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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918.
M'fl A I T UY DT A TMC ! who" 1 a' " tnomW "t the tmnril III IjHIilJ Pi AHirtl Illl v"li'l f"i- It MKdl nwny miinc-s. DELAYED DECISION ;n I In1 Kititfitiits Asked lliui In I'lolponc It I'ntil They Were Hemly. DI.IAMKIIS Ml "ST A.NSWKH I';iii'i ami IVi'miii-, Who Have I.Mii'llnl Him Will Cilli'd hi Account. ir ,11 lur Mh nr. Kt n imuhiiik Kii'ft , i a n luc ini'vlliiKH Inst MlKlit. iiiir III -,ti tilt' utlier III Tlif Urnn. At II. i l"'i imitliic. in tt'ul UTith i in- iiiimh red the cIiiiirc brought ' ln ,i .1 Siipriirte Omirt .lustier, Imtl .i iIimkIiiii f"i fnur v c;ii.- through I ,ll HHMmH. Hun- wiiB ii Milt liiiiiiKlit upon ii . .IiMkc Mi 'nil -iii'l. "Unit un h.'l.l .i li.illilnc i,iI1IdIi Mini till' rvldelirp ! i. iinht nut mill after tlif cum' was I it.l .it tin milicst of tlio llt'lgiints In 1 1 iihlilv iiinl tlic ilu'lut'in ni tn I Mil' WilPU tllllll llllg, IlltS VVUllIlt in' tluii tiny vviintril it ilwlilril, It nit .iM'li- until tin' i'nnin'.itlim .; .it-knl mi' tn ili'toiiiiliif mill ills- f it .mil iHitit.v-finir liiiurs Hfttr I'llil Vlllh 111. Illl' II MIIS llll'illl'll." i,"c' tiir wlii'io M.'i'.ill tiiaili' tlil I i ilio tlrt r Hi- fvpiilns It i li the .HUplirs nf the Mi'IMll M. ii l.'MiMli- mul Hie li.ill ".is 1 I'll, auilii iii'i'. ii y nip.itlirtlc i'IM'. i 1 1 t" iiu ti"h tin' sppihor mi'l ' n is siwi.il tl.iu- Intoi ruptcil with jK.irllv, In my JinlKiiieiit, nvi-r $l,lliO,00ii nf thr pi'nplf's mutiny for this iiillro.ul. ' Aiul tlm Hoard of Kstlm.itt bays that tni' (mat sine nun tion the' cot was to put this t Minimi out nf Its place so us to Ri't the property on which It tan, the (UlBlnal boil of the mail. "As a tiiatti'r of fact, they tnnk tlwse tracks off this line ami placed It with the city'i money hack In unutlicr place and shortened the line one-half mile, running It thirteen, where before It ran thliteiti ami one-half. "They then woke up to find they li.nl not Kill the title to Unit that the Rralit Kave to this rallinnd piopirty that n eits buck to the d t . 1 1 1.1 1 owners when It ci'iisis to be used for railroad putposi"). "What Is the insult" The city lias iimv Cot tn kii Into I'onileinimtioti procei iIIiikh In order to ncfiulie the property which "as the pte.it iii'ttMllnir inotlVf III KlvlriR this railroad the money It did. And yet they talk of economy. Ami Mr Mltchel, asked about It, says, "I voted for It be. eauie some one reconmieniled It' "Now 1 sny that It spells rank Incom petency, and It spells out kioss c tuiviiRance " .luilne Met 'nil went on to assure the ltronldyn men that Mltchel was nil wiouk when he i hai'Ked overasses-'nient iiRalnst (he Tax Onininlssloners. Me said that If the Hoard of Ilstlm.ite had not tiid too much money tln asscssnvnts would not have needed boosting. The Urooklyn men told the Judge that they couldn't swallow Mr Mltchel because of his attitude on the subway contracts, .Illdse Mr-fall replied that Mltchel's recor 1 on this and other Issue" shotted the "lim itations of this man's mind " Anions those who went to the McCiil he.iiliiiarters esterday In the loaKUe'i delegation writ' IJuuene V. Montn, pel dent of the Moniu Towing Comp iny ; William f. fourtlie, vice-president of the People's Trust fompan of ltniiil ll . Thomas II, flaik. presldenl nf fie llmuK Ivn Safe Deposit fonipany. who was a backer of KoioiiRh President M'-Aneni for the .M.iym.ittv tiuiiilti.itloii, William ll. MntriMie) mid others. ijue - ( heera (ireel ( H ndlilil le. i i. ' . ii .ii tlftien mintili s for the s 'hat Rieetid th" tintiiltiuc to die Wiv .m i then smnebisli elled, " hat s t... i, ei with Mllcher" I' it i n n it"' M-wr.it shouted T i. i t do it." said a man nu the ,t - stuiil. ' the Judso wants turn to i.j t icI i a traitni I" a woman called. ll. f. i I alt. nipt tn nibllfss Jim," M i ' I In i m. "I want to saj that follnw ,g t'.i i ustom nf what Is felt to be a ''s iaii- ii i iippnlii'iits bine abandpned ll . 'l-M HI .if t! e 1'.,.'.V I lid plOper lhle. nf tp. . ,iiei..i. :n an I have g..ne Intj the nittn f 'i' liin'ir .i i.l ilefmnatlon. Hut irm' "U m pledge that th" man or men Hid t'e press Unit law slandered no tiaip. ! d uiieiieil my cnarncter win mi STRAW VOTE ELECTS MITCHEL. "Ileinld's" I'nll (.lies 1 1 1 ill 11,11111. Aunlnst T.I'JII for MH'nll. "Mitchell, fusion eaiidldiite. '.'All; Mi fall. Tammany Dcmoctntte candidate, T.1i3." That was tlio recapitulation of the care fully taken straw ote polled by the Ynrk ll uilil In the Mayoralty election, for three wieks ended last night. The straw Mite n presents cloely the odds offered In Wall Street on Mltchel but It Is explatiml "the llrinhl makes no claim for the authenticity of the deUiro. tlon made by the volets. ' The poll Is similar to that taken at eveiy rlectlon by the HcrtiUI. Iichl.eti thousand nnd eb ven wjteis weie nskul to epie.s their choice Smne iefus"d In ote on the Maoralty candidates and l.iUkt cast Mite,, for fhiirli's IMwaid Ku. sell, the Socialist i undulate for that n" ci. lleotge MeAniny and William I'nn- rn.r ! tue tiibunals that have been o.tgast, tusion canniri.ues tor iTisiiuni c i.i'nl f"i Jut sit' Ii pin !' s and that t.nu- and lu a w.iy that 1 will choose" 'I nl.es I i Hit- llei of the Hoatd of Aldermi n, nnd fonip jtiolbr, r.spntlel, acioidllig to the straw leturti", liae both torned ahead Ixnea. ilmlrig the past week. which thn M., ,1' t',.n took up what be considers H'rwii sas, na? neen a can one tor lain f,e r.al iss.,.-. of the campaign, beginiimg "" to the . nsatiniial dls. los- "ii th Increased taws. Wh'-n he spoke . ""es by formei i.owinoi hulzer and John lit Hi" lileli nu s-nu lit for taxes he was ' -' Henness. Inl'rriii'.d "Tliat s right ' came a voice, "my prop ei. is Jiiinifl below th" taxation." Win i t that this propel ty, facing op the great hichwav of 12. th stieet. I ..it ieit.il'' Judge Mi-fall went on. "It is becaii'" or the conuiiion oi me teai rtiite mathet. and th" reason for that is the I'litrag. ou extrav.ijt.inee and expendl turn that has im n going on in our (lov- iTinent for tin laH rum Mars. WILSON COMING TO JERSEY? Wnsliin vtnii llHrill (reillt Itiinmr t Sielltilndliitt Trip. IIm'skn'satu. N .1. (jit. '.'". A minor was cut rent tn-da that 1'tcMdent Wllmin Intends to vllt Itutherfoid next Wednes day night to make a sinech in the lutttests If ou were .l.ct.il what would vou , of his friends, acting (iovernor .hum s I', rio to put down this'"' came a question i Kleldi r, I lenincratu' candidate for (!ov f'lini a man In the audience. leifior, and fhailes "'i.'nntint llentiesy, "I would put m foot down on these i candidate f.n State Senator in Hi-imi er' 3 and extniMiganl eipenditui .'s (iir i inimii Nnlmdj f.n.iws how th. rumm ' .Ii tlv llnud of i:-tl'iiat nf this i .IN tiiitfd. Out ton-" who heird It 'weie -esponible. 1 would tnp .h" purchiise inmtitili tickled. Politicians Ubil l'St F'.iwkawuv P.eaeh Park and I '! "iinilatul t know the Pi. detit ate satistKd Unit he t ark ,f 1 were Mayor and it wire initla- ' does not lllew th. re is an in il f'i In, What Itr l.i" name . f 'ind hud l"d him to supplement th- sp.iib.ndmg effmts public nlHilats to m.ike purchasl s ' nf Seiret.ii nf State W.lliam Jennings t . as thee when tins l.'e.w that lfHran In the New Jeise campaign, tn. put their hands Into the city pocket c'liarien u'fnnnor Il"iiniss Is now an tn . t the funds for it they will touch i .Wcnitilwnan lie lias sern two terms 564-66-68 FIFTH AVENUE mh & 47th STS. Many prices having been revised on Imported Models and repro ductions of late importations, we take pleasure in announcing for Monday, the following unusually attractive Values Luxurious Wraps and Coats Wraps of chiffon-velvet, satin-brochc, charmeusc, plush and brocades, richly lined, softly inter-lined and trimmed with Australian Opossum, Natrual or Skunk-dye Raccoon. Ten styles usually $85, $95 lo $125- $65 & $?5 Fur-trimmed Coats Luxurious, soft materials, beauti fully lined and trimmed with deep collars and cuffs of Fitch, Mole, Skunk, Raccoon and Hudson Seal. Usual prices. $125, $165, $175 French Hand-made Dresses For Receptions, Calling. Tea-Dances, &c, of chiffon velvets, Callot satin, brochc crepes, trimmed with silk tulle, fur. exquisite laces, etc. Usual prices, $125, $155. $145 $85 & $)5 Beautiful Evening Gowns A collection adapted from the newest Paris Models. Usually $125 to $155- $95 & 5 125 Fashionable Tailleur Suits An unusual offering of newest Fur-trimmed Models Usually $95 to siio - $75 Ultra-Fashionable Mdlinery Beg'nning Monday, we will show many new effects in I lats for Reception. Restaurant. Morning. Concert. Calling. Matinee and other formal and informal wear '30, $35, $45, $50 Street and Semi-dreSS Hats' Original models and smart styles from earlier showings, especially featured $ 18 & $25 BANKERS' TRUST ENDS ITS VOTING AGREEMENT Whs a Tni-fri-t for Pnjo Coin mit too Stock in Pliice of Cert i f icii I r. b "i,ni, 1 elge Mcfull then look up th" ft .ii about the four .leal" ili lii . f a dei ision "I paid no " it on to that," he said, "becau-e 1 i i- ' . f om the sotirie whence It ionics. Hi N. w Yolk U'urM, and no decent, si i uspic'iiiR iltUtrh call hidlew a word tint that miprllieipli d shed ilttcts. t to the audience, anil 1 sa ll II" 's a biother of John A Hennery, who Is having his us about .Mr. Mutphy and .Mi. .Mel 'all in New York. Washington, net I'i"lde:it Wil son is due to aitlM In Wahln-ton fiom .Mobile late on Tuesia nUnt It Is not b.llevnl that he will leaw the apital for Itutherfnrd on the tnlbmlng day, with the eui'ieiie and Mexican troubles on his hands. Nothing has b.en .-aid lure tn i d'. Hici.iUon. watch tbo H'mM fnr the etf. ct that he Intends tn help nut In tie r.-.-t of this campaign; it Is incapable of I r tiling the truth about me. It don't in', d to print the truth ahout me. ' Wlii. ' ' somebody called out. "II. i atie of the unprincipled character of it nu ni iship " n o Mhii On ii lllm. M fall went on to assen his inde- re ,J opponent sas I am some- . i i s man. That was the thought and - , nit was kIwii tn him by his new n. mentor." 'I. ,n st." came a vnlce. ' .-t nie say tn John Purroy Mitclul '.in man nir said of me, 'I own John 1 r n .Vpchel. I have got this city in i' .How of my hand; and there was a . ' who said that about John funny ( 'i.' and if he wants to know -who I " it h" can ant; Pi of. Moor" of Yale - ' Prof llatius of Harvard. I will w stand for one moment the tyranny 0 tms-dsni of the newspapers." " killed (Jjynor," a man In the audi er i lied out. S,,.hU lit Other Mr-tl"Bs. ' . this meotlng Judge Mcfull spoke s' I .nan's Hall. Prospect ami U est- t. avenues, The Bronx, where tb .... 1 was so big that It filled the hall .I i locked the. sttcet outside, where an e " ..i meeting had to be held. Thin 1 ii. in a meeting of the Independent c i i titers McCall Association at 4 3 "is- r . street, and next to a meeting ' i i . , n la 1 1 Democratic flub at 103 Last Twi ' -si cond street. IU tlnlfcli. il the uvcnliiK with big crowds .' the fnlleg. Men's Smoker, Hotel Im perial mid the Mcfall Theatrical IaBue jjo Wist Korty-Becoiul street. ., Judge Mi fall left the Imperial the ' r iti atter.lirs IllUd the. streets. "Thare :p Mcfall, a bystander called. Thero a big clner that follow&i up Htoad ilong the line of the McCall auto- WCALL SCORES MITCHEL. ' ole mi atsklll lerheil Mailer Shnita I ni'iimprtenpr. wild McCall, speaking vestcrdav 't tloii from the MU'all Muiness l.eaijmi of Urooklyn, charged Jonn 1' Mltchel with sharing tho re is ity for wasting $1,000,000 of f .i tupds In a single transaction In ''utsklll watershed, Li-bo Mi-fall has refeired to the mat i.elme, and Mr. Mltchel ha denied ii . .id any part In the transaction i i , a member of the llnaid of " mat. Mr. Mltchel admits that he ' to tie .shokiui district and saw a w it'iuedin.'t lu course nf construe but as for the strict mattfr nf the I ' i 1 iliaigc. he says h never In .g.'iied ll. Judge Mcfall now charges " Hi dervllitloti for not h.ivlnc louked i . Jud;;. Mi rail uWi "Now they nsk me how f would eromo 'ze w'ould not have put through the trr Ibillroad fraluiu In connecllou "' thi A-hokan iliitn. .Mr. Mllcliel says i w long, when I sa he wiih a limi ne of onu' to go up llieie and IiimsII- ' and npprovr of It. "Tht jny,-bo4tUc,-but I urn nut wrong the N. w Jei-.y cam,'.i.:i FRISCO LINE LOAN AUTHORIZED. Knllrnail HeceHers I'ernillleil In 1 1.- Uf Ml 11,11110, IHIO In ( erlltleillei.. St. Pa i I., Minn.. Oil "7., The (ou t ordei authnilzlng the Issue nf $ 1 0.fO'j.noo In receivers' ccttlflcates b the rceheis nf the l-'rlscii systeni was signed late cs tenlay by Federal Judge W II Sanlmrn. No objection was made to the order iiv the holders of S JS.OOO.noO bonds nf the Tias Southern, a subsldlaiy nf the l'llscn system. The Imldeis of these bunds asked for time to consider the possible effects of the Issue on their holdings. A further order permitting the pay mint of .M.soo.nni. Intenat due No- ember 1 was signed. The receivers ate authorized to borrow $lo,O00.H(in and Issue lecehers' certifi cates theiefor, to pay pieferentlal claims. Instalments of the principal and eiuln ment trust notes and obligations scrim d by liens on the equipment, mortgage bnndi nd the Intel est thereon sis'ured hv mortgages on the Prlsco svstem property and for neiessary Imprnvements. ' The Hankeis' Trust Cnmpan na- ti" minuted its Mil.ng tiust agti.-uent wliuh was a target of th" l'uju umimut' in vestigation. ...... H-nry P Davison of I P. Morgan A. Co.. (5. urge H. fuse of Whip' Ar Case, at torneys for the Trul fonipany. and Daniel G. Held, the voting trustees. Ii.m issued a until" to holib rs oi Mitlng ti u-t cettilHates that the agreement shall end to-morrow. Tlv trust company will be gin then to lsue stuck In pbne of lotlnu trust certificate-! to the holders ot the 'lThe voting tiustees in their nntlllcatlon gaw no reason for the termination of the tnii-tiishlp beyond tne fact that they did so lu the (.ercise of the discretion vented in them. The action was lntenstlnp In view nf Mr D.nlsou's testimony in January be fore th- Pujo committee legatdlng the vntlns trust fot million. The present ugr ment dates from M.uch 1912 The original voting trust, however, was formed In lt'03. Here is what Mi D.ivlson said ..i .i Hi,, mmiev ti list Investigation : iiiinui i '.. , "S.'Mral of the younger naimcis in s. V... 1, ori'imizeil the Hankers Trust fonipanv In IOCS. It was at that time we organized the otlng tiust for the stock The particular purpose was to preclud, the purchase over night of the control nf the company ny iii'iiviouais nun nu.- . .. .i ...l.n l.i V.ni- VmU. ivhnse ill tnai lime rt' it" credit and responsibility weie somewhat under ipiestlou. i ney ere ii'sjiiiiu ..s Pioniotirs and we wanted to proticl our position." The strength or tlie company ai me ....si.r,t i line, ranking It as the second largest In the country, It Is acceptid, has terminated the need of any rurtiar protec tion nf a voting trust as descnbed by Mr. Davison. BRYAN STUMPS IN MARYLAND. .dt ncHtc Illnlr l,ee' ( Hliilldney at I'onr Vteellngs. f AMntiiPHK, Md del, "a. Secretary Ilryan made four speeches to-day on the eastern shore The (list was delivered In Princess Anne early this afternoon, From there he was whit led back to Huston and to-night be finished In this city, where there were twn meetings, ltaln followed the Commoner throughnut the day and the plans for monster outdoor meetings weie abandoned. Notwithstanding the inclem ent weather great crowds gathered everywhere to hear and see the Secretary of .State. In all his speeches Mr III van advocated the candidacy of Illalr l.ee for the 1'iiltcil States Senate, praised the national Ad ministration and defined tho Wilson poll cies. When lie completed Ids last ad dress to-night ho was conveyed back to the western shine in a State steamer and left for Washington on a late train. CHAUFFEUR ONLY IS LIABLE. (Inner Cnnnut He Sni-il If Driver la on Alllliorlieil Joy Hide, I'mler a decision by Supreme Court Jilsliiii Cohalan rendered yesterday the owner of an automobile cannot be, held liable for tli negligence of his chauffeur inil'Ss the car is Icing npiinitcd on the business of the, owner. persons who ale Injured by an automo bile must sue the chauffeur If (he chauf fer Is on a Joy ride, even If the owner has. uullioi l.ed the I lib'. The (uestnn aioso In the case of Will iam Davles against lite Anglo. Amei lean Aiiin Tlie Coinininy The testimony showed thai allhoiigh III" dllwi was iisln.T Hie car wllh the defendant's permission, he (Wis taklnu an iiuthorlzeil Joy riihi Willi mine f I lends. The coiilt denied a motion lo set aside u vridk't or llu defendant. SAYS THE EROTIC IS WANTED. Sensation Seeklnn Aue, .Mm. K. I'eeU TelU Woinitn'n I're flub. "The men and women who produce erotic literature aro not to he blamed." said Mrs. C K. Peck In a paper on "Kthlcs, In Literature" which .he read be foul the Woman's Press flub at the Wal dorf yesterday. ..n.i.l.. u....u...lmi illillt llll I HIT HDP I HIS IS ll reilf. .VM... r. ..r.-. And so the Imp of suggestlvencss is wet omed where outright vulgarity would be rejected. Hut our young daughters of to-day ore ullowed to read books and see plavs about subjects the very mention of which would have affronted our grand pal cuts. Do not Impoverish your Imagi nation by tilling your mind with this moleni llteiary Junk." John McNaught speaking on the same subject said. "Literature has no right to treat any subject which does not help to free tho mind from the struggle of life Disease may be written about ol course, but In language which appeals only to the reason, not to the Imagina tion." CAUGHT TRICKING IMMIGRANTS. Cheap Swindler I'linUheil Wllh ll Fine nnil llarnh l.i-ctun-. A new cheap .swindling trick was re vealed In the Tombs police court yester day and' was punished by Maglslrate Me ouado by ii $1" line. Daniel O'I.eary, it years old, of 25 Hethune street, was the prisoner. . . . . Detectives Mlcelll and Mugge said that on I'TidrtJ- tney waicneu o i.eaiy nnei I-. UU- liintilirr.iiilM ll'lin uet-i. l?nllll- 111 umiini rm i is'" " " to Plttahutg. 1 Iti atiaiiBed to buy their railroad tickets for them and escort tnnn aboard the Liberty dtreet fertyboat After .... I I t., It.n ,l,.l.n.u ..'Illl lli.,ll f" ...... .. .... .. ... Ilinuey lie ii'iiern ! si,( , .-i,.,.-, Hie fnieigners paid lllm ..o cents each. MiiKlsti.ilo M ijuade said that I' o'Lejii'v In brought befoie hbii again for swindling fnielgueis ho will deal with lllm inoie severely. POLITICS IN HOSPITAL SERVICE. ( Illl "MTV Ice Iterorill ssnelllll.ill I'rotenls m it. I.lynn. 'I he ('lv. 1 Service Itefnrm Assnclatiou, with olllies at ;ci Wall stieet. lias thrnugh Neimn s Sn ri. er, ilialrm.in of Its coin mi'.t.e on administration protested tn ilov. lilvnn against what It calls "political appointments in the Mate hospital s'eivlce' during July and August. The cases uivcied by the association s btter Include til- appointment of J II. It II m.fy of New ork as si,ce-sni to 'llmothy l: Muiarr. secnt.iry to in,. State Hospital i' omii'ts.sion Mr H.tuify was a on mix r ot a tit in of pfumbus prior to his .ippoinum nt I The association also pmttsts against the i n ation nf a pnsit'.nn as "confidential I a. ountant" at a salary nf $:,i00 and in.i jlit.'iiiiiii'o and eeinpUng it trnm civil s. ivlee c nnpetitlon "tn prnv'de a place tni Mi Mei iui r ' Mr .--p.-iuer said that the State Hospital Conuntssmn nn July .11 asked to have the 1 position of secretary to the purchasing minm ttee tiansferted from the conipetl l.vo to tin. i . nipt i lass, glvliy; as Its only reason that ' emnp. tltlve or non cnmpitltive eMim'.n.itl'iti Is not praitlcable fnr tilling the s.,ii! position " The State Civil SeivUe I'l.miii.ssinn granted the exemption and Willlsm f. O'llern of llnrnell was nppnlnt.d In a letter to the commission s-ectetaiy llanlty nt the Mate Hospital Commis sion wrote that "In the position mentioned special knowledge ot pur chasing methods Is essential. I lie association points oiu that it Investigated the training of Mr. u llern to d siover his iUiilltlcatloiis "and runts that his buslmss for some time past lias been that of a saloon keeper in llornell." JOY RIDING ON BROADWAY CAR. linkers t.lrl Isenl lo Children' '- elel Vfler n .Mithl of Traxrl, Marv ii'Dell, 17 years old. of Pit Lin den str.et. Yonkeis, went Joy riding on a llrn.idw.i' trolley car on Friday night and inde up and down the line from !' P. M. to 1 .30 A. M. It didn't cost her a nicki I, she told Magistrate Levy in tho Ynrkvtlle pollc. cnuit subsequently . be ciiusi IMward M.yers, '.'L' years old. of l.'.J Kiist Sixty -second stieet. the conduc tor, said she might ride with lum for nolhlng until he went off duty. Meyers got thioiigh at 1 ..lo o'i lock and took tin lill'l to a chop suey phne ileal Colllinbiis Circle. It was 3 o'clock when Policeman McDonald of the I last Fifty Ill st street station saw the girl, the con ductor and William Miller, 111 years o'd. a newsdealer of pnlx Third avenue, going from bouse to bouse trying to rent a. roum In Last Fifty-ninth stieet. The police man took them to the. ttatlou, and later to court, "There is no evidence that any wrong was done. The action of the policeman perhaiis saVcd thes. young men from go ing to prison," Ag' nt Mutts of the chll dl.n's society said to Magistrate Levy, "The policeman should b.i commended for his good Judgment, To prevent crime Is more important than lo artcst after It, said the Magistrate, He discharged tin' young men and sent tho gill to the ohlhlicn's society. She said she came In this city on Friday to meet a girl friend but did not find her. Sim is employed In a dental olllce lu Yonki i s. NEW STEAMSHIP SERVICE. essels to Snll I'rnni St, .Inlin In Iters in ii ilit lie kIiiiiIiik .Next .Month, The Itoyal Mall it has concluded Canadian Minister merce for a mall, service lo llennudii and that four twin Line aunouiiviss that a contract with the of Trailii and Com- passenger ami cargo and the West Indies screw stcaiusiiip.s or nearly .S.OOO tons each will bo put on the loillo between SI John, N. Ik, and Iter mudiu They are the Cobeiuld, Caniquet, Chnloiir and Chlgnecio. The (list sailing from SI. John will be that of the Cobeiiuld on November -.'I. Thereafter Iheie will be fortnightly le parlil'eH of the other ships, The office of the line here report Unit tho Herniil illnn of the Quebec nfi sailing weekly, and the Caribbean of the Itoyal Mall Line, nailing twice a week from thin port to lletniuda, arc filled lo capacity with pas sengers. It Is believed Ibal the steamships nf Hi. Canadian sen ice will be Pbcl.ill.i patronized also, besides cap-ilng a lot of cargo. The Hoy a! Mall Line picdlcl.i a .big Kiowlh of llei'mudd trade thin winter, STERN BROTHERS Forty-second and Forty-third Streets, West of Fifth Avenue Motor and Carriage Entrance on Forty-third Street Extensive Import ations recently received from leading European centers add greatly to the volume and interest of the assortments in all departments, which now afford the widest selections they have ever offered. Opening, To-morrow, of the New Toy Department On the Fourth Floor in which will be found large assortments of the latest Imported Mechanical Toys, Dolls, Games and Playthings of every description, At Very Moderate Prices A Very Exceptional Purchase of Leather Hand Bags u'7 be placed on Sale, To-morrow, at One-Third Less Than Regular Prices Hand Bags, of black pin seal with purse, German silver gilt frames, silk lined. at 5J,85 Regular $2.75 Value Hand Bags, of fine pin seal and pin morocco, silk lined, with pendant mirror and purse, pouch effect or deep model, at $2,65 Regular s3.95 Value Hand Bags, of black silk moire or brocade velvet, shirred, in self colored frame, saddle handle and tassel. . . at $3,75 Regular s5.50 Value Linen Departments On the Second Floor An exclusive collection of Luncheon Sets, embodying unusually fine antique and modern designs, including a care fully selected stock of Italian Filet Roman cut work and Richelieu embroid ery. Point dc Venisc and Point de Paris Laces in combination with English embroidery, French Cluny and Italian Byzantine Lace Trimmed. Real Madeira and Irish hand embroidery: Bavarian Ajour and Drawn Thread Filet with hand embroidered scalloped edges, ranging from s3.95 to 300.00. To-morrow, at Specially Reduced Prices. Real Madeira Hand Emb'd Linen Napkin Pouches, at 35c, 50c to 80c Centerpieces. at $1.25, 2.25, 3.75 Finger Bowl and Tumbler Doylcys. Doz. 1.10, 2.25, 4.50 Plate Doyleys. " 4.75, 6.75, 10.00 Tea and Luncheon Napkins. Doz. 4.25, 5.25, 6.25 Luncheon Sets. 13 pieces. at 3.95, 4.75, 6.50 Tea and Luncheon Cloths. at N.95, 7.75, 12.50 French Hand-made Cluny Lace Trimmed Linen Center Pieces. at $2.25, 3.25, 3.75 Dresser and Buffet Scarfs. at 4.75, 5.50, 8.75 Tea and Luncheon Cloths. at 5.75, 9.50, 13.50 Luncheon Sets, 13 pieces. at 7.25, 9.50, 13.50 Unusual facilities on the premises for the embroidering by hand of Monograms, Initials, Crests, etc., at shortest notice. Unusual Price Reductions. Monday, in Men's and Women's Handkerchiefs Women's Pure Linen Initial, Do.. $1.50, 2.10 Values $2.25 and 3.00 Dozen Women's Colored Linen, Doz. 1,75 , Value $3.00 Dozen Women's Pure Linen, hand embroidered corners, Doz. 2.00 Value $3.00 Dozen Women's Pure Linen, hemstitched. Doz. $2.25, 3.00 Values $3.00 and 4.00 Dozen Women's Sheer French Linen, hand hemstitched, with hand embroidered wreath initial, Doz. 4.25 Value $6.00 Dozen Men's Pure Linen, tape border with hand emb'd initial. Doz. 2.50 Value $3.00 Dozen Men's Pure Linen, hand hemstitched. Doz. 4.50 Value $6,23 Dozen Women's and Misses' Autumn Blouses On the Third Floor Specialized is a showing of clever repro ductions of the more exclusive French models, developed in the finest materials and offered at very moderate prices. Unusual Price idcantages for To-morrow Messaline Silk Waists, in black or colors, with high or low collars; also Habutai Silk Shirts in white or colored stripes, at 2.75, 3.95 Chiffon Waists over white lining, trimmed with brocaded velvet or fine pleated net. in all the newest shades, at $3.90, 4.85 Plaid Messaline Silk Waists or Chiffon Taffeta Coat Waists with vestec of moire, in black, navy and white, 5.95 Hand Made and Hand Embroidered White Not Waists over white or flesh color linings, at $14.50 Actual Value $25.50 Women's Neckwear This department is showing new effects daily in French Fur-trimmed Novelties, Guimpes, Vcstces, Collar and Cuff Sets, Fichus. Evening Scarfs in Real and Spanish Laces, Beaded Net and Chiffon. Specials for Monday Hand Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Net Medici and Flat Collar Fichus, at 85c, 1.25, 1.85, 2.50 Values 1 .25. 1.75. 2.25 and 3.25 Jewelry Departments Coiffure Ornaments for Theatre and Opera arc shown in distinctive and ex clusive assortments, including Jewelled Hinge Pins. Combs, Barrettcs and Bandeaux with Gourd and Paradise Aigrettes. Very Specially Priced, To-morrow, arc Parisian Combs, designed forithc new high coiffure, comprising new styles in Jewelled Platinum metal, mounted on French Demi-Blonde Imitation Shell. . at $ 10.00 Regular 1 5.00 Value Hinged Hair Pins, of similar styles to the above, at 500 Regular $6.50 Value Beaded Hand Bags, including the oblong shape, in modern and antique patterns, with 8 inch English gold plated frame, at $8,00 Regular s 17.50 Value Lemaire Opera Glasses, Black Morocco and enamel finish, at $4.50, 5.50 Oriental Pearl, gilt trimmed, at 8.00, 8.75, 9.50 Novelty Fans New shape, of gauze, gold ctaminc and lace edge: also net and gauze, spangled bone sticks. . . at $2,50 Regular $3.50 Value On Monday will be placed on sale a Special Purchase of Silk Dress Linings On the First Floor Messaline finish, in black, white c and new Fall shades. Yard rOm Regular Price 70c Yard Satin Linings 36 inches wide, in the new colors. also black and white, Yard O Regular Price $1.00 Yard Brocaded Satin Linings 36 inches wide, in black, ivory and Autumn shades; also Silk Warp Moire ,i 1 . 1 1 in blacK. wntic ana a targe range nf jinlnkii rtttrlClArifll fit ft' III v.lllUI.1, ilJ(ii''l Hill 1111 linings and separate skitts, Ydnl Regular Price $1 4") Yatd 95