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THE SDN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1913.
1B1TCHEL TO REST ON A TRIP TO PANAMA S. Altaian & Ota FIFTH AVENUE 34th and! 35th Streets, New York "FIFTH AVENUE 34th and 35th Streets. New York SuiTosMU' ns Collector Mny Ho Xiunctl Ik'forc llo Sails on Wednesday. TELEPHONE 7000 MURRAY HILL TO Hi: (iONK TIIIIKK WKKKS 31 ii ! He'll Ask (ioHlmls to He Police Commissioner Here. Minnr-ilirt .) oltn Purroy Mlteliet salil Mi rila Hint IiIh rcHlKiuitlon us Out- inr of the Poll had liven uivuiitcrt liy t'rri-hl.'iil U'lNnti III a ronlliU'iitlal Ut ter which Mr. Mllehel leeelved tun il!i liefoie the eliie of tho eaiiiialuti. Mr. Mltehel ileelliieil to make the letter pill)-. He on the Kimmil that it wax private. He citalneil, hiiweer, th.it It cniitnlnril wnnl.i of pr.il.ie from tho President In regard to Mr. Mltchel'M work while Cot Icrtor of the Port. The teslcnatlon will take effort on the appointment uf his Miorossor That proli ,ahl,v will he hefore WediieMilay, ns Mr. Mltehel will sail on that day for Panama on the Pulled I'rult steamer X.aeapa for a three weeks trip. Prior to that he will make no aniiouiuenunt us to his appoint ments. The hle.i prevailed yesterday that Mr. Mltehel will kIic much thought to the question of appointments during his trip. Other politicians believed that he already has made up his inltid on many of his appointment!) and is tukliiK the trip to Cri away ironi jiersons who may seek to Intluenre. him. ln- Aak r.oAlhnU. Pnlltkians nttnehed slgiilflcaiue to the trip to Panama and there were hints that one reason for the trip was to uk Col. JeorKe ". (ioethals to accept the pot of Pollco Commissioner. No one doso to Mr. Mltehel would lla cuss the report, but It waa admitted that Col. Ooetlials would make a splendid man to tnrkle the Job. Of course his work at Panama will take months yet and It la well known that Col. (ioethals is de. voted to the tremendous task he has b fore, him of completing the work at Pan ama. Mr. Mltehel and a party of live will WiakK 1hs trip on the xA-.im-hlp Zarapa. He will hi- accompanied by Mrs. Mltehel, Mix, Howard Cooley. his wife's sister; Miss Itooe Perkins. J. Waldo Smith, chief rnclncer of the Department of W'uier Sup jvly. and Lamar llardlni;. Mr. .Mltehel had thought of Rolntc to the Adlrondaelifc, hut he decided that the wiMthcr would he too severe up there for Mrs. Mltehel. Ills next thought was a trip to the Mediterranean, hut that would takf too loin:, and tlnully he hit on tho trip to Panama. Th- Imat will reach Kingston on No-venil'i- IT and Oilon on the lath. Mr. MHcIhI and his patty will Inspect the canal and probably will k further south W'h the boat. It may. Ik- that they will P'ni.iin hm r, but that whs not pot tie. 1 jm. .tin. ii The lat on tho return tilp w. hi - at I'olnn on NnvcmN'r 27 and It ii hi s N'i w York on Ilecemher 4. Iliti Ml f'nstnnia lliinttit. M' M l .ui was busy at the Custom fl" i?e until I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Hi 'eccM-il lslts from Congressman Will iam .l I'.iMei-, Augustus Hchwarzler, Pio j.nu' leader In The llronx, and from Jaool ,. l.ivliiL'ston of llrooklyn. Mi .Mlti hel s.ilil he was pleased with th' appointment of Arthur C, Train as an Assistant litrl't Attorney to succeed Charles i' Nott. Jr, who was eleoteil .TniWi of ibni ral Session.'. "You may say," he addid, "that I am ijtpie sine that there will be the heart Irkt Oiii-pi ' a'lon between tho yfllres of the M.-imii- and tin District Attorfiey." Mr Mll'ii.l has iiTelved . vast mini i of letteis of ciiiigratubttliin which will keep hl.n buy answering. He also has leeeheil Innumerable upplleatlons for Jobs. He mule It clear that the principles of efficiency would govern hint In his ap pointments. Asked If he would appoint organization men, ho replied "If the orcanli.itlon puts forward men who measure up to my ardtlek, I'll ap point them. If not, I'll have to look else-whore." EAST SIDE OUT FOR MOSS. mines .Men Want to See II I in (irt m (innd Job t'ndrr Mltehel. Assistant District Attorney Frank Moss III Indorsed for Police Commissioner or Assistant Corioratlon Counsel and praised for the work he did In helping to rid the Eaat Side of gangsters at a meeting last night of the ICast Ride Protective Asso ciation In Its headquarters, 1 Avenue B. A delegation of the association will call upon him to-day nnd offer him the sup port of that body for either appointment. Tho business men of the East Side are enthusiastic over the assistance given them by the Assistant District Attorney and the resolution of praise waa adopted unanimously. MACY'S OLD SIGN RESTORED, It Will lie l'rslare of the Store's AnnlTeraary. When Macy's depattment store opena o-morrow morning the first sign that was ever displayed by a department store In tho Pnltcd States will hang over the en trance to the arcado In llroadway. It Is the Mimn sign that It. H. Mary put over hla little shop at 2O4-208 Sixth avenue In This historic sign Is one of the fcaturiN of the celebration of the eleventh annhersary of the removal of ft. H. Mary (e i'ii. from Fourteenth street to Its pres ent loentlnn, Ilrnadway from Thirty loiiith to Thlity-Flfth street In It"." I,. Straus ft Sons made ar rangements with It. II, Macy to open In the basement of his store In Fourteenth t net a special department for their fa mous china, i-mekety and glassware. This was the origin of the department store, and It Is for this reason that Macy's is called the "oilglnal department store," When I! II Macy started business 111 1fi he established fixed prices, pie xlouslj unknown In New York, and gave no discounts to any one. He nlso estah. Ilshed odd Pi Ices - 'J rents. It cents, Ac, The moving of the Macy store to Its present iiiinrters was a forerunner of a in w shopping centre of the city. This was. the master stroke of the mercantile genius of tho Straus brothers, who dl- lied, as iioiii) others had, that this ii ntie was to lie to the north. OIRL DOCTOR JILTED GETS $8,500 , lierlff'a Jury I'lses Damages In Rreach of Promise Halt. In .rlluir II, Nylon, an interne In the !!oiu'gi.in Hospital In llrooklyn, must pay f.'.'iiKi to Miss Kdna Phllg because lie) refused ty nmriy her after they had been engaged tluen years. Mis' I III I s and Dr. Nylmi mel al Arlington, N, J,, where they were neighbors, When ho refused to keep his promisii to wed her because ho said his affections hud cooled. Miss IJhllu sued for t'JS.Ooo. When the papers were served on Dr, Nvlen ha said lie would marrv Miss l'hlla If she still insisted, hut that he didn't want to make the, lives of both unhappy, Ha didn't defend tint suit, and the ease sent to a Sheriff's Jury, which fixed Mlit VNaftdUaMM. 'HE departments throughout the Store are particularly well stocked with merchandise for the Winter season, in ) the selection of which unusual care has been exercised to meet the demands of those desiring to make practical Holiday Gifts. The prices of all articles will be found to be very reasonable. It is suggested that early selections be made, especially In cases where engraving or embroidering is to be done. Special salespeople will, if desired, be detailed to accompany patrons to the various departments. MONDAY SALES Women's flirnported Wraps in two attractive styles, will be placed on sale at the following very special prices: Imported Plush Wraps, full length, in black, gold and gray, fur-trimninned . at $65.00 Imported Wraps off plain and em bossed Plush, in black, white or reseda green, in short length, at $48.00 Extensive price reductions have been made in rich Imported Outer garments. Models that were origi nally $235.00, 275.00 & 375.00 are now $145.00, 165.00 & 1 A Salle off Women's House Go w mis and Negligees wili present a specially prepared assortment at prices considerably below the actual values. Japanese Kimonos of silk, hand embroidered and interlined $ J 6.50 Imported Gowns off zenana, hand embroidered and lined with alba tross . . . at $15.50 Crepe de Chine Gowns, trimmed with swansdown . . at $7.50 House Dresses off albatross, with lingerie collar . . at $5.75 Blanket Robes . . at $3.25 1. Altaian & Co. On TUESDAY, Nov. 1th A Special! Sale off Women's Blouses will feature two models made especially for this occasion, at unusually attractive prices. These will consist of Lace Blouses, introducing chif fon in various colors at $9.75 And Lace Blouses trimmed with fur Also for TUESDAY, at 5.00 Nov. 11th Fur Coats, Scarffs and Muffs at Special Prices French Seal (Dyed Coney) Coats, in plain model . . at $65.00 Hudson Seal (Dyed Muskrat) Coats, with collars of contrasting fur at $125.00 All of these coats are 45 inches In length and show the smart cutaway models so much in vogue this season, Muffs of Natural Raccoon, at $23.00 Scarfs of Natural Raccoon, at $ fl 5.00 Muffs of Moleskin . at 32.00 Scarfs of Moleskin . at 5 8.00 Muffs of Skunk . . at 45.00 Scarfs of Skunk . . at 21.00 Men's Fur-lined Overcoats of Black Broadcloth and Oxford, lined vith natural muskrat and having collars of Persian Lamb or natural beaver, will be on sale at . $65.00 (Fur Department, Third Floor.) MONDAY SALES Misses' and Juniors' Smart Tailor-made Suits and Dresses have been subjected to very con siderable reductions from the origi nal quotations, and are now on sale at the following prices: Tailor-made Suits, in the prevail ing materials and colors, at . . $35.00, 42.00 & 48.00 Afternoon Dresses, featuring the fashionable silks and color tones, at . $35.00 & 45.00 Reductions have been effected in the prices of recent importations of Misses' French Blouses off Chiffon, Lace and Lingerie. Women's Petticoats in two desirable styles, attractively priced Wool Jersey Top Petticoats, "n black only, .finished with messa line flounce . . . at $3. 8 5 White Silk Jersey Top Petticoats, with shadow lace flounce finished with rosebud trimming, chiffon cloth underlay . . at $7.50 OTHER SPECIAL SALES FOR TO-MORROW (MONDAY) Paris Model Gowns and Suits heretofore $250.00 to 450.00, have now been reduced to . . . $185.00 & 250.00 Dressmaking Department, Third Floor. 10,000 Pairs off Women's Imported Walking Gloves in an unusual offering of short glace gloves in black, white or tan, will be marked at the special price off per pair 30c A Highly Interesting Sale off French Hand-made Lace Curtains, Panels and Bedspreads at the following exceptional prices: Lacet Arabe and Marie Antoinette Lace Cur tains, regularly $15.00 to $28.00 per pair, at . . . . $9.00, Q 3.50 & 16.50 Lacet Arabe and Marie Antoinette Lace Panels, regularly $9.50 to $17.50 each, at . $5.85, 7.00, 8.25 & 9.75 Lacet Arabe and Marie Antoinette Lace Bed spreads, regularly $22.00 to $38.00 each, at . . $12.00, 14.50, 18.00& 21.00 Also a limited number of very fine Hand made Filet Lace Curtains, Stores and Bed spreads at most unusual concessions from the regular prices. Little Boys' Imported Velour Hats which have been regularly sold at $7.50 each, will be reduced to-morrow to . $5.50 Electric Lamps suitable for library or living room, will be offered, in a special selection, at most attractive prices. Gilt Carved Wood Single Light Lamps (antique finish), 20 inches high, with 14-inch Novelty Silk Shades, in ecru, rose, red and green; actual value $20.00 . . at $12.75 Etched Colored Glass Lamps, double light, with metal standards in verde or bronze finish; actual value $20.00 . at $12.75 Mahogany or White 'Enamel Standard Lamps (for desk or boudoir), 1! inches high, with cretonne shade, at the special price of $3.00 The Art Objects and Bric-a-brac Department, where the above Sale of Lamps will be held, is showing, in the regular stock, large and most attractive assortments of Lamps and Lamp Shades adapted for every purpose; also a great variety of dainty Candle Shades for boudoir or table decoration. Lamp and Candle Shades made to order. AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF Imported Chiffffon Velvets Plushes (38 to 42 inches wide) in desirable shades, regular price $6.50 per yard at $2.85 A Remarkable Sale off 20,000 Yards off Curtain Scrims 38 inches wide, in mercerized blocked and striped effects, made of fine spun yarns in white, cream and ecru; regularly sold at 35c. per yard, now reduced to . . ! 8c Should patrons desire to purchase these goods by the piece, the lengths measure from 40 to 43 yards. Orders by mail or telephone will receive prompt attention. Women's French Lingerie Hand - embroidered, will offer exception 5 1 values in a special assortment at the follow ing prices: at $1.35 at J. 90 . .at 1.25 at 2.75 at 1.75 Chemises Night Robes Drawers . Petticoats . Corset Covers Combinations at 2.50 3ftftf Awtttiw lark