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14 U THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913. MUSEUM GETS SNAKE t. DANCER'SCOSTUME Kvpldrci- Spiiidcii I'rhij; Buck Collect ion I'rom hntul of Pueblos. TEUS OF TKWA MYTHS I ttoys liiiliaiis Think (toils l.oiivc Stirred Lukes at Cull of Dancers. After uiillnc four mniitlis anuuiR tlm TVwa Italians', n launch if the l'nrlila lnillnn nt the Kroat Miiithwewt, Dr. Her liit ,1. Slmlrii, author iiiul explorer, hat returned to the Aiin'ilean Museum of Nntuial lllKtiuy with much new Infor mation aliniit Indian life. The explorer 1 1 .1 h I'oiiducted four xpedltlont tlirouHh the lauds of the Piiehlos and lun mailo mi i SIcllKHe Htll.lv- of their indllMtllal life, llitlr til tlmhK. I't'HMiioiil.iK ilanei's; ami minus. A .war ,iko lie xuriiteil a number of j)honoi;r.iihle roiiirili of the foiiBi of tne nd men. DurliiK the past siiiimu r he li'toteil liN time chlell to a tludy of the in tlinloK.v and cci etiioiiialx of thu jihii.iiih in sue ru. 'bin country nni fratlit'l nl miii'h v.iluahle data relatliiR to the nittlis mid il.iiii'i.i of the Tewai. AIIIiiiiikIi he tt.n pat tlcularly Inter Mill in the Trtii hull. ill;, he found op Iioitunlty to witness a snake dance at "W.ilpl. Ai..iiii.i, whole he otitaiued a f.inl.isili' Miahe dance contuine tin the iiiu-i ii in. ornamented with phhKim imd l.lllllili" He loiinil the Tcua rleli In iuMliolni;y This pniMd alu.ihle lo the student of Indian lute as the ninths gave iiianj-Milt- lights oil the leliKloh of the Tea, mid I'itili hut'il I he lu'HinnltiK of Hull rituals. i 'I pn.it lnteret tu the o.splmer in the I'liehlo kkioii of i he siiuthtti'M tta tin dance of the masked i-mls, which In i hides 1 1 moiiials u l.itltn; to the rains ond ciop", . 1 1 1 1 1 which l aim partici pated in l the dellKht mahi'iM or In dian Jeslei.. I.nil Mihiiiiihii-iI Iii llmtt-r. Ill the I'liehlo leclon aie a number of Micied lakes. Sometimes thie lake con 1st ol only a Kinii sput mi the moun tains. The lliillnns Nil these hikes for "midiclne waters" Acioiilmu to Hie Indian sii i Milion Then a dance l ahout to he performed the dillRht makers call the roi1 fioni the tnilous lakes of I'uehhi laud. They blow nshes fiom their hand" and pritunl to Me the nods of the lakes approaching on tin nlKe of a cloud. The ill linllt lll.iki is an' p.iinUil with hands of lilack and white. The j-uuiik members of the TVwa tribe aie allowtd to hear the performance, but aie not pcrmlttnl to see It Tiny are led to blieve that tin- masked sods are real (.ode. I Hiring the performance of the lancets the nods slut: sor,B, thoir faces beini; oncialul behind masks. Sumo of the Indians c.iriy tvhlzzlni: sticks which inalse a sound resembtlni; tlm wind anil the rain. The ornaments on llulr bodies and the deslRii" painted on their costuini s alo reprisim the rain, flint and Miilous Ilowiis. In fact what i ri may he doslrtd. Ni-ti-p ri-n li Wlllli- Men. So far as known the masked daiieeis nl' the lake people In New .Menii'o lime nut Im'i n mcii by white men. "AecoidlltK IO tile belief of til" III W.L.DOUCLAS $3.50.$4.00fc$4.50 SHOES LUTIH BIT Lli ninuo mntMi 14 WIDTH VTO SUIT IVIHTIOUV V. li. Iouslnsft.'i.5O,M.00aiid A4.SO allocs nro tout as mod In stle. lit unit w(ir us other tnnkcll rostliiK 5.00 tu 87.00. the. only differ rni'o Is tlm nrlco. WHV not Eli them a' trial? Tho vitluo vou cot for lour money' will usiouisn you. If vou would vlalt our fuctorv. the lamest In the world under ono roof, and see how carefully V. I LUoiiKiastiioctiiro ntuae, you womu uniiorsiuuu wny nicy are murrain eu to iook uencr.ni nciicr, noia i tncir stiupeanu wear tongur man otner inaxcs I lor tne price. The Best $2, $2.50 & $3 Bon' Shoes In (he World. r- atll.ttlfr wiicro you lir. w. i,. iiougim snoen r ywitiiiu mir rencti. iryouuonotiiTsuearoiisot w.ui kyoii.iioiriiaKeiiFUiisitiiuu. ronej;eiiti!iiewiinom K. W I.. Douzl.i" iiaiiieptAtiitwiloii tsiitoni. Hhoes A "ei""rj trheredlrect fromfuftory.poiitadeyjr". r' 'SiJ"tt- '"w ,s "mo to begin to iirteSCEjl Bsf - .',:Viiioiiejr on your footwear. Write toilny f,y .Ji Uor Ctttlof thovrlng how to nnlr by i I U1IU TT b IVIU. DIUlftlDIll fTH. K. H. Mac? k Co.'a Attraction! Ara Their Low Prlca. Mtrchandise on Sale Thursday W. L. DOUGLAS STORES IN GREATER NEW YORK: B3 Nnsftitii Street TAil ItrosdimT, corner tli Street. HS.'I Itronilwnjr. ror. Mill hi, (I'nlon Sq.) 1 3 lit llrimdwav, corner :Mitli Street. I4H.1 llriimlmiT 'Thuei Square). 1)14 Tlilnl Avenue. IW! Third Airline. J'JO'J Ttilrd Aienue.enrnerlBOtli Street. T. Hill . I Are.. Iirt. 14(itll 147th St. ,145 I IkIiIIi ATenue. AA.'I i:ii;lilll ventie. 8S0 Weit l'-'Olb street. 1UUHIKI.YN 431 Vn'lon street, eorner Pearl Street. "OH. -Mo llrnadwiiy, corner Tliornlon l. 1 307 llrosilwiiT, curlier Oaten Avenue, 47H Fifth Avenue, rurner I till street. 1770 I'ltklu Areniie. .IKItsl'.v CITV-24 Newnrk Aveuue. Ni:WAIiK-H:il f.rosd Street. 1'ATKltsON-lOJ Market St..rnr.Clark T1CK.NTO.N 11 K. Mule St., cor. Itruad J Ja.' Wf VWlr mr. 1 should bow here dianr," said In- Siiuilei'. "all of their piople at one tune Inhabited the under world. Those Miuainlm; In the under world aie i;ods or lake p. ople. Tiles' 'I'ewa I d.ans ,i!mi woiship the sun and the homed .-"ip'Ut, who is supposed to piehble ou r the wab r, and for some rea son tiny stand in awe of the moon "Among the divinities are the 'salt old woiiciu,' the tuniuolse old mail.' the hplibr old woman' and others. "The-e 1 in 1 i.i 1 1 h believe ill witchcraft to a ceitalu ivtilit The 'witches' ale ear lier of 'witch inedlcllie ' " In-. Spindeti found amoiiK the Tew.is many liilercstlm; specimens of potteiy. Ainomc the dances witnessed by the e. rlorer weie the deer dance, the buffalo dance, the eaKle dance and the Tahllta, pel formed b an Indian woman, who car ried a painted band on lo r head n-pie-entint; a cloud. The Tewas have a t ndency towaul BErlculture and some of their village date hack to the period hefoie the occupa tion of the ri'Blon by the Spaniard". The live In houses of adobe. Arrow 3VJi COLLAR THE endorsement implied by predominant patronage stamps the ARROW as Troy's best Collar ii for Qoc Ci.tcii, I'kahodv Co,, Ini., Makrr.i ('Ahiiiw Shikts MRS. ED6ELL, TEACHER MOTHER, FACES TRIAL SiiiuiiKiiicil lii'l'orc lliuli Scliools Cniiiiiiil tec on t'luii'iif of Ne'rlecl of llnlv. TILDEN ESTATE ROW SETTLED Canrl ,uie i:-Juslee lel.enn Third Kierulori Smith Stnn. The dispute between tho heirs at law of the late Samuel .1. Tllilen mid tboiRe Smith. Mr. Tlden's ticci.tary, and one of the executois under his will, which led the heirs to tile a petition In the Su preme Court askhiR for Mr. Smith's re moval, was settled III the Supieme Colli I yesterday. Ills removal was asked be cause he refused to act with his o executor, Lewis V. K. ltuudnlph, to have a trustee appointed to succeed the late John IUkcIow and also because he ilelavcd the erection of the monument provided for In Mr. Tilden's will, .Instlce NewhurKcr, to whom thn appli cation was presented, duldid that under tlm will tho couit had power to name a now trustee because of the failure of the MirvivliiK trusteed to do so, mid snld he i.-iieeeii ib.it with the third trustee act ing the provisions of the will would he tarried out. The court then named ex-Supreme Court Justice Charles I'. McLean, who, he said, "was for a long time the per sonal friend and office associate of Mr. Tllden." The com t dismissed the pro cecdiiiK to lemnve Trustee Smith. SUFFRAGISTS SEE VOTES MOVIE. Sir. I'anUliiiriil in I'llinsi U'linl NO,. 000,000 Women Want." "What so.liOft.nOli Women Want." the movinn picture for which Mis. rauhliurst posed limine her lecent vlalt. ti.nl Its first tryout at the liiyant Thentro yes tenl,i umriiliiK before an Invited nu difie'e of HiilVraBlsts, who went without their lunch to i-'ie 11, ThoiiKh II o'clock was the time set, the pa line was not on luw until 1, and lis four 1 1 els. with th live, minute waits Pel wren, ran for an hour. Another picture, tho "Sheriff's Luck," was shown lo the audience, while they waited the two hours. Then Mrn. Har liol Stanton lll.ttch made a little speech, calllm, attention to the fact that the men cleaned up the Sheriff's office, hefoie they took the wounded heroine there, Just an they would clean up tho polls If women were expected theie. ' Durlrut the applause. Mrs. Ilerlsr-rt Moody, president of the Woman SuffniRo Study Ch.'u, nominated Mrs. Illatch for the Senate, which brought more clapplmr. Mrs. Klorence Maulo Cooley wrole the ecenailo for tho suffrnse "movie." Tlm story told In picture Is a romance of the struggle for vol i vi. -Mis. I'athei'ine C. IMhiII. the IIi.imiuis II. ill lll:ll Sihciol te.u her win, .iaed aw.i tiom si'hool without pi rmissioii to huir a ebllil, will hau to stand trial lot neglect of duty. The HUh Schools oiuniittce held a lueetiiif; vMinlay and lonsidei ed the iiiotherhood Mllcliun in reference to Mrs. lMKell. Chaiim.in Aithui S. Sinners aaid liis .M.Mnpalhies were with Mis IMkcII, but the' (ouimlttee musl take somu formal anion In repaid to her absence so that tho whole mattir could he hrouiihl before the lull Hoard of education. It was in cumbent upon the committee to lnlnnt Hie dlntllct supeiliiteudeut to malie'forui.il charges of iieitlei t of duty iiKalnst .Mrs. l.'dKell so that she might lie put op tllal. Mis. IMkcII will appear before the com mittee lo defend herself. The lesull of the trial will be laid before the Ho. ml of education for Its nppioval or disapproval. Mrs. I'eixotto, a teacher in an elemen tary school, was dismissed recently under eirciiinstaiK es similar to those of Mrs. IMkcII. MORE BIG LINERS PLANNED. Mr. Belmont tn Vamu on I'aaeant. Mr. August Hehnont, Mrs. Josephine Haskiuu Bacon and James S. Cushman will serve ns a special advisory commit taa at the dresii reheat sal to-night of the T. W. O. A. iianeiiid, "The Mlnlsterlnir of tha Olft," In the Heventy-flrst lleKlmeiit Annory, whero the prJormneo will he fWvn to-woiry night, Norih lieriiiun l.luyil to dil tst,. IMMI 'Ions In fleet. The North (ieiiuati I.Io.mI Line an nounced yesterday that Its huddim; plans contemplated the addition of 1 ss.ilnO tons to Its lici t. Im lulling the stiainslilp Co lumbus, and a sister ship, each of 4n,0('O tons dlsplaiemciit and 771 feet long, with nine decks and accommodations for Sun first cabin passengeis. They will iikiUi about L'l knots, The Columbus will be launched early nrt month and will he christened by Crown Princess Cecllle. of Ciermaiiy, Among tho other additions to the Ilea will be the Zeppelin, of Ifi.iiMii tons, a pas senger mid Irelght steamship of IS.ihki tons, eight freight steamships of t;,i',on tons each, and four freighters of v.nno tons each. CALLS TARDY WOOER PERJURER. Dauuhler of Ciinieule's C v-l'oiieli- iiiiiii n He I'iki'iI jii , II. Man. Waller I'rovosi, Su years old, of X" West l.'.r.th -u,.t, wa ;l. i.u-i,i il in the Toiniis police (unit , -tenia ' on a eha"ge of perjui lie was a.vifnl of swelling tll.lt he wis W.iltei Ibi.iu, .i pu-t otliie iispector ft inn I'a.-ailen i, I'.il., in a license he (.nl to marry Miss i:.t. lie if Mara, daughter of a fonnei co.ieluuan fur Ati- dlew CarileHle, The jiiiins woman s.ild lie had b. en , cunning her as llogan for a eai and ,i half at Inr home, ml .l.nkson aiiiie, The liionv, where she Ihes with her ' I a t in r. who has ntlied on a pension f . om .Mr. Cllllieaie. , l'ieMst. MUs (I'll.na ..ml, after put ling o!f the marriage on dllteteiit eciies, tlnallv lool; In r to the City Hall on in to 'her II and ot a. hoti'-e. The po-t olll e ' authorities he.mi of his pietensions us an i lnpei tor and had Ietcetles Clare and i Stllsmi an est him. .M.igi-ti'.Hc Krcschl held him in K' "Oft hall for fin titer eainm.i' ion to-d.r ANSWERS WIFE'S $75,000 SUIT. HnlUe a si,. Hun NiiI Kepi Her Curl of Union Ameeioeiil. William Waltir llalke of Cincinnati, one of llie foulnleis of the llruuswhk Halke.Colb iniei I'limpi.uy, iiiaiitifa. iue, eis of li II i.i 1 1 1 supp'ns. has ll'ed .in an 1 swer in the Supnni' Court tu u suit lo, fT.l.nOil alimony which Mm alhges lur husband agmd lo give her for the ' en III of lniself and Ihiee ilaughtiis wnc'i she got a dlioice 111 Clut lllllatl til Sep- I tember of last jcai. I .Mr. Itillio allegis that the agte. mint In pay alimony was in.iile without ciiihui iu lion and that 111"' wile has vlo'al d h terms of the asm up lit by coiiti nct.ng llnbll'tles on lis cmllt lie a -o .;'."i;'il ' that he made the ai'mmi i' on lull. If ol his dilldieii, and th.it an i ctum to ' ol- .bit the muni i mils! be luo'ight hi tiicli helialf CITY JOTTINGS, HAS FIT IN AUTO; KILLED. Chauncur'a Crnnh Into I'ence lllnmeil an Niiilden Selr.ure. 1'nnTCIir.aTKii, N. V., Nov. 5, Kugeiie Klchter. 3.'i yeais old, of 21!) WUllnin sticet, Porteliestnr, employed as chriuffeiir fur Joseph Mlllbauks, a broker of 40 Wall Hrect, was hilled while operating an au tomobile In Hast I'ortchester toilay. Itlchter WiiB alone In the car, and- Dr John Clark, coioner, is of tho opinion that he wan seined with n lit and that tho machine swerved to one side of tlm road, where It crashed Into a pipe fence, One of tho pipes crashed throiish the wind shield and struck nichter, killing him almost Instantly. Alilomohlllats who wcio passing ainng the road a shoit white, later illscov end the man dead sitting In tho machine, which wa paitly wiccked by the fence. Itlchter leaves a widow anil two ematl children. .Mr, and Mrs, lira ml Wltlllo. a of To'edo, Ohio, will be fit' Blest of honoi ,it a tea which the I'eu and finish Club wdl g'Vc .it l'l- Kasl Ninctet nth sin el ici Sunday ailernoon Mr. Whltlock, Hie , new Minister lo MeUiuin. wll ni'ike a 'spcich. Miss Ida T.llbell Is the piesident of the club. Anna 1!. Catpi liter In ought suit in thu Siiiireine Court isleidiiy nginst St ! Vluceiifs ll".splial for in,iioo ditmagi i for peisonal Injiirhs. The plaintiff nl 'leges th it an operating table on which she was placed was so weal; that It broko and emisid her peimainut Injuries. I While at a game of tag on the loof of tho live story luietiniit house at 73 Jiinics strict esterilay afteriu on, lila- coino I ici It sco, .1 .veins old, till to the Mteet and was kllbd, I'.itrolnuin Daniel J. Kly went Into a firo In the ha' uient of a two story build ing at 10SU I'aclllc slrect, Hriokljn, last evening tu rescue an old woman neigh, horn told ti I in was there. He found iu woman, but was overcome by 8tnolii Kin-men earrlfd him out, He will recover, Hrahm Vanderbcig, hader of the or, chestra at Hotel Clitildge, failed to ap pear 5esteiday bcfoin Supicun! Court Justice (ilcgcricli to ileieml a suit for divorce hi ought by Kdna Klelni-ilso Varilerhuig, an actress, and the couit signed a decrtt. for thu alalntlff. if ii i m Herald Sauara B' way, 34th to 35th SU Slore Opens 8:30 A. M. Closes 6 P. M. .Hudson SEAL CO A TS, (Dyed Mush at) Special $93.75 The -15 inch Co.it, (rated, is lasliioiicd of se lected, full furred pelts, per fectly matched iind of su perior quality and lustre. The set-in sleeves, straight line b,icl and sharply cut away fronts combine to Rive the' moduli "silhouette." Pastel-toned silk lines these h.intlsomc carinents, which are in si?es .54 to 48. Finer Coals cf Huhon Seal tanging up lo $594.00 for an m porleJ garment full lentlh, tut on noiel Rutsian lines and rithhj lined ttith scarlet end emerald satin. Smart NoCclty Sets of BlalkWolf. $19.74 A straight ".iinnial" neck pica-, with head wel I mounted, and Hat pillow muff to match, finished with head and tail, lined with soft char meiisp satin. 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In navv . brown and black poplin: heavy In weight and cf evceptional quality. A collar of fitch fur finishes the coat, and corded or naments fasten the blouse fronts. The skirt is clev erly draped in prevailing fashion. French Broadcloth Blouse Suits. $34.75 Caracul cloth m Ins tious brilliant black, forms the square collar and deep cuffs of the Piissian blouse coat of this model. "Pec top" draper.v is featured iu the Rraccful skirt. In navy, brown and black. i $34.75 Chiffon Broadcloth Blouse Suits. Another charming model of chiffon broadcloth in navv. brown and black: has collar and cufls ot velvet in matching color. The coat has a yoke, velvet ptvd, into which the blouse fronts are slnrred-aiid the skirt's draperies are drawn into a half yoke and shirred to corre-pond. PIMM? SUITS OP SMART STYI.n-just received - include a model in "Venetian blue" dtivetvn. soft and rich iu color. A waistcoat of (lowered chiffon velvet in shades of blended blue, green, rose and white is wondcrfullv effective and the skirt is oddly draped at the sick- and laid in triple pleats at the front. Priced SS9.7). Seal brown broadcloth and bands of seal-dyed coney tl-rcnch seal) are combined In a Sin' of distinctively clever stjle. Priced J69.75. Third i ii.er, iiriiii. SMART New SKIRTS Of Velveteen & Corduroy l-or tlie se.ison - grace ful mode of draper.v the velvet fabrics seem espe siallv well adapted, and while of richlv cnective stvle are very inespen sive at Macv'1-. ft vciveieen Draped SkirtslV J In black velveteen r.f I brt -ri hs.s.1 . 1 1 r 'i I 1city and very supple s l.ivtiir., tin mn,l.l illustrated) features tlv newest draper.v elfect and gives the fashionable "silhouette" of the moment. Vchclcen Q Q. Draped Skirts 0.34 In this modi I the peg top drapery at the hips is sinnrtly coivhiuttl with the Oriental dr iped Iron' cfiect, large ami small velvet buttons being used a trimming. I n black vel. U'tevnof durable qtialit Two-toned Corduroy Shirts $6.49 ( ui oil smart "Sport" lines, ''a-e t.uloreil sk its in gray or brown have patch pocket and belt; button trimmed, and are practical walking Skirt lor winter wear. Shirts of NoCelty Bedford Cord $5.74 Black-and-white stuped liedtord cord makes these strtttlv tailored Skirts, finished with paneU of reversed strivs am! smart I.1 button trimmed. Finer Skills of (lexer sti.lt ihcl.ide a draped model tn brocaded bl.ki: velvet, with long satin .isltis, Pnct'd, S57.7i. Copied Iron .1 "fr'Ot gittr" model is a. Skirt ol saiin t h.irnieuse; the draivd tmiiv. edged wi'h bands of French ea! tt;.,edsnl)e. '. Plki'd, 117.74. Third flour, l eniir. Three MEN'S To-Order SHIRTS, Special at $7.49 Macy's Usual Price, 3 for $11.82 .1 vi:ky !i-: ,. oi'ffjiim: tii.,t i.i,i K0,j r0r nit'itsD.w. riiin.w and satuhdav of this ! ",',"' only lour vlimct' of an I'Veeplinnallv lino iissortnicnt of wiim'ii sliiriiugs fi-uni Si-ntliiml, h'r.mco and Antii.i Rirry Shirt tniloieil to yoiir speei.il niiMsimi in the .Mi ley uorui'ooins ii the premises. Alisolultdy tho liet of out, lit, llnisli and I'liluie Strp rlu'it into tin. ennvontiMit lilt),. MeaMirlnc ami Show ltootns on th., Main I'lnor. Halcony. asth St He ir jiisl at tliobackol .Maev's notily nrnuigeil .Men's .Slum ' "Root's" UNDERGAR MENTS Jor MEN, Special at (each) $1.44 Medium urn hruin tm'r'if Shirts ami Dnitn.i. ..... ill'.il itriiy wool .Mailo of thu (liii'st AiiMiali.in wool Shirts in 33-inch to no-inch sics ami Drawenn iroin 'in. Inch lo tD-ineli, Men's Collon Shirts and Drawers (ea.) 69c Spring neeilln ribbed nnd vet y elastin. .Shirts, at-inem lo .Ml-ilieh Dinweis, 3tl-lneh to ,'iO-ini-h, Men's Fine Worsted Underwear (en.) 98c Spring iKH-fllu lilildshlrtsniid Dratviiiu, ii(. fr(,, . i, sotii'i'cs' nf irritalion sonietinios found in all-ttno c ir Uients Long hlmiv .Shirts, 3l-lneli to SO-ineh, and uiihli. length dratvoi-s, :io-lneh to fii-ineh. Men's Unshrinkable Worsted Underwear, 98c Medium weight, all sl'cm. riiiequalitytvool Another garment for each that nlirinkrt. Men's Heavy Cotton Union Suits. 98c Kern, olastle, riliU-d, and very heavv. Sizes 84-lnch In 50-inch ling hIpuvph nnd anklo length lens. Mala Floor. .11th M, Raaana40ft A Jolly Journey Sprcil limit mi I lie roiul to Princeton Sntnr da; innriiititj - into the wind nnd any unrl of weather. Are you ready? English motoring ul sters, fur overcoats and caps. Angora jackets, Shetland svcaters,ruff neck woolen sweaters, warm robes that reach from foot to chin, and real raincoats are here in The Motor Shop. Ma he ready today. You will have to crank up early on Sat urday morning if you want to get to Osborn Field in time for the kick-off. SPHINX Another New Black Derby for Men. We would rather create a dozen good shapes in a season than have too many with a sale in one style. Because our custom ers like to be individual in thoir wear. The secret of the SPHINX? A new combination of flat and roll brim, and a slight bell lurn to the crown. Five proportions of height. $3.50. Burlington Arcade Floor, New Building. JohnWanamaker Broadway at .Ninth V.-- si Ti. We get tlie best. Not even the most exclu sive tailor puts any better material in his suits and over coats than we. Take our new import ui overcoat fabrics, for example : or the "King George" cloth for evening suits that we alone can sell in the United States: or our exclusive line of Scotch cheviots and English worsteds. To say nothing of the best products of our own country. But think of the difference between our price and that of gjjyour first-class tailor! g?v i Another think coming when , comparison is made between (g),our clothes and the average (g) ready made at same prices. Men's suits. $18 to $4S. Men's evening suits. S3." to $70. Men's overcoats, $18 to $75. m Just a word about our (g). youths' overcoats Our smartest models are () included in these smaller sizes, si to .i.i enc-t. Rogers Peet Company1 Thrpe Broadway Stnrrs at at nt Warren Si. 13th St. 34ih St.