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ALDERMEN take up fight
FOR ORDINANCES TO END
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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
Ralph Folks Will Try to Re
vive His Legislation. Shelved
Since Last May.
TO FAD DEATH TRAPS.
New Laws Will Kssmt Safe
and Sanitary Structures in
Mot . .I in activity b Tti RvmlMl
A'utiT epii.- i: u. . ltln danger j
to the JPO.inn wen. umen ainl httflMlj
wlio dally attend mnvln.it plrture tliea- I
tree Iti UlH Mv, srvrral AUrrmen. led
hy Alderman Ralph Koike, are aolnc to
endeavor to push thronli thr board at
the neat miitlnc the Knlks moving
plrtiire nrdlnam-e wkUli liv len
laid un the sirlf In thr Committee n
lit nnd l.gllntlnn JMI iat May
There r more thun 0O moving
tr theatre In thla rlty, and there l ,
to-it . . no ..I .iii.i.n.'.- regulating either
thlr structural safely or their moral
ton. The renulri-mente IW movlnif pic
tura house are vaatlv different from
thoai- In the ordinary theatre, the dan
gers are greater and fly time mora
people attend them dally, yet there la
not one restriction or aafejnuird placed
upon them ty tlia inunlrlpalllv.
Alderman Koike to-day told a report-'
far the Kenlng World that opposition
te the prumard ordliiniKe aa preeented
by in. ii to th UoarU o( Aldermen last
January was Intenacly blttor. Mr Polka
rharv.l the Tammany Aldrrnien with
trying; to defeat th measure and aa.d
test men? a the larva vaudevlllv lh;e.'-
at a ware annum to defeat tlie new ,
ordinance MUM paeeain- threat- .
ened their bualiieaa.
PIOHT OVER THE CENSORSHIP
Two year' Bghtliic. atarted hy UM
Mayor, who apf"!Mti'J a mnvmltlee
pncedi-u tha presentation of the Folk
andlnancei. Thar was blttrr flghtin-.
over the renaorahlp . lausc golnc Into
lb propoaed ordinance. Kolka object d
to nurhlp because he aald that the
law gave the Commlaalonar of ldoenes
tha right at any time to ratuaa or re
voke any llcenae for any eauaa. Ill ordi
nance, ha aald, wag intended purely for
atroctural Jiy and to promote an;
tary eondltlona In the moving ph turn
When the ordlnaneea were reported
laat -May by the Committee on I.w
and IeaTllatlon It waa dlacovered-oddly
enough tli at the eaavctaaent clu
ncce asary to make the ordinance a law
aad effectlva waa mtaalng from the
contents of tha ordlnaneea. Therefore,
on a motion of Alderman Dowllng. they
ware reported back to tha committee for
further attention and haee alnce repoard
In darkneaa. It waa Implied to-day that
tha abaenca of Ul moat neceaeagy
clause to any ordinance, without wtilah
Under tha praaant taaTnlremenU of the
Building Coda a gaovlnd picture exhi
bition mar be metalled in any atructure,
providing It doea not eaert more than
three hundred peraona. In thte way It
aeeapee the requirement of tha law In
regard to "common ahowa." Tha pro
poaed ordlnaneea Increae tha eeallng
rapacity to MO and make rigid pro
otgton for a proper aisle apace, exlta.
gere-eereipea, proMbMg aconerr. but allow
a gaMet-y with 1 aeata. On of Ita moat
tmportant reatrlctlona hi that the floor
of the moving picture theatre be on the
level with tha atreet aide walk. In the
framing of thla ordinance. Alderman
Pofkl Intended to n.iike It neceaaary for
moving pletttre theatre ownera to ho.
an entire otv lot, o t.iit tha bulling
ahW-h 'nntalned the theair would he
OPPOSED BY LARGE VAUDE
"The chief opnoKl'ton to the new ordl
naneea come front the Tamntanv .1
dglHIMI," nal.t Mr I'ollia to-dnv In Ita
ofll . at No ?T William aireet "I i n
derataml thai aevefai Urge vaud.vllle
Intrreati are amagnnta'li' to the meas
ure he'auee ttiey aay It will hurt the
toittlneea of the cheap v i u leyllle ihea-
ire. which houaai rpnltjlna mnimr pic
tilrea anl heap vaudev ille. The Vattdo
v llle men know that fhoal people a oil). I
ra'her atlend a plain moving pi ' ire
huW Without the Ohggfl vaudeville if
they BfMM do to In a .loan, aanna.y
and aare :novtnK picture theatre, i wa
Informed that the opposition would I ..p
aetit to the ordltiiinee if we would rn-tke
the geatlng capacity only 4.v. They n
tired out that with iliat aeatlng MpjMlly
It would not he p"lhle to hulld any j
niovltiK plrtnre tlieutre tha' would he nt
tteetlve anodgh to hurt th regular., n
alte vaudeville liouae.
"The Path oidl'ianie allow a motion
picture theiitre with .tcrompariyinK aonK.
najglCi lecture .md e.-ttatlonj, hut pro
hlhlt any kind of vaudeville. The cheap
vaudeville la regarded ae Inherently lad
bfgfjutM Pf Ita IdWdHfiagi and the lin-
pogalblllty of attempting to regulate it
because of Ita fugitive and pera.in.it
nature If ordlngnggd 'ilao pr.. hlhlt th.
bullditiK of a alagr III the motion pic-
turr theatre The elimination of the
atage lictter the moral tone of thr
moving picture ehow and re. luce the
fire Md panic h apart
"The Hoawaa Itureau la glri ape-1
rlitl force of moving picture IniPOCtOTg
to enforce Ita regulation. The Polkg
Ordlnanraj give the Mayor the right to J
revoke llcenae for any 'le-rul off
The Mayer la the p.et i' htdfi gltfdti
thi Bowat through court decbrkml
TO REGULATE MORAL TONE OF
"t'nder the piopoaed ordinance the
Inspector are .roated for the enfoce
Jra t ,ir the movlni! to tnie law In
re ilit- the Kolk nrdlnnce efiply the
prlneiple that gdlMnlPtratlVa dl. retlon
hollld to- limited In gover-illig the
phvt.al nie.-ta of the fjldvlng plet ire
ahow. lint I1 it it eh .old have grent
latitude where It c it"! tied Me mora'
tone of the performance;!
"in inn manner, on ier rue piupueeu
Brdlgaaloaa. the monl power oyer mov
ing picture thPwtfag will l mueh
greater I pan lh. control of the larger
and regular Iheotre. which "e not
nfTe-ted by the .nl. liiirv ievoklni
lleeneo powkt of tlie Mayor.
"Tie livening World .un do the peo
PM of thll Clip, more thnn half of
whom lltdftd ttie PAOttofl picture thea
tre lall . h great ervce by forcing
the protMiee.t ordinal) -e Into effect. A
to the oftilgalnri of the enactmanl iiaue
when the Law and lega:iv t'ommit
aa . .....I It lat May. that a fnr rte
I know Wgg nn accident. 1 rerta'nlv
did not know It wan llllBeilgl until It w.i
dlarnverad at the AMermanl meeting. "
The mem ban of th. fw and Legl
latlve rnmm'ttee tPtto now have the
ordinance whteh are eo neceaaary to
Sew York" welfir' are fortlnndt
Nleoll. Itrvant Wlllarl. John A, RollM.
winiam 1 1 Rruth, John Delmer, ruvid
Ft. iolomnn. A. IJrnnt Katarrook, Will
lam II. I'endry. Jame Hamilton. Trunk
A. CunnlnfrhdOl and John ,T Meaghrr.
All I. ot the lal two men are Hepub-It'-en
iVoPpt Man Fined $25
for 'Ad' Showing Crime.
For lleplaylng a picture of crime
and violence in front of III place,
Philip Men, who own a moving
plrtnre theatre at No. 14a liaot
fourteenth atreet, waa fined 0JB by
Magtetrate Murphy la th Baaea
Market Court yeaterday. A litho
graph advartlalng a nun ntltld
"Th Olhadow af a Oraat city."
howed "the villain" pointing a re
volver at a ytflow haired woman
hanging by oae arm from a bridge.
Thla la tha flrat conviction of Ita
kind In Bfaw York.
TWO QIRL8 RESCUED
FROM A MOVIE CADET.
Tn ItM Wtlor of th Fruln WorM
I had orfANlon tn (Cn 'Inwntown
on V(lriflv nftTnoon, ami
ii tr Ihrounh Kuurtfi nt h VtfMti
wlirn urar RfOtMHffty, I nut IcrM
mnvlriir plrlur pla r. Thv
rtTtalnly pome (In run; pht urnn,
which I nloppcil tn look til. whn
my ntlrntlori wnn cMl1rtl tn two
vouitK pflrln- -one nhftut fourteen
and the other hImmK nlxteen lonk
ttifr ovei their -l.;inKe hefor ir'iiiipT
In. 1 notlMd rnun nlrrly fltcuHrd
and of very ffOOd iippetirance berk
ontngT thr k'I" 1 BOni to him, hut
they paid nn ttttentlori to him, paid
their money and went Into tha
Rlmw Mr went In after them.
Thn I hecame InterpHtrxl atnj ntood
and wondered If I mIioiiM ko In and
hv If I COUM lucntn them, fnr I
had h'-coim very wuMph lotie of thla
nuin, and while dhatltipc thr mat
ter much to my atirprlM th two
N'adr in Patent and
Pull Kid. Light Hand
Turned or Medium
Well Sole.. $1 00
HERE IS A SHOP where
we take genuine interest in seeing
you are properly fitted with shoes
that suit your individual taste.
A shop where prompt, courteous
attention always prevails and
where women's footwear is sold
WE NOW HAVE READY
an inviting array of Queen Quality
Shoes for morning, afternoon and
evening wear, for indoors and out,
in every size and width. Prices
$3. 50 to $5.00 a few at $6.00.
QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
82 West Mth Street
NO MONEY DOWN $1.00 pER WEEK
Step into Story & Clark a, aelect any
Ormaby Piano, pay ua not a penny,
aim ply try it in your home at Story
L Clark'a riak. Price
TRY IT WITHOUT RISKING ANYTHING
An opportunity like this liaa never before been known in
the history of Piano Selling. We offer you a genuine,
bona-fide bargain a bargain that can't be duplicated.
We let you teat firat ana buy afterward.
COME TO-MORROW AND GET FIRST CHOICE
II t rptnj f Inl gfl
tBBpwatjftB tl j all fl
New Player Piano
P BBB Ml SM' lOIXS.
$400 Upright Grand
ON Tit HI. WITIIOIT 0T. 14H.MI.
THIS ORDER GOOD FOR
Cut It out at once. BeM .avln too
1100 we permit tti aiuall.: uarm.nl..
IO I HI I. ( limit HIM..
Obi al th.ee urriai a auorl a. Flrat
Payment inward turtie ef ene
PTOHY a (I. A UK flANO
17D 17 C NE YEARS CourM PR,VATE P,AN0 LESSONS by Graduate Teach.ra of
JP J Hj Hi Music Absolutely Free with Purchase of Any Piano, No Matter What Price
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.,
re.-,.".'.;;. 1 12 and 14 West 32d St., New York
BROOKLYN. 1100 Uroalwey aoU H15 Fifth Ave.
NKWAllK. 101 Ilalaey St.
glrla arid tlie man rame nuf. They
walked t ...ri I llrnadway with the
man the man talking In the glrle
all the lime I followed aa near
behind them aa I D9gd without
attracting their attention and a
though I were waiting for a car.
They atnpperi on the corner, where
I heard the amaller girl aay:
"No, I don't want to ko. I'm going
home V don't want fo go with M
-yon had no bualnaaa to tnke tu out
of the ehow ." lie answer."! that he
knew they were out of .rk and he
wanted to get them a giod poettton
"Where vou will have all the nle
riot he you want to wear, all the
mom you wlah and no gad of auto
mobile ride. " Again the maller
girl related: "I don't want to go
with you." By thla time I eould
atind It no lunger and felt Justified
In Interfering. I tepped up to
hlmandaaild: "What are you trying
to do with thea glrlf "" and lie took
to hi eherl nrroa t'nlon Rquare
I'ark anil waa loat tn eight. I que
tinned the g.rl and found out Juat
what he wua doing to Indm-e them to
go with him. They told me he aald
he know a lady who was looking for
aome nlee young girl like them to
(to on the amateur mage they aaked
f me what that waa and that if they
would go with him to thi lady'a
. houae he would take them to her--I
and that they wer- almoat on tha
I paint of going with him to the lady'
1 hoiaw when 1 et'Ppad up and Inter
I advled the glrla and told rhem
what fate Ihey hnd eaeaped and to
j go right atralghl home and never to
go with any man or woman that
they did not know.
I gut their namca aiul addieaae on
the promlae that I would not make
them puhlte and I gave tham my
rard and told them that I would do
what 1 could m trying to aeeure po
rtions for them. Theae glrla told ma
ttmt only a couple of montha ago a
chum of their about alxteen had dla
apj.eareo and nothing had aln"ebeen
heard of her very likely lured away
by one of rheee human vulture.
f am not aurprlaed to hear that
we have SM white glrla a slave In
opViim dena of this city wvien mieh
human vulturea aa the one discov
ered are allowed to roam the afreets
without being raptured,
Another thing I wleh to aay la rhit
theae moving picture den are
nothing hut dive of Immorality and
that tha majority of their audiences
are children and youth whoae mlnda
are being trained In the moat vldoua
and demorallalng manner.
Th eanltary condition of many of
theae place la a menace to the
health of the public In general and T
think It ' up to the city authorities,
tha Board of Health, the Oerry So
ciety and the Society for the Sup
pression of Vlre to better the phyalcal
and moral condition of these place.
I have watched the children In aome
of these placea and the atralned at
tention, mouth, eye and ear wMe
open, catching every disgusting, Im
moral, vicious aud cruel detail
brought out by theae moving pictures-
revelling In the brutality,
groaaneea and revolting fnaturea of
Die acenea-and ready to re-enact
them on leaving these achools of
Even thougth the.e plrturea may
have passed censorship, there should
he aome means to keep the young
aters from these place.
Tour In the Interest of morality,
M11S. TMRRKSA V. n. KINO.
I, Iberian Threaten Plnrnpeanaf
CObOONa flcrmany, Dec. 10. The '
live of Kuropean alone the river
Heatos, In Liberia, are threatened hy
1, Iberian soldi- r. according to a de
spatch to the t'ologne Oaxette from
Monrovia It adda that tlie Kuropcnna
are preparing to leave the country.
The liermnn gunboat l'anther la ly
ing at anchor befra-e the town of Sea
tei nnd tho Oerman RUnboa.t Khor oft
for COUGHS and COLDS
RtfR tnMom nrniirhlnl ('miRli)
IMM to Thi. W"onlrrfnl Rmrd.v
PnunrifinU rrm wrm tn tli ! t'-n
nf rouRh or coli tlOV1 N I
hy overcoming wealmfs. and fortifying
the membranes amlttt germ. It fills
th rterlea with rich, new. aarni. Vital"
lain blood, curing rnuehs. even stub
born bronehiat eangfts, m.i relieving
colds, no matter how rteep.y seated. It
Is a remedy thousands nf physician BM
In their private practice, and Is free o'
alcohol and pot.onou. drag.
Kerr', t hit -"- . I Kmiilelnn. I Innnlne. Is
the enly I In. mine. Avoid MfeetltJlli
All Drugalsts 35c. I0l and 11,
A United States Judge
of the Southern District Court
Ordered the Sale of
Fitted Traveling and
Automobile Bags in
Gorham Leather Goods, like Gorham Silver
ware, is unrivalled in Qualitu and Workman
ship. Suit cases - Bags with and without Fittings
Jewel cases,etc.Walkin sticks, umbrellas, whips-
Ladies' Wpek -end Fitted Baij
Dimension - 7,nx !Oin 4"' - Cotitauvnc,
Bi uslv Tootll Brush Mold, r Button llook-j
t omb Tooth Powdei box Scissoit
Mirror Slioe Horn Nail fie
Hair pin Bo- Hnt Orush o.ip rK
Cold CfMltl -l.tr
face Powder Box
ne GORHAM co
5th Avenue & 36th StreeL
1719 Maiden Lane
TTiUiani St.. .Vc York
(T.i.iah It. Wil l is. Itsferee In IlenkninteV
aa i... . u ...... '
in the DirrnirT cntirtr or the t.ViTED
Htatea fer the buiithrrn District of .Vevr Voi k
-in Uankrupt.-y -In the leaner or Tine Rion.
ARO COMPANY, Bankrupt.-Chaa. Hbonsoc.l
V. 3. Auction. er for tli deutlurn Ulurk t of
Nw York In flankrui.tcr. sells on the Stli
Decsmber. 1912. bv orfler of Ihu court, ni ll : .1
A. If., at 10-IN West UM Sire. 1. III. I ni;. i of
Bi.nuaiian. .a..i. or in. aiM.i,' nin.ruiii -tu
slstlns of a large aa.r up-to-date stock 6f
ladles' dre. ctsalrs, anil aulu, millinery, and f
Ike premier, of the baul.Tirpt. Tke. rclvr
rill aia otter far ealo his rlcnt,-tkle. emt
'elerett in and to the ood-wlll and tks uadc
Bars mt the bankrapt.rosipsny.
BAklltMi ll. Ll'MMiS. rWefvar.
yao OPPKNHBlitKR. Attorney for Receiver.
i',0 Wall Htrest. Now York.
IN THB PfSTRK'T COt'HT Ofc THE VMTKU
'Its. rorjatfllJJ'erii LM.til, I vl New Y.-rh
ON SALE WEDNESDAY
BEST FURS at the
26 West 23d Street
SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 8.30 WEDNESDAY
WE EXPECT A CROWD,
SO COME EARLY
NOTE THESE PRICES
GENUINE (Th rnal- ffenuln seal with the brown
Ultncnu hackfrounil. Made In different styles,
nULOtWN oint- with tha new Ion ehawl collar,
gL elegantly trimmed: 82 ami 54 inches
wmlJft rviu' ot' tM' coat ta $200-wm b " "
Made of the Kenulne nuaalan Broad
Tail Pony; aoft, nloaav Med luatroua;
lined with heavy (rol.lcii hrocn.le. Some
have the new lunn shawl OOlwf. It I
tlie finest ponv akin procurable. A 62
Inch coat for lis. whloh is easily worth
9 ALE PRICE.
The very finest ctnutne Oara-ul. Wt
made one lot of theae: aome worth M
high u,- 3i,n. "ur price will bo $50.
irTic-Tlila coat la exceptionally lieniitifnl nnd In worth ut least
double the pile
ad verticil! ami will be on sale WIIUXKSUAV UNL.Y.
Hv that we mean the beat on thai SALS PRICE
market. These coata ure exception- a
nllv beautiful: 52 itm! 54 inches! V'
cnniDDri llnJ iineu wibbj in neavy ;oioan
SQU1KKE.L I brocade.
MOT1CE If ytnir fiirrltr doen not offer to give you what you will pay
tn um, we will refund vou vour money.
A beautiful pony coat lor 935.00 Uenard'a Price 175. On
A iiua-iilllceiit Lkbrador "'al COal fnr 60.00 Rnardl Price 125.011
A handaom marrOOl mink coat for 76.00 Itetmr-ra Price 150. Oil
A aanulna Kaatern mink coat for 300.00 ItcnarJ'l Ptlco sOO.OO
A Bl.tnoh caracul cimt for 46.00 Uenurd'.- .'rice 125.00
A wliilo cone' ciait. BjaMntly made 36.00 Ken.ird'a Price 100.00
A mug ill cut automobile coat for 35.00 Reliant" Price 60.00
MEN'S FUR-LINED OVERCOATS
-Musikiat lined coats for 950.00 Renant's Price S5.(")
-lap mini, lined coata fnr 85.00 Renard'a Price 116.00
Marmot lined coata for 50,00 Renard'a Price luo.no
Mink lined coat for 160.00 Renard'a Price 100.00
Natural raccoon, notched collar style for . 65.00 Renard'a Price 100.00
RhaUffeur coat for 10.00 Renard'a Price 10. OU
A Kenulne mink muff for...
A (11111116 mink muff for....
A mnuine mink muff for...
A lynx t-iuff for
A kenulne lynx iiiufT for....
A beautiful lynx muff for.
A Peraiati muff for
A wolf mulT for
A white fox muff for
A caracul muff for
Mink muff 950
Mink muff 30
l.ynx muffs SO
Ulack fox 15
Kubled fox 10
Pointed fox 85
White fox 40
White Iceland fox. . . 10
White Arcadia fox
Hlack Russian lynx
Pony kln turbana
FUR SETS 1
A mink act for 930
A mink n-t for 60
A mink at for 100
A In iix act for 30
A lynx act for 30
A lynx -ct for GO
a Persian act for. ... s
a Peralan net for. ... 10
A Persian eel ''or .... 13
A wolf aet for 10
A wolf act for 35
An Iceland fox Met... 18
A Kenulne white fox
et for a6
FUR NECKWEAR '
Mink atolea, prlOO. . . .985
Mink scarf tt, Mice... 35
Lynx at nrfs, price. . . "0
Black fox, price id
Sabled fox, price 13
Pointed fox, price, . 33
White fox. price 3-.
White Ireland fOX. 16
Shop in Comfort!
If it's mmik'I liiti fur u woman
VOU want, you can buy it for
less money and get better atten
tion at Muhlcni.
Jewelry Toilet Sets
Corsage Bouquets, etc.
Come in; you will he surprised
at the good quality of tlie articles
for such little money.
STORE FOR WOMEN
6th Ave. at 3l9t Street
I ' P. UDfEB COATS, mad f fin, i mini
ftlty Imuorted l: oadcloth. lined thnuurh-
cut wltii very beautiful ana durable mar
mot or eable coney; tn collar and cuffs
nd entire faclnir are o' seniltn Persian
amh. 'alue IT". Wedneattay only. 191
i in RDCR1FT Olf III W1-: WILL BI3NP THI9 COAT mv
On Sale Wednesday Only
Peralnn Lamb '"oata 9150
Poralan Lamh Coata sss
lived Miaakral t'oats
Ar.'iidi i l-'cal C-iata BO
Hincl! Mnlro Pony Coat. . 85
Marmot Coatl 3a
Caracul Moirn (' nt-i 70
Sal.. ! Biiulrrel C.-ata 110
The true name of fura. No
misrepresentation-. The xuar
nntee of the Hudson p.uy lmii
IN), belilnd aaoil article and the
aavlnjt of 10 per cent on your
t itrenaae la our offer.
Mr. Inveterate Smoker"
We are told by eminent authorities that Cancer of the
Tongue as well as of other parts of thi mouth very
commonly arises from thi excessive use
You can reduce to s minimun the possibility
of contracting these dreaded diseases by thej
constant use of "0D0L as antouth wash.
Pleasant to use and delightful? refreshing.
It will also keep your teeth in a lealthy condition. I
There is nothing "Just as God" as "0D0L"
Price SO Cens.
At All DruggUti and Dtparment Sfora.
GEO. BORGFELDT & CO.
NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN - RANCISCQ
16 PAGES IN COLORS
u Pony Coats, 54 inches long, .$18
2(1 Sea! Oiats, S4 inches loiif. . $22
IS Caracul Coats, 5t in. long $20
JO Mink Sets (Muff and Scarf ) $28
') i Sets (Mull and ScarO. $15
Next to 1 OO J CS N,1,t to
Stern Bros. aVU Yf . aajO Ol. Stern Broi
AMERICA'S LARGEST FUR STORE
mil jm in nr "