l = Jn 176 fO o an aninche noincht
Inch Ions Ion 19750
It I Pur Scarfs and Muffs I 51 I
Black Fox Scnrfs 1950 and 0380 j Muffs Muff5t1950
t1950 1960 and 24CO SUfOBlade 2450Black 24COBlade
Blade and Blue Wolf Scarfs and Muffs 51250 51250and 1380 1380and 12 O Oand
and till 15 each eachPointed eachPointed eachPointed
Pointed Wolf Scarf 1960 Muffs 1900 119250IBtlral 1900Natural 1960Natural
Natural Skunk Scarfs 1460 1950 and 28 28Muff 211Muff 25Muffs
Muff 1960 2950 and 3 750 760Mink 750tink 7501ink
Mink Scarf 3950 Muffs 3960
White Fox Scsru and tut I r 52450 iijO J Jeach I cJ350 cJ350each 950 I Ictch
each eachPointed S
Pointed Fox Scarf 29BO MulTi fulT 2360 2360Natural 29150Satural 2360Natural
Natural Raccoon Scares S rs and Muffs uff 919fi 1961 I and and2S
25 each eachBUck eachB eachBlack
BUck B < lck Lvnx L nC Scarfs 1960 and S35 35 Muffi t uff
2280 and 3960 3350PersIan 3960Persian I IPeNan
Persian Paw Sets 750 and 975 < et etThlrrl ctrhl ethtrt
Thlrrl rhl Tli 71 cI
51 The following special offerings are re in the Subway Store StorsFur StoreFur P m I I
5f Fur Coats
Pony Comi 4350 4350Caracul 4260Carni1
Caracul coals 2950 and t35 t35Black 135Black 35 35Black I
Black and brown c Col < rr iI r 72930 and 3260 GO
Black B tck ind In blue wolf nl scurfs cir rI 325 325 muffs 828 828BLick 825Black
Black fox ox scarfs 978 and 1160 muffs 978 and
1350 1350White 1350Wblte 1360b4tc I
White b4tc Iceland Fox scarfs 960 and 1250 mull
959 and 950
Hudson Scil < i 4 FrenchJed F nhIec cone 053 053NC 3I 3 3New
NC New Mink C it nink tKcd mirmo 1350 1350Cloth iJ50Cloth 1350Cloth I
Cloth coot h Inn Ini nH f ft i c > us 1760
I I Scarfs and Muffs is i 3 I
Skunk Sl < unk nnd sable bc toloied ur nn vi fj75 fj75muff 75 75mtili
muff 578 578Hlack 5711l1dck 575ilLick
Hlack hire h Ire sMrf < oC lrf 450 muff 360 360Caracul 350Ciracul II Q
Caracul racul paw sets Ct 5390 3ln a 8uJwy cc c cubwiy t t8uJwy Store Biicon I I
SIXTH AVENUE PNCW V S 1rs TrUHrr nhiirrmino THIRD 3T 3THHwrnimmmiUi t
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