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THE EVENING WORLD, BATUBDAX, OCTOBER 5, 1012,
II. S. TAKES HAND
M THE NEW HAVEN
fdWestport Disaster if Les
"v son of Year Ago Had
Building of the Home
As a Matter of Economy
DEFEND DEAD ENGINEER
loyees Resent brtort or
llroad to Put Responsi
bility Upon Clark,
the errtval to-dsr it Westperf,
f lntintit Comnifprf Comml-
MrChord. Ave Investigation
inn anter way Into the wreck of th
New York, New Ha Tin and Hartford
aseeree. wtitch eot seven Uvea.
Nr. MeChort la In chare of tha n
Mraasnent of Safety Appliance laws,
eMsA Will parannally dlrert an Investiira-
Ha Mid ta-dar that had therom-
B.S recommendation made at tha
tine ef tha Federal Frpreaa wreck a.
jHr ico on tha aame road, been uh
li'M. thta dlaaster would not have 00-
Two of hla Inspector ire on
ne and wtll report a to whether
steal car would have prevented loai
of life, and whether automatic control
us woold hmva illtrwed tha en-
to take tha oroeaover it the speed
Tba other Inveatutatloni are I ho a of
President of N. Y.-N. J.
Real Eitate Exchange
and of Nutley Realty
Co. Says Buyers Have
Been Educated to De
mand the Best at the
BY WILLIAM A. LAMBERT.
No one who I Interested in legitimate
I iburhan home hu'ldln,, ran fail to bi
optimistic Tca-arllna fieLN'ew Jereey reuJ
estate situation. Thera la a steady,
ever-tnorpejtfnx demand for eiibiirtmn
home In dalra'!e location within ootn
rmitlne dlstanc- of the business centres
of Manhattan. It la indicative of an hJ
mest universal desire to e pe from
Hvtn -orUt'n In tin city, which hers
been rendered undesiraMe for many rea
son. Population roricestlon t stronsly felt
not only In the residential dlatrKrt of
Manhattan but in aljnuet .vary part of
Oreater New York. Increased trans
portation facilities, with tha sdmirsMs
Hudson Tunnel vrtm. hit railways and
their feeder In the ahape of faat trot
leys. niojt It pnssihlt f'T ho New Tork
business man to reaih hla homo In rha
New Jereey auhurn In leM time than it
tejees Mm to et to i i. my apartments
within tha city limit.
The comfort of living In one'a own
home In the country within eaay reach
of the city and posscsslns; all city con
vsnlenoee la only one of many thing
Instrumental In caualnir a marked
trend of hnmeaeekere to Naw Jersey.
Tha rite or taxation In Oreater Naw
Tork la Incra&iilnjr by. leapa and
bound and people pnaeeanlns moder
ate Inoomea find It Impossible to pay
the high rent reuniting from rlalng
John J. Pneisn of the railroad wrnenta. As a mera matter or
of tha FUbllc UMIMgi Com-I'nonomy in living it paya to get out
If Connecticut and of tha " tha auburn The Increase of popu-
rho4 of Locomotive Englnaera. . isiion -n ua sreai.r "i '" 'rum
Tha Brotherhood reaenta tha attempt ' naiurai causes snn oy accession mm
af toe raliroad to put tba blsms on i "'her parta la bound to go on for in
. . i. mark who waa 1 Indefinite number of year, and no
kilted, and It U raportad'lt will ba Amount of building akyward
that i wak ago tha road laauea - "- -
. enalnemen to h Dion for proper living quartera.
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A holder of dealrahle anhurhan
rrouw of gpBB AwatUngi on Mi
at. to-day. Ill haa aoid all ixcapt ttiriw
of thi 7th at. auction.
Bryan K. Kennelly will aell it mctlotl
next fliturday inothar Mg timet of build
ing aite at Jamaica -Hlllrreat. Much
horn building la aoheduled to follow
th lot dlltrfbiitlon.
i Howard notitei Oartlopmant Com
pan completed plana to-day for fifty
new dwellings on Iti tract along Ja
maica Say whara It haa apent noarty
IVO.noO on general Improvement!,
i wenty bungaiowi under way are cost
ing from tS,H0 to H.000 each.
Darld Leahy Realty Company sold
' three mora new dwelling! and its ad
ditional plots thll week at South Osone
Park. Li. I. The buyers pay -on small
Tloes T. Tucker, Preiident of Concrete
Products Company, haa startod work
on two big dwellings of reinforced con
crete near the entrance of the Bititet
of Oreet Nock, L. I. They will cost
fll.000 each. The Idea ! to make them
fireproof and very artistic.
T. B. Ackerson Company began float
I work to-day on abi park eyatem In
the lake eeotion at Brlghtwatera, L L
It will bo flnlahed this fall.
Buyer of plots at Maaeapequa
fhli week will build several dwelling
of hollow till semi-fireproof construc
tion. Queens I .and and Title Company
sold sites yesterday to V. Davldaon,
II. Stelger. O Maateraon, S. K. Hall,
H. Uodfrey, W. Finn.
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Waldorf Mortgage Corporation enld
No. 1714 Bedford avenue, Platbueh, a
new two-story dwelling yeilerday. It
wis held at CK.00O.
tiiin-elton Land Company oold a tlx, MO
home, plot 10x109, at T.aurelton. U I.,
to-day to H. W. OtVb of Brooklyn,
N. T. Suburban Land Oompany sold
plots at Boaedali itatlon, L. I., this
week to Moeee P. Henry, Bthel Adelson,
S. If. norerter, Mr. Mary Morgan.
John Leery, W. A. Phelps, William
Fielding. Plane were completed for
three new houses to coat M.oDO each,
Loonta. N. J., has luthnrltod bond
Issue of 123.000 to buy the privately
ownod sewerage dlepoaal plants there.
All etrlU be operated as one system.
OLD PURSER TO RET WE.
Laaeaater of Laaltaala Haa
44 Toare Sea.
Joaeph Lancaster, purser of tha Luat
tanta, known to thousands as Joe Lan
c later, and who haa been forty-four
years at aea, retire after thla voyage.
He served M apprenticeship on the
second officer with a master's certtnWte.
Becauae of defefttlve eyesight ha left
the torldgs for tha purser's oSloe.
Part of his career has been spent on
troop ships, for which service he ha
been decorated. He waa on the Batayla
In tha Egyptian campaign of 1Mb. Dur
ing the Boer war he waa on tha Cata
lonia, a prison ship. He wss on tits
Lualtsnla on her first voyage bare, and
tie la now making Ids ssranty-sUto
round trip on her.
Makes Cold Mid Hot Meiti Tasty.
DCUCIOU8 on Saadwlohas Sardines.
A Jtn talad Oresefas by ndatnf Haegar.
A oomplete search of tha wreckage 1 property hex every reaeon to be aatl
bt Iks death list down to seven.
It hi not bellored any of the sixteen
or more ssrlously Injured will die.
0OUBT l THE ENGINEER WAS
AVere Is some evidence that the dls
aatar waa not dua to Engineer Clsrk'e
Mfisasneas. What It will amount to
Ahn sifted down remain to be seen.
eSmM witnesses ssy sand was found
sa tba track for a quarter of a mils
the wrack, indicating that an ef
ts slow down and that
i failed to work. A number of
Jj Via read
fhs crash (he ti
fled with the outlook. There are t
claaaee of sucji buyer one Is buying
a home with the primary objeot of
improving living condition for him
self and family. The other I seeking
a speculative Increase In values. Of
the former there was never a greater
number than at preeent. Speculative
buying, which frequently means the
Indlacrlmlnate purchase of alleged
building eltea with the chief lure con
oaaled In the small amount of cash
payment required. Is practically a
dead issue. Tha market of gullible
remember that before I ones although one la said to be horn
crash the train gave eevoral apae-
as might have come from
a attempt to est brakes that wouldn't
Another theory Is that tha engineer
was dead or unceniotous In ble cab.
Bai Si j Gordon, a esoMon foreman In
aba rest of a gang near the scene, teetl
erery minute la rery nearly exhauet
ed and low-tide lots, pine eorube and
swamp lands are at a discount
Wlss discrimination Is exhibited by
eurrsnt purchssere as to tbs locality
for future homee. They have to be
fully sitlsflsd In a great many pirtlcu
To meet these requirements and still
keep the price within reasonabls limits
Is the problem that the suburban home
builder has to face. It la one that we
have nucre8fully solved In our build
ing operatione at Nutley, which thll
year have been on a larger seals then
ever bnfnre. We have made 't a rule
to put Into houses a maximum of hon
est. Intelligent work at a minimum
Prorrea In the education of suburban
home buyers haa dons muoh to ulear
snd Improve the real eetate situation.
It has brought about the practical
elimination of lrreaponslble, unicrupu
loue operstore, who, prolific In prom
ises and barren In fulfilment, did much
to retard uburban development. The
publk haa learned to deal only with
developers and building uorporstlons of
stabllhed reputation concerna that
can point to the past a evidence of
ability to ucceefully carry out
work Intrusted to them.
RAPID WORK ON
Pat work on the now eubwayi Is
stimulating realty operaliona m in
suburbs. Bnglneers for the Public Sery-
Ice Commission reported to-day the tne
sviiirth avenue subway In Brooklyn sad
Centre etreet loop In Manhattan ehould
be finished and ready for uss esriy nsxi
yaar. More than l.sTO men are at work
on them. On all lines, . mm
at work and the 'Dotal will be raised
above 6.M0 during the next few weeks
when contractors start on flvs addi
Bad yesterday before tbe Coroner thstsr before buying land, even If clr
(lark was hanging out of bis cab win
dow and looked as tf bs might be dead '
r uneonsclou. and was spparently
Baking so sffort to slow up, though
(boss signals were let against him. Two
sib SI railroad employee testified ss to
Aa signals The Coroner will resume
his Inquest to-day. ind other eyewlt
aasSBss will bs hoard.
C C. dwell, engineer of ins Public
tHJHtkta Commission. Is In charge of Us
Ibxrslry. Ha mads a most mlnuts sx
axsiafdton of the some of the wreck,
frags the first flange-mark on the rails
dC the orossoTsr. which Indicated tbe
alas of tbe derailment, to the
daring ruins that marked Ite end.
IBs official photographer eras with him,
and every step of the train's progress
to disaster was mads the subjsot of a
ths builder of
Brooklyn, opened a nr
eU got his first hint of the "lost
trass orders soon after hla arrival. Hs
questioned hair a do en of the engineer
cW duty la the neighborhood of Wot
part and found that there was rood
bases for tbe report that the orders hsd
"We wire told i week a so that we
weren't doing a well is we might," said
oas man, wthoss name waa withheld as
a protection to him.
POtLftft DID NOT EXPLODE, OAS
explosions which attended ths
ere of Plntsch gas tank. The
native wss got back onto the rail
yosttrdsy afternoon, snd It became ap
perssu then thst Its boiler was Intact.
aHkcifh there were two great gaahea In
tha casing that gave s bails for the
Only two bodle of the dead remained
ts day at tbe Weatporf? morgue those
of Fireman Molker snd Mark A. Wheel
er, the mall clerk. The boiilea of Mra
Brady. Mr. Ranaoni, Mr, liavlt and
BCI Hamilton were taken to Albany.
Weury Gardner of No. 11 ' High street.
Haven waa one of the eyeivl'-
of the wreck who does not
Olark. tai'dtier waa fireman
on a work train which atood few
hssdsed yard away from the wreck
It the lime of It occurrence.
"t won't believe thst Clark was re.
tnrmgllilr " Gardner 4l1. "I knew nun
wslL and 1 fired for him for eight
T'lark was going at leaat sixty
ultra sn hour," Gardner went on, "but
that la nothing, even on croiiover"
Maaurw the time they hare been texts
at that speed, and I hare been la the
oab myself when It waa doa. X never
hoard sf any orders agaisat it either,
Bless there waa a semaphore block up.
The cross over are too short anvhow
Danger can't be eliminated from thrni
until they are lenKtlicncd."
eumatancss preclude them from I
mediately building on It. As the ob
ject of nine out of every ten Is to erect
a permanent home, they eeleot ur-
roundlnga of the right kind for bring-1
lug up children, good neighbors, good
schools, with sll the delights of tin
country snd none of the discomforts
often attending whet may bs fairly
termed "pioneering." Huyers seek
plsces where Improvements are In
tailed snd propsrty vslues .ire eetab
ltahed, with no bugbesrs of future
heavy aeseaementi for eidewalka,
treets, wstsr, gaa and electricity.
They want undlapuled evidence of
value before parting with their money.
One of the most marked chanifes that
has come under my notice during an
i experience of over twenty year In
auburban building Ik the iircaent day
home-sceker'a knowledge e to wbet In-
want and what he ahotild got. RVM
' in homes of very moderate col there
i I a marked demund fur artistic llnlah,
dealgn aixl coinplelrneae uf njuipiiuia.
vacation In a suburb of Huston snd had
prolontieJ her stsy for two days In or-
i der to return on her husbands train.
I "I haven't read Iht paper," Mra.
i'lark .-aid. "but I haven't bin an en
gineer' wife for thirty yeara without
knowing what the oompsnjf would say.
"My huaband I dead and thoe who
knnw him thought too much of him for
It to 'be necessity for me to defend
Ids memory ; but there are a lot of
other oIKincers, an. I no one know
i whoac turn will bo Mali,
"What bettrr defense can I offer for
' Oeorge than that he drove trains - iet
; trains mostly for thirty years snd
j never hsd an ancldent? IKes Ihut
sound like criminal i-arclessnesa?
"Do you think an engineer takes a
switch at forty mile an hour. Ievaue
he like to do It? The eohedulc ate
made In Die Uespatcher office and not
In ths cnslnoer's rab, that's one thing
the public ouglit to remember w hen rall
toad ti ii pa tiles blame old and trusted
employee for thing like this."
Heartburn, Gas, Sourness or
Dyspepsia ended in five
minutes with 'Tape's
Time ill In five minutes sll stomach
distress will go. No indigestion, heart
burn, sourness or belching of gas. arid, or
rructstinns ol undigested food, no dixsi
nrss, blostinK. 'oul bresth or brsdsrhe.
P aa'a Dianerjsin is noted (or its speed
in regulating upset stomachs. It is the
surrsl, quickest and most certain remedy
in tin whole world and besides it is
Millions nl men and women now eat
Iheir favorite foods without fesr - they
know now it i needles to hsve a bad
Please, lor your sake, get a large fifty
cent rise of Pipe's Oispepsin from any
drug store and put your stomach right.
Don't keep on being miserable --life is
too. short- . vmi arc nut here long, so make
your stuy agreeable. Kat what you like
and digest it, enjoy it, without dresd of
rebellion in the stomach.
Diapepsiu belong in your home any
way It should be kept handy, shnul '.
one of Iht" family rat something which
doesn't agree with him, or in ease of aq
attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritii
or limmi h derungemrnt ut daytime or
during the night it is there lo give the
quickest, nircst relief known.
WIDOWS Fs BLAME
: IbNT ENG INKER'S. !
mm. Osorge L. Clark, widow of the
SQffteeer who Is officially blsmi-J for
thsfstsl wreck, i etui lo-1 to New York
yfgisrdty wit i the body of her hun-
j Tha Clark have occupied the zrouivl
BMT of s two-story cottage .st No. Kit
IMV avenue, Westchestt i 'Vlllaxv. fm
tMrty year, and are well known tutu
MPS- lsrk wa s paaseimer mi tic
Wracked nam. She Imd been tak.iiK a
. MtorlMl jlul'i will' h promptly tSfBt'ovs
foul OQOfl Inl dim-hreir-.llinc n.niii t
la itrunirir. Hetfoi u'ul hupti Uian mrbolu
CM .tint dotii n ti t-ovt-r tine oltr with mi
Dbr. s.ii.t e a h. r- In full ntm rt Imtt
Went lltnry ll. f'ljit, !: Cliff Ht.. .Naw
0r hi foi ft w 1 1 mimI rutil booklet.
AS A BODY-BUILDER
'Wk. aka Men
fee. PariUat. iin lmi.,i si., l-tilu..
lU.l'il l.i i lli
I f.ii BJS.'
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK MONDAY WONDERS
U WANTA BOAT
If the boat you s'A
You'd quickly tirul.
Most any kind
Cm he secured
Through World Ads Sunday;
Use dm to-morrow
Kcsulls on Monday.
Or perltaps it's an AutomobUl Btrgtln
you want. II so, see the "Auto" and
"Used Motor t'ar" Ads. in the Siuinlas
IN EITHER EVENT
AnnoaPSfeek of Sales
S5Vk&rs of 'GrciwtK.
i oJEfC K a r d i s i n
CommcnciiiMonclay, October - tiie 7jfck
SeatonaUe merchandise of standard quality
will oe ottered at large concessions
from .regular, prices.
Mail orders will receive' prompt attention.
James McCreery & Co.
23rd Street 34th Street
Fulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn
Girls' School Coats
Sizes 4, 5, 6 and 8 years
Smart belt model of brown and grey Scotch
mixture, full lined. Collar, cuff
and belt of velvet.
5.90 (VaIue $8,75)
Girls' Corduroy Coats
Sizes 4, 5, 6 and 8 years
Wide wale corduroy In black, navy and
brown. Moire silk collar, cuffs
and belt full lined.
(iirl's Boucle Coat, $0.75
7.90 (Va,ue $,3-50)
Women's and Misses' Smart Coats
New Three-quarter and Full length Models of Mixtures, Chin
chilla, Boucle, Chevron, Broadcloth, Serge, Velour, Velvet
and Satin. For Motor, Traveling, Street and Sport Wear.
18.75 25.00 29.75
Misses' and Small Women's Suits
Sizes 14, 16 and 18 years, or 34, 36, 38
Smart new models especially designed as becoming to misses and
small women, of chevron, ribbed serge, two-tone cloth, tailor
serge whipcord, wide wale, cheviot and mixtures.
22.50 25.00 29.75
IL Altmatt Sc T&o3
ANNOUNCE FOR TO-DAY (SATURDAY)
A VERY SPECIAL SALE OF
WOMEN'S CHIFFON BLOUSES j
these blouses have just been made ut
and are of entirely new design.
ALSO A SPECIAL SALE OF
MISSES' & GIRLS' TAILOR-MADESUITS
AT THE FOLLOWING ATTRACTIVE PRICES:
MISSES AND GIRLS' SUITS of serge
OR MIXTURES. ACTUAL VALUE $22.00, AT Si 2.50
MISSES' SUITS of cheviots, actual
value. $35.00 . . . .at (8.75
MISSES AND GRILS' DRESSES FOR ACADEMY.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING WEAR. TAILOR-MADE
SUITS. COATS AND WRAPS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WILL BE FOUND IN THE REGULAR STOCK AT
A SPECIALTY IS MADE OF GARMENTS FOR
CHILDREN FROM 4 TO 14 YEARS OF AGE. IN
CLUDING DRESSES AND COATS FOR SCHOOL
WEAR. PARTY DRESSES. ETC.
READY-TO-WEAR OR MADE - TO - ORDER.
FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND GIRLS.
RIDING HABITS FOR CROSS- OR SIDE-SADDLE,
REPRESENTING THE LATEST APPROVED IDEAS
OF THE FOREIGN DESIGNERS. SUPERIOR
MATERIALS. WORKMANSHIP AND STYLE ARE
RIDING SHIRTS. KNICKERBOCKERS, TIGHTS. CORSETS.
HATS. BOOTS. GLOVES. ETC,
WHIPS AND CROPS.
NEW ASSORTMENTS OF
BOYS' & YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING
FOR SCHOOL. ACADEMY. COLLEGE AND GENERAL
WEAR ARE IN STOCK. INCLUDED ARE
BOYS' SUITS OF BLUE SERGE AND MIXED CHEVIOTS
(WITH TWO PAIRS OF KNICKERBOCKERS) AT $6.00,
$7.50. $8.50 & $10.50.
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS OF MIXED CHEVIOTS
(SIZES 32 TO 38) AT $13.50 TO $27.50
JtfH Awroir. 34tff mtft 35tl) Birstis, JCwu 0x.
Your Fall Suit-Do You
Want It Tailored or Built?
Yo,. owe it to yours-If to , all on ui; to famine our
ailonnK. to view our ! ,. The better judfle vou sre
the better will we like It. Weinberg dothee m naVts
.roYr, they an- tailoiv.1 ly tailors. (itt,., t V1)llr own
proportion ,n n natural way, made to expre-, youi In
dividuality m a ityle dial beil becomes vou
llllr I'lllllll- :iM' t'iil,.,...l Vll'l1 l. l . ' I '..I
t: :. . "' wwsierea w it n excessive
paililinK r itmrmnK.
If you have SSpstiMoed dUBetliU in -,ng nerfectlr
htto.i. no natter where or by whom, then you are the
nan wp etperially want to ei.
And the fabriri hundred of ditf. r. nl distinctive is
igus Twerdi. CheWoti and unlnlthed Trnitid T
eaon sod wenvee that an- really mw
We have bfan making (father for' ii thirtv-four
years, and art' making thrm better cvrry dav
Made to the
Measure of Your
PH. WEINBERG & SONS
Nassau and John Streets
Tailors Since 1878"
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
A WORLD "WANT" AD. WILL GO AND GBT) IT.