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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1914.
FIGHTING NEAR SUEZ, BERLIN REPORT SAYS Mail and Telephone Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention Telephone Murray Hill 9000 All Mailable Packages Forwarded Free of Charge Cut Flower Balcony Funeral designs, wed d i n g bouquets and steamer boxes of artistic merit furnished. Street Floor Lord & Taylor Jwifivp Troops Mutiny nnd Kjryp finn Notables Are Wounded, Gentians Assort. Murray Hill 9000 Fifth Avenue. S8th Street, 80th Street Founded 1S26 LOSSES IX EAST DENIED Music Daily lAMckem mid Afternoon Tea, f A. M. to S Tenth Floor Rrrmk. via wlreleen to Sayvllle, I. I., S . 14. -KIplitliiK Is In projjress near the s n Cinnl. according to an oIIU-IhI t.1e. n!it lotted here to-day. The stAtenienl continues that accord (nc to advices from Milan four carloads if frltlrh soldiers wounded In flghtlnjr. e'ween OainalU nd Hue have arrived Calm, tn many Instance. It In stated, tlve troopi iMve mutinied and many l.icrptUn notHlilf.i have been arrexted. PuMla confidence that aUifactory 1 oif'een I Ivlne nmde In the western .eaten of war hax ln-en Increased by im tieuii rrclved yttrdaj. Till conttdenco In reflected by Major M .ralit, military critic of the TagcbUttt, who regards the f.ict that French prison-r-r were taken at Nleuport on Thursday in Imll.'Htlnic that the recent defeats of uie iioigi.uiH resulted m ho Rreat a thin n.iih' of tlt-lr rank that French troops iivrt had to be brought In to replace their 1 .Me. Tlio critic ndda that the takhuc ci pronners hi i pre unncateM that the liergv of the enemy Is decrcntdliK. Tti..t the French believed that the rter. in!' I' m had been weakened at Solssoim t ir nscinen th line rurthcr xvebt In jisrumeil by Major Moraht from the r-n.-,i nttempu to lirrak through at Sr.f"n" TIiIh belief, he sajs, ai an Considerable anxiety has been caused t th. Ituskiau advance south of the VMuhi, particularly In tho region of Kai.siK. tn tho absence of public knout- .l(Ti how far tnc Ilusalans have ndvnneod It ii not believed here that they have rioted the lierman frontier at any point. Mnjor Mor.iht nays be doea not consider tht the present lighting on this frontier lnvc.lt es any danger f a new Ilusslan Invasion. Opotlu coming from outside thut the t 'Vis of I'oscn and I'leschen have been oo-tipM for the days ntv discredited here, and the otllclnl press Intimates that not only la there no caue Tor anxiety hut that (Jen. Mm llind'ni)urg will resumo t ir ottetislvn against the Russians noon. Tm oltUI.il Xoriltlrntsrhri Attficnirin it mm, liiK'.DR 1th Information n official Hut .neiits. n:u : "It cut be said that only n few of the border rtglolin In Kast I'russla havo been r'netruted by solitary detachments of IttiMan troopn. Then Is no reason to frs- for K.tst I'mida. and the provinces of p.iiHii and Slletla -arc entirely out of the danpt-r 70ne." tiutc of warning against the oxag rerhtloti of lieniiany'H successes by the public Is houudfd by Count von llrvent low n tb Tii7rajftu(7. While ex preMlnit lwllef In a complete Clermnn t! tnry. he cautions the public against con tempt for tho strength of the ltrltlsh tied and says that there Is no reason to tvllevo that lu fighting strength has beon nipatred by the losses suffered up to the present time. Those best able to Judge of this matter In tterman naval circles." lie said, "havo no such conception." VIENNA BUSINESS IMPROVES. rnmUlnffs Ample, hnt Price of Flrend I InrrrnalUK. .iptclal CaUe DttpateK to Tm Sex. Viknna. via Home, Nov. 14. The Mayor Issued an announcement to-day to thr efTCL-, that buvlne-ss was In a satlsfac orv condition. There Is a EtifHclent sup ply of foodstuffs, but the price of bread Is mcrea-slmr. The number of unemplojed ! decreasing and the frte soup kitchens kre not patronlreil any longer. This Is reparded aa a euic sIkh that work Is plen tiful The Mayor say cholera Is prevnlllnc only union tho fcoldlers. So far civilians hei not been attacked. OKUMA BLAMES THE KAISER. RrrmTin Woerrltn lream of I'nniiHInir Veil Itninmi I'.ntplre. CtU lir-tpMch to ll,t h'mt and Ktit .Vetri Bui tan ToKto, Nov 1 . Tho Kojuu Society, a nromlnent ortfanlzatlon In this city, held meeting yesterday to celebrate the fall of Tslnp-tao. The rneetlnsr w-as attended by Count Oktmia, tho Premier; Baron KaAo. ForelKn Minister: Mr. Ozakl. Min ister of Justice, and the dlplomatlo rep resentatives of the Allies, together with JOO members. The Premier In the course of hie npeech said : "The cause of this RTeat war W only too rvtdent. That neveral peace lovlnic coun tries have one tiy one been led to tmaheath their sworda Is entirely duo to the mis taken policy of Imperialism and militarism pursued by Orrnany. Wo rejoice to fee the fsll of T.Mlnif-tao, not only for our own sako but as it will doubtless bring no email bcnetlt in our allies. The dis turber of peace, who dreams In thin twen Meth century or founding a new Roman Empire and he.iitiitea not to sacrifice for tti attainment of his ambition tens of thousands of lives and the civilization and Trnlth vearcd tip by the lnbor of many iiratlons, dee (irve the wrath of heaven nj Ms project la doomed to failure. "What Mr. H.itfour said In his Oulld hall epeech, that otto victory Ijegeta an other is too true. I cannot therefore but rJo!ce, from tho bottom of my heart that 'ho fall of Tslng-tao ndvances us one step toward the restoration of peace to the imtc'i hara1 world." P.fTTlnK to tho cntlser Geler, which a Intcrni-d tho othor day at Honolulu, th' .'01 In u editorial sayn: "H'n confidently 'believed that the Amer ean (Sovernment, following the precedent 't set ilurltiK the llusso-Japaneso war, "hn It ordepil the converted crulsr 't..t to he Interned at Pan KthiicIsco and 'he eru!ers Aurora, Oleg and Jemchnnif Manila, would this thrift adopt the same and Impartial courne and maintain t str'et neutrality. Our faith was not I'kpl.tffd. Tho American C.ovemment by ' o.der Isutil to the cruiser Ueler, al- ioiikIi H.mie tlmo was expended In mak-rt- the decision, hn onco' more demon r ated Its hlnrern adherence to tho policy if -trlct neutrality and has thus fore '""'led any 111 f.ellng between America e l Japan that might havo arisen ther f 'Mn We rcjolco that the affair naa so fn!'"f-ictorlly settled." PLACENTA TISSUE FOR BURNS. Pupil of nr. rrel IHcoTer IJtt Cure for 5hrsipnrl fl'onnlU, fiptdnl Cubit PeipatcA to Tn Sr. Pr.ts, Nov. 14. Tlte JfoMn prints a nsrrlptlon "t how Dr. Ketgo Woronoff, wfio was a iiupll of Dr. Alexia Carrel at le lloekefellcr Itenearch Institute In Now V 'rk, cure. shrapnel burns, which are n-itniroiis ntid deadly, by transplanting 'bu'fnt.i tissue obtained at maternity hos Irals to the wounded who are HiiffcrlriB 'mm burns at tho Ilusslan Kiiibassy'B h nihil tit Hordeau. Dr. Woronoff states that this method ''"Hid bo equally successful tn pesico Urn for Urgo burns of any kind. French (ietm Cuplnreil nl. Aperfal Ca6ff PeiparcA to T HrN, Pnra, Nov. 14, Two flerman flags wnleji wero found bulled 1 the ttencJies I're the HiIIIfIi foagltt In the battle "f the Marint have loii ront by Oett. iMOt to a en. 0lr Jolin Ffsnoht House Gowns, Negligees, Kimonos and Dressing Sacques A great and varied assortment of Crepe-de-Chine, Messaline, Flowered Satin, Albatross and Novelty Crepes. Also a large variety of com fortable and warm robes exceptionally desira ble models in zannanas, silk quilted, eiderdown and flannel. Novelty Crepe and Jncquard Silk $1.35, $T.gj &P $2-95 Flowered Silk or Satin -$2.95, SJ-9S & $6'95 Albtr08S : 43-95 $5-95 & $6-95 Crepc-de-Chine $395 $695 & $795 Eiderdown or Blanket Robes P.pj,", $3.95 feP 7.75 Quilted Japanese Robes $5-95 & $6-95 Dressing Sacques Crepe-de-Chine $4-45, $5-95 & $7-95 Albatross -$r-95, $2-95 & $3 '45 French Flannel $f-95t $2-95 & $4-95 Silk Petticoats & Knickers Extraordinary Values Special Lot of Silk Petticoats Consisting of messaline, silk Jersey nnd crepe-de-chine, $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 &f $4.95 Wool Jersey Top Petticoats Flounce of messaline in black only. . ,$2-95 & $3'95 Silk and Wool Jersey Knickers Silk Jersey Knickers, in white, pink and black $2 '95 to $5.00 Wool Jersey Knickers in black only Knee length $2.95 1 Ankle length $J.J1 Muslin Underwear Attractive Assortments &c Unusual Values Night Gowns Sheer Nainsook 9SC, $f.25 & $f-95 Crepe-de-Chine $3-95 $4-95 & $6-95 Albatross $3-95 & $4-45 Cotton Crepe ,98c & $T.25 Discontinued Models in Odd Sizes At Greatly Reduced Prices, as follows: $1.95, $2.95 & $3.95 Underbodices of Crepe-de-Chine Lace trimmed 98c, $1-5 & $1-95 Extraordinary Values in Corsets & Brassieres Discontinued Styles in Up-to-Date Models (The range of sizes not being complete) At About Yi Usual Prices $1.25, $r-95 '$2-95 & $3-75 Usually $2.50 to $8.00 Several Models 0 f Brassieres 85c to $r-75 Usually up to $3.50 Second Floor Chiffon TaffetaSilks For afternoon and evening wear, are being shown in complete assortments at moderate prices. Highly Desirable Silks At Very Low Prices. Taffeta Warp Prints On dark, medium and light grounds, all the newest styles; confined to Lord & Taylor. Usually $2.50, $8.00 & $3.50 per yard. Black Dress Liberty Satins Wide widths. Usually $2.25 per yard A New Shipment of Fine Black Chiffon Dress Velvets Usually $6.00 per yard Black Satin Empress 54 inches wide, a fino quality. Usually $3.50 per yard Street Floor $1.78 $i.35 $3-75 3,000 Dress Lengths Percales and Ginghams In a variety of designs put up in neat boxes for Holidny Gifts S.J20 & $1.50 per Pattern Second Floor Annual Sale of i( Selected Furs" Women's Fur Coats, Muffs & Neckwear Authoritative Styles for IP inter 1914-1915 At Very Low Prices We wish to make New Friend, and to these this Sale will appeal as well as to our Old Friends, who know we serve them well. The values offered in this sale arc exceptional. Who would not prefer a Fur Coat bear ing the label of "Lord & Taylor" the synonym the world over for style and quality particularly when it costs less than is generally asked? Tomorrow, Monday, and Throughout the Week. W 'omen 's Exceptional Qualities at Seal -Dyed Muskrat Coats The latest models $92.50, $TJO.OO, $25.00, $175.00 Usually $110.00, $135.00, $155.00, $210.00 Black Pony Coats Light weight Moired Skins $26.50, $32.50 Usually $31.50, $38.50 Black Pony Coats With contrasting Fur Collars $29.50, $35.00 Usually $35.00, $41.50 Fur Coats Extraordinarily Low Prices Seal-Dyed Coney Coats New models, handsomely lined $62.50, $85.00 Usually $85.00, $100.00 Black Caracul Coats Fine quality lustrous skins $5750, $85.00, $rio.oo Usually $72.50, $110.00, $135.00 Persian Lamb Coats 40 inch length. Usually $200.00, $165.00 45 inch length. Usually $200.00, $2IO.O0 Fashionable Fur Neckwear About 14 Less Than Usual Prices Black Fox $16.50 $21.00, $31.50 Seal-Dyed Muskrat $12.50, $21.50 Natural Beaver $19.50 Skunk $17.50, $24.50, $37.50 Black Lynx $24.50, $31.50, $47.50 Seal-Dyed Coney $7.50 Silvered Kitt Fox $18.50, $25.00 Red Fox $16.50 Black Caracul , $10.00 Natural Raccoon $9.50; $13.50, $21.50 White Moufflon $12.50 Pointed Fox $27.50, $42.50 Persian Lamb $17.50, $27.50 Dyed Skunk $16.50 Civet $12.50 Silvered Kitt Coney $7.50 Black Coney $7.50 Persian Paw $3.50 Dyed Raccoon $12.50, $16.50 Third. Fashionable Fur Muffs About I3 Less Than Usual Prices Black Fox $17.50, $22.50, $35.00 Seal-Dyed Muskrat $17.50, $22.50 Natural Beaver $24.50, $29.50 Skunk $27.50, $32.50, $42.50 Black Lynx $32.50, $41.50 Seal-Dyed Coney $11.50 Silvered Kitt Fox $23.50, $36.50 Red Fox $18.50 Black Caracul $18 50 Natural Raccoon $12.50, $17 50 White Moufflon $15.00 Pointed Fox $32.5u, $47.50 Persian Lamb $28.50, $38.50 Dyed Skunk $16.50, $27.50 Civet $22.50 Silvered Kitt Coney $12.50 Black Coney $13.50 Persian Paw $9.50 Dyed Raccoon ' $12.50, $17.50 Floor. Unusually Low Prices for Laces That Are Both Scarce and Desirable Net Lace Flouncings In a variety of styles, including sheer net, Venice, and embroidered colored effects on all the new nets, D to 27 inches wide, 75c 95c $r.25, $1.50 &f $1.95 Usually $1.25 to $8.00 per yard French Novelty Laces Embroidered in silver and gold, also Lame and metal effects in all the desirable widths. $r.so to $5.95 Usually $2.50 to $8.00 per yard Sheer Filet Lace Flouncings 18 to 27 inches wide ' $1.75 to $2.75 Usually $2.50 to $8.75 per yard Real Cluny Laces & Insertions for the trimming of centrepieces and curtains 65c 95c Usually 80c to $1.50 per yard Street Floor A Large Importer's Stock of Real Lace Neckwear & Handkerchiefs Together with many taken from our own stock About Half Former Prices Handsome Holiday Gifts Point Lace Berthas $60.00 to $95.00 UBually $100.00 to $150.00 Duch'es8e, Duchesse & Point, Carrickmacross, Filet & Venise Collars, Yokes, &f Collar &f Cuff ' Sets $3.00 to $40.00 Usually $5.00 to $60.00 Handkerchiefs Real Armenian & Point Gauze $r.00 Each Usually $1,50 Duchesse, fef buchesse & Point Combined $3.00 to $2O.00 Usually $4.00 to $30.00 Street Floor Fine Damask Table Cloths & Napkins The remaining broken sizes and assortments of the C elebrated Holme Factory, Belfast, Ireland, At Y$ & J Less Than Customary Prices Table Cloths $3.80 to $6.95 Usual Prices $6.75 to $18.90 Napkins $4.75 to $5.50 Dozen Usually $7.50 to $11.00 500 Irish Damask Table Cloths $1-25 Rack Usually $1.90 150 Dozen Large Dinner Napkins Wm. Liddell & Co.'s Gold Medal Brand $6.75 per Dozen Reduced from $9.50 100 H. S. Damask Sets including 1 dozen Napkins and 1 Table Cloth, boxed, $11.25 to $32.50 per Set Formerly $18.25 to $55.75 H. S. Huck Towels $2.95 per Dozen Usually $4.20 Irish Hand. Embroidered Guests Towels $6.75 per Dozen Reduced from $18.50 Sheets Pillow Cases Din llmmllT Vow . Sim lTmiiJIr Kjw 63x99 95c 75e 42xH8l2 24c 19c 72x99 $1.05 85c 45x88Jj 26c 21c 81x99 $1.15 92c 50x88i2 28c 28c 90x99 $1.23 98c 54x38 30c 24c Secoiul Floor I ' ' ' IL- ' Italian Hand Woven Huck Guests' Towels $4.50 per Dozen Usually $6.00 500 Real Hand Emb'd. Madeira Luncheon Sets $4.85 per set Usually $6.50 350 Dozen Real Madeira Hand Emb'd Tea Napkins $6.95 per Dozen Usually $10.50 and $12.00 $10,000 Worth of Muslin Sheets & Pillow Cases A Special purchase from one of the largest mills in tho United States at Very Low Prices