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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
POLICE IS AN EVIL
IDestructive of Discipline, Hx
jfcommissioner Tells Currail
Jnrmsr In11re Commissions JSfflol
C rropssy wn. nillftl an a witness to
day at thr fSSUtnod IifnrtiiR of Mil
Cdrran Alrtrrmsnio Investigating Com
inMtee, and wnn questioned by Mr.
Huckner ri-gurtlina the of N
Instating policemen dismissed from
the Pollre. Department.
Mr. rropsey reel ted severnl rourt
dectalnns In which It VfAl held that cer
tain men IhOQM be reinstated bOOSUM
of ,thrlr rnxular payments to the pension
fund. Ak- ! as to th" pfT5t if these
reinstatements. Mr. Oropsey .ill:
"Tnev arc liarmf.il to the (Orel " Ho
added that th courts have dey'ded tn
faror of policemen, ordering rolnstaitOa
merit in the majority of rate. "1'nually
ho order of the OOUTl OOCtlOi with It u
rule rixpilrtnif payment of 'laok salary'
to reinstated poll emot) fTOd dale of
dlamlseal. Tl equcn :ly -and to the di
trtmtmt of discipline," Mr. Cropsey Midi
"relni-tate-il men go back to tiiplr former
preelm-ts and report for duty to th"
vory offlrem who may have cannon dl.-.-HBSSSl."
Xlr. Oropsey suKKes'.ed tliat adciiuate
i tiai.K' a In thi chatter inlaTht furtlloh
remedy. POftlllMtVi instead of COtnpul'
nory Joining the peMion fund might he
a ! round boaoficlo.il
"The right of reinstatement in an
rvll. " the witness said.
'Discipline 1n the department l all
Important without it nothing; ran he
effectively SOOOmpllShoS," said Mr.
Cropsey. "The system of reinstate
ment attacks discipline. There should
be stability In the department sufficient
to prevent a UMWHotllllS Commissioner
overruling IiLh predecessor in the turn
of dismissals and refussJ to appoint."
DISMISSAL OF LIEUT. FOODY IS
Mr. Huckner reverted to the ease of
t.leittentant Th.is. Koody who wna dls-
tnlMod by Mi ClUpHfi hut reinstated
b ' 'nnihils-do'icr Waldo, and asked Mr.
Cropse to loll th" alary. Mr. I'nip" y
testified Ihnt Fo idy was found absent
frOin the deek. Later h" waa found In
liie OsptSkVfl nnnn, the dour of which
was closed. Knodn's coat km off. -a
ClVltlSn friend was present. A bottle of
whiskey and glasses were on a table
POOd y explained that the OffUlU 'ae
his taller and declared he bad BOt
partaken or the whiskey. Foody said
lie himself waa surprised by the pree
Mea of the whiskey and situs which
bad been brOUfht by the civilian vol
intnrl'y. BIlMhftffl also dismissed Foody
who STSS reinstated by Commissioner
Mr. CfOPaoy teatlfied that he had
talked about the Koody case with May
or Onynor before diSAlsetns' the lleti
tenntit. The Mayor MM previously
wrlten to Mr. t'ropeey iMlOflfUJ letters
appealing 'i.r clemency for Foody. in
tn.' day .if receiving a second letter
from the Mayor repardlr.K Foody Mr.
Cropsey dismissed him.
"Charity toward delinquents should
not be oMrclOOd or the polloe force will
booomo demoralised, a police osniuils
Btoneeablp Is Ha easy bct'th, ttut a tnan
should not ac ept the Job unless he Is
prepared to be severe .1 well as Just,"
said Mr. SopoO) .
Mr Huckner also referred to the ease
of Lieutenant Lake of the Harbor
BQUau, who was dismissed by Mr. Crop
spy for being asleep while supposed to
he doing desk duty.
Inspect.. r Sehmlttberger and former
Deputy DrlaVCOll found like, partly dis
robed, asleep on an Improvised couch in
a remote room in the station house.
ConnWaolpner Waldo reinstated Lake.
Mr. Cropsey said that Mlraheau L,
Towns, then a rlose friend of Mayor
Oavnor. was 1 nsel to Lake.
Baforf dbMIUMlng the Lake case Mr.
Cropsey talked with the Mayor regard-In,-
the accused l.leutenint. "I told the
Mayor I had not tried Lake because I
assumed that be (the Mayor) had some
Interest In Lake." Mr. t'ropsey testified.
"1 tolil the Mayor (hat as long as I
was Police Commissioner I would act
as Mich and would dismiss Lake If I
ltelleve.1 the evidence warranted. Other
wise. I told the Mayor he could change
his Pollca Commtafllonor."
Subsequently the Mayor again wrote
to 'ommlssloner Cropsey regarding
Lake asking if it was not time that
Lake was (logtblo for retirement.
WILL APPEAL TO DIX
Alderman and Clergyman Are
Among Those Arrested Up
State for Strike Talks.
LITTLE FALTA N. T., Oct. 1a
Charles ROO, an Alderman of Amster
dam, II A. Simmons, .lames .1 Harry,
a lawyer, and Robdfl Hakemnn, a for
mer clergyman, all Hoilallsts, and the
three latter from BolMlttCtady, were ar
rest" d here to-day follnw'ng an attempt
to address the mill strikers In the park.
They have appealed to Gov. HI.
U orge n. Lunn, the Medalist Mayor of
S'-henpctady, was arraigned in police
court to-day charged wl'h blocking a
public pi.ua'. Hi; was affCMOd e"t. i
day while nddrcsaing a crowd of xtrlk
Ing workmen of a local mill.
At the concluelon of the evidence
against him, the Mayor's attorney
moved that the case be. dismissed on
the ruuild that the city ordinance mak
ing possible te arreat was unconetHu-
Ittdffl OMIInl drilled th motion, and
Mr. Lunn was called to the stand. The
i ,'.se probably will le on ail day .
Matyof Lunn went to the park durlnaT
the court re. 'ess and attempted to apeak.
The poll interfered and were trying
to Uls1'"' ule Lunn f t om Ills puriMiso when
Iba men s I'.iseuuently arrested opened
There was 1111 h popular exeltement
and some of the tiusirteas men have
asked that the auttiorlties ntmeaj to the
t.'nvernir to enli 111 1 1 the m !Mtln
Tim men am Med. In a telegram to
CJoVi IlK. Innulred Wielher the consti
tution had been ahrogali-d and if they
weie to lie refused the right of free
Another 24-page Magaiine
next Sunday. Don t fail to
get it. Order next Sunday's
World in advanc. See your
newsdealer to-morrow morn
ing. eei x
Neiv lierman A mhnsaador r.n
land. BRLtN, Oct. !. I'rince Llchnowaky
was appointed Amtiassadnr to london
to-day. suis-eedlng the late Haron vtar
acliall von BlOboPStOltt.
NEW PARTY LIMITS VOTE
TO THE AMERICAN BORN.
Latest Political OrfinlfatlOfl Ptodgla
Itself to Have This Plank f
-erleJ in U. S. Constitutinn.
County Clerk Schneider was somewhat
astounded this efternoon when a party
of men walked in, handed him a docu
ment and asked him to place It on nie.
The document turned out to bo ttie
Plrill of a new Solllknal PSTt) to lie,
known al "The Patty of the Amerleanl
Iflaf." and one of the dclaratlona of
the new party Is.
"Nil woman or man eJtsll hereafter 1
become ollglhlc to vote at any national,
Slate or local election unless she or l
shall he over twenty-one years of age1
and a Mthrobom cltlr.cn of the United.
Mtates of America." This plank, the'
County Clerk was told, the new party1
ptodjfea to have inset ted In the t'on-i
StllUtlOn of the (Tnttad States
OontlnUlnd 'be deilnratlon aayt:
This plank to bo Invited, shall not
In inl sray affect the rlghu of any!
parson of forelan birth, heretofore or I
hereafter ciMiiing to the t'nlted ettat a
of America, of the privilege of Isscom- j
1n citlsens at the United Slntea
America, if legally and properly ad-
minted to such cltltenshlp. for the pur I
poee of havVng the benefits of the p-o-
tec, ton of tile flag of the Vfrtted Fltales.
and nut otherwise l tide la to bo
aithowt prejudice to race, nreed or
The elgnees of the document are
rraastltn .1. HlaoltofT, No, IS Washing
ton street .losiph M irflPi No li New
Yorli avenue .lames M. Hlllorr. N 1
ilea Lexington avenue. W Alartln. No.
17 Klushlng avenue. Astoria. tfoWtll
Auclr. No. InnT Avenue N, Itro.khn.
lanmn Leone. No 1" Hector etreid. Mia
hattan; Willis II Winn. No IS) ,Hte--Ing
place, rtrooklvn, and John II. Oatilt,
of Rldgewoial. N. J.
We arc now showing the
newest FALL STYLES
ubn 4 Fremdh Hk
1 Novelties In
High Button and Lace Shoes
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rakon orne. mmmm
mm sataj St. and SsWSJfJ
WmM'i PiaHaai Offtea. SaS
Waa ISSth Si. aaaf WarteTa
tea a., WreesJrw.
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1 kirn 780 100.00 1
mjM 1000 mow 1
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mill, Ht. I, St.tt.a at (araer
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AMHKUST, Man, Oct. 1. Th
Ohstftofi tlM Ml Hiid th ktv4 of A?n
herat iolfK wt trt?stnt(M to Dr.
Altxanlcr Mrlklo.tohn, former denn .f
Brown l 'JliVtJi1 Mty. who whs InnuKUi-alt i
President or Amiiorst tj-iav
KiKht hundrod dsllW-tM and guest h
WltAMMd tho fXoivlfii'H
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Bonwit Teller & Co.
ANNOUNCE FOR TO-MORROW
The Season's Most Extraordinary
Sale of Women's Charmeuse & Cloth Coats
The fabrics are exclusive, having been specially purchased for
the making of these coats. Every garment made expressly in
our own workrooms.
Regular prices 37.50 to 55.00
Twelve of the smartest models in London
style coats and dressy trimmed effects.
Made of charmeuse. velour de laine, wool velvet, chinchilla,
Donegal tweeds, black and white diagonals, cote dc cheval and
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
l Fall and Winter !!
Twruty-five years of study and
stpsrisnes iii los Clothini buil-
ncss huve won for I he firm of eitz
ti Tsnbli ill- ooafldsoca of the
Tboutandi testify annually to
their latia action in their doeling
We display Suits in u variety of
Uxlurea ulxl patterns, till of the
latest Kali iiinl Winter design.
Same quality on credit.
Cheaper than cash elsewhere
Open an account now and
aelect the clothing for yourself
American Sheffield Plate
Fine Pieces, Saving One-Third
These are reproductions of the famous English grape and thread
border designs from a fine American factory. All are heavily
plated on copper base.
The maker found an accumulation of certain pieces Vegetable
Dishes, Meat Platters, Card IVays and (iallery Trays among
them. We secured them to sell at a third below their regular
prices, and have further enriched the collection by a number of
pieces from our own stock. Here are the prices:
Card Trays ut ?Bc to 91.80, regularly tl.bu to 18,
OrJkry Trnys "9.10 to $19. 80, regularly 120 to $30.
VegtUbla Dih at $3.76 i nd $7.60, rtniTsfb $6.60 mid S9.76.
Meat Plttttn at $4.60 to $13.60, regularly $6.60 to $2i:.6().
Bonbi. n Dinhesat 60c. regularly $1. And many other pieces at the ssamo
price-reduction. 0 Main Floor
WRITE I OK
Pay X Week
Zeitz & I
SS5 Fallon St.. Opp. Elm PI.
Thin hniiif rnHls) uf thr Bi-nimimnTlnv
nrlh 1 , iiiul ! on nIiiw III our M trrromi.
fetionhisT oii fit. il m llifj hoiiIiI ipestr
In jour ImiiH-.
Our Liberal Credit Terms
$50 Worth $3 Down) .-, , aB
$75 Worth $5 Down) wMtr.
$100 Worth $10.00 Downii-fiSlK
DINING ROOM $150 44 $15.00 44 $2.00
$200 44 $20.00 44 $2.50
$30 0 44 $30.00 44 $3.00
$400 44 $40.00 44 $4.00
$50 0 44 $50.00 44 $5.00
nil Vrlolir Mill, ft
DliprMI l'lt-r Mirror,
litinh Imm'I ""
rurlor Tulilf UiriiHsj
f ft 1 1 : liiiiiiNniue
liitnii and lilit:
i i 1 of liiiniUoniD
I V t II r I III r Kf
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S WOO M S
Warm and Long, at $8
The price is a special one. We drove a bargain for the making
of these Coats, otherwise we should have to sell them for a third
more. They are made of standard all-wool chinchilla.
Sizes for youngsters of 2K to 10 years; in a polo model, with
collars of the same materiaf, and belted all around. Splendid
quality worsted lining. Navy blue, and light or dark gray a
great find at $8. Other Winter Overcoata for small boys, in a
great variety, at $6 t" $15.
Equally Good at Their Price These Suits at $6.60
All-wool materials; the coats, terge-lined, faced ut bottcm. TWO PA1KS
OF TROUSERS, amply cut, and fully lined. Norfolk and plain double
breasted styles, in handsome gray or brown, for boys of 7 to 18 yean.
Older Boys' Long Overcoats, $10
These fine Overcoats ure in a smart double-breasted style, with belted back:
many all around, or without belts. 'Wumi wool or serge lining Several
styles at the price; anil as good coats as we imaicine you can find anywhere
for the money. Sizes 8 to 18 years. Fourth Floor
Vera Quid LINENS
Wr a Real Scots Burr
Natives of Dunfermline, which is all they need by way of
credentials for wholesome sturdiness and prepossessing appear
ance. For this old Scotch town is famous for the excellence of the
Linens which are its chief product.
We bought the splendid Tablecloths and Napkins in this ship
ment at the mills early this Summer, and our direct importation
of them makes it possible to sell them at prices to interest greatly
the thrifty housewife.
Table Clothl in several good new designs, from 72x72 inchee, at $2.60, to
72x144 inches, al $S.
Napkins to match, 20-inch, 22-inch, 24-inch, at $3.60, $3 and $3.78 a dozen.
A rather liner grade, from the same makers, in beautiful round designs, ex
clusive with (ilMUKLS, from 72x72 inch, at $3.60, to 72x144 inch, at $7.26.
For round tables, SlxNl inch, and 80x1)0 inch, at $6 and $6.76.
Napkins to match, 22x26 inch, at $4 and $6 a dozen.
For a few days we will hem any of the abuve Tuble Cloths and Napkins
without charge. Second Floor
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HE Sunday Worlds
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
tions" than any other
two mediums in the
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TallH Rat, in olares
link Kin In II ClOM,
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GOODS l)r.I.IFUEO BY
"OR I Itllf KSUNMRKfr:i
Hosiery With a Good
Claim on Your Interest
, One of the secrets of successful storekeepinK Ik looking at
thinns from other M'ople's point of view, and anticipating their
wishes as far as possible.
That is why this Hosiery stock has so many friends. And are
some of (he particular sorts of Hosiery that we have found out
that men anil women want. That they are good for their price
goes without saying.
For Women Thread Silk Stnckin.es, in black, white, tan and a few colors.
Cotton or Mlk Hurler tops with reinforced Holes. 86c a pair -though
Htsde tr sell (ur more.
For Women Heavy Cotton Stockings, imported; in regular sizes and larger
oi.es to lit over heavy underwear. Ml liliiok, or with undleaohed split
soli i, 36c B p iir, 3 pairs (or $1.
For Women Cashmere Stockings for coldest weather. Heavy or medium
weight. French feet, black or natural color. Sizes 8) t up to the unusual
10! . 66c a pair,
For Children Oood Stockings of rihU'l cotton and lisle, in three weights,
liluck, white, and tan, with double heels' and soles. 36c u pair; 3 pairs $1.
For Men -Imported Cotton Socks, black or tan, hand-seamed, also mener
ited lisle, i i blaok and colors, medium weight, and very lustrous. 36c a
pair: 3 pairs for $1.
For Men Heavy Silk Hoeks, reinforced heell and soles, hluck and some colors.
A surplus of a dollur or lietler qualities.
hrar. Dtnlnf Kimhii. Ilrilruoni, Kldhcn,
iiii Uit i iiriiiturt litnif p .mi
Vinu I riitn I loll ft W I tliff
u itli '.t i 'l
Continuing the Notion Sale
Dressmakers and women who do their own sewing arc gladly
profiting by (his opportunity to lay in the needles and thread,
tapes and braids, ami all the other Hewing things they need ju.it
now. So here's another day of the Notion Sale:
a f '4.00
76c for iiox, 12 yds,, Imported Dreas-
v.eight Taps, hluck or Whits,
36c for itti: spool Dressmakers'
"Ideal" Sewing Silk.
10c for three 6c pHers CimLels
"Ducheti" Knglish Puis,
16c fur two 10c iiooks Olmbsli Im
ported BSSOrttd Tins, blaek, white or
10c for three Be cards Qlmbeli
"Savoy" Safety Tins, Nos. 0, 8.
10c for three 5c esfdjl "QUSSn" re
moval ie bone Collar Bupports,
6c for Bo roll ( lot I on Tape, black or
10c lor piece, 6 yards, Imported Em
broidered ridging, Id different colore.
20c for piece, fi yards, Imported
Iii nii.t itching, extra f inequality.
28c to $1.26 for Silk Torset I.aces,
tnliuhir and flat m 6, 8, - 10 and 12
26c li r pair 'iirnhels Garment
lin ss SI ields, rw.ily udjustetl.
26c f -r two 16c "Ciripfast" Klaatic
SI. irt waist lit lis.
26c fur box, 6 balls, Gimbels Im
perted French Darning Cotton, splen-
did colon looks like silk.
18c for twelve 2e spools (). N. T.
Darning Cotton, black white and
tan. Main Floor
An Exposition and Sale of Untrimmed Hats Hi
And Trimmings Will Take Possession of
Our Entire Main Aisle Tomorrow
This will not he a mere sale, hut a magnificent Display of Millin
ery ucquisltes- the majority having been imported by us direct.
In every particular this will be an extraordinary Display, for It
will only include styles that are up to the minute. A pane hat is
never permitted to remain at dlMHULS- for we have a high
Standard of Style, that we Insist upon maintaining at all times.
These economical prices for the newest Untrimmed Hats and
Trimmings are possible because of the magnitude of our foreign
purchases, and our power in Paris and other European centers for
Millinery Trimmings. To be exact, everything shown in this
Display has been imported by us, except the American Plush
Hats, Ostrich and Paradise Plumages, which came to us by special
Durchases for this event.
This Display of Feathers will alone lie worth a visit, for there 1,
will be exquisite specimens of the birds of France, England, Ger
many, Austria, China, Japan, Africa, Australia, North urd South
America. It is impossible to give prices in detail, so we shall
quote a lew, as an index:
French Feathers, Including Georg
ette wings, 66c to $3.60.
English Feathers, including Pheas
ant tails and hackle motif , 60o to $9.76
German Featheri, including bands
and how -k not a, 60c to $4.60.
Assorted Fancy Feathers, includ
ing hackle, burnt coqre and the new
flat trimmings, 76o to $6. B0.
Oours, $2.60 to $36.
Oatrloh Bands, $1.60, $3, $3.26,
Bird of Paradise In the new cluster
effects, $6, $8, 111.80, $14,
Imported 811k Valour PRshHsts,
810 Some with soft crowns. Others
in semi-stiff, in small and medium
shapes. liluck. seal brown, navy,
taupe, amethyat, purple, mole, gray
American Velour Plash Hats,
87.80 Quite like the French, for they
are made of imported plush. Tho new
colors, also black in a variety of
small and medium styles.
8BB 8U8ssT, 8
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The No-Charge Trimming Service
will be extended, if you purchase a Hat and Trimmings in this exposition, or in our regular Mil
linery Sections. Third and Main Floors
V?h Thc Kerchief Blow,e l
A J that .f,t,tn,ycith knob, XJ 1
A -A Mr ribbon crural that m lip f ljm
J : 'A. Ss through a hemttitched I Wm I
r 'jjpjz "I'"', outlined with tint) ) .r J J
f" '' Aj Srrrrat ifr.iioun of the Btl
f 'BT "PrinOS Imperial" t rill Mi 4-
V f X 9m Mouse all with liooe Vsl P
V 1 XW pier re collar n. Hi
1 T 'I liac llloune.i are all --s' C- ' ' I
" V " fitu French voile MV J
uhitr of course. ' S$? f
2,100 Blouses of the Hour at $2
(Umbel Hi-product Hon CjJ the Fire Models That Hare Captivated
Part ami New York. These Model dost Us $J5 to $75 Each to Import.
If you could hut know how many hours of tedious energy were spent in per
fecting these IMouses to sell at $2 1 First of all, we went to Paris to gtt the models
the ones that the Parisiennes have adopted themselves. Then came the task of hav
ing them reproduced in Blouses of quality, that would not be mere shams, or only
the styles in effect. But, we have succeeded! And we are sure that our endeavors
will make many women happy tomorrow. Our only regret is that the number is
limited 2,100 -which is not many when all New York is clamoring for such Blouses.
The Sale will bt held tn the regular Ibuse Shop, Third floor. Center.