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THE IVIIflKO WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, II If.
f Trig Costume of Khaki Colored Ratine BAYONNE OIL BLAZE
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Relieved by a Collar of Black Satin jjyjjj yp jyjy.
Evening Worm Original Fashions lor Home Dressmakers. iPln'r
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plsr ind ve',
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sign and mate
rial I of drrstrt
ghoul d - o -dr
r e d to tho
raiheon Editor of
World. No pattern-
ran be obMiti". tai HI" thr deirrip-
Hon fern. . it il a mpJe moffrr
to Hrk out patterns.
A MM nirt fMftwMN feature of
tht department Is l! i-itefrafion
ffir diff'Trnf pirvff 0 prtllH
rcrijoru for fir inokiep of IIV Par
Mrnf. ( ihout hou eatiiy the at
ft a fit' deU)n ran be exeented, and
alio tervet as a quule in tatting nne'o
own pattern if such it rseedad.
A Ml SSSMM of khaM-OOtored ratlna
1 very ttfnpl 'i N ot ff n flint : riKialtt-
inii .llr of lU.-k NiMn to muti-h .1
!. if blaei satin i' fcuoW
I.ri!P braid hu"n,. of hlmk trim flu
fr.int of tin- k iwi I" UN knw, wlif i f
tin lun:.' p.nm nrtv Harrow fu..
kivm a taltefe-l Inniinliifc to th 'on
. alao Ota fr.ini of Bm skirt,
whllr tiliNillim or ofMm lift MM a
joke Willi IiWIi collar of inine ,om-
pifii-n in toWetta.
ANSWEftS TO QUERIES.
im Pat MM
htiii rou kindly edvlee m h w t-
ninke up wiili foulard ith a small
Mack ItIM Iht nut It ni"! a ullky ilnl,
union ffWai It Um rlTa.l of a vrry pale
ra. WmM k- tu make It Bnuttre
aivVo ami KmP I tie oh ami arliiii.
aio win roa .. leiae irn what lo Riaki
for thi.nri- w-.-u thli elnt.r Hade" a
lona i iiuiT vivir.v:..
Mak th waist with a vary low arm
hola, reaching nearly to the bait,
with alaevaa and undar-blouaa Beetlon
la oe, of blaok ohltloii oloth. rinlah
th. round yoka aad armhola with a
blaa fold of th aUk fafotad on with
black. Mara a yoka and collar, alao
nnoar-enffa of whlta laca. Mava a
cutaway paplam portion on tha aklrt
dahaad by a row of blaok faaotln
which holda a 1 1-t alaa fold. A loaf
aaah aad of blaok enlnToa huna from a
vary wlda lirdla would baoom you, aa
wall aa la Bntplra atyla. A brooado
aatla avaalay fowa trlnunad with
whlta chla'oa and rhlnaatonaa around
tha aaok and alaaraa would b pratty.
I would not adataa J at trlmmlnf.
Tliree Mc'iv Tracked by De
tectives Across the Conti
nent, Rounded up Here.
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ELDERLY WOMAN ENDS
Flames Sweep Toward Tanks
on Shore Following
Jual whn ihe flrmin nnd Rlftnilnrd
Oil ofllrlala at lh Ciinataliln Ifook plant,
nayorni. N. J., tnotiaht lhy hA ihe
tire wlilrh atartal lait night undr mm,
plitf control, to.iu)', thcrp waa an ex
ploalon on Pk-r I. whlrh una atorr-.l with
oil and oil In liarrrl. In a few
mtnutri th Ma Iilor w.i afire and flamra
wrre aweaplng toward the oil tanka oti
All tanka In tlva vlrlnlty of th.. ptr
ware inatantlv ilralnixl of oil. Aa Hbfl
1. i and I ita Ira yad by th fire whl-'i
orlainatnl lat nlaht In tha tank
ataamar Dunholme, thare waa nothing
for tha flampa to f . .1 on alona thr
watar front and all th fir flghtlne;
fnr-llltloa of UM plant -r dlrectotl
toward kroplna It from wirklna Inland
The Durilmlme, With her raryo of oil
on fir, whh .il...... 1 to 'I .it nut of the
Kllla Into tha Loner Hay this morning,
and Kha drlftnl aliout off Htuten Ixlnn.l
fur the real of the day, Hhroudel In h
great cloud of arnoke. The tugboat mn
watehlna her tapaOltd that ahe would
blow up ami alnk any minute, but her
Itiflammahle rarir-i hurned Hlnwly durlna
A fleet of i in- and flrehoata a. ted aa
eacort to the hlaxlng venael, aom of
the craft acting as outer warning acouta,
othera remaining aa rloae aa the heat
would permit. In readlneaa to divert the
dangeroiia derelict from the nhore of
Suten lalnnd or from anchored ahlpplna.
There waa nothiiiK to do but let the
I on ho I Me float out with the tide thla
morning. She waa ao hot that tug
were unable to get a line to her When
her M.000 barrel of oil have burned out
ahe will alnk aomewhere on the Data of
the lower Ray. It waa poaalhle to con
trol her courae In a meaaure by the uan
of eteel cable atretched from tug to
The loan attendlnK the fire which fol
lowed the flnit exploalon on the lun-
holme la extenalve. The ahtp'a carpen
ter of the tank ateamer I mlaalng. The
captain, hi wife, two daughter and
twenty-four member of the crew e-
eapod by Jumping overboard, l'ler 3
Mid a Jrtnndnrd Oil barge were de
stroyed' and other
were da maaed.
I The Inholme, with uteam up, wa t
'he pier la at night In readlneaa lo '.!
for Kngland to-day. There waa an ex
ploalon aboard anl In a m ment the
ahlp waa afire forward
apl t'hrletlan Uaborne, Ma wife and
two daughter, Illy, fourteen, and
Mary, twelve, were In th cabin and
twenty-five of the crew were working
about the deck. The fire apread rapidly
to the oil and gaaollne and aucceaalv
exploalon ent the burning fluid over
th achooner Concordia, moored next to
the Ihinholme and loaded wiih 20,000
barrel of oil.
The burning veaael were cut from
their monrlnga. While oeing towed out
Into the am him there waa a terrific ex
ploalon on th Dunholme that aent
blaring oil 200 feet Into the afr. Mr
Oahorn and her daughters, who had
been aaleap, rfcn to tha deck when th
ateamer waa twenty yard from ahore
The carpenter waa fighting the flame
near the big tank when It exploded an.l
la believed to have lot hla Ufa. At
the aame time twenty-four other mem
ber of the crew wre at the stern of
the burning ateamer, being rapidly i
tTowle.1 In hy the flme.
Finally Mr. Oahorae dived from the
hip, followed by her daughter and
then by all the twenty-four man, aom
of whom could hardly awlm.
Tha burning ahlp lighted up tha hop
front. Aa the captain, hla wife and
ohkdran aad tha orew dived Into tha
water, etnaJl boat ahot out to raaou
them. Every on waa reacuad. and ex
cept for some alight burna nona waa
For half a mile tha tuga pulled th
Dunholme. Then there earn an exploa
lon of an oil ta..k that brought down
burning oil on th deck of th amall
boat. At the aam time burning oil
ftoaied again! them and to av them-
eelve from deatructlon lhy cut their
hawaera and left the big tanker to burn.
Jfnne of the crew of the Concordia wa
on board when (he caught lire. A tug
floated her out toward the flat, and
there, her tnkn ami barrel of oil be
gan exploding, he w deerted.
Tied up cloae In the pier where th
Dunholme and I'oncordla were moored
wa the Narraganaett. the lar(t tank
steamihlp In the world, loaded with 90.
000 barrel of oil. Next to her waa th
teamahlp Paxallne. alao loaded with oil.
Both veaeala caught, but th flame I
were quickly extlngulahed.
(From thr Atlanta 0BtltKt!B,)
"My, my!" exclaimed Itrother Jen-
kin. "Ain't dey gwlne ter ever be '.
done wld de ol' race problem?"
"Why. nobody la agitating It now,"
be wa told.
"Ye, dey la. Don't you ap all de
ncwapapera lull. In' 'bout de 'Oreal
White Way?" An' not one word 'bout
de 'Great lllack WayT "
And he ahuffled along. Rhaklng hie
head dubloualy over the problem.
ORGANIZE JEWISH SOCIETY.
Alma to Become Centre of K.aat
The recent meeting of the Society of
the Jewiah Inatlttite wa In the Hudl
torium of rubilo rtchool No. a) on Kat
Fourth atreet, between Flrat n.enue and
Avenue A, Thursday.
The Jewish Institute has for Its ob
ject the unllfl of Judaism, mentally,
morally, socially and physically, andj
i . aim mj necome ana centre an jrwi...
culture for young men and women of
Many prominent men addressed the
meeting, among them being Jud)e
leonard A. Aultkln and Kev. H. Mas
hinaky, B, (. Richards, aeoretary of
the "Jewrsh Community," wa chair
man pro tern.
The constitution of the organlxatlon
was adopted, and at Che next meeting
the election of permanent oiilcer will
Communication may be addressed to
B. O. Richards, No. 3M Hecond avenue, i
or Robert S. Hiiwlrl. No. Ill KldMdge
street, New York.
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How to make them: S rup butter, I all
...,,a- 1 ear V rii milk 9 r.ina Presto, t tea
spoon flavoring. Cream the butter, thea
add sua ar, era well-beaten, milk and flavor
ing. To these add Preato. Roll en Presto
dusted hoard. cUa bak In modrat oven.
Send JohnnH for a package of Praato
Flour and just try this recipe. Reclpaa
in ana on every pacange. -
Th H O CorrtDdnv. Buffalo. N Y.
Miners of H O.Iort e.dnd PrsyalQ.
Three yi ggmen, for whom jiollce,
Plnkerlon men, I'li'st-Offlce iVapaatora
n.l Sheriff's dapatlag have hien
etrihliig for months, were Baptttrod
at Twenty-seventh street and lllghlh
avenue this af tarBjOOfl after a hatlle
with a I an I at dete-tlves haadad hy
Act I . if njgpJbe l'aurol and .U'tlng
Dataollvaa had iraNad Mt gaitg of
which the three v.M-r.- ut.ainlH.rs across
th. i 'ont n n. and hack again. Not a
tanoMa olu to thalr wharatbouti oam
un'i yeater lsy when, through the un
ilarAoid wlreliss will h has lis re
.eli in: atstlun at PaHea Maadi luariari
rime the mfesagc (hat Uosinti Jimmy
OtharWka John Williams wa at his old
alasBplng ground In th.. m Ishborka id of
.Tit;. -seventh atraafj and I0i:ti4i ava
nue. Furthermore, lie was hoaatlnt;
apoaiy that "when he saw a crib lie
liked he cracked It."
InipaatOT Palirot learned the men had
rented a room In Tivenly-aeventh
strun and he started Ihere mrly this
ajtarnoott. Ha as arcotnpanlad b Mc-
. Kinney and I h tecllve Hhevlln ami
t Sri in. At tl real "f Eighth ave
nue they ran lata their nu-n. Tin- recng.
nltlon was mutual, and In a maui a
lively latltle was In progress. The y,ug.
men wore unarm, . I an.l the rein. tun. ,,
of the detectives to draw their B vol Verg
almost lust them their iiuuiry.
Finally they f.irnsl the men Into a
hallway unl ln-ll Umiii there until a
palpal waiton cam from the Weal
aavntaanrh street atation. ah th way
to the station houaa Thotnaa fKinhiin,
''JJtoaian Ilnaniy'a'' rompanioa, fought
Ihe BataetlVaa, and he OOtltlnUad to raise
a diet UrbaAC avn after he was lodged
in a .eii ut rtaadquarttra.
Detective (IrlfTIn r. 111.11 .1 behind lo
wait for the third uuip Ha w Joined
by Datactitfa Londrlgan, umi a fan
minutes after the pair.. I wagon had
atarted away tiny arraatad Waltar
Ilalley, who In known us "Beaton
Johnny " All of the men have eeA
th,. Inside of ptlsons in. ire than once
The specific charge, ageliiet tlwu 1
tna rabbafy of the PaatsOfllra at North
Ahlngdun, Mass., Aug. 14. 1911, hut toe
pajlaa say they are contl.h ut the man
are resi,inslhle for at least a half hun
dred other dimes U'iu Uuea raaa will
be arralgne.1 In ToRsba Court to-morrow
and later, It Is expe'ted. will he
tttmed over lo the rost-ofn.u authorities.
LIFE IN A ROBE SHE
WORE 25 YEARS AGO
To-dny 1 th flrat day of registra
tion. Zf you do not rgtatr yon can
not trot. St. 'gistratlon booth will
at 7 A. at. aad clot at 10 p. at.
When n maid In the flraml T'nlon
Hotel went to-day to the room of a gentle-fa.
ed old lady, beloved by all the
larVaAta, she dlaOOVarad her arraying i
herself In a Dlghl robe of the fashion
of twenty-five years ugo. The old lady,
known as Mrs. II II. iHlchrlst, had
pleasant smile for the maid who brought
kg a kIsks of be want. An hourl
later, ill. h nan Jordan suielU d gas, i
traced It to the (lllchiist room, and en
tered with a pais key. Hti. t.iied on the1
liad with a ga tube flowing beside her,
was the old lady, her while hair In wild
disorder Bhe had been dead sonic Utile,
and Coroner li.ilihauscr ordered lier!
body removed to Stowe's undertaking
establishment, No. 431 Wost Fifty. tlrst
There Is quite a mystery about Mrs.
li. H. (iiichitst (the nam tha signed
to'the hotel register In June), Although
he gave no gdd raag and oonfldd in no
one, the servants be.'aine vry miiili
ItlAehed lo her In spite of th. r.i. t that
she did not tip as fnely us OUUom or
dains. Her hill wart promptly paid
until two weeks ago.
A search of her belongings revealed
that she till. I been ut one tltn.. u u...,.UHl
of inaasuaain a kHtai trm ,, jnr.
Portes.iue Inviting her I.. miet Oe-ar
Wild In January, Just, wa . found, a
well as one from A. De Cordova In
viting her on a yachting trip. The nam.,
of Frunk A. Munsey and tho address
No. i Tr Fifth avenue were found as
card. Only forty-nine cents was foun t
1n 1st 110, kettKiok. Two old trunks -on-Uilned
many unllquc dresaes of gplemlld
material and ih.iusun.ls of shares of le.
fund mining uml engineering iloek, Ad-
dresses of Lawyer Michael O'SulllVan,
'.v.. 111 West One Hundred an.) Tenth
' atieeti and Mr. Cobb, No. 4M jpahTlgT
tieet it Lsiuis. were also found.
IN ALDERMEN'S INQUIRY.
Letter Read i" Show He Consented
- tu Reopening of tauted
The qui t of tii.. Aioermanli Isvasbta
StOTa Was aaaln cairicil lutQ Ma) jt
fJaynoT! .Ml . to day, at the resumed
Inuring, wihen Clerk "Teddy" Casey
wvs called to 'he stand. He had been
asked to prodti'-c the papers In the case
01' fourteen policemen who had been
Usmlsaed and who had applied for re
l a airing and rnlnsiatement through the
Oflea of the Mayor
Clerk t'asey iroluced knly the ;ia
pers In Ihe OMt of Ueut, Foody and
Patrolmen Datnnbeil, Walefh, Frey and
Brady. The paperi affecting the otho
.'uses, the wrtnes raid, were at Po
ll re ffaadjniiartnri
In the case ol' Ci.mplx'll a letter waa
mil by Mr. Buokjtef showing that t.'om
i.iasloner W i! In luul rHuelii the
Mayor Hi reinstall that pol .. emun. The
coniuilssloiier .t.lK.1 reijui'sttsl similar tsO"
i ..11 In the case of l.leut. Finsly. lo
whi.ii the Mav.ir ugreeal. saying:
1 consent lo tin reopening of the
Fmal v case although I Uitnk his cai
demand severe punishment"
A ae UK ant Corpcesatlou counaei sterling
ihe flint wluieas, was ask oil by Ktnory
it. Buoknafi the AVteraien'i InQuaMor. if
he recalled ismfwiing with Coinmladon
er Waldo regarding Ldnut. Fdy, who
was dsuilMcil from the foi-or in Feb
i decline tu answer that queetliiu
under a geeUon f the law, No. BSf. of
the Code of civil PrOOeedUra a applying
tu lawyer and client," unentered Mr.
Then followed a long controvery.
In which Mr BUOkftOf and varloua
Aidermen tried to compel Mr Hterling
to testify, but the latter Insisted that
Mr. Waldo was the client of Ills de
partment and that he could not dis
close Donfidentlal matter.
Chairman Curran announced that
th,. committee had spent .'. n 'Ji'. up
to m l 1 The eommittM was voted
120.11(10 for the Investigation.
Half a Century in Bueiticte.
the Most Common Cause
of Everyday Difficulty
because no work is
the constant application
of your eyes. The strain
is bound to tell only
glasses prevent eyestrain.
K es Examined Without Charge
by Regietered Phyaiciana.
Perfect FUUaf Olaaaaa, .soto$i.
With Far anil Near Lenses, $4. SO to 118.
217 Broadway, Aitor House.
Sixth Ave., l5thSt. 350SixthAve.,22dSt.
101 Nu, Ann St. 17 West 42d New York.
498 Fulton St., Cor. Bond St.. Brooklyn.
? . S.AUman&CEn.
WILL PLACE ON SALE TO-MORROW (SATURDAY)
SEVERAL THOUSAND YARDS OF
FINE BLACK DRESS SILKS
INCLUDING CHARMEUSE. CREPE DE CHINE.
SOFT SATIN. SATIN REGENCE. FAILLE. MOIRE
AND POPLIN. AT . . PER YARD. $2.85
REGULAR PRICES $4.00 TO $5.50
ARRANGED IN DRESS LENGTHS.
FOR MEN and WOMEN
No Money $4 A
Down X Week
We carry ihe mint elaborate assort
mem of this season' hand-tailored
armtnis at prices much lower than
what you are accustomed to pay.
316 West 125thSt.,nr 8th Av
2858 3d Av., 149th St., Bronx
Oiirri I I'lilnsTNa
HAVE IN THEIR REGULAR STOCK
WOMEN'S DOMESTIC UNDERWEAR
AT THE FOLLOWING POPULAR PRICES:
NIGHTROBES OF NAINSOOK. CAMBRIC. MUSLIN AND
OUTING FLANNEL . AT 95c. TO $1.45
CHEMISES . . AT 75c TO 1.25
COMBINATION GARMENTS AT $..50 TO 2.75
DRAWERS . . AT 55c. TO 85c.
CORSET COVERS . . AT 68u TO 1.00
ALSO DRESSING JACKETS
OF OUTING FLANNEL . . AT $1.45
at 1.90 to 2.90
AUTUMN IMPORTATIONS ARE NOW BEING SHOWN OF
MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR B. ALTMAN CO. BY
TREFOUSSE ET C1E., CHAUMONT. FRANCE. IN CORRECT
STYLES FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
aflfllj Awmtr, 34th, un& 35th fctxrfte, JJwu orlt.
34th Street New York
Sale of Women's Trimmed Hats
Exceptional Offering of Women's Trimmed Hats
in combinations of Velvet, Plush and Velour. Ostrich
flower and imported fancy trimmings.
Valu?s f20.no to eUJ.oo. Special Saturday
Sale of Wo.rnen's Silk and Chiffon Waists
Waists of Brocaded Satin,
Crepe de Chine and Allover
Accordion Plaited Chiffon; copies
of imported models. Value 158.90
Blouse of Combination Satin 1
and Chiffon; trimmings of
Shadow Lace and Rhinestone
buttons. Value 7.90
Girls', Misses', Junior and Children's
Tailored Suits, Coats and Dresses
$25.00 Misses' Tailored Suits, 18.00
Misses' Custom Tailored Suits, also suitable for small women, 14,
16 and 18 years, of Cheviot and Mixtures in Black, Navy and Taupe;
satin linings; excellent tailoring and finish. Value $25.00
Exceptionally attractive and finely tailored Misses Suits of
Corduroy, Velvet, Eponge, Broadcloth and Mixtures
Misses' Tailored Coats
Eponge. Chinchilla and - Av . en
Double-Faced Materials. l.UU 10 ZZ.DV
Zibeline, Chinchilla, Boucle. t4L aaen n -re
Mixtures and Broadcloth. K).7f lu afiV.O
Misses' and Junior Dresses
Girls' Chinchilla Coats
Girte' Double-Breasted Chinchilla
Cnats. flannel lined throughout,
4 to 10 years.
French and Storm Serge,
in prevailing colors.
10.75 t0 15.00
Eponge. Corduroy, Char- n -A to -e en
meuse and Chiffon. ZZ-DV lu 3aOV
Girls' Tailored Coats
Sizes 8 to 16 years.
Boucle. Mixtures, Zibeline niein ia -7c
and Cheviot. 9.75 t0 16.75
Broadcloth, Boucle, Cor- e nn to 1 e AA
duroy and Mixtures. lO.UU lKJ JO.UU
Mixtures. Whipcord Velvet
and Corduroy, 4 to 8 years.
Boucle. Chinchilla, Velvet,
Broadcloth and Corduroy.
Girls' School Dresses
French and Storm Serge, e 7 c to O B
fancy trimmed, 6 to 14 years. a. JO V.O
Challis. Corduroy and Q qAtoic nn
Checked Materials. V.OU l" ld.UU
Boys ClothingExtraordinary Values
Boys' English Novelty Suits. Exact copy of
imported model in rough mixtures. New fash
ioned trousers. 9 to 16 years. Value 115.00
Boys' Norfolk, Double-Breasted and Fancy
Patch Pocket Suits. New all wool fabrics,
including blue serge. 8 te IB years. Value 1 12.50
Boys' Russian Overcoats of all wool chinchilla
and fancy mixtures, in three-quarter box models,
2JStol2yesrs; wool lined. Valuef7.5J. Special
Boys' English Overcoats in three-quarter and
full length models, convertible collar. All wool
chinchilla and fancy mixtures. Wool linings.
5 to 18 years. Value to 815.00. Special
1 IT at m
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