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The New York herald. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1920-1924, October 03, 1920, Image 7

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85,394 IMMIGRANTS
ARRIVE IN A MONTH
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Total for September Sets New
Hi<rh Murk at Ellis Island
Sinee Pre-War Pays.
FOUIt STEAMSHIPS LEAVE J
American Liner Philadelphia
Among the Vessels Sailing
for European Ports.
Immigration figures at Ellis Island
how that the month of September came
rear doubling the total arrivals of ull
previous months since the war, and even
overtopped some of the monthly records
during the big rushes prior to the war.
Up to and Including. September 28 there
were 85,394 inspections at Ellis Island,
an increase over the month preceding of
nearly 30,000. The tlgures show a steady
upward climb from the 21,992 recorded
for the month of January.
Last week there were fewer arrivals
of steerage carrying ships and the number
of immigrants entering the port
numbered only 12,960, against more titan
20.000 who were inspected the week before.
These figures, however, do not include
tho aliens who have been detained
at quarantine from the steamship Mobile
or the passengers arriving on the
Imperator, tho Zeeland and several
other big liners already In port. Some
of these will be landed at Ellis Island
to-day.
La Savoio of the French line sailed
for Havre yesterday with 380 passengers,
among whom was Mabel Herbert
Urner, writer,1 and Edgar Eduardo
Eraso, attache of the Venezuelan legation
at Washington. The American liner
"Philadelphia sailed for Southampton
with 100 cabin and 75 third class pas.
sengers. Among the passengers were
Mrs. John P. Gilford and her four
daughters, who are t<^ be placed in
French schools. f
The Finland of the Red Star line.
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with less than 200 passengers, left for'
Cherbourg and Antwerp, ^carrying Dr.'
E. Heston Remington, Dr. August Ley
and A. A. Thlckner, on their way to
attend a meeting In London of the In-j
ternational Congress on the Classification
of Causes of Death. The Celtic of,
the White Star line sailed for Liverpool i
\la Queenstown with 100 first class, 220'
second class and 200 steerage passen-1
gars.
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FIFTH AVENUE
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Openwork
Silk
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Hosiery . . .
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"YESTERDAY'S" PRICE
FOR IDENTICAL
HOSIERY $5,95
Pure Thread Silk, Silk
Garter Top; Black or
White
FEMININE HOSIERY SHOP
Street Floor
Hmon & Co.
'TH AND 38TH STS. ;
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Hats of
T^uvetyne
and Other
Smart
Fabrics
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FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STREETS
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KKE SIMPLICITY
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contrast to last winter,
wraps discard obvious elabDration,
and by the invisible
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Tieuiums ot imagination
and art create a fashion entirely
new. Luxurious in fab'ic
many enriched with furs,
distinguished by simplicity,
inrf striking in restraint.
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dr Above Last Year in
9 p
Below Last Year in Price
uine Orjanda or Corduvel . . . . "78.00
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uine Vel de Cygne or Evora Superior 125.00 *
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uine Duvetyne or Marvella .... 145.00
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