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f NOW ON EXHIBITION
Sale Days?Tomorrow (Wed.)
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Nov. 1st, 2d, 3d & 4th
at 2 P. M. Each Day in
# SILO'S
Art Galleries
40 E. 45th St.
Vanderbilt Av.
JAMES r. SII.O. Auctioneer.
A Sale of
Great Importance
The Ewtulr of (lie lute
f Am. Fred fi. Bourne
By Order of the I'lveeutors
AltTHI l( K. HOIRNE AM)
tiEO. VAll.. ICMIS.
MESSRS. VHR i't.ANCK, PRINCE &
UC It 1,1 NO A MI:, ATT VS.
FURNISHINGS
Hcmuxrd from his
roui^try rehidcnrc ut
OAKDALE, L. I.
ALSO THE SMALL Bl T
J IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF
OIL PAINTINGS
INC LL DIM; A
Washington Portrait
by Rembrandt Peale
FROM OTHER SOURCES
FURNITURE
Made Principally by
COTTIER & CO.
A PRIVATE COLLECTIONOF
Important Tapestries
And by Order of the
Equitable Tni?l Co. of New York
1. Trn-tec.
A Valuable < olleetlon of
Furs and jewelry
W.eber, Steinway & Duo
Art Pianos
I A SALAD is always '
XJL refreshing, and. the I
patterns of Ovington J
salad sets are quite in ?
keeping with this most 1
desirable quality. They ''
are often interpolated [
with great success into a \
formal dinner service. p
OVINGTON'S \
"The Gift Shop of Fifth Avenue" 1
FIFTH AVENUE AT 39TH ST. I
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Following
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proved proa
our Winter o
fessional me
easily from tl
The fleec
in making on
colorings xvli
London tailo
Our oxer
from 33 to 40
from $50.
I;! In additic
11 presenting a
, j. coats made e
i j j known tailor:
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MEN'S AND WOMEN!
CLUBS IN BIG RALLY
Itepublican Organizations Join
in Notable Meeting1 Here
Tomorrow Night.
I .
TO BE 1NXCOOPER UNION
! Secretary Hughes, Oov. Miller
and Mrs. Livcrmore Among
Leading' Speakers.
i
One of the biggest Republican meetings
of the last week of the campaign i
will be opened at 8 o'clock to-morrow '
nf!ght In Cooper Union under the joint'
auspices of the Men's National Repub- i
lican Club and the Women's National ;
Republican Club.
The speakers will be Secretary |
Ilughes. Gov. Miller. Dr. Nicholas Mur- j
ray Butler und Mrs. Arthur L. Liver- \
niore, chairman of the Women's ltepub- j
lican State Kxecutlve Committee. !
Nathaniel A. Elsborg will preside.
The meeting Is the first ever heft!
Jointly by ttje Men's and Women's Republican
clubs. The importance of the
woman vote this year was emphasized
yesterday by Mrs. Llvermore. Womon
in the small cities and villages ervl
tann women will win the election for
Gov. Miller, ah? declared.
She expects that with womon helping.
Gov. Miller's plurality will greatly
exceed the 7.0f*0 votes by which he defeated
former Gov. Smith In 1!?20. Because
of Gov. Mil'er's welfare program
women prominent In civic affairs i
tleroughout the Slate have enlisted for
him, she said. Women interested in
prison reform, or in caring for the diseased.
maimed or blind, are anxious to
have Miller fontlnue in office.
"The women admire the type of man
who sits .In the Governor's chair." Mrs.
Livermore said.
"There Is a growing interest In politics
nmong women because of his faithful
performance In his office. New York
State mothers are working for Miller.
The individual work of thousands of
Republican county rommitteewomcii will
lesult in triumph for him and for the
whole Stale Republican ticket."
Republican women of Suffolk county,
L. I., will leave Amjtyvllle to-morrow
[;.. -Iv un.J (nlip Ih/i Smith
I Shore to Sag Harbor. From there they
1 v 111 cross to Grecnport and Riverhead
(and follow the North Shore as far as
J Huntington. A brass band and a truck|
load of handbills will accompany them,
and local candidates will join them on
I the trip.
DEN BY AND LORD AGREE
ON BUDGET FOR NAVY
' Send Documents to President
for Approval.
<
Washington. -Oct. 30. ? Secretary
Denby and Budget Director Lord reached
I an agreement to-day 011 the navy's
' budget and it is now in the hands of
) 1'resident Harding for approval.
It is believed items at issue involved
I 00,000 men for next year, compared with
| 86.000 this year, inclusion of an inj
creased appropriation for the Naval Reserve
and provision for six submarines
' Instead of three.
IG MEN'S W
VERCOATS J
; closely the lines of
uctions of leading L
vercoats for business
n are loosely drape
le shoulders.
es, shetlands and ov
ir overcoats are in the
lich have the appro\
rs.
coats for young m<
chest measure and i
mi to our own produ
number of imported
vrlncivpiv fr^r 11c Kv n
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s of London.
: pinj
fth Avenue at 50th i.
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' THE NI
GOV. MILL
TO RESTORE
W(
onliniiod front Flrttl l'age. i
counter attack fell upon Mayor llylan. '
He pointed out that fot four years, until ]
the Transit Commission took chargn of ,
the muddle, there had been nothing but ; i
obstruction and destruction : that Hylan ,
himself had recommended on August 16, ^
101)5, in a letter to the Public Service ,
Commission, that fares be increased
above five cents if largo salaries and i |
excessive guaranties could be curtailed. I
The Governor quoted from this letter,
suggest ins that some of Conan Doyle's
bad spirits must have been hovering
over the head of tlio Mayor when he j
wrote that and when he introduced a
Roston lawyer named MaeFarland, who .
wanted the citv to eivc the companies
an < ight cent fare. The truth about the j
whole traction 5 it nation In New York
was, said the Governor, that Hylan "hart
preferred to cultivate a grievance rather !
titan remove it," ana had utterly dis- :
organized the service. He had taken ,
charge of an intolerable situation j
against the advice of his friends.
Here (he Governor was frank. He \
confided that his advisers had warned .
him to let 'he New York traction prnb- !
iem alone because, if he did not, "'I was
told that the eight cent faro child, the |
illegitimate offspring of the unnatural 1
and unholy alliance of August. 1918. j
would be laid at my door." But lie '
tackled it, saved the five cent fare and j
paved the way toward a complete solu- i
tion. He had given New York service
instead of law suits and intended to give |
the city a "universal five cent fare, a I
chance to ride from any point In this I
great city to any other point for a single
fare of five cents."
'The People Know."
Such were the high lights of the long
address which the Governor made before
an enthusiastic audience of 2,500.
It was one of'the best audiences he has
faced so far in the campaign, it packed
the school auditorium and jammed the
Passageways. When the Governor arrived
shortly aftqr 9 o'clock' he was saluted
with a rousing burst of cheers. Nothing
pleased him inorc than this demonstration
in what is considered the enemy's
country. It was in the same hall in
which he closed his successful campaign
two years ago.<
"Yo'u will recall." he said at the outset.
"that two years ago this town was
plastered with posters teljjng people
what my predecessor had done for them,
with appeals to every group and to
every interest, and that there were dire
whisperings of dreadful results if I
should be elected. You were not going
to be able to play baseball even. All the
innocenjt pleasures of the people were
to be taken away from them. We were
Eats 73 Pancakes,
Eat Words and \
I It may not moan very much to anybody
but Jim Hartnett and his doci
tor, and maybe the traditional nearby
I drug store, but the world is hereby
1 informed that Jim Hartnett ate seventythree
pancakes soaked in butter and
| plastered with jam. He is therefore
I the chan plon pancake eater of his disj
trict, and he is willing to * take on
I anybody for the pancake eating chnm!
pionsh.)/ of tlie world. Maybe that
! wouldn't mean much to anybody either,
but nevertheless that's the news.
And because Jim Hartnett stuffed seventy-three
pancakes inside himself and
then walked home, though feebly, Dick
Toplcy and John McKenna. who, with
I
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?50
the most apondon
tailors,
men and prod
and swing
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erpiaias usea
i patterns and
al of leading
en are made
-ange in price
ctions we are
English over- jji
>ne of the best |J!
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Street
5W YORK HERALD. T
ETERMINED
: NICKEL FARE
to have a return to the old blue laws.
riu>?e appeals had a powerful Influence, j
Two years have gone by and the people
know whether those appeals were honest
>r dishonest. They know whether any
legitimate enterprise or any legitimate
kmusement of the people has been interfered
with. A similar appeal, equally
dishonest, is now being made in somewhat
different fashion. The alluring
hope is held by the Democratic platform
and by the Democratic candidate
for Governor that if he is elected the
people i-an have light wines and beer.
Ho knows, you know, every intelligent
citizen knows, that whether lie is electetl
or whether 1 atn elected can have no
Influence whatever upon that question;
that the Governor of this State and the
Legislature of this Slate cannot if they
would give the people of this State light
wines and beer. They might, it is true,
violate their oath of office, but every one
knows that the Constitution of the l.'nlt?'d
States and the act of Congress of tlx
United State?! la supreme ovnr everything
which the State of New Vol k
might or could do.
"If any one has an> doubt on that subject
he merely has to look to our sister,
state across the river, where a campaign
was waged two years ago precisely upon
the same kind of promise that the Demo- ,
cfatlc candidate of this State is nowmaking
the people, and they know, too, |
that th State of .New Jersey, like every 1
other Stat'- in the Union, is precisely in
tlio same i>osition with respect to light
wine and beer as when that false promise
was made. T refuse to deceive the
people, if my opponent wishes to do so
he is welcome to take that course.
"Neither an act of the Legislature, an 1
amendment to our ytate constitution or |
any referendum to the people of this
State could affect the situation in the j
slightest, or amount to as much as a |
gesture, and the man who is seeking :
votes on the pretense that it would
merely insults the intelligence of those to
whom the appeal is made.
"l*'or two years I have been the Governor
of all of the people of this State,
regardless of race, creed or color, undertaking
impartially to give every one n
square deal, to respect my oath of office,
to obey the constitution and to enforce
the laws. and. If reelected, shall continue
to administer tne jaws iinidmiou... j
out fear or favor."
Then the Governor discussed home
rule, the porf authority and traction,
saying ho was ready to meet Smith on
that field, since Smith had made a record
on the traction problem ; a record
that fortunately existed, whether the
people had forgotten facts or not. He
restated that Smith, given a chance to
turn the traction problem over to city
control, had, instead, appointed two State
Making Rivals
rote for His Friend I
I
Hartnett, hail from Westbury, L. j? I
have agreed to vote' for Warner Baltazzi,
the Democratic nominee for Con- !
gress from the First district.
Topley, and McKenna have been un- j
decided for some time whether to vote j
for Baitazzi or for Robert Bacon, the I
Republican nominee. They challenged |
Hartnett for a pancake eating contra*,
and Hartnett agreed if they would ,
make their votes the stake.
The eating contest was held at <
Hesse's Hotel in West bury, and in
thirty-one minutes Hartnett had covered
himself with glory and his insldes
with pancakes. That, if anybody cares
to figure it out, is more than two pancakes
a mln tte.
J The hand that rules t
i pp (
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1879 '
h
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i! " whi
1 FrcncK handmade REO
} frocks . . 2.05
]? , ' you 1
( been
( angle
( Qmgham bloomer hand
( dresses . . 2.95
( own
r ' thinj;
> motlHand'knicted
carry
( sweaters . 3.25 carri;
J 1 we I
( I plctc
I' in N
( Eidcrdoun bunt pssist
| m{! ' 4 93 for >
I Blanket bath
robes . . 17 5
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Quilted silk robes
j> hand embroidered
J' I i to 2 years 4.75
1
TJESDAY. OCTOBER 3
commissions. one of which. Nixon's, iia<! |
tried to raise fares to eight cents. He '
tucplaiued the theory upon which the j
Transit Commission is working: the plan
to give the elty representstion on the
Hoard of Control. He turned fiercely
upon Hylan :
"That is what T call real home rule ]
as distinct from the fake brand oi I
home rule upon which the citizens of j
this town have been fed up for the last '
four years while itieir tax rate ha.- !
mounted from 2 9-100 per rent, to 2 79-100 1
per cent, on an almost doubled assess
right, the" right to have every minute I
of (lie time allotted to them to obtain
an education, und while the policemen
and tile firemen who daily offer their
jives to save the liveand property of
tiie citizens of this town have had every
request for an -increase of pay met with
Jeers.-''
He turned from Hylan Just long
enough to refer to Al Smith's say ins
that .Miller was the great fare raiser.
r~ hi* nui, lunirllna-)- 1 Hill :
piker compared to Mayor iJylan," let
commented.
Then he went hark to the Mayor and
related thai "curious hit of history"
which presents the Mayor Introducing
mi eight rent fare advocate from Bo?P?n
into the-sit nation and himself recommending
an Increased fare.
"T.ie had spirit was talking tliere."
<ul the (iovernor. "the same spirit, no
iont *. that was hovering ovo. Quackenl'uah
and MacKarland while they
v ere drafting the eight cent fare argument."
lie described the Mayor'i fumhies and
failures, abandonment of n construe,
tivc program and the result of four
years of ineptitude and political maneuvering.
Tlte Governor told the now
familiar story of what his Transit Commission
lui : done in a constructive wav
and predicted that his commission
would fairly soon restore good service
at a permanent five cent fare?saved by
hint, not Hylan or Smith.
CANDIDATES TO SPEAK
AT WOMEN'S MEETING
Candidates of all parties have been
invited bv the New York City League
of Women Voters to speak at a series
of Assembly district meetings in Manhattan.
Brooklyn, Queens and Th?
Bronx, ending in a rally in Richmond.
Two meetings will be lipid to-night
one at Public School 165 in 108th street.
HUDSON SI
FURS
Fashioned i
again favorc
Also we a
Nobby Jack
line effects.
At
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WEST 57TH ST.
he world of Children's Wear is t
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:N THE LILIPUTIAN BAZA
OMMENDS A BABY CARRIA
-nay be sure that that carriage
tested and inspected from
:s. You will find it light, easy
lie, fitted as luxuriously as y<
motor car, equipped with eve
; for the baby's comfort and
let's convenience. We do
every known make of b;
age and we don't want to ? 1
aclieve we have the most cc
assortment of good baby cartia
lew York. We arc always glad
: you in selecting the best c
'our needs.
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88est & Co.
Fifth Avenue at 35th Street
Established 1879
Charge purchases made today, will
appear on bills rendered December ist.
1, 1922.
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Where the Nominees
Will Speak To-night
GOVERNOR.
NATHAN L. MILLER ? Morris
High School. 1'ifitli street and
Boston road. Tin- Bronx.
ALFRED E. SMITH Liberty Halt,
138th street near 1/nox avenue;
Tammany Hall. Fourteenth street
near Third avenue.
UNITED STATES SENATOR.
WILLIAM M. CALDER -Rochester.
* *
DR. ROYAL S. COPE L AND?
Tammany Hull; Hamilton Community
Council, 50.3 West 11"th
street; University Forum, -03
West "Ninety-third street, and
359 West Ninety-seventh street, i
V
between Broadwa> and Amsterdam ave!
nue. at which Mi.su Mary tlarrett Hay.
i chairman of the league, will preside.
I and the other at the Bruce Library. ."Si
j West 179th slrcet. Among the .speakers
;ir me !"'nnnoi win nc .insure noncri
McC. Marsh. Surrogate John P. Cohalaii.
William Harmon Black. Alexander
Kahn, Walter M. Chandler, Samuel
Marx. Senator Nathan Straus, Jr., and
Miss (Jraco LePferts.
LUNN ASSAILS MILLER;
CALLS HIM ARISTOCRAT
In his speeches last night in The
Bronx Mayor George Lunn of Schenooi
tady, Democratic nominee for Dieuten|
ant-Governor, assailed iinv. Miller as
! in aristocrat, who does not believe in
' popular government, lie said in part:
"As an autocrat Gov. Miller is Very
impatient at the idea of having associates.
He insists that his administration
has made good: at the same time by
his action he declares tlml his co-administrators
are not fit for renomina tion.
Tie has never contended that
Charles Newton, the Attorney-General;
Jeremiah Woods, the Lieutenant-Governor,
Frank Williams, the engineer, or
John J. Lyons, the Secretary of State,
failed to make good in the administration
of their offices.
"Possessed with the idea of establish
EAL
into Coats and Wraps arc
rd by discriminating women,
re featuring Capes and
ets in blouse and straight
.
tractively priced
CLAR.KL
AND
WEINBERG
he trade mark of the j[
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The first store in
the uorfd for babies j j
j
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GE Qrosgrain bon>
nels . . 2.85 ! )
has 1
all !|
to Dur
Chinchilla coati
6.50 <
:ry- ,
the
>n't ; j
White corduroy I j
">ut coats . . 3.50 ' )
?m- , \
I to I j
>nc Kurscry chairs
hand Painted 9.75
Boys' wash suits
2.45 I
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Wool jersey suits I )
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' ins himself as the czar of Capitol If 111
1 ar.d Introducing autocracy into the prin- ,
; cipahty of Albany, he well knew the
resentment that would be aroused !
among the people, and that because of 1
this they would make short work with
; him when the time came for renontina|
lion. Therefore the direct primaries
I must be abolished In order that he could
1 control the convention. They wore
1 abolished at his command. His work
was well done."
I $kiksM
Droaaway
Tuesday Only ? ,
SAL!
250 Importe
Plaid Moi
11
I '
j Regularly so
*7 )ery comforta
Km/ able robes tl
motor trips dur
months. They <
did variety of
full s
Extra Heavy Imported
Robes, in beaver col
values, at . . . .
Camel's Hair Color M
Silk Plush Motor Robe:
Fur Motor Robes o
Seal, civet cat, natural
opossum tails, Siberi;
wombat. You coul<
motor robes, no matt
. you vie^
1 42.50 to
JMotor cApparel ci
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IWriMLi me
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: Saks & Company A
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j A cMost ^etita
j j 2,400 Men's S
Knitted
I! at
J : ' Regularly 2.(
: oA \ ERY FINE CC
perb quality silk grena
? : in the very desirable g
: : kind that will appea
> discriminatincr tintr
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f : A veritable host of
: : jacquard designs to el
: : color range includes p
. within the province c
: ; before have we offe
S j at 1.35.
i i
Comfortable !
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Special at
The muffler you have
in this choice offerin
made of good quality s
effects, and look the p
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Is | & 1
I jj Bro.idway
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Fall Fabrics Arrived!
Prices Still $80 ar.<l $90.
LOUIS BERG
Tailor to The Tour Thousand
743 FIFTH AVENTB
lonqratty
at 34th Street
. w . , II
v rviost important
E of
d All-Wool i
tor Robes
>50 /
Id at 16.50
ble and service'
lat are ideal for f j
ing the Winter
come in a splencolorings,
and
izes.
English Mohair Motor
or. Really wonderful
16.50
otor Robes . 20.00
s . 30.00 to 50.00
f Raccoon, Hudson 8 \
I muskrat. Australian
in Dog, marmot or ?
i not ask for finer
er from which angle S
.v them
250.00 _
Dept., Sixth Floor
nnouncc for Today
: :
rkablc Sale of : I
ilk Grenadine j;
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Cravats
,35 !!
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10 and 2.50
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ELECTION of sudine
knitted cravat? j :
raduated shape?the
1 instantly to men of
a
stripes, figures and
loose from, and the
ractically every thing
>f good taste. Never
red such neckwear : !
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Street Floor
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Silk Mufflers j j
3.95 j I
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g today. They arc I j Jy
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