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THE EVENlWU WORLD, FRIDAY, MUVIMBEK 29, 1912.
URGES THE COURT
TO UPHOLD POSTAL
But Government Admits Its
Provisions Are Probably
IT REGULATES PRESS.
That Is Beyond Congress'
Powers, but "Post-Oftice
Rules" Are Not.
plying only in cond elan mutter.
The right of 'he (lovernmnnt to 'hret
the rendition iradtf erhlrh mall mlgdt
be dm ttel to ncond olass n de
fnnd In the brltf.
"Kvery men, women enl hlld who
made a letter l l. n: ore-taxed for the
herifflt Of th publ 'In ! ' tgld Jh Oov
ornrn tit. ' Th MLOWtlDO of people ar;
Ma taxed directly for th" beMfJH of
W.Wn ruW!hT. The (Jovi i nnir ni over
charges p.oi'le arho maU leitrr BbO'il
7f,dN,fllM ii year, anil tint profit all MI
t make up the r utii itif.l by eWtt
IHg ,,-,.. ii.-:. , at th low ae.-onil-riaaf
,it Mm Me thai Cngr...
hsa dlerrlmlnnterl airs I it Iht Indlvld'i ' I
and 'n f.iiur of the publlltltr. If It had
the powT to do o. -nti It not a)UI
well niaiie auina cliunRea In that s!as
Mention?" Thn rjovernm. nt brief expreeaul the
mnt doubt a bo 'it th eenatltutloMltty
of the feature of the law whlrh make
an editor or ptlMMMf llnhle 10 A flno
foi printing a pald-for article without
marking II "aelv.rUaem.fut." The e.e
tion ' defendaJ, liowover. en the.
ground tint tble paragraph was meant
to be ran .lei. J a part of the pre
reding pariigriipli. and thus ai merely
another pondltlon required of iiibllhrs
before they could uaa tha eerond-claaa
Tli Couit waa urged to hld the
rent of the law onatltutlonal even If
rie "adrertlremenf' paragraph wera
WA8H1NOTON, Nov. 9 - On the
teary that Congrean Intended to paaa a
cenetltutlonal law when It enaoted tha
"Newipaper Publt ::' law laat aura,
mar. Sollcltar-Oeneral Hnl.int. In a brief
last made publlo baa aaked tha 8uprcme
Oourt of the United Stataa to oooatru
tha meaeure Into a cnnautullonal enact
ment Tha lew will oome before tha
oourt for consideration Monday.
lone aa tha lawa ere passed "In 'the
hasty and uriootnsldcred nuy that tuay
are," the SoUoltor-'len.rsI ergued In
tha brief, it Is tha duty of tha court
at to adhara to tha letter of tha enact
ateot and deatroy tha aptrlt, but to
atrlva as bast It may to give measures
a reasonable and affective meaning.
Tha Government a iked tba court la
this Instance to construe tha law not as
aa attempt to regulate all newspapera
and magestaee, but aa creating addi
tional conditions on tha use of tha "sec
ond class " mail privilege.
"Vary probably Congress has no power
a rarulate tha preas or to say what
kail or what shall not go Into naws
papera. ar to require them to print tha
names of their bondholders or olrcula
ttea. ar to prescribe how they she. 11
lebel their articles." said aha flolloltor
OeoeraJ "If tha atatute be construe.!
as attempting to do tboss things It may
possibly be void."
DEFENDS IT Aft MERELY POSTAL
Tha Government's brief argued that
while the law itself required "every
newspaper ' to file etstementa of editor,
owners, bondholders and oirouIaUon ut
dar penalty of being "denied tha prtvtl
eajaa of tha mall." pat language In tha
other portions of the law ahowed that
It made tha retirement only of newa
papere "entered" at poat-ofBeee, and tba
word "entered" waa a technical oaa ap-
DISAGREE OVER PENSIONS
W.tm-fTNGTON, Nov. - A serious
disagreement emoiwr; TDemorratlo mew-
kgfl of the House Appropriations Com
mlltee has greeted the prnrpo-ial of
! Kefircsentatlre llurl.son of Teiaa for
i a Government pension to as-rrealdente.
! A dl mI-i of the poeslbllltlea of
((placing a provision for Presidential
'pensions n Uis Irglslatlvs, executive
land Judicial aptiroprlatlon bill now -
, lug prepare! by a aub-coimnlttee of the
I Appropriation Committee culminated In
the abandonment of that plan by Itelp
reaentatlve Uurleaon. and a generaj
movement for apecial legislation In the
subject probably will toe organised es
soon ss tha aesslon of Congress opens
Representative Johneon of South Car
olina Isd tlhe opposition to the enbem
In the committee and waa vigoroue In
his denunciation of the plan, which he
termed "toadyism and flunkylsm."
trnminmniTo women niiimmiiiu
Now Is The fime f
la see pains and acbee resulting n
from weasnaaa or derangement
ef tha ergsns dletlnrtlj feminine
sooner ar later leave their mark.
Beauty anon fades away. Now '
to tha time to raatora health
and retain beauty.
Favorite Prescription i
That greet, petoat. stisaglh-g-lvltag
resurednwtll bete raa. Van te.
iUUII TsarDragrlH wfll Sapaly TaanilllR
8 Big Illuminated Revolving Racks
Showing Over 500 Different Rugs
Domestics And Orientals Every Kind. Size and Price
STATEN ISLAND NOTES.
The Christian Kndeavor Sotlgty of ths
Dutch lieformed Church, Hpfl Itlah
mon'l. bin tltcttd the following offlcere
ip' terra for tl.e snsulnr si mnnrhst
t'teei'lenl, J Herbert MoCrum. Vlee-
PraaMtat, ii. ''athrnnc Tradwtti; Sac
I r t n i -. Mies Melon Mn.-lionaM; Trcs-
tlrar, liarold Tr.ibshnw; c irropon'llng
I Ssaretary, Mis Bltflto Hcrg.
i rht VrjHIain iicnkT tagoeiatiofi or
I f.lnoleiiiiivllb will have a ball In
' PrhmuH'n Hull next Thiiroilav evi nlng.
Mr JaflMt Mcnry of .lersey Cltv ! the
IguattefMft m. a. teavatk Taiitat i.
Mr. A M. UroiKfhiiin la t'.c gn' of
( In r dsughter, Mrs Wai',ini!ton K'lesall,
I Tha F.dgewatrr A. C 'Will have a ball
In the German club roome, Htaplon,
- to-morrow evening.
A gas engine class has been organized
In the f'ort Itbiimond Rvenlng B'-hool.
: It la In charge of Eitward Hennett. The
r Lisa meete Monday ami Wedneadny eve
nings. Mrs. C J. Rogers of Tnttenrllle Is ris
king reliithea In Paterson.
Mrs Hugh Itamsey of Hhnrt Hills. N.
J , la ths gueat of Mra C. t.e fttraab,
Tha New Rrtghton Reeptlat Haclety haa
elected the following officers: President,
llirry Olaen: Vice-President, Mtaa May
M 'ler. sWretary, Miss fleasla Bnxwn:
Treasurer. M1s Kdlth Thompoon: Press
Ooaimlttee, James fViem.
Miss Tnex IIalloc will spend the win
ter with Mrs. William I. Mowry, Jrwett
avsnus, Waat Now Prlghton.
Miss Jeannetta Miller of Port Rlnh
jnand la visiting rslatlvea In Cambridge,
Mass She will be gons two weeks.
Ths Munday school of ftt. Mmon's Prot
estant Mplscopnl Church, Concord, will
have nn entertainment In the ohapal T)eo.
11 Proceeds will be donated to the
SHOT PLAYING SAMARITAN.
Bell Tried t Krlve ) Boys Other
l.ada atab If an.
Max Hel;. of No. 1ir Rast Gne H indped
snd TanUl atreet, went fo tha rescue of
a '1 Her whom rsgamufflna were pvater
Isjg n"nr his hom last night. In tha
tgt lggliaga ttint ensued some one ftred a
revolver three times an'l Bell gat a bul
let In bit rig it forearm. Ha was taken
Ito HarMsM Hospital, On a dnarrlptlon
fiirnle'ied by Hell, detectives arrested
.lo'epli Kslcont, eighteen, of No. 311 Km
on,. Ilouilrrd ami Ninth etieret, who
wss locked up us a suspicious person.
Tata eheaa ealy U el Os pstters that Is, see eeceet ef the rug .
9x12 Seamiest $1 ft OC 25c
Tap. Brussels Rugs 1 wkb
rtag oaa-place rugt, rpjcodld quality and In medallion or Oriental patterns.
Alto cont In 9x10.6 ft. size, at $1375
Fine Stock of 9x12 $0"5 7tt50c
Axminster Rugs Om i 3 Wttiy
Enormrnr, variety of colors and patterns to select from. Many are
copies of ttifh grade Oriental Ruga, We have real Orientals, too.
Big Lot of 9x12 $OQ tt( 75c
Wilton Rug. 5.DU
Wonderful values; you would think tliem reasonable at 55. Fine medal
lion patterns in rich greens and tans.
Everything for Housekeeping
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding. Curtains. Etc.
i Let Us Open a
Liberal Credit or
10 Off for Cash
Just as You Prefer
Prices Marked in Plain Figures on Every Article
CO i n r rm i nr
Park Row Chatham Sq.
193 to 205 Park Row
Ten minutes after this affair. Thomas
Ball of No. li Oast Una Hundred and
rltvtnth straat was atopped bp three
ragamuffins In front of No. 9i Bast One
Hundred and Second street. Whan be
refuaed them alms, one draw a knife
and stabbed man three) tlmaa la tba
back. Tha cuts ware alight.
You Need No Cash Now
Think rrlsnner la tagrltla.
WEST POINT, Oa , Nov. JJ.-A man
believed ta ba H. W. rsrtter. aa official
of tbe Hank of'Commercs, Winnebago,
Minn., said to bo wanted In that city for
the alleged ambeaalemant of SS0.M0 from
the bank was arrested hare yesterday
Parker Is said to have disappeared from
WtnaebaaTO last aprlag.
THE FIRST GRAY HAIR SIGN OF AGE.
DON'T LOOK OLD BEFORE YOUR TIME i
Kn.xy Way to Preserve Nat
ural Color of the Hair
and Make It Grow.
A harmless remedy
mon garden saga, qnickljr restores gray
hair to natural color. Tba care of the
hair, to prevent it from losing ita ajgjaj
aad lustre, is just as important aa to
rare for teeth to keep them from dis
coloring;. Why spend money for ena
mel ice and cream to Improve the com
plexion, and yet neglect your hair, when
gray hair is even more ronspicuoue and
luggestive of age than wrinkle off a
poor complexion? Of the two. it fa
easier to preserve the natural color end
beauty of the hair than it is to have
a good complexion.
All that I necessary is tha nrraalaaal
use of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
dea Sag aad Npan otU wUh
ether raloahle remedies for dry. harsh,
faded hair. eWnrff, Itching eealp uh!
tailing natr. Alter a few application
natural color. In short time tha dan- i
draft will be remoTed. aad your hair
will aa longer name out, bet win start ta l
grow aa Nature iatended H saould.
Don't neglect your hair, for it goo
further than anything else ta make or
mar year good look. Yea can buy
this remedy at any drug atore for
fifty canU a bottle, and your drug-
gist will give your money back if you
are net satisfied after nrlng tSir-l)
ghase a bottle today. You tHD Barer II
regret it when you realise tba differ-
ence It will make in yout appearance.
On Any Pnrclinse of fine Grand S
Rapids Furniture, Rugs,
Beds, Go-Carts, In Any $4AA S
Sun Up to . . .
During This Great Sale This Week
REALLY remarkable and un-
paralleled opportunity, made,
as we originally stated, solely !
to force! ally direct city-wide atten-
tion to the undisputed fact that I
yon can buy MORE CHEAPLY m
HERE than anywhere that tha
class of goods wa cany la abso
lutely the BEST that our credit
terms are MORE LIBERAL titan
others, WITHOUT any extras or
so-called "Club Fees" to pay.
34th Street-New York
Special Values in Fashionable Furs
An unusual assortment of Fur Coals, Wraps, Scarfs and
Muffs, of superior quality, finish and style, fashioned after
exclusive imported models, at exceptionally low prices.
French Seal Coats in three-quarter
length models, embracing high class
copies of best imported styles; plain
or with collar and cuffs of civet cat,
chinchilla or raccoon. Actual value $125
Mole Coney Coats in full-length styles;
linings, workmanship, quality and fit
of the highest class. Unusual values
Caracul Coats 50.00 French Seal Coats.. 65.00
Raccoon Muffs 12.00
Moleskin Muffs 25.00
Civet Cat Muffs. . .16.50
Mole Coney Muffs. .12.00
Black Fox Muffs. ... 17.50
Dyed Skunk Muffs. . 14.50
Pointed Fox Muffs. .25.00
Pointed Wolf Muffs. 16.50
Raccoon Scarfs 8.00
Moleskin Scarfs. ... 15.00
Civet Cat Scarfs 8.50
Mole Coney Scarfs. . 6.00
Black Fox Scarfs 17.50
Dyed Skunk Scarfs. . 10.50
Pointed Fox Scarfs. .19.00
Pointed Wolf Scarfs. 15.00
QPF E N H E IM. (Sill NS X (S
High-Class Apparel for Children and Misses
Special Sale Saturday
Girls' Coats in Norfolk models, made of mixtures, corduroy
and chinchilla, in gray, brown and blue. lvalues to $15
Clearance of an accumulation of girls' high-grade coats,
made of velvet, cheviot and mixtures; sizes 8 to 16 years.
Values to $25
Misses' and Little Women's Coats of Chinchillas, Boucles and
Handsome Stripes, for Street, Auto and Dress Wear
12.75 15.00 19.75
Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
At Specially Low Prices for Saturday
Boys' Long Overcoats
of all-wool mixefl overcoatings,
with convertible collar and belted
back; sizes from 10 to 17 years.
Boys' Overcoats of superior
style and quality; nude of high
grade mannish mixtures and chin
chilla; belted or the new pleated
hark: sizes from SUE to 17 veats.
Values to 14.50 J
Boys' Overcoats of double
face imported chinchilla and mixed
fabrics of finest quality and highest
grade workmanship; sizes 5 to 18.
Value $16.50 J
Special Purchase of boys'
, Norfolk and double-breasted suits
0.95 of all-wool mixed fabrics; coats
serge lined; sizes 8 to 17 years.
Boys' Suits comprising a large
assortment ot odd sizes in this sea
son's newest Norfolk, double
breasted and Englhh patch pocket
models; sires 8 to 18 years.
Values to JM4.95 J
Boys' Blouses made of corded )
madras in white and attractive
stripe effects; neck band or collar;
French cuffs ; sizes 7 to 14 yaafl.
in oiid (olden
oak, with car Ted
top, doer and
feet, lined drawer
aad French bevel
Blffe Grade U Dining
CMiTa, like desigfc. selected
a quarter tawed oak; Earl Eng-
liah polbhed flnih; genuine
latrUtar gay ants; fall bot
base; deeply carred claw tt PA
COMPLETE HOME 001T1TTINCS.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Parlor Suites, like d
sign, in fine mahogany Eniah. beauti
fully carved throughout, sprint? seats;
Gne plush, loose cushions; silk rording
spring edge and
Conchas, like design.
To-Day and To-Morrow
in. TDU cnt llluiMk.fl
hi lata a aier on th. Beck m. Th.
UlaatyaUooaeos. 1 th. aaaot sis of UtMHt
FINE GOLD WATCHES
ow rewt. iMflhssi m na.at wt for them
iMwhesi. wul he mend ea reaaaet.
atTB.00 MM 1
! MB 8t is 8
IIS ii ii I I
reaaeet ar eseaaage than far new .ass.
CHARLES A. KEENE
1 OaTk JPaaaaaeOa. Wstahss. weur.
180 Biaway. New York
orCT cmm. a o'exocn.
: m AtQUALvrio)
5 WITH OUR WAY
fm I ttralffhtforvvMrel
"gM I Advertlalna;
Rcfcat?rith ve0 BJ
MS.M Parchaae JL
rurldah Mocker with
cjtty tit Purchase.
LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS
3 T 50
'5 " 75
'10 T 151
Beat M '"1
. :alltlCS la inMU laUnfl
Rsii aaati. ai JT ea.
Pair ana Oq
as oa Ua4ar atalajiar UsslM to T.M. J
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
tions" than any other
two mediums in th
Clothing on Credit
We Clothe the
1 1 i. a- a
Our extremely liberal credit
system allows anyone to open
a charge account and select
all their clothing from our
targe, and complete stock by
$25.00 Men's Overcoats.
24.00 Men's Suits
22.50 Women's Coats .
26.00 Women's Suits. .
Formley Zeitz & Tarshis
am?!.. 535 Fulton St., Brooklyn
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
1212 to 2224 Tffd Avenue (Cor. 21st f.)
t WORLD "WANT" AD WILL GO GET tT
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