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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1915.
FODGHMW HAVEN HOW THE LATEST LAND SLIDE CHOKED THE PANAMA CANAL m AT PROFIT, ADMITS The Store for Men Separate Building. Separate Stocks. Separate Service. Broadivay at Ninth PHIS photograph, taken October 26, near Gold Hill, pictures vividly I U ......t.i..... f . : A I . Al i n I ... lipjran to form just Itefore this picture was taken. It rose and spread until it joined the sides of the canal. The mass in the background, through which a narrow chunnel had just been blasted, came up flrat as an island and grew until it Mocked the entire canal ut th' point. mm i . . ...i.-i.i luiiiiuiuinx me umni omciais. kock and earth hiivr moved down from the heights on either side and forced the mud at the CHESTER W. CHAPIN I bottom up out of the water. In the foreground is an island which Shipping Mod's Testimony In 1 Conspiracy CMC Ts Blow to I . S. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS BUSINESS MEN'S SUITS SUITS FOR THE MORNING EVENING CLOTHES - , itfg - mm LLLBBBaf ' m MELLE3 l o sTAMt AO ATX: II. II EHS REAP QharlM B, Mnn t,..; ihl srltnsss Stand ut iHtin I'tntvrdiy t ir mo SStflifld roui.d of in.: testimony fr the Qowrn mmt la tin cam of t lie sloven Mdlrtc Ion of tiii Xmv Havsn on ih.iI In the Vnited Butss District Court in,rK..(i v Hi hni:.K eonaptrad lo monopolist iIm transportation fac im' of Xi i Mndand, lie arafl on the stand whan Jude Hunt onlrrr.1 an djoummcnl until l"::'.i o'et-'ck thin ntorttltif, titii hs i 'i nt MM vary much, At long Intervals hs had Idsntiftsd a Isttsr nr s signoturs Which the rtovernmsni rtad, hul lhal Slli, all. lie will be mi liie utand for i many ,i.is this ttma, nol ',in m dtrsol namlnatlon but In rrosseXsmlnatlon Which will b rotiiltictsd b) Charles I. Choats of Boston, iieiu.e Mr Hsllsn sppssrsd the Oov OriiiiMM had passed through snothet a i in-; period when one of its srltntssai ia, without rsluvtanc. so t.. ,i could . te nereeived. testimony which the da fencs received with manlfsti Tins Witness was Chastar W t?haptn ot the ifaintiv whtoh lias bean hnossn In Bound siiippinc circles for seventy-five years e,r mere. Mr. c'hapin. like Prank J. M, Tienbauirh, who was OH tho Stand last . week, acknowledged he had fought the New Haven Railroad Company at j rrollt to himself and did not appear to I Mature any hard feelings. Wnasht Ho,l In t-almrnt. j r . i i... a i i-.i Aaslstunl Uturneytleneral, Mr Chspln Sail lie had haiiaht the Central New England Itallroad al t irscloaure In tsss a an Investmrflt, Mi onto' buelness tiow i- "fanner up in Butllvan County N Tne Central New Rnguwtd, as si- plan i ll. i th load Whleh owns the raughkeapslr HrhUe and 'las Intended to run into Hpringneldi connecting with the Boston and Albany, it did not get Into gprlngfleld bscausa of s "trip at I. . ..... mm II... ..,- ' . l- e f.irio. ,. ..V ' ... . ... i ,., e.,M n.,t net over the strip he went iioun.l. I erhciouoon the railroad capitulated si it gllowed linn I ' come In over the Itos ton and Ml a: y UrldgS a;.d into the cm tr.il station. (ni croM-esamlnation the witness il i lie had bought tht t ,d tut ll.SSO.000 In J "!: and sold il four years later fur Mi g5. 'I lii w is not as much a- hs anted, hut it was all he could lie had bought it as aii Investment mid Hie toad WSS sale from the mo. mem he got tt. Mr. Chapln said it m.i nothing unusual for a railroad to fight other railroad. H- led been in flghta .ii In- business life, both In rail roads and st unships. Th tiovertimenl did not llks tuts, but Mr itatts on redirect eainlutlon could Mm gel the witnees to rhangs anything gnd ii,' was allowed to go. Vftei tteorge B. Bcholleld, attorney for Hie Plagler estate and the Florida Kssl Coast Itallroad, had Identlfled the Man' urea of Hie lit.- ll M. Flagler and J, m Parrott, prsaldcnt of the road, Ml. MSllcn was rt called a lid all III the COUrl room knew that the critical point nf l ie Government's cass hail been reached. The conspiracy in which ail the defendants were nllsgsd to have Joined was to be proved before the ttlt tiess lift the eland or the SUtlre case Wan lo . id. Mellea diei t B. Mi. Halts Aral asked fie wlttlSSS it he had received a letter from Judge 'ohn M. llaii while lo- was president ..f the Northern Puclltc in Umaha a to ths advlrablllty "f buying the Central New Xngluud Railroad, The witness replied in the sfflrmatlvs. whoreupon tins let ler was read. The leitev racomntsndsd the purchase of th road, which owned th,. Moughkeepels bridge. Various mln Mtes were read thereafter showing the Stupe taken to ncqulrs I ae toad. Then Mr. Butts asked the wltnsss trhul isrrllory would bs affected by com Mtltlon of Lhs Csntral New Bngland. The answer was the Connecticut Vallsy r orth of Bpiingdeldi Which tool, in a I u n liM ,,f 1 : 1 1 w iiiaiiiti i. ttirniL. tawnu. T.i. n ii developed thai a report made in 1119 1 which ho went t" the nscqusi una ten Mitch rscommsndsd the purohggs wsslnlt Club, Hi lefi the Raifiusi clul voted down bj the board of New Haven friends say. shurll) after ' o'clock, de JlMnlnii wn.I ii:e 1 1, o m r n IMI . t iv.,. ae I elltelnO 111- IntShtion to Co 1'Oltl-' ...w..,l ,.r oof .i, ,ie-. Ill -liui .l V l.io.h,. t.ury itnally mad Me Batts admit thatlwua born In Burkss Hsrdsns, Va and Hi- r oil m no. haiwht iintli ISnl. but 1 mmm araduatad from the Ct.lv rally "'' the Bpsclsl Assistant Attorney-General I wntetidsd that then waa a connection. g wers III One sellable tt iiad been Inn! Uceii thought that Mi. M-llen srould lie allows.! 10 g.- his s. wid glags Isstintony in narrative form, lint 1. devslopsd thai II was to go on much tt h IimcI in Hie thai stags. .Mi Mellen vwuiii answsr in a gytlsbls and tiis Ciovsrnmenl srould read for twenty m. ri me, it was apparent tint the Uovsru nisnt had nol been altogsthsr filsased nt Mr. Chapln's tsstlmony in tin; morning, it krit hammering u the Central fiew Rnglund wiih minute" or letter, written bsex ni IMS, 'I'll,. re was a khlH I hereafter lo goring. fsld, ih- Hartford tnd Connecticut We-i-grn Itsllrond ..mi the trolleys. Under nate ,,f Novsnibor l'.', iv,. 1, I'rsaldeui Hall wruts 1.1 K, l llabblns that linna tli.li then iieiiiliim na, iiipiiiriM ami Wanted to Know if t;,. Camiertl.ul law. er illrl on: want Ihe assislailes 'if ''Judgs" HtotUard Mi Rnhblis. up. gsared t .. ths Job. as evidenced by liu gnawsr wrlttsit th t.i ina rial "My ilea. .In, is.. Hall. 1 Mr, Itubli na wri,te, "i learned last night, abottl I ', lo, I;, that then was a plan to pul th V mail on the ra:lro.nl h. n-s 11, e MoniiiBiie ,,i l Sor .ltrtielil l 1 lid HOI ilare t., .t.ilt livenli-'r in hOIII'l I sot. , 1 1 in I i InJuitetluii mors tup illy il lOU ,1 .ill. Ine I'rel.ti ' 1 1 he ;lli , ,,'ne ilittl.'Ulty. esr ami plaead the hunted on an ,, ill wni in his hi. .,ls lit III) olll, e at ST!) I went tin the track, i fssl Ii to take the rSSKllbllltt This morning nit ami look was my duty f iisjo my tie: ( Jiiilgaient in all SniCI'gSI ami I getsd. "I sol your Liter In the e.il flghl llgalnsl the 1 1 -.11- v I'm, iii KtW Britain I,- ll ii'lford, l had llvs lawyers HB.uiist tne. i n member Haying then that I iii, I not care how ma lawyers hud agulriHl me, hul I did nol want Inn many with me," . A there are fuurtstg or mors law yer., for the dsfsnus unci four or the for ths Uoverninenl this brought a isugii, iining which en ii .iuiIk. Hum join,.. i. Mr. Men, nt is allowed i.i re inner Xlc-r tins an Ujgrsepi ni sntered mm fcernerii the rJehtrul New Kngluud -'ml ins H" stin und viiiain. iii May, Ikts, srhsrsby tne former got into etpring. fa 1. 1 over tiic itieton an, i Albany bridge through nu yards and into ih Hprlnr mill n.itiiiii. Ii th,- i tral New 1 1 t.i c ami about llb.uua a yir. wli . il.l .it ihlni thtg nxcssslvs, It was in tlTeut .. tre- Tt- left lhs iiresi dsnsv o' the Msg Haven in , .'ofo ii.g this cams the I'orrsspon datUSI tive n M ', Mellen ami .lu.lge Hall ;n isw, ut whlvb tho wltnssg rsooin- , .... led ti e purchaas of the Cei tral Mew Knglaad Judas Hall wrote thai .. was In f.i..r "f the purchase, tut the directors Messrs. Morgan and Rocks feler, had not been In fuvor. In one letter, daied May 3ft. 1M0, Mr Mellen was aphoristic on railroad ttKhts In general. He wrote that he expected to be In New York soon, He would n glad t do anything possible ami would gat in touch w ith a man In control of the situation, lie mentioned the dllBcultlsa in the way of the completion of the Cen tral New England, hut they would he overcome, "and lis the parties in control have a disposition to demorallss things, ona Mar ..r demoralisation of your busl ner.4 n mi r- prerenl greater xpenc i nete Is likely to ' than snj differ. 1,,. beta i you i,aidl:r th- i.-i e a', which the proper!) can be purchased." i Mr. Mi !" ii agreed that me rallioa I I (hOUld have been purchased long before. I Th- dilTerence In price was inconsldsr Hide , mp. ned with tie annoyance would I isaper t. huy than to fight. e..o i ... - gmi oi ine imut hii-.uio uu hi.?. ' r lante, if tiooeo, iwiwnn rnnrvwu mnanlM ars vr:. eSOenslVI and th, hesnest way. in th,- Iouk tun. i pay Something lo avert thSTO. The payment Is never equal to the loss eu euina as Hie result of a contsst " After speaklns of ths nrqulslllon of tile New Haven Bteamboal Company which. Mr Mellen ihottght, should have been acquired carllei before it grew, he added : 'Mill then you know the New Haven toad has always been prone to under ratlmats ths value f a competitor and as a result of delay in VI iy many In stances ims paid tremendous price when with n very lutb- effort the com petition iwuld have been slopped In its Inception and nt a very little sapsnse, "The road has n extreine! lortu i.ato In being so rich It could afford to pay the prices it has for .ts acquisi tions, hut is ihsrs not a limit beyond which even a property like t lie New Haven can go? And is it not wise when vou know so much depends upon the maintenance of your monopoly lo lake in what you know you musi ,vint Ually have when the opportunity offers, i veil at ii mod, r ib- advance over and above what you estimate the value of such an acquisition to beat the time?" There were mure lei lets on tin- same subject and then the court adjourned. LAWYER DIES IN HALLWAY. I'rnclured skull I. it lull Kills Thonmn I,. Watern. Thomas i, Watsrs, a broksr and lawyer, was found dead yesterday mottl ing in the hallway of I Wrsl Twenty eighth strest, whsn he occupied apart ments on the third floor, ii wat de clared at the aUtOpSJ that death was due lo .i fractursd skull. Mr. Waters WSlghtd -v" poll:., Is. and the police SS 1,,. was probabli seized with spoplsay after climbing Ihe Meps. lie at ti nih il the laimbs Clnmbol the Hudson Theatre Bunda Ight, aft. Mr. W aters Was IN Vears old Virginia. Me came to New Vork from Washington and was assoclatsd with se.eral promliunt cases. CONGRESSMAN BENNET SUED. etlon I OS KotSS for gH.SOO He la ni.i t Hne Indorsed, Willi:, m s Rennet, who sms elected t. Congrsss in lhs Twsnty-third dlalrlcl h) iboul Too votes, was aued in lhs Sn immu Court VSStsrttHy by Martin II Hermann, n an iismhi.hI claim L A. Wiiiian.. Son. :.ir .' six nrotn. ; lesnry iniien sgsoutstl on April I last, The comalatnl ullsgra thai Ihe notes wire mads by Valian i'urdnshlaii ami In-1 iloraeii i,v 1 1, liliel. TWO for 1 1 .".'1 lf,6o each wers payabht in thirty daya ami Ihe others I r 1500 SSI'll i ll'le ll Turn. fort-lh.. liftv ami iil day Tae notes ail wen! to protest ami it la illeged ti n Hsnnel fslled l pay them v. ii, n uetnail'l w as i- nu nun S'ahan Cardaahlan, a lawyer at ii i.iiu rty sivest, is oaunssl hoi's for the Turkish Government .,mt mail Commla. alonsr of t ie uttoinsti sev'tlon of the I'snamu-Pacltle Kxiwaltlou. Congress. niall-eleet Itentiet ie 111 HaVUltltah, iii. NEW PEAB0IY PANIC; 1 HURT. I'm p I nl 111111 nf MUii.it. nt" iin flr lit si JuIiu'h pAroohlul mhuol it i PeulHHl) H t'H'Hh In Un ir in: mis. I th kumUar rhildrcn of l hul Inxittuttou I hud another nonfe tiii inorntugt thh ! (Irnt tiny In nchool lnt the fulul lirft. sir, mi f!-i i pi mm frnin ;t rud tutor in I ,i room "i ' u ti'trh Hchool uullUltiH whAffl niMion( urn balni hfi'i. ihrw ihe soo t iiiitii-t'ii into a pnulo. a ruh brkumIi but only 0114 ! win hurt 1 1 1 1 1' i 1 . n- jumped from u window on (In- llril htmv i the ctiiunij .mil ll h.mi ttt have broken in- hwt I lilo.illll Ths stools Wnm HUelwtl lllioiir. iloly of .'olonlal War, io the Ktatu of New Vork iii hold ll iwenly. I-. ,l annual dlniior iiesl Tuesdny ev.o iiitig al l .i inionii o'. . The speakers alll i' the govsrnor of tin stsdsly, Major 'I m y tlatiKsvoori Hunford ; Jamss -ti Ut'.'k. PX'l'nlled siat.s Asakttant Attar w -i lein al : (.'harlas Hllehcoch Sherrlll, Minister In ih trgehllnc, ami Major John I'. Kllpfltrlok, S, il, . .1. TIlS emtio. iltee of . 1,-warils in rllgrgS Ol Hi. iiinin , are Koyal It 'i'. i:ikks, rlwlv. man; Thsodorc Roossvslt Hslli C'llvs l.i, liigagon ini Val, Hanry Ursvouri fan- mm, Frsdsrlc 11. KSUtOt' utcl Howard T. Kinptbury, I WOMAN KILLED IN SUBWAY. lager's wire rn Between car at Paltoa street. Mrs Helen B. Mitchell. 23 yearF old Of 4., Van H.ppen aenue, Jersey City, fll between two cara of a subway trail. . at the Billion street nation yesterday) nt 1:41 A. M . slid W'hm killed. BhS was the wife of a cabaret finger now In Boston. Tlnj accident blocked the line for i hour, Holes had to be chopped In 'he side of the car ar, l the whsels Jacksd up before the body , "'ill le ratrleateil. ; Mra Mitchell and her oous n. Mrs l.uli.ni nngllt, w.t.h whom Hh.- has bee' Hying Sines her huebaud went to III! the Moston eiaaRf nient. wers on UtSIT way to Jersey City from an after theni t,- supper. At Fulton street. In get. Ung out. Mr. Mitchell fell and was rolled between train and platform for thine . before the train was stopped. WINTER BATHER DROWNED. Snmael inlrd, Virnthrr of Piilnr Hears," IUIiik since Snnda Hip. Samuel flalrd. I.', years old. n real es tate dealer, of is Kast ntghttl avenue. Bockaway tark, ons of the most en-! thuslsatlc members of ttie Polar Bear Club of winter bat here at the Rock aways, s believed to have been drowneu While taklntf a dip in the surf on Sun day Yesterday his disappearance was! reported to the police. Tne police were toli that (laird left hie home on Sun, lav wearltu a btuel hatlili a suit atai a brown hath root . lit Intended to anltn for i ,,t more than half an hour, as was his oustom, t waa aid. lie was rotuUdsrsd xp,rt at ban dtlng hlnwelf in water fa.- uolder than was the ocean on Bunds y, e- his family did not become alsrmad al hie, ahssncii tor otiie time. Yesterday afternoon the told ti e poli. e ..f l is disappearance, i m I I I : fell- m l :: ill TBggBB it m wr ;r .. i m mm rTffiKaf - -- - .".. 1 I S -B '--J11 Ml S ' y s ti 'sg ; - n w d CSV I.J e ! 0ercaft Weak at fllac s ! THE biggest things to talk about in this event are the prices the goods and the service talk for them selves. They say: "This is the best thing in the direction of overcoat value that Macy's has ever done. " Why go into detail about fabrics, lining, effects, styles they're all here. We haven't stopped short of anything to pro vide everyman's overcoat at a sensible price. Prices that spell commercial efficiency, prices that really ought to come under the head of "profit sharing" because at Mac ' prices are split Suits and Overcoats $14.75 to $42.50 While we specialize in Men's Clothes ;it yv.T.s, our price nme ivm at 114.78 and reaches ?4'.so. To n under 114.75 is to o,, "cheap." and what sensible man wants that? To o over 42.8o is extravagance of another kind winch we do not rec ommend. Our Idea is that 814.75 covers most men's nmK though we ami to take care of every body, va pi PANAMA CANAL OPEN AGAIN NEXT MONTH Digging of riiHilliol in Dip Slide Arvn Shows Snti- f actora ProgTMs. PaxaMA, Nov J.- So mu progress has been made m dradjglng tin Punati . Canal at OalUard Cut that it ..- now V!: tuaily assured t .'.ere will he a chamn l itu feet w ids by it" feet deep through tile slide arta by Cie middle of Dc cembsi The drsdgss have bt in removing earl i ut , rate aUOSSdlng I.O00.00C cubic yards a month An svsragt 3.-.. I able yards dally, Tin eat al engineers ea that one favorable eign lhs ability ,,f the dreiits to malnta n thi cbanti I they cut, and that the tendency of the canal bottom to ouUe upward gradually is ragging They point out, however, that there Is probably, s month of dredging ahead be fore th waters again meet at the neck of land, which Is 804 feet aide and 4" feet aboxe the water IcvcL It It stated that while the channel will probably be open by the mlddls or December, the canal will not is In con dition f'T use, much before the llrst of t ie year. nreni-a tier Hack Trying Ksraii Irene Batsman, i ,' years old. of ?i Baat lAorty -first street, irteil to ss an I last night from toe House ol 'i,si Mhep hord, Avenue A and Klghty -ninth etrei I land si:p:esi from the flrs sscapi on th I sscond lloni to lhs stone courtyard. He I solus was fractured, she v. is taken i BeHsvua HoapHal. v m Lun m t mr mm : ih mm ? m W H i J C '-'JUL!! I ' -1 -c The Prices EDGEWATER STILL SMELLS. Hut Wft HM Hmlflpnt Smy Thry Will Kliiht lo thr Knil. v '. i ur(.i. rhatrmtn of th nU i fumr coinmlttM of the o(t Knd Kuwth ; I lAtlOQi whlrh it tryliiK U) Kbffttt the 1 ufaMIICC of ftjrno- Which n-aii'il In Isdgftfwatr fjictorlteVt rrAd hti report to he MsBWctaitlon Iumi ciKht t a mMtlni It) i h Ho:.. I A I'mc i ). i. Mr. I tu i r- nortcd that the nulwncfl contlnuM. that aTnt nilint-n'.- to thv iVnul 'mW- will b L ftOUfthl which will pi-rn.lt ClimltUll Mllti 1 :y ba brouirht Malnm the offHidlhc cor 'r.t(ui .., bill ilia thlfl Wilt t ikt- rifeial x fi! s. ami ' Kftt IflfMntlntfJ t he tiKlit tn behalf of th 't Hhh rMldrmtfl will i... kept up. "W'v V9 hltlih ur.iittt"l hp lain of ' the proposMl Hcttvlttofj i t h- Attonutj t'.fu-.-ai And ot' iha jtripu lu-aiih con." mlMlonert" all Mr ln:ryia, "Tits' Bctlvlttoa 'T our MiNcuitlotii howervr and f th. rontdeiiU of Ihe Wetl side wrltl continue unnhnted until the aurM. r; tlir dCtlintentAl iiKri in 1lltl Inattd' m . I UiryM resd from a ropori of i Hi rmimn M Hirfu?. Htu Honlth I CotntnlMtoner. who put Ihe m.tim I Muafely where l( Ik-iouk--. the rotnittH I tee Andes iff Hiuwt unite; i itrrcny ttri.t Knd cert try tne.1 ihe rotidltlone art elm from tnt etnhtelon of tiiukc, iri-Hfu. funtee nnd vapori from it itiiin phtnte faceted hi tir bo rough t.f hldgfewnter, county of Brven. Btnte nt' Nnu .1. ree) . conntttute a puhlir nut" nanct, which altectii th" comfort h-.i J f po and aleo Indirectly, if not directly, ill- w?iri: of Uf ittiii health nf a con vlderabte number of pereoun in tha i rotinty tif N'l-w Vork." I Maa)itme onri in Rerrna, VsaittxuTDM, No i, - The Ruprenic I Court lake u neneai' Monday nti I iJtit l Monday, tha Ilth inntant. the uaual j ThanRaffoK r-1 eea. are $14.75 audi $19.75 as a effect, Get your overcoat can pick your choice about any combination 914.75 or Si.T.s. MmV M-ii'i ( loi hei Mi.p, I in tigi tor 'Twixt Trousers and Shoes JtiBt enough of a man's socks may be seen to give an indication of his stand ard in dress Some French silk socks which have just come in will give the wearer of any of them the proper stand ing anywhere. Black, plain, with raised stripe effects, and single or j-cord clocking: and oine prays and colors: $2, $2.50, $3. $3.50, $4 pair. Burlington Arcade floor, New Bide $5 a Pair One of our 18 styles in men's winter shoes at $5 pair: style 91, in dull calf skin. Others in tan calfskin, patent colt skin, glazed kid skin ; for dress or busi ness wear. Of exceptional quality. SHIRTS FOR BUSINESS SHIRTS FOR THE EVE NING SHIRTS FOR GOLF n i iviiac result of merchandising ingenuity this week. You from an enormous collection in just that is "riht" this season, and pay R . H. Macy A C.'s Attract ions Ars Their Low rrie i, v. memji Ml m JLA Li I V Hsrd Squ.rs. 4ri,.U,,J4sstsl4skfc The Thoroughbred of Overcoats REDLEAF. from Lon don. Picturesque : warm; drapes inimitably ; good in any weather; will take rain or snow with unruf fled good nature, and be ready for full, fine service in the sunshine, though it be on the same day. $35. $40 and $45. Burlington Arcade iloor. New Bldg. The Aristocrats of Overcoats The Montagnac, made of the montagnac cloth which comes from Sedan. Which came, would be more cor rect; for none is coming over now. America must get along with what mon tagnac overcoats are here. Fortunately, we have a good quantity at $75 each ; lined with satin, with silk velvet collars, piped with velvet. They never go out of fashion. Burlington Arcade floor, New Bldg. The New Style in Silk Hats It is the old style, the well-balanced bell crown, the year-in-year-out Lin coln - Bennett, London style. Ready for the Horse Show and the opera; light of weight, deep lustrous silk. $8. Piccadilly. London, W. And Wanamaker's New York. The Hatterie. JOHN WANAMAKER not just for needn't wait. You SPITALFI ELDS NECKTIES GLOVES WALKING STICKS SILK DRESS MUFFLERS Have You Forgotten? Were there not days in the summer when skies were blue and links were green, and ladies were fair, and somebody lined out a corking drive, and you flubbed. Were there not sliced irons, topped approaches, missed putts, which put you out of the running in a match? How much would you have given not to have made some of your mis takes at golf? The John Wanama.ker Golf School corrects faults ; puts a man on his game his ovn game and makes it possi ble for him to get greater enjoyment and satisfac tion out of it. Begin now to get ready for your next season. 8 top-hole instructors. Lockers, showers, clubs. Sixth Gallery, New Building. Does your train of thought run to overcoats? Rnopru Pppr's firt stnnl D s--v ' .....v All out for smart, service able Winter overcoats. CL l- . r i . ouapciy coats 101 arc. wear. Smart loose Raglans ft sporting and business wear Motor coats - bit; tun roomy. Does your job keep you on your feet all day? Then you want our "Cushion" shoes. Built specially for chronic standees. Black kid, $5.50. We specialize in underwear- specially union :-uits. Rogers peet Companv Broadway et 13th St. Arrow Collar mONT PITS CHAVAT KOf ravCCTLV. a for M CtOfTT. SIABOOY 4 CO . MM., Brosdy "Tha et 34th St, I Four i Broadwsy Uorners" Fifth Av, t Wsrren l Slit St, III