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ititi JKVJSM1MU WUHLD, 1 NOVEMBER 89, 1911.
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SAYS POLICE HEAD
Commissioner Waldo Urges
the Abolition of Special
aloe Mch man owns his own er and
uiml to feel a aense of responsibility
I By Sophie Irene I.oeb.
thf first step tnwaM a more o
slratile a..d popular system of taxlrah
titer In New York City la to abollah
tha private hackstands, " said Commit
tloner Waldo whan I talked with him
on m taxlcab situation. "If private
hackatanda were abolished many dis
pute! arlstne between public harknven
and private harkmen around theatrss
and 'hotels would be eliminated, to the
resulting aood of the puihllc."
I then Inquired as to the conduct of
tha men ownln their own cara, such
as the Independent Tail Owners' A
eotftatlon, and asked him roncsrntnf tha
MM of identification cards wlUi him,
wMloh la a voluninry action on the
part of these men, ard If he had had
any complaints aualnst these drivers. I
who now run afthe lowest rate In New '
YoHC City and have resolved to run at
10-cent per mile rate If tha prlvata
hackstands be abolished and they are
aiven a wider field ai'cordlnsly for op
eration. Tha Commissioner answered: "I have'
not had on complaint asalnat these
men. In fact. I think thev arive leaa .
trodple than any other claas of drivers,
WALDO SUGGESTS THE USE OF
"further," continued Mr. Waldo, "I
Would sucieat that a system of thumb
prima for Identification be taken of I
i-lvr Instead of photographs, aa la
proposed In the forthcoming ordinance, !
alnce It Is a mu. h easier and quicker
method, and I am ready to have these
filed with me, to Improve the taxlcab j
Thus It would eem that the Com
bWssloner of Police has evidently been
aomnelled to (lent the batt la of the
ollc liaokman to f.ra for him his
And after considerable study of the sllu-
Is sdv'ce to aboUih the private luvck-
uriafl st'oms to oe in accoraance witn
rhat he, la wllllnc to undertake the
snaacation or unvcrs unaer the
lailnns for having res.nslble men only
At pit sent, this -ranting of private
hackstand permits as one kind of li
ter cont.nuallv and a-lva extra work
NOT A LICENSE BUT A FRAN
Licenses In London and Paris for
taxloaha and all public conveyances are
grantee for public. aervlce only, no prl-
n.l..ll...i m nmnartu nwn.f n , i '
ailowen to use me airee-a pnr num. -Ac
cording to the highest legal authority
fills Idea of granting a special UoatKN to
W1VI1 HW MWJIU1 - in..-, nit- lui ill ui
A franohlso rather than a license.
If this condition continues, und since
according to the cab companies
luaiir iirain i.n- ...in i. it,- in i . nun
Paris will grow lesa annually and
) never be enjoyed.
According to the Presidents and
Other officials of the taxlcab companies.
1 . tti 1 rAm nf th.'lr hiitnaa V- ..
ate and hotel, which they Insist on
ntaJnlng and from which their
Income Is realised. Account
pe-ao tie ally unknown In London and
the Cm of thla fact the
confronting too Aldermanlo Corn-
It: Are the tanca.De under the
, ivium of nrivlta haeaoaranda
aooounts In reality publlo carriers.
wore Intended to bo, or are they
to liver! ee acting under the prtv-
of a public licenser
Honest Druggist Often
Gives Good Advice.
lit gives me great pleasure to take this
and at the same time to cheerfully
I -- i- .., f uJ
v wnr nau Huiirrru icrnuii uoni r.hi-
disease ana naa tried an Kinds 01
1 .... I ......I.......,., U-ltll ,1 r .ii,.,.j titttll
druggist recommended Swamp-Itot.
years and she is now feeling better
an she ever did before. I believe tall
dip" entirely to Swamp-Root and .it anil
u .,i,ii, It,, ui Is the kinif of all kidnev
unites. You have my consent to puli
li this statement at any time in the In.
tore of humanity.
lours verv truly.
E. B. TINOLB,
FtiWrilird nnd sworn to before rae,
i.. ,tli liny i f !"' niber. 11(11.
r. !', SMITH. Notary Publlo,
V is I.. nir.v tlwt K. It. Tingle of
i (' v hits purctiuMtl BwampRoot of
-'i"tsT :: tinier.
- Ti ll pilUG COMPANY,
Py, Kilmer A Co.,
t: linmtiiii, N, Y.
pCttd to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hingliam-
onxinrr anyone. You will also receive
lui. k, ei i,i . iin. line iniormution, ii'inng
I alioul I he Kidneys ami Madder. V) ben
rump, "e sure ami mention me iew
rk Evening World. itrgulsr fifty-
J" Better Goods for the Same Money
Purchases Made Until
Lecembcr 10, Inclu
sive, Will Be Charged
on Bills Rendered
February 1st, 1913.
Meet Me oX the Fountain
or the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere"
A City in Itself
GREENfflJTSliiEL COOPER 0.
J . B.OREENHUX Pre a. 8 l9 StrU
A Glorious Representation of New and Particularly 3Q
Smart Styles; Values $16.50; On Sale Tomorrow, at ?Vo f D
Please do not confound this sale with others where the offerings arc made up of
"odds and ends", job lots, etc.
This is all fresh, new goods, made up for regular selling at full retail prices.
Materials include chinchillas, astrakhans, zibelincs, cheviots and tweeds. Styles for
"dress" and for every -day wear. Among the new effects included you will And a broad
showing of coats with shawl or close-fitt.ng collars and curls of seal plush. All the
new wanted shades; also black; sizes 13 to 18 years.
500 Coat Like These in a Sale at $9.75 Each. Will Sell Rapidly.
Tomorrow. Therefore, PLEASE COME EA RLY.
Glrln' 117.60 Pluah Coato
seal plush for dress wear; lined
throughout with guaranteed
atin; close-fitting collar trim
med with plaid ornaments;
Girls' Chinchilla Coats full
length model; lined throughout
with checked lining; doublt
breasted with atandmg velvet
collar; belted model; sr njr
sizes 6 to 14 years ; at 0.0
Mlaaea' S22.S0 Pluah and Chin
chilla ( oats full-length mod
els; plush coats have shawl col
lar fastening with lurp.c frogs
lined throughout with satin;
chinchilla coats finished with
plush collar, cuffs and throw
scarf; fancy frog fastenings;
sizes 14 to 18 years ; $ jq
Girl' $12.95 Chinchilla and As
trakhan ( oatu -lined through
out; sizes 6 to 14 Hi 7T
years U.I O
Glrla' $5.95 Cheviot Coats
full-length, semi-fitting model;
collar of inlays of contrasting
colored cloth ; braid-and-hutton-trimmed
; yoke lining; $Q QP
sizes 0 to 14 years; at O.oO
Girls' $C.J5 Com six models
fashioned of cheviot, mix.ure,
chinchilla and astrakhan;
touches of caracul cloth on col
lar and revers; velvet inlays or
self colored collar; yoke lining
of self-material; navy, brown,
Copenhagen, wine, and fancy
mixtures; sizes 0 to 14 Sr
years; at O
.Misses' and Juniors' Chinchillt.
Coata with plush "Johnny"
collar, fastening to neck; in
navy and gray; 'Jt)
M iKM' V Chinchilla Coats-- of Bl y ,
gray, Oxford and brown chin
chilla; standing collar and scatl
of black plush; large velvet but
ton fastenings; sizes $-i r,
14 to 18 years; at . lO.tHf
Misses' Chinchilla Coats tw
jaunty models; full-length, OBI
hsving stitched "elvel tolbv
the other with velvet colls
cuffs snd throw scsrf finishi.
with braid tassels; ft 4 A
, i m...L n - ...
.uiwri in u n i.om ii- i "ins y,i
full length m itli collar of plush , V
coat finished with handsome
frog ornaments; lined through
out with satin ;. izes $ss Jrv
14 to 18 years; at . lO.OU
Mleacs 1 allot t-u nuii:. many
smart models in cheviot, in
the season's besi styles;
plain-tailored effects with
touches of velvet inlays, or
shaul collars; soft guaran
teed lining:., skirts have
girdle-top effect; sizes 14
to 18 years; $-s q i
Gifts for Girls Dainty Dancing and Party Frocks $1 qr t $k aa
Of plain and checked voiles; copies of foreign model; neatly packed in li .iiday boxes; at l-VO 10 OoUU
Our stock is complete for every member of the family.
Toy books, paint books, books of travel, history, adventure,
reference, fiction, etc. at prices that will interest you.
Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes il
lustrated in colors ; bound in QQ
cloth; special at OaC
The Chatterbox for 1911 bound in
board ; illustrated ; was 79c ; JCJC
Peck's Bad Roy and His Pa com
plete edition; bound In QQ
cloth ;at OuC
Billy Whlskera by Frances Mont
gomery; bound in boards;
Danny Dimes' Bank Rook the book
that teaches how to save the
pennies ; an exceptionally
good novelty ; special at . .
Based UDon the solid foundation
VEBSTER and other lexicographers, and
modernized by CHARLES MOKK15.
Entirely new and up to date. The most complete and
modern hand dictionary published. 1,000 pages. Con
venient in size, fulness of contents and logical arrange
ment. Especially adapted to cvery-dsy use. Numerous
illustratic.tis, many of them full-page colored plates.
This Dictionary is not published by the original pub
lishers of Vabstar'a Du-iionary, nor by their successors.
PRENCH MOROCCO BINDING-ABSOLUTELY FLLXIBLfc
Kuinforccd in all necessary parts to add to strength and
durability. Title stamped in geld on side snd back; mar
bled edges. Size 5.'jxH inches; reguUr price $1.50; to
Library of Wit and Humor from the
writings of the world's great QQ
humorists; 8 vo., cloth OUC
The Household History of the t'nited
.States and Its People by EJuard
Egijleston; illustrated ;pub- qq
linker's price $2.50; st. .. . UOC
A Hoosler Romance by Jamea
Whitcomb Kiley ; beautifully iQ
illustrated; special at faC
Rand & McNally'u New Family Atlas
oftho World 1B12 edition; rQ
publisher's price $1.50
Catholic Prayer Rooks and Rosaries
complete stock; these three spe
cials for tomorrow:
Rosaries five-yesr guarantee; all
popular stones; regularly rje
Rosaries ten-year guarantee; all
ropuiar stones; regularly QQ
2.00 :at aOC
Key of Heaven complete, with
epistles and gospels; bound in
genuine leather, with gold cross on
sides; red under gold edges; OA
regularly 75c ;at Oi7C
(MAIN Bulldlat, Pound Floor.)
OTHER SALES MAIN BUILDING (Vctzl.s i
values to $30, at $1S
to $30. at $14.75. Sheet
Specials in Boys' Clothing.
See our ad. In today's Evening Sun for details of a big ssle of books hi ecu. Sea saw t
morrow' uIm of mam, .ho wnm..'. sivanlna slinnora anil Cnh,.. n.iu,.. ., Ur ,d ln (he Globe for to-
, - Miming aaica or
nAln aHLUtn It (Uetai.s in today's Journal) Mao1. TTmTv Z!7- T,
. Overcoats, values to $25. at 14.75. $1 50 and $2 K.iors . 60e in."r S?",
set Music Hits at Sc. Clearances of Trimmed and Untin mad wilinlT'LlllV.
: --mwb j. i.atwi'll'MlSiilf Ul
rings and curtains.
Values to ) $1 7Q
$3, at (
Values to ) $
I $5.90, at
We emphasise this miint to you in con
ncction with this sale- THAT THESE
BLOUSES EXHIBIT AN EXCLUSIVE
CHARACTER QUITE OUT OF PRO
PORTION TO THE LOW PRICES
ASKED FOR THEM.
There is nothing ordinary about them.
They are trimmed with the daintiest of
laces and hund-embroideries, and arc
the product of one of the best waist
makers in America.
Being lamplag YOU HAVE AN UN
EXCELLED CHOICE OE STYLES. And
for the MAM rcuson there are few
duplicates surely powerful reasons for
coming here, tomorrow, to select your
particular choice in ONE OF THE BEST
BLOUSE OFFERINGS WE HAVE
MADE THIS SEASON.
The sizes are principally 34, 36 and 38
though there are included in the lot
some in 40, 42 and 44.
A Christmas Hint:
One of these charming blouses would make
a most welcome gift to friend or relative.
(MAIN Building, First Floor.)
aO -tysscv n oiM sQ a ' re8n Meats, and Cakes
VJlUL ClI CO of Our Own Baking
FANCY MIXED NUTS-
2 Ibi.. 3k: lb
PUKE BREAKFAST COCOA 22c
fresh. y around; lb
BANQUET CANDLES 1xAc
r.i 2!k bos .. ll
NE SANTA CURA PRUNES 23c
3 lbs .
NEW CLUSTER RAISINS IKa
dui., $1.74; carton
ALASKA SALMON -new pick nudlum rod
i mi. dot., U 07; 1 Qp
l ib. tall can Z
SOFT-SHELL 'ALNUTS OAn
IU lbs. II; lb
OYSTER BISCUITS, lemon, lnfr, mi k,
ciisp sodas, saltines or gnhem. ip
a m.m Km n.i-k.tfM. Ill ! nicklK. .
- - . . I ' . . ... ,
ICE-CREAM CONES- ho! from ths gni
ills 100 cones, 75c; dui., 10;; jj
Fresh Truits and
l-ANCY TABl.F. APPLES svsr tppie
perfect; York Imperljl, ine Sips,
Rome Beiui:e or jonithin; AUi
FRESH PICKED MUSH- Zflp
ORBBNINO of Bildin apples; OO-
S-qt. beikrt UJ-
IMPORTED LARGE CHEST- pTf
NUTS 3 Ifs
HOT-HOUSE CUCUMBERS -
VUTi JUicV ORANGES ' OE.
dot., 30c, 2bc and t"
CHICKENS fresh killed for
ROAST BEEP ofcolos cuts of
TURKEYS choke, dr.-
DUCKS -ohotos quality Wssl-
LAMB - lga of olty-
LAMB tors quartsrs of ettr-
MUTTON hind quartsrs of
Cinedi stock; lb
MUTTON abort fors qusrtsrs
of Canada stock; kb. .......
HAV.S -e.ectsd, lean, fresh
POSK -rl ols loina of freah
SAUSACE-frssh mede country
Our Own Baking
THREE I AYER CAKES
FRESH HOUND CAKES
MERRY WIDOW POUND
PURE GLUTEN BREAD
GERMAN STYLE FRUIT
STOI LKN -each, 50c snd
MOCHA, msp.s. chocolsrs,
i, air in, or while loaf cakes;
(MAIN Funding, Third I
You'll Be Sorry if You Miss This Sale of
The name "Princely" on a
popular-priced shirt represents THE
YUGH-WATER MARKOFSHIRT MAKING.
Exactly 12,000 "Princely" Shirts are comprised in this
astonishing underprice distribution, at The Big Store.
Never mind the "whys" or "hows" of this sale. ITS BENEFITS
ARE ENTIRELY YOURS!
Fine, fresh, perfect-fitting shirts in an endless variety of new and handsome patterns.
All are in coat style, with laundered attached cuffs; split-cushion neckbands; finished with
fine pearl buttons. All sizes from 14 to 18. OCl
Mr. Man. How Many Shirts Will YOU Buy in This Sale, at OVC
(MAIN BuJIdlas. Mala Ftse.)
Tomorrow (Saturday Only)
I5c In Z.,c Hiialprr fur buys, girls ami infanta, tan and f
blai k, all si.,.,; pair OC
(attln rinor. )
50r Hand Dagsfor children, blark and colors;
(Main Floor. )
60c In $1.75 Music Rn.ls for playrr-pisnos. 5
auti H Htt large variety of tit Irs; racb. .........
trnurlh Floor. I
9Hr All-Wool ( rorhrt Slipprrs- Wor fromen; assorted
colors, lamb's wool insoles; siira 8 to 8; pair
9c and 95c "Hank Panky" Hat alao other smart
style of niiliiiK-ry; for mi sea and children; al....
(First Floor. I
GREEN HUT BUILDING
TV Incandescent Uas Light solid brass in
verted burner, good inantle, round globs; at
' No stall. Talsphina or CO. IX Oram FfJM
on lh. Arinvs Bstra Rpoosars.
'MAIN BUI L DIM
4 of Tomorrow 's Specials:
( lay Modeling Outflta an educationa
pa me of real merit; this toy afford'
Dolls' Couch Hammocks) a new
tov: splendid substitute for the
doll beJ; strongly mede; PQ.
. .. OiV
III r -aiv T
liurvil IIIC llJ'jXniuiauy ui til f VSsS
modelng; regularly pq Bf (U)
tomonow at OUC ILl
a Grocery Store- exceedingly clean . IL A iAk
s smsll pscksges thst hsve exsctly IsasaW X IfHaks
ie groceries that mother would buy v V M I
real shop; regularly tl OO ) 1 1
regularly $1 ; at.
UrcHaed Baby Dolls- -long slip and
white cap; regularly 79c; (?(.
tomorrow, at OafC
(MAIN BuBdasi, Pourrh Floor.)
"The Princess's Christmas Party"
A Superb Holiday Entertainment for Children
Performance Given Daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. in the
Auditorium. Adjoining Toy Town, on the Fourth floor
of Our MAIS Huildlng.
A really wonderful performance In which several very clever youngsters
tske part. Come- bring the children. Everybody's invited.
mmmmttttttmmmmm,tttm,The Show IS r ref essssssssssssssssssssaassssssssssssssssssasl
Our remarkably low prices are for tasteful, practical and
reliable kinds. A few specimen values:
$asoo DIAMOND scarf PiNS.-flB-OO
SI200 DIAMUNI) SCAMP PlrU II ou
$.10.00 DIAMOND S;AHH PINS, flit
40 OUI nsnusoDii novbltt BRACBLBTS 14
1(100 11 Sldi kand-nsdt; a seas srltk plat num
20 00 msuniinia; oson brsooisr Is s eriaasek ot raa
.w.,w, . ari , aavtnpiions consoi OO IDSSB
usiks. lb rsnaa la arloss U sa loUaars:
valua salo Ptlss
1500 DIAMOND ,Sl'.RH PINS,
sisoo DIAMOND SCARP PINS.
MS.OO DIAMOND SI. ARK PINS.
IS0.00 DIAMOND SCARP PINS.
tJS.OO DIAMOND SCARP PINS.
$23.00 DIAMOND SCAUP PINS.
$11) LION'S HPJkD
with ruby eras and
d:amond In SrT
mouth, st. . . .
tS THRFH STONE
$40 DIAMOND IU,(
tH to $0 FANCY
PINS S?!9 90 LLiZL.'&
BAR PINS ... ao&O CiTjET
DIAMOND SF.T DINNiiW
PINO mounted In pla
Inum and sst with ih&t
larxs and four small
tut brilliants; fit)
valus $.10; si...
DIAMOND SET FES
TOONS -ilh flvs cut
diamonds, set In eulid
Sals Prl. .
una psrrtoulsrlr handansse brsoolst Is
wilh 3 krIUIant Kuniilss 4 Orlsntsl A7K
psarls and H dlsasosda; prlosd st... 'D
Another hrseelst sat with 7 tmume dark,
aniethrau sad H harou.110 pearls; IRas
iiatratrd; priced st TV
R I N ( S slnds
stons ; ilirin
ksrsti at. . . . , "Its
$23 DIAMOND DINNER RINCS
with reiun,rriu ted sapnliirre.
cenulns opals or emethyala;
RINOS of various designs in novelty
clusters; vslues to $a; st
(MAIN Buridlnt, Ma n 1 lr
'ii.. aVAiJtdsWS zyi a-r -'il
atons; M Is H
H-ksrst; si T10
EXTRA L A R Q I
r a u a d snaps
$10 to $1 DIA.VW.VND
A Holiday Sale Introducing a New Etched
Pattern in trench Gray "Ragina"
Hand Mirroia $5.50
Cloth Brushes $2.50
Military Uruahee pr . $4.00
Rim Brushes 98c
I'owder Jaro and Hair
Hair Urushos $2.9
Hat Urushes Sc
Whlak brooms 8c
Manicure Pieces. 25c
Salve Jar 39r
This 5.75 $Q 7jT
Toilet Set . . O. i D
A new design-made of best quadruple silver
piste. The set consists of mirror, lisir brush
The pattern Is the popular striped enxraveii
one; flat top, and highly polished.
(MAIN Building. Msln Moor.)
T aOO 4 Vi flfrA For Chrittma
AJCVlllA VJWUO Gift S natations
$7.50 V In
J) I. e a thcr
laPeafTaRsir" U a g a
ii':- J - SJkJa r 11 1 s ,
pocket ! ft
sua 1 i.isue
$1.00 Ki winK lloxee
$2.1M) J e w '
W I I II Ol- .J 11
I a c h s h I e
velvet pad; ataonud s i
colors ;st l.OU
$2.50 Beaded Bags floral dciK".
with fringed edges; $ rk
$3.75 MuhIc Kold genuine blacl.
goat scsl leather . with strap Bad
buckle fastener, also top $( CA
dandle; dursMv lined; st aas.tjU
$-'.00 I'orketbooiis real lizard,
snake, nlliustor. seal snd goatskin
leathern; fine cslfskin rc
Hninii st anv
Hicr, iuauatrai ia.i. 411J colors .
card esse snd mirror; '2)
-'. .ii Hand Hagh extrs Isrge bluck
snd colored goat seal bags, with
double side handle
(.r lieauea uags nap tront; as
sorted besd combinations
ng. wain Floor. )
Double Green Trading Stamp Before 12 o' Clock Single Stamp Thereafter
IN NEW YOKE S SWOTTING CENTER
ai. uu, stoics.