TBI EVENING WORLD, WE DNI8D AT, APRIL 17, 1912.
SAYS CITY HALL
' IS A FIRE TRAP
Op His Report Many Changes
in the Old Structure Are
to De Made.
of tha atmrtitra, for thin I tha Wirt
Ipclorml h- tha former UN QblM t"
ba tjatirnm Ht rere'ltly lnp-I"t
Interior aparrw lntwn 111 clllnga f
tta aacond floor and thr roof nnd df
claral that thy contained u ' forrHt
of Under wood "
Jdnltnr Hm mi.l a i!Bla report I
to the Honing i Pi MdMI In which It
took exception to the Mitament ' the
Fin Ctitcf ni
Ijreil that no danger
SAYS DAUGHTER CURSED HER
wra. Iiairn irm oiin wwwww I m fjffi
Would IIhtc rl Mr Prnm llmiif, ,
Hal i: not 1 : i for hrr mother lew i
Mr. OaorfU Cc IMMI, wldo.w M i'.nin
I.. MMahi a wealthy celluloid mnnuf.n
ti'rrr. tert.fWI hi fore .lustier WwW bel'If 1
anl a jury In the Hunremei Court to-day,
hr huaMtiil revoral vettm befow lila
death would have cnt out frim hi,
liu-rr Mlaa Orac Ci Batoh, m on I
Midi now the OtlM ln-n'-tl' lat y undii
hi. Will Mm Hatch la ailing to break
My daughter atayed out late at night
and when ehe came ImNM an.l I re
proved hrr. atir rurrrd me." Mr. ItaU-ti
teatlfled. ller father heard hrr one
nigilt and wanted to rend her away
from home, hut I would not lat him.
If I had only let her go then all would
have been well."
Tha widow then told of h
daughter aimed her to lie all
Holon1nird:il' Aavluin. Tt
the mother a Ini-accratlnn In ti
him that the will In favor 'f Ml
waa exemite.l. Mr. Halrh if 0 1
rmer Flv Thief Kdwarfl ' roker ,
rondemnrd the old City Hall build-
taa a Are trap liable lo tuini hi any
Hla report li In the hinla of
gugh I'reildent McAneny. 10 nai
attnalva IrrrprovainenU, haji-
tflg Is maV the fine old Mrurtur flre
yrf And reatore Ita former Interior
aXIgn. changed during the proreaa of
rapgtr work following a fire yrara nu
viito tha roof an dth etow,r wire d
Tfca change, to be made by t'realdent
Mc many will Include the ahollahmt of
ha apart'. ue uuartcr" of .fanllr.r John
Hy h on tha top Horn For more than
fjl rean. living apartment havf been
pro Idtd thare for the caretaker, of tha
trii-ture. fnder all for ner admlnlatra
tlo from the origin of the building the
Cltr 1UI1 hai tan undar tha lyraonal
car of luatoJIana. It never having
baas deemed aafa to leave the building
unguarded nlgnt or day. It houaea
palntlnfa anil rcllrp of hlatorlr
whlrh never I'oiild tie replaced.
nltor Ityan haa been notified to
I other quarlera for hla family, the
ufti Frerldent making provtalon to
feata tha anliry of the Janitor from
to l. (no to rnhe him to pay
I etaawhar. Janitor Ityan dnelaraa
'ha Will be unwMe to nnd aullajili
Ifgra for hla family near the City
Inaamurh aa lie ta alwata on
While houaed In the city Hall, he
kirful that during hla enforced aJ-
n the event of chunKlng rguar-
tara the old Hall will not be guarded
Irtjrmar Chief Croker male the In
apagtlan of the building at the reijuaat
tt Jfraaldant McAnrny, who enntem
platoa malting the alteration In ao-
cordBnce with plana aa originally
dratn far tha t'lty Hall. Mm. Kuaaell
ajT. who defrayed the coat of ra
modal ling tha leovernor'a Room, hla
da) ) till 3t,o00 now towards tha coat
of gtaklag the more entenalva rhangea
gg)dVlha flraprooflnii of tha upper part
TWO WORKERS' LIVES COST
THE N. Y. ANTRAL $46,000.
K. r the ln of her h'Ubanfl a Jury In
Ihg Supronie Ccntrt In White Plain a '
lerday gave l;.1.MJ damage to Marie
lyaickl. who had mini the New York
Central Btltrngit, lattrtekta n rar in-
rpector, wna klll"d In the company'
v.irda In Mntt Hnv.n on Kf-pt. 9, 1911.
Hi and Alwln l.orini, anolh-r Inapec
tor, wero at aork on a car when A
IWlttl enclnc rjirrmd It. Both man
werr killed. 1orrim'a wid.iw got a
rdlct eeernl d iya .n;o.
17 Minutes from Grand
Central to A. & S.
Private Subway Station
Hoyt Street Direct.
20 Minutes Jersey City
to A. & S. tabway Station.
by Tunnel & Subway.
FAMOUS S THURSDAY BARGAINS OF THIS STORE
a a &
klrafeld Off n Knrope.
Florena .liifelil Jr. will nail lo-mor-w
on the Drome Washington. He
III go direct to liondon to Join A. ta
Erlanger a.-id after a wek' vlait tncre
will go lo 1'arla and other conllnenl.il
lUtgd In aearih of noveltlea f ir hla
PaWM on tha New York Theatra roof
Hemmed Bath Towels, 15c. Ea.
SPLENDID QUALITY, Inrgc sto. pure whit'
nomtnetl Turkish Path Towels, n'Rut tr 18c. kind,
about mouai tiw a day's selling, at 15c. each.
Odd lot of Decorative Linens, consisting of hand em
broidered and lace trimmed Doilies, Centerpieces,
Tea Cloths and Scarfs; all more or less soiled: prices
werr'ic to 18.75, now Sc. to $4.M each
Mi l Hour. ntr. K.l Hui.ln.
Half Pound Canisters
Ocm Warn ouf Credit Terms:
m him.V 7.30 " " 10.
aTmB 1 Sr'ml hal, KO .
BB BBSJi i li,,., ,ii, .uTrVA I AV.1IXMJ. I
I 7 k:,: tKt.'.VnV:
I WPg BM I l.naniellril vSjBV MI'FS
- 'X I celhrr BglBk
g 2 g M SB Orrmier HtdBk
I W tiMiita4 4(ane(halra Kirilll x. VOL
I fMMIdMUVttl n ii. DUtlatk a fKSi hair. 1&5S
InlM. garaTheaat. o3d In Owe a.ll.-iure. '" till, mi, TgjdH
$2.69to$3.98 Comfortables, $!.Q8
FULL SIZK, figured silkoline and cambric covered,
cotton filled ComfortHbk's that were selling at $J.,')
to 11.98, at l.98.
l-igured silkoline covered, cotton filled Comfortables,
full size, that were Sl.w. now $1.49
Italian Slumber Robes, that were $1.19. at 89c
aiilmay Daw, Wrat H :
Every Item Specially Reduced
and Everything Selected for
THURSDAY IS CLEARANCE DAY in this
store of the odds and ends of big sales, and great
indeed are the bargains in the most wanted
goods of the day. But they are not only the
surplus lots of our purchases and stocks of
makers, but goods taken from our own stock
and reduced so that every branch of our business
wil be represented in the remarkable value
giving. It is a good idea to cut this whole adver
tisement out of tne paper as a memo. Many do.
Every item here is underpriced, and unmatch
able in value giving.
Women's Silk Stockings, 29c.
WITH LISLE TOPS, heels and toes, in
black and colors: slight imperfections.
Woman' Silk Stocking;. 39e. Threl silk Stock
ings. in white and black, with lisle tops, heels and ton
Chlldran'a XSc Stocking. 19c. Ribbed cotton
Stockings, in tan and white, with double soles, heels
and toes, seamless. Ma n door. tmnt. Ltri nujainj,
Cambric House Dresses, 89c
IN THREE new models, large assortment of
Maida' Houae Drs, $1.98. Of b'a.k satecn.hlack
cambric and black lawn, made witli plaited waists.
Slip-On Turkiah Towaling Bathrobe. $2.98 and
$3.98. In pink, light blue and lavender, one trimm.-d
with cord and tassels, the other with satin ribbon.
Ncnml fl',r. renter, rifh:. Central llllllrllng.
Women's $25.00 Suits at $15.00
ONE HUNDRED wonderful Suits to sell at this price.
Navy blue and black mannish serges, gray and tan tweeds and
homespuns, self striped serges in black and navy.
The coats are cut on the new lines with low and high roll revers; skirts on
practical lines. All Suits lined with best quality peau de cygne and extra
hi ds: all sicstroin oust measures. seomi nr. ntri iwa t..
THURSDAY SPECIAL. j I
$2.25 Porch Rockers, $1.45.
Good size Arm Rockers, with reed seat and
spindle back; natural or green finish.
75c Mission Tabourets, 55c
In the fumed oak finish.
Fjiirlli tloo-. Ctntnl Buttling.
No Salesman's "Word"
is as good as this
OBSERVE the Shoe pictured below !
It haa Style a-plenty hasn't it?
1 SVMrf tnA mm imn Vnn
a IUM WMyvi, WV, ma ;vw A wv
My prove asore purchase
how lona will it wear ?
No Satoman could do more than truem at
m answer to that question.
Because, no Salesman could tell what is
leaacUAthe finish. ;
This is why we (The Regal Shoe Co.),
'who made the Shoe, now give you a legally
BB$jciitd Bond with every pair of these Shoes.
iiiai ouiiu ociiimi ui yuu niyiwitwiiWM
question) a full Six Month of Continuous
oeiore uutsores, or upper Lieatner
throiuh or wear through.
Six Months "conrt'nuous" Wear means
more than Six Months ordinary
s it means 14 houn of Wear, for
everyday of 183 Consecutive days.
Thar a equal to a full year of " Ordinary
Wear" in which you use two pairs of
Shoes aa relays on alternate days.
TOW. we don't ask any one to
believe a Claim so great and so
' revolutionary as this, without
mm r m m
we prove iu oejore you Duy,
lor issuing a valid Ir demnity Bond
with the Shoes. j-
That Bond transfers all
me risk to the only peo
fle who should know
ft .a mp
sow mucn wear
is under the finish viz. to the Makers.
So, here you have an absolutely known
quantity of value, with all "Lottery'1 element
Yet the price is only $4.50 per pair.
Equal to 7.5 cents per Month for high
grade Super-Stylish Regal Shoe (pre-repair)
Just half what the average fine Shoe
($3.50 to $5.00) costs you, per Month, for
Six new Styles in Oxfords and High-Cut
Shoes, are now ready in the Six-Month
Regal Shoe line at $4.50.
Observe the "Aristocrat" Model here
with. One of the smartest 1912
Creations. Made in Uxiords as
well as High-cuts.
mmM IWaWal' Hi
50cWhiteFrench Batiste, 35c Yd
FINI: QUALITY, 45 inches wide, white Batiste, for
waiits and dresses; ourown importation.
Laos embroidered and hemstitched 1 ticking:
$J.'W and J.I.V8 values, at $1.98 a yard; $1.8 kind, at
$1.49 $1.49 kind, at 08c . and V5c kind, at S9c yard.
White Katine, 36 in. wide, that was 49c a yard, now 29c.
Main fl'H.r, i if r;-t Building,
Wo3mocn$ Combination Suits at 10c
LOW NECK, sleeveless, shaped, some Swiss ribbed, wide at
knee, some trimmed with domestic lace, some withTorchon lace
U.ln tliff, fmnt CrDtr.l Hull. h if .
Untrimmcd Hats at 79c & 95c
Imitation Hair Shapes
NEW MEDIUM SIZE styles, so much in
demand and so hard to find.
$5.00 Ostrich' Plumes. $2.95
Primrose, emerald, royal, navy blue, soft brown
shades, maize and black and white; very full Prtndl
Ostrich Trimmed Hat at $4.95
Including a good sailor and the new saucer styles;
Mm flour, bast fluil llng an I Mtviainc flur.
73c Printed French Flannel, 59c yd
PRINTED FRENCH FLANNEL, all wool, for
kimonos, etc., was 73c., now 89c. a yard.
Waist lengths and remnants of Waistings and Shirtings,
that have been 39c. to 75c.. while they last, 29c yard.
Fine showing of the new Spring styles in Twill Tennis
Flannel, 36 inches wide 59c. a yard
Hubmy fluor. Weu BulMlaf.
50c. French Lisle Half Hose, 24c
A Most Extraordinary Value
1 N ALL TH E N EW shades of tan, navy, gray, cadet, reseda,
burgundy, lavender and iolet ; they have extra double heels
fltld tO& Main floor, Mera't Building.
f I" ' TDYuS "Ijj
ToSSf Praline Flounces, E4a9cch
A FLOUNCE that is well made and easy to adjust.
2.28 Black Silk Jry Upper. $1.78 Place.
Mam floor. rJ , Ouilnl BulldlM.
Misses' Lingerie Dresses, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98
SEVENTYFIVE DRESSES, in various models, trimmed
with fine embroidery and laces; sizes 14 to 16 years.
Girls' Wash Dresses. 98c . $1.50 and $1.98
In a variety of fabrics, including gingham, percale and lawn, trim
med with contrasting color or fine embroidery; sizes 6 to 14 years.
mcodu floor, ceBivr, Lcn:r4i uuii'Ung.
$2 Thomson's Corsets, 98c
GRAND DUCHESS MODEL, sizes 25 to
35. Designed for stout women, long front
and hip, medium low bust, white coutil and
batiste, supporters attached.
$5.00 to 110.00 Sample Concti, $2.93
Boned with walohn, made of brocaded batiste, long
straight hip models, and medium high bust.
Sal of Br(irc. 49c. Made of batiste and em
8exod n vir, front, Eatt HiuHtaf.
III ; THURSDAY SPECIAL.
THURSDAY SPECIAL. I
$2.98 Gas Lamps at $2.45
COMPLETE WITH burner, mantle, chimney and
XO-inch four-panel cathedral art rIbss shade and four
panel glass crown, in amber or green, bead fringe to
$2.28 Imported Traveling Clock. $1.69. Nickel or
polished Drass cases, one-day and alarm waicn move
ment; guaranteed timepieces; porcelain dial with
Arabic figures; one key winds Clock and alarm;
Clock inclosed in black leatherette case. Store
Bjunwar ii-j i r. vroirai Dunning.
Dress Goods, 40c. Yard
All Wool Striped Whipcords and Armures
A LIMITED QUANTITY, about 700 yards, and broken
color assortment the reason for this remarkable price. The
Whipcords come in leather, peacock, ashes of rose, pearl, gray
and mahogany, and the Armures in reseda, hunter green, rose
ana medium gray. uia now. wmi uniting.
fcSJt Shetland Veilings,
FORESEEING a shortage of these highly favored
Veilings, we otdered a large shipment from the foreigr
maker, a long tirr.e ago, and now, when importers
cannot find enough of them to fill orders, we offer these
dainty Veilings at a full th:rd below regular prices.
All newest patterns, many ot thf in never vhown before
in Greater New York. A AAOST WFMARKABLE
MaJa floor, crater. Ontrs1 BuiMini.
$1.10 Stripe Satin Mcssaline,79c
3.000 YARDS of all silk Satin Messaline,
36 inches wide, hairline stripes, navy and
white, black and white, brown and white,
gobelin and white and navy and white.
Main noor, nest fiuiiainaj.
Women's $4.00 Satin Pumps, $2.95
BLACK SATIN, in a very pretty Pump style, short forepart,
with satin bow at vamp; flexible welted and stitched soles, lined
at heel with gray ooze to prevent slipping; Cuban heels.
Women's $2.50 Pumps at $1.79
Gun metal, in ankle strap model, closely trimmed, welted and stitched
soles. Cuban heels. All sizes, 3 to 7, and widths A to D.
L. I I ll'.d D ,,111..
DCCUIT4 1 IUVI , m-Wm BUUUia.
$4 Taffeta Silk Petticoats, $2.98
EXTRA SIZI- taffeta silk Petticoats, in beautiful
changeable effects: one inctlel ha-. .1 four sect, on tailored
strapped fiounce. the other has a cluster tucked ruffle,
percaline underlay. Store orders only.
Hc.-on". Iloor. Ea IluilJIi,
""THURSDAY SPeCIAL. ft
$4.50 Table Cloths $3.79 Ea.
KXTRA HEAVY double latin eiamask pattern
Table Cloths, ixl yard., vers- handsome designs.
No napkins lo match, hence the price.
At $1.2 a doan. Good duality all linen heavy
bleached damask Napkins, m inches square, variety
of very pretty designs.
Main D at, IMF, Bag) Builillog.
Men's $5.00 Raincoats at $3.05
BY LONG ODDS the best low priced Raincoat we have ever
been able to offer : surface of olive bombazine, with back of light
weight black rubber, thoroughly vulcanized; sues 36 to 46.
Stcre orders only and none C. O. D. cr on approval.
Men's $15.00 Raincoats at $9.85
Surface of English Canton, back of light weight rubber in art proof finish,
tan or olive shades in the light weight that is particularly appropriate for the
season to come; sues 35 to 46. ...,.
i'k uu iiuur, Juru in.uui"i
Dress Ginghams at 8c. a Yard
SEVERAL THOUSAND yards of a splen
didly woven Dress Gingham; they come
from the mills in lengths of 10 lo 20 yards.
We will cut any length. Pretty plaids, neat
checks, stripes and plain colors; for women's
and children's wear.
38c. and 44c. Silk and Cotton Fabric, 25c. Yard
Clearance of a few thousand yard- of several desir
able styles, with handsome floral a. id tancy designs,
some with border; suitable tor evening costumes,
Summer dresses, waists, scarfs, etc.
8uby r.oor. t B uljirj.
Regal (Six-Month) Shoes
$4.50 per pair
1 : WRmttHA
ti , . JSWB
mmt at ancteg fit
roadway at Itlh Kt.
OBmATBB new Toaa mkn' tToaaa
ft mm Yarb CI IT
Iway at Daaa Bl
V.iiau at Ann II,
J4tb bt. Ml :inl Ave.
Slmh Ave. t 14th St.
UKKATtK NKW VOBE WOMEN'! aTOEEB'
New Viirk City
Sl.th Avr at rial SI-
Rrnarlway in lOtli Kt.
inaitwar at 27ih ht.
Ui.mJmiiy .,i :i;ni s..
BU'r. WNawark Ay.
17 Fultoo St.
I2 Full. hi hi.
KS Broad Straat
"10U I Ht.iMitway
Regal BM L'. I N.waia A v..
Htn St in Jrrl Ave.
UNa, hi ui rta av.
SI? Pullon St.
486 Kflta Ave.
l?5 Broad si-tet
I THUW8PAY BPCOIAL.
Men's 50c. Underwear,
3 Garments for $1
BALBKIGGAN UNDliRWl-AR. 'uperfine combsd
Lcvotian cotton varn. Shirts have sell fronts. French
necks and short sleeves; Drawers have double seats,
strap back, coutil facings and pearl butt tu; ankle
tngtn, subject to slight nun impenecuoni
Man' 39c Undrwar at 29c. Ilalliriggan Under
wear, superfine corton yani. Shirts have self fronts,
l-'rerich ru-cks and short s"eves; Drawers haveilouble
seats, coutil facings and pearl bin tons, ankle length.
EklDMCi to slight mill imperfections.
Man' Athletic Undarwor, 29c. Fine CTOgsbtr
nainsook I 'mlerwenr. Shirts ait coat style anil
sle'veles : Dr.iwers ere knee length, with reinforced
gussets; also fine white uaue aiij Sea Island cotton.
Shuts with circular bodies and no sletvts. Subject
to slight mill imperfections.
11 I III i
1 jSS It
III TMUR&DAY SPECIAL.
Men s 50c. & 75c. Bow Tics, 25c
300 DOZEN Bat Wing Ties, must favored for Summer wear.
Not one in the lot worth less than 50c. and fully a third worth as
much as 75c; variety of styles, plain and fancy designs: fine
duality sillcs; all new and desirable colorings.
Men's SI.00 Shirts at 69c
Fancy Coat Shirts, plaited and plain boaoma, all brand new styles for this
season; cuffs attached, neat designs, desirable colorings.
Misses' and Children's Guimpes, 49c
OF BEST QUALITY lawn, embroidery
trimmed; splendid value; sizes 4 to 14 years.
Children 'a Light Weight Coata, $1.79.
All COlorS. Se:wl Cloor. fruati y,itt gagta.
" I TMURBOAY SPECIAL. 1 "
98c. Stamped Waists at 69c.
AN ART EMBROIDERY STORE OFFER Voile Waists,
stamped with very simple but very effective designs for solid
embroidery couching and punchwork all have st-in sleeves.
Buv a stock for your Summer work. ,. new. wan uimim.
Hemmed Sheets, 39c Each
RbADY-MADE bleached muslin Sheets. 2xJ!jJ
yards, with very neat center team; exceptional value
at Jc. each.
Hammad Shaat at SSc. each. Good quality MtaCM
ed muslin Sheets, 2yi yards, woven in one pica.';
Hammad Pillowca at 14c. aach. hue quality
bleached muslin Pillowcases. 45i6 inches.
Su'owtr lt..r. Wtii Buii4ia.
Glrc aiarkad with .ra open eveninst.
Km njar. hmi uiwii.
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