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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IB, 1919.
TO HAL! RENEWAL
LOST CLARKE AUTO FOUND
IN GARAGE AT GREENWICH.
OF BALKAN WAR
Allies Affree to Delay Further
Action Until Turks Pass
on New Terms.
LONDON, Jan. !. To-day" tnst1n
Of His Ambassadors of t'i Hump"
powsrs at ths British Foralm Offlc mu
t)vot1 '-'i i . r' v to a dls-iiss1on of t)i
mean of putting a !rak on tho throat
anad fasiunptlon of th. war In tha H k
aa. Breathing- ttm haa hesn (tlvin Tor
a Start. In thli direction toy tha o. .. .
at tha Plrnlpo'nntlarlaa of h. Unlknii
la tha oouraa of n mwllnic thU
iln. to oalay furthar action until
Turklah Ooveritn.nt had had full
mlty for tha discussion of tha
ata to ba nraaantad this waak tiy ths
Anbsaaadors of tha Powani, and also to
rapIV to It
It la qulta srtdsnt that both t-i
vouM waloome tha dieeovary of an
eaptabla way to avoM urthar n-htln.
Tha Turklah delecatse anrua that hot
far tha fart that tha European Powers
have ahown blaa la favor of the claims
put forward by tha Balkan allies they
wauld have boon abl to compromise
with aaolr advaraarlaa lone to.
Tka delacataa of tha allies deny tha
' easrtlon that tha European Powi rs
have raised an tfhjartlon to their an
Bounced Intention of breaklnc off the
B scot 1st Ions for peace and of denounc
lat tba armlatlrs. They point out that
aa Saturday last they notified Sir IM
arard Oray. tha British rorslfn Mlntater.
and all tha European Ambassador of
their Intention and none af them re
monstrated. The representatives of Bulaarla,
Oreeca, Montanasro and fiervla declare
tat they must prolaot their own tnler
t, especially la avoiding Indefinite
procrastination on tha part of tha
Turks, as sines th oonolualoa of tha
amlatlos In December, tha malntsn
aaos of lha four allied armies on a
war foot Ins haa represented an outlay
ot Mt.OOO.OCO, whloh la a heavy sacri
fice for countries that are not rich. Thla
must some lo aa end, they say. Within
a weak Turkey mast slthsr cede Adrl
anopla In a peaceful manner or lose It
by a resumption of ths war, which. In
las sad, would bs Isas costly than this
KILLS TWO; THREE MISSING.
.Workmen Victims in Tunnel Crash
Fifty Feet Down Second
OHrCAOO, Jan. U. Two workmen
wars killed, three ara missing snd bs
ttsv.d to have perished and llvs othsrs
were seriously injured e -y to-day by
an explosion In a tunuel Ally feet un
dsnxroand at Baat Sovsnty-aecund
treat and Oottacs drove avenue. It
was ths second explosion In the tunnel
lo Ms hours, three men having been
asrtously burned la an explosion lata
last night. Both blasts are baUeved to
bar been caused by fumes which rath
arsd foUowtnc tha discharge af dynamite
used la blaetioT rook.
The tunnel la beta constructed to
9 saaarsaTl Ml South Park pumplnc station
at Baat intty-aiiflrak afreet with the aty
-water tunoal at Bart Bavaaty-thlrd
Police Get Clue to Machine That
Caused Indictment of John
The stolen automobile of Pert H
Clartio nt No. 7 Spencer plie, Brooklyn,
the disappear of which canst d the
groundless Indictment of former Ils-trlct-Atlorney
John II Merrill of Queens
r.iunty Isst fall, has been found In the
rn.ra.se on the country estat of W. K.
(arrlnstori at Urrrnwlch, Conn.
Mr. I'ariinxton knew that the ma
chine was left by a relative of an em
ploy.., Adam O. la Frits, a Woodhaven,
la I., (a raffs rrwnsr. When Mr. Carrlng
ton Iraxned thst the pollcs were seek
.ix the machine, he notified them.
Clarke and hla wife were at odds over
possession of the auto, whloh had bsjsj
Mtt at Piits'a giiraas. Former District
Attorney Merrill was Mrs. Clarke's law
yer. When the tlaracs eettled their 0011
trovri."y the machine lntd dis appeared.
Mr. Merrill. Krits and William J.
lilxnack, a chauffeur, were Indicted.
A few days later the Indlotmant
against Mr. Merrill, who Is nns of ths
best known lawyers In queens, was dis
missed. Frits Is out on a H.onu bond
BLAZE ROUTS ONE HUNDRED.
nineteen families Escape Dovea
adders ail Over Honrs
Almost ons hundred persons were
driven from No. 147 West One Hundred
and Forty-third street early t.i-day by a
fire In the apartment of M .rrls Rppateln
on the fourth floor. Many of the nine
teen families went down (Ire escapes and
others crossed over adjoining roofs.
Tha Mesa burst thrown the front
windows and attracted attention from
the street. It was onnflnd to two rooms
In tha npaj-tment and did ISOft damage,
but the rtrenien had to tear out much of
the Hv.rk lxfori they haI It under
"MAYOR'S TIP" PLAYERS
DIDN'T GET A STAR!
FOR SURE THING MONEY
But They Backed GotfTOVf
Off the Boards Before He
SUICIDE LEAVES 9 CHILDREN.
Widow of Joseph t'rtsaa Oaaaat Ae
esast for His Aot.
Joseph Urban, a retired blacksmith,
sixty-three years old, living with hla
wife and nine children at No. 1M6 First
avenue, killed himself sarly to-day by
drinking carhollo acid.
Tha Mum was In comfortable circum
stances, suffered from no Illness and
had nothing to worry him, hla wife told
the police. Neither aha nor her children
could account for TJrban's act.
Itching or chafing feet are grateful (or
ths use of Poilsm. Eruptions and sore
spots are soon healed. Knrma occurring
on any part of the. body, acne, tetter sad
all skin affections, are so quickly mas
tered by this perfect remedy that to long
endure their discomforts Is unnecessary.
l'oalam is antiseptic, soothing, cooling,
intense and active in healing power, ft
cannot possibly harm and should ba
used unhesitatingly in all conditions.
The daily use of POSLAM SOU', an
absolutely pure snap medicated with
Poalam. is of inestimable benefit to all
whose skin is subject to eruptional
troubles. Soothes tender skin: never ir
ritates; Ideal tor baby's bath: beat
shampoo for dandruff.
All druggists sell Poslara (price, AO
rents) and l'uslam Soap (price, is rents).
For free samples, write to the Emergency
Laboratories, 3 West i Jth Street. New
H. Jaeckel & Sons
West 32d Street
at Exceptional Reductions
Caracul Coats, 54 in. long $100.00 $65.00
Pony 100.00-150.00 65.00
Near Seal..... , no.00 75.00
French Seal Coney 150.00 100.00
Hudson Seal (Musquash) 250.00 175.00
Persian Coats, 36-inch. . 200.00 140.00
$3.75 up Persian Paws $7.50 up
11.00 up Black Raccoon 16.00 up
16.00 up Black Fox 16.00 up
12.00 up Caracul 25.00 up
25.00 up Hudson Seal 25.00 up
15.00 up Blended Mink (Japan) 23.50 up
$0.00 up Pointed Fox 32.50 up
40.00 up Black Lynx 40.00 up
30,00 tip Ermine 55.00 up
A very large assortment of high grade Fur
Coats and Sets at reductions from 30 to 40.
Imported Models 50.
16, 18 and 20 West 32d St.
OUR ONLY ADDRESS -
Ooatrrove was scratched, so drswbs
ware In order to-day. Herman, "the
Mayor's noniutank;" 'VJount" Benedetto,
the Italian Interpreter In the Marrlaa
Bureau: "Army" John Manning, wiho
keeps the "Ms newapapar store" In the
City Hall Park; "I'aMv ' Brosran. Ush
waehnr In "Beef an' " Msehan's: "Pete"
Hlmrtns, tha cop; 'Tony" Psdsvann,
"the piker;" City Hall clerks, typewrit
ers and etenoffraphers all watered nn
tils chances at Coagrove In tha third
rane at Juaraa yesterday There was
woe In the speculative irroups when the
returns In ths third race came In from
Juares. Coagrove was "not In tha
"No more dps for me not on your
life, not even If they do ooma from the
Mayor's oflloe," walled "Army" Man
"Never again for me. Not on a net."
Sighed "the Mayor's boot bias "
I N.in tips Is punk, ami there I went
snd tossed In ma last minks," Inter
jected Dlahwaehar Ilrogan.
"Hay," aald 'Tony ths piker," "I went
hroke for n solitary Iron man on that
"Mayor's tip.' but the net time you'll
ftnil me playln' nartln' but real etanle
Info". Pish! Tuahl"
There waa a grain of solace for rtie
plungers to-day, however, when the be
liitert returns Indicated that Coagrnvn
Mad not etartei m his race and. s'-eo-d-log
to the rules of die game, the Iiook
makers. who feared I f'-htful on.lHUitht
yesterday when Cie money nn th racer
'me pouring In. were rf-uulred to turn
h.vk ttie dumts.
f'ostrrove as a "good thtnc" ns mys
teriously ushered Into the race are-ia
early yesterdnv In a ntsnncr that afforl
ed A "hunch" for knowing ones. Before
dsyhrcnk, when fuetKlUn Pyrin of Ihfl
Oty Hall was making hi nninds, the
constant clamor of the telephone hell
In the Mayor's office eompelled his at
tention. A voice over the aire cautioned
"OtMRa" to be earetul of Cosgrovi,
OtMifsM to run In the third race. The
"gnns" whs In town to lot heavily on
the animal, continued the voice and, a.
Custodian Hysn llatrmed In amacement.
he Anally realised that he was being
mistaken for a pool room keeper or
"Hay," he shouted indUmantly, "do you
know to whom you are talking? This
Is ths City Hall, and I am answering
ym over the Mayor's telephone "
reclamations of surprise, streaked
with profanity, came over the wire and
then there wns dead silence.
When Mr. llyan told of the Incident
and It was published In The Evening
World the bookies were flooded with
money from "hunch artists." who ars
always looking Into the sklss tor a
"But I wus the wlss guy." eald
Charley He Consa. who delivers papers
Many men of many
minds on other sub
jects agree on Young
store service and the
have arranged for To-morrow,
A Very Exceptional Advance Offering of
of Voiles, Tissues, Ginghams, Lawns and Chambrays,
at '2.95, 4.50 and 6.75
Actual Values from $5.00 to 9.75
Later Importations of the newest weaves In
White Cotton & Linen Dress Fabrics
are now being shown, including novel effects in Peau
de Mouton, French Toile, Ratine and Eponge, also
a large variety of dainty Sheer Tissues, Tosca
Crepes and Bordered Novelties.
Also To-morrow at Extraordinary Reductions,
8500 Yds. White Fabrics
Mercerized Ballymena Poplin,
for Women s and Children s Dresses,
Nurses' Uniforms, etc. Usually 35c Yard, at
French Round Thread Linen,
46 inches wide, medium weight, for
Coat Suits and Golf Skirts. Usually 60c Yd.,
Round Thread Costume Linens,
2H yards wide, for Tailored Gowns,
Separate Skirts, etc Usually 81.25 Yard, at 75c
Thursday, an Important Sale of desirable
Real and Imitation Laces
Imitation Shadow Laces,
in white and cream, various widths, at 25c to 1.65
Actual Values 45c to $1.95 Yard
Imitation Venise Laces and Bandings,
in whits and cream, 2 to 9 inches wide, 35c to 3.95
Actual Values 50c to $4.50 Yard
Real Venise, Point Applique, Rosaline
and Boheme Laces and Bandings,
in various widths, at 98c to 4.75
Actual Values $1.50 to 5.;5 Yard
Real Irish Crochet Laces,
to 8 inches wide, at 35c to 7.75
Actual Values 55c to $9.25 Yard
Real Bruges Edgings and Insertions,
1J4 to 6 inches wide, at $1.35 to 6.25
Actual Values $1.75 to 8.25 Yard
To-morrow, Exceptional Values in
Lingerie and Taffeta Ribbons
For Girdles, Children's Dresses, Table Bows, etc.
Lingerie Ribbon, plain and fancy,
in white, pink, blue and mauve, No. l to 5,
Piece of Ten Yards, at Sc, 20c, 28c and 55c
Moire, Taffeta and Satin Taffeta Ribbon,
S inches wide, in white, black and colors, 18c Yd.
Ribbon Table Decorations, Bows and Flowers
in stock or made to order at short notice.
West 23d and 22d Streets
la Hie rlly iV partments. "I get the tip
yesterday on f ha t sknle ami 1 hlsrs over
lo KaMMg in it,, i in 11 ,,f RaaafsJl ami
' h- Ms it to Mm ae h sood tl.tnir. I In
slips me twelve iMItifca, Bayir; 'bet ten
for Trie srifl keep hr rleiice for yourself 1
All rlftht. I liets the ten MS iak s mr
1 to the moving pirtnris nml n
iiliaettl s ipper with the -est. letting
Coif IUt run for ''ssiy. 1 nhoulil
NINE MEN SENTENCED;
YEAR FOR PLAZA AUDITOR.
(jilbcrt Hahncstnck PleaJed Guilty
to Stealing $(K) from
Nine prisoners were sentenced yester
day In two parts of the ''ourt of Oon
eral Heaslnns. Their rsses wsrs dis
posed of ss follow.
BY JUDGE O'SULLIVAN.
David Levltan, twenty-4ve yeara nil
and I,oole I.evltan, twenty-two years
old. Convicted of r-relv1n stolen prop
erty. First offenders. Penitentiary one
year en h.
Carl Doerfler, twenty-four years nl.l.
pleaded (ullty to petty larcsny. Htolo
HU worth of J.welry from landlord.
Klrst offense Sentence suspended.
Christopher Young, twenty-six jrears
old. pleaded (ulltr to attempted larceny.
Klrst offense. Penitentiary one year.
Ollbart Tarantoah, frfty years old.
ples'lM Riiiltv to grnnd larceny. Stole
IIH.ixi rroffl lha Hotel I'lasa. Hrst of
rsnaf , PenllOfltlAf ) one year.
BY JUDGt ROSALSKY.
llsrrv Malts. twenty years ol.l.
pleaded guilty to tnirglary. First of
fi nee. i;imlra It. fonnatory.
Hermafi autaehmMC thirty. two yeare
old. pleaded guilty to forr. Passed
fOTfed ,-he,'k for 120. Klrst offenie.
penitentiary one year.
P'.rnect Illrh. twenty-two years old,
pleaded guilty to gran.l lar. eny. Stole
fur cost from employer. Klret offense.
Penitentiary sis months.
Andrew l.vecrlla. seventeen yeara old,
pleaded guilty to petty larceny. Btole I?)
worth of candy and cigarettes from
stand. Klrst offense, city Heform.itory.
FERDINAND COOK MISSING.
Nessard Offered for Informaflea as
ta Ills Wheressests,
The police have sent out a country
wide alarm for Kerdlnand II. Cook of
No 2W West K.nd avenue, an employee
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Han Always Boggnt
S. Altman $c (Ha.
ice Styles III
Imported Cottom Dress FalbrScs
showing novelty effects of unusual attract
iveness in the new Spring colors, are now
being displayed in a special exhifc'it, from
which early selection can be made.
jr7. THIRTY-FIFTH STREET ELEVATORS
S. Atom Sc (Ho.
An Unusual Offeriinig of Wool
EpOHHe (54 inches w5de)
in black and a variety of We new shades for Spring,
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE TO-MORROW
(THURSDAY) AT THE SPECIAL PRICE OF
.85 per yard.
A Sale of
Household Linens, Towels, etc.,
is now being held at remarkably interesting
prices, as for example:
Hemstitched Linen Sheets
per pair .... $4.25 & 5.75
Hemstitched Linen Pillow Cases
per pair .... $1.00, 3.20 & 1.35
Heavy Turkish Bath T&wela, hemmed,
per dozen $3.00 & 4.80
Linen MucHf1 Towels, hemmed, .
per dozen $2.40 & 2.75
Also Blankets, Comfortables, Bedspreads, Etc.
of t:ie Queens Borough Park system,
who has been mysteriously missing
since Jan. i. Mr. Cook, who Is fifty
one years of ace, has been 111 for some
time and Is believed to have wn ,.,t.., ...I
away while out of hla . ead. Ills wife
ami rour oiiiklren are prostrated over
his continued shsence.
Mr. Cook Is S feet I inohee tall, weighs
1R pounds, has Iron grsy hair, brown
eyes and a small black mustache tinged
with aray. Ills complexion Is dark. He
Is a brother of Henry K. Cook of No. 54
Maiden lane, who haa offered a reward
far Infoimatlon leading to his recovery.
Thr Hrooklyn Navy Yard Restaurant,
founded several year am by Miss
Anne Moreen, haa been turned over to
employees of the yard on a co-opera-tir
plan. Last Mar she offered t,.
sell the restaurant at a dollar a share
to 1,000 men if they proved their
ability to run It. They took the man
agement on trial and have "made
Quick, Easy, and Ptitiv I
Cure for All Foot Torture
Ths follow ins; Is s.hsnhitfiy th vormt
and quickest car known to srTencs far All
foot ailments: ''Dlssolv two tAblAtlsraLjJ
fuls of Caloeldft mm pound In a uasln of
warm watsr. ftoak tbe feet In this fur
fully fifteen minutes, gently ptthMnf tu
or parts " Ths affect la really wonder
ful. All soreness lnsta
ly; th Net feel dellfirl.
Corns and ralluuses ' Jg
peeled right oTf. It n '
mediate relief for sore bunlnna,
sweaty, smelly an . achlna; feat.
Raped ally effective Mr frost
hlt'j and chllhl.tiTi. A twen
ty five ltl boi of CAloaMi Is
said to be sufficient to cur th
worat feet. It works throi.Kt. io pores
nd removes the rauee of the trouble.
DMI waste time on uncertain remedies.
Any druggist ha Caluclde compound In
slock or he can get It In a fw hours from
his wholesale house. Published by Medloat
Kormulft Lbirtorl-s of Chicago. AJvt.
Woolen Motor Coats for Men and Women;
Silk, Wool and Silk und-Wcol Sweaters;
Shetland Shawls; kanncoats and Mackin
toshes; Hats, Caps, Veils, Scarfs Gloves,
Parasolettes, doggies, etc.
Motor Robes and Pillows; Fitted Hampers
and Motor Cases; Traveling Bags, Dressing
and Suit Cases; Thermos Bottles; Motor
Jlfll) Awnnr, 34th tuth 35th. Stntts, Wtm fork.
T Simplify Home-seeking by saving M
time, temper and tramping.
jfranftlin Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
January Sale Thursday
at Oreatly Reduced Prices
"Parfait" Lingerie Underwear
Our own make, newest models, of highest grade fabrics.
Superior quality laces and embroideries.
Night Gowns .95 1.75 2.65 .75
Combinations 1.65 1.95 2.65 3.75
Lingerie Petticoats .95 1.75 1.95 2.65
Drawers. .75 .95 1.25 1.95
Corset Covers 1.25 1.95 2.65
Silk Crepe de Chine Underwear
Exclusive models, of highest grade washable silk crepe de chine
in white, pink, blue or maize ; dainty laces, ribbons and flowers.
Crepe de Chine Nightgowns
Heretofore $6.95 lo $14.50
Crepe de Chine Petticoats
Heretofore $4.95 to $9.75
Crepe de Chine Combinations
Heretofore $8.95 to $8.95
French Hand Made Lingerie
, Of Sheer Nainsook, hand embroidered.
Hand Made Chemises .85 1.75 2.95
Hand Made Night Gowns 1.75 2.75 3.45
Hand Made Drawers 1.45 1.95 2.95
jfrankUn Simon & do.
Infants' and Children's Dresses
Hubbard, Russian and waist models, white
and colored. I to 6 yeara. Heretofore $1.50 to $1.95
White and Colored Dresses
Long waist or Russian models, in chambray,
gingham or lawn. 2 to 6 yeara Heretofore $2.50
French Hand Made Dresses
Waist and Hubbard models, of nainsook and
batiste. 9 mos. to 6 yeara. Heretofore $3.95 lo $4.75
Infants' Hand Made Dresses
French hand made short dresses, Hubbard model. Site 9 mos. to 3 years.
125 and 1.95
Heretofore $1.95 to $3.95
Sweaters and Sweater Suits
Worsted Sweaters In white, red, tan or gray.
I to 8 years. Heretofore $1.35 to $1.85
Children's Sweater Suits
Sweater Suits, consisting of coat, leggins and toque,
in white, grey or tan. 1 to 4 years. Heretofore $3.50
Of white lawn, tucks and featherstitching, lace trimmed.
2 lo 18 years.
.50 .75 1.45
Heretofore .95 to $3.95
sOC One With
25,000 Facts and Figures relating to
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AT ANY NEWSSTAND.
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