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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913.
MITCHEL WILL SPEAK FOR SULZER PRIMARY . isils (!d I'l'iini' mid Says He ill Take Stump WIm'ii cvci'' NcoiIimI. 4'J l O.MM ITT EE .MEN ACCKI'T .Miin.v !.( crs l'r(iNiii!: Mxpcii livrS 1'ialil AhIiisI Con- cut ions Arc Kcccivcil. ttu'. v May 10. -r.irty-two ncep-1 t , '.. li ir I ecu tporlvrri liy Gov. Hill -.r t mm icr.-ctw alio will ccrvp un IiIm .1 rri-i jirlmnry rampjlKti coniinltti'p, i w trh will nrmtnlz" In the Assembly i t'liiimln'r nr.t Monday ufterimiii. ' only tun icfu-t'il tn moi'vp so f,ir. U.ilr McKi hviiy. while lmliiiini; tin- i rrtioi- lull. snn tlitit lie cannot I i's" part In political movements !- : .hit r? Ills position art cliaticrllor of , ilie university ami ns ln-ml of the' Suto t eilucatlenal system. The other ' Ktii iloflltli'M Is D.itwin It. .lalnes of' Hrnoklyn. who writes that he is not I in f.ivor of al'ollslihm the party State ir-t'.vention. tohn l'titt'o Mitchel, lin has been n.itnrit as Collector of the Pott of v ' Yorlt ami simnesteil a! a cotnlnw Irmlrr ! ..f ttie tlnmnn, .n't If t i.t.lfl..tt YVllu..ti a- 1 his frlt'tuis in this State can ue- I 'itlpllsh that end, lunched with (lov. Silzpr at the 1'coplc' h Mouse to-day. Oov. Suls-er said that Mr. Mitchel had nltititcered for the direct primary campaign and would speak when anil "hero the Governor's committee might desire to do so. Gov. ulster is Rcttlns thousand of letters from all over the State Indors ee his hill uhollshlnt: party Slate con tentions and eutijtitutins nominations directly nt the primaries for all ofllres from coiiftable up to Governor. Many f three fotteis are htiiii; made public i the Executive Chamber. 1. M. S. Kern, witlnc from N'ew l urch und'T dale of .May T. In iidvlv r the tiovernor to "Imni; on," .-ays: I'ur'.'ii; the vl?r.i i m im i. when nature i s 1 1 h.ie Iot 't- power to retain the . tli'- f'irt. Hon in 'ii.ne tthci i.uV.i iitid looked out "f n i beilroutn '"V,iN'I -,t i'i loll- leaf Mlltter'tlS III !-ei7.i .it tin vt.-'iiie top of a tall ."eemli.s! y niakln; a lii iol. tf.irt to i.z on I ..nd to t""'lf. that H em- n r;. of tin situation of out tinxenue. tt'K.i t.. twins y ;l.i-t of lumiptton 'i lie 'i.id and lous to shake iff it ; i." it -! II p nu'.r,! llni In Its ' .' .H'tl tl! Iihiis. I risnt of th" k - i it h.- tin "latoi of the tre". i . r i- il to th people of the Ju--i ..li' illty of oir ib t riiuiia- . . ' peoph a sv'iutoe pr"iur. ' : ' i i" pn .n th'ir hand o.iPl!o, lo the foil lit '.!( i :.' BILL INDORSED. It oe I. In lit! nit 1 1 i- . I' ll'. i!:t' ot : onnt llfiiioeriitle Com iliito.e ulcr'a rtii, M.n 1" Th 1 'etiloir.lt. " 1'. cklind county by a I i-.o t i mi.- indorsed t!t . . a ! t'o St .te l.t.rl.-iatiiie In pa-s-j the p::r.al v bill of Seiuit.ir IPaii .t alii tl.M.ppi j .J tin Stilxcr's eto t.-e tntu-.tr. ftviiat if IJlamelt wis at thi." tner- mi.- which bn! been called to hear lu- .' on direct priniarie.-. The Sena- 'i traced the moi..nint for direct prl arlts back to Gov. lliifhe.'-'s admlti- : : ration. After Mr. Blnuvelt's aridre? niehard '. Kin?, a leadincr Democratic polltl- an of the county offered this rcsolu t n. Hcfoivcil. Thai the democratic ir.t eoinmltfe of KocUland county 'n cefajQj) i,ere cnnened upprine of b aetlon of the Democratic I.etfsla t'lre of New York State lii reference to i - iprect primaries Mil which that i.xtf'rlaturo pa.-scd." This resolution stirred up an ani mated dlscttfflon and was opposed by a 'tilnorltv of tbose present. Major G. M. 'amoeban, a member of the committee ?nd a Presidential (lector on the Dem- urailc ticket last year, thought the 'ounty committer should leave the mat ter alon. He offered an amendment o thi? effect. It was lost by a vote of to 11. Mr. Klnu's resolution was rr."d by a voto of 19 to 10 BISHOP GKZER TO RAISE FUND. athedral Iifxnr Aiiprovra Plan far flnlldlnrr Ibr Suf. At the f r.nual ineetl'ti; of the Cathedral '.'acun of St. John the Divine In Synod Mill lesterday afternoon lilt-hop Greer noind a practical plan which was ' v 1 for th raisins of funds for the i 'i.'iK of tho nnvtj of the cathedral 1 would llko to haM' u committee ' 'nelve persons." the Ulshop Haul, "tvlth lthoji and dean c-offlcio members i :tv members from the Cathedral t icue and five from the women's aux ary of the cathedral ko through the ' t e iind srvuro tun. Is for the nae. u: should han the power to appoint 'imiiv nih--oniniittees as necessary." ' i l;.-.op"a plan was approved. w.io tii.iiouin ed that JjT.OOO had been ' ' ed t"r the tuvii billldlniT fund. As uk a JIOO.iMin fund Is guaranteed the 0 . ' f iiiistrin'tioii will bo begun 'I follow Ins offlcen of the Cathedral . ix i- Aete i leeted Hubert t. Hone. - l tit. I'hailex V HiilTm.m. lce-prrs- 1 '' lb if I. llobart. t-eeritnry. Henry Miinroe. tietiMirei, ami Samuel Thome. Hiby I'.thu u:il Miftiii.er .M SltiKe." utters of the e.ecut.Ve eoli.nllt tee. J2FF DAVIS'S CAPTOR TALKS. He Mleneea Vnrii Ahoat Klleht In 'fimnn's lire, I'lllLAprLpittt. av 10. Canper Knobel f 'his eity Is elebnit tic to-day the forty t SHU) ar.n.- : t try of the ctptuie of Jef. M D.ni.-, I'-i ..ilent of the Confed- Kni. h b Hie only suivhor of the l.rt'etl IIII'MlbiTS of till- lo II r 1 1 1 MIVlllSHII 1 .wilry w.'w uitiile :.ie upture. I It tells storv of the iMptun : mi May 7. l.S'.."i, I m men and i.rtl.vrtt of liii' - .ij-tli MlthiKan ' ai . then Ktatloiii'ii a' M n on, !a . is trtit ,Mitui.. li, , fj, l,.r. ila . fu I nUht- .if I, i. 1 i .1, s v.. : iit d t ia u party w i.t tjasiii fl i. mi i unl .rul . half frein iheyvlib i i- I. p (.-.it.' lijled llllo up, ,io nf foil, I.. mi in. i, e,i''h It" i i JOit for tilt !ll! ItoloiH t ,ilnii i i I "I tuplfl :! I'l l of I'll.- I -aw h'i, iv, is liisld' a.it it(ii -iy mm al D:iv,4, IvM Mini nil it al o , llie.i.ia" Mil. '.! iliiuw a . : a i l ei hiishand h - y l'de' s lo tirot- t linn fiiim llii Co., ' .lit aw thu abniiil foiy ahi lit Ids (lee- A .u nomau'i elotlihu gi'lKiiinted. Theio n not h wold of tiutii In it " I ,'Cii.ibtl w.p, born hi Sivltztiiland May im Hi, cuiiiu In Ahfiica In l: and If. .. .1 I... I . I Silk, Crepe -de -Chine & Lace Waists 1 In Five Special Models iihliable Striped Silk Waists, low collar. three-nuartcr sleeves, white pround with colored stripes i White Crepe-de-Chine, yoke model, fin- ished with fichu of white Brussels net, and side pleating 1 Fine Shadow Lace, yoke model, with 1 colored chiffon and flat collar Cream Shadow Lace, over flesh color 1 lininp, with black net introduced Shadow Lace, lined with net, vestee of 1 Brussels net and white satin rolling collar An Extensive Showing of Lingerie Waists At Exceptional Prices Twelve Very Attractive MoiMs, Batiste 1 and Voile, high neck or with all the newest ! shaped flat collars, several daintily cm bcnidered and trimmed with fine laces and embroideries ... Self Striped and Plain Voile or Batiste, Val. or Cluny lace trimmed Voile, frill model, with ratine collar Dolly Varden Voile Waist, with Brussels 1 net fichu, knife pleated ruffle trimmed f Pocket model of French Voile, with Bal- 1 Vrm eir.broulered collar and revers . f 7,"? C,',npo, Yoi,L' nu'dpk. with pointed flat collar daintily cmbroideivd in color or round Bulgarian collar and cuffs, button trimmed Colored Eyelet Embroidered Voile, flat 1 collar, lace trimmed. f Embroidered Batiste model, high neck, 1 with medallion of embroidery and filet lace J Colored Embroidered Voile, trimmed with lace pleating, colored collar and cuffs: or, All White Embroidered, with Irish lace ' insertion . . . 1 Several Voile models, embroidered or 1 tnmmecl with color High Neck Embroidered model, with yoke of Irish lace f Embroidered Voile, with vest effect and pleated Val. lace, flat collar of fancv I material, embroidered edge Batiste, embroidered, trimmed with Val 1 lace and Irish medallions . . . French Voile, with f-houlder collar, hand 1 embroidered, colored voile introduced $2-95 $5.00 $695 $8.75 $'2-75 98c Sr. jo Sr. jo $'-9J Sr. 95 Sr. 95 Sr. 95 Sr.95 P-95 Sr.95 $2.95 S2.95 S2.95 $4-95 Some Excellent Values in Charming Afternoon Dresses Arranged for To-morrow, Monday Smart Combination Dresses Polka Dot Crepe blouse waist, with white charmeuse draped skirt; also v ecru crepe voile waist, with Bulga rian embroidered edge, plain crepe I meteor skirt, prettily draped . . J 40 Dresses of Charmeuse, Dolly V arden Crepes &f Novelty Radtums Reproductions of smart foreign models, in the season's favored shades, also black and white $2p.j;0 Values $40 and $45 $37-50' Values $50 and $55 Smart White Voile &? Lingerie Dresses Plain lines with Irish insertion, others elaborated with fine embroid eries Values $15 and $20 Cold Storage of Furs & Wearing Apparel Perfect Storage Moderate Charges Our Cold Storage Plant -Is on our premises in charge of expert and practical furriers, and is modern in every detail that would aid in the preservation and protection of furs. Repairs attended to during the Summer months at less than the regular cost. Our wagon will call at your convenience upon request. Lord & Taylor Founded rS26. Extraordinary Showing of Women's Suits & Coats Apart from the splendid values prepared for to-morrow, Monday, it is important to note that many of the garments featured in this announcement were made especially for Lord & Taylor- -models anil fabrics not to be seen elsewhere. Exceptionally Attractive Suits of Men's Wear White Serge (As illustrated) Trimmed with silk and touches of hand embroidery on collar and cuffs; coats lined with fine quality peau-de-cygne; gracefully draped skirts. 1 j I! $29.50 Value $40.00 Steamer & Touring Coats Kntirehj Ken- Models, One of Which We Illustrate Made of the new wool inatelasse. and the smartest double texture materials. Black, navy, brown and ox. $29.50 Value 540.00 roo Fancy and Smart Tailored Suits in the most popular models and ma terials of the season. All the coats are handsomely lined with peau-de-cygne. and the skirts are smartly draped . $22.50 Values to $40.00 200 Fancy Tailored Suits Copies of the latest foreign models Some with the new Mandarin coat; others with the regular set-in sleeves; attractively draped skirts. The materials arc wool poplin, wool matelasse, wool eponge, shepherd checks and men's wear serges. $33.50, $35-00 & $39-5o Values $50.00 to $60.00 roo Silk Suits Copies tf the smartest foreign models made especially for Ltrd C? Taylor Silk poplin, silk bengaline, s-atin charmeuse and bro caded matelastc. skirts Distinctive Coats for Street, Afternoon and Dressy lf'rcar In the reason's smartest lengths. Made of satin char meuse. brocaded rr.atelassc, moire silk and mistral voile, lined throughout with attractive color combina tions. Prices according to materials $ig.50, $22.50 & $25.00 Values $30.00 to $40.00 Auto and Travelling Coats An entirety new mtde! of fancy mixtures, attractively trim medsmart practical coats that can be worn upon almost any occasion $1950 Value $30.00 $45.00, $50.00 & $55.00 Values $60.00 to $85.00 Women s Summer Suits An exeeptiinal assortment tf attractive models including the Mandarin and regulation set-in sleeve, and beautifully draped skirts. The materials are Austrian and Electro Linen, -and imported cotton eponge, in white, Copenhagen blue. Xcllrose, russet, natural, tan, lavender and navy $13.50, $16.50, $19.50 to $25.00 Afternoon and Evening Wraps Copies of foreign mode's of silk mate'.asse and satin charmeuse, marabout trim med, attractively lined $3950 & $45-oo Rubberized Raincoats Smart models Sizes 34 to -14. tan, navy and black $5-75 & $7-5 Values $10.00 and $15.00 Splendid Ltnen Coats Attractive models, smartly trimmed, natural and white, suitable for auto and travelling wear Special $12.50 JVash Skirts $2.50, $3-75 $3-95 $5-oo to $7.50 of repp, cordeline, cotton eponge and khaki. Extraordinary Values in Summer Curtains, Bedsets & Hammocks The radical reductions which' we have made on several fine lots' afford unusual economies right at the beginning of the season. 3000 Pairs Curtains Scrim, etamine, cluny lace, Brus sels, Irish Point, tambour muslin, Nottingham, Novelty, net, imported madras and tunfast curtains. Values $3.50 to $8.50 per pair 675 Bedsets Irish Point, Renaissance, Scrim and embroidered Swiss. Values $5.00 to $8.50 $2.50 $3-50 Complete Showinp of Summer Rugs Our stock presents one of the best assorted selections of summer floor coverings to be seen anywhere. You will find rugs here suitable for every decorative scheme, in both plain and fancy effects. .4 Wool 'Imported & Domett ie Art Rugs ' in the latest colorings and designs. Size 6x9 feet $7.75, $9.25, $15.00 Size 9 x 12 feet $15.00, $17.50, $29.50 "Hit and Miss" Rag Rugs Medium and extra hvavv. Size. Price. 24 x 36 60c 27 x 54 90c 30 x 60 $1.95 Size Price. 4x7 $2.65, $4.25 6x9 $5.25, $8.50 Values $12.50 to $15.00- $7.50 650 Hammocks j New improved Couch hammocks, Lord j & Taylor special model, heavy khaki '. duck button tufted cotton cushion, steel frame, galvanized spring, back : rest and wind shield. Value $10.50 3x6 ... .$1.50, $2.75:9 x 12 $9.75, $15.00 Wild Prairie Grass Rugs Imported and domestic; plain and figured. Size 3x6 $1.10, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 Size 4-6 x 7-6 $2.10, $2.25, $2.95, $3.45 $7-50 Size Size Size 6 x 9 8 x 10 9 x 12 .$3.45, $3.85 . .$5.20, $5.75, $6.95, $8.95 $6.85, $7:35, $9.75, $12.25 ' oven Swing Hammocks, $r-5o & $4.50 Values $2.50 and $6.00. China & Japan Mattings in a large variety of designs and colors, 25c per yard and upw i . Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.;' 19th St.