The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on September 30, 1923 · Page 7
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THIS BHOOKLYX DAILY EAGLE. SEW YOHK. Sl'MUY. bEl'TEMUEK :;o. A V TTEE BMAN "MMEALSBESCH Faith Andrews of Brooklyn Elected to State Croup, Mac-hold Answers Smith. Supremo Court Justice Irving Lehman of New York, Democratic nominee for Associate) Judgo of the . '.""ourt of Appeals, was Indorsed by the Republican State Committee yesterday afternoon. Justice Lehman was placed In nomination by former Senator Nathaniel Elsberg. Ersklne Rogers of Washington seconded the nomination and said a word for the friends of Henry T. KelloRg, who had hoped to see Mr. Kellogg get the nomination this year. "We. trust that Henry T. Kellogg will bo the nominee two years hence." said Mr. Kofrrrs. In addition to nominating a candidate for the Court of Appeals the Republican State Committee elected Sarah Schuyler Butler as vice chairman to assist George K. Morris, chairman. The executive committee of the State Committee was augmented to Include Faith Andrews of Brooklyn and a number of other women. H. Edmund Muchold, Speaker of the Assembly, addressed the meeting and gave answer to the charges made by Governor Smith on Friday nigh to the effect that the Repub lican Assembly was nothing more than a group of "obstructionists." Mr. Machold waa vigorously applauded at the conclusion oC his speech. Bare Kucraols Campbell. William R. Daves was elected a member of the state Committee yesterday to succeed Marcus B. Campbell, who -relinquished his leadership L'?h.Jd A- D- wn,"n he bocame Federal Judge. Mr. Machold. In his speech, gave the reasons why the Republican majority In the Assembly refused to permit the passage of Governor Smith's entire program. He took up each piece of Democratic legislation and explained why It was or was not acceptable ,tn the liepnbllcan party The Speaker said that Governor Smiths reason for doing so much f1"1"!? during the recent session of the Legislature was so that he might make the people forget the $23,000,-000 increase In appropriations. Speaker Machold declared that if the Democrats were going to use the defeated portions of the Smith legislative program aa arguments during the campaign, the Republicans would have to be able to explain to the people why these portions of the program were defeated. ftOVEItXOR TO LKCTTHF. Governor Alfred E. Smith will be one of 15 lecturers who are to Rive a course tn practical politics at Columbia t'niverstty tNs fall. Gov. Smith will di-al with 'The Work of the Governor." The second lecturer will le Morris Hlllqulst, Socialist leader, whu will dlwuss "The Work of Minor Parties." He will be followed by Wayne U. Wheeler, general counsel for the Anti-Saloon League, whose topic Is "Pressure Groups." TO START BUILDING NEW CONEY STREETS DURING NEXT MONTH liy Its action authorizing an auction sale under condemnation proceedings to clear the buildings standing wi;hln Ihc lines of the "Klegelmann-Coney lsluml Street Plan," the Sinking Fund Commission last Friday cleared the last obstacle frflm the path of immediate action to bring this pet plan of the Uoro President's into realization. It also marks the end of a bitter fight against it on the par, of owner of this property who nave long en-Joyed lucrative amusement places where the newly widened streets will cut through from Burf ave. to" Hlegel-mann Boardwalk on the ocean front. Mors than half a million dollars worth of old ramshackle structures will pass Into oblivion when the work of street construction begins next month. Title to the property has been vested In the city and Tloro President ltlegelmsnn has already served notice that following the close of the regular Coney Island business season the new street plan will l,c pushed. He states that the sewer, sidewalk and curbing construction will lKin as soon ns the buildings are removed The streets to he extended so us to provide free and open access to the boardwalk from Surf ave. include West 8th, 10th, 12th, 15th, Irtth. J nth 14th. 27th. Mth. 3tn. ttst and SSth sts. and Stiltwvll ve. These streets will be o and 10 feet wide, with a 100-foot width for Htlllwell ave. It was charged by many Coney Island business men whose amusement places fall within the condemnation proceedings that the Boro President h id usrd his office and In-mi-etv to Increase the value of property of the Coast Holding Com-ttaicn hi represents as counsel. District Attorney Huston islt year commenced an Investigation Into charges that Riegelmann had received money from Iiils Stauch. whose famous restaurant and cabaret will he on the corner of W. nth st. when the street plan I accomplished. This "petered out" and resulted In no action. A bitter tight waged against the adoption by the Hoard of tsn-mate of this plan was marked by many charges at public hearings which wsxed heated against the Boro President msny times. Throughout the storm he remained silent "and proceeded with the advaaca of the I lan. 1 WindowShades CUSTOM MADE Cenuiae Americas HoTuJ. itt fmt colon, besomed ndes. Sot as &!. to 34i7 measured tad huss,.. QJL CB of Phant for 0r RtpnstaUk. Yo are uader aa oUiytHoo. ; BOROUGH WINDOW SHADE V AWNING CO. 199 FUtbash Art. 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AS a sincere "Thank You" to those who have, by their patronage, made possible our long-continued success, and as an invitation xl to those who have not yet experienced the profitableness of. shopping here, we announce something previously unheard of at start of a season Women's, Misses and Girls Apparel sold without profit at the same price we paid in the wholesale markets! N WE ST FALL APPAREL P1RICED AT COST! Finest Hats At Cost! While Quantity Lasts! We have included many import 'opi:o In the mos: Individual styles known to fashion I Rich Silk Velvet!, Baiters' Plush, etc., in all hedes of the hour I 4 Rich Blouses At Cost! While Quantity Lasts! Bewitching creatlcni of Silk Lace!, heavily mbroidered Crepe Eilkt, etc. The lengthy ovnb'ouM style, in tottume effect, predominates; nlto or-nctely emboued Velveteen Jacquettet. I While Quantities Last! Three Lots of Finest CO A TS at Cost! Fur Collar Sport Coats Elaborate Fur-Trim'd Coats Richest Fur-Trim'd Coats Great, big roomy models of soft woolen plaids and stripes, with fur collars of Natural Opossum, Caracul or Red Fox. Also self-collared effects. All sizes. Every coat fully lined! 13-75 New Winter Coats of soft', silk-finished Truvenette, with great collars of Beaver, Squirrel, Wolf or Fox and others with both collars and cuffs of furl 39 .75 The aristocrats of the coat world! Highest order of luxurious coatings, most exclusive models and immense collars, cuffs and borders of rich furs ! 69 .75 Junior Apparel at Cost! t High Class Sport Coats-Many with Fine Fur Collars ! For Girls 6 t : 14, and fot Juniors 13 to 19 V Correctly tailored garments of the new soft woolen over olaids. lullv lined, cut wide and full some with new-styl self collars, others with Natural Opossum collars. Also warm, plaid-back Herringbones of extraordinary attrac tiveness. ' 98 Fine Dresses While Quantity Lasts! Girls 9 Dresses Of Serge and Wool Crepe! Canton Crtpet, Crepe de Chine, Wool Crept! and Poiret Twills, beautifully pan tied, embroidered and tunic effect. Sites 12 to 17. 12 .75 All-wool navy terse dreracs with applique wcrk, color em broidery. AlufVool Crepe Dresses in Navy, Brown and brighter shades, with contreM lug embroidery. SUci 6 to 4m Tailored Suits At Cost! While Quantity Lasts! IS-75 Mad: of he Tin it Tv.il' fashi:ned with a. care worthy th' highe t cost crepe tilk lined f nd interlined I All i ires for Women and Mitccs. Silk Frocks at Cost! Wonderful Choice of Models for Every Occasion in These Two Great Croups! High Class Frocks While Quantity Lasts! mis Exclusive Frocks While Quantity Lasts! '75 m r Record-breaking values! New mode dresses of the new Silk Puckerette, of lustrous Satins, Crepe Silks, Twills, etc. It is difficult to conceive of such loveliness at this price ! New faihion originations that carry an indefinable elegance! Highest grade Canton Crepes, Satin Cantons, Char-meuse and finest Twills. Many one-of-a-kind models ! 131

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