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MORE TAKE HAND IN
EPISCOPAL DISPUTE
George "Wharton Pepper Ar
gues Mission Board Can
Legally Do as It Pli'rises.
BISHOP WILLIAMS HI sY
GOWN FOR UNIVERSAL
WEAR ON VIEW AT LAST
Wtete were two ppoin.lt.i iit KplauoBB
Hans at the Church Missions HOUM yes
terday who refused to tlBMBN UM Kpls
eeeal controversy about th PtMfM
otngTft and th c'.iareys ma.l,; i t MM
Oathollo luncheon on Tuesday t fOTTfttt
Hlehoo U. Mott Williams of Marquette,
Mich., that telegnimi, from plOlnlnenl
nUhope had been u:vpntw1 by UN -retarles
of the Hoanl .it MkWtoM But
everybody elw wa nnxiotie to talk
One of the two wan BlHliop lwi'nee
ef Maesachusi'ttH. who bbM he WM not
talking but pawing w.jod, iiml the other
waa the Rev. .1. Thompson role of Phila
delphia, who Mid h need to think pur
tie In the Kplecopal C'liur.-h w.iuld 0O1M
to an end, but thai a ha r oMW bo
knew their squabbles cro Interminable,
Evcn'x yewteislur matting; tc cob
trovers-, weie a statement ffOW Bishop
WlttlMM, who was MM of UM B( who
reeli..vi from MM Board of Mum otii
on Oct. bur 2 bBCAUM the bOBPd ..
pointed delegates to the PMMM CWl
ma for fhrtetian Works, to ! hM
tn February, and statement fro'ii the I
Rev. Franklin J. CI irk, MM "f I'M secre
taries of the ImarX H.fliop William
and four aeaoolatea opposed i.dli.g dc'.v
(f.it.'M to the uongreae beceMiea thvy fell
that lu.nm Job ti ...,.- b; t
Moman CalhoMoj .it .1 Orthodox Ureek
Ce-thoU.- nany oomniunlcaiite will be
Uenated from the Kplecopnl church.
Biehop wiiiiamVe statement wag
Iecunsloo of the ehuroh law 'n relation
to the board'a appoint r n tit. The Hlxh..;.
oontenda that the board le the i-re'itur
of the Episcopal Church, and that oelng
an Kent Itielf, It cannot legally tnin.
mlt Ita work to another agency. He
aye :
"It la not a queetlon Of pertle-, I'ath
11c or Protestant It In a quee'.lon of
lee dignified policies : whether a cren
ture of the general convention of the
Church can win unttr..iite.i powers by
Imply usurping them. The act of the
board, lochia unoonatltutlonal, u ti. ad
and bltt'ld nobody."
With tl.e statement Bishop William
made public oorreepondence between
himself and 'leorp Wharton Popper of
I'hlladelphla, a ler, who hold! Ml
opposite - iew. Mr. Pepper i.rttues that
the Board of Mission Is oorporatlon
and as 'i.-li can ,!o legally almoet every
thing IU charter i-rmit-. what her the
Bposoopel Church appro vm of it or not
Tiie Rev, Mr Clark, refcrrin,' to
BtahOP vVlllletBS'S cnarpre th.it tele
a.an, ,.lut the oonBYeeg from Bishop
Knitht of Panama ami othera had bOM
H'lppree.-co. -aid he had oeen prepared
to read then: at the October IR meeting
and had tnetn In hi band, but that no
body Wanted them read.
et Monday the Churchmen I ABSO
elation will meat lienind cloMd doom
Thll ll the organization of the low
church men, ami Iilhoi Klnaolvlng of
Draall wll! b the 'nicker. He in a
delegate to the congTows and it It likely
that he and Others will nave much to any
g.iln-i the opposition to the congr-s.
Jlll church men have been Invited, to
tila lunchaol and many of them will
attend.
The Calholl club. MprMtnUkUVt of
the i.ikh ehureh o.en. haw namad h ootn
fie. to laauaio ih- public a itatamant
-'t,i, forth the Catholic ohii.'e vtewd
70.0CO GIR1S MAY STRIKE.
Iklneibl MiiUer Ml Over I oaa-
try lo llemnnd llluher M'aaea.
A jeneral atatemenl explalr.ir.k pfM-J-eUona
fo .. national atrlke of TO.Oofl
Mbirtwotet makari und pradlctlrva 'he
alii..'; of ia- vtrtk about the Brat of t'ae
:.ai' was ivu-i yeeterday by Solomon
Salikne n. prealdant of lcal as of the
Idl WaMl and Uraaa Makri ..f tin
Intamatlonal LmIim iJarmeni worker
Union. Maat. meetl .icr. are being held.
It aaya. In all th principal karment
man ufa iturlng oantrea of tin- ountr
nil a largo RMMtlMJ will lie held to
Ontiper I'nlon on December 17,
Higher WMMa mi Um demand on which
cue glrlk will be calked out. according !
the eta t em en t
"We are Ml only aekl'.fr f..r the eMtkM
that preValled two years ago," It con
tinue. ' 'out for higher tiii glnoa Um
plotocol for t tile trade UM U-en In force
oondltloni itavo been ft'ottlni wore and
all the time."
in i mm mm
in- n
1 1 A 1
VILLAGE BOHEMIANS
ELATED BY RAIDING
Ureenwioh Stndlo DWvllfJFI
Have Official Assurance
"Life Is Life.'
Dwellers In the studloa and narretn of
Greenwich Village tlait "oaf Is of per
manence In u desert of chanke" which
has lon been the mecm of artleta,
i verbnl, muilral and pictorial are Jubi
lant to-day that their habitat's t epula-
I Hon aa the heart of naughty bohemlnn-
lam haa heen mslalned by city orrirlsla.
"Hlity," the iray and tumultunua restau
rant at DO Washington Hiiuare IDouth,
which haa for alx riotous weeks been the
scene of gayety a ll Parla, has been
I aided by the police.
The proprietor of ti.e PaMMSVUM and
two of the welters who worked there
do not ahare the Joy Of the vlllngers
Being plain souls who visit the land of
light wine and lluhter hearts foe com
mercial reneona only, they can eee no
reason for rejoicing over the fact that
they are under street on the charge of
selling liquor without a license. Nor
was their unreasonable gloom dissipated
yesterday when Magistrate Appleton In
the Jefrerson Market court held them un
der il.OOv ball each for further trial
to-morrow.
Both of the waiters, David Ilenberg of
11 Norfolk street and George Mahltts
of the same addreaa, said they did not
know that their employer. Louie Hol
laday, who gave hie occupation as a cook
lnd his eddreis aa the Hotel Preston,
was selling liquor without a license.
Detectives John Hnnley and Dennis
O'Hnnlon, who gained admittance to the
sanctum sanctorum of the Omarlans by
"dolling up" In evening clothes and ar
riving at the cafe In limousines after
the manner of its guests, told the court
that although there waa no bar a cabinet
on the wall contained many bottles of
fine wines nnd liquors. They also told
Magistrate Appleton other things which
will not help convict the accused men,
but which did Interest spectators.
Among these things were descriptions
of paintings of woodland nymphs clothed
In pleasant smiles which adorned the
blue, yellow and orange walls of the
tnnet ehrlm of the worahlnpers of Bac
OhUS nnd Terpsichore.
r
JOHN WANAMAKER SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER
Victrola Outfits Include Records
BUT ONLY IF PURCHASKD IN DECEMBER a- explained Mov
jjPMM pT" H. "act A Ce.'s HrttMeni Are THeW Lew Prices S
ll MJJI. ...... - ... Swj, Mat itoeetfe St 19 j
e
Thotoj ig) Wr i7e otn;avoc4C uNPtn. ooo
'"t'v rUclit by ITfldtrwood & LTntl-n-o-e-e
TWO VIEWS OF THE POLYMURIEL GOWN.
HPO left, the (own is shown complete, suitable for afternoon or eve-
ninjr wear. To the ritclit, the panels of the gown have heen re
moved, the lielt has been brought down to the waist line, and the drop
skirt hns lieen removed, showing pantalettes edfred with fur.
The Pulytuurlel CotntnltMe, which an.
.ounce1, last KUminef that It had dl
Bovered .. unlveraal gown for women. In
hlcll Ihey inlKht to btteilMM rr w;i'..
Jlshes, atteinl t'.cmal luncheons or the
opera, .mil all without any more trouble
in changing garments than lay In un
booklng a fee hooka or unfolding a few
foUtti haa put Ita discovery before the
public rye for approval.
Ti.e gown Is the dealgn of Miss Jessie
11 .set. field. twcnty-yeur-oll designer,
who won the (110 prise offered bj the
rommlttee in competition with more than
3. others wi hid Ideas as to what
it drees of the sort shoutd look like.
The novelty of the polymnrlel gown
II ; reversibility. The under
natfe lit two pieces, oter.:nK
lies In
purt la
down the front to the waist line. In order
thut it may Is- donned conveniently.
T!c smooklng allows for fulness over
tin hurt. Yoke, panel, belt and tunic
an made In 'tie piece, detachable for
the purpose of reversing. The plain
side. Helped by an attractive collar and
cuffv Is suitable for business west'.
The kaleidoscopic o,ua!H of the gown,
which make- It suitable for evenltic and
other wvur. Is obtained by shifting the
waist M UP almost to the armpits or
down tO the IHps. removing the lower
par ..I' the s!i e-, deleting the panels
and the drop skirt, as well by other
device-.
YALE FACULTY BAN ON
WOMAN ROLES HOOTED
I iiilcrffratliiHfcs Paper l ulls
Ruling Rldlculoai mui
Eipltlm Why.
U. O. I, t'omnilttrr Meets lo-nlabi
At i eg..'...r monthly meeting of the
Republican county committee tonight I".
Bryant Hall, elxtli avenue rcVir Korty-
ttcond street, United States senator
William Aide. i Umitli of Mlehlgai win
deliver an Informal addreaa. Resolu
tions will be i dopted on 'he death ..:
CdL A'orah.im i iruia r, who was a mem
ber ..f tbu committee.
New Havkn, Dec. 13. In a sharp
criticism of the members of the Vale
faculty for passi.ig a rule agaltMt under
ITaduates playing feminine nsrts In
to) legs dramatics th Vile .nu-, repre
aentlni undergraduate ..pinion, has jast
publlahed the followlne
'It b not surprising that the new
faeulty rule prohibiting studenjs from
taking femirlne roles It, the productions
of thi Dramatic Association for more
than ot e year should m et with little
sympathy at other colleges, it has met
With little sympathy in the university.
The comment of several students and
members of the faculty at Columbia,
Brown, New York. Harvard and VVash
t.gton universities, publlshfd In New
York papers recently, shows, them all ln
i lined to ridicule the Idea that female
Impersonators in college dramatics are
m danger of becoming effeminate. In
our opinion the idea Is too preposterous
to treat In any other way. It Is capital
material for the Record. We offer tiw
following, copyrights r. verved:
"first Stude: 'What makes BUI so
snobbish tnese d..iys''
til gtude: "Oh, he took the part
of Prince 1 gnats in the ChrMtmas play '
"Or, to vary the theme;
She: "You know I can't understand
Henry at all any more 1 as.i. J him for
some Itmocade at the Ijtwn Club the
other night and I.e made the funniest
low and said: "Yes. Milady."
"Roommate: 'That's nothing. Fvery
lllght I come home lie takes off my hat
and .vat and hangs th :n up for me. lie
shines in)- slioes, presses my clothes '
"Siie : 'Oh, I see. You're Initiating
htm Into something,'
"Roommate: 'Wrong agslt, Mabel
He wsj the butler In the Christmas play '
'However. It is not go much the -.rlr -
otpls of the faculty! action wblcl has
. aue i raientmenl as tt is the way they
have arrled it out. what ought to be
an exception they have made w hard
,ii..' fast rule."
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ATLANTA,
WHITBY,
2H in. high
l'i In. high
2 for 28
Cfaett. feabody A Co.. las. Idaksee
$3.00 '3.50 s4.00 $4.50 & s5.00 SHOES
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
VALUE GUARANTEED
For 32 years W. L. Douglas name has stood for shoes
of the highest standard of quality for the price. His
name and the retail price stamped on the bottom guar
antees full value and protects the wearer against high
prices for inferior shoes. They are the best known
shoes in the world.
W. L. Douglas shoes are made of the most carefully
selected leathers, after the latest models, in a well-equipped
factory at Brockton, Mass., under the direction and per
sonal inspection of a most perfect organization and
the highest paid skilled shoemakers; all working
with an honest determination to make the best
shoes in the world.
W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
SHOES are just as good for style, fit and
wear as other makes costing to to $8, the
only perceptible difference u the price.
W. L DOUGLAS $3.00 and $3.50
SHOES hold their shape, fit better
and wear longer than other makes
for the price.
None genuine unless W. L Douglas
name and the retail price is stamped
on the bottom.
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AND WOMEN
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PUT TO WORK PfOO
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8 Nassau Street.
758 Broadway, ror. Bth St.
-511 Broadway, near 14th St.
1853 Broadway, cor. 86th Street.
lS? 5lr?'J,Ta7 TiK Square).
084 Th 14 Avenue.
14M Tbled Avenue.
K.202 Third. At., ror. 120ta Street
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SUBSTITUTES
DOUGLAS STORES IN GREATER NEW YORK t
2779 Third Av.. bet 146th A uTtsSts I BROOKLYN
347 Klshth Avenue. 121 Kiilton Street, ror. Pearl.
West 12.1th Street. 708-710 Broedwav. ror. Thorntos
CITY -IS Newark Ave. naf nH. u. ri.t a ... .
478 Fifth Avenue, ror. 11th Street.
880 Manhattan Avenue.
MTY - IS Newark Ave. I
ION HILL-276BeraenllBeAv.
S31 Broad Street.
JERSEY
UNION H
NKWARK SJi
PATERSON-192 Market Street.
TRENTON-IOI K.Stat St.6M.BrM4 1770 Pitkin Avenue.
MT W. L. Osiswnn 9W.wm. 9.QW mm 9. Mm
We Urge You tn Shop Early--We Continue the
Policy Established 17 Years Ago of Closing the
Siore at 6 P. .If.
The
"20th Century Limited"
of Modem Store Keeping
THE ESC ALA TORS
THE most comfortable, convenient and
thoroughly safe method of transporta
tion from floor to floor that human ingenuity
has devised.
The Escalators are being put to the test
this Christinas season as never before. They
are operating up to full capacity without a
hitch. 100 happy, good-natured, enthusiastic
Macy patrons a minute, 6.000 an hour.
When you enter Macy's go direct to the
Escalators for your journey from floor to floor.
How to SHOP in
Comfort AT MACY'S
Please keep to the right going in and out. Use
any of the five other convenient entrances besides
those of the Arcade at 34th Street and Broadway.
In asking for directions please state specifically
just what you want. Otherwise there is a reasonable
possibility of being misunderstood and, perhaps, mis
directed. Say: "Leather Handbags," or "Suitcases,"
or "Leather Belts," instead of just "Leather Goods."
In order to avoid the inconvenience of having
your purchase sent to a wrong address owing to a
misunderstanding ask the salesperson to show you
the address ticket after writing your name and address.
When You Order C. 0. D.
Occasionally, when you order goods sent C. O. D.
they arrive during your absence and must be returned
to the store. We are anxious to avoid this inconvenience
and possible disappointment to you, but need your
co-operation to do so. If you can arrange to have the
goods received during your absence, or will notify our
salesperson if you will not be at home the day of the
purchase or the next day, the annoyance of having
missed the delivery will be spared you.
Shop on a Blue Transfer. No waits for goods
or change. Make your purchase and leave for the
next counter. Then find all your parcels in one con
venient package at the Superintendent's Desk (Centre
of Main Floor) and make one payment for all.
We estimate that about two-thirds of the day's
business in all large stores is done after two o'clock.
This means that from nine to two (five hours) over
one-half of the business day only one-third of the
day's sales is made.
Herein lies a hint for those who would shop more
leisurely and with greater comfort :
if
Shop Before 2 o'Clock
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I ' Victrola XVI. electric, $251) '! '. SjaS' Victrolas, $15 to $3S0 '
S5I I W ' ' I ft':
Si
1 1 III HOW
J f DONE
El lliL
en
I
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Will There Be a Victrola in
Your Home This Christmas ?
It Is So Easily Arranged at WANAMAKER'S
do to Our Victrola Section New Building. It is on the First Gallery sdimninj.
the Auditorium. Twenty private rooms for our patrons. Plenty of sslf -.men
ask any to demonstrate.
The assortment Includes all models with great stocks back of them. Mok
your selection get the best you can afford. The price is the least consideration
as you need not pay the whole amount at once.
$.1 down and a like amount monthly and either the $59, the $75 or the Mofl Wtrf.! ,
comes into your home.
$10 to be paid each month buys the best the one in the picture.
I lther Purchase Entitles You during December only, to Victor Reeordl totlc-
value ol your first payment. In simple words, nuy the Virtrola pay $10 down
and take it in records and the $200 Victrola can be paid off In twenty montl
payments of $10 each first payment being due in January. 1916
JOHN WANAMAKER
Broadway at Ninth Street (Astor Place), New York
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CLOTHING, HATa
BrowningWKing & Co
AM9 rUIUUSHlMGe
Ten Days to Christmas
And here is a Store full of the most at
tractive things for Gifts for Men and
Boys. They're the sort of things, too,
that they really want.
From 50c to $50 is a range of prices
within which there is surely some
thing for the one you want to re
member. Perhaps these hints will
help you:
Now that Wintt ,
upon
us
Scarf Pin-.
Cuff Link.
Link & Studs
Handkerchiefs
SupctHicr,
Fancy Hall Ho
Muffleri
(Hove
Shirts Neckwe.ir
Fancy Veitl
50C to $3.50
50c i
S3 .00 to
S1..-.0 tc
initial )
:0c n
Full Oro-
Vesta tS.OO tot7.5Q
$3.50 Sweaters $3.50 to $7.50
$7.50 I Sni'kini Iru'kets
$3.00 $5.00 to $20.00
Bath Rob,-: $:j.",0 i , i $25.00
$2.50 Paiamai 11.15 to $7.50
25c to $1.50 j Canes an.i Umbrella,
$1.00 to $7.50! 11.00 to 18.50
11.00 to 16.50 1 Hand Bag
$1.50 to $6.00 j Suit Cases
50c to $5.00 Sack Suits
$3.50 to $7.50 Overcoats
$5.50 to $15.00
$5.50 to $10.00
$15.00 to $40.00
$15.00 t.. $50.00
Don't put off your Christmas Shopping; lei
surely selections are best; store conditions
now are most comfortable and purchases
made now will be delivered when you direct.
And we are just as ready for the eleventh -hour
shopper or the hurry call.
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Broadway near ,12nd Street.
Cooper Square at Mh St. Fulton St., Brooklyn.
11 'tr) Winter overrent
Coats for ronservat'.vc
elderly men and coats :nr
youths and men of youthful
tastes.
Raglan shouldered mats
'"double-texture" fabrics,
"Scotch Mists" (t? ) ii
heavy weights, chinchillas,
beavers -every pood sort of
Winter overcoat.
All-wool fabrics fast color
dyes same high standards
we've always maintained.
Givehim a Bilky Christmas,
Silk hats, silk scarfs, silk
mufflers, silk shirts, silk
hosiery, silk handkerchiefs,
silk umbrellas, silk dressing
gowns, silk underwear, silk
pajamas, silk lined ijlove.
silk suspenders and garters,
silk cigar and cigarct I ci ses,
Rogers PBBT Compa v
H ..
it
Orealett Men' Furnilting Store
Christmas Gilts Cut Price
Mum,',.. Neckwear, tin.
Milio Il. -!.. Bathrnbri
JLigil
4
Cape Gloves
98c pair
Refeierh Sl.so
Wsihsble Glofei
$1. S
l.rajr Mo, hi Gletet
1. ii
Lined Glevei
!.Hr le S6.50
Rich Nerkwear, 49c -65c 8c
Auto MufHtr.. 5 k, $1.00 & $1.50
Sweaterr, $2.98 to $ . 0
Lined G oves, 9Kc, $1.5 1 & $2.0t
Bath Kcbes, $2.9, $3.98, $4.98
Smoking Jackets, $4.91
Hat Department
I Banement Floor i
; ' No Big Rent
f t. IS nr.
oon nits, 9i.9v
Derbys, $1.90 t
Regular $2.50 and $j.to Values
Nothing Fqual to Them E. sew he re
Style. Up-ts-lhe-Minutt
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NEW KUKK'S
PRIVATE
schools
kUMM Meat i-.mi Ave, Tel UoT. MM
iau i .( er .,. uetober i ioiJ
Ouulmir eSlWlsas I 10 I" 4 all n.nwir
.AMII Ili iNshit IK KOM duVI
vj Weal Kad Asa, Tel. ns,,j Hi,
pLUiliK PHKI'AIUnolt.
MIS l ,'r lie Tin, s,.p, ,,,,,,
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we Bee ae iud iur lieri undr, ii
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IHT .... Vi ..uhs: Training foi'hom.
t. Dressmaking, a, -1 , in .. u,
n,-r. ,-n.wii, acoaunts Ts .,M)
Till.; HAKNAKIl Nl lllMII. OK (.IKlT
klndsrgsrten io Coii. oSa,iVtasT
p,,ji,ik Colleges Urniiissluir, and tu.
nla. C'atsloitus. 4L'3 Wsst Mltta sirJet"
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lln l,Tarl,'n, I 1. i.v iimi, s. hn ii
nd Causes Prep. Rove1 Rli menlarr uept
llMII ION INSIIII pjU im-..
(0th Bt. Hlwni.i,, Drlys. Tel agaSnfi.
' OUegs (Vrtiiimtw,. Domtsilr s, ,, .
K, wiilsr A si. ii Pourses.lrgf I mnas'ui
kitiH oluSc i in, i aTPTZIS in t
W al'.NOAl. itATKBJ ON III (,l ,
tut. bciioui.. rdCLr.UK anituauV
si hkai . . hi n. . pfrrr
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at 1 Jili St,
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at Wairn.
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