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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
HORSE CAR LEADS
Evolution of New York Street Cars;
Past and Present Heads of System
Bonwit Teller & Co.
SPECIAL SALES FRIDAY
Useful Christmas Gifts
Every Type In Line From
Ramshackle Box of i860 to
ton Bron.ln-iy at ( o'tlnok to-1y
Came the grand Street pSfa4t of t'ie
rk Rail aye Company, The com
pany ha'l hilled It ns a 1mrnstr:itlon of
Wle nvoJutlon of tho rtroet rrr. and It
opo"el to topM ail HM type of
0r used In Now York to-dn), from the
bora car up MMetttfl tli" MIBHSM We
tbrae-JiiRKllnu typn to tho low-hunir,
teplisw, hlph-ss una DOloSlooS torpedo
and the SotlbleHlecli Irani -the kind they
have In l.unnon. Six r.irs warn In Una.
onuiiiis of the eoinpanx wa4a Dm
Journey, bowin to the curious, uptunwd
faces on the sidewalks. TIM people ap
proved of the ohancea irroutht since tho
hoi car of 1U0, and directed such
orlsrlnal plaaMBtriat to Praaldanl Theo
dora V- J-honts, ridiriK 011 the top deck of
the rear car, as "How's tha wt.ither up
there, old boy?" and ' ?et .. parachute!"
To all of which Mr. Shonts and Vice
President Hedley Bflnncj aoknowleda
m en t
EVER SEE HORSES LIKE THESE
PULL A HORSE CAR I
Two dappled Ktay stiisls of llcry mien,
the type that la not used frequently on
horse ears, atvorJinK to ohservcre, ca
vorted In the lead, nailing- tho oldest
rattle, box In the olty, which nitlle
box by the way, Is Mill in the service.
Tho company jn.i.lc a (mint of men
tioning that f.ic'. and added tho proiiilie
ti-.-it soon, oh, very soon Indeed, of
course, tiio date has not been settled
yet, aJl the "obsolete types of etreot
car" would be abolished. This definite
assurance wu rooelvod with approval
Next In line was a rebuilt oa1 .. lr
ot the 14U0 type. It pitched uko a
acbouner in a Kale but uiuuasred 10 hold
the tracks. Then thuro was the ordin
al? oar. In W hi Oh the onduetor areJke
tn after you for the fare, and then the
"pay up before you gel your ride" typo
of well known connection.
But after that came the atollsr attrac
tion. All dressod up In lltrht suit of
ollvo green With .-. c-oh of orange "10
relieve tne monotony mid delight the
esrtlstlc eye" 0ee Mr. Medley) cum the
step. - storage it.ittory csr. of the llirht
torpedo perMiianlon, and after it the car
of pronveo n'wnbered f-.'AW which you
see riinnlim' on Broad Way ( Hk the lujl
roea of Summer. Tint car has been
-nsaltl! g for its promised bioUni a long
DOUBLE-DECKER CARRIES 88 OR
WELL, 175 AT A PINCH.
Thr o hunurod like It." was the en
thusiastic otsJur when it was llrst put in
operation. It has been broth, rises since.
But not for lo.nf, nooordlaej to Mr. Hod
ley. "The manufacturers aro building them
ae rapidly as possible, " said he.
"And When will they be Installed?"
he iv as asked,
"Oh, soon, wry soon," be replied, and
began to OX toil toe merits of the double
deck car. Tills car broUSJht up tiio rear
ajid hud tho prominent "among thoae
There was Mr. Slum's and Frank
Hediey and riupt. Doyle, whose Ideas
are embodied 111 tha new cars, and
Judge Qltderaleeve, the members of the
Public Bervioe Commleelon, with eugl"
eyes ohservtriK traffic conditions, and a
lot of oilier celebrities. During the
Journey from the carbarn at Fifteenth
. atreet and Seventh avenue President
( Slants explained tuo benefits of the
double dc r uar.
"If tho public will only nsslst we can
eBve luiie and hand!, traffic swiftly and
expediently." he said. "People going
short distances should not climb on the
top deck, and those getting Off should
make a star; before reaching the atop,
This Is a truly wonderful car. It Mill
scat elghty-elfht people and" he-, .Mr.
Shonts permitted himself to emlle--"lt
will carry ITS."
Just bOW wis not evident, hut If Mr.
Shonts says 175 will r.de, orders are
FAT MEN WILL GET DOUBLE
PORTIONS OF Fr!:SH AIR.
Mr. shonts explained lew the first at
tampt at eotentlfto vontllntlon wmi car
ried nut In the new est. Bvery time
a passenger Is added to tho b-ad tne
aprlugs go down and n new air space
la opened over the motor, affording
ventilation and In a measure heating
the car. Tn this way there will alwayi
be an assured correot amount of fresh
air. Passengers are scaled at a flat
rate of li pounds apiece. A f it man
entering would get two portion! of air,
but a lltftle thing like that will not in
terfere Willi tho general equity of the
The oW ills who ml 1 In the parade
ran chet the Mat'ory " tele despite the
whistles of the new i .,.-. arhtoh fright'
ened horses, ami the blowing of a new
ear piercing auto horn attached to the
official terHng !" They discounted
and gave the opinio that the line
would be equlpp l I Ith the new we
'Text winter or lomi I' He so Hi." T.oi
they Want uptown by auto.
ASK BOOKS Ton PASTORS.
i hoi. ii Perlodleal lub, in Need of
mud, tppeala lor lid,
The Chuech Perlodleal Club, a letV
Vhleh supplies h.ioiis and periodicals
to ejersymen and layman who are un
able to procure good literature in tnv
other vity. oas n ilvi i many appeals
tor Oh: i tmaa botiei in which, witn
I. ,. ,g. ior t ic elilere, i i.'-i " ahould !
oya for the ohlUreii, hul the Ireaeury
s nr.irly empty and nothing pan
The eesretsry of the club his ap
liealed i". Irll Itloni to b,, .. nl :o
t ie Church Periodioal Ckfb, No
i'ourtii avenu ,
I'orroi: . ..' Itehel Lender In .lull.
Usui N iv. -i t o mrt-maitlal at
rsnivi lowtai oondomned Oant. Ilen-
liojuo do Palt i ''"a it i the leader of
the recent royal ' mi vement, to 'x
yeare' Impi eonment, to be followed by
an exile ,,i t n yeare from Portugal, Ag
a eubsilmte Ooucriro may ol so a
twe'v years' exile, Count de Penella,
another allca onsvliaier. wss
llfllHtae , . .
FIND CHARRED BODY
OF MISSING HUNTER
BURIED IN WOODS.
Companion of Up-State Man on
Gunning Trip Is Held as
IICFFAIO, X. Y.. Nov. 21. After an
all night and day search, Sheriff Hauer
and a posso this afternoon found the
charred I sjy of Prark Hentley, twenty-
nine years old, burled In the woods near
Java, Wyoming County. Ho had been
missing since Saturday, and Alphonso
Prince, 'who accompanied him on a bunt
ing trip, is held In the Warsaw Jail as
a suspect. LSoth men lived at -North
Wcstei slid J,
fended McKlnney. advjod hla clleJt to 1 . Iffciiislassa'" ill
make a clean breast of the bilbery. I 11 JeKh? f
"I gave the policeman tho money.' 1 J)gW . jL J J
McKlnney told the Jury, "because l eflR ja. series, W I
thing to I NJmHbV HaslF asar '
uo. i nit rea.i in the country newM- N. Vyflem S
papers that that was tne n,,, they oil eaV " S
uuntursn in .lew lull,
The Jury evidently Relieved McKlnney. I r n 1 WTrt.
for It aequitted hlin after five minuto' JyXutrt . V fc. E Li -V
3 Tmilal llisiallaiSrCTfflbii Slim,
"5 jBaSSSSBSSsSasssaeawaFTss I n
I Leading haberdashers and dry goods stores are now I
I showing the wonderful Phoenix Double-knit Silk j
I "j 1 lose stylish and warm an entirely new idea. h
"w Ask, your dealer to get it for you if not in I I
I I stock. I Jb
j v PHOENIX KNITriNG WORKS I
j V J PROM, Stuyvrsant 799 45 East 17th St. I Tl
afeaC!3iO.S SiBSESy i
ftag I H
FOUR POLICE CAPTAINS
ARE SHIFTED BY WALDO.
Great Significance Seen in Moves
on 'Commissioner's Official
On hla very IlltQf Oetllll police chess
board Commissioner Wu'do to-lay 1
made four moves, chatmlnn the posi
tioiiH of four captains "for the good of
tiio service." Thune who study the
same pretend to see lots of edgaflfleance
In the rhlft
Capf. .Ml hael Iteldy of We.-tcheeter
was tranaf erred to the Parkviiie ta-
Uon, Brooklyn! Capt. J. Ilrennan goe
from IllgbJbrUlga to tVeatcheaXeri Capt.
John P. Dood from Bedford avenu..
statin to High bridge, and Capt. Will
iam ii. shiw from ParkvlUe to Bed.
Brennan and Flood are old timers and
Flood was formerly an Inspector. Hut
particular attention comes to Capt.
Shaw. Ills former etatlon, Pnrkvllle.
has a corps of police doifa and Is other
wise rural. One nlcht Chief Inspector
Srhmittbcrtfer found several of Shaw's
p iltoemen oft post. Shaw was brought
up on otfargoa althouir i at the time he j
was off duty and asleep. No one thouirht
he would be punished, but yesterday he
was fined twenty days' pay. The present
shift, however, Instead of beiinif a pun
ishment, Is a promotion.
Around Bedford avenue five eafe
crackers have been operating In the past
.week. The OleKrty Is tie hangout of
ADMITS TRYING TO BRIBE
POLICEMAN. BUT IS FREED.
Tells Jury He ThotiRht Bribery
Was "the Regular Thing" in New
York and Is Acquitted.
"I th mght money could do every
th ng la New York," was the excuse
sP'n to n Jury to-day, bofore Judne
m i ion e in li.inr.ii Bo'alonat by Fabian
H. McKlnney, a mn ". of Waterbury,
Conn , n trial for ntt, mptlng to bribe
Pnlloeman Arthur fnrniac'i to change
Ma t' stlmony before the (irand Jury.
A friend of McKbiney hid been
rre.te.i by Carnraok, then attached to
Pecker's itrong-arm aiuad, In a raid
or a crap K.une. and a pair of brass
knuckles was found upon him. go
Kinney offered CarnjMCh I10D to "tlx"
the case before the ilrand Jury eo his
fVis-id mlKht bo released. The money
egi accepted and M -Kinney wae ar
rested. Lnwyer Harold Bplelbergi who de-
Pnslam is yean ahead of anythlai yet
daviaod for the cure of kiu flilfgagl.
Its action is Immediate, It stops
Itching, allays Inflammation and lieals
with wonderful rapidity, .'(!rvate.l
cit igl of ecgoma ale curad uuickly to the
iiirprlsaand gratification of t hose unahle
to secure roiultl by other means.
All kin dlseaaei including acne,
tetter, salt rheum, piles, psoriasis,
scnlp-scale, bgrbcri' and every form of
itch, are eradicated by Poalgnt, Over
night treatment Is often sufficient for
minor Inxililvs such as pimples, red
and inflamed noses, rashes, complexion
P0S1, M SOAP, used daily for toilet
and bath, maki every cleansing opera
l ion a double means of hcall hf illness to
the -kin. Incomparable in its benefiti
lo lender skin, iurticularly to infants.
All druggitti sell Poilan (price, ao
cent-) and l'oslum Soap (price, 4.5 cents).
Por free samples, write to the Kmergency
Laboratories, 118 West alb Street, New
2,63 Sixth Ave P 17" Street
Fixin' Up for Thanksgiving?
Get whatt you want from Kelly, RIGHT AWAY, and
pay for it a little at a time. No delays, no red tape, when
you buy from Kelly.
This6-Piccc Dining Room
Suite Complete in Your
Home Handsome Buffet,
Hound Pining Table, Four
chine. Peasant model, trimmed with lace and rotei.
Crepe de Chine Negligees
Value $18.50. 15.75
Of albatross with ecru net collar and cuffs, or crepe de C fl C
Fitted models, in charmingly new lace coat effects.
Of handsome satin with effective decorated border.
Coat and skirt. Value $22.50.
Hand Emb'd and Pure Thread Silk Hose
Black with self or colored embroidery, street and evening
shades with self embroidery. Value $2.50.
Pure Thread Silk Hose
In black, white, street and evening shades; lisle garter
top; 4-inch hem; lisle soles. Value $1.00.
"Bontell" Pure Thread Silk Hose
Black only; lisle lined 4-inch garter hem, sulci, heels
and toes. Value $1.50.
Two Clasp Pique Kid Gloves
In black, white and other shades. Value $1.50.
16 Button Mousquetaire Glace Gloves
In white and black. Value $2.50.
16 Button Doeskin Mousquetaire
In white; guaranteed to wash. Value $3.00.
Chiffon Cloth Scarfs
Satin stripe and flower tinted border in all the evening
shades. Value $3.50.
Shadow Lace and Net Chemisettes
Dainty new patterns, all ready to wear with elastics.
Crepe de Chine Collar and Frill
Imperial plaited frill, picot edge with hemstitched
collar. Value $3.50.
Hand embroidered, scalloped edge and comers.
Hand embroidered, butterfly comers, hand hemstitched px
lace edge. Value 75c. JUC
Hand Emb'd Initial Handkerchiefs
ww .1 t I t a
1 wo styles ot initials to a box, hemstitched edge, r
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
Suits, Dresses, Coats
$18.75 to $24.75
James McCutcheon & Co.,
5th Ave. & 34th St. waSon.
Half Ctnturp U
Women's and Misses' sizes taken
from our regular stock. All new
Fall Models, including Diagonals,
Cheviot!, Mixtures, Broadcloths &
Corduroys. Values W.SO to $45.00.
Bight new models in r good quality
French Serge in Navy, Black and
Br O WD i stylish one-piece Dresses
for school and street wear. Values
$18.60 to $..r0.
Bough and ready Coats for auto,
tree! and general wear, Chinchillas,
Bouclet, Englilh Mixtures& Double
Facedf Iloth. V'aluessj.AOtoW.OO.
REPARE for Thankarivinff. Let Spear helo vou vet
your house in order. The privileges of the Spear
DIGNIFIED CREDIT SYSTEM re your for the
All the Furniture you need on a simple charge account
that enables you to pay according to your income. Spear
makes it easy for you to furnish your house with depend
able Furniture. Come and ask questions.
This Handsome Nine-Piece
comprise China Closit. HnffW. Extension Tnblo nnrt Six Chairs llk the.
one shown In picture The Buffet Is solid quartered Onk, has Hx3f, bev
elled mirror. Is finished with wood knobs and supported by handsomely
carved rlaw fpt. The Extension Table Is massive In desUn, solid quar
tered Oak, In rich golden flnlnh highly jxillshed. has tl-lneh top and ex
tends 6 feet China Closet solid qunrter-snwed Oak, highly polished, has
four large shelves; the sldcw and doors are fitted with triple strength
lent glass; two heavy columns down the front, supported try rlaw feet.
Chairs are solid quartered Oak, highly polished, nent In design, genuine
leHthor seals, supported by rlaw feet. Separately the mg
prlewi axe; China Closet, $22.S0; lluffet. $40.00; Extension fU'"'''
Tnblo. $18.90; Six Chnlrs, $16.50 "
six CHAIRS INC LUDID IN nils 1.1:1 I I I
A substantial, rlaasy four-pleie Library Suit,. ueipiy iiiliolstered In
Spanish Moroccollne leather. The frSPei are of heavy fumed Oak. artis
tically carved. The table Is 31 Inches long, with lower shelf
and magazine racks at cai-h end. The Settee, Hoeker and 4f 4. Ttt
Chair lire laro, nsimy, strongly
seats and iMieka
made, with upholstered
The Braes Bed Is triple lacquered, guar
anteed to lust utitaiulHQed six years; has heavy
two-Inch rontlnuoiui posts and seven one-Inch
fillers In both bead and root board. It Is strong,
durable and splendid looking The Spring
Is our specially made sanitary ntiJ spring, guiir
n 11 teei to IhuI ten yours. The Mattr.n is
made of ofeolOO cotton Felt, covered In fine A. C. A.
tick, Just like plcturo; nil sizes at one price
I'll lows ara pure feathers. Chiffonier and
Dresser, pollnhed Mahognny. OoldSfl Oak Of
Satin Walnut finish, bevelled ovnl mirror, wood
pulls and large, roomy drawers.
Outfit Complete.. $79'?5
, Comnlele lllalns suit, w I
Buffets China Closets f
riaif mm m m ,
Mi. in ?H .r.oJ
, 2'J.OO 25 00 I
SI. 00 e W'psk.
Ooldtn Oak 137.00 83 1 00
Golden Oak 10.00 42.00
Rugs for the Thanksgiving Dining Room
bcwilstering Mwrtmfnt of n$w designs and colorings to ck:
f"cn, as well is handsome Oriental effects nl y re.it beauty.
Usually t2i.-i; at $10.50
Usually 22.50; at $IT 50
Also a number of line Orlintal Rtii
it similar reductions, in price.
Carabagh Rugs ri'j;u- $
larly 10 to pi 2; at
Remember, You Can Depend Upon Anything That Kelly Sella
T. KELLY. 263 Sixth Ave.; 104-106 West 17th St.
Call and Make Your Own Terms
Our l-n.ia Applj tn w York. Nrw Jersnj, I fnjf lUnd, ( niiiirctlcut.
YWhV I his 10-Year
mm mm m are r wmmtwawm. . .. . isu i a iisubj
rurilislica I IVLL mK, hujranlee
i Moons $l 41.9S
$1. 00 Weekly.
1 Koons t uraishrd al
Coi .pli lr, as lllaslral
rd, wiUi Every Hur
cbasc olllut) or Over
ol taraiture. Carpets,
Rags and B tiding lor
this month oaly ea
preseaUtloa ol this
ALL CiOODS VIARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
750-752 8th Ave., Cor. 46th St. XfiiVSRL
OUR I l 2 CATALOGUE
IT M,KPC LITTLli DIFFERENCE W HAT VOU NEEL
A W'OKLD "WA.NIC WILL GO GET IT.j
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