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OPEN I: VER Y DA Y UNTIL 5.30 P.M. GILLIES COFFEE CO.. 233-239 Washington Street. ?w York. Between Park Place and Barclay 8t. Phone Barclay 9857. E*t. 80 Year*. Buy It From the Navy U. S. NAVY; SALE Any firm selling by catalogue or mailcircular to / Households t'Sg^ OQC^ aOLb. fORlTE WHEREVER GOOD COFFEE IS SERVED Not on sale at retail stores, but sold dl- | rect from the wholesaler to families on cash und carry plan at 38c a pound In j 1-pound lots or more. (Bean or around.) j I Delivered In Greater New York /? % _ il. a u/it n tTI an miio .t 41C1D. can find Here a number of profitable and attractive offers to submit to its clientele. Can get the customers' orders btfort the goods are j purchased. Visit the sample room. Prices are extremely low. Substantial dis* , counts on large purchases, and 30 days to complete payment. Ring up and state your requirements; or ask for catalogue. Tel Sunset?8100, Ext. 755. Or write: U. S Navy; Board of Survey, Appraisal and Sale. Fleet Supply Base, 30th St. and 3rd Ave., I Irooklyn. N. Y. EUGENE H. TRICOU, Lieut.-Commander (S. C.), U. S. N. Buy It From the Navy i TR1MO THE WORD THAT STANDS FOR j Superior Pipe Wrenches AND MonkeyWrenches FOR SHOP,HOME and FARM Trimo Wrenches for sale everywhere; with Steel Frames that will not break: Nut Guards that prevent accidental turning of the nut in close quarters. InTRA*Tr.CTO.r, ROXBURY, BOSTON, MASS. Cuiicura Soap - - The Healthy Shaving Soap Cutlmra Soap shaves without mas. Everywhere 25e LET POSLAM START NOW TO CLEAR YOUR SKIN Would you be entirely rid of that distressing skin trouble? Would you drive tuvay those pimples? I>o yo>u desire a clear, fulr skin free frotn aggravating eruptions? Poslam. then. Is for you. It awaits your hardest task, the most stubborn and difficult condition of diseased skin you have to overcome. It is qualified and ready, lis makers can put no more of perfection In It to make it more valuable to you. So let It serve you; utilise its splendid healing help. Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency laboratories, 24.1 West 47th St., N<w York City. Poslam Moan, medicated with Poslam, should be -used If the skin Is tender and hrnmiivo, /\ my. (Jticura ?t!le8 ffscaiP JX c-/ 'Troubles [\ Treatment: f\ I) \\\ \\ ^Gently rub I \ iJ \\\ \\ Cutlcura f J) (\ Ointment, J/ r I \ "^with the end <y J - 1 \ of the finger, * ) ) y on spotsgif dandruff and itching. Follow next morning with a hot shampoo of Cuticu'a Soap. Repeat in two weeks. Nothing better than these fragrant super-creamy emollients for all skin and scalp troubles. Ka?l? iMfc fr? by Mull A <Mr?" "OaMrvr* Uk rttorUt. D?r? ?M, Malda* 41, Im " Sol.I 'rtrj?h*r? soaptte. Ointmtnt 2T. *n.t Sot Tilmm 2m. BU^~Cutirura Soap iklTH without mui. ' f ' ) ASK STEEL WORKERS TO JOIN ONION FIGHT Twenty-four Labor Bodies May Add Opposition to Open Shop. EXPECT WAGE REDUCTION Attempt to Bo Made to Organize Laborers in Iron Mills. Special Despatch to The New York Herald. Nrw York Herald lliirenii, I Washington, 1). t\, Nov. 11. f Representatives of the twenty-four labor organizations that engaged In the strike of steel workers last spring will meet here to-morrow upon the call of Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Lnbor, und will be asked to Join In the fight which union labor plans to make against wage reductions and any movement looking toward' the abolition of the "closed shop." Leaders of the steel workers will meet the executive council of the federation, which to-day began a several days' session to formulate a programme of opposition to what* labor heads believe is an organized movement of employers to restore the "open shop" throughout the country. It is apparent that the outstanding purpose of the conference is the hope that the long sought goal of th elabor federation organization of the steel workers may yet be attained. For years Gompers and other labor leaders have nnnnunppfl th#?ir Intentions to forCG fin end of the "open shop" policy of the United States Steel Corporation, but despite big strikes they have failed. All Mr. Gompers or Frank Morrison, secretary of the federation, would say regarding the meeting of the steel workers was that plans would be considered for the rebuilding of the organizations so badly disrupted by the failure of the lust steel strike and the bringing of them Into the American Federation of Labor. The list of those asked to be present does not include William Z. Foster, syndicalist writer and secretary of the bis- strike last spring. Indications are that labor leaders are expecting wage reductions In the steel industry shortly, and that such action would make the time ripe for another big "organization drive." At the meeting of the executive council to-day it was learned that reports of increasing unemployment and wage reductions in some instances were made. This was reflected by the statement of James Duncan, one of the vice-presidents of the federation, that any wage reductions In violation of existing contracts would be met "Instantly with a strike." Although it is evident that lower wages probably will come with decreased costs of commodities, the labor leaders will make a determined fight to stave fcft such cuts as long as possible. GOVERNMENT BUREAU OF BUILDINGS URGED Remedy for Housing Situation Heard in Chicago. Chicago, Nov. 11.?Getting conditions back to a pre-war status, according to witnesses heard here to-day by the Senate Committee on Reconstruction, is the only way to solve the building and housing problem which confronts the country, James B. Forgan, chairman of the Board of Directors of the First National Bank told the committee that readjustment ol building costs would make more money available for building, and Henry K. Holzman, an architect, suggested prevention of coercion in strikes and lockouts and the creation of a bureau ol buildings as remedies. "The lnocme tax," Mr. Forgan said "especially the excess profits tax. has made it nec, ssary for large Investors t< obtain unusually high rates of interval end has placed another obstruction it the way of floating mortga-re loans." Presenting the conclusions of a con ferenoe of Chicago architects, Henry K Holzman said fear of strikes and lock outs, fear of artlflc'al regulation of ! ro duction and distribution of hutldins materials and the high cost of mono; for building purposes were among rea sons ror present nnuninc uunumuuo As remedies Mr. Holzman recom mended prohibition of force or roerclni In strikes and lockouts and the rteht o every citizen to enter an apprentices!)!! in any field of endeavor he chooses, t Government bureau of buildings a Washington "leading to the democratlza tlon of building material association; j and the prohibition of artificial flxlni , of prices and output" was also suggested fi ARC MACTCRPIECESll A K^1 or SHOE PE9ION|NO|| | p deal CAUTION. -Inelal upon baring W. I.. J?n, Douglas shoes. The name and price la plainly VL?," stamped in the sola. Be careful to we that It ha? not been changed ar mutilated. w * 8f? Nassau Street. 847 Ilroadway, nedir 14th. 4 it 1 332 Broadway, ror. 30th St. 14l>5 Broadway (Times Sq.) it list Third Avenue. ? #14.~2 Third Avenue. + 220J Third Av.,cor.120th St. ; *2771) Third Av.,bet 146th*H7thSM Stored marked with i I THE NF When Re; Was De Not now?but say when everything else except?Guaranteed Fii They were not deprt estate owner was farin ask for time when his i The holders of Gu knew that the depreciai of the equity, and that t that it would not reach This certainty made the able of all the investors Bond & Mortgage 176 Broadway, ^ 175 Remsen Str THREE DIE IN FLAMES IN SHIP EXPLOSION , El Mundo Victims Caught as. i They Attempt to Escape. The explosion that wrecked the Morgan I.ine freighter El Mundo, at Pier 51, Hudson River, Wednesday, coat at least three lives. Firemen who went aboard the half sunken ship which had been towed to the shallows known as ' fhlta f* TCI 1 t ?4 Islfind. found yesterday three bodies burned beyond recognition, at the top of a ladder leading from the engine room. The men evidently had been enveloped lri flames as they tried to escape. The El Mundo still was smoldering and her plates hot when the firemen boarded. Owing to the water they could not get below decks. The bodies were transferred to police launch 4 and taken to the Morgue. One of the bodies was Identified by Juan S. Gomas of 526 Greenwich street as that of his nephew, Alfred Rodriguez, 2t years old. Rodriguez came here three weeks ago from British Guiana. The two other meri appeared to be Manuel Torres, aged 45, married, 522 Greenwich street, and Figuero Farina, HO, married, of 400 West street. The three were employed as engine room cleaners, and were not members of the crew. WOMEN VOTERS LEAGUE MEETS HERE MONDAY i 200 Delegates From Five Eastern States Expected. j Two hundred delegates front this I State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, DelaI ware and Maryland will attend the first I regional conference of the League of | Women Voters Monday and Tuesday at the Hotel Pennsylvania. Mrs. F. Louis Slade, regional director, will preside. Mrs, Carrie Chapman Catt will be at the dinner Tuesday night, when special tables for the alumnae of Vassar, Bryn Mawr, Smith and Barnard .have been reserved. Among the speakers will be Mrs. Frank A. Vanderlip, Miss Mary Garrett Hay, Mrs. Maud Wood Park, chairman of the National League; Mrs. George Gellhorn of St. Louis, Mrs. John O. Miller of Pittsburg, Mrs. Charles E. Elllcott of Baltimore, Mrs Henry Ridgelov of Dover, Mrs. John R. Sehermerhorn of East Orange, Mrs. Catharine i Waugh McCulloch of Chicago and Mrs. Edward Costlgan of Denver. 11 BABE RUTH IS OUT $35,000. Send* Ynnkee I'liotii Corporation Into Bankruptcy. | An involuntary bankruptcy petition t against the Yankee Photo Corporation tvns filed yesterday In the T'nited States District Court by David W. Kahn, as | attorney for George H. ("Babe") Ruth. , champion home run hitter, and the Blot graph company. Ruth claims $35,000 , for services rendered to the Yankee Photo Corporation pursuant to a con. tract made in July of this year. The Biograph company has a claim of $1,002 1 for rental of Its studio to the corpora. tion. f Offices of the alleged bankrupt are at 1 ii-c linifi.innv Total liabilities and . assets of the corporation are not stated. C0TT05 MILLS CLOSE. 1 Oreenvh.le, S. C., Nov. 11.?The Vlcf tor-Monaghan Cotton Mills, embracing 1 several large plants employing several ^ thousand operatives, will shut down to' night until Monday and will operate on " a basis of four days a week until further * notice, it was announced to-day. The ? lack of demand for cotton goods was given as the cause. "THE SHO 5 7-22 $8-22 S9-22 FOR MEN AN YOU CAN SAVE IUONI [EARING W.L.OOUGLA RHE best known shoes in the worl aresoldinl07 W.L.Douglasstor jin the factory to you at only one pro arantees to you the best shoes thi oduced, at the lowest possible cosl >ug la a name and the retail price are the bottom ot all shoes before tney i ctory, which is your protection ag asonable profits. .L. Douglas $9.00and$l 0.00 shoes tely the best shoe values for the i is country. They are made of the lest leathers that money can buy. mbine quality, iftyle. workmanshi taring qualities equal to other mak< I at higher prices. They are the lea< e fashion centers of America .The ste ice is W. L. Douglas personal guai at the shoes are always worth the | s the same everywhere; they cost ey do in New York. .L.Douglas shoes are made by the 1 der the direction and supervision c th an honest determination to ma it money can buy. L. Dourtlaa ?iiom nra for aaja broyar BOOO thof f lata braidaa our own atoraa. If your local daalar f/ riot atipply you.taka no olhar rnaba Ordar direct rLi i tha factory, land for booklet tailing bow 10' it abort by mall. poatAfa fraa. L. DOUGLAS STORES IN 347 KliHth Avatinr. I > r 2oO H'cat Street. , ? I1ROOKI.YN *" ' TOO Itrniwltvny, near Thornton St. 1307 Rrondwey, cor. Gnteii Ave. 47S Fifth Ave., cor. 11 th St. * r 339 Manhattan Ave. (Breakpoint) * 449 Fulton Street. i tf carry complete line* of W. L. Dougl W YORK HERALD, FR1 L al Estate [ pressed ^ u 111 in October, 1914. was depressed, too, 1 st Mortgages. :ssed even if the real g badly and had to t nortgage was called. Mc aranteed Mortgages l*?i tion was coming out on, hey were guaranteed 1251 their mortgage lien. mj m the most comfort- tra i in the community. R? at i Guarantee Co. Z Jew York City eet, Brooklyn th? -??????? of SMUGGLED RUM SAFE Z n?OM QT4TF TffOOPS Cannot Seize Liquor Without hi Proof of Illegality. Special Despatch to The New York Herald. ^ Albany, Nov. 11.?.State officials here " are anticipating a marked Impetus ir, t0 the moving of smuggled whiskey from st Canada as a result of the United States _ Supreme Court decision allowing the ^ transfer of liquor from a warehouse to the home of the owner. As interpreted here, the decision will cut off the assistance State troopers had been giving to the Federal enforcement agents in the seizure of contraband rum through the arrest of bootleggers for violation of the State highway laws. It has been the practice of Majoi George F. Chandler, superintendent o the State police, to take no part In the enforcement of the prohibition amend ment, his men confining their energle' to violators of the State laws. However, whenever they arrested bootlegging automobile drivers violating the motor vehicle laws they turned over the Illicit liquor to the prohibition enforcement agents, getting a receipt for It. Under the new ruling the State police no longer can seize this liquor unless they have proof that it is smuggled. After the driver settles lin for the State E YBY ^rrninirriimr^ SSHOESjSf TV Id. They ijfl |F 3^ K es, direct i) ||! jFj? 3 fit,which | | I | areabsomoney in p and hoYS imped \J/ fm^J $4.50 $5.00 rantee $5.50 $6.00 price paid for them. The prices no more in San Francisco than >ighest paid, skilled shoemakers, ?f experienced men, all working ke the best shoes for the price ,/ jt PrMldfnt f^tJ _ .Tf. I.. ?*hoe Co., 910 Spark Strert, ^ Brockton, Mom. GREATER NEWYORK RR8EY CITY?18 Nevrark Avenue. OIIOKKN-120 Washington Street. NION HILL 270 Ilerjjenllne Ave. | KWARK 831 IJrond Street. ATERAON 1112 >larket St.,ror. Clark KENTON 2I? East Stat* Street. . a* Shoe* for Women. I) law violation he can go his way, whiskey and all. $500 FOR MISSING PAPERS. Antl-Snlonn League Anxious to Recover Evidence. An advertisement In a Newark news- ' paper yesterday revealed that a reward of $500 has been offered by the New Jersey Antl-Snloon League for the re- j turn of papers concerned with the Newark "whiskey ring." Samuel Wilson, assistant superintendent of the league, admitted that he had inserted the advertisement, but he would not divulge the nature of the papers. He said the papers were very important to the league. He would not tell the place from which the papers were obtained, but declared it may have been an "inside ,1ob." PREDICTS FROST IN TEXAS. New Orleans, Nov. 11.?Freezing tern- j peraturcs for the sugar and trucking | i regions or T.uisiana and Texas was pre- ; dieted by Saturday morning in a special warning issued late to-day by Pr. I. M. Cllne. district forecaster of the local weather bureau. U A NOTHER Federal /V motor truck has been one of our most appreciative clients for six years. That experience is yours in reaching the motor market. Write. Coll or Phono " CAMPBELL- EWALD COMPANY j Advertising I* WEST S4th STREET, NEW TORE Office,* in Detroit?Chiearo DS ITS ^/sHAFE" &. $1022 SHOES i D WOMEN [DAY, NOVEMBER 12 IGHTS OUT AT 4 A. M iEAD COP TO LIQUOR arlem Police Find 92 Cases of Whiskey and Get Three Men in Auction Room. - I 'ho suspicion* of Patrolmari Michael Don&ugh of the East 128th street atari were aroused when he noticed the Iden turning off of a light in a sec1 floor auction room at 205 East th street at * o'clock yesterday mornr. He made hie way In, but his ennce was opposed by a man described George Clark, 50, a moulder living the Washington Hotel, 2131 Third ?nue. Colncldently, a second man nped through a rear window to a rd below. Patrolman McDonaugh, th other policemen Investigated, and iy said they found ninety-two cases whiskey on the premises. 'lark was placed under arrest, tother with Louis Itubln, 28, a salesm, 15 West 110th street and Thomas an, 28, a chauffeur, 1993 Lexington enue. Rubin walked Into the room \lle the police were Investigating. Alough protesting his innocence, he wns ken to the station with the other o. /atcr Patrolman Jennings of the East Sth street station reported he had lzed two harrels of alcohol in an au mobile which he stopped at 126th [ reet and Lexington avenue. Ho ar1887 Our QA * A Sal sit up most Every I* $35. i $45. i and $ $80. i $IOC and $ ? $27.50 $40 Cass Imere Sulfs $45 Flannel Suits $35 Fancy Mixed Suit* $45 Pencil Stripes $45 Gray Chetiots $40 Heather Mixtures $40 Oxford Mixtures Arii / w <2* \ 279 Broadway 125th Street, a , 1920. -\ Doctors Free to Renew j Whiskey Prescriptions Special Despatch to The New Yobk Heuai.u. QHICAGO, Nov. 11.?The limit for the number of whiskey prescription blanks allowed to physicians has been lifted by the Government in Chicago. Word came to-day that ther old regulation which prevented physicians from obtaining a new supply has been withdrawn to permit the issuance of as many blanks as the applicant may need, provided he shows "reasonable cause." v / rested the cnauffeur, Max Zoller, 23, of 173 Bleecker street. Inspectors Jerry Rothschild, Christian Schmidt and Alfred O. Hokensen visited the liner Morro Castle at Pier 15. Brook-'' lyn, yesterday. They brought back a haul of liquor which they reported had been taken from the liner. They said they found some of the liquor In wash bowls In the crew's quarters. A hot , water bottle, they said, yielded a sup- i ply of gin. A. S. COCHRAN APPEALS. Washington, Nov. 11.?Alexander | Supreme Court to-day an appeal from fhe adverse decision of the Court of 1 Claims In his suit to recover $31,000 : levied as a legacy tax against his father's estate under the revenue act of 1808. Mr. Cochran contended that no assessment was made of the estate un- ; til February, 1903. is being celebrated Wi inJ -fc TUrin the history o e which will make New Yoi and take notice. The pic fashionable Suits for men Cuppenheimer c (EXCEPT EVEN 00, $40.00 and 00 Kuppenheimer Brill Suits, now 27-50 00, $90.00 and J Kuppcnheimer Brill Suits, now 67-50 At $47.50 $27.50 $65 Kuppenheimer's $47.50 . 27.50 $70 Worsted Suits 47.50 27.50 $60 Double-breasted 47.50 . 27.50 $70 Blue Serges 47.50 27.50 $65 Cambridge Greys 47.50 27.50 $70 English Golfs 47.50 , 27.50 $65 Fancy Nor folks 47.50 C.nlf suits nf F.nslisVi anrl Srr?tr d the Brill Guarantee of Satisfacti Similar Eirthday Special Ol Furnishings, Hats A moderate charge w 3 Pmorl ura \r t 3d Ave. rnmmmmmmm - Cyal P0JO No jimmy can This New YAL WHEN its massive hookec are locked to the door js Nothing but the right key cai See the Yale Cylinder Gua good hardware store. Buy it f The Yale & Towiie Mfg. Co.(Make < If????("Yale Made Is "The Knack" It's no knack, it's 36 years experience. 576 FIFTH AV COR. 47 5T % ! . ith the most notable Men f Brill Brothers rk and, in fact, the whole cc :k of the whole world's fines AT WHOLESALE C tnd Brill Suit P ING APPAREL) $60.00, $65.00 $70.00 Kuppenht and Brill Suits, $47-51 $110, $115, $l2i $135 Kuppenht and Brill Suits, $87-5 At $67.50 $90 Unfinished Worsteds .. .$67.50 $125 f, $100 Fancy Casstmcres 67.50 $13 5 /i $95 Fancy Worsteds 67.50 $115 h $80 Scotch Mixtures 67.50 $125 S $90 Herrinfionct 67. SO $110 7 $100 Pencil Stripes 67.50 $110 /i $100 Cutaway Sach 67.50 $125 S h Tweeds included in this sale, on or Money Back with Every Si fferings in Other Depart me i, Boys' Clothing, etc. ill be made for alterations w at 49th Street. }? ?? 44 Ea< T 13r 11 jD t force E Lock i bolts of hardened bronze imb, they will not let go. n get your door open. rd Lock?No. 92?at any or your home, your garage. >f the Yale Locks) Stamford, CoflB. 'ale Markedj??^ Jfoyt's Service,Inc. I PLANNED ADVERTISING 116 West 32nd Street. N. YC i ^^BOSTONCU^i/ltLAN^BPklNCHCUC^^jj l 1920| day | J I ^ i id >untry it and OST deduced ' $ '! and umer rtnn) ' ? V w o ) and zimer I now 112 y ? I At $87.50 I mporied Titer ds $87.50 riposted Worsteds 87.50 aborted Serges 87.50 cotch Casstmeres 87.50 uo-tone Suits 87.50 riposted Golfs 87.50 tilt-treated Suits 87JO nit. ntBi II * rtlandt Street, -t 14 th Street. t