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SEE THIS EVENING'S JOURNAL FOR OTHER BARGAIN FRIDAY SALES
John Marrta of No. 1711 Pro-pact
riaes, Brooklyn, Hz years old, was run
down by mi auto-truck belnnslna: to
tha McMullan Trucking Company at
Underbill and St. Mark's avnup,
Brooklyn, to-day. Ilia Ira- and Jaw
were broken and hi head was Injured
He waa taken to the Jewish Hospital
The driver of the truck, Frederick
Klrby of No. 1IJ Clinton avenue, waa
Enjoy Our Mid-Day Cabaret
GIRLS IN OPIUM DOZE
IN TENDERLOIN HOTEL
Eighth Flour, Restaurant.
Well-Known Favorites. Circulating. Singing of Popular Songs.
jO.nTf Ttftf o inn l Nahan Frankos Orchestra, Alternating
rOpULUr IVlUbltaie with The Ladies' Imperial Orchestra
IN NKW YORK'S SHOPPING CKNitR. EASY TO REACH PROM EVERYWHERE
Operslir Sflrrliona hy Mll. anlarrllL
THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
Hereafter a Patrolman Will
Stand Beside the Lincoln's
Register Keeping Tabs.
Try Uric-0 Free
Trial Bottle Free to All
Tha Hotel T.lnroln, nt Fifty-second
street end Itrmilwnv, received an of
ficial vlalt early to-day from Inspector
DRHI and fourteen or his Tenderloin
dwteeffves, following the aliened receipt
of omplalnta about the manner In which
the place was conducted.
After taking nota from the register of
what aeemed to htm the auspicious pre
potiderenee of transient guests, the In
spector made a tour of the building,
ncgiartlnn. he left one of hla men on
wwtah behind him.
Manager Stengel MM to-dsy he would
consult his attorney to ascertain If
Dwyer really had the authority to In-
vaae nis dik -o wnuuut n warrant. 10
make perlodj at "Inspections, '
Not alone Is this raid a subject of
Peculation "tn injr habitues of the hotet
for. In addition, 1t has been announced
that hereafter a uniformed policeman
will take h's pnst near the hotel regis
ter every evening at 7 o'clork nnd stay
uirtll S In the morning, mentally noting
each paraun who enters and engages a
No arrests were made hy the visiting
detectives, who were carried to the hotel
In two automobiles at an esrly hour.
With ths Inspector at their head, they
marched into the hotel and demanded
the register. Dwyer questioned the
clerk aa o the number of persons In
the place and then began a thorough
examination of tho structure. A detec
ting was put In charge of the tele
phone switchboard In pUce of the regu
lar operator to prevent an alarm get
ting out before the Inspecting party
In one room, to which a laxy voice
bade the vldtors enter, two girls were
found with opium pipe stems to their
lips. In another room a man was
dreaming amid clouds of the same
Inspe -tor Uwver hart been assured he
had the authority to make the Inspec
tion without watrant and. since he took
the night manager of the place with
him. there waa no necessity to break
down any door. Where those within
did not respond a pass key wns used.
It If believed that the preaence of the
uniformed policeman at the desk w ,11
a check upon the patrons of the I.ln
n sufficient to satisfy the persona
who made the complaints.
At Inspector Dwyer'a office It was
said this ufternoon that Sectlf-n 32 of
the Liquor Uoans law not only cm
powered him but made It his duty to
make an Inspection of places whenever
conditions lid him to believe there
might be violations of the law, without
regard to Hie production uf positive
proof. When this was luought to the
nttentlon of Manager Stengel of the
hotel he WSJ highly excited and indig
nant. "This Is nothing hut persecuilon," lio
aald. "I don't think the police had any
legal right to enter the hotel. I am
going to consult my lawyer to-lay and
find out If I may take the matter to
court. I want to proceed against In
apector Dwyer for hli visit last night
if I have legal ground and also prevent
him from keeping a policeman on g.iard
la the hotel lobby."
Don't Seller Another Day When Yet Cat
lor a Few Ceils Flat Oat What
this Reaety Will Do.
TV wnnt tVtff man and worn in In
America who In nffllrtet. at all with Hht
tratlam tn nA to ua to rlav for a fro-i
trill bottla of L'rlc-O. Tt.ll offar la un
uaual, am) In made 10 convlnra von that
you can be urad. lrlc O Mftdl but Itttt
Introduction, ai It la now bain ua-ad all
Hooray! Vrlr-O Knock- Rheumatism.
ovr the countrv with wonderful NNtM
Frank Ilnwa. MdWlMVlllt, N. T-. aava:
"I aufrVrad manv with Hheumattem.
nald to doctnra over $1,000, waa a oflHOli
ami went about on crutchen. The us of a
few bottlea of l.'rlo O OMftd me and I rec
ommend the remedy to all Ml fere ra of
thla dreadful dlreaae."
In dlitrlbuthisT thane aamnla we hoi'
the thousands who think the are Incur
able will be reached. m thai we cen nrove
to t hem that t rie -O U the one medicine
above all that will give tha Vtlooma re
lief and a permanent euro. Do not haal
tat a. but aand your name and addrae to
the Trie O I'ompanv. lit State ft., lilna
hamton. N. Y.. and we will aend you at
once a trial bottla. Writ your nam
j.lalnlv. and cn-loaa 10 ceuta In etampa Of
coin to partlv oav ahlpplnx axpenaea. Do
not delay. Send at onca.
Vrle-O la aold by druxfflata at f 1.00 per
bottle, or alx bottlea for 1. 00s and ta un
questionably the only remedy to cure tha
terrlMe dlaaaaa of Khaum.Lt. am. no matter
how chronic the case.
Um CARMEN-VOT danareroaa
ci-n.i-i i.-.i -and acquire hcauty without
waiting or rubbing. Jir t a touch of
and ynur healthy, bliinc beauty 01 youth
ii ennan-- i. t j rman ui
off. with ut
i arm ft. wmm
h inn ikw i
i ri :1, T-.-nt f i -
no dansjr no pgwdsr affect -no ruimii
til you rub it
. m r t her powoera
To-morrow and Saturday ar the
laat days of rafflatration. If you do
mot rogiotar yon cannot vote. BWgio
tratlon bootha will open at 7 A. M. and
olOM at 10 F. U .
akin or i wi
If da.krr(( ffffrantt i$ frmnnt MS
four fia'a rer t sr IIMplM tlNl Wlgp
Carmen Cold Cream
-tjooH for sore, iwahskla. Bnow-wbit
Non-si.rkjr. tb mi&c
At f ford-Miller Company,
BIS Oliv Street St. Louie. Mo.
(or Their Suits'
6 th Ave.
To-Morrow A Mighty
All sizes for women and
misKS and extra
12-75 15.00 17.50
Gorfircvuly fceautiful S 'itJ Ihe very esse-c?
affaarilftn rrcductscf the most skillf arc!
artistic deii(,ncra of tie lard. In paieinrly
superii r in tverj' wny t ) equal priced rf aits elsewhere. They're
of the same high, standard and character as those that have
made this stcrt "Farrois fnr their Suits."
Two Pages from Our Book of Special Values
Positively the Strongest List of Friday Bargains Ever Published
VKRY item will serve to substantiate the above statement a sensationally strong merchandising event purposely planned to emphasize the
saving possibilities our low prices insure there is not u want you cannot satisfy at these splendid bargain prices. Pick out the particular things you are interested
in, shop where you will and then come here and compare prices and quality- you'll then know the reason for this store being filled daily with enthusiastic shoppers.
Odds and Ends Silks, Values to $1
CHECKED satins, marquisette. ft
cwpe de chine, etc., at extra special yd. I J C
$2 Satin Crepe Meteors
ALL 40 inches wide, all desirable v
street and evening shades 1.1 U
$1 Dress Poplins
ALL SO inches wide, in choice q
range ol colors, yd O J C
Women's 30c Underwear
FLEECE lined Vests and Pants, nQ
ribbed, cotton fleered Sa7C
Children's 35c & 45c Underwear
ELKKCK lined, cotton ribbed shirts,
pants and drawers, all sises JLzJc
10c Shaker Flannel
HEAVY quality for undergar- r
mcnts, etc., fleeced on both sides; yd. OlC
18c Kimono Crepes
TIE ST quality, handsome new
patterns; no mail orders; yard L 2t1C
Women's 39c Drawers
EXTRA size, fine cambric, French rr
band: Kagle Brand; pair 2yp
Herond Hour. No Mall Orders.
Women's 89c Night Gowns
FLANNELETTE, in neat stripes, , m
number of styles; at K)L C
$3.50 Silk Jersey Petticoats
IN' a range of colors and black- $ rft
plaited flounce of messaline JL.dj
Hrcunil floor. No Mall lrdrrs.
Men's $2 Cuff Buttons
MANY hand engraved, finished
in rots, gold, polish, Roman and
$1.00 Paris Jewelry Novelties
BAH Plug Brooches, Collar Pins,
Hat Tins, etc. ; choice 2tOC
Boys' Polo Chinchilla Coats
DOUBLE breasted style for tr fto
boys, flannel lined, sires 4 to 10 yrs. 2!i.jJ
Mreond I loor.
Men's $15 to $18 Suits
FANCY Mixtures, cheviots, $m g mm
black tbibet, blue and fancy serges Xvl.t &
Women's $1.35 Gloves
FRENCH kid, two clasp style, OQ
black, white, tan, pair 07 C
Women's $3.00 Kid Gloves
1 f button mousfiuetaire, French! QQ
XJ kid, black and white, pair 1 oOlT
Women's $2.50 Kid Gloves
O button Mousquetaire kid,
A M black and white, special at pair l.OZs
Remnants of 60c Table Damasks
IN leugliis i to 3 yards, handsome o r
designs, yd Oi7C
$1.50 & $1.75 Odd Table Cloths
VARIOUS lengths, hem-
atitched, silver bleach, in many I s rf
Main I loor.
$2.00 Linen Napkins
EVERY thread pure flax, sizes 'lis
il by 11 inches, at. dozen
Men's $ 1 .00 Underwear
FINE caahmere, lg or short -
sleeve shirts ami iniklc length drawers. OirC
Men's 91.00 Shirts
H1CII grade percale, all coat -q
models, neat colored stripes, at Ol7C
Muln I- loor.
Dining Rpom Domes
VlfROUGHT Iron in thp dead-
w w "I niir,,,.
ft ri en or amber, at. t.it)
Nlilh I loor.
I'rui CSVlOr) J
II. . . .
i tssn st.
I. -u.. r)oaii "1A-
.i ...'li.r rl I
i ii.r.i-i mild "r
sharp) I. Iftr
nsrs p Q
rial. tl. . . IOC
linii tndsr kr
vk- . . .
A Kitinlr Uun
frr with och T
t a It
Black Velvet Untrimmed Hats
hata, 1A eteaUtnl ihpa, at $1,170
Black Velvet Tarn Crown Hats
WITH bloc ked velvet hrims,
trimmed with it ostrich tips. . . $JO
Women's $19.75 Dresses
VELVET corduroy; colors, in
taupe, navy ami black $A?.DU
Women's $25.00 Suits
OF men's wear serge, cheviot, rwv
oxford ami mixture SAO.vlvf
Third I loor.
Women's $18.75 Loi.gf Coats
of pebble cheviot, in bluck and . j ry m ft
navy $ jU.L 9
Women's $37.50 Rus. Pony Coats
ALSO black and sable coats, i f tL
splendidly ttiatlr . . .nit-, 5
50c Jar of Cold Cream
DAGGETT & RAMSDELL, juat i
for a our day medal, at, jur JT C
Peroxide of Hydrogen
REGULAB 8Ac bottle to be sold s a
Friday only, a( li7C
Princess Dress Shields
RECiULAH and Crescent shape, sn
Sizes t, 3 and 4, four pair (limited JtOC
SILK covered, black and white,
tl.UO box, quantitv limited OOC
75c Dress Goods
fk in. wide clan check, shadow
ars' striped serges, diagonals, etc., yd., JLisC
$1.50 Chiffon Broadcloth
In. wide, 1 ponged and -q
shrunk; good range of .-hades. . . DOC
Main I loor.
$1.25 Wool Suitings
in. wide, basket weave y-Q
effect; many choice colors; yard.. DOC
85c 54-inch Suitings
VARIOUS heather mixed or.
effects; at, yard OiC
Mm ill I'lnur.
Men's 50c to $1 Cigar Cases
GENUINE Leather, hand K
sewn; also Irsv purses JL)C
$2 Shaving Mirrors
IMPORTED. Nickel Silver,
French bevelled glum y?C
$1.39 Pastel Drawings
BY Christy, Fislier, Underwood r m
aud Grefe, IMsubj'U. frmet, lSsMOdo
I'lllirth I lour.
$12.00 Enamelled Bed
THE posts an- of two inch con- A
tinuous steel tulini(. All nisei, 0.;5
$45.00 Parlor Suite
3 -PIECE, loose cushion saddle 'rs -.
seats, carved top ril; Friday at Oi.DXJ
$25 to $30 Buffets
ALL at the record low price
of (about an t.. g.,' 1 7.95
$35 to $40 Buffet
Misses' Tailored Suits
FANCY Cheviot and Suitings, r --ne-
H lo IS vc.ir-, value H0.T4 J 2i 7 S
Misses' Winter Coats
CI LL length, Empire model o4 t
Zibflinr sites M to 1H val. l.7a. X.'J.CO
Odd Beaded Garnitures
VARIETY of styles; some aq
sold as high us f0.?." l.oO
.lln I loor.
Chiffon Rose Trimming
VARIETY f ihadett very much
in demand at present; at. yard. OaC
Main I tanr.
Crystal Beaded Bands
IN a bi variety of designs; various qq
widths, worth up to II. M yard "Oc
Main I loor.
Women's Neckwear Sample Lines
EVERY wauled style; values up a i
to 73e.; hoire at JiAtC
$18.50 to $25.00 Tunics
IfeEADED Tunics, odd lots t
lift from reeent big siie
.Main I I it nr.
Men's and Women's Handker
chiefs DURE Irish Linen, IKc. aud .c.
values; all pwfeeti ipadal at X JLlC
Main I I. .nr.
Men's and Women's Handker
chiefs BOX of six; various stvles of
letters; vulues to 11.00 Os7C
Alain I loor.
Children's 75c Caps
ORDUBOY and silk caps, white sQ
ami colors, spei ial at J C
Hrrontl I li.ur.
Women's $1.25 Kimonos
CREPE, Flannelette ami Challie q,
kimonos, Ipeoial Priday, at OOC
Sim mill T loor.
Women's 75c Sacques
FLANNELETTE Pressing q
BtWUMi m lid Prlduf only, At tjC
Nawt und I loor.
Misses' $14.75 Frocks
OF Botany serf,"', splendid
braided models, sises 14 to 18 I q av a
ears O. L a?
I lilr.l Fluor.
Misses' $16.50 Dancing Frocks
OF Chiffon, hand embroidered 1 f f(
ratfLaUts 14 10 is, at XU.UU
Foreign Jewelry Novelties
BAR PINS, Friendship Pins, Hat -n
PilU, etc., (s.l)O values, special DUC
Kerr's 15c Lustre Twist
1 Yard spool, black and white, q
J wV spool, limited, Friday, at OC
Main I loor.
4ZKELETON rycjrlusses (forscwinn
and rrailitig), at .
Gold Filled "Surefit" Eyeglasses
SKELETON Eyeglasses (the r AQ
new Limb, ipMial tomoiroTi at . . . ju.fyi)
Sure Seal Jars
PINTS, :!ie dosen; quarts, ooc OQ
doieu; Vi gallon, ilo.en i70
si, th I liior.
100-Piecc Dinner Sets
DECOR WED American
PofOtlftin, i ntra value, nt
Mull I li ill.
COLORS lire black, white, rj vs.
blur ami pink, corn ami gold; pair tS.Uls
New Tan Boots
CTYLK B48 B A 11 button,
a Oood sal Welt . pr
Sji mill I lour.
Cornel tn bulk I
Ouluns; whits Of
ll t t.u,a
hOMllrtis Ha I. in.
Kalmun: 11 n I ,
l lb oaa, I
PURE FOOD SHOW
Ho'ImI Oat- i urn
E" ST?j . 23c
Hal. In. t f a
n nka. . ,
Mian h Iiki
I I t rl t t i 1rv-
(Ila)l V iO 't'fl,
U'.iii It-., Um
:i,imhi Mlhl urrd
II in ; tpe i a
ri) , b. . 1 Ul
I r ii ii " I
riiiiHtii i Jar
, I a r r 1
"Hiiahln MmhII i
ll M" PHaf. v'
AsnafMUtl 1 ,rfc'''
Children's 14.00 Coats
CORDUROY. ChinchilU und iaqo
Zibalioa coats, sites I to 0 yrs . at.. Zi.JO
Children's 91.00 Sweaters
WORSTED sweaters, white and ia
colors. Friday SrC
Napped Beaver Crown Tarn Hats
WITH black velvet brims, sa
eitrenitly jaunty J.L J
Mala f loor.
129.73 to 134.73 Fur Sets
ERENCII Mole, pointed Mimchurian wolf.
Natural liaeeoou, Hudson Lynx syy nVA
and Fitch Ouossuin 9it.DJ
Third f lo
13c Pillow Cases
ELL niHtle, of bleached mualin.
with wide. 8-ineo hems; lull siaa fl
sjh.io inches (before heniininil)
wall, I Ti.or.
19c Hemstitched Pillow Cases
laYBMSTITCHED pillow cases.
& 13t.nl inches, fine muslin, soft f I
90c Extra Large Sheets
INTRA nimbly linen finish sheet- q
' iutf, HliWU, orUUxDUin. before hemming DZC
12 Crochet Bed Spreads
FULL sited lied spreads,
fringed all around; heavy uuali
. A a
iivv uuality . . SI.J4J
AC 'II plunt iteanng from 10 to IS
blossoms; in S-mrh puts
Filled Fern Dishes
BOSTON and Scotti ferns, young as.
Kentia palms, ilmire at, each )7C
$1.30, to $2 Sample Corsets
ALL well known iniiUes; long and aa
medium lenlhs, siars 18toa7... 07C
12.50 CB Corsets, seconds
COL'TIL corsets, lonjr hip, ,a
medium long hack, sites IS to SS, . $X X 7
$3 to $6 High Grade Corsets
CLIGHTLY handled, white.
some blue and pink, fancy; all good
fitting models; in sites IK to .10, at
9c Outing Flannel
HEAVY finality, pretty stripes in - 9
pink, blue and other colors, yd a4C
12' 4c Best Outing Flannel
EXTRA heavy, splendid assort- Qi
ment 'A stripes, special for to-morrow, yd. 02C
Children's 63c Pajamas
HEAVY .striped Flaunelette, for a .
girls and boys; t) to 11 year 45l
Women's 2.23 Petticoats
OOL Jersey Petticoats.
black only; flounce of sutron; at J. .IvU
Hvnind f loor.
J2.50 Shirt Waist Boxes
If'i id I l.tisr.
1.75 and 92 Lace Curtains
SO mitl .)) lllfl ri i e. of iltnil.le Sat
tad Uipla lhral sals; preltj dsalaMi l.U'l
i..ii i.i 1 1 ., .
f5.:u uf.d $c.50 Portieres
RBVEnSliii.E lustrous tapes ,0 a
try. Irt colors (or CBsltea . . sj.45
lourtl, I !,.
$1.95 and $2.50 Couch Covers
F heavy reversible tapestry,
s M sad SO inchei wide, i'ersiau sj SB m
or Oriental designs I
Juniors' Dressy Coats
DOUGH Cheviots, full lenath m
modi l... sic IS to 17. I Z "SSJ
and Liquors-Fi day
( allfnrnla I larrt
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Surnslt's Old t.oa
doa Urr or Ton,
ISimpann Crawford Co.. Sixth Ave.. 19th tn 20th Street. In New York's Shoppinc Center!
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