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fr r liftJjEvJWt. THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,, 1917' ROOSEVELT HELPS SUFFS CELEBRATE Gov. Whitman Also Speaks at, Fcstivnl Mooting in Opera House. 810.000 DKFICtT ChKAltKI) Colonel sniri Makes IMea for l'as of Federal Suffrage Amendment. vicTonv. NMJW VOHK, 191". L. J,, Men'n tongue for Woman Suf frage, tn the end the amount gathered went neveral thousands beyond tlio deficit. The iwrplus will be used In tin education of Mlm Voter, In the little speech with which ufler muMc by thf 8eventy-flrnt HeRlinenl band Mrs. Wliltohouce oiiened the meeting xho answered the quentlon o often uxkeri Hlnce November 7 what did It? And fhe did not Rive the credit to the pro-Ocrniaiis, who, the nulla Hay, did It: nor to the Socialists, who say they helped m much : nor even to the President of the flitted States or the (Sovcrnor of N'tw York or the vent of the public men who hnve supported the causo ; nor even to the ruffriiite workers of the campaign That Is. she did not Klvf the chief credit to them, but In wtcad Hhe kiivc It to the pioneers, ttuwti It. Anthony and Kllaabeth Cady Stanton and the others, who worked for suf frage when It was really a sacrifice to do It ; and she ended with a graceful tribute to that seventy-year-old pio neer I)r..Khaw, who sat beside her. Mrs. Whltehouso Intioduced Uov. Whitman as a man who was "51 bad nrotihet. but a Rood friend." He didn't believe the kuITk could win this time. The , Oovcrnor. addrei-sInK the audience as trMn..H. ........... ntul falLm mnrlfiu n U " ' li'liun ...... ...... ...... . .v SUFF HATCHETS OUT FOR TWO SENATORS C'oiif fuurd from First Page. vantage of America's, but for democracy for the right of those who govern to have a voice In their own government. We may in the same manner take our force' to Washington and there fight peacefully for democracy, tor the rights of women who submit to authority In other States to have a voice III their government. This Is our first and our jreatest duty." Hut that thero Is no danger that the 1, 000,000 and more women In the New York State Woman Suffrage party will follow Ilia niethjds nf tile pickets was made evident by another portion of the i lull man's speech, In which sho empha sized her opposition to tlitwe. methods. 1'iesdent Wilson and members of hla Administration she declared, had eon-ti-llmtp.l frr.itiv lo Hie success of No- llio State of vemln-i-. but she exptrmicd dissatisfaction HYLAN WILL FORCE B.R.T. TO HEAT CARS Mayor-elect, Threatens to Oust P. S. C. by Legislative Enactment. BAPS KKSEAHCH IM'HKAtJ Charges It Is n Rockefeller In stitution nud a Menace to the City. active In city affairs for the past twenty reau of Municipal Research are T. years, and I might say that ms eany w;ii:iier, activities were beneficial, so far as I can 1 list of contributions submitted to tho learn. But from tho tlmo his family, VVnlsh Industrial Commission two years represented by W. Hayard Cutting, his ago, contributed $12...O0O: I fank A. brother, obtained n payment of 14.066.490 I Vanderl p. head of the llockefeller Na- Manv times In the last two years those worils have looked down upon the puf ..ui,i nf the Empire State at their mretliiBS. the symbol and expression of rittrrinlnatlon and hope. Last nlglit. otit .ne,l in Klowlng electric letters ninny feet hlah acalnst a blue cuitaln at the hack "t the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House, they blionc. the emblem nf a ions, haul effort brought to a suc ff!(fiil end. upon an audience such ax probably m-er gathered to celebrate a juffiaKe lctnry befffrc. It tilled the great house, that audience. er.v i-'.it and cvry box. nnd as much of the ipace at the back as the authorities would permit standees to use. It wasn't brilliant an uidlencc, perhaps, as as .siinlilerl to hear Caruso and the rest of tlie opera stars. tor there weren't as many diamonds arM pearls in the horse hoe circle. Hut there were plenty nf prelt) dresses, blue and pink and white and lavender and green, mingled with llie sober attire of the men who came to rejoice with their new fellow citizens. And In the faces that lit up with re ioiie to the words of Uov. Whitman. Theodore Koosevelt, Dr. Anna Howard Shaw and the rest of the true and tried mffrnglsts who spoke, there was some thins which never could have'been seen Ihere before, not even on the most (Milling of musical nights. U was, as Dr fhaw alil. the light that is in the (ace ot those who dwell In a true de mocracy, whero all the people, men and omen. have avolce In the Government under which they live. I'rrslilrH. beunn by congratulntln New York upon the "very wholesome, ( ,vlM t1P Hcpubllcuns of New York State, very Intelligent, eiy patriotic addlHon ..yc t.outeci upon at least no to the electorate of this State." onnosltlon from the party which had In dorsed woman suffraKC." she said, "but . Voters t' nfrtlcrrd. lie hinde one addition to Mrs. White house's estimate of the causes of suc cess. "I ruber thought," he said, "that It was the men of New York who carried the must aerlous opposition wo met In the entile campaign was from the lead ers of th's .party. "Our Republican Oovcrnor had spoken out of the city of New York In March. 1D0S, for a strip of water front neiwceu Twenty-eighth and Thirty-sixth streets, South ttrooklyn, and an additional sum nf 7ri0,00fl for the property of the South Brooklyn Kerry Company, which was owned by the Cutting family, his Inter ests and his activities teem to have been adverse to tho city." Regarding he bureau Itself Judge Hylan states 'that It has caused the civil service law to bo violated with Impunity, has favored Its barkers wherever the Interests of backer and city crossed and has winked at the so-called land deals, We-st Side "grab" and various fusion extravagances. - In. the course of these charges, largciv repetition of those Iterated and reiterated during the campaign, Judge Hylan asks: "Why did not the bureau prevent tho Eouglmj of the city by the Morgan. Kulm-I.oeli banning .syndicate in tne tlonal City Hank; Francis Undo Stet son. counsel for J. P. Morsan. who' ob talnel a $50,000 fee under tho dual subway contracts out of the city treas ury after O. K.'lng the Intcrborough mortgage : the Title Ouarantec nnd Trust Company, which Is a largo stock holder lit the Itealty Associates, whose officers are ofllcers and directors of the ttc.iy Associates; Oeorgo W. I'er klns. who Is a business associate of Rockefelfer, Morgan and Baker In the Steel trust, Hnrveslcr Trust nnd other large .properties! Albert O! Mllbank, director and counsel for the Horden Milk Company : Oeorge P. Baker, Oeorge II. Cortelyou, president of the Consolidated Oas Company. "These, nnd many others arc contribu tors to the bureau. They have had large business dealing with tho city and all of them were repudiated at. the last election. The people have given their answer both with regard to the con tinuation of Rockefeller government in New York and tho activities of the Rockefeller llureau of search In city affairs, Th derisive." The Judge flared out at the I'ubllc Service Commission with a threat to have every member ousted that followed tho receipt of a letter from Chairman Straus. After expressing regret that tile Judge was unable to attend the public hearing on Monday because his Invitation u letter from the commls flon arrived too late, Chairman Straus stated that the B. R. T. plan for heatlnn merely means a different method "dur ing peak (rush) hours." "The commission will permit an ex perimental test of the plan, pending re sumption of the hearing on December 4," the letter goes on to say, "I think you will agree with mo that If a pro vision can be made by which a large, amount of coal can be saved by any Municipal Re- practical plan without detriment to tho 'tint answer Is travelling public this should be done." ' Tho Hylan headquarters, CO East forty-second street, were crowded yes terday afternoon, and not a few of the visitors were women. The Mayor-elect's wife and his daughter, Miss Virginia Hylan, were on hand too. They seemed to be on good terms with the women ami undoubtedly rendered tho Judge valuable tisslstanco In handling this new variety of Job hunter. The present members of the fubtlc Service Commission for tills, the First District, must compel the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company to maintain In Its cars a minimum temperature of 40 degrees or be oust ncimeiu n .Mayor-ciec ..,. "" Mlll)k..u, Rc9carc, Did the bureau way. That ultimatum wns laid (town in fan ,( cllfcVt tnp aI1d grnbs because a statement yesterday. In which Judge I Clarence II. Kelrey. president of the Title ounranteo and Trust uonipai. 100,000,000 loan, and why has not this I Bureau of Municipal Research done a 1 single thing to prevent the Mltchel ad- ministration from raiding the Civil Ser vice?" I Continuing Judge 'Hylan pays: "The I sted by legislative cn- i Morgan firm and the Kuhn-I.oeb firm are .i. it.-ij.. i.n tils large contributors to the Bureau of I r-clect Hjlan has ins i t,A.i, ni,i ih- wrmi Hylan said ' If the Public c..i -,r,,iinn I ,ltl1 companies and Realty that amendment. But what matter who Ward, the Ik-publican leadervof West- wins the praise as long as tho work Is done?" Oov. Whitman declaied emphatically that no party, no man of any patty, hail any claim upon the new voters of this commonwealth, "But we hav- a light," he said, after paylirj attribute to the splendid woik the women have done for military pre- parednei-s and the war, "we have a ilg.it to ask M'U to fulfil the claim th's State Aauntntnv rl I rnrt nt-a nr. Mtlt Hhtl tors to for us once at Saratoga, William I-I does not see to it that the cars are j.he bureau? "A Klauce at the llt of contributors will show why the Bureau of Municipal j uespnrcii ctinuoi ient- (iuijiic imicic.t. The director of the bureau, K P. tlood- i rich, was. responsible for the closed Chester county, gave us active support ; Major Herbert Parsons. Republican Na tional Committeeman from New York, gave us what support he could In view of the I mitation plated upon his political activities by his uilltlary position. "A neck before election, after It had become apparent that we were meeting with Republican opposition, Mrs. Ogdcn Mills lleiil and I requested the chairman of the Renubl run State committee to has upon sou. T believe the women will 'write to the Republican chairmen and State committee members to remind them of their party's Indorsement of sulTr.ine. Ho objected at Hist because he said that William t.. Ward was the heated during the winter months I shall ask the people and the civic assocla tions lo go 'to the legislature and de mar.d that they fie ousted Judge Hylan also declaied war on the specifications on wood block . pavinw In Bureau of Municipal Research as a 1 the Borough of Manhattan, under which Mr. Chllds Is enabled to make vat profits out of the city. He was Cim nilssioner of Public Works of the itocseiener iiinwiuiivn uu.i n. ,,.-..... . j the city. His attack In this aase was contained In two. statements, the first I restating and amplifying charges fre-I horjugh foi ecral jears. qiently madelurlng the campaign anil criticising theiureau for falling to stop I the expenditure by the fusion adminis tration of "millions of dollars In land deals." The second statement. Issued, late In "Among the conrtlbutors to the Bu- vote for the be.it men- not for the men who hava supported Woman sllfl'iage Just becaue they support d it If I believed women would vote against men because they did not support suffrage 0!ly meiber of tho Republican lommlt-1 the afternoon, took the form of an or iur men mr uu inner insun iiinii was )mt opposed to SUnragC. that they had supported It I would never iowecr. he consented to write as an have given their amendment my vole." jtta I v Idtt.i 1 and not as State chairman. Tills won scant applause, for It didn't . , .,.,u,,. ietlel. was unofficial it square nt all with tho policy of tlie mc i..,., i)M. 0f value to us If It had reached' Its recip'ents more than a few VI-. Whltehnnsf- Fojr great flags were draped over the .,irs nnnn which rat the members of ih hoard of the National' American I a suffra-jlst. Woman Suffrage Association, the olllceis I rues I'cilfrnl nf the New York Stale Woman Suffrage ..,,, , , .u. xt... v,b rs..- Wnm,.,. The Colonel made pari , i'i in. . . SuffraKe . party and leaders frrnn up- New York State Woman Suffrage party as announced at the afternoon session of the convention. All the suffs Jumpe-J to their feet when Col, Roosevelt advanced, and the band plajcd something It sounded Ifke "Koi ne's a Jolly tlood Fellow," but there was such a roar of applause you couldn't tell. Then "Onward, C'lilstlan Soldiers" rose above tlie Joyous din and cveryoody started ringing, the Colonel leading He bcKau his speech by assuring his "fcl- luw I'llivim ill. ii lit- rtn :t . ai.'u 1 clan wasn 1 one m mose men miiu wiuu-i 1111 a'fter November to discover hours before election, "In Rochester an anti-suffrage poster was dlsplaved 111 Republican headquar ters In 'f.lvingstou county. Oenesee. Seneca, Wayne and Yates Republican op position was open. So In Albany In fact, In every county where we failed to cirry we may attribute our failure to hostility of the Republican leaders er lamely." Next to downing untl-suffrage polltl- Mrs. Whltehouse declared that tne oinan educate 7. , .,1,' I clans. Mrs. Whltehouse declared that o wait el till ' ,mlRtll of the Npw York State Wo that ne was ; PufrnlKl. ,,lirl. wl)1 ,lsP,i t0 P(i P'ate who have come for the conven tion of the State party. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, the 11a ilonal president; Miss Ksther Ogdcn, Mrs. Henry Wade Rogers, Miss Harriet May Mills. MNs Mary Dreler. Mi Mary riarrett Hay. Mr. and Mrs. James l.ees I.aldlaw. Mrs. John Blair, Mrs. Ogden Mills Held. Miss Katherlne D. Blake. tr Frank Shuler there the.v and many others who have helpdl to win ih.v victory at in a happy ring on tlie taef. where Cnn.ien and .W and .milje and Hicfifrird have fiung and pnMsl for the pleasure of music loving New Yoik. In 11 great chair ill the centre sat Mis. Norman He R. Whltehotis-e, the Slate chairman, looking such a tiny fhurc to have led such a huge movement tn ucces. On her right was Gov. Whit Tan and on her left tr. Shaw, with pii empty chair during the tirst of the vrosrammc between That was Col. noosevclt's chair and Ju--t at the end of ihe Governors speech he came, to be cieeted with volleys of applause. He ua" In time to see the State suffs for the but time In their career pcrfoini their well known stunt of raising money. The campaign of l'.'l? cost about ICU.000 far less. Mrs. Whltehouse re marked, than any political campaign of anv magnitude was waged upon and tt had all been paid up but $10,000. Till? Mrs. Raymond Brown, chairman of organization, i-et out to raise last nleht, while the treasurer, .Mrs. Held, at with poi'ed pencil behind her to take Ihe tlgures. She huiln't talked ten seconds before a man's voice came doivn from a box. It was the husband of the State chairman. "Five hundred dollars." he aid. Jam." I.ees Ijiiillaw, husband of the chairman of Congressional woik, fol lowed Mr. Whltehouse. "One thousand dollars." Mi 111 In OteraulMt'rllieil. Pledges followed thick and fast. Mrs. F-ank Vanderllp gave 11,000. .Mrs. Reid 1 1 ,00ft, Mrs. B. It. Strange, Mis. Warner 1e and a number of others JB0U. The !fe of Or. Frederick Peterson made a pledc" for him. "He isn't here, but he'll ray It," she said, , 1 tho women of the State In the duties or A iiicnilnieiit. J citizenship and for the passage of laws an earnest argu- looking to the betterment of conditions , Hunt for the passage of the Federal "'ran peu pie. in """" 1 ... ... . .... . ... u-nmpti and fur children. Shu einnha- nme id mem aim men snsing 11110 ins - - - ,.,,. mail, speech, dwelling on what women; sized, too. the duties of the ne.w vo crs can do with their new weapon, both for tl,clr country In this Its time of New Yotk and for the United State. In l'1'1''1 . . , the prosecution of the war. He read '"""V' JL"R Vt in-, 1 ,?u, ml.ted from manuscript, wagging 1,1s linger "-'' "iHirt. S he dldn qu "ueceert now and again to emphasize a point and ' ' ? S the uO0 .000 t he suffs decided i..,L..., iv mm ,1,. f,i.mv f.,1. that they needed for their campaign of attack on H. P. Ooodrlch, director of the bureau, while replying tn the latter's assertion that the budget, by carrying out his Ideas, could be reduced between !.000,000 and J10.000.000. ' setto mat varies Ills voice, He was the last speaker. Befoie him came Dr. Shaw Dr. Shaw, looking a little tired from her work In the cam paign and her services as chairman of the wom-n's .-eetinn of the Council of National Defence, but with her voice as full' and resonant as ever. The house gave her n lousing welcome, standing and waving hands and handker chiefs, and again when she referred to her forty years' work for suffrage, now ending; they broke loose and clapped and clapped. She made a brief speech, but sprinkled with tip bits of wit that always enliven whatever she sajs. "A man said to me the other da that this war Is the woman's war," she s.ild. "I couldn't hip telling him that It may be the woman's- war, but It was man made in Germany," When she said : "No woman has a right to lle and occupy space In this country who is not doing her utmost to I ;t 1 7. but she came near it she got $101, .160 uf this I'J.r.TS.'ja went for the expenses of the parade, J12,'.'06.10 for speakers, about $110,000 for advertising and $."i,'J.-J.3- for war service woik. She gave a detailed account of re ceipts and expenditures, which Mrs. Whltehouse supplemented with a vivid picture of the difficulties of raising money for suffrage in n "year when every bod' . was having his pockets emptied by tlie demands of war. "In spite of all that," she said, "with .1 little help from vou we shall balance up even and sha'n'tliave to fall back on our uiulervviitci s. And I'll bet ait) thing on earth that this Is the tirst political campaign that didn't have to fall back oil 'ts underwriters to get out of debt " Mrs. Raymond Brown read the teport of the chairman of organisation. Miss Alice Morgan Wright presented the rec ommendations of the executive commit tee. It undoubtedly will be decided to Light Im-rrnseil Tax Itntr. After recalling a similar declaration "made by Mr. Bruere,as director of the bureau four years ago." and asserting that Mr. Goodrich had been director more tban a year without making any suggestions for the reduction of a "con stantly Increasing budget prepared by emploees of the bureau in and out of ofllce," Judge Hylan said : "Tills is the same IS. P. Goodrich who In the report of tho State Investigation of tlie local Civil Service Commission Is charged with being responsible for 'closed' specifications for wood block paving In the Borough of Manhattan , v.. -lilrh llie Barrett Company obtained , I a' virtual moifpoly, and also the same K. I . uooririrn, woo, accoruuiK m ic report (p. 15). drew several salaries from the city of New York it the same . time that he was drawing fees or sal- I nrl,.M frnm ntber cities. ! "It is a significant fact that since the domination of the city administration by tlie Bureau of Municipal Research Uie budget of the city bus grown by leaps and bounds and the tax rate has in creased accordingly!-" In his first statement an attack on the bureau. Its backers and R. Fulton Cutting Judge Hylan thus announced the divorce ot bureau and city ; "The Rockefeller Bureau of 'Municipal Research has been qule successful In getting their representatives Id Impor tant positions In svery city department, and 1 want to give them falrtiotlce that the people's repudiation of the Rockefel ler control of government through the bureau and any other agencies Is final so far as I am concerned." Patriotic Yarn Association Rosalind Wood, President AN ORGANIZATION WITH COMPLETE FACIL ITIES TO SUPPLY THE BEST WORSTED YARN abolish the campaign districts, the form serve herOoverumert In Itspresent need," ! under which tlie party has worked, and Roosevelt gave with uplifted hands the to reorganize according to Congressional signal for a lieaity lound of applause. d strlcts. To work for the Federal amendment, - - 1 - she declared, was a duty laid upon all suffragists. "To refuse to demand the enfran-1 chisiuiiciit of the women of the nation at mis time would be to desert the sol Hers in the trenches and to lie traltois to the cause for which w are fighting. I The women of this nation must be en-1 franchised that they may. be free to . serve their country without let or hln- drance." 1 F.xplalna Cnttlna's Opposition. Judge lhlar.'s statement was ip the hqlll.a nf 1 rtli 1 1 Ml- f'tltttntT U ll 11 had stated in an Interview published Sunday that the Tammany, adnunlstia tion, of which Judge Hylan is head, was planning things prohibited for the last Urn years through the Influence and activ ity of the Bureau of Municipal Research. Judge Hylan said : 'tMr. Cutting lias bte particularly Officers' Uniforms That'll Take You Clear to Berlin A TOT a ramrod-stiff y'1101"1"' that ' makes you look like a goose - stepping Pomeranian Grenadier, but that lithe spruccness which so admirably sets off the American swing and stride. I especially pride myself upon the high quality of fabrics the uncommonly fine tailorwork and the dominant, personality of these Uniforms. O. D. Heavy-Weipht' Ferge Blouse and Breeches, $40 aed $45. Heavy Mel ton Service Greatcoats, $45. .-1 the proper et eeleran. from Peaked Cap to Puttees. Representative at ither ill House. Plattsburg. X. Y. JHN DV1D STBN-BuxnSrlARTGoTnES Broadwqy at 52Street IN THE MARKET, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST TO WOMEN WHO WILL K.NTT GARMENTS FOR MEN IN THE WAR SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES. WE PLACE NO RESTRICTIONS AS TO THE DISPOSITION OF VTHE FINISHED GARMENT AS LONG THE Spirit and Object of This Association IS1 LIVED UP TO-. A'.. THAT YARNS PUR CHASED FROM US SHALL BE SOLELY USED FOR ABOVE PURPOSE. IT IS OUR AliW TO HAVE KNITTED PRODUCTS OF OUR YARN REACH AMERICAN FIGHTING MEN IN THE QUICKEST .POSSIBLE WAY. BY THE HANK GRAY & NATURAL - 70 CENTS KHAKI & BLUE - - - 75 CENTS FOLR HANKS AVERAGE ONE POUND 5 LB. LOTS AND OVER GRAY & NATURAL $2.75 PER POUND . . KHAKI & BLUE - $2.85 " MAIL ORDERS Will Receive Prompt Attention. Write for Samples and Price. ROOM 805 225 FOURTH AVE. CITY OF NEW YORK SS v-i 2 1 IS FEWER TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS. HraVy Klnra Cuiiw llrrrrasr In tn-nnil nnd Third Offenders. j Tbe report of the Traffic Court for ' October shows' a marked decrease In the i number of second and third offenders I a nil Magistrate House nald yesterday, Several l.ibertv bonds were IIuiib Into in making public the report, that the re- the breach, and a succession of pledges suit was achieved by severity In dealing of 1100, J30 and Mthln a few hundred dollars of the re quired Mi.OOO. Mrs. Itrown, thinking the audience wa anxious to hear Itoose itlt, nas about to cut the money rai.-dng ibort, but Miss Hay wouldn't let her. "Keep on" she adjured. And Mm Brown kept on. and was rewarded by a l.ooa pledgp from the Hroukhaven, li-ed the sum to . with traffic cases, No third offender were arraigned during the month, and only thirty-nine second offenders appeared on the hooks. One thousand six hundred and sixty-one defendants paid 1,502 In fines, and 227 persons were committed to prison. Of these, fifty-four were given the altei natlvc of paying fine's. (SI Flints Fine Furniture DINING ROOM FURNISHINGS AND DECORATIONS Even the noblest of traditional turkeys makes an infinitely better appearance on the Thanksgiv ing table if the Dining Room is furnished with a unity of purpose between the furniture, decora tions and architecture. That this harmonious ensemble need not en tail an extravagant expenditure is easily ascer tained by a visit to our Decorative Department, where consultation with our experienced staff of experts often opens up undreamed of possibil ities for artistic home furnishing at a nominal cost. ORIENTAL AND DOMESTIC RUGS AND DRAPERIES Flint 8 Horner Cainc 20-26West36th.St NewVbrk Electrical Fixture Displays To assist in the selection of appropriate- electric fixtures for the home, store, factory, or any other place, special displays have been arranged at two of our district offices, Irving Place and 42nd Street These displays are made up of special selections from the stocks of our leading manufacturers. Globes and reflectors are also shown, all intended to secure, within their appro priate surroundings, the proper illumination at the lowest cost for the service In addition to this special display of fixtures, a great variety of electrical appliances, utensils and general equipment will be found in our several Show Rooms, all contributing to the effort of the day toward economy, efficiency and convenience The New York Edison Company At Tour Service Irvine PUcc and ijtb Street Stujmant 5(00 Branch Ofit Skrw Rttmi ftr tht Ctnvtnitnct tf tht Public oDDnnn Id poo d coco noaoDDDl .ii1 ' frtftfinrinnftrinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 11 11 in 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 lo 4x4 BroidwiT 6 Delancrr Street 10 Irving Plice 14 Weit 4nd Street Caml 1 600 Orchard i960 Stuyvtunt 560a orjrint $m All Ihe t,tmt 0.. voill uulihi Night and Emergency Call 1 Fartagut jooo AMim 151 Eait 86th Street 15 East 115th Street jti Eatt 149th Street Lenox 77I0 Harlem 4030 Melroie 9900 Q C3 a a o a a s s s a a The Most Beautiful Car m Amcnca Zero Weather Is the Only Fair Test These comparatively mild I'all days, please remember, art! no test of motor efficiency. Any" reputable Rasolinc enuinn will start promptly when the temperature is more than oO degrees Fahrenheit, Likewise, any reputable enyi.ie will aporbo its fuel ery satisfactorily under surh conditions. Hut wait until a few months roll around, Wait until the cold blasts of January, rebruary and March arrive. Then, you will understand what we mean when we speak of practical and impractical motors for'Wintcr driviuir. At that time we Mnrerelv trust that your enclosed car will be a Taiue. If so, you will be altogether independent of weather conditions. With the tncrmoninier at zero you will be able to stcrl instantly roll blithely away while much more expensive cars are temporarily out of cam mission. I .el us put it in still plainer terms. The nfi Viiuji pmicr plant i the 0117 practmil tntmud con liustion tngiuc for 11 inlrr !rinni ,n u )n,nr em. This is not tin exaRRerated statement, it is a provable fact, anil the proof tire ready lor your inspection at a minute's notice. There is no mvstery about the matter, either. Paine cold weather superiority rrsts upon a com bination of three engineerim: features found exclusively in our new enclosed car motors. They are an Electrical (iasoline Heater, a Super-heated Manifold and .1 Valve Polishing Device. If you will call at our show rooms, we will gladly explain just why these features have overcome tho itnpleasnnt trials of Winter motoring. We will place every card face up on the table and let you determine whether or not our sweeping claims are justified Under the circumstances, can you afford to buy any enclosed car until you have investigated tho Paige? Kc ' M..".V 7-lM-f.enurr SI77.rt; Coupe "SIx-.Vi" .pawlirer S.'s.MI Town Cur "SI-.Vi" 7-p.iM'iwr JICMII. l.linnUf inn Slx-.'i.'i" 7-i-rnk'ir :c.'.'Mi. Siil.in "Mx-au" A-passeimiT flUJA. Solan "Mv.vV ', -ilismmikit J.'s.Mi. lltonUlaniN l-paeiiKer Sls'i.', I.lnunixl "Siv-.'IH i-ii.iwnner iaan (ili'iil.il "Six-ati Clmiiiin Itiudm r Ma.m Dart iiiiiur ' M-:t!'' 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