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TH EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912
I SPECTALIST IPRENDERGAST AND
WE GIVE GRTE TR MING STAMPS. ASK FOR THE
M ML ATTACK
B SENT TO TOMBS NEW DOCK PLAN
Arnol.i (s Ro iuikKJ fur. Commissioner Tonikins's Idc
for South Brooklyn Water
ways Under Hot Fire.
Mtence After Pleading
Guilt) to Violating Law.
SJSJpartlr, , ictenoe whseh. tt In
otaknad put - In normal Oonrlitlon
bp th remov , nf the .,,,. ,.f ,nW(,
OP tor the ad, n im-m of tVPtJISfSl ir
rssssaarltlf . re -;r1 bh.w before
Aide )Mon In nener-M ,j!.,n. tow
oar. wnon Mis, Alma '. Arnold, forty-
years oMi I .uler of the rblTx-pracltf;
PSSVCtltloiiei-a In thtl imntry, pleaded
CUSHy to an Indictsuent' irriarirltig her
with the Illegal praetfcs of medicine.
Mra. Arnold H rsmanastf to Uie
Tqsnb. until Wednesday fn- .,i,.n,r
Use maximum psneK rr tlte ofTens la i
on year 'a Imprisonment -.md a line of
Bfrt. Amokl has for many year
practliiel chlropra tic or "nature cure"
la a luxurious apartment In Urn Ne
cad, at Broadway and Scventletii
traet. Sine hna a largo clientele and,
acaordlnic to l.itvyer John (). Dyer,
counsel for the Counly Medical Society,
derives an Income of nearly $.0CpO a
year from h ? prai ;:co. Mrs. Arnold at
one time tu president of the Columhla
College of Chiropractic, at .No. 825 Kif
teenth street. .N, V . Washington, D.
C. She" was arrested April 35, Ml, af
ter a vlali to her apartment by Frances
Benzecry, detective for the County
Medical Society, who had an alleged
dlalocate.1 abeuWer blane treated by
Afire. A ri; - i
James V. Osborne, who repre-sen'e.l
MPs. ArnoM In the peUcs court pro
ceedings, after die had been held for
trial In the CoWl of Special iieaetone.
bad her cisa sujomttted to the Ora-nd
Jury on the ground Uut chiropractic
wee a reUaldn, an l she was but prac
tlaart the tenets of her faith. T:ie
QnuiO Jury, however, filed an lndtct
nient SSallnl Xra, Arnold. She baa
Sklcc been at lllmrty under ball.
There was a larv number of Mrs.
.Arnold' foUoWari in Judge MaJone'a
court to- lay BrnOSt C Ooulter, who
Informal Jadeta atafOBO be la now Mrs.
Arnold's attorney, said ills client would
"The defendant adtniti the technical
violation of thn Public Health law,"
Mr. Coulter said. "In the usual course
of her business, however, she did not
violate tiie law. It was her custom to
work In 0 injunction with n resularly
licensed physician, and to do nothing
until he had diagnosed and prescribed.
,1On the day in question a wotn-an who
claimed to be In great pain from an
Injured shoulder blade called on her
and she did try to relieve the pain by
massage. In that, as we are obliged
to admit after a careful consideration
of the sweeping provisions of the
PuMic Health law, she did commit a
"Tho (rre.it number of letters which I
have here, however, many of them
from men In high esteem In this coun
try, addressed to Mm. Arnold personal
ly, show she has been a great bene
factor In bar flHd.
'VWlftti bankers, business men of
high standln I write here In expression
of (hair esteem of this lady and In ap
preciation and gratitude for what she
had done for them, 1 llnd hero letters
from fourteen numbers of Congress
full of earnest praise for her. Surely
these distinguished personages cannot
.H', i-k-,1 of en -ouragln a criminal
or be believed tu have patronized a
Neither President Mitrhel nor Comp
troller I'rendetg it mi sathiflcd with
the plan of Iock Cnmiitaloner Tom
kina to connect the entire South Brook
lyn water front Including acrpilaltlon of
the Bust! Terminal Into a great city
railroad and warehouse te-mlnrtl. WhHe
the officials are not opposed to a gen
eral and adequate development of tnr
Bouth Brooklyn water front, they are
opposed to many of the Dock Conunls
Hionee'a suggestions s being against
putdlc policy as well as cat tiie queatlot
of enormous expense.
Tliey made their aittltudo clear to-day
at the public hearing on the proposed
South Brooklyn project at wJiloh they
sat with President M Aneny sj a com
mittee. Men Interested In the develop
ment of the pn;f, the water fronts,
commerce and shipping, as. well as State
officials, mcludln? .Tnhn A. Bensel,
State Engineer and Surveyor, who Is
watching the city's proposed encroach
ment on the barge canal terminal to
be estihllshed near Erie Baam, were
present In large n timbers.
Cormrd'slnner T .-nklns. armed with a
iT-foot pointer Indlrsted on .maps the
nnny detalle of his "-pet" Soirth Hrook
vn wnter front enterprise. Both Presi
dent Mltchel and the Comptroller piled
,ve Cnmi,rif e)h msne tecbnlcs1
questions, a.11 of which the Commissioner
vas not prepared to answer. In these
morgenrles jie turned to his engineers
ind counsel ar-d asked them to Inform
Mr. HltCal and the Comptroller de
veloped that If the Commissioner's plan
ireralla th South BrpoMyn water
f'ont will be a prototype of the pres
nt system on Kleventh "Death Ave
nue" wltti Its range of surface rall
"oad track over which heavy freight
rairu would be operated. It was also
Snught out that expensive eondemna.
'lon proceedings aiwl legislation will
lave to be resorted to to acquire pri
vate landa, docks nd existing, surface
trolley lines to make room for the pro
paed development, hot to say anything
f the great expenxo of operating a
naigtna.l ralltxxid WtatOb the Commis
sioner referred to aa "tho key of the
situation as affecting the city's con
trol." The Terminal Committee will now sub
mit a report which will suggest a num
ber of radical changes In the Tomklns
8 All flavors
MAYOR WANTS TO KNOW.
Writes to Waldo to Look tp Bribe
Without furnlshfag: any additional ln
rormatlon, tho Mayor to-day seht this
brief letter to Police Commissioner
I have Information tliat Mary
Good, whom you now have up be
fore a Magistrate lor keeping a dis
orderly house, claims that she paid
aoms policeman named Myers
monthly for protection. Please
aee this woman and get all the
facts. Very truly yours.
W J. CIAYNOH.
Gi anted Insurance
After Lung Trouble
There ara o many canea of Conaumptlon
rop'TtAd whsre tho dtUUIl show the (11h
eao atartird with a cold or a couifh that
It Ik really lurprlalnv tlmt people are not
more anxious to f m mediately ntop these
apparently minor trouble. Our advice ts
"stop the couth or cold, If possible, with
out delay." Otherwise more rwrltAis irmi
blee are likely to follow. the medicines
vou ara now taklnp; do not bring relief,
try Eckman'p Alterative as thla man did:
23T Dean Ht.. Brooklyn, N. T.
"Oentlemen: J am irlvlns; you below n
brtt-r hiltory of my cas. which I trust you
will uro lot the benefit of the, aufferlnic
from nny tlmllAT troubles.
"About ii er and a half as;o 1 noticed
that tny helt h KM rapidly falling, until
At the end of slg months my weight hal
fallen to ISP pounds. I wai troubled with
night Hwcut , a severe cough and was very
weak, havlnx in 1 .ft absolutely no ambi
tion whatever. About this time I consulted
a physician, who told me my lungs were
affected. Not satisfied. I went to another
doctor, who after examining me said that
I was in the first stages of consumption.
At thla point X started to take Eckmsn's
Alterative. The night sweats stopped
almost Immediately, my rough became
looser and gradually dlsappeard. My
weight Is now 142 .pounds am) my phy
slolan has pronounce, me perfectly sound
--wHfrh, together with the 'act that I
have been accepted by two different Insur
ance companies for Insurance, makes me
sure of iny entire rerovery by Eckman's
Alterative. I should he very glad to com
n Union ti wlrh any one who would be In
terested In my case."
t Sworn Affidavit) W. E. OEB.
E-ckman's Alterative Is effective In
Brunchltls, Aithma, Hay Fever. Throat
and Lung Troubles and In upbuilding the
system. Does not contain poisons, opiates
or habit forming Stuff Mhl by Rlker
HegHmn Drug stores and other leading
druggists. Ask for booklet telling nf re
OtfVvTMii nd write to Kckmin Laboratory,
Phlladolphla, I'a., for additional evidence.
R.& R.Plum Pudding
No Thanksffivinff Table Complete
Without This Delicious Pudding
10 &K Stamps wJth ind. can, 10c
SO MfC Stamps with 1 lb. can, 23c
40 Stamps with 2 lb. can, 43c
Florida a 4QA fjhw
Malaga Grapes, lb 12c Cranberries . . lb 10c
CHEESE "-d 20c
APPLES . . . .V 25c (CURRANTS . . A 10c
EGGS 1 9
I or Thla Wrek Only JL SSB
1 SEEDED RAISINS 3-25'
MINCEMEAT 3 25c
1 Red or Yellow
I alb -JL
ATLANTIC & PACIFIC
400 Siorrt In Ihe V. S. Ibff Pricei tor the Mrtrapalllaa DKtrin Only
WE GlVI'a-TGREEN 1RADING SIAMPH. ASK I0R .RENj
Bring Your House-Furnishing Problems
to Us for a Quick Solution
W hava bean aolvlnc such arobiama for firry YEARS, and you.
yourcalf, cojlo wlah for no happier solution.
Our credit-uiV'NQ PLAN haa baan aimpilflad and made mora
liberal th n aver. WE FIT OUR TERM TO YOUR INOOME, and thla
most helpful credit nervica ade no hm to the price. EVERYTHING
I MARK D IN PLAIN FIGURES, and we ara anxious to have you eee
how low tnaae flcuree really ara.
We Deliver Your Goods &t Once
You Pay for Them as Convenient
Big Holiday Special
3 Bottles of Guaranteed Liquors and a Wni. A.
Rogers 3-piece Roxbury Silver Set consisting of
I Butter Knife. I Sugar Shell and I Pickle Fork.
One Sottle Bast Port
Om Botln Best Star
m Om Battle Manongabsla Wkiskiy
Om win. A. Ro&irs 3-Pleci Rnlarf
cq m sot
This Combination Represents the Biggest Value ever offered at $1
I ' (i It tht tOPfjSjt
UAIL ORDER PATRONS
Irfal (i It .1 1' Jljllifl! Ilriilnn.
. i a -i -
or parif. (vjAe s-nir
ajj"ll'lf 1"" 11
LIQl Ok CO..
flfl- ii.-ttrlii in
THr. S PF.RIOR
(I. II. IlrraiiliU Jr..
110 Mrrtl. Ave.1 Bkliu.
j li "
TfltpLom i ounrrtioni wftli sll lUrm.
Quartered Oak Buffet
1 S2.5W A
plate mirror, 16x36;
base, 24x52 in.; con-
taming I large linen
drawer. 3 small draw
ers and 2 cupboards;
Quartered Oak Uoldcn finish, 6-foot extension, with
ni .- heavy centre pillar, large carved
Ulnlng laoie heads & claw feet; like cut; value $20
Quartered Oak China Closet
and claw feet;
mirror In top shelf ;
full swell front and
sides; 42 in. wide, 66
in. high; aa Illus
$40 , at
ODt-ol-Town Deliveries Made by Onr Motor Trucks
Shoes for Hoy Hnil
Girls, gunsftataJ mlf.
iial'nt olt anl lun
I Itusiiii, nviiiri' Qujek
and partnaoenl relief
from foot tortures.
JlVe'vo Bsada uw name Blyn stsad for
exoeJIeaot, duruhiliiy, reliability, comfort
and (K'oiioniy in our Shoes for men and
In rUyn-Plan Nature Shoes all these
features are prominent while Ihe COTOfort
feature has Been developed to tho extreme,
Thousuncls of pleased children are
wearing them, and the sales are daily
Best Family Shoe Slares. Easy ta Reach.
VTBST SlltK ITORUl fifyOjf C MM llr: NIOKIJ4:
SIze.H IT tO H ... 1.75
iaea I ?4 to ii.- ia.oo
Ilea ii 'i to -. . $a.5o
Tan. alaaa 5 to I, ta.oo
oih.r iUen in Tan saaia
pii mm lllsi-k l.tbthfm.
Short la All Grades.
Mail Onlrr leiit.. 'i'i III ;iil lit-. VVrllx i or I .lulodie uf illlilrru'a Hliui..
HrooklMl I 1 1 I'll'.ii St., null. Vl.r.ilouii &. Mmu. U'WHV or. (,reelle Air.
Shire. IB'Wari '!. I'urk anil Kllerr Ml., t'wt.ry. Ml -".III Ka.l 7-'. I Ml.
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFRENCfl WHAT YOU NEED
A WOI.D "WANT" WILL GO GET IT
SI R HVNP.I SIIOI'S VOU WnMFM Till ttts-r ax tuu muri-i iun am.
- - - .rl.V. W J . nt, v SVSW
on (rOJ SO
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER
Mid-day Cabar et
Kiehth Kluor la.ll tu . P. ML
Miaa Corbett If Stanley Warner
Mr. Fred. W. Taylor. Tenor
Famous Hawaiian! Mile. CaataraU
Vielor SoriiM'. T"
of Misses' 27.50 Charm-
ing Evening! 50
Gowns at... I 1U.
Copies of Original Paris Creations
Not Shown Elsewhere
JSl SPKCIAI, order rfluced some weeks apo lirings tjala lot of hand-
some ((owns to us and to you just in time for Thnnk-stfivinR
slioiiniui;. No mutter whal we miabt snv here you cannot iiicture
the daintiness or the Iteautv of these elever ereations. They will
irresistible to every miss who sees t hem
Included are three beautiful reproductions of new
foreign models with most fascinating effects, in bodice
sleeve and draping. Fashioned of soft, clinging silks,
artistically draped with silk shadow lace or chiffon
cloth in dainty shades, elaborated with hand made
chiffon flower or bugle trimming, all desirable shades;
sizes for misses, juniors and small women.
It has been many day.s since we offered in a ipoclal sale, dresser
that compare with these mid we want every miss who is a rt'Ktila
patron of our misses' section to obtain one or more.
C " MmoMin Crawforrl Co.. Third Moor. On Sale T.-Morr.w. Si. Mall Oram Flltee.
Greatest Upholstery Savings Years
Lace Curtains, Portieres, Couch Covers, Bed Sets, Etc.
IT'S a stock righting tale, which means a sacrifice of thousands of dollars' worth of new and seasonable jproods.
In deciding on the sale prices below, we have disregarded cost or former selling prices in our resolution to
move slocks in two days
2,200 Pairs Imported
Tuesday Sale ) 3.95, '5.00
Choice of Iriuli Point nod Uucliess Point Cur
tains, Swiss and Saxony llrunsrU Curtains, lianil
sonic Kinbroidered Tambour I.acr Curtains. All
arc 1, 2 anil S pair lots, in some cases a mussed or
soiled sample is included. At impoi t coat.
FueRdary ami Wednesday
Nottingham and Scotch
Tuesday Sale) 50c, 98c,
Prims er '1.66 &'2.95
Consist of Nottingham, Scotch lace.
Cable Net, Fish Net, Colonial and Madras
weave. All are 1, 2, 9 to 0 pairs of a style.
Iu some cases a mussed or soiled sample
is also included. At mill cost.
$5,000 Worth of Couch
Covers All at Half Price
arc ure to linil
nvery grade, color or style you
Tuea. st 1 1 . 1 n 0 .atS Q .AS Q si 14 M
, A si. J KJT
20 in., M in. ge.
or 24 in., nt (tSiJC
Well filled, lovered
with good cambric; reg
ularly sold for Mo, 45c
Reg. 30c Opaque Window Shades
SOiTtf laches, i K""' rollers, sluts and bracket in
cluded. Choice of white, ecru, olive or in
dark green, at XOC
500 Hand Made Lace Bed
' Sets at Less Than Half
Renaissance, Marie Antoinette, Arabian
Itfiiaiiiaance and Russian LasN Red
Sets are included; all are pcrfret, well
made and only on the best wearinK nets.
Tuesday's Sale Prices are:
4-65, $5-90, $84
10 65 l $19 75
2,000 Brass Extension Rods
Regularly sold at 25c t
and 35c, at ( IOC
For hu e curtains or hangings,
size 2H inches when closed, .ill
inches when open.
J, 500 Pairs Imported
Tuesday SaleH", 3M9 5 M
Prices arm I $g 65 13-00
Cluny, Antique. Marie Antoinette, Re
naissance and Arabian Lace urtains. All
are 1, 2, S to 4 pairs of a style. In some
instances u soiled or mussed sumple is in
cluded. At about V$ price.
$7,000 Worth of Handsome Portieres
33.V6 to 40 Below Regular Prices
Handaome Velour Portieres, Reautiful Silk Portieres,
Fine Damask Portieres and all kinds of Tapestry Por
tieres in best patterns and colors included.
$.65 $4-65 '7-45 $9-65 9J0.85
500 Shirt Waist
Boxes '41 on
Regularly $3.50 V
Handsomely constructed, large
sisc, lias a separate movable tray
41.50 Satin Covered Sofa Cush
Front, of beautiful floral or Oriental satin.
buck of plaiu sateen tilled with silk floss.
U " Slinusnn Crawford C... rear Hi Floor. On Sal. T.-Morrow.
Featuring Unexampled Of feringSo'irChina Dept.
W ri I M . . . . . - . saaa. Aa MB '
w ny i-ay
when you can buy
2.00 to 2.25 Reliable Gas
offer them at this reduced price; large meat platters and soup
100 Piece Rlue Copen
hagen Dinner Sets, at.
Lamps at a Savins' ot
75c to II Each?
These lumps give an uniiMinlly large
volume ot light. They use SO little
gas that they toon pay
for themselves. Kouipped
with Pilot By-
Puns ami UaoV
L i n d a a y
Home Light I
1 1 oiiit l.luht
Unco Light 4
$11 100-piece American $f Q5
Porcelain Dinner Sets, at f
MADE ot the liest white Amcneap 1'oreelaiii, dsoo
c..l,..l in m ...... I 1 J ' 1 ,,l,:i.. SA lt llu. ...1 .nil
,.,,. ,1, n 11, at a - . 1 f ii, 1 u, -.i i 1 , niiiir . , if, i i ii i-s iii-si c in
, - 100 P ce Auatrian China
O.t D 1 Dinner Seta. 11.95
Open stock pattern, made of good
ICnglish porcelain. SO
Piece Seta as above a.lVO
100 Piece Kngliah Porcelain
Dinner Seta, open stock
patterns , lt.9S
ts. 9s Rich Cut Claaa Q avaf
Punch Howls and feel , at O.C)
7 Piece Cut Claaa Water $ a
Sets, all over catting, nt 4isrO
7 Piece China Kerry Seta, rr
Has over 200 piex-es of leaded art
fitted In by hand, into brass frume
S4 inches in diameter, made to fif
ceillngt complete with KM) oaadh
Lnluiwwn-Cr.wfurd Co.. Mith I lu.ir. On Sale To-Morr.w.
Dining Room Dome cffl?
WINES y LIQUORS
I oro net ba iiiia(iie America s
hisst: ease ( IJ nimrls. III. IS;
j I pliilH, (lil.lt; iiiurt. Sr; r
"n' burailuil fort, Irrm li
, me lUeniuie, I'oaorve
3rJ; Kullon. M.ttl '"II
Moiitli ellii or ablnel Moiio-
k'ram Bye 1 .ull"" t.s: ii .
oiii rruM Kantueky olatlUeui
Kiillon. S ;..": iiunrt
I.ri i n Kill I Wlllsket Dlsllller)
bottling: ti imi hoi tie
Manhattan anil Marllnl I oi k.
i .ni - i i ) Baal . buttle at . . .
Dsbonael The rrancti loals aud
Of iiiality ni popular prices. Msil and
Phone tinier- I'ille.l. flutsas tlflt
tT rllilh Hour.
hi anaaro on
uullt;. l ulllornlu t larei aii'l
I- srelli'iit 'llnner0 -
Uloil anil CI3i:
SI Oft Itiirneir. The Old l.ooiloo Dry anil
' uu To in (-In o lioi i li s a4.U; , .
tiarilnel i oaiiae, :t-slar
In irume. SI ."ill hotlle
ithine iiml Moseila Wines, boltlisl
in tin eetlare of t in- Mill knovwi
(linn of K. Suul'liaeli A Co . Malnt,
at lews than Iniporter'a price
l.aubenhelmer I 'am of I.
botth v Is: bottle 55c'
Nlrrsteluer -Oaas of 19 hot- r
ties. a.3l hoi lie OUC
Uoi btaii uier - ( us of IJ hot- -0
ties. 17; hottle 05C
elllngrr of 1 .: hot- c
tie, ta.iti ixniie :5c
r r :
r.ii,. r ore i a ii iiuinue.s s -si oil I
RoUfed in D.ihiln. Mln re It la
brewed; doaan Plata, II.Ml ., ,n
iloeii mis 5 111)
(,'alllurnia Purt, loerry, AnseUoa,
Muscat! I and Tokay, old ami fruit)
wlm--. priced uri-onliiiK to uko ami
1 1 tiu 1 1 1 -. :
h-jrar Old, regularly M 60,
reduced to. "1 .79
rjyear old, refiUarll M is'. ,
reduced to 91.25
1-year old, reguiariy 11.00, ,
reduead to 91.05
uinarl in I ham aans 1m-
narted, vuitaso I U00, Brut; case of
IJ i j ii i Ml. ea.e .1 pints.
StH.SOi iiiiari ll.tSs 4,
aaihury Pure Maryland aye
Whiskey --Bottled, In DOM . guar
anteeil 7 earii old: full nM
Hllsiin lllil.key in the aoa
ru i ui !- hoiue -in i -1 it i at
I n-m-li OtafOt ami Saul. -rue irnm
Baaaon Prarea et Klla, llnnlnaui
Ht, J illlen -t'aseof 13 bottles.
f.li. iHillle 50C
Ponirt (anal IS bottles,
SM.tS; tMitlln OUC
Sa Kerne--1 2 tiotltos. IS. II;
Uaute Mauterue IJ hotLles, , -
if.Mi bgktla 05C
s. 1 1 Uaa, lll,Ml bottle 91
79C l.lreme He .sleolhe or lloilpil
' a.11 111 niel - - Baal American; not..
Iiuuorled fort and tsherrl...
A niontlllado Sherry
I allforula llm s by guarl and
q all as
l alirornla St. Jullen ( larel Very
Old and dnr: .1 fina; nosen iun uuart
aauon. M.SSi bokila "Ill uottiaa ?4.od
Huff liordou Mherry Medium I ( alllornla l.auheiihri nier - I -.(-client
imie lauon. is.ott-, DotUa . 75C biio aiaa; doses imt- .t
IniiaUd Port Iti-coiumcnilcil by the ties 92.05
meslleal profOMSn .gallon, M.Ml a I I allforula Mauterue Kqual Aa
botti..... 89C Mlmportad ivhuttiM . 93.50
king's Crown Sruleh Whiskey
H . i. Iiottle .
Bami a Co. Pale Ale lloltleil
In London doaen nlnt.
BaralS'l loallih Ale or Oalnieal
sii, ui l)i tor llranil.riM-oinimiiuliHl
hy madlcai professor., dozen,
pint.. 11.11 doen, ,
uips 91 .05
and Juniors' Coats
Values to 912.50. r.t
liK'luileil are the DWOh
wanted Chiiiehilla, Blanket
Cloth mixtures, BngUlJl
Tweedii Clookiogs, black
Thibet and Kersey
Kmliraciiig every desirable up-tiv
the-mintite uioileled coat I far
Winter wear Women's sizes, S
to 4ii. Mies' sis as, 14, in and 18
year.. Juniors, 1:1. II sad IT years.
The lot comprises a most
unusual collection of the sea
son's wauled culms, not a
popular shade or combination
. I'.MVFORl ".. MXT.I A I .. 19 ill TO 30111 STREET. IN KtW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER