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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, rcrz.
TRUE QUANDARY rmniiiboioiin' Cim't I'linl Any-! i lioily in Ailxisc Him; ill Cam liiiiuii f IMiiiHinn. riMT.K HiioAhWAY unrsKDj ni.. i M... II.... II. ....I. W.,11 I llllll.N . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I r I A IHFIUI-. "IIIBi'i ; Kiirtli Mini Air. anil Folks !j Coiiipliiiii. L. P. Hollander & Co. Fifth Avenue at 46th Street Great Annual Clearing-up Sale Commencing, Monday, December 30 All goods bought at sale will be billed Feb. I. i i I In- h.inK anil hist!.-lit ThrINi hiiitow ' mi'' ol 1'iirU CoiiiinhHioiirr Stovi-rVJ 1'1,'cl wurii-M now. Lust xpriiiR whfii I jjln- un lioliwicil In llic wlii'tlnti of a vluiuPi nr. whlrli Hi.- Itottid of Kutlmalr ' .-, i.l In. infill Iiiivh l.ir In.-, iiuloinobilc Iip rtjiojtfl niuly to lii'iuli of tilt- city' ili-wirliiHiiiH for lii-lp and nilvicc Again :.lu- hii-com- to llicsuini- hounv forniil In "wiplneoiit tin- -.pin-row. cult iipplylni; to ;;iln 1'nli-nil (Invrriiiiicnl for nilvii'i-. only Mo In- I f t wit, tin- joli mi hi. linlul 'j I itii-n who llvit nlotiK upH-r llroail liwHV. iihiiUv thai MH-tiou lt-lwi'i.i l.'l'tli nnil I nth Mn-i-ii". wi oti- to Cnninil-.'-loiior Istovi-ra wi-'K' ir-.nnKotli.it tlu- -.parrown , "had lu-ciini-' n imnieroii. thou-iiuU of i Vin, thai they wi-ri- a tuiifiim. 'l lii-J i.littlo lird niadi- thi-ir m-it-. in trw In ' ; 'the tinddli- ol tin- Mirei and al tin- xiHh. I IJwiilk nirhi. mill pluviil in the vine on l th" liouw-H annoyiiin peiletrinti. hotw llinldi'i'tt and i-ii Tony tin- tiouililurk. j1iom. :iini (itiii-i-H refused to sit In Hit 'chair lit-rati-.!- tin- liird hoth.-n-d them "W'r nitl-l ub.ite thm lUlHunee, ' Mid i'tli'-C'onimi--inni-r.wlio is a man of action. '' lie calli'il liin Mt-noj;nipht-r and dictated 'n note on tin- city' ofliclal paper to the Agricultural Dupai tnu-iit in WnnliltiKton, "ankim; what the (ioverniiieiit did when it . Jiad to t.iclileu (lock of chippi-r HpiirrowH. "Sliool tht'iii anil poison them." was tho (lovcrnniptit'n answer "Now. I ean't do that," said I om TniMiiotier Stoser "They won't let my men nlinot in lie- mreets and I i-.ui't 'Scatter poison in the Mteetn." ! The( onimissioner had a happy -lioiiuht. , Hp reiiU'ml'iTi-d. just in inn--, that I'ire ,,i oiumissloner .Joseph Johnson Hied in "the disturbed in-li;hl)orlioiHl Mr ,lolm him lias been an Acorn unda (ireat (l.ik. Jiut of I'liur.-e that hua iioihlni; in do unli patTows. and the ihoimlit never entrred i 'I onuiilssioiier Stover's head I .. "I'll nslt I onimissioner Johnson." s.ud I'tlie l'.irU 1 otuliiissioiier. 'to have his '.lire lighters turn the ho-- on ih,Se iar- rows and they will kill (hem or drive theinawav i Hill lo llillik w.is lo .n i 1 "My men arc for I'ht'in; Ins" whs ihe ' ;pminpi i.'piy Iroin t'oiiiiiu.ioii r -lolm - !;-ou "It lie- i.panns ale a iiiiiniiire lull on the Mr.-i l I'le.iniiiic foiiiinii.-iiiiier !,,, . j'lle s Ih.. 1I1..I1 Who s I .-r-l-oilr-ll-l. lor the I ' Mr i' I 'ointni.-.oMcr Slover woined a lele ilihoiie In ihe . fllis. .t tllK 'till IMuards. ,rio was i-elelir line I liristinas liy wu-sl-'illllC Will, a silo Aslor-ti ol lllsiiwf Ke .. " on e 1:1. i ih. wrouu ti.utt. s.ud ( om jiniihsioner i.iiw.inis dun ol a inversion .Irnlll (lllilellipi.ililliF Htleelr. with llillt tills I jinouiids i.l i iioeo'ali- isilnied i-now l-'it J '.I Ve no i-oiilrnl n.vr (In- all. I 'i.tl - hi. ; Jo Mililel idv else lid I llllillit lollcil '111.' i l V'a Mies I l.al s mi to yo. J. "let .-e lin In lie- Uaier I niniins jhinniT Hi' s voin man " 1 In. I'aiK ( niiiiiiisi-iiiu.-r .iriiv.-i.illy vhIIimI pn in-' i oiiunis-ioiiei ul .at-. Water puppl.v and liletti h.ilv. Mi. I Jtuiii,PUu Mid il cnilldll l think of UsIiiR'oi- Ihe tity needed lt water and If lie felt he hud the' merry ufeilde sea&oii, whm siiarrow lifo is sacred, and he would rather add a lew liahtH to tile town I'hrisiiiias tree in Oladison -S'liiare I'arli . "lrf-l mo Miitest," Mitel Commissioner Thompson, with all the nol.-niiiity his bllico carries, "titat you ask the Auiluhoii ,Bouiety about it " ' "We understand." s,i id the polite repre- e.ntative of the uilul.un .Soen-tv when Tailored Suits $25 to $85 Were $45.00 o $150.00. Utility Coats with lur cnllirs, $50.00 Usual Price $75.00. Wool Motor Coats $25.00 Were $45.00 to $65.00. Linen Suits $15.00 Were $25.00. Evening and Dinner Gowns $45 to $125 Were $85.00 to $275.00. Summer Dresses $18.00 Were $35.00 and $45.00. Odd Lot of Children's Dresses $5.00 Were $10.00 to $20.00. Corsets $4.00 to $8.50 Were 515.00 to $25.00. Separate Waists from $5.00 Face Veils 15 and 25 CtS. per vd. Children's Hats AaesJtoi:. i $3.00 Were up to $20.00. Broken Sizes of Glace Kid Gloves 50 cts. Were $1.10. Women's Hats, $5, $10, $15 Many in perfect condition. Lingerie Dept. Combinations, $7.50 to $12 Were $20.00 to $35.00. Bed Jackets, $12.00 U ere up to $45.00. Negligees, $18.00 Were $35.00 and $45.00. POSITIVELY No Sale Goods Sent on Approval or Exchanged. Hill lM-ai'tcil Which F.iiiililt1 1 1 1. mi run cc pany to Ad. Would ('om ul .1011 X F. Hit1 YD F.N Sfliciiic Would Allow Policy Holder.- to ISnj Stock Willi Surplus jUptiealed to by Commissioner Mover fur hi friendly hint, "that spairuwn am often ,ti pest liiu we feel, much as We would tllke to please, that a our aim and eu illeavor i In protect and not to destroy :iird lite it would be without our province j to MiKiiest how to kill spariows " jj "What III do net Is the roblelil." .Mid Commissioner Mover In tellin of his jtroulil-- Hayiuond I! l-'osduk i no longer a city ibfliclal. but when he was Commissioner ol 'Accounts ho helped Mr Htover. Ihe I'urli Commissioner in the spriim went to (Wiiyor liaynor and asked his advice 'about KettuiK an automobile driver I he Mayor told htm to see Commissioiu.-r .Waldo, who sent him to ( oninilsslnner jJohuson, who sent him to 'oiiitiils-ioner lOsttCK "Oh. pick the iiuiu you want iJ-OhdlcK ,: Ever ninco Mr. .Stover has had a chanT Ifeiir. A movement H under way to convert .li-i Priidiniial lusuraiii'i- Company o Newark lipn .1 mutiul ninrein. Ihe idiu ha -eii apjirovisi bv tin- l,aid of directors of ill- company and a draft t Andrenn tried to swim; of a hill lo make miuh u lhm imissiIiIb t to one Hide. The wheels BOY COASTER DEAD; TWO HURT. I s,-, It mis Intn Anlninnlilli- mi n IIMttrllrlil Pnrk (till. Hti'KC.sCK, Pec i'S Three buys wen- Injured, one fatallv, in a headoii , collision between a sled .Hid in ti.ito mobile at ItlrlKellild Turk, near here, tin innrnlnK. Allan )o:i.ililnt,, need I in. of Kdwlu Mii-i t. KuU-i-i;e!.l i-.nk, l I hud hl skull frnetiired and .lie I .luj., Inc an operation In the IM.-Kinv.ici; llopltnl; I'rniik Pminldsiin. aued . l l-ro:l'r, not n revere i-r.ilp wound , unit l.icer.itlnnH, ami William Doiii l- Ion. used f, of llaekensm-k tueinie, i I'ldceflcld I'jrk, suffers flom lirui.sei I . and cuts. T.ii auto " own 1 ,tnd ope- i.i I ' . Freeholder Wendell ,1. Andreas of Tci lieik, who was on his wa in New Vorl: with 111 wife and daiiKlili-r. Man , I liojs Wfte loastllli; on I'.le Fort f.re ro.nl , i when Andreas surfeit un the hilt un the rlcht side. The i-hles I nnHldoii j boy hleeieil Ills sli d, which ie sot for I Christum. In front of the auto, strik- , InK one of the nIe. IN DELIRIUM BETRAYS i , (itTiiiiiii Fiiriuliaiitl A -om ii 1 1 ins Mi- .Miit'slnill Who Hied. NTIfSi: I.KAhS I. ON I'olicc. 'I hroiiuh llol l,isicn (o ltttviios. ! pose In koIiik to the spot where he itt ! tin ked the ounK womnn was to lay in wait for n mini whom in- noro n UI-iii1kc. lie admltled that he took nlonK a tueee of It-ail il.e. While he was lyniK nt the side of tin- mad MWs .Marshall i.ilile aloiiK. lie spoke to her but she paid no atlentlim to him, so he ran mil and grabbed her. I 'ollfcCS foiuht him unit then In- says lie be- K-imie rui ions ami stiiieu iier over inn - hi-iid with lb, pipe, lb- then dntKKed her Into the lot, when ho says she le- ived and beuaii In i-.ill for help feebly. He sjis he bec.-imo frlKhtened then, i and li-.irtiii; that he would lie t-aliKht tied. .Mi-: .1 I-. C.ipen. the trained nurse, llrsi put the authorities mi to At7.cn liolfer. She will prubiibly n-eelve the y n;."i reward, which had been ilTetcd tin- tin- capture of the murdeter i c ill Wall, a ml .My- CI Is Sol I'll. BRIDE SHOOTS HERSELF. .i has (won druwn, The plan wan advuueed rut and the enRlne stalled lie pleke I ' hero thtee weeks IV. tlnCfcto John F. Dryden. who was 'up the unconscious boy, put his wlfo president of the cororation. He held , nd dauRhter out of the car. and sped thut it would Is,-the liest means of solving to the Hnckrnsack Hospital, about a tlio problem of conserving the intoresta , ,n" away. of the policyholders in life insurance. , Ir St. John found n depressed frnc Forrest K. Dryden, president of the '"re of the skull to be Allan's Injury gp I nun I'.if i-riy iin-ii us ni -..i- oi'-raiiim. but "rll "f'ln,'r, f 'he other slertdlnc parties exonerated Anurean. ,, ,, I imi nit Wife Moi-lnll Wiinnileil 1 - r Js - Wllllani I lis old. .1 tii rtiltin ' WliHe si,tliiu ll(ol-r lo finont., sled this nfii i noon 1 .Mis Akiks Tier, the youni: wife of Tier, who Is employed In the ...1.. tl0.....1 ..f ..'ill,,- i', .ill . eu II? i t ii II ii. i ... I . i nuu . k load near i.inrsev Cllv. nceldr nt.illv shut herself Ta X. Aizenholfii. :'S farmhand, u i. an I after he had ..i-fcssed thai lie was the imils i i ns car oer 1ssAiiant of .Miss l.uella M.ltslull. who arrlie nf the cnucni in a was altarked on a lonely auo. und who dlediith a revolver Inst nlKht In her home .it Mil Linden avenue. The woman la now In the City Hospital and the physl- later tiom the clici is. i The man was employed on a milk rami near tins my. nut left a day or ; thl.ri. MV ,. n c),nce of recovery in i-fiiin hip iUi.Muu un .Ji uur -slid Mr IRON KATES CALLED UNFAIR. Cuiiiiiiei-e' I oiiiiiiInmImii l llenr i i hitrues miln.l I , Hleel, ' Wvshisoto.s. Dec. J. The Interstate ICommeree i 'iiniml-slon has decided to make a formal Investigation of the ifrelRht rates on iron ote from prndue llns Holds In the .Mesaba ranm- in .Min nesota to tile docks ut Dululli, Minn, Jind Supeiluf. Wis., when destined to jiolnts heyond the docks and without the State of '.Minnesota. Complaint ha been made to the commission that inde pendent ore producers and consumers are discriminated apulnst. The commission has named the Du luth, Mlssahe and Northern Kallroad Oompa.ni, ihe Duluth and Iron flaiiRe Hallroad Compatiy and the flrcnt North ern Hallway Company as defendants In the procedliiRS. The first two named arc I ,y tho policyholders prior to Uie annual owned or controlled by the I'nlted Htates j nieetlnR. Any dividends declared on tho riteel Corporation, lessees of ore mines stock held bv tilt) trustees would go to in Ihe Mesaba raiiRf, and tho claim is tl'u.f'ollcTllo1,;lHrf ., , . . , , made that the rates Ilxe.l by them and ' " V " V .mm.- ' ") oy the (iie.it Northe t are too hlRh und discriminate nut only against Indepen dent pi mincers of Iron ore but Indupen dull coiisumeis. 10,000 WOMEN TO MARCH. comisiny. ii-clarisl yesientay mat proposition had been considered that nothing final had Ih-oh decided Uxm. Further than thl none of the oftlcials of the company would talk alwut the matter. The Frudential und the Met ropolitan Life Insurance Conmpny of Sew York are the two larpest stock com panies haudliiiK industrial insurance m the country, and It i understood that the .MetroK)litan company is not m sym pathy with i lie oiiiing". The directors of the Prudential have reached the conclusion that the interests of the policyholders are dominant in the insurance liiisiuess. (Inn of the reasons lor tho decision of the directors is said to Is' the litigation brought by Leon F. 1 Dlanchard, a stockholder, to have the , company surplus distributed among stock-1 holders Under the terms of the new bill it would Iw) ixissihle for the directors of uny in-1 siiiancii stock company to determine I by a majority vote to chAiige the corpora-1 lion to a mutual concern. It culls for the , appointment of one or more disinterested i..r.nn. 1- tlit. enurtH lo Mrinraisn t!t. i valuii of stock, with regard to par value. I i'rlfil .Mist, (uuitatilc. ilividends paid thereon and the eventual "ok' "1 "'- 'ws. rights of stockholders. "oii-ie MoikliiK trnfno. whleli li The ajipraisers appoinleil bv tlieCJian- -iKalnst a city ordinance." uplUd the po cellor, who is designated us the appoint- , lit-eniull. lug power, would bo compelled to make I "The Fifth Awtim- Association is the a report which would have to be approved complainant " olinitei r. d the "spu'lal " by him la-fort conllrmution. After his "I know .Mr. Hoti.it c.iler Coolie, the conllrmatioii there would bo a meeting I president of the essoclatlon. M-ry well" of stockholders at which u majority in said Miss Constable with a smile. "I interest could authorize the purchase by leally wonder If he mmiit to have me ar the company of the stock ut the appraised . u ste.l." value I lio latter notion would Iih sub. , Tin- policeman und tin- "special" hui jitct to the approval of the Hatlkiug mid ill nm Miss Cnnstable's frii-nds Insurance Commissioner 'stalled to bombard them with questions It i further provided In the bill that I as .to the whys und whtiefoieii of the with the purchusu upprovod tho Chancel-1 summons. lor shall appoint trustees to act for the: "It semis to me to have born a ildleu- polioyholders to receive such stock as lous proceedliiK," snld Miss Constable ut may bo purchased. It is also provided I her homo last nlulit. "I surely tllilii t COPS STOP SILENT SPEECHES. III. a Cniialnlile urainttnrtl fur lllnek iuK Mrrel I'riini I minors. A .1 crowd Rathcred m front of 210 Fifth avinue esteiilay and nail a n-i!i' of "silent siseches" which number of the Women' I'nlltlt.tl I'tvoii iilaeeil on riirdbnnids In lie- window explaining what the tnte would do for women, a itlal policeman rmplo.u-d In the Fifth Aveiuis Asorlatlon hunted up two uni formed policemen and notified them thut Hie "truffle laws were holm: violated " Later the two pnllieiil'li walked up to Mi" Anna Constable of 7!!i I 'ark avenue. Just as she was putting auotlu'i placanl In the window, and one of them gave her a summons to aiipear lu tin- .Ii rfercin Market police unlit tn-niiirrow morning. The "special" was with them. "What have 1 done'."- asked the su:- Suiely I Ii.im- shall took place and has been living in nn apartment house- In this ilt. lie was taken sick recently, and while suffering trom fever ami in a delirium u couple of days ago talked of the crime and described so graphically the part he had taken that the nurse at tending him believed It to lie more thun mere Imagination. She untitled Dr. Joseph G. Denelsbeck of Trenton, who had charge of the sick man. The phy sician told the county nuthoi Itles, and detectives were sent to the apartment house. Holes were bored In the wall of Atzenholfer's romi and the detec tives sat In mi niljolnlng room listen ing while Dr. Denelsbeck drew from the sick man the details of the crime. This afternoon Ali-nholfer was taken Into custody und wa brought to Prose cutor Crossley's (dllce, where he sup plemented his confession with other details. Miss Marshall was on her way home when attacked. She was dragged through a fence Into a Held, where she was found unconscious hours later. She lay between life and death for several days and then died, never ha lug been ablo to ni of her assailant. Atzcnholfor was unsigned before Jus- ' tlce of the Peace David I.. Kelsy. for- 1 mall charged with murder, und sent 1 to Jail without hull for the action of the (Ira ml Juiy. ! It was learned that the prisoner told ' the authorities that he did nut go to i the scene of the murder with any Idej of attacking .Miss Miirslmll. Ills pur The Tiers, who have been married only four months, were entertaining friends last night. In the course of the evening Mrs. Tier went to the sideboard and took out a revolver, saying that eha Intended to take It upstairs to her bed room when she retired, as It would be of more use there -In case It was needed at all lu the house. She was showing the weapon to her guests wh n It was ac cidentally discharged. 'Hie bullet penetrated her left lung. THIRD DANCE OF THE GROWNUPS Hold l ilts Time III Ihe Hotel Nrther- Inntl llnllroum. In the Imllioom of the Hotel Nether land was held last night the third of the dunces of the (irownups, which began everal weeks ago at the Malawi Arthur. The dances will he given fortnlfhtly until May S. Among the sulwcrlbeis piesent lat night wete Mr. and Mis. Krnest Hlgelow, Mr. and Mis .1. Ileiry Fnderhlll, Mrs. I,. (Irovenc Conveise, Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Hodges, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph 15. Ilouir.e. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davidson. . . .... . . . ,, . ...i.i. . . , , , i .-li- ami .ns, .iiuru ttuiuir, ,,ii. uim nnj description I jrs, Chester W. ninpln, Mr. and Mrs. Kdn aid Van Vlcek. Mr and Mrs. Henr II Culver. Mr. and Mrs. Hverelt Little, Mr and Mis. rtrodhead Van Huron, "Mr. and Mi. Ilenjaniln 13. Hall, Mr. und Mrs. .lumesrn Cutting, Mr and Mr. Illchard II Hunt. Mrs. William O. Hoelker, Mr. and .Mrs Joel Uathbone, Mr. and Mis, Ldrt.tid Van Vlcek, Mis. Daniel Moi gati, Mr and Mts. Albert T Kelley. Dr. Hamuli (lutteras, Haloid Dlandy und O. llietto tUiii'iirei. to inako it lawful tor tho company to use its surplus to purchase tho stock. 'Ihe policyholders' trustuos after the transfer of stock would be authorized to vote thereon ut all stockholders' meetings. with the provision that they vote for such persons for the directorate as are chosen Mintnulsls Will lime llnnd. In 1 ti ll UK oral I'srade, . W'AJiiiiMiTON, Dec. 2S, Ten thousand women representing every Slate In the I moil, will march lu thn parade In-ie on March 4 us a signal to President Wllron that the woman suf j'rngr movement mum not be Ignored lu national affairs. This wan thn predic tion made by Mr. Holcn Gardiner, u na tional suffrage leader, who opened hcad uuarters hern to-night to enroll tho .skirted bands. 'I am certain that there wl'.l ho 10,000 women In thlH parade," said Mrs. Uardl- .tier. know 1 was doing anything wiong." Among the women who aided lu the work of posting the "silent speeches" wele Mis John Rugers, Jr., Mrs. IMwurd Liv ingston Hunt, Miss Kleanor nranuon, Mis. Wllllnm Floyd and Mrs. IMwaid .Mi-Vlcker. MRS. BOOTH HAS CABMEN FINED. the late Jlr. Dryden in thn early '70s as i no vtiuows unit urpnans friendly .Society," he intended it us a bunellt so ciety In giving financial aid In tho event of sickness, uctident or (loath and an annuity in old uge. In 1878 after it had lieconii) tho Prudential Kriendlv Socletv .. . ...... . i. -.- - in., union ..un i i.anKin 111 uio i riuieiiiiui l.itlng thn lincKmen s license Ian' by to- , ..r.,....j. u ,,,.,, M.iin . rusing to drive tier tnree-ipiartei s or n Mnnlelnlr (ultblp. Ilrfu.rd In 'I'nUe Her Home fur 'i't C'rnls, MONTC1.A1II, N. ..I., Dec. 'JS. Mrs. Maud ll.'llllngton llontll of the Volunteeis of America caused the atrest at the Lacka wanna Hallroad station to-day of Ter ence Mi-Hugh und Harry lllley, for lo- only industrial policies wero issued In ISsfl tho first ordinary policies wer' issuexl. Thn company has in, 000,000 poll-' c-ies in force now, while in tint beginning I of the vear tho books nf the cnnmaiiv Inaugural l showml three-quarters, of u billion dollars "onit ni ims ousiness, .i cent fare, by llecoider TEN HORSES SUFFOCATED. mile to her home for They were tlned $5 each Yost. When Mis. llooth asked the hackmen to drive he,- home lllley wunted to know why she didn't use her automobile. She explained that the rouds were too slip pery and niley said thoy were nlso too slippery for his horso. In Woollen Malilp llr.lrned Short Tlnir, lill lioises wee silffocaled to death III a II i e whleli deslioveil the one storv frame hlable al Wlh 'l) slrctt In a verv shoil time last night. The iliimes trav- Tln-y will he garbed In peclal i i . " V V, , " " r Ulie ami led by tho nation's most In- , y of hut It conlalneil thut m.iliir,.. I la be done to save them. Ihe slabli was owned fluentlal women. Wo wish to convlni-o the Admlulhtraton that tho woman ,tiuf frage movement Is hero to stay, Thoro Will be a number of band lu thn section flf woman paradcrs. Snow, sleet or laiaikiU uot stop out- m.irchem." he II,.I,AI T Shields, a contractor. The loss, Including that on hoisns, harness, wagons and hulld. tug, was estimated at lln.nou. The llo made a blaze t Iih t was seen for miles up and down the river front. er j Mr, Tuller Xol MnrUrlr'n Allorney. ' The statement pi luted III TlIK SUN of December 27 that Alfred J. Talley, us ut lornej for Michael J, Morlurly. had sen oil fill Injunction on Civil Service Commls. sinner Creelman pieventlng Ihe commls Ion from holding an examination for In spector of tho Ilurenu of Fire Pie. mention on December 2K, which Injunc tion was later vacated, was an error, Mr. Talley had been attorney for Mnrlnrty und had carried his client's case through the Appellate Division nnd tho Court of Appeals, which decided against hint and his client, whereiiion Mr. Talley novel cJ commotion with th cait. Gbande Hisorv de Blsnc Annual Sale COMMHNCING TO-MORROW (MONDA ;, Household Linens French Underwear Children's Wear We call particular aitention to the very large reductions in FRENCH UNDERWEAR during the coming sale. 308 FIFTH AVENUE, 32d Street & Altmatt & (0. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS have been made in the prices of WOMEN'S AFTER NOON AND STREET DRESSES, including styles in velveteen and corduroy, which will be offered to-morrow (Monday) at SE8.00, $25.00 & $35. Also TAILOR-MADE SUITS, including styles in velveteen and corduroy, at $25.00 & $35.00 THE LATEST FASHIONS in Imported Brocaded Velvets, Soft Moire Silks, Brocaded Crepes, Brocaded Poplins and Chine Taffetas. THE NEWEST SHADES for Afternoon and Evening in Charmeuse and Meteor, Chiffon Taffetas and Satins, Crepes and Messalines. COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS of White Silks and Mourning Silks. MODERATE PRICES The MOURNING DEPARTMENT is pre pared to supply COMPLETE MOURN ING OUTFITS in correct styles for immediate wear. , Exclusive designs in Women's Mourning: Dresses and Tailor-made Suits. Mourning Millinery for all periods of Mourning. Gloves, Neckwear, Hand kerchiefs, etc. Mourning Garments made to order at short notice. MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AN OFFERING WILL BE MADE TO-MORROW (MONDAY) OF FRENCH RAMIE LINEN 46 ins. wide, in colors only, at the special price f 45C. per yard A Salle of Men's Overcoats WILL ALSO BE HELD TO-MORROW (MONDAY) AS FOLLOWS : Men's English Overcoats (taken from the regular stock), of desirable materials, at the special price of $30.00 Actual values $45.00, 50.00 & 64.00 Men's Fur-lined Overcoats, made of dark gray cloth, lined with natural muskrat and finished with beaver collars . at $46.00 Actual value $85.00 MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT & Altmatt & (En HAVE IN COURSE OF PREPARATION A Very Important Sale of HouiselhioQd amid Decorative Linens BSankets, Bedspreads, etc. WHICH WILL COMMENCE ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1913 Jiffy Awtuir, 34iJj m 35ty imts, Km fatfc.