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F-ke Corporations Should Be
Barred by Law From Em
TOO MANY "DUMMIES.
National Compulsory Com
pensation Urged at Civic
1h National CSrte Federation ti r
saxxnalble for an Important win f erno.
altetide.l by delegates from most of th
Hiltt, which umMl to-dv Id the
fpomg of ihs New Yor lluanl of mi
Transportation. Th. object of lha
m(H la to Ha-'iMw 1 h subtest of
twkmn'i compulsory compenaaUmv
Ua Mia campaign, Inaugurated by th
tonal Civtc !" I r ill i four . are
Mo. looking to the i . i - i k of tans
whleli would civ workwn romimrnv
tloo for th.- tlma loet through i...t
In ttih employment, from vlmlfvrr
cause, haa mac' great pi . numer
ciil .1 iftl fu : ; . p hava .1.1 . - i Many of
thaa hava been pvmmintnt. Other re
main, and theee are tha aggravating
Banldra tl) delegates appointed by
tha Oovar. nori of tha various mates In
watch workmen's oomi'rnaaUon acta
htm not baaa pesssd or Incomplete
luw have been adopted t'.iene were at
tha conference representative of Indus
trial, labor and amployara' orgargis
l ions, and members of civic bodies.
HOPE FOR NATIONAL LAW ON
LINE LAID OUT.
It I ilmped that a model compensation
art, drawn up by tha federation after
aa exhaustive review of the euhject. will
b adopted aa the atandand arxj will
tvatituallr become the law in all Die
Congress haa tinder considers-
maaeure provtdlrvi for compul
eempcnaatlon far railroad an-
wtlloh Ilea alone the lines adopt -
tha National Civic Federation.
August Belmont. Chairman of the
Federation Department on Com-
saawMtloa for Industrial Acrldenu and
Thair Prevention, prealdea at th con-
He opened tha proceeding! to
with an addreaa In which he de-
progrsss that had been
lha dlfflculu that had been
I are Mac enoounUred and th arov
for tha eventual adoption by all
of laws that will protect work
flow loss of with resulting from
accidents, and the families of
in from poverty following the
itk by accident of their breadwtn-
Belmont i plained that tha con-
had been call ad for this time
i the Legislature of thirty-eight
will b In lasslsn after Jan. 1
th matter should be puahed be-
au thas bodies
"The compensation acts In the
TJsatsd States to-day are to be found
hi law following Btatea." said Mr. Uel
gnaat some blng so-called elective'
compensation laws, and two
lnsursno laws, all being In the
tmantal stage. aVrlsona, Calif or-
Ullnou, Kansas. Maryland, Massa-
Michigan. Nevada, New
hire. New Jersey. New York.
Ofcta, Rhode Island, Washington and
DECLARES LAV SHOULD SUP
PRESS FAKE CORPORATIONS.
"Naturally, th workmen who have
atraggled lone to secure th existing
Uahsllty laws which glv thm the right
at aw for dairagss and th right of
by Jury pause whan they see th
that through th present sys
tem In th State of Washington tha
Ml Is aursd hla compensation, and
M raised In their minds the question.
How may th Injured workman be
guaranteed his compenaation In cas
of Insolvency on the part of hla sm
torersr "W recognise the unfortunate state
get affairs which permit so-called dummy
oarparattons to com into existence and
that undoubtedy effort must be mad to
fTotsot the wage earner against any
such. A corporation with SIO.OUO paid up
sag-' Stock may proceed to da a bual
sjeas of (1,000,400 and if an employe be
oomes Injured the amount of his oom-
wsnaatlon or damage would wipe the
corporation out of existence.
'"s can, without discussing una, say
to you emphatically that the law ought
t suppress 'fahs' corporations, which
rwaOy have no capital, and that a cor
poration should not be allowed to bs an
employer which has no ru nt to exist
except as I represented by the paper
In the office of the 8crtary of .Stele.
Many believe that wa should find aome
Way In conjunction with our compulsory
model Workmen's Compensation act
which places the burden upon the em
ployer to guarantee th workman his
INSURANCE UNDER STATE
Mr. Belmont said he had sought ad
vie on th question of how th work
man Is to b guaranteed against th
rapacity or orookdnea or business
misfortune of the employer from many
sourcei Th general opinion appeared
to be that tba employer should be com
pel led to protect himself by insurance
In companies attending to that lino of
risk and that such Insurance ahuuld be
effected under Stale supervision.
Louis B. Bertram, Chairman of th
Federation s National Committee on the
Improvement of Stat Inspection of Fac
tories, In a statement on progress during
the paat year, aald an Important factor
m advancement was ths adoption by
th International Association of Factory
Inspector of th aommltt' Mode)
Safety act and It minimum essentials
accident reporting blank.
.r Schram eald he had in mind th
launching of a campaign to prevent ele
vator accidents, which concerned not
sly workmen employed in running e
valor but thos wbo rid in sieve tor. A
law la advocated compelling th adop-
sr safety devices, on of which
sat foratit aa lvalr tj caov la
Are You Wearing Gloves and Stockings
Like These? They're the Very Latest
r 1 -
WHITE ?ll LK GLOVKS
WITH OPHAMFWT5 QP
ithr direction while nnv door In the
ltr shaft l open or unlocked.
ueorge nutneriand. United 8tata
Senator from I'tah and Chnlrman of
the Ke leral Compensation Coiniiilaslon,
Tnder the nr.'ent liiw the eel fei.i.ls
Of the pnuntrv any out flO.oe n00 yearly
tn compensation for accidents. ndN
the proposed inn tll.iDm.iTC v. Ill be avull-
able. In order thm this fiiml of ll.s.ini,.
000 may not be .lep'. t.-l the law In Its
lnltlnl etajrc mnkM n mln'.nium of 1.3
id a maximum of f "
'I want to aay to inllroad men who
may be present that If the propoaed
One New York woman literally ha
la her slipper buckle.
At a sportsmen's feast In Hacramento
Alimony Club In Ludlow Street Jail law
for their benotlt In tin jail, aiel none of the
This i Evacuation Day. Just ISO
of the British in New York became
Kpictetu once remarked.
Woman arctieologtst discovar that th
tight corsets 8,000 years ago.
If Wie corner Is broken and there 1
omelette. There are 3,f2O,0UO crates In si-
I News Oddities
Mrs. Nlrdllnger, President of th Chopin Soolety, will read a paper to the
actresses of the Pr .feaaionej Woman' Lrtagu at th next meeting on th aolenc
of spending money.
Mayor Oaynor will deliver a lecture
Complete official return a how Mr.
mother of triplets. The first baby was
Friday and the third Saturday.
Board of Health of Wheeling, W.
keeps her Up clean.
It la stated tn London that If Venus
In present-day musical comedy shs would
A North Oarman Uord steam, r from Brmn for Philadelphia wae driven
from her cnure In nlaware Hay by a herd of deer swimming acros the channel.
BOWELS SLUGGISH, STOMACH SOUR,
GASSY, UPSET? CASGARETS GREAT!
That awful aournraa, belching of add and foul gases; that pain in the pit of th
stomach, the heartburn, uervouenree, nausea, bloating after rating, feeling of full
ness, diliinrts anil aick hrudiicbre. mrana your stomach ! full of sour bile your
liver i torpid your howrla rnnatipated. It iin't your stomach's fault it isn't
indirration it'n bilinuaneas and constipation.
Try Csacareta; they immediately awertcn the stomach, remove the aottr,
undigested and fermenting food slid foul Rases; take the eiccas bilr from the liver
and carry off the constipated waatc matter from the bowels. Then your stomach
trouble is ended. A Cascarct to-night atraightrus you out by morning.
CASCARfiTS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.?
THE ETETTTTTTJ WOULD
BsL ) A BH fTlTii L ATB. Jt Df3.il OKI
wte.D. jafafJ BM m i'msroidery or" ofiEirs
law has to be revised and It will be
renin rknhln if the law were perfect at
It flrit drait the rcvlalun will nut bu
"I atn oppoaed to Federal letialatlon
In workmen' -onipetuiitloii at pvcH
cnt. We want to see what the Stati n
will do and profit by their mlstakcM."
s.iUI W. S. Carter, President of the
Hrotherhood of Lxoomotlve Klremen
hands on her feet. She wears a watch
1.S00 wild geese were lerved In a frooae
a special performance of a play jr.ven
member went uway before the show
yari ago the vitcnut splttitude
an accelerated ccntrifuaence, at
ladles Sf Crete wore hobble klrts and
a smash tn
It will make so mo
next month on "Th Control of Crima,"
A. V. Orantout of Chloaa-o to be th
bom Wednesday night, th second on
V,, aay kissing Is all right If th girl
heraelf could ak for an engagement
to told ah waa too fat.
on.l Kii'Xlnmien. In mi cners-etlc nttack
on Senator Sutherland.
He sild that the prt pnaed law would
let the r.illroails Klvo the Injured man
an ensy Job, Insteml of financial com-
panaation, (IkeTmM'i and gatamon'i
)ebg paying W per cent, of the nninunt
of the oonpanaattoa tbay would iw
I rancis l.ymle BtatgOhi chairman of
th Committee on Legislative Policy,
talked of Slate Constitutional Amend
ments relating to workmen's compen
sation. Whether we make glasses
upon the prescription ot your
oven oculist, or upon the ad
vice of our Oculists, regis
tered physicians, we assure
you not only the "very test pos
sible in eyeglasses" at the low
est cost, but absolute and
Harris Glasses cost 2 or more.
OcaUxsI and OrAidcuvr
64 Bust 23d St.
54 W. 126th St.
70 Nassau St.
27 West 34th St.
442 Columbus Ave.
B'klyn: 47S Fulton SL and 1009 D'nay
Newark: 597 Broad St. nr. HahneACo.
They Know Where
They're Going and
They're on Their Way
There's no guesswork about the site
rental, location and conveniences of
Apartments one is guided to by World
a 09Q World "To It"
),)&ZJ Ads jst Wcek
9 09 Mo,e Than the
,U9. Herald, Times,
Sun, Tribune and Press
If you ride too far
If you walk too far
If vou pay too much rent- -
If vou have no conveniences-
If the arrangement Isn't rtirht
If there's not sufficient heat
If there's no telephone service
If vour lanitor Is obstreperous
Oonsult and profit by the
Nearly 2,000 "To Let" Ads.
in Sunday World YMtsjday
$500 FOR FIRE HERO.
Man Who avrd
Fireman fenec l.nke. engineer on
th Fire department Kng.rt No. a,
No. 2ii Lafayette street, wl.l be pr
ented with oheiik for .V In reeognl- t
tlon of Jr's work tfUTint 'ho riiltah!e
Ufa list JajrUgPy in res-'Ulng Vt'llllnm
'Hliiln. prealilent of the Mercantile H.iv. j
Inga leposlt I 'umpiiiiy, which o. cupl' d I
the ground Moor.
The presentation will be ma le on
Megl.Teielay afternoon by Benjamin
Htrwnn r., vice-president of the Bank
afgr Trust Company ami treasurer of'
l.he Hankers' Police and Firemen'!
James McCreery & Co.
Unusual Sale on Tuesday and Wednesday
100 dozen heavy French Silk Shirts in the
newest combinations of colors. Plain and plaited
bosoms. values 6.50 and 7.50, 500
200 dozen Pure Silk Knit Scarfs, accordion
weave in plain and cross stripes. 1 .25
300 dozen Gloves, English Tan Capeskiu.
Regular and short fingers. 95c pair
On Sale Tuesday, November 26th
RIBBONS. In Both Stores.
Flowered warp on light and dark grounds.
42 and 0 inches wide. 19c, 23c, 35c a yd.
values 25c. 40c, 50c a yd.
54 and 53.t inch Moire Taffeta Ribbon in a
variety of colors. value 30c 19c a yd.
Extensive stock of Fancy Ribbons in Velvets,
Brocades, Tinsels and Floral designs, suitable for
Holiday work, at moderate prices.
DECORATIVE NOVELTIES, m Both store,.
Imported Embroidered Boxes, Portfolios and
Hand-Mirrors, value 3.50 to 5.75. 1 .95 each
Pillow Slips, made of Burlap with tapestry
trimmings, or silk brocade with gold braid trim
mings, value 1.00 to 2.00 75c to 1 .50
Pillow Tops, Oriental and gold bouillion
tapestry, value 2.50 to 5.00 150 and 250
Scarfs and Squares of tan colored linen, hand
cmbroidcred. value 4.50 to 6.75 250
CORSETS. In Both Stores.
C. B. a la Splrite.
Excellent models for slender, medium and well
developed figures. 1 .00, 1 .50, 2.00 to 5.00
Models for average figures, made of Coutil and
daintily flowered Batiste and Broche.
3.50 and 5.00
Models for stout figures, with double boning
and three pairs of hose supporters attached.
2.50 and 3.00
TOILET ARTICLES. In Both Store..
Imported Ivory finish Hair Brushes, assorted
styles. 1.35 to 5.00
Imported Ivory finish Mirrors to match
brushes, straight or ring handle.
1.00 to 7.00
Imported I vory Combs 7, 7 .T. 25c to 1 .00
Imported " Clocks 85c " 12.00
Imported " Frames 50c " 5.00
Imported Ivory Frames and Clocks with
assorted jewel settings, at greatly reduced prices.
Military Hair Brushes, - ebony or boxwood
backs. 1 .00 to 2.75 pair
Triplicate Mirrors, wood frames . .2.00 t o 4.50
Perfume Atomizers, bulb styles . . 75c " 5.00
Fitted Rubber lined Week-end Cases, value 35c
Perfumery in assorted boxes, for children.......
25c and 50c box
Houbignnt. Couer do Jeannette and Ideal
Extracts. 2.00 and 2.50 bottle
runtf, a fund raised by th benkera of!
th: oHl since the hliiultable (Ire. Th
ward of the money to lrke will n I
made at II o'clock n the afternoon at
Fire department II-adnuarter. Mayor
OaygtOTi Fire ( 'ominlaaloner Jolinaon and
other will aitend. Several) other men
will receive honors and promotion.
Ml.. Ilntrhln.nn Mron on I. alia.
Friends of Dorothy Hutcnlnson,
member of the senior class of th
Montclalr, N. J., High Rrhool, assart
she 1 the bet Latin translator In s
Jersey public achool. Her teacher re
porls Dial Mlaa Hutchlnaon one day
last week translated 360 lines of Vir
gil In II mlnutea, n average of a lit
tle mora than fourteen lines a minute.
Broadway! (fourth AvenuCi Blghtb to Tenth Street
Some Very Pretty Dresses
which (fentlewomf n will ik-light in Ikviuisc of thoir imple
style, mid fine mntorinU have lern KCItred to offer at
$15, Regularly $22 to $25
Dark blue and Mnck ..erjje, English slriped and plain
velveteen and a few novelty suiting of the finer kind woven
Many of the lingerie collar., are hand-embroidered, while
several are of the Poiret printed epon,e.
All sizes for small and larger women.
$25 Tailored Suits at $15
$25 Chiffon Dancing Dresses at $15
are other special pre-Thanksgiving opportunities in the Little
Dress Salons. Peronrl floor, Stewart Building.
Serge Dresses for Girls
150 Samples, $3.75
We had the first choice of a stock of 8,000 samples, regularly
$5 and $6.50. The maker, who is moving uptown, docs not like
to take his stock with him.
Another thing this line contains a complete assortment or
sizes from 6 to 14 years.
Clean, fresh, well-made, every frock is as desirable a little
school dress as a girl could wish, simply trimmed, many with full
pleated skirts and all with deep hems. Blue, garnet, brown and
plaids. Sizes 0 to 14 years.
Corduroy Coats Young Women's Suits
Sicca 10, li. 14, are $7.T5. Warmly
lined and interlined excellent value
at the price. When corduroy be
comes even more acarce than it i
now, you will be glad to have bought
these coats. Urlted inodelj.
Sterling Silver Jewelry Set with Semi
Precious Stones, $5 and $10
The $5 pieces are worth $8 to $85. The $10 pieces are
usually $1 to $50. v
Bracelets, chains, Iavallicres. pins, brocehes and fobs, all
of hand-wrought sterling silver, in antique effect, set with lapis
lazuh, turquoise matrix, jade, ehrysophraae, opal, malachite,
amethyst, topas, amber, rose quart.:, coral und other .semi
A matching set of these, or even a single piece, would be n
charming gift for the daintiest woman, who likes to change her
jewelry With her gowns. Main floor. New Stewart BtdMtsf
Christmas Handkerchiefs in the
Store on the Subway Floor
New quarters right at the center of things near the cloth
Pretty handkerchiefs, dainty boxes all ready for Christmas.
Don't forget, too, that every handkerchief here is all linen
even at 5c apiece.
We should lc glad to have you compare the quality of these
handkerchiefs with others offered elsewhere.
The whole world has been searched and we think they are
better than ever. Many kinds at 75c box of six for men and
women. Plain, initialed and embroidered.
Subway floor. New Stewart Building
Gifts in Leather
For the Friend Who Motors
Lots of little leather things you might give your motoring
friend. Why not keen this Christmas sucrsestion in vnne mlnA
Leather covered cushions to sup
port backs. In black and tan with
leather handle and pocket. I.
Limousine case with nine fittings
of Parisian ivory, S8. With 10 or IS
"Wash-up" cases to remove the
dust of travel, contain oiothei brush,
hair brush, soap box and comb in
on rubber case, a wash cloth in
another and the whole is packed in
a leather case with a big towel. $4.
These are just a few of the gift hints from that store of
The Leather Good Store, Main floor. New Stewart Building.
Fine Steel Carving Sets
Steel from Germany finely tempered carefully tested.
A few strokes of the sharpening steel if the blade dulls will
make it able to deal with the most difficult bird that ever called
down criticism on the "carvingship" of the man-who-sits-at-the-head
-of -1 he-table
Throe-piere sets, with staghom Three-piece steak sets with stag
handles, 19.73 to $0.80 a set. horn handles. $0.18 and $8 4 with
Two-piece steak sets, $1.85 to buffalo horn handles, $8.75 set."
Poultry shears, $1.8 to $S.
Not imported, but exceptionally good
ha.7$T50t"$i.75With ,Uhrn St "a ,trti,,, "
Two-piece sets, with celluloid Three-piece set, with staghom
handles, $.S. Indies. .Mi with ceUulddhlK
Three-piece sets, with 8-iacb $,78. avswsaxsa
Subway floor. New Building.
B better dressed
There are 189 suits. The fabrics are $14 to $15 suitings.
The trimmings and workmanship are $1. to $15 grades
with thete exceptional there is more hand-worli and u little finer
serge lining in the $18 to $15 grades, t j $
Two pairs full-lined knickers with each List; doublclircatijiL Norfolk
and plain, jacket coats; blue serge and uVitushed -oratedV and fane v
7 r i T .
years in double breasted.
T. Stowiirl &. Co.
Such nn assortment: Corduroys,
mixtures and stripes, and all very
The girl who want a well-tailored
suit with a dash of style to it--couldn't
do better than to choose
now. Siica 14. 10, 18. Price 10.
Second floor. New Stewart HuildlnR.
Clothes brushes with stiff bristles
which will make short work of dost.
i-scaea in a flat moroom
Kboay. tx.So; ivory, 18. In nlgslun
and seal cas.. Ebony. SJo and
S8.0; ivory, $S and $8.50.
Luncheon kits containing every
thing four people could want for a
road lunch. 110.80
Thermos bottles. Half pint siae
Ml 1-pint, $1 to SS.60; 1-quart, tt u,
8.80 Leather-covered flasks, 80c to
like these could be sokrf
ior w.su more boys would Wl
mother money would go
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"goaf 'w .-nwrt Building.
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