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D OF CAR STRIK
IN A COMPROMISE
Obnteence of Mayor Lennon
ynOx Company's President
' Promises Hope.
who rsallr had hoped that th
Street r strike which hM
taaaa tfoufcllnc the town for two waks,
star v Mttlwl within a faw dr TMs
rte wu baaed In part a tha sharp
MM of tha raenlrjtlone eAoptod tw the
wealthy r'-iit of Moaaniara last
Bloat, awtborltlrtf tha ssnployment of
aJMaruiihad oounral to taa action
to tha resumption of sen'.
na look ad tor I tip to tha confaranoa
seen tha Pptfllr Servjee OpiuiiKjwWhi
of tha rWornl Dial riot. Mayor Lemon
ad Prrtiiii'tit Whltrldta of tha railway
rwBinanv at tna Metropolitan RulMlne
QkXJrrilit also raportad feat Willi ant
Karat" a oloax friend of to. Wbltrtdss
and also a frland of tha otratere, waa
bavin if .1 consultatlna with tha etrfkara
ac tha Chamber of Oomrneroe.
Jeantlm. cttliana ahow IllllaUuo ba
1,850,000 Divorces in 40 Years;
100,000 Granted During 1912
The Rt. Francis M Moody, an active agent of the movement to n'ir"
national divorce lawn, or at loost uniform dlvorvo lnws Id all 8tatos,
laid annia divorce fljrurea before a onfnrnoe of the Mania; and Dlvorro
Oommtaalon at tha rrxrma of tbo AM in Association last evening. Kofi
are some of bia statistics:
xxvoaca in im
la VUad tnavteo 100,000
of oaa or mora paranta try thaaa SUvorcrs 70,000
BTToacras rm rosvnr tiui.
Vailed "a taa l.aM.000
Voraoaa effected 6,000,000
Oaaaa la tha Kiddie Wast 638,000
la XI lla oaa lao.ooo
Peaaaylvaaaa aaooi 66,700
Oallforala . .1 60,000
Maw Tort saeeoees 44,600
Tha Rev. Moody aaaerta that Ha Now Tort sent over 2K.000 permma to
other StAtee to net dlromeo not h-gal in this Sfato, New York'e Boore
should ba ovor 80,000. Ha said that In twenty ywan 170,000 out of 800.000
divorcee In tha United Rtatea had haeii effortsl hy a ahanice of rosldetKe
to States with easy divorce lawa.
BAR ASSOCIATION WAKES
Orranlratlon of City lawyers
Shows Roster of 2,142 Memliers
tt Annual Election.
SMALLEST 'DRUNK' EVER ,
FINED AND SENT TO TOMBS.
Little M,. (illmore Stood on Wit
ney Stand, hut Magistrate
Couldn't Btt Him Even Then.
"Carles Cillmoral" nailed Attendant
KejrtnJ'i. in the Tomba 'mrt to-day M
h Mwdea Msalatrete Freachl a 00m
plalnt af HMoxioaUoe. Lsn,hta, fm
William H. Hornblowar waa els(. 1
prel! en t f na Association at tha Bar
at tha atty of Haw York at Che anntm'
naatlaa and alaotlon of officers laet
.. 1. Il.r iunr.it on BUIK11 riK I ' ne BW-uinrn on til a h.n..... ..... .
eeaoe of Mr Waiuldge's attitude hi the ' Nft 4 w , porty-fourth street. H , and the Matfsirate lookad a, s-'WriisS
eoeferenc. with tha etrlkera yoatarday. , WM nnanlmosie nholre of the nom-j Oondore fnr an explanation nf the mer-
T aadayv at at v W t Vtf v W h If r aWoa faftf h lal . . m . Ja r 1 . j a
' ' --ww r 1 n . , t mmm tlM ano urnmmm i 1 1
Ladyard, the ratlrlnaT preoidant
Other oflloere otioaon ware; VVoa-prea-
Identa, William N. l.'ohen, wuiiain tua
OF ALLEGED "TRUST"
Independent Operator Charges
Me Was Threatened and
Couldn't Buy Materials.
At louverne'ir Hnaputtal, tn whlrh the
rlrl Val inmove1, Dr. Ilanka anM ahe
wjuld nrnhahly ill. Harry Kta, the
alrl'a t-rother, who oprratea a prmltry
tora on tha aroiind floor and Uvea on
the third Door of the building at No,
21K Monroe etreet, la positive she fell
f ram the roof
Tenants In the ho ne any they ftearrl
her talking In the hallway tn a man
until alter midnight.
The leading snlrlte of the eo rallfi
BnMtng Tniat of thl city are under
indlrtjnent hy 1h rand Jury. It was
learned to-day WhOU four of them -iiarl
II. Holand of No. U44 Anthony
avenue, iHinlel l,ehey of Trtnont en i
Ivllla avnue!i, Thomas Mulligan of
Hhakee;re avenue and fine Hundred
and Hventy-sr ond street and Adolph
Klnt Of MadtaoH avenue an1 One Hun
dreil and Thlrty-eeventh atr-et war-
owa vanity and dimity above tha acute
diatreas of Uie wtiole popalaBen of
Yaajkare when he refuaed to talk aettle-
meat with a committee of whlah men nioo4 ourtla, Robert W. De roraert. John
eho had oallad htm a patty tyrant , Mllburn and henrgan u mien, re
ware members. eordtni eeoretery. Hiias a Brownefli
The Putnam ravlSloa at tha New York ooriauondlng aecraiary, Herherl J,
ritral haa reduced the fare from Yon- ItloWord, and treasurer, fl. Bldnay
Veto to Van Cortland to six cant. It aunlin.
I. short walk from tha railroad to the Tha memh-ra of the e com
. T . y, ,. miMee rhoeen were Honry Pe POrasl
auaway aiaiion i wi u..u .... .w,.nl ra-t. reader.
OH IU ri, ,,'Miii wmm -
leii P rislslaHI Bldprar J Nathan. Oharl.-a
111 Strong. The eomrmttea on adnilealona
lu. Albert Wvraauu IIsjhI, William
trgvrl to New York has been somewhat
'he prleoner?' asked
ON CAME SKUNK HIDES
BY THE PARCELS POST.
Then Out Rushed the derlo Who
Received Them--Now Back to
the Sender They Go.
OBCATITR, Ula. Jan IL-wametMdy
wrench lata the amootlily run-
paroei poet macMaary at the Ie-
poat-offlcs to-day. It waa a pack.
of fresh alrunk hides, mailed by a
' act a rural route. Beeauae fresh
were blowing la the country
tha rural route carrier waa able to bring
. tha parcel to Decatur, but aa soon as he
aJead R Into tha building aha clerks
weat out by another door
XttRSTY, ROBS HETTY GREEN
wM be ratoraad la the
O Cape We Owai.
jaw A arte te Bap DHik.
RetBy, gray and ehaftmr, who
the eeeona feme he tried
of Hetty Oreen'e autotnoblla.
itoM sUstotrale PreexJhl In the Tombe
Osltrt to-day that ha had
eatjpat parouada I
bail 1 1 to awag. 1
e wtilekey for tt.
he thought he
me Park Raw bar
si a Ove-cant drink
Reflir. who le etaty-
nrlatar until "hie
era went bad." he ears, was held to
the Orand Jury In Mjm. Hww la the
Caadwourns jeajtisieei i Forest, jonn
M. leelm. Woloott O. Taine, Havld llum
aey and Nathan A Smyth.
Report eunmilteo oy me rrunnj
board of nfflrare Show tha asaorlatlon
tuts 1.11" members.
TWO HELDJUP AT "L" STAIRS.
Nearby Robberlee Half Hour Aawrt
Peltee Oet Three Prisoner
Kugene MrfNirthy of No. flJ Rlverdale
avenue. Yonkere. was fuaJtod agslnet
tha uptown atalrway of the Third ave
nue elevated road at Fourteenth etreet
at 10 e'olook hut night hy ffsPM nien.
who srehhed hie gold watch and rhnln
Ha put UP a flrht and th men ran off
Policeman Bohwab caught one, Who ImO
a watoh In his hand that McCarthy
Identified aa his. The prisoner sold he
wea Blmon MoUarry of No. UU la1
buah avenue, Brooklyn.
At 16.16 three men at tanked Jamas
Hermatty of No. 6U Third avenue at
the foot of the elevated atalrway at
Twenty-third street, beat Mm and took
17. DeteoUvea Bohmldt and Barber ar
rested Mlohael Smith of No. so Maiden
lane. Brooklyn, and Bdward Donnelly
of No. 0O Bast Twenty-first strset.
Ail three prisoners spent the night in
the Beat Twenty-second street station
charged with highway ronbe y.
Here I am: - piped up a tiny vole
aa Ha owner ollmfbed into a chalr ,
front of the Judgo', bench. Hut, stand
!ng In a chair, the prleoner, who wae aa
mall as his voles, oouid not be aeen
and .Magistrate rr.-h1 ,d to ,UnJ up
to see who was before him. Olimore1.
head was on . la with ,. Jfitf
.nan a knee e stood braid him Mm
said he waa thirty y,.,. ..Tl. "
No. 71 Bowery and thu waa the first
time h had ever been nrre-ted
The armalleet drunk I ever saw " e
Nolan? A'"1"Unl D'Mrtot-Attonwry
"Don't you think It was a eimail
drunk," retorted Olltnore ae h cltm.
to- Pmlosman Dondero'e knee for eun
PrTtM.1,rat F,rs,h, "ned Ollmore
...... ...uo. i.enany for Intoxication
li me dvrarf was taken t
liefori .luetic 'loff
were fOhl Seed on l flow bonne.
ISdwln o''onnor, an Indepanden'
builder of .No. Isaf rilrnpeon atreeU tolil
the CJrand Jury he recently took a con
traot to erect a brick tenment for P;.l"i
with a time stipulation. When the work
waa hnlf done ixislneaa KKenta of aas
Brlclclayere' 1,'n'on spproa-hed him nd
said aniens he could meet their term a
atrlka would he nailed, on tlm Srouad
that he waa not a iaj6BBB6f of the Majmn
Hulldere' Association. Matorlal men at
the same tlm refuaed to sell to him.
Ths other men Indicted belong to the
Material Men'a Association and the
1 lirleklayers" Union. The charge is con
splracy to prevent a man from followlnr;
Ula lawful business.
GIRL PLUNGES FROM ROOF.
Annie Kats found tlnroasnlous
la the Yard.
A tenant In the flve-etory building t
No. ill Monroe street to-day found
Annie Kata. eighteen yeara old, lying
unconscious In the rear yard, foot
prints Indicated that the airl had
either Jumped or fsllen from the roof.
When You Buy Shoes
Buy Hub-Mark Rubbers
To Fit Them
If ynti wear jour roMiers over
hoes tiny don't fit or shoes worn'
ilown at Wt heel, you are not givins
lbr.ni a rlianrr M show liow much I
service there is in them.
Vou cannot pejajlhlf tell alietherj
they are food or poor, as no rabbgfl .
will make Oo4 unlcr such condi-
With te.iv.nalilc treslmrnl. TliiH
Mark rabbtTI will nivr aenerotis
service. Thry are thoroiiehly well
toarle of firi qiuilily miilerials and
arc reinforced with clays wherever i
eilra strnin cnraOa,
Tl,tiiritlono of var-loua trM p
rin in in atrot car.
I h..v f..(if no fnoN thn any other flrat
"af4 nibre.ra Hub Murk rubrbar foot war
I" tnalet fur nil iurioiifl for mas. womr-n
Tha Hub-Mark U M VaJua-Mark on
ynur fteatrr MfMlcff anfiply you write to .
Boston Rubber Shoe Co.
Tomlie to serve It out
J.JL-'"i4";!! " "Therty
. sss "g.a
oaiieu ror trial
0 the casM
Court Justice iv,, mJZSlr. .JT"m
is a enrable disease, which require,
treatment. The OKRINK trrntment
ran be used with absolute ronfiiiencr
It destroys all desire for whiskey, Iwrr,
or other intoxicants. Can be given in
the home. No sanitarium expense. No
loss of time from work. Can be given
secretly. If after a trial you fail to get
any benefit from its use your money
will be refunded.
ORRINK is prepared In two forms:
No. 1, ferret treatment, a powder; OK
RINE No. f, in pill form, lor those who
desire to take voluntary treatment.
Costs only (1.00 a box. Come in and
talk over the matter with Rikrr
llegeman Co. Ask them fur booklet.
Storm Hero" Umbrellas
Are Absolutely Stormproof
A new one if the wind breaks it
Cost $1.00 tUP""
ON SALE MOST ANYWHERE
Miller Broa. & Co.,
362 Broadway, New York.
o This Home-Made Cough o
Syrup WiUSurprUe You
Btae DrowsH la Wtwah.
ajfj sV-detna of tha erew of the Run
atoa bark California ware drowned to
easy wbaa that vessel waa blown on to
tha ooaat af Northumberland and totally I
during a gala Cant. Kakbom
seven men were aaved. TLe Call-
had ust left the Tyae with a full
waa a vessel of IVM tons
. ' SHIPPING NEWS.
gsoavr or kbw tobk
.tmwl'nw Ul. mJ.. r.taftsstol
tr. A Pasallr Bsaoly a
. K l ;i.'lUm
s. Ueseuoal. Onojaas, Ogisasia
ill at Wllbaka II..
Bassai i Thanu SUsaslon
sMa. -HI his. IsawK io Wssl
uomm. Arspaosa. ja'lsuataja.
B BK Me Orleans.
6A1LBD TO HAY.
- - aasrwasaaarttsR l' a II a IS
aaasaa aw aseswaswas asstHssBBB
lljia trsKiUiia. I -re
L - NurftJ le-
saa. Ne Orlsaas.
kntt IBS ttSTTlsJeB.
Here is a home-ma-le remedy that
takes hold of a cough inslanUy, and will
usually cure the most stubborn case in
ft hours. This recipe makes a pint
enough fnr a whole family.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
ht pint of warm water, and stir two
minutes. Put tVi ounces of Pines (fifty
rents' worth) in a pint bottle, and add
the Sugar Syrup. This keeps perfectly
and has a pleasant taste children
You probably know the medical value
of pine In treating asthma, bronchitis
ana other throat troubles, sore lungs,
etc. There is nothing better, fines is
the most valuable concentrated com
pound of Norway white pine extract,
rich in guaiacul and all the natural heal
ing pine elements. Other preparations
will not work in this formula.
The prompt results from this inexpen
site remedy have made friends tor It in
thousands of homes in the United States
and Canada, whicb explains why the
plan bas been imitated often, but never
A guaranty of absolute saUsfacUnn. or
money promptly refunded, goes with this
recipe. Your druggist has Pines, or will
got it for you. If not. send to The
Pinex Co . PL Wayne, lnd.
Pulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn
The Greatest Clearance Sale
Ever Held In Brooklyn
Tailored Suits Winter Coats
For Women and Misses For Women and Misses
10.00 15.00 18.00 10.00 12.50 15.00
Begular Values $25.00 to $40.00 Renlar values $20.00 to $35.00
$45 Broadcloth Suits, $22 $45 Silk Velour Coats, $28
$30 and 35 Afternoon Dresses, $15.00
FA. Harris a
V W. 84th it Opposite Waldorf-Astoria
TO-MORROW A REMARKABLE SALE
Of TAILORED SUITS
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
T- HUta Grade Tailored Suits of most dirabV
materials made m the most sought-after models. There
are about 25 distinct styles, only a few of each of
Cheviots, Broadcloths, Velours de Laine, VN'Kle Wales,
I Diagonals, Velvets and Corduroys. Mostly fancy tai
lored suits, some are plain tailored. The remarkable
feature h that they are actually worth $30, $35 and
$40. Some even more.
Imported Eponge Dresses, copy of French model,
trimmed with mole, in Copenhagen, Rose, Tan,
Brown, Navy, Black and White.
Smart Charmeuse Dresses, several smart and attrac
tive models, fancy trimmed, in Black, Navy, Taupe
and Copenhagen. Regular values $30.00 to $35.00.
Waist Department Exceptional Values
Fancy Chiffon Waists in all the new colorings, made
over various linings, lace and ribbon trimmed j 2.95
Regular values to 7.90
Showing of New 1913 Lingerie Waists
The most 'important showing we 'have ever made so early in the
season- -beautiful models of Voile, Marquisette, Batiste and
Crepe, trimmed with Irish, Cluny, Val. and shadow laces
also new sailor collar and colored trimmed effects.
2.00 2.95 3.95 5.00
y7 The Oriental Store
Only the big, ripe,
ed peaches, the pick
of California's or
chards, arc flood
enough to go into a
DEL MONTE can.
Somewhere in the world
there max be pcachea as
delicious, but never at
the price you pay for
Ask your grocer to-day
for DEL MONTE peaches,
and realixo their unusual
nees. They're packed
where they ripen, the day
they're picked, and pre
nerved by heat alone.
You will find the isms
high etandard of quality
la Del Monte
Caed by the U. S. Arrow
and Navy Hospitals.
fRUTT CANNfJtS ASSOCIATION
Largest Canners of Frolls and!
Vegetables in ti World
Ill III I) SON
Sale of Japanese
0ANTINE'S Coats, made in Japan of exquisitely
embroidered tilki and silk crepes, cut " Mandarin
At appropriate for Palm Beach and Summer evening
wear as for the opera fashionable for any use. Come out
of the trunk unwrinkled. In evening or darker shades
also of natural pongee.
$25 to $35 Coats reduced to $ I 5
$38 to $48 Coats reduced to $20
$50 to $60 Coats reduced to $23
Sale of Embroidered
Of cotton ciepe, handkerchief kneo, Japanese silks and silk crepes,
aD beautifully embroidered in Japan. Silks lor skirts to match many
of the handsomely embroidered waist patterns.
$5 and $6 Waists -educed to $2.50
$8. $10 and $12.50 Waists reduced to $4.00
$15, $17.50 and $20 Waists reduced to $10.00
AAVAMTI M E 6 C O
Broadway and Eighteenth Street. New York
nlbnsiltlssusisnl hsalsfhtna i.lspa. IWnl
Bri Worn la Uaiima to gat MMM a. sVikitkj
taUtoa. aampraiRj.lLlroa uiaow.
y PERRI-WALIA TEA
FRANCIS H. IEGGETT & COMPANY
. raJt Mark
HalJ j Century
Towels 8s Bed Linens
Every Towel item is special value, although in some
cases there has been no reduction from our regular prices.
Hemmed Towels, S2.50, 3.00. 3.50 per dozen.
Hemstitched, S3.00. 3.60, 4.00 up to 812.00 dot.
Individual or Gueet Towela, S3.50 to 4.50 doz.
Glass & Kitchen Vowela, f 1.75 to 3.50 doz.
Roller Towels, 17x90, 45c, 50c and 65c each.
Imported Hemstitched Turkish Bath Towels, in all
sizes and qualities. J6.00, 8.25, 11.00 doz.
Hemmed Turkish Bath Towels, 25c, 35c, 50c each.
Size 22x36, $1.25. 1.35, 1.50, 1.75, 2.25 pair.
Size 25 x36, 1 1.35, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50 pair.
Size 27 x36, SL65, 2.00, 2.25 pair.
Pure Linen Sheets
Single Bed size, 72x96, 85.00, 6.00, 9.50 pair.
Double Bed size, 90x96, S6.50, 7.25. 8.00, 12.50 pair.
Extra Long sizes, 72x108, 87.00, 10.50 pair.
Extra Long sizes. 90x108, J9.00, 13.00 pair.
This sale also includes Table Linens, Bed Coverings.
Imported and Domestic Lingerie and Corsets, Ladies'
Outer Garments and Hosiery.
James McCutcheon & Co.,
5th Ave. & 34th St., wm&tm
W. L. DOUGLAS
For style, fit and wear
W. L. Douglas shoes
are unequalled at the
price. They are the
standard of quality
Slorse in Qiutsi NtwTork:
is v .isaii mi... i
it.', i -i . v ear, iih ftt.
,r.i Hroatlwgy. nr. UtU St.
149A Itroiiilwit,, I Hnr. S1.
I In.. n.-Kr L: ti St.
IVi 1,1 An..n. IT l-.M Nt.
MM St., ror. lash hi.
rt:v II i 1 Asrrue
n Klglith A.rnur.
Sit I'luhlti At. iii-itrttd.
V 1 Wrsl ISMh Hllrft.
S...rk l HllSUl HL
llli.iukl AN. S.Y.
.'l rilltiHi ritTrSet,
TOn tO 710 I .it.
lu mm at , nor. nth fft.
i : . I'ltk.n Avrnue.
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
tions" than any other
two mediums In the
THREE FAMOUS PICTURES
FOR FRAMING, FREE!
OWING to the groat demand for the first
.tet of pictures given FREE with copies
of the Sunday World those entitled: "The
Old Mill Pond." "Evening in the Berkshires,"
and "The Cozy Corner," more pictures of the
same set will be
GIVEN FREE FOR COUPON
Next Sunday's World
'The Old Mill Pond"
h'rom I'aintini bv P. R. Kohler.
A picture that xppeals to the hrart the old mflt ai
unst lod a glimpse of the mill-pond and orchard.
"Evening in the Berkshires"
Frowi T'ainllnt tv H. K. Kohler.
As evening falls the distant church begins to fade tn
purpling mlM, The children romp in from the fields
and the chickens come home to roost.
"The Cozy Corner"
From Hainling tv PntHh D. Millet
" A striking picture of Prtidlla In the chimney
corner, a cup of tea beside her and three rosy apples
routing on the heartti.
Printed in Colors on Fine Quality Paper, Suitable for l-rumint
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