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TRI EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1912.
lr of MM Hew Tork City dwelling
uoaeonlentlr epen in the niiM tin for
Mm to on tec without being teehnleeilr
Bitty of burglary."
the BOOM mt th
detaltloa of breaking .
NO .NOR OR I RRSQU L ARITY
reewrl MMlWM no error or Ir-
Ity which would Justify the In-
of th1a court, vn If tha
i war her on appeal from Mia Jude
t of conviction. Tha queetion for
of writ of habeaa eorpui la
within narrow limit a and In
rnlgtit here bean dlnuaed of
la th bara tateiient that the court
had furladlctlon of the defendant aa4 of
tha subject maWer.
The writ of hebea oorpua la not,
and never haa heen, a wrtt of review.
ItJ Bat function la to relieve from un
lawful lmprlannmrnt. Th sole Inquiry
apoo tt la whether the mandate or tba
jBagaiiiil by which the pslsxMssa la de
tained la void.
"Where It appear a ttvet i pt lunar
la detained by virtue of a flnal Judgment
of a court of oom patent juried let ton. tha
aourt or tha Judg liaa no alternative
but to raatand ttve prisoner, unloaa tt
afflrmatlTotr appaar that there woo
aa otter wont of power or jurtodlotlon
to render the judgaerrt.
"Every pipaurniptlon most be Indulged
In ouppurt of the Judgment, error or tha
abase of dlocrotlon in the oicaas of
Jsartsdlr-tlon doea not conatttute the
want of iarladleUon."
la conclusion Justlre MUler eare
"We hare aetata to do wtth
aha aoatoBoa ssespt to dotal ail a a
It was la aaaaaa of the
Burglar la tka
la paalahabla by lsn-
at for life. The order
had the prlaoaar re-
lad to the eulogy of tha
dsfeadeat, the wardea of OUatoa
NAUGHTY DANCE LANDS
SHOWMAN IN WORKHOUSE.
Booking Agent Convicted of Stag
ing Show "In the Altogether"
Gets Three Months on Island.
Sdward N. Knee, tha theatrical book
lag agent who atacad an evening en
tertainment for the Woodmen of the
World la Alhambra Hall, at On Hun
dred and Twenty-stalk street aad Sev
enth avenue, on the night of March I,
waa tried and convicted of producing an
tan moral gpoctacl by Justice Rueeell
talnert and OolHn la ".penal Sessions
thta afternoon. The evidence wo that
he had Induced a dancer who a tag
name la Vara Phoenix to dance "In the
Attar tha dancer had admitted on the
aland that aha had doffed everything
aad danced on tha promise of no bonus
aver her night salary, because ah
"didn't know It waa against tha law,"
tkt three Jostle quickly reach d a de
nt. Rose was sentenced to three
the o Ulackwell's Island.
WIFE SUES POLICE CAPTAIN.
I Oleoo Her fJ0 a Heath for
a TOO Children.
fa. Law Carey died auK In the
ffkajaa Court thjt afternoon for a sep
aration tram her husband, Arthur
Carey, captain la the Police Dopart
aaant Alfbougt they have bn mar
read nine IBM and have seven children.
Ira. Carey ohargoa that her husband
has never shown any affection for bar
OT the children.
fro Carey atoo a! feces that Oapt.
Caroy haa from time to tamo practical
ly kopt her prisoner la her homo, and
numerous occasions beaten her
until aha became Mask arm Wus. While
ha has been receiving a salary from the
of m a month, ska dec I tree he
kas rarely atvan nor mors than ttt a
tor ok suooort e( hereert en1
BOUSE VOTES AGAIN
TO ABOLISH THE
WAUtmOTOsV. May 10. -By aa ovr
haliakui vote tha Mouse this after
son passed tha I sgHlatrve, ICxerutlv
tSSsd Judicial aoprbprlatlon bill, which
Hali 11 the United State Commrco
Court; retains tha United gHatee mints
at Baa Franolsoo, Naw Orleans and Car
son city with sU aasay omoara aad rap
pat wis aad consolidates several govern,
fh House reversed Its previous action
by voting not to In areas from tl.MO to
mjm the salaries of the private sacra'
(Sitae to tka representatives The In
areas would hav aggregated aas.ooo
Any New Piano
Ik Our star
Can Bs Bought
On Club Plan
pDlTI? Music Lesions for one
iKLEi year. Private instruction
fcantliul New $250 Piano
NN Pianos will coat you only 1271
tfi Pianos will coit you only 1250
MM Pianos will coat you cnly tlfl
Mf Pianos will cost you only ! 73
myg s Play er-pianot also sold on the
Oak Plan at special prices and term
U ku cannot call, write or lelr
take aad we
trill send rsDrsssntaUvs
ft Clark Piaao Co.
PRICES OF STEEL
But When Competition Began
to Assert Itself Trust Was
Founded by Leaders.
CHARTS SHOW INCREASE
When Prices Reached Lowest
Ebb U. S. Steel Corpora
tion Made Its Appearance.
How the prlcss In stssl products
Jumped after the formation of various
pool by the manufacturers was told
to-day at th hearing htd In ths
Custom Rous la tha suit of ths Oov
ernment to smash the United states
Meal Corporation. Th witness who
gavs ths testimony was A. I. Klndlsy,
sdltor of ths Iron Ago Mr Find ley
brought with him a lot of oharts from
which be read off the prtees from uM
up to the present Urn and showsd
'Previous to IBM there bad been cut
throat competition between the Mai
eom-srna. races aroppeo uum me
trsds was demoralised. Then came tha
Following th forming of ths various
romrminltles of Industries, steel rail,
for instance, jumped from 111 10 a ton
In November. ISM, 10 are a ion in
November, Ilk). Th price ran along:
tM In February. UN. end Ms In March.
im. Then there waa a ollght drop
until tha formation of the United Mate
teel Corporation In mm, whsn ths(
prfco was A It hti remained the
sum ever since.
Th price a barbed wire, which was
$t7. a ton in Decernlhor. IBM, Jumped
to M.I0 m Ifstoh. ltM. It went as
hlgti as UBS In January. 1W0. Wlr
nana jumped from KH.60 In Decemhar,
UN, to 171 to in January, ia. Steel
beams, from cM.dO In law, lsnpod to
KI.K In October, IBM. Cut nails, from
KM. 10 in UN. hooamo IM in int. Tin
platea. from tl.Tt a boa In 1111, e
oam II. 01 a bos In March, lltt, aad
M-H In September of that year.
It waa noticeable that the highest
prion obtained around MM and 1MD.
th banner year far price la the steel
trad. The lowest erica reached were
just before tka formation of th United
States Bteel Corporation In April, iwoi.
It waa at this Mm that what ha
been referred to as tha "battt of ths
stsel lanta" was on. Competition, erhloh
had keen tlfld under th combination
of IM, began to aasert lUslf. Ths lend
ers la the otesl industry fsarsd ths over
throw of tha monopolies they had sstab
ltihed. It waa the conditions, ths Gov
ernment contends, that lad to the for
mation of the kkj corporation which
took under Its wing, aa subsidiaries, th
big combinations that ware making war
a mo rig themselves.
ADVAN0U IN PRICES
COEVAL WITH COMBINATIONS
Richard V. Undabury, chief counsel
at th hearing for the Btssl interests,
broufht out Ihyuro from Mr. Ktndlsy's
oharts 10 show that as a general nne
prion of steel products ar lowsr now
than they wars st ths tiro of th form
ation of the United States Stssl corpor
ation. WVs nalla. tor tnatanc. had
dropped tit a ton and t he price of beams
had bsen rsducsd from $B.7t In ltd to
t27.ll in October lkU.
Jacob M 1 11 ok Ln eon. conducting the
case for ths Oovernment. askod the wit.
ness It great steel combinations wr
nttneered In MM aad IMS. Mr. Dickin
son referred to th formation of tlie
Carnegie company of Now Jersey, The
American Steel end wire company and
tha American Tin Plata company and
others. Mr. Flndtey's recollection wss
that thoas combination ware formed
at that time.
"It ta the purpose of the Oovernment."
said Mr. nicMnson, "to show that th
advance In prVsi wsrs coeval with ths
birth of thsts combinations."
BRIDE DEFENDS HUSBAND.
WHO ADMITS BEING THIEF.
Wife of Two Months Refuses to
Believe Charge That He Stole
13,000 Worth of Clothing;.
Mm Oootkj Brown, a potlt. ssvsn-
t eon-rear-old bride of loot than two
months, snook her head defiantly In the
Butler Street Court. Brooklyn, this
mornwig. and aaM between sob that all
that wss being aaM about tier husband
was horned Ilea. But Oeorg Brown,
himself, had confeeaed ro th potlc thst
during ths laat ths month he had
stolen between 11,9)0 and W ooo worth of
clothing and valuable! from resldsnos
In th Columbia Helghta aeotlon of
Brooklyn, Magistrate 11 y lan held him
In H.Mo ball for further examination
Bmwn'a method waa to represent him
self as an employee of a "raletlng"
concern, who had called on orders of
ths niaatsr of the house to take soms of
, his olothea to bs pressed. In most In
stance he waa allowed to go to tha
room of the head of the houss and piok
out the garments which, h laid, had
I keen selected for tailoring. la aueh
! caaee he took everything la atght
The police have a Hat of a doaan and
more iMuaae of those who hav Buffered
through Brown's depredation ancrmuch
I of th toian good baa already been
I recovered from pawnshop. Brown lived
I ln the Columbia Heights Motion. In a
tidy little flat at No. Ml Hicks street.
I which he waa furnishing upon th re
; suits of hi thefts
( Police Chief at Washington Here.
Major Richard gylvasur. Chief of
l Police of Washington, D. C. aad Preoi-
dent of th International Association
of Chiefs of Polio, visited folic
Headquarter to-day Deputy Oom
mlasloner Dougherty showed
trtjr showed aim
Im to Polios Coas-
who accepted gk
I Us ooaveaUoa ls
i s round aad took him
1 mlaatoaar Waldo
Invitation to at toad
MRS. HEINZE DROPS OEMS
WORTH $100,000 ON PIER.
anavBar 'wSmTE WJm "i
EM bbs Aw
JO? lr a
In Terrible Hurry to See Her Baby
Won $4,000 at Roulette in
Mrs. Frits Augustus Helms, formerly
Hsrmre Henderson, who played th
vampire roJe IB "A Fool There Was,"
returned to-day aboard the Hamburg
of the Hamburg-American Line from a
winter sojourn In Southern Kurope
She ruahed off In a taxloab to her
Heventy-JIrst street and Broadway horn.
to as the Infant boy who was born
a fsw weeks before she wss cams J
aboard a Madltsrranean liner early last
So great was Mr. Hslnss's haste that
ah dropped a Jewel case containing
1100,000 worth of gems on tha floor ot
th pter In front of the Customs Inspec
tor' deak. Diamonds and pearls flew
In svsry direction. Mrs. Helnae's
mother end her lltUs daughter by her
first marriage, Catherine Henderson,
cooped up all th baubl while Mrs.
Hslnss was warlng thorn off. admit
ting they were worth at least 1100,000.
The former sensational actress went
abroad a physical wreck, but cam back
In tha bloom of health. She travailed
with quit a retinue, but her trip did
not coat a cent, as she won $4,000 at
roulette In Madeira.
Mrs. Hatna said hor huabsnd was on
his way acroas tha Atlantla from Ant
warp. ASKS EXTRADITION
TO NEW JERSEY OF
CHICAGO BEEF KINGS
Hudson County Authorities
Want Packers and Records
to Push Trust Suit.
TRENTON, N. J May 10. Oovr
nor Wilson will glv a hearing this
afternoon on th application of Prose
cutor uaxven of Hudson County, to
have J. Ogdan Armour, Bdward Morris
and other beef baron of Chicago as
tradlted to Now Jersey. Prosecutor
Oarven ashed fur the extradition and
th hearing waa requested by former
Renator William IV Edwards, who rep
resents the Indicted paokere. Th hear
ing has been delayed several ttrnee by
th Governor so that Attomsy-UsnaraJ
Wilson could b present
Armour, SMorrls and th othvra were
Indicted In connection with the so
oalled Ileef Trust proceedings started
months avo In Hudson County because
of the hlt-h and uniform price main
tained. Oarven alto demand the
records of the various beef handling
Baklneer Killed la Crah.
(Rnpnal to The Kreninf World. I
KIMMKJIJ.-ON-Hl USUN, May 10
Joaeph Zlmmone, twenty-four year old,
of Uarrlaon, driver of a traction engine,
was Instantly killed to-day while cross
ing tha New York Central'a track at
Garrison. Train tt. southbound, run
ning forty miles aa hour, struck hi an
gina, whloh ws hauling ooal for the
New York aqueduct. The aid isf tha
passenger locomotive was damasjsd but
no ene was hurt
OPPOSITE THE BROOKLYN POST OFFICE.
Open Saturday Nights T1D 10
Smeaton's Haberdashery Stock.
The Entire Balance Ready tor Sale.
Final Riddance Begins To-Morrow.
Biggest Sacrliice ot Recent Times.
The Smetton Ktn's'Fumitkmg tnd Custom Shirt Hon meeds
no int'cdvcuon in Brooklyn. The high queltty and esdmsfke
cherscter of its stock tvsj kndbn fe nearly half a century.
Specimens of the Slaughtered Prices
Smeaton's 11.10 Negligee Shirts,
woven madras, pink st- f)
Smeaton'sSI.sOPull Drosa White
laundered Shirts, open JQ
(ront, very beat product
Smoaton'a 75c Meah(
Smaaton'i SI. 00 toll
11.00 to SI.S0
j?iiiuiiii t i
WANT TO FORCE
continued from First Pas;.)
subway line. It should never submit
"When I say that thoe traction
companies hav capitalised Indecency,
I mean Just that the condltlona la tha
present system ars Indecent, and tha
companies want to he paid for contin
uing preaent condltlona
"Because McAneny, wio has Juot put
through a scheme to apcind 110.005,000 of
public money to buy a site for a new
court house when there Is a site avail
abla In City Hall Park that would coat
nothing, sy that ths city hasn't tha
money to build subway, that doesn't
mah It so. by a Jugful. That fio.ooo.ooo
could ir used for' transit work. Who
la It that lives downtown now and
wants to us City Hall Park, but a few
Janitor of big building .' There are no
longer dwellings In Ih neighborhood,
and tha Court Houss could b put M Ih
park as well as not.
"Th whol transaction wlrh ths tran
sit corporations 1 a deflanc of public
sentiment. If th question wr put to
a referendum vote there 1 no doubt In
my mind that M per cent, of th TOters
would intlst that municipal construction
and operation of transit Una be fol
lowed. Mich contracts aa are now pro
posed will never be approved with my
vote. I do not know how the other
member Intend to vote, but I oeruinly
know how I will. I am determined on
that point All this talk about look of
city money I foolish.
Of coura there Is plenty of city
money for transit work. It will take
from four to Ave year to finish th
work that la planned and aa th merest
child now know th city by that time
will be able to And plenty of money."
Mr. Cram, who aerved on th Dock
Board, said that there la more than
170,000,000 of aelf-sustalnlng dock bond
hlch might be exempted from con
sideration as part of the regular city
debt and releaaed in great part for th
rotmburaement of the tranelt work.
Letter given out to-day by the Brook
lyn Rapla Transit Company and ad
dressed to both Chairman Wlllcoa of
the Publlo Service Commission and
Borough President Usorg McAneny,
show that aa far back aa March 1 Col.
T. H. Williams also notified th city
authorities that fat company would
withdraw Its offer la th event that
persistence along the present Unas was
Besides notifying the oMy that sueh
conduct may raak H impossible for th
b. R. T. to carry out Its part of the
proposed dual plan. Col. Williams state
that what vex. the truth la, th people
ought to know H and be goverenod In
their actions before any Irrevocable step
la taken byi th publlo officials.
Th flrat latter M a formal threat aad
la followed by a letter under date of
April IS, whloh Is a sort of "reminder.'
Tlil latter Utter reached Mr. Wllloox
to-day because of the fact that th
Chairman was out of the city.
WILLIAMS TELLS WHY LETTERS
ARE GIVEN OUT.
"In view of the phase which th sub
way situation has taken to-day," said
President WUllama to-day, "by reason of
th threatened withdrawal of the Inter
borough Company and a special meetlnz
of the Board of Estimate, It has seemed
to mo wlee that th attitude of th
Brooklyn company, aa reflected In those
two latter, should be made public. Mr
McAneny haa at all times bsen con
sistent and sincere In his effort to work
out the eo-oallrd dual plan of trans
portation and any delay In carrying on
this plan has been occasioned only by
Ms desire to have the dual plan worked
out satisfactorily to the Poople Of all
In a letter dated March f. 1911, and
addressed to Chairman Wlllcoa and
Per Infanta and Children.
A JP You Have
(Jr Always Bought
In Um For Over 80 Ytars.
th. estrtsve i
Smeaton's SI.3I to S3.S0 Nogli
gee Shirt ol every do- C Q
Smeaton's SJ.00 Superfine Un
launderod Dross Shirts, closed
front, open back, very finest
material and workman- CQ
Smaaton'g Nc Whits Laundered
Shirt for boy aad
youths i, .
in i iii i mTnun i n i in
resident Mc.vneny, Col. WHIam ashed
a number of pertinent questions rela
tive to the subway situation. Receiving
no reply. Col. William eent another let.
ter .m April 2tth. The, lst letter. In
"Under date ,.f Maros 2, mi, we sent
'o fpk a communication BIsWgsBhM by
the ROW IWSWay proposition of the In
ttrtioinujth Hapltl Transit Company,
dated Fe). 27. 1D12, asking rertaln official
""- W particular tihoocs of
trie traneit situation
in order that we;
,,.,iit. urmmuiB our ii.iuuf) T"wHro
the chsnge In the arrangement of at
July, which the acceptance of the Inter
horougli Company's proposition and the
reversion to the so-called 'dual plan'
"That letter remain unanswered, al
though verbally I have been aasurel
by Mr. McAneny that the matter re
ferred to would be covered In a aup
plementary report of the Special Com
mute of the Board or Katlmat and
"In the meanwhile the Public Ser
vice Commission In a communication
to the rioard of Estimate haa favored
the adoption of the Interbnrotigh Com
pany' latest proposition 'ss a part of
the dual system.' At the same time j
the Commission has Instructel lte i
counal to prepar contract with each
company upon th basis of carrying j
out tha dual plan, although neither the .
Board of Estimate nor this company
has formally announced their desire
to change the arrangement of lt
July, which waa formally approved by
the Board of Eatlmate upon the
unanimous recommendation of the
Public Bsrvlc Commission, and waa
accepted by us.
"Notwithstanding the inquiries and
representations at our letter of March
I. the Commission to proceeding alont
llnee which. In our Judgment, are ad
vene to th transportation Interest
of th two million of people whom wo
represent, and which. If persisted In.
may make It Impossible for u to
carry out our part of even the pro
posed dual plan."
Millionaire Dloa oddenly.
AURORA, Bis May 10. John Bomar
Indyck, a capitalist of thta place, whose
wealth haa beon estimated at as high as i
I'.OOO.OOO. died suddenly at hla home laat
xdght after being taken ill while auto
motaUe riding. Mr. Homarlndyck had at
tended a ball game during the after
noon and Wkf about the atroets until
after T o'clock.
Sweetens their stomachs and
cleans the liver and waste-
clogged bowels without
Every mother immediately realises
after giving her child delicious Syrup of
Figs that thi it the ideal laxative and
physic (or tho children. Nothing else
regulates the little one's stomach, liver
and 80 feet of tender bowels so prompt
ly, beside they dearly love its delightful
If your child isn't feeling well; rest
ing nicely; eating regularly and acting,
naturally it is a sure ign that lte little
Inside need a gentle, thorough cleant
When cross, irritable, feverish, stom
ach sour, breath bad or your little one
has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat,
full of cold, tongue coated; give a tea
spoonful of Syrup of Figs and in a few
hour all the foul, constipated, clogged
up waste, undigested food and sour bile
will gently move on and out of it little
bowels without nausea, griping or
weakneat, and you will surely nave a well,
happy and smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you are not
drugging your children: being composed
entirely of luscious figs, senna ana aro
matic, it cannot be harmful.
Mothers should always keep Syrup ol
Figs handv. It is the only stomach,
liver and bowel cleanser and regulator
needed a little given to-day will save
a sick child tomorrow.
Full direction for children of all agei.
and grown-up plainly printed on tin
Atk your druggist for the full n ne.
"Syrup of Figs and F.lixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co.
This ia the delicious tasting, genuine old
ii-t-i- n f .. n. -!,;., ,.rr.,-..,i
rriinmr. tri v ,wm, . ..,,.,r.i
have exclusively the
they don't tear out.
Oe. P. Id Co.. Makers, Troy. N. T.
167. Writ for Ostalorur.
1CAR Al S0L.TA.itE rj f
DIAMOND RINGS fjO
I'm state. .n brQUul sad sot to be oow
in tut "rrsrsed ire" amm or oin.n.
rrve M.6Q le a JS. Quality OaaraaUesl.
CASPERr'ELD & CLEVELAND
144 Bowery SHrfb,!?;!""
NORTH or illtANl) ST. "I." HTATION.
aua Bialas till T. Stturdir tUI 10.
BTHAIN.-On ThuinJ.lv. Ilav (. CATHISR
INB STRAIN, .l.t. r ot Mrs. Busies
ruaeral from ! lTth St., Brooklyn.
Saturday. II I. at.
World Wants Woi kW
CONDUCTOR KEEPS TICKET
AND COMMUTER GETS $50
Naussman Gets Hven With the Erie
in Court for Humiliations Train
man Inflicted on Him.
HoIOIiik thnt a conductor on a rail
road train has no rla-ht to retain a com
muter's ticket, i, lieu I lie commuter pla
u.. ,,, ,, ..
it had been wronyfully used In the past,
Judge Kltnert to-day gave a decision
gainst the Krle. The decision will In
terest thousands ot commuters of New
Jersey, many of whom have been hu
miliated by th actions of conductor.
Tho CAte xii that of Jacob Nauss
man of Patereon. Nassman eued the
Erie for MOO. H claimed whn he pre
sented his commutation ticket to b
punched the conductor kept it Th con,
dm t,.r stated on the stand that he had
notlcsd. during the month previous,
that several different people had ridden
on Nausaman'a ticket.
Naussman claimed he was Injured
whn pushed Into hi seat. In giving
the verdict the Court atated that ac
i cording to the term of th contract on
the hack of th commutation ticket, the
: ticket waa the property of tho oommu
I ter, u,,les presented by another than
! him whose name appc.ved on th ticket.
ana tnat when th commuter gave It
to the conductor to be punolied, It waa
with the Implied understanding that It
waa to be punched and returned to th
ownr; and further, that giving It to
Whon Spring Came On, But Never
Since Taking Mood's Saraaparilla.
Mrs. A. Hopkins. 2S.1 B1 n-. fa
East Boston. Mae,, writes: Y.mn aco
I learned what a aood mndtclns Hood's
Harssparlll. jg, vvhea aprlns cam- on 1
wsi thoroughly rilmii.ud ami obll(sa to
tsks my bd. I thought I would rsthcr
die than be eo tired. 1 besan laklns
ilood'a Sarsaparllla, snd befors ions wu
perfectly welt. Hinos then, spring has
never come without my bavins Hood's
P' , '! Jo-cav In usual tlauM form e
r-hovolsted tablets i-alleri Hariitahs. 0
Credit f erms:
S Down so $50
tt " 75
7.50 " " lK)
1 Sola. 1 t l,u: "
1 eiilo ciuir
t Comer tnalr
a i hi i or iola
31 1'r.i.ar t iiriuui-
1 llrubst-ls Uii
III MM. lili.lM.
1 Slfle'ii aril
4 Cann ( hairs
1 I lini'ir IW IT
I Kus. 7,litl ft.
i Kiii-n.,"!' ihi'te
1 Leetee-e'i reeeh
Ntiel Sorlnir KITCIIKN
Mattresa Kltrhen Tahl,
IS I'entliee Slenla,t,trr 1 l,alr
rilliits, rirewer. Ilanrlns Olase
Chelr to Matrh In Vds. Cllrlol
i 11. i mre ( aroet
mm' IVHilHII. il AJaaitlH.l
wjjerjk, mm '
The Tedesco Pump
A .smart and comfortable street
shoe that fits better than the reR
ulution pump. In Gun Metal,
Pn tent L e a t h e r, Ta n Ktissiu,
Whit e,(i ray and Muck Suede $5
White Canyaa $4
At tMk Avenue Mors Only.
At Nineteenth Street
PENNY A POUND PROFIT!
Special for. Friday, May 10.
.HKOHTUI) (IIQCULATK COVKKKI)
S.lalllt I I I!
U K Ir -s' iniuis iii I'uuin
tlon form, with m varlrd uaaortuiriil a)
lis tors, t nmjHiiifMT rotfrwi
in our i uiiiou nweci
SPlOAL FRIDAY AN' SATURDAY
i not in. v 1 10 (iOVriKK.li I'OCaiNl'T i II. 1 1 ( m i;iti:t) I'l.VN TATloNs
' lk:.MIt.l.8 A iipii.iiallT Ill's uualltT (atres of onen kettle New Orleans
SmmMnmTmm HmT'l eksWT and .....etljjln,. Io
nian (.rude t .io. olale. Our 1 Qg7 ''e'1 " H'sliO BZ atk
rrsular Ki mo.li. I. ZVfL Oraile CliMlnle. Our rrn 11-jtZi ZuU
reamer '"fcft vw BOX K"a r ,olld, x mn"V
OHERiNdS FOR FRIDAY AND hAT JRDAY
TJTTJTinrTu!!rrT; t'OVKBKU lAHT. Kl -r:H ASMOHTKIl ll()MHH AND
tmLlMOXO CM'HTKIl" -Mere sweet- riloCIH.VTKM OK ALL CHtM'OI.ATKg
aess Iban ran be odeuuutelr desi'rlbed An assortment of sweets
In wore words. Hie lix.il Cm gTk a Unmati In ,1 ,lHhere AlfkTa...
i and (ortlandt blreet stores
All our stores open Satarday
MiLK CHUCOLAIE COV
ERED FuLSU LiiLAilLE
Dainty cubb of Fresh Pineap
ple, rich In Its own Juices, com
Dletelv smothered with our
Premium Milk Chocolate one of
our ssaay swnaiii vh gLMsfa
creations rouND aox. OIFV
the conductor did not constitute a relin
quishment of possession. Th Court
warded the plaintiff 0.
SUSPEND RULE FOR ASTOR.
Vincent Astor ha been elected a
member of the Automobile Club of
America. The Board of Governors. In
order to msk young Mr. Astor a mem
ber, suspended the sge rule, as hs will
not b twenty-one for six months.
Col. Astor whs a governor of th club
an t kept four care In th garag of
the club, and It Is likely that an excep
tion as to membership waa made In the
case of Mr. Astor In order that he may
hav th use of th club' a garag for
CARPETS & RUGS
Royal Wilton Rugs
Seventeen attractive design, ex
clusive weaves of the famous
Dobsnn looms. Turkish and
Oriental effects in strong pre
dominance, hxtra heavy pile
ueg. won vai.. now JOA.OO
specially pnecti at
Boyal Wilton i Woven from pur
worsted yarn, aa uuranie tftfl W
and atronff as thev axe W "ttl
beautiful In appearance.
kamlastsrgl Sxtra An quality.
nori, luairous; in cnarm- c
harmony of color,
Wilton Velvets) High pile, as satis
faotory In appearanva and Is I m
wear ni weaves from w I
Oriental looms. This week
Tapestry Bruls: Good iiualtty. Suit
able for any roym furnisiilng, ln
rlutltng halla and stairs, mr s
T,l tnl.,,l..u mihltik mnA M kn V
laying with padded lining.
WUtoa Telvetsi In floral, Oriental hall
and atatr effects. Special ffic
price Includes making am! Mil .
laying with padded lining. SV7
Inlaid Unoleumi Uependabl
quality. A rare oppor
Big Bargalna In Japanese and China
Makers of Carpets for 60 years.
53-S9 WEST 14th STREET
Between 6th and 6th Aves.
Near "L," Bubway and Hudson Tunnel
CARPET J. & J. W. WILLIAMs
Tel. SOU I'otumbua. Est. 173.
above Forty-fifth St.
Special for Saturday, May 11.
rllOCOLlTU M T ( K MKIVH - klrh
anallty. rontalnln ehnnned nut. nf dir.
ferent klad.. I'Mvh rarainel
wraoBeel In sanitary naraf
flaeo naiier. !ir value.
I'OI Ml II OX
open eter etenlng hi
erealnir until 1 I o'rlrwk.
ruing HBU 11 o'clock.
54 BARCLAY SI
aa cortlanot si
Car Church Si T
W at i tpmmii
Ta apsclfled weight In each lostaaiie
U eludes Ss ceolalaer. '
Made rxrrs strong. nd kills aaJMWsf t
LW roaches ind water bugs. It con- ae.eseskr
m tains t food substance that entices
W the bugs from their breeding .
W places; they eat it and die. Standard I j
Petermkk'a Discovery kills Bed Bufi 1
I and their eggs. A sure pteventlve. . i
H Peterrrau 'g Moth Food - lwjr
(Odorless), kills moths. -y .
All dealers. Kftme stiHtitutev f A
OW -wmw 0-
mm s m
for Tender Faces
Indispensable for those subject Mred.
ntes, roughness, snd other Irritation!
of the skin. A shaving luxury. No Omt,
m Mfr sn&n. no esrms. ne wests si
feSK time nr money. In nickeled bo. Me.,al
BVaMI .tAMnehrmall l.lhersl ssmnla frea
llfsi Arklreiia".litlMir." uepi
The Sagging Muscles
of your foot with the friendly
help of the Coward Arch
Made on correct anatomi
cal and orthopedic principles,
to relieve and strengthen
weak ankles, broken arch
Coward Arch Sapper! Bkee ead
CowardEttenalenM eel, have been
made by James S. Cewerd la hi
Custom Dept. lor ever JO veers.
SOLD NOWHERE ELM
JAMES S. COWARD
364-374 Greenwich St., N. T.
(SSAB WtaaSM STBSStl
MsU Orders Hllsd I Seed lee Cat aligns
Open Monday aad Satarday Evg'g jjjjjt
Writ far it is Catalog;
3 Rooms "'"'bed
6 " lag On.
WE PAY FIEKIT AND IAILBMS FABX
It ' AUewedsBAUUihSilri.
Flnlahed la oak or mi
hoirany : upholiitry ruaran
im on tit
GRAND RAPIDS FURNirUIE
t S jtaY iVtElMl' PLAN
idO Worth $10 Don $1.50i6tl,
Our Credit Terms Asply Wlthla 600 kklea:
f MaW Task, ,
Grocers Suggest It
Because They KNOW It
A fine relish (or meats, ft.
fuh, soupa or gravy .... 1 UC
Made by E. Pritchard.
331 Spring St.. New York.
GET OUT OF DOORS AND
KlEP Y01R COMPLEXION
! No Need for the Athletic Girl
to Worry About Red Faca
uung inn, n wbii ilrlight in out-sloor
! life soon find that, wtiik- eiercise ia ike
ien air brings health, sun and wind
I have a discouraging effect on delleate
complexions. lUntU lircom chapped
and roughened, ami the face btrrtmar
sensitive mid red.
After a day in the open air wash the
hands and face in lukewarm water aad
then gently rub a little Yelugrn and you
; will be surprised ut the softening, sooth
ing rffeet it has on the akin. There ia ko
grease to toil delieate dress fabric. Vslo
gen ia also invaluable fur chapped Up,
abrasioni or bums. Its daily use keep
i the skin always soft and smooth.
1 At all druggist, Ia collapsible tub,
i tt cents.
World Wants Work Wra.