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10 BRIDAL ADIEU
THl 1VBNINQ WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL It, 1011.
WARNED BY HODGE US' S
DEATH, MISS MOISANT
WILL QVIT FLYING.
IN AUTO SMASHUP
Bride of C. A. Dana Leaves
Atlanta Without Knowing
of Accident to Sister.
ATf.ANTA, Oa.. April 11. While
eaee.ling to tlir Terminal Station to bid
tar-rll tn Mr. and Mr. Charte A.
Dana of New Vnrk, elio acre marrleri
WeSne.itay night In Atlanta. Ml-. Leone
Ladeon, eliter of the bride, and Mr.
Jack ton T. Dick, "tit nf the If i known
vauni man uf the city, were thrown
from an automobile, whan It cruahed
Into a Tole at trc MflMf of Currier and
Pearhtree atreota. Tne mautilne wan
darnnllKhad. Iloih wrre hrulael and
ahaken up In th fall to inn pavement.
Mlaa I.ii'Uon was badly hurt, hut the
SaX'tore at tha 81 Jaaeph'g Infirmary,
ahere aha waa . .irru, my aba la gat
ting along wall and win anon recover.
At one time of tha accident the ma
chine waa being rhaaed by k ollreman
n motorcycle, bell h waa nalng left
fgr behind when the amaahup occurred.
Tha policeman deelaree tha automobile
waa going at lenat fifty mllea an hour
Mlaa Ladeon had acted ae maid of
honor at the wedding of her alater, and
waa an tier way to arc the bridal couple
off on the midnight train to New York.
Mr, and Mra. Dana left without know
ing of the accident.
WKAT Itlll WOKAS ODWI
end man ton. for that matter, la that
the IS-nage Joke Hook whlnh goes with
the Hunday World la juat about tha
rlevereel thing ever given with a newa
paper. A NBW one next Sunday. Don't
forget to order from newsdealer In
fl BBS ' ' 'Basal
FOR STRIKE, BUT
HOPE FOR PEACE
Ninety-three Per Cent. Favor
Walk-Out Unless Railroads
Come to Terms.
JERSEY AUTO TREATY
PUTS LAUGH ON US
Reciprocity Hinds a Hitch in Cullen
Law Requiring; New York
z Chauffeur Licenses.
TRKXTON, April 11. It haa Juat bean
dlacovered that there, la ji rift In tho
lute of the new reciprocity law which
Blve.' New York automobile free entry
Into the'moaqulto comraonmyalth. Under
the eonetructlon of the new law. New
York chatieura will not be permitted to
enter Not Jeraey unrleaa they provide
thmev,n with a New Jeraey Hoenae.
The fault la not New Jersey's, how
over. Under the Callan law In New
York Stat", no foreign chauaur can op
orate a ear without a New York llcenaa.
Tly New Jeraey law preaciibee reel
rnrlty and pro1dea therefore that as
a Near Jeraey chauffeur cannot come
Into New York Atate without a New
York llcetiae, ao cannot a New York
chauffeur come into New Jeraey with
out ,i New Jeraey llrenae.
T: ill technicality doea nut apply to
WICHITA FAIJJ5, Tea., April 11.
Mlaa Mathlldu Molaant. a woman avia
tor, haa announced that on tho com
pletion nf BSf exhibition In th: ettjr
aha will rot Ire permanently from the
"My ralatlvea have been urging me tn
quit fur some time," oald Mlaa Molaant,
"and the other day. when I learned of
the death of TV Rodgerf, I made up
my mind to give aviation up. 'Cat'
Rodger waa probably the moat careful
aviator thl country haa aver aeen. lie
took every poaalble precaution and yet
It 'got him."
"It erema to me that It 'gete every
one who etnya with It long enough, and
I'm going ,o atop. I think the Molaant
family already h,n contributed enough
to the aclenc of aviation."
The full repreaantatlon of fifty of the
Brotherhood oommlttee waa completed
to-day with the arrival of the laat ten
delegate of the Brotherhood of En
glnoera. Tho counting of the ballota for
and agalnat atrtk on tho fifty roada
eaat of Chicago and n rth of Virginia
will aoon be flnlehed. All day yeateroay
tha rouir progriiaarcl, with the- vota al
moat unantmoim for atrlka If the rail
roada do nrrt coma to terma.
Chief Htone. wlnlln refualiig tn dteruea
the proiifiiiinu of a rtrlke until the
count la complete. eertaln, hi are tha
chairmen of t li" nrg.iiiijntlnri of the dif
ferent eyateme, that the vote will allow
at leaat 93 per cent of the Ilrotherhood
non to bo In favor of a walkout.
The hvteet move of oom of the rall
roada. Including tho Fenneytvmnln, ayo
tem. In offering the Brotherhood com-
mfrtteee on thoee ayateme a settlement on
the haala nf the demand already made,
but on condition that the man withdraw
from the Joint conference and gr back
to t'ia old method of each road oetttlng
with It own man, la (he chief topic of
dlaouaalon among the chairmen 1n the
lollbv of the Broadway Central Hotel.
Tha ohoJrmen of the organisation
connected with th roads making the
offer aeoff at th Idea of their dlvlaton
withdrawing from the Joint conference,
and any the man would walk out rather
2148-2150 THIRD AVENUE, JAUrr.
TH. Lai-iest Exclusive Mminery Hoaae In the City
dial. - - - aTnaaaa aftlUAA A aba
Oar Price O
I Have Again Taken Fan Charge
rutin n. utiytLiviAni
AM Our I7.M
All Oar 11.41 atsd tl.M aq.
c tandren's School Hat at ifo
AM flat 1 .41
.00 Dress Shapes at
Spring Fashion Says "White'
All authorities agree that this is to be a "white season" for footwear and
as Blyn Stores always anticipate every move of fashion, the superb as
sortments we have prepared reflect the splendid facilities of this practical
organization, which for nearly a half century has led each new season
with a display of the favored ideas of the hour. White it is then and
you will find in each of our Ten Big, Best Stores handsome novelties in
white buckskin, canvas and kid not a sprinkling, mind you but big,
broad lines of the newest and best.
The Popularity of Blyn Prices
is firmly fixed, known and appreciated by thousands
of families who, from father to son, mother to daugh
ter, have dealt with us, known us, and believe in us.
The Blyn principles have always been baaed on fair
dealing and full values to all
tvsjac no. vvo'2
ladies' white buckskin button
boot of especially graceful and at
tractive design. One of this sea
son's smartest and most favored
styles. Abo in tan calf.
Tan Russia Oxford also in patent
and gun metal. Comfort, wear
and economy combined in this rest.
iui ana nyjjienic, correct
form shoe for little folks.
Sizes 5 to 8,
Sizes 8S to If.
tall . ; . af
Style No. 1S51
UJics' whllt buckskin
. Colonial Pump with
.buckskin buckle. A
imirl effect tint
TEN BEST STORES
SHOES IN EVERY GRADE.
34 Are. 1224 Si.
II Oi I
I i I
lii ! I
J-4T '", BaTalTa
Children's and Misses' tan calf.
high cut button boot. A very
handsome design and one of the
smartest effects of the Spring sea
son. Children' sizes 8 K- to M, $1.75
Miaaes' sizes 11 to 2 $2.00
Ladies' (Style No. 774A),
sizes 2yt to 6... $2.50
M Av.. Mtk a IMi
24 Ao- 1MU A
W EST END i
h Are a4 27lbSl.
Kb Ave., 3th aiui 40tk Sla.
tXl-Ui Woat 12Sta St.
BrtaaVir.bet Park Ave.
and EJiory Street.
PukenSl, Oae. A, AS.
BNmit, a. Greea At.
Ill I lit E. 714 St.
t!ian a-rr Iniirari MlnlaT the ron
ilUoOJI JiUfl d.ia n.
The arntlTm-nt innriti): the ehSJrlMM I
Hmt Oirre will bt no Strike, all of them
believing um railroad msnaiifSj when
n'H,lfl-.l of tho ote, will r.hio) to terma
r.ithi-r than alluw the HHIaOOII to qurt
Heoiriary sulllvati of thS Railway
Tto.ni of Manaajtrs I uj of the Hf
and no ono In hi off '. c wo'ihl give n
(rotattea aa io the rsasofl for a C'mfer
once which la to he OSM If tho mana
ger Ifi lata city on -prll 14,
It la hinted that the RaHwa Roard le
la crwulder a move to checkmate Grand
Oh lei Htone and prevent MM fr.m call
ing a alrllie. The BhglBtori y the
eonfoTOaOS I for the jurponn of fo.-mu-Killn
a oouiiler prtftoillon and (hat tha
railroad, aa Indicated hy Otfonl mad
the Inina)'lvanla nrvglnoi re, nrc corurld
ring the ahaiMlonment of IhOlr unf
vorahlo ' iii ndo and proimi ing to deal
with the men who hiindln the throttle
At tho lallioad liejwhiuai toi a It waa de
nied that a conference waa to l held.
II la known that the rallroada are
making every effort to check up the
toleoTaphera, ohopmen ami nr-men, and
that grave feir are entertained that If
Oilcf Htone ahould poatpono calling the
ngliierra out until the llremon and
teloKniplior prraent Ihclr demand It
would reult In a oomhlnatlun of force.
It la admitted In railroad ntrcle and
confidently aeaortcd by Ihe engineer
that If thl condition Blionld arlae every
rvxtem In the dlatrlot nffectml would lo
romplelely tied up and the railroad
could not move a wheel.
:hlef Hlrnrrn refuge to' aay whether or
not he really ha an understanding; with
the firemen and englnemen. Some of
the chairmen oar thle la a prt of hla
Jprogrumme fn- parrying on fhe fight.
''hlof atone -til! Inaleta he hold thu key
I to the altimtlofi and oan forco tho rall-
roaiie to tnoal the demands.
This Girl Recovered
Tti mn kri of r w , a itavativa
which la tjnlnir nn mueh tofirl for Coniumr
KMo.MlIf In receipt of rn'u
wonrlerrm reports of cure brouitht about
olely ihrtiuRh the im of thle metHclnn.
The rltortl art, alwttya at thf romma'nrl
of any one tnfrreeted, n4 mruty of th
writ ore In llnlr itratltudM hive suiritfsr I
that Ilk'' enffrrn errlle filreri and learn
what it dUl for them. Here la one apecl
nieu: 4 21 ftonnrl Ave.. Aurora, III,
"Oenttetnn I Pardon me for not wrltlna;
ooner, but 1 wanted to een If 1 would etny
cured. I oan now truthfully y I em per
fectly well. Never fetlt better In all my
Mfe. wieh to expreea my heart f(lt thanke.
1 nver have any pain, ho rough, no night
eweaM. no hay fever. Wnre a, rhlld of two
yertra t have heen Mini: with lung1 trouble,
which a-rew wort aa 1 grew older. At Ike)
ffe of fourteen the floctor anld If I couM
not be eent South 1 would aurely die nf
coneAimptlon. 10 very winter J would be eur
tn have either Bronehltafl, Pleurlay or Pneu
monla. t had Typhold-Pneuinonla one
time. I had catarrh of the etoraach and
bowede end had ltay Pwrer for the laat few
yean; but have not anyffVnkt- of the kind
"I will anewer an lettere eent to me. tak
ing: e hletory of my oaea, from any one
Buffering from lung trouble.
"I remain with many thnnka to you,
your grateful friend.'
filmed Affidavit ICTTA PUATU.
Three year later reporte etlll well.
l-Jckninn a Alterative 1a effective in Bron
chltle, Aathme, J!ay Fever; Throe t end
l.uiiK Troublca, end In upbuilding the eya
tim, Doea not contain polaona. oplatea or
habit forming druge. For aale by al) liege
man at)d Hiker drug etrre and other laxd
lng drugvlata. Aek for booklet of cured
oaea and write to Dckmin laboratory,
Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence.
No Deposit on These Specials
(Up to SIS Worth)
oa $100 Worth
o4 mount in
10 Discount to Cash Customers
tittm Mahogany finish frames, strongly
" sJUiic made, well polished and neatly carved.
Bj g aw Silk plush cushions, either red or green.
I tJ 5f Exceptional value you would think it
cheap at $30 or $35.
tafJwgtE aCV W ey!3cWr aBi''DefW
Well worth S4. Very neat In de
list! ind very strongly made. Same
white enamel u uied on the best
Iron beds. Head board 50 In. hif-h,
foot 44 Inches. Iron, Brass and
Wooden Beds of every description.
Sanitary bedding, mads In our
A Few Specials
"Old Fashioned" Rag Carpet, yard, 45c
Ingrains, per yard 49c
Tapestry Brussels, per yard 69c
Velvets, per yard l.iS
Ssvonneries, per ysrd .i.39
Wilton Velvets, per yard It 49
Every kind of floor covering In
endless variety and no charts for
measuring, sewing, lining or laying.
f 4.65 Centre Table
Either oak or mahogany finish ;
34-Inch round top. Heavy turned
legs wirn orass icei
snd glass balls.
FM er ofTtw
Mahogany finish. The door
shows beautiful train. Stromrlv
mads and nicely finished through-
or oT vrb w1'
. ...'aUI uresser.
'"trimo enamel n m
ear , s ; t
Golden Oak or $18' 25
Take your pick,
Everything for Housekeeping
Let Us Open a
liberal Credit or
10 Off for Cash
Juat aa You Prefer
Prices Marked tn Plain Figures on Every Article
Cowperthwait & Sons
Park Row S Chatham Sq.
193 to 205 Park Row
2212 io 2224 Third Avenue (Cor. t2tt SL)
WBsm See Page 5 tor Friday's Specials in
Our MAIN 8eitfdbi7-
"The Big Store'
TWO MAMMOTH BUILDINGS
Blame a Success for This:
The Bargain-Basement in our MAIN Building, which was opened a fortnight ago with
lower-priced merchandise from both buildings, proved such an OVERWHELMING SUC
CESS that we now find it necessary to give over ALL this space to the MAIN Building good.
And Now the GREENHUT Building Will Have a
Of Its Own
Devoted Exclusively to Lower-Priced Lines
of "Everything for House and Garden"
Furniture, Carpets and Rugs, Draperies and Upholsteries,
Framed Pictures and Oil Paintings, China and Glassware,
Kitchen Furnishings, Bathroom Supplies, Garden Implements, Etc.
This new feature of the GREENHUT Building will be inaugurated, tomorrow, with
hundreds of bargains in the very Roods that so many people are vitally interested in at
present. Only a partial list of the bargains is printed here. And please remember that
very often the biggest bargains are not advertised because of limited quantities.
Do cor air d Porcelain Table Ware, Choice, at 10c
Values up to 25c ; included are tea cupa and saucers,
open vegetable dishes, fruit bowls, meat dishes,
$11 Dining Tablee. $8.75
Plain oak; 40 inches in diameter; round top;
pedestal base; hi feet extension.
50c Decorated Terra Cotta Wall
Decorated Chine Were; choice, et 7c
Incudine plates. Bowls, cream
lues. etc. Values up to 15c.
25c Pressed Glass Table Tumblers,
10c Engraved Bohemian Glass
Tumblers, eacn, oe
(2.50 Rich Cat Glass Berry Bowls.
$2J0 Rich Cat Glass Water Jugs,
i $10 White Enameled Bedsteads, $8
18.60 While fcnameiea aea-
$6.50 White Enameled Bed
J2.M Dintnff Chairs. $1.50
Solid oak: cane seat; heavy box
$2.75 Dining Chairs, $1.85
Solid oak: box frames: seats up-
I bolstered and covered with best
I oracle leatherette.
I $1.25 Brace-Arm Dining Chair, 95c
Uolden-oaK nnisn; cane seats.
S2.50 Llvine Room Tablee. $1
l incnee squaroj iurnu
golden-oak or tariy tnguan nnian.
$8.50 Solid Oak Cbirroniers, $6
With gallery back.
$9.50 Oak Chiffoniers, $7.25
French plate bevelled mirror.
S22 Solid Oak Buffets. SIS
iiiateeftrr4 r Ir f IVtnf rthlonn
I . -". " " wB
I shaped mirror in too part: ruDoed
I inH nnliahed I one larse drawer
land two email ones.
$21 China Closets, $1540
Marie nf esdld oak : thraa wooden
I shelves; wooden back.
$20 Sideboards, $15
Solid oak; email sire mirror:
medium size base; golden color and
$22 China Ooeet, $16.50
Made of solid oak; three wooden
shelves; wooden back.
$11 Dining Tablee, $8.75
Made of plain oak: 40 inches in
diameter: round top and pedestal
base; feet extension.
Remnants of 50c and 60c Printed
In m- to 10-yard lengths.
Remnants 30c aad 50c Oilcloth 15c
$340 Japanese Matting Rugs, size
$15.50 Velvet Rage, size 9x12, $11225
$22.50 Axmlnster Rngs, size 9x12,
These Axminstera sre slightly
$19.50 Axmlnster Rugs, size 8.3x 1 0 ;
Slightly mismatched, $10.75
$1.50 Velvet Hug, size 27x54, 95c
$1.65 (Ui-yd) Remnants of Body
Brussels and Axmlnster Carpets, a
46c Velvet and Axmlnster Hassocks
$8.75 Axmlnster Rage, size 36x70,
28c Corn Floor Broom, 15c
65c Aluminum Frying Pan, 25c
8-inch diameter; long handle.
60c Colored Pictures, 19c
la deep gilt frames.
Photograph Framee, 7c
To fit cabinet size photographs.
Colored Landscapes, 79c
In 2-Inch gilt frames; each e
$3.50 Pictures Painted Over m!
Size 12x18; gilt and gold-bur I
15c to 18c Fancy Fish Net, a yd.. Sc.
Slightly imperfect; in Colonial, I
mission and floral effects; these are
seconds" of a maker's regular 15c
to 18c kinds.
15c Cross-Bar Scrim, 7c
Sheer quality; three styles.
95c Scrim Curtains, 65c
In white or srabe; made of a spec-1
islly good quality scrim, with a double
hem border; hemstitched.
$2.50 Muslin Bed Sets. $1.85
A sample line in white and colors.
$3.50 Mercerized Armure Portieres,
Fringed and bordered effects.
$1.25 Couch Covers, 95c
Fringed all around.
$9.50 White Enameled Chiffoniers,$7 1
With gallery backs.
$11 Chiffoniers, $0.50
With French plate mirrors.
$19.50 Brass Bedsteads, $12
$8.50 Brass Bedsteads, $5.50
$25 Brass Bedsteads, $1440
$22 Brass Bedsteads, $13
25c Food Chopper, 19c
Will cut fine, medium or coarse.
75c Heavy Tin Wash Boiler, 45c
With a genuine copper bottom.
$$ Living Room Rockers, $1.96
Golden-oak finish; cane seats; broad arms; high,
comfortable backs; extra heavy construction.
$740 Genuine Oil Paintings, $345
In deep gilt and gold-bumlshed frames; glass snd
A Remarkable Spring Sale of
Inexpensive Dining-Room Furniture
LOOK AT THE DINING TABLE ILLUSTRATED note its high-class, dig
nified, substsntisl, quietly elegant style; it's the kind of table you
ALWAYS associate with a price UPWARD OF $30. Our former LOW
RECORD PRICE was $20; through an advantageous pur- $
PRICE W " bl 10 flr "(omMrow AVAY UNDER 'J2.50
This table has 42-Inch round top: 6-ft. extension : pedestal base, clew
feet; 1 1 is in golden oak or Early English finish; solid qusrtered oak iopa(
Again look at the illustretton; road the sped ffca Hons, compare WITH
THIS PRICE aad ect quickly I
And Also These GREENHUT Building Items:
$30 Oak Dining Tables,
$4 Quartered Oak
$39 Oak China
$30 Oak SMeboarda, $20
$18 Oak u arrets a is
$36 Oak Buffets $24
$80 Sideboards $60
$50 Dining Tablee, $39.50
$80 Crystal Closets.. $60
$32 Sideboards $34
$35 SMeboarda $27
$50 Sideboards $40
$9.75 Rich Cat Glass lee
Cream Trays. . . . $6.96
$22.50 Luxuriant Axmln
ster Ruga-... $16.75
28c Scrim Curtalnlngs,18c
Substantial Screen Doors
vsls. up to $1.10, 75c
SSe Window Screens, 19 c
All Known Selling Records Broken in This Mammoth Sale of
Tmjsgur. "Cleanable" Refrigerators
At the beginning of this PHENOMENAL sale, house-, COME and pick out YOUR refrigerator TOMOB.
f tv ' ; a . i is . . t '
holders were here before the doors wore opened The
salesforce had to be TREBLED. Even then, they did
not have to "SELL" it waa all ibey could cope with
to MEKtLT BUWK. UKUbKS
"UW even If VOU Shall not need It far annikar ,.n.b
We will hold for later delivery. DON'T MISS THIS
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITYFOR ANY CONSIDER.
By noon yesterday we had MORE THAN DOUBLED.,?' ifcapVaf. ViMIXlSKiAAf "'u?i ?!lJ
ANY PREVIOUS DAY'S SELLING RECORD. knd DISTINCT NEW Itli iMOnFlS ocrKAIE
S14.Z5 "Lin-Cover" Style Refrigerator
WHITE "PORCELOID" lining; 44 inches
Inn morrow C ly W '12
n 1 1 i
$22.75 Side-leer" Style Re
"PORCELOID" lining; 44
inches high; ice capacity
80 lbs.; lomor-MOJCQ
Same Style WHITE "POR
CELOID" lining; SO in.
high; ice capacity about
$16.75 "Lift-Cover" Style Refrigerator
jop rvawaaviir lining; 4fl inches
, ivv vapaeiiy wu IDS.; to-
$17.25 "Aparimeat-House" Refrigerator
WHITE "PORCELOID" lining; 52 inches
high; ke capacity about 90 Iba. ; to- $-a f
morrow; at XsJ
(OBggWHUT BaSdlM. SUla Fleer.)
lining; 54 inches high;
Ice capacity about 200 lbs. :
regularly $41.90; $ofr
tomorrow, at tie)
$22.75 "Apartment House" Refrigeralae
WHITE "PORCELOIDiininV Wch,;
high; Ice capacity 130 lba.: to- ar J!
1 iublTWuSnwSh Purchases Before 12 o'Cloti