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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
CITY ADOPTS PLAN I
FOR CHANGING LINES
OF 1HE HUDSON RIVER
1 Actress- Wife of Subway Magnate l
Who Was in Peril in Car Crashi f
Qves New York Central Wid
er Right of Way, but In.
creases Public Facilites.
V the Hoard of Baflmete e4ers
Stan eisrenlttert tn-lav riv Iti Commu
te en Terminal Improvements the ottr
Was be omv-a upon to widen Ua rtht
af way for tha New Tork Central Rall-
from Utatlatti ati-Mt north. Tha ra-
of tha oommfttM adda thai ttie
i ara for tha purpoee of "perralt-
Oac tha attr to ratals water front fe
attttWM oetatde of the railroad oora-
aaJlve Hs'it of way.
Ta efTert tha ohanaa alteration' muat
to mdi In tha pier head and buavhead
naa aa now retabtlehed by tka iwr-
tary of War. Tha board etttnerteed that
application ba nad to tha War Ds I
iant te pataalt of tfcaaa
Tha water Croat affected by tto I
etiaawee la tha portion oa tha North i X
River astaadlac boa SUUeUi to Two
Hundred and Blifcth atraat Alone thta
IrMiin It la prapuaad to extend tto
plar haad Ua at a aaoriaca In plecee
of laahora fevntUUss so (hat tha riant of
way of tha Naw Tork Central stay ba
wtdanod aad a attr cnarglnai way are
abtd. Whlla thla arest oonoaaakm la
taatatlraljr granted eo inanUoa la ma le
of tto deteranraatloa af tha ootnralttoe
Ml rafaraoca to tha lone apposed con
tinuance of track on "Death" avenue
asperate rapart oa that proposition la
aromlaad within a faw day
war n-olutloo war asnfssaed tn
tto report of tto oomenlttee to-day oa
tto pre posed widening of the railroad'
riant of way and each of these resolu
tions wore adopted.
Tto committee, of wMch FrHsst
wan Purroy Mrtehet, Oornptneller Pran
Aenyaat and Borough President lfoAnaay
are member, disapproves of the alas
of the aXat Canal Board to establish a
art of call for tha new oaaaj between
the Harlem Ship Canal and Dyrkman
K. in thai reejlon located tow sod
Park, which, tha eommltM ears.
I be marred by the presanoe of a
I port of sail. It u7eet that tto
past af mm to leoatad further south.
IN THE NEW SUBWAYS
fcnptoy Courud and Protest
AfiJnst Contract That May
Favor a Single Firm,
af tto Maw
Newsdealer ProteotiT aad
A statins hare employed
and to-day are Byhtin
a at use la to prepoaad nparatlay eon-
of tto etty with tto Mrs treatise
.Ward OoWe sews stand Monopoly oa
to roads aad at tto at sunt aab-
' te tto naw knee.
tto clause which tha
set amend li fellow:
Ik tto one of tto aaJs af
ton. tf leaaiiaa by tto Oewmlerton.
aaewkn Cor proptaito far tto privt
Basjs of sailing aawepapera and
partodtoal U the anbwksj af tto
af the oootraotln for swab
ft L PraaheaateU af Me. US
law partner of Oa. Pulsar,
retained by tto news-
REGULAR 'MOVIE' CHASE
War swawsa pwavaw X I
- iri ima r ii i
i .mMwjm ppv
hnnSdnwlnnl nW nTI sal I
AND DIAMOND LOCKET
Police and Citizens, Id by
Jewelry Clerk, Have Spec
tacular Race Through Streets.
The r'od old fashioned crv of "Htop
thief'" sounded in th middle of buiy
Vulton Mreet, Brooklyn, at the noon
hour to-dsy, and a thief cha, cmdueted
In the rerruletlon pHI-moll rtyla, ensued.
AVhen a yiung m;in ejii -red the jew
elry store of Ioule Ainols, at No. Ul
Fulton siroet, end asawl to look at a
rase of dlnmond lock ts in th, window.
Hnoert Llptnm, the clerk, hurried to
oblige the customer. The nun took one
looket In hla hand and aaked to we an
other, which waa still In the window.
As soon a the clerk's back waa turned
the customer dashed out of the door
with the diamond locket In his hand.
t.lpton followed aa soon as he could
yet around the countar, raising a areat
hue and cry. The thief dodyed through
the tangle of car and rehires across
the street, ran down Pulton street to
Court Square and through to Red Hook
i. Hue After him ran the bareheaded
clerk, seven policemen, one police ser
gvant and about 411 oltlaens Pulton
street was agog with eicttement.
At the corner of tilTlnaston street
and Had Hook bene the thief (tumbled
and sprawled hla length. H dropped
the locket and, making no attempt to
regain It, scrambled to his feet and
was off again. Through Livingston
atreet to Pulton ayala be raced and
wheeled Into the Nasaau Trust Com
pany. Th puffing policemen found the fu
gitive hiding In the women' waiting
room of tha bank and took him to tha
Adame street station There he denied
thst he waa th thief who had been
pursued, snd gnVl his mime as DeWltt
lvtne of No. 11 Ie Km avenue.
f.rand larceny the char mad
LET US CONVERT
Piers the Kntlre Keyboard, with all the
latest expression devices, ortoe PknO.
Homrthlnr Kntlrelr New. a revelstloa ta
the player fkld. Hsmplaa ol the work
ebowo at our wererooms,
30 West 20th St.
STR1CH & ZEIDLER
Piano end never Manufacturare.
Discomfort Alter Meals
reeling owirssted with a setMstion 4 niiiffkieei
sod hei ilne sind are armi.Hns uf Inrittestlee,
With ttisne ih.es will he i , i .ti Pllaa Kid-
em of the lllisst In the II... I Nsiises. lesart
bura. Jlesdsitis. Insist Kood, rliittsrUi uf
Uie llesji. I'IhisIiis MeriaafKina. IksrlnsM na
Rvant. i-.t nr Urbs heioes tile Hlfflit YriVisimi
ef Uie Hsin. I'aln In tin) e flheat Lunn
Urabs anl Muddan rliahsa of llrst. A few doaat of
MR. AUGUST BILMONT.
olmonl wlH Insist on an tn-
vilMpaUoa to ill the bra me for the Col
leton ef two street ears with Mr. Bel
mont' a Hnvouslne ta Fourth avenue near
Ninth street yesterday afternooa. Mr.
formerly Eleanor Robeon, th
ad a narrow escape from sort-
oas Injury or death In the oolllalea.
husband has greet aorsfldenne la
aforkto. the hauteur, wno
feat seen la his employ for aeveral years.
Is inclined to think that eareleav
ness on th pert of one of the trolley
ea oauaed the smash. Mr. Bel
re plainly Indignant when a
viewed the wreaked machine.
aba. Belmont had been at Wann
mener aad Morkla. her chauffeur, was
endeavor! ag t cross Pourth arena la
go north la that thoroughfare. The street
wes anad with vek olee aad a north
bound trolley oar, suddenly pushing its
tray out from behind several trucks and
aaeos that had obscured Morals' view,
etruok eh Bel aunt rasnhlne a glancing
Maw as rt was moving diagonally noroaa
he auto morale
Til Imps st
1 respestfuUy sumaet to
kill " he said, 'that la
this phase of the contract you trees it
la ouch a way that oaky one newspaper
stead la any af th eubway eaall he
awM to th highest bidder, to aay one
person, that no person snail have a
right to own or control or operate more
than a stasis stand Is any subway; and
that these eon tracts be awarded to the
htyhert bidder for the benefit af the
etty. and that before the eoa treat ts ese
ewted and awarded aa affidavit he re
eadred of (he hlsrheet bidder that he Is
not tntereeted directly or kesVkreoUy la
any other newsstand along the sub
way a e ssd also that no pre
anuma he charged for oh sale af pa
awafissls or books."
Th aewsd eeler oontend that none-
la the new subways should be
Went Pay Whoa Carrel Died.
Judge Aaplnall in th Puprame Court
la Brooklyn to-day denied th morion
of Mm Man Bckareley to have her
brother, Mlahasl Curran. declared deed
auhseausnt to ISM. Tears ago th Bur
roasts of New Tork declared the man
dead and tn IMS a relative died leaving
aa estate af tPVOP) In Brooklyn to be di
vided between the brother aad sister.
Mrs. Bo era ley got her aher and was
appointed admlnlstratrli of tha estate
Of her brother. But th estate has been
In the hand of the Comptroller ell
th years and beauae she can't prove
that Ourrmn died after hi relative did.
Mrs. toaerajcy cannot get the money.
around until ft waa dlreotJy la front of
a swiftly moving southbound oar. That
ear Mt It la turn and then the two trol
ley oar, neither of whsjh eeuM be
brought to an Immediate standstill,
ground pie automobile between ahem.
Mrs. Belmont was bobbed around In
side th auto and th Class of tha lim
ousine waa smashed and Ha aides karat
la. Passengers on th street
were shaken up.
Remember that every eeee ef
loale passes through Ite eurakle
which te eftee ef e reay duration ptestr
he eared. If the tlsiesi la sal?
ssd sraswli treated before the
IseersMe stages evertaha the patient
If yes fear thst there he keen failure
te liiinUf ilagsase or lislteretsnd your
eeee, eali ea Or. Asdereen, see ef Mew
y ark's lea. as Specialists is Threat aed
Luss; Peaiasn, end ee a i pert I dtgla
by apialel X-Ugbt eaaalnatlea.
steeevere the very earliest eigne ef
rang trsshls while the lee see la vac Is lis
isvesupat sis trfont
ef ale psrmasistly
kept out of the hand of a eorporatkn.
They assist that under the proposed
etnnaa Ward Oow oould grab all tha
nswsotanda of the future subways, Th
of the association era W Marl-
. President; N. P. Booed. Vme-Praal
t; B. Nelson. Treasurer, and M.
Ta r ranee and other foreign conn
tries the neweetand prtvlleyes are set
asert for poor peocsle. prlncipaely wld
wws Here In New Tork the Individual
newsdealers are being crowded off the
streets, aad their ncht for the future
basis, they contend, in the
nstom. -Th sreatest
aCRQTMAN LEFT $500,000.
heme Is th base
ef eur irem reeiaiag a aaort Urns la a
different ell see te. Teu aaa be eared at
re ess be eared at all.
Dr. Asdereen. It
nothing ts ftad est for yeereelf.
eniee eenesiiane ana esamiaeuee are
gives without charge. Or.
Pyeclallst, 0 West ltd at. (hstwssa PU
and th even naa I, New York.
Maura Dally, IS te sj Mender, Wednee
day. k'ridey evenlage till a o'cloeki Pun
dare, 1 1 te I. Valuable Seek ea Tebercu
lasts cent te any address.
the Christian ministry I not a
I the path af poverty I Indicated by
(he will of th Rev. Arthur B Morris.
aa Episcopalian missionary who
Yokohama. Japan, on Dae, IT, leaving
aa estate valued at leOO.OOt.
Dr. Morris left PMU to hla body eer
vaat, lUwsl Ktapo, and tl.OOO to Chtit
Oburoh, In Tokobams. Of th residue
ha bequeathed two-fifths to his nephew,
Oerard M. Barretts of Larch mont, N.
T and two-dfths to his niece. Mrs.
Mary Morris Ostrandsr. wife of Charles
V. Ostrander of No. U West Plfty-thlrd
One Sf th he left to
Have Arranged a Very Specuu
Sale of Women's Shoes
At a Remarkably Low Price
Women's and misses' high-grade shoes of
tan calf, in lace and button models;
also gun metal calfskin boots In
buttonface and blucher lace
models; also some patent
leather shoes In but
ton models with
smart cloth tops
None Worth Less Than $5
Jl free tha arrises of ell the above earned dav
ordeei Ihirelr instable, aft oaaSi a but. at
ta (tr b I
runwAT at co.. ne Tetm.
FOR MEN and WOMEN
Now the time to buy thst
needed eoat at S0 off recular
values all advanced styles in
Tan, Gray, lilack and Olive
shades all .sizes.
Dori'l Let Thu Opportunity Go By t
$1 A RAINCOATS P. 00
III For Mil, M.... 3
f RAINCOATS P.00
111 For Women, Now. . tj
Over 2,000 garmcrits to make
your sel'ftions 'rom. Visit our
store and see for yourself. Noth
ing like Uiem ever offered before.
61 WEST 23D ST.
OrIB DOUR FRoM M 'i'U v. v. it v B.
Friday and Saturday
Som Worth ff)
AM From fbfiUar Stock
Chd mi Ml
All! MBit (,r III Iflllrll'ia U sal. lira f..f aah.tlll
aaifv. third thy. urlrr rharal bv JnvrlUr
usjiitiin i hp i niiru niaira. vi raanai
tu.miirruw m,m a hall offer
puiMir Nuiid I i-h. i. iri siU-Jewt-iit-41
Into ill-lull here tin
BSSI fur hilt. UN. lull I., Mil lnl.ir.l.,1 In
s hvii ii uursiiiiii ur desiring le nun Us
see we Mill she all His liilurnmauun d.
aired If tliry will rail al uur wetfE deuarl-
I belure II ii'i Iim-L Si.n,i,l,i. ...ulm.
'ever hrfure In ttie thlrl-iie rears we
BVe sold walehes direct In I lie iMlbllr ba.e
ullerra alue like
la. hulld 14-K.
Oeld Casee that hIII stand everr knuwti
lesl. r-.i-ii ine i
street will find
flnla tf vou wish I hem t msk
Sit. The tnuteui.at Is inisllUelr nust.u.
d In runtala lt Je els. alsu aaUaetetTaad
eo atswaped. so u raa make ne lulalake.
lilted Hlelrs Mini uo Wall
thrm In be Mulld It-K.
If res rss huv one aa sued fur leee t
MS.OU. ne will refund teurSIS.PH e.
0. un reviuesi. nr ir iur ear
do nut want lu keen U brtas I
leu dars aad set sll ef , uur i
ve offered mine great wall h be
is inirir-uae isar. .one iv. lull this is
Re ereeieei or an. jour awn JeweUer will
ive le admit It. Ne dealers eiuwlled as-
ll refund tuur SIll.ltN Isssew
f III oa reuursl. ur If for aar re esse
thlrtr-oae .rears .one br. but this Is
ii oi i.i on re.iuesi. ur ir ror aar reaaoa
I do aat want lu keen II brine 11 ksu-k
within tea dara aad art all of uur moaer.
We hae offered mine great watch baraalae
Mali lies or
lionet. Only e few of eur
Watch far pi. In
VI stria rue iui
I d I i-K. (lujsl Welch far y
lid I l-h. fin d Vt alrh for 40
lid tt-fc. fluid WatcC far III
Hd 1 l-K. (laid Welch far t
B. Altman $c (Eo.
Betalph" Guaranteed Silk
Hosiery, In black and the fashionable
shades. Is being shown in the regular stock
at the following moderate prices:
Men's Guaranteed Silk Hosiery
In black or colore a . . per pair $1.75
Women's Guaranteed Silk Hosiery
in black p per pair $1.75 & 2.50
Women's Guaranteed Silk Hosiery
In white or colors . . . per pair $2.00
Women's Extra Size Guaranteed Silk Hosiery
In black per pair $2.25
- Motoring Outfits
Woolen Motor Coats for Men and Women;
Silk, Wool and Silk-and-wool Sweaters;
Shetland Shawls; Raincoats and Mackin
toshes; Hats, Caps, Veils Scarfs, Gloves,
Paraaolettes, Goggles, etc.
Motor Robes and Pillows; Fitted Hampers
and Motor Cases; Traveling Bags, Dressing
and Suit Cases; Thermos Bottles; Motor
1. Altman & &t
are holding a January Sale of
of reliable qua. Sties, at extraordin
ary concessions from usual prices.
f Jini) Awtmr, 34Uj ma 3511 Stxttts, Ktnt far.
-Mid-day Cabaret, 8th Floor
f j7y zfmu ms y.u-n mi
20 3 'STREET.
NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER
Half Price Sale of Slightly Imperfect
Scotch & Irish Table Linens
Monday, January 20th.
On Exhibition Now
all ardere nn. il.
iPATOH rROTBCTOR PVBS.
We auaraatee a aatlns ef a I leaet 85 ee,
real, ur an men sraus i.iiiii
tafii.i Ilia munslr. fliilv a
"HUSi.i mi s is inriiii.nr
tf.iMI NuIIiI IN-k. fluid We
taH.tMi Hiillil 1K-K. fialJ We
nn.frii Hoitd I i-h.
C.lARLtS A. KEENE
Where these beautiful linens may be viewed and
advance orders placed prior to the hail price, sale which begins
Monday, January tOth.
For nearly half a century the house of Simpson Crawford Co.
has been noted for the quality of its table linens. But we can
rsafely say that never bava we been abls to offer values quite
While these linens have been set aside by the makers as slightly
imperfect, the imperfections are so slight they do not affect
the Intrinsic value in any way.
The goods are ready for your inspection on ,ht fourth floor.
The sale begins Monday next.
jf rtmftUfl Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38 h Sts. 4
Final Reductions Fridty
Women's Tailored Suits
Tailored Cloth Suits
Dressy tailored suits of imported wool kbrlcs; t u r f
alto of corduroy. Heretofore $29.4) to $59.50 1 o.O U
Dressy Velveteen Suits
Dressy tailored suit of Imported velvetes n Mack,
navy tn J colors.
oi imponeu vcivcie tn niSCK, as aa AA
Heretofore $49.51 to $69.50 atd.UU
High Class Model Suits
Of broadcloth, mstclstse, or velvet: also f b .
imported suits. Heretofore $89.50 to:p8.50 43.Ull
VILL CLOSE OUT FRiIXY
125 White Brocade Waists
Dressy model of white brocaded silk croc de chine
flat "Byron" collar, long sleeves withFrench
cuffs; all sizes, 32 to 44 bust
Women's Coats and Vraps
Dressy Black Broadcloth Coats
Pull snd seven-eighth length dressy models;
velvet or plush collar; silk lined. Heretofore $3.50
Seal Velour Goats
Dressy draped model of seal velour plush,
white brocade silk lining. Heretofore $3.50
Black Broadcloth Fur Collar Coats
Dressy seven-eighth or full length draped model; olkr
of French mole, sesl, Pertisn psw nr opossum.
Brocaded Velvet Wraps
Draped evenlrt" wrsps of brocade or moire chiffon wlvtt,
la black, smethyst, tsupe or white ; handsomely lined.
Heretofore $69.50 to $79.30
Original Model Wraps
Handsome evening wrsps one of a kind of brocse
or chiffon velvet, plush or chsrmeuse;s number trimmd
with rich run. Heretofore $98.50 to $145.0
WILL CLOSE OUT FRIDAY
135 Misses Evening Gavvns
Of chiffon over charmeuse, also embroidered net,
crystal and flower trimming. 14 to 20 years.
Heretofore $18.50 to $29.50
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