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TWE EVEirrWG WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
$300,000 IN FRUIT
ROTTING AT PIER;
Wholesale Dealers Charge
'Graff When Brokers Raise
sbout V' fat
TO GET BIG CASH
Women Teachers Raising a
"Christmas Fund" for Equal
Pay's Chief Promoter.
th fund will -
earn woman teach.r."
Vli-n har attmtlon was eeMtWl li '
fart tha.: that waM nnki itir ' in I tu
ts! IK.OOO ahe said: "Wr!l, ptrhapi tv
tvrrw ilnnatlnn WH IHM ! an lfM
"Tttsra 1 no v i tall." Mm ' " -tlMi.l.
hRiin taKlne the su'
irr,ptlon HopL I, atii win krer on ra-
!v!nK thwn until lr L To say whnt
!hi- arvtltv urnouni w J i I le could only ha
Kiirasina" Hut one IWnK rertstn.
M.Im Htrerhan N avtins; to hava a vary
substantial hrlatmaa praswnt from M
SECRET BRIDE OF
MINNIE HAUK DEAD.
Om ronre4 auM
California fruit, worth BM.OOO, are de
oayln In the yards and en Ota Basra of
th Erie Railroad to-day because ths
Fruit Buyers' AasoolsUton, representlne
r i wholesala fruit dseJers, la "out on
It waa a question of afcersea for oart
in frutt from tha yards and pilars to
(ho wholsssJe houses that precipitated
the trouble. For a Ion ttma the
Sharpea ware four centa a caae. Tte
ecntly they wera railed to flva, and now
tha fruit buyers Insist tha Crura shall
W three cents
Land wa will not have California
r" aa a (1ft until thla question la
titled." the leaders of tha atrtka de
clare lame for the unaatlafactory cartae
harass la placed upon tha broke re of
3 California ehlppera. who receive the
It here and remit the money It brlnca
pn aold at auction to their principal
en " i at
Xhe 1 ":yeri aaeert that the reoelvlns
hjfceii have J.ccn (tettlni one oent out
ft eanh four paid for carting fruit
"Gruff la the term nplled by the buy
er) to that one-cent rebate the broken
art accused of receiving from the truok
rr f who do the cartln.
tor a l"n time the buyers have been
SJriwIInK about thin no-called graft and
(hi California Fruli Growers' Eichanue
reo n'.iy acnt word that no buyer ehould
py morn than two centa a caae for
having bll purchaeos tUiatl to hie ware
hou"c That announcement delighted
flu buy era,
Itm their Joy waa ahort lived, for
.bout a ah aKo the brokera who hire
Jit truckmen carrying fruit announced
tha the price would be booated to flvo
cuv" The Miyari appointed a commlt
ti. ' right with Joaeph li. Stelnhardt
a chairman, which tried to dlaeuade
h brokera from making the advance.
But the effort failed.
It r n the regular auction wa start ed
yeltrrday the :u fruit ouyera ware on
hand, but kept allent when tha flret oaae
war offered. Auctioneer Connolly, after
(siting to k-ct a bid of any kind, asked
sarcastically. "vUl you take H for
The buyrra shouted "Not" and left
the Krle pier where the auctions are
A cash Christmas preernt -perhape aa
muoh aa IX. one, and maybe m ..re, Is to
be given to Mlas Orace r fltraehan bf
memhera of the Intcr'horoiurh Aanocla
tlon of Women Teacbera, who want to
ahow their appreciation of her work In
the equal pay flht
Tha projoct to reJea a War si am of
money for Mlat Pfnu-han roused much
crittc.sm wheat first broaitied laat Hum
mer, lit he Old not try to ctwk It.
Roe Is a district euporlntcrwler t. When
Mlas Marianne I w, tmaauTrr of the
ajisorlatlnn, hiu asked to-day If a
Board I JOducatlon rule against gift
to teachera womUl aijly. she. said:
"Thsre la no rule of any kind to pro
hibit the collection being taken, tt la
only a matter of pereonal wlshaa on
tha part of the who give. We have
asked tha women tn put Into thla fund
not more than a rum equivalent to the
Increase In one mnutlfa pay. If tils)
do not wish to lve much, very well
Tha point la, wa rn not akinK more."
Thla "outalda limit" would make
more than H00,0io. which WM the aum
first aimed at
Mlaa I ' would not express an
opinion relative to the probable total,
hut admitted that It might reach S2t,0uu
"The largest single donation we have
received," ahe suld, "Is, fHl.tt and the
smallest SO cents. I think the donations
Avrar la Maalrh.
Minnie Hauk fthe Jlaronese von llase
Wartegg), the once famous American
opera singer, died In Munich laat Satur
day. Her last avpearanon In opera was
In lj. filnrn then she had occasionally
sun In concert, but only for charity.
Minnie Hauk was lorn In New York In
ISM. Her father was a Herman and
her mother an American. She made
her first public abearance at the sge
of twelve. 1q 1 ws she aang In "!.
Humnahula" at Inn Academy of Music.
I and In th samn yesr appeared at
''uvent Harden, London, anil In Russia
and Holland. Hhe later sang In Vienna
and Iterlln. In the latter city she sp
p sred fcr three years. 174-
the flrst armen In America,
In 1S1 ahe married the Haron l"rn
von Hese-WarteK. an author and ex
ilorer, who has wiltten many hooka on
Asia and the Orient.
Kathryn Smith, Now Senora
Romay, Awaits Rich Papa's
seinrry tn flams.
iTtnm '.he tVi(io VsagsjaJ t
"If I evsr citch the editor of tha
Mwainpo"dle flaaette I am going to
Ihraah him within an Inch of his life."
Kid the tall tbesti'an In the celluloid
collar. "Never was so Insulted In my
"What happened, me lord?" asked hbs
chum of the fiiotllghte
"Why, on our Inat tour we got
stranded ,,,, passed the night In a
liarn. Momehow the barn caught fire
and we had to run for our Uvea."
"And did the Swampooille flaaette
write it MpT"
Tld it? Why. the next day the
whole thing came out on the market
page under the heaullng of 'Another
Flurry In Hmnkcd llama.' "
Mlas Kathryn Jtmlth. reputed the most
baanllfnl girl In ilanmrd College, has
hwn n arr.ed a woek and only half a
doaen piople ktiew tt until to-day. Now
that the secret la out, she will forego
ambitions for her M. A. degree. an, to
day may mark her departure from the
clansroom forever, rllm la twenty-one
and the dniiKhter of Iletnnril Smith of
(lolunrbus, tt., eald to he a millionaire.
The former Mlaa Sm.th 1 the bride of
Senor Plrwldo Immlnguex llomay, chsn
eellor of the Cuban Consulate In thla
city. They have .been honeymooning In
their new home at thn Cathedral Plaxa
alnca a week ago Friday.
Senora ltotuay has already taken a
It. A. degree at the University of Ohio
and ahe and her parenta were anxious
ahe shoulnl get the coveted master's
degree at Barnard. But Benor Romay
eauic along and wanted to know wliy
he wouldn't do quite as well as another
degree. Miss Hml.h thought It over and
d iiied he would.
They had known each other for five
years, their first meeting having been
on shipboard when Senor llomay waa
txiund for lxrdon to take his post as
chancellor of tha C ;tien Consulate there
and Mlas Hmlth waa going on a Eu
ropean trip. Later he went to Buenos
Ayres for his Oovernment
Romay waa a married man when he
flrst met Mlas fimlth, but on May 24
laat the courts of Santo Domingo
granted him and his first wife a divorce
"by mutual ssrreement." When the
eenor returned to New York he began
to pay court to the young college
They might have had a big wedding
and made It a a.iclal event, but they
feared that Mlaa Bmlth'a parents would
not approve of thrir plana to marry he
cause of the divorce. That waa the rea
son for the aecrecy.
Alderman .smith married them at the
city Hall, excualng himself from a ses
sion of the Curran Investigating com
mittee long enough to perform the ceremony.
the Yale, 'T, football team and was a
star. Frank V. Warren a well-known
Fhllad Iphla horseman. Identified Mr.
Jones and Mlas Plerson when they
sought their marriage Ucenae. Warren
waa as non-communlcatlve aa the pros
pective bride and bridegroom when
arked about their plans.
OLD YALE END MAY BE WED.
Jones, 'nr. (Jets M aw With Its
York Wo mam In I'hlladelphla.
rilll.VHKI.PHLX, Nov. 10. Friends
of Howard Jones of No Riverside
drive, New York, and Miss Nlta Pler
son of No. 60? Weat One Hundred and
Thirty-ninth atreet. New York, think
they were married here ycaterday after
noon or laat night. They took out a
marriage llcenae during the day.
Jonea Is employed by the Cramp ship
building company. He played end on
For the quick cure of eczema, acne,
and all akin disease, nothing equals
Polam. r.vrn its over-night use is I
sufficient to demonstrate how.
Itrhing slops with first application.
Irritation U stilidiicd.
llttrnint; skin toothed ami romforlrd.
Inflamed skin quickly cleared.
Its healing process i rapid, improve
ment being noted day by day until the
skin ronimrs normal color anil condi
tion. Salt rheum, barbers' anil all forms :
of itch, rashes, pimpl , clc, are quickly
POBLAM SOAP keeif the skill secure
against infection and ibieate, improves
its color and texture, soothes tend"r
skin, makes complexions clear, hands
soft. The best shampoo for dandruff.
All druggihts tell Poslam (price SO
cents) and Poslam Soap (price J cents).
For free samples, write to the Klttor
gency Laboratories, SH West 5tta Street.
New York ( ily.
Killed narlasj Wife's Cosae.
I HIT. N. C, Nov. lx.-Caught In
the coilspeo of a caakst display caae.
George Newton, aged seventy years, was
killed yesterday In a local undertaking es
(al'.lshmciit whero he Dad gone to buy
SoTTln for the burial of hla wife, who
had died a few hours before.
The easy Resinol way
to get rid of pimples
JUST bath year face for several min
utes morning and night with hot
water and plenty of Resinol Soap.
Finish with a dash of cold water to
close the pores. This aimple treatment
will almost always get rid of pimplea and
blackheads, quickly and completely. In
severe or stubborn eases, apply a little
Resinol Ointment, allowing it to remain
on a few minutes before bathing with
Resinol Soap. The healing, antiseptic
balsams in Resinol Soap and Ointment
soothe and clause every Irritated pore,
1 saving tha complexion clear and velvety.
Haeinal Seep and Ointment stop Itching
Instantly and speedUs heal eeiema and
ether alria humors, dindruff. chapped
bands, ssrss, bails, bursa, wounds sad
Philadelphia. July mil
"Over a rear age nr face broke -out
all over with pimplea wklch
wars so anstghtlr that I waa
ashamed to so any place la
eornper.T. I tried aiany differ
ent rsaiedica. but they coa
tlnsad to get Worse till I sent
for aamplos of Resinol fioap and
lUsiool Ointmont in March.
I n to tha day I started using
Resinol the pimplea commenced
to diaappear. After using- one
cake of iteilnel Soap and oaa
and a half Jars of Resinol Oint
ment I waa entirely aurail."
(Rlsnad) Joseph FslUps. IK
I not Ointment (50o and II) era
reeoiBsasnded and aold by dm,,
lata everywhere. For ssosle
Of each, writs to Dept.
Raaisol Cases. Oa, aTaltlsasrs,
35 Block 8th Av.36
$20 Brass Bed
I Mm r
bvUl . on.
i.rLN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
Aeu rh. N. J., Start, 4$ and SI Markmt Street
Best lacejucrrd sad construction
One Dollar for a
Complete Room Outfit !
PAY ONE DOLLAR, select anythlnz
you netxi to furniah room completely
and we will deliver the goods promptly
to your home, and YOU CAN PAY THE
BALANCE IN SMALL WEEKLY PAY
MENTS. This is a straight, bona-ftda
chance for you to get everything you
want to furniah a room completely by
ng ONE DOLLAR NOW. and the
ance in an. all weekly payments.
Accounts Opened from
$5 to $1,000
On Small Weekly
WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE
When you make your purchase you receive a
certittcate which guarantees that In caae oi
the death of the wage earner of your family
we win at once give you a receipted tun in
full of your account without extra charge.a
Double Stamps M-ray Single Stamps
m rviornlnoa Afi.., .. .
NO Club Fees NO Red Tap
NO Miring I o I his Offer
NO Eitra Chsrpes of Any Kind
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
This offer is good for you, too, whether
Kour account is still open or if you
ave cloeed it. BRING ONE DOLLAR
nd select whatever you need.
Any advertised articles may be Included
in your outfit or you can open an ac
count by buying a single advertised ar
ticle at the advertiaed price WITHOUT
ANY EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND
Durable, Well-Made Furniture at Money-Saving Prices!
$3 Solid Oak
$15.00 Ousrtered Y
Early English Finish
J5 Early English
)S Early English
Clearance Sale of
All from our regular
sfock no quantities ol
any one kn 4. All logo at
1 PRICE 1
A remarkable opportu
nity to flw-t tarsi-class
Chairs tot J Kockert at
leu than the cost of
We Sell Everything to
Furnish Uie Home
Vuu niu . InclntlM In im.r mil.
rli i 1 1 . i It. l.ri. ii Ml fclVk
I.: I ItKiKKA IOIO, III.ANKK I K
I lllv. i.i l.H lid-.. hl.lll.M
MAIIIIM - hill III I I I.N
sjij svervtalas t fumi.i
.inur Ihiiiii . ..in pl. t i- ni uur
WOMIKItt'l I.I.V I.U'.V I'KII
Y $14 Quartered
lull's I 'm l.rsthrr
$10 Early 1
$7 Fumed Oak
W JT 125IH STREETWEST
sisWJ-L JtWr BETWEEH LENCK& 7nT yESr Isaalasallst
15c New Lace, per yd., 9c
Go where you will, this Is the b;st
economy to be found PLATT VAL.
EDOES AND INSERTIONS from 2
to S I Itch ft wide. Value (f
15c. per yd.; doz. yds... IaV7
THE Koch Stce, ideally situated In the very heart of Upper New York's residential district,
appeals to the careful shopper. It goes without saying that "Koch Quality" is a standard
not surpassed by any other store in Greater New York. Your money back on any
Women' 8 Kimonos
Women's House Dresses
Women' 8 House Sacques
up to $1.50 KJtSKs
A Number of the Season's Smartest
Effects in Dainty, Well
Fitting House Gowns.
WOMEN'S LONG KIMONOS of
heavy German ilannel. In pretty floral
designs; raglan style, finished with
fancv flowered border. Also another
pretty style with large shawl collar
trimmed with satin. Others In Per
sian design, with satin border.
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES of
llnon, in plain colors or striped per
cale; two good-fitting models; some
fastened at side and finished with col
lar and piping of black afM white
material; others with squire collar and
cuffs of plain color.
WOMEN'S HOUSE SACQUES of
German flannel; front with large
plaits; buttoned at side and edged
If you take advantage of this exceptional offer,
you can have your Parlor Suite ready in lime
for Thanksgiving that we guarantee. The work
is distinctly superior, and executed on our
premises. Any FIVE-PIECE FRAMED PAR
LOR SUITE is re-upholstered, we supplying
all materials, and furnishing gimp, cords, neces
sary fillings, springs and clean-up frames.
Absolutely no extras. $50.00 is the price else
where, but for orders received ' y
Wednesday or Thursday, we 7 50
Misses' and Juniors3
Long Winter Coats
Up to $20 ..
There's a wealth of warmth in
these splendid winter coats
there's a world of style in them,
'too. Scores of all wool Chin
chillas with swagger long shawl col
lars, as well as others bound with
braid and fastening to neck. In navy,
gray and brown.
For those who prefer polo effects
we have Scotch mixtures or double
faced materials, as you elect.
Juniors', t3, IS, t7.
Misses' and small women's, 14, 16,
3,575 Pairs of Women's Imported
It's the biggest "buy" of the year. Entire
sample Hne, mind you the pick of the best
wearing hose, in black, white and colors. Grasp
Corduroy and Serge Dresses
for Particular Women & Misses
$10.95 Was the
Notwithstanding the fact that Corduroys are ex
tremely scarce, we are forced, owing to the recent un
seasonable weather, to make tqmorrow's clean-up price.
The style is copied from a very expensive model and has
dainty Robespierre collar lined in contrasting color;
wide sash of ribbon simulating high waisted effect. In
black, brown and navy.
Women's sites, 36 to 44; misses' and small women's,
14, 16, 18.
at Prices Extraordinarily Low
.It's the height of folly to imagine any better
underwear is sold in New York, just as ft Is ridic
ulous to think that any underwear prices are
lower than ours. Here's proof:
WHITE COTTON WHITE COTTON
SWISS RIBBED UNION SUITS
VESTS, TIGHTS Swiss ribbed;
AND CORSET high neck, long
neck; no sleeves;
fronts; in white,
Ink and light
WOMBN'S VENETIAN SILK
VESTS reinforced shield
VENETIAN SILK VESTS
with silk embroidered
fronts; in 4
white, pink 1 3
and sk-biue " w
& Fur Sets
day's selling only.
RUSSIAN PONY COATS
CARACUL COATS reg.
FRENCH SEAL COATS
WOMEN'S FUR LINED
COATS reg. 35.00....
MEN'S FUR LINED OVER
COATS reg. 98.00....
MEN'S FUR LINED OVER
GOATS reg. 39.00. ...
POINTED WOLF SCARVES
POINTED WOLF MUFFS
SCARVES reg. 22.00.
MUFFS reg. 23. 5o
A Sale of I'ire Thousand Yards of
ftjld Lengths of Dress Goods
At lh'Less Than Regular
From the celebrated Mildred Mills comes this big lot of Mill
Ends that will Interest everyone who appreciates a rare economy.
The istortmcnt comprises short lengihs as well it skirt and suit
lengths of high grade Dress Fabrics, consisting of
Boucles Diagonals Serges
broQccloihs Panamas Fancy Suitings
VroU$?.98P Per Yard, 39c, 40c, 69c, 89c
Comfy House Slippers
For bath or boudoir; all colors
Either felt, knitted or crocheted Just
the kinds that please; all sizes. High
grades; best makes.
slumber SLIPPERS i(Urdowni AQ
all colors; for men and women. 4VC
Of French sateen; two pretty styles,
with deep accordion plaiting; others
with tailored flounce.
Lord ? Taylor
and Brass Bedsteads
Greatly Under Regular Prices
50 Three- Piece Mahogany Bedroom Suites
Consisting of Dresser, Chiffonier and Dressing
Sheraton Inlay Suite.
Sheraton Inlay Suite.
Regularly Sale Price
. M10.00.... $165.00
. .$220.00. ...$175.00
.M65. 00.... $2 12.00
.. $270.00.... $225.00
Five to Ten Piece Bedroom Suites
Circassian Walnut Louis XVI. Suite
5 pieces regularly $390.00 for $205. 00
5 pieces regularly $587.00 for $475.00
Mahogany Colonial Suite
5 pieces regularly $690.00 for $550.00
Mahogany Sheraton Suite
7 pieces. . regularly $880.00. . .for $685.00
10 pieces. . regularly $1,007.50. . .for $800.00
Mahogany Adam Suite
10 pieces . . . regularly $1 ,970.00 ... for $1 ,500
300 Brass Bedsteads
Bungalow Model regularly $10.50. .$6.QS
100 Brass Bedsteads
All sizes regularly $25.00 $17.50
Upholstered Springs reg. $13.50, $10.50
Hair Mattresses... .regularly $25.00.. $10.50
An Unusually Attractive Showing
Velvety V elveteen and
Chiffon V dvet Dresses
in all the new Winter shades, suitaole for
afternoon or evening wear,
$19' 75 y S25. 00, $35. 00 , $55. 00 to $po. 00
Smartly Tailored Serge Dresses
For practical wear
$ 1 2.7S
Handsome V dour Coats
With brocade collar and cuffs, lined with
Unusual Value, at
Sale of Toilet Goods
Imported Ivory Grain Articles
At M Less than Regular Prices
Pin Boxes 25c, 30o
Puff Boxes. . tl.00. $1.30
Nail 1'olisliers 50c
Clocks 81.95, $3.75
Hair Brushes.. 81. 5, $I.!J5
Mirrors 81.00. 81.75
Clothes Bruslies$l., $.25
Hat Brushes $1.00
Prices quoted include special engraving.
Monty 's Brtlle- Bloc
A new delightfully scented nail polish 25c
Creme Tokaon, 50c per jar
The last word of Parii beauty artists.
An Extraordinary Sale of
For the Thanksgiving Holidays
at an Average of Half Regular Price
Broadway &.20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St