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WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1913
STORY CAUSES FIV
Henry C. Freeman, an Adjuster,
I (ears He Is Wanted and
tUff, his pleading was postponed until
8tetn waa (aknn befor the Qraml
Jury, whre he spent most of the day
repeating the oonfesMlon he had mtdi
to Assistant IMstrtct-Attorney WHIer.
Bsventesp witnesses. In 'nJiiu flrrmen.
policemen, fire marshals .mil tenants
svcher (Ires have ocouitrd are to fol
low "Iny the. Painter" In testifying be
fore the (Jranrl Jury.
NEWMARK WITHDRAWS DEMUR
RER TO HIS INDif.TMENT.
K i in Xewmark, one of the firs ad
justed last week, was arrajfned to-day
before Justice Uoff. Ills attorney, Mor
ris Uottlelb, withdrew the demurrer
j which waa filed M Friday to the Indlot
I ment, and his client pleaded not guilty.
' Newmark la out on tl.ooi) ball.
Get Rid of
If Your Stomach It Lacking in
Digestive Power, Why Not Help
the Stomach Do Its Work 7
Not with drugs, but wtth a lejBjfSfOt
msnt of dleestlve stent, such as sre
naturally st work In the Slosaaetsi Helen
(IN I analysis shows that digestion inquires
pepsin, nltrtMenoti.s ferments, Sfi'1 th
srretion of hyilri.:htorlo add. When you.
food falls to iiiaest, it in proof psotuve that
seme or UstM Agents trs tscklng la yom
Five new Indictments were relurnid
tsvday in the arson conspiracy. Abra
ham Bohllrhten. one of the men In
fitted, waa already under arrest, and
other Hawy C. Freeman-hearing
that tie was to be Indicted, surrendered
the District-Attorney. Ilench war-
raarta ware laoued by Judge RoaaUky
ter tha other three men Indicted.
Piaaiian la n adjuster, with offices
Mt No. IS William street and living- at
10. M Wast One Hundred end Nlna
taanlh street. Datectlves were looking
fit him yesterday end he telephoned
laM night to Assistant DIstrlr-s-Attorney
Waller that he would give himself up
te-dy. Freeman waa Indicted on the
Statement of tetdor Stein, Who said thM
he was ana of tha principal agent In
the "arson trust"
Stsln saa Id part corroborstsd by
Martin Slngsr. formerly Freeman's con
Mantlal olerk. Singer said that he had
learned of Freeman's doubtful practices
year ago and left his employ.
AYS HE SET SEVERAL FIRES
Stein said that he a' ted ns FYeeman's
Incendiary on several oi-onelnns. Tha
apsrtfl? case he gave wns th.it of the
f)r In a tenement at No. BJ Fast One
Hundred and First street on Dec. a,
ML Abraham P"hllchten s-as s tnnnt
In tha house and It was his apartment
that was set afire at his rwjuest.
On each floor of the tenement weie
six families. Tha afternoon was tha
tlma selected for the fire ftohllchten
waa Insir 1 for lno in the Liverpool.
Iendoii and 'Uobe Insurance Cnmpanv.
sad the clnlm was compromised for !'-
As aoon as Xr Wcller heard this story
ha had SchMohten arrested. Sohllchten
confessed to his part of the fire and Im
plicated Freeman Hoth Freeman and
Kchllohten were Indh-ted for arson !n
the second degree
teln was taken from the Tombs, where
ho has been since he was brought from
Sing Sing on last Thursday and ar
raigned before Juatko Uoff In the
Criminal Branah of the Supreme Court
oo a second Indictment. Owing to the
aMenca of his attorney, Abraham j
SANG ON WAY TO EXAMS.
achlMllglrla nursed by the Regents.
Make Merrs In ( nr.
Thirty-two glrla of the newly opened
School of the Ascension, West One
Hundred and Eighth street, on their
way to take the ltegent'a exams., kept
Broadway amused to-ilay singing from
the mien window of the special car
which was torlnvlng them to Holy Cross
Softool In West Forty-second street
The pupils were less anxious about
their fate than their parents and mem
bers of the parish, who t"elt that much
AepenSOi on their passing the exnrrr
nittlons micc-strfully, as they are the
first class from the school They were
In charge of Father K. M. Sweeney,
pn'tor and Father MoOtM, one of the
HELD FOR $3 BRIBERY.
Inspector lrrsra .Man Arrases
Ticket Sprcalator Mr trressed.
In the West Side f'ourt to-diy, Charles
White of No. 4fi Haar.l street was held
without toall by Mar!strati Corrlgan on
a charge of bribery. White was ar
retted Saturdiy evening In front of
Carnegie Hall as a ticket speculator.
Policeman Patrick J. Hunt of Inspector
Lra yer's staff, awore White solicited
porsona to purchase tickets to a concert
there. According to Hunt. White, on
tha way to tho West Flfty-sevetnh
street station, asked Hunt not to press
the complaint and hsnded him three
Not far to go for
hats that go farthest in
Nine shops selling
A Dmf'n Work I fto Much Vim? I .lu
nar. Hllh m Hlomarh Kept Rich. With
Hturta lysin-p-l 1 n.ilpts.
Stiiart'a ! apepala Tableta rnntaln tha
nAurftl elmrii( nfi'mniry to .' i -i and
when p'ared at work In ihr wnk turna-h
and uniRlI Intent) na aupnl' what theao
organ no 1. They It Inula ! the Kit air I
fUnda i-i gra dually brlnr ih ttlpTitlva
organ a hack to iliMr normal condition.
Htuart'a Dyapepala Tablt havvi baan
aubjectvu. to rrlilral uhrml'al - at hotn
and abroad and their rompnitton hn bean
approved by tha hlghaat authorltlta.
There M no aarret In thi pro.i.iratlnn nf
St via rt 'a Dyapapal.a Tablets. Their compn J
altlon If known amona; phvlrlana, as the i
moat popular of all reme.liea r ; indlgea
tlun, dyapapala, water braali, tnanmnta. loaa ,
of apjei It a. ml.inciolla, cnn-tlpatlnti.
'lvaantery tfra u i, hr I 1 1 iM - u-in h n
ft om linpropt r (tlaaolutlnn an.) fiairillattnn
nf fuoda, briQUir they are thoroughly ra
lliibla and hannleaa ty man or rhlld,
Stuart' lypepU Ttir.f are ao!d by
.ill drugfflata at 19 0MM a box and ara at
on i-a a aafr an I a pnwrrul remedy, one
train of the .tciiv prlnclp'e In theac tab
lata being atrong enough (by teat to digest
S. 000 grains of steak, eggs ,ind iher
foods. Htuurt's Dyappsla Tablet will dl
rrat your fond for you when your stomach
lKi Bnalirir i Hrsa.laf
tw..'. Hoia'lMay HK lro4vtwsty tl U-
Ml Umadwsy IIP? Ilrlway .17 Naeaau at.
MLT BIMX-Kl.YS 8TOHK.
A71 P'nlton st.. Hpoalta CHj Hall
W. L. DOUGLAS
34 &4 Shoes
For style, fit and wear
W. L. Douglas shoes
re unequalled at the
price. Thev are the
stanasrd of quality
Slorsi In GtMttr New York :
SS Nsjmsii Ntrsst
7V. liro.vlwny. cor. sih at.
;.. Itros.lwsy, ran Isth t.
1.'40 lln.s.l y. ear, Mlh Hi.
h.'b iirosaesr, I U:i.
m l Ave.,hfrSoth t.
HMM Ae..nesr H1 St.
teiM ..c(ir. lsh 8t,
T TlUrS ATniie s"l Kiilton BttMSt.
Rlghlh Areims. ?o iu 710 Itiosilwsy,
Si l.iKlnlt At., near 41. IW7 llrosilsniy.
J-Ji West icilli Hlrret. 7I tth As , cor. 1 II It Hu
'" i Brusd ii. 17J I'ltkin Assnue.
MISSES AND GIRLS
Advance Spring Models
Many Copies of the Latest French Designs
KJEW, frtih, authentic and scarcely from the maker. We had hoped
1 to have them here .n tim; for our opening, but they are hen
now to trace the wo .drrful thawing, which, in the two short
weeks sine; our first birthday, has caused many hundreds of delight
ed women to exc aim: "At at I liav. found that 'different sort' of
shop where real tast; go.s hand in hana with sei.sible pr.ccs."
We shall price tlu-se advance models, because of our delayed dpen
ing, at such ow figures as will especially attract many, many more
wome i to com . and get happily acqua.nted.
Rem- mbor also that evry Winter garment here is fresh ard new,
in direct co trost to the carriec'-ov r and shopworn season's accunm
at one at all urront sales. And that our prices are lower on new
oods than are any pr.ccs e sewh.re on old goods. Here are five sug
gest ons of hosts of except onai offerings:
CHARMINGLY pretty accordion pleated, sunburst Dresses of fine toft
silk in navy blue. Yoke of hand made lace; reveri daintily trimmed
with tiny pearl buttons. Intended selling price $35. Special price..
Kxceedingly smart Suits of silver gray faille cloth. Cleverly fitted coat; very newest
panelled effect back. Large self cloth-covered buttons. Handsomely lined with
satin. wen urapca siiirr. ouus wiucn exemplity the "swing and
"difference" of tailoring done by men Intended selling price $42.
Mannish Suits with vest. Of fancy blue men's wear serge of fine quality. Smartly
cui raai, umHinci.uii nog. i.uusr ui satin appuqurd wiln lace. Vest of
' andsomr brocaded sutin. An "all-together" that wilt appeal to the
cleverly tasteful woman. Intended selling price $45. Special price. ...
Bxcrptionally modish and smart suits which ingeniously combine "dash" and dainti
ness. Black eponge vertically striped with very narrow lines of white. Very man
nish and yet sufficiently feminine because of the severely plain tailoring. g
Lined with soft silk. Pearl buttons. Prettily draped skirt. Fancy collars,
hand embroidered, if desired. Intended selling price, $45. Special pi ice.
Elaborate suit of faille cloth. New cutaway coat, trimmed with braid. Collar of
white, watered moire, with reversol hand-painted cut velvet. Large pearl
buttons. Smartly tailored skirt, shirred to give a slightly draped effect.
Intended selling price, $6o. Special price
I H I
Uoiif. A delightfully heuutiful collection
" eaassass ,,.mni;f.n9 i ,.,,.., .u: i rw.i.
mm ...S...J v..v iltlll. Ill UCW ISISILS) I I 1111111 1 1 1 g9
gj- and colorings, including dressy waists of chiffon
T " v.unr. uanu-maae lingerie; also siik siurts.
of exclusive models.
Fulton Street at Flatbush Avenue, BROOKLYN
Conienisnl ts the Nsrins I trsst Subwaj biprcss Statisn
"Better Goods for the Satm
Meet Nc-althe Ibuntain
Money or the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere"
J . B.GREEN HUT, Pres.
18 to 19 Straets
Complimentary ij&C Stamps
As rr.iny teis as are rtasonably required
for books unftllcj -a ill be aivtn. Dia
ritiution in Premittni Parlor, Third Floor,
(iREF.NHUT Bttilding. tomorroi.. Only 100
complimentary stamps good In any on book.
Amazing Bargains for Women
rafss iu im
Mr W UUUK
In Our Sweeping H PA
Clearance, at . 3"
Your unrestricted choice of the following lines:
Formerly priced to $25
Formerly priced to $22.50 Formerly priced to $19. 50
All our own goods; and that is your best guarantee that the
styles, the materials and the workmanship are desirable The valua
tions quoted are our own former regular selling figures.
A Brief Summary of the Assortments
Is Printed Here
made of serges,
mannish mixtures and
are made of handsome
draped voiles, beaded
chiffon over white and
colored mess aline,
serge, corduroy and
are made of chinchillas,
faced cloths, two-toned
cheviots and boucles,
sturdy tweeds and
We illustrate a coat and suit (selected at random from our large and
varied assortment) for style-example only. All sizes from 32 to 44, but
not all sizes in every style.
None sent c.u.D.oron approval. No mail or telephone orders filled.
(MAIN SuMsDns, Pleat Floor.)
( Tuesday) Only
I0r New Seeded Raisins Musca
tels; Trio" brand; full-
site package Oc
I MAIN Building. Third Fleer.t
35c Kallnr 27 inches wide; full
line of newest Sprint col- A
on; yard JLC
(MAIN BullsUst. Msls Finer 1
7Se Glace Glovea for woman;
black and colore; AA
(MAIN BaiMlai. Msls Fleer.l
74r Hemmed B learned Maslia
NhrsMs for full-sited A Q
beds; soft finish; each . . 40C
(MAIN BulMlat, Msln Fleer.)
tl le $1.50 Elaborately Embroid
ered Voile and Rallne Flouadaga
-45 and 54 inches wide; 1A
(MAIN BufUini. Main Floor )
98r Imported China Berry and
Salad Howls assorted shapes
and rich decorations; in
i r.HFFNHur BinMina. Msln FVssw.)
(No mail, telephone or C. O. D.
orders filled on the above extra
specials. Quantities limited.)
The celebrated La Resista Unbreakable Spirabone Cor
setmade in three distinct models, suitable for the slenaer,
the medium and the stout figure.
(MAIN Building, First Floor )
MAIN BUILDING 77
Now we miroauce me
The very kind of a hat for im
mediate wear. Ideal for shop
ping, afternoon, motoring, etc.
A close-fining turban made of
inu'ine; silk velvet is brought
around the edge and finished
with a large, stylish bow in front;
most popular colors; also black.
This latest addition is the
smartest of the season,
(MAIN Bulldlnf, First Floor.)
MAIN DHL DIM
A one-day special, tomorrow, in
which we offer several hundred
Eitticoats of this famous make,
ainty striped effects, with deep
(MAIN Burtdiaa. Fbw Floor.)
Young Men'a "Senior Brand Col
lege Clothes" values to $1 A
$20. at MU
Plan") and Player- Pianos
Women's S3 and $.1.50 SI ETA
Shoea, at J.JU
Detail In Today' Journal)
General Clearance Sale of Odd Pieces and Sets of
Immense Assortments. Inrludina -
CADCia.DU l IfcK DISHES,
BREAD TRAYS, SANDWICH
TRAYS. CASTERS, BON BON
DISHES and innumerable other
articles, including all that remain
of our Sheffield quality trays,
Your Choice at an Average
of i Former Prices
Added Bargains in Heavily Silver-Plated Ware
I?g.-Sr?wr;c,ch. .; 5c Dinner Forlt each lOe
each Dmtt Qc j Dinner Knirea-plain only; JQ
Please Come Early. Tomorrow
'MAIN Bullsf, Msln Floor.)
Two Book Bargains!
"The Fact Book"
An Invaluable Book of Reference on Every Q
Current Subject Publisher' Price $5;
Here's a book that should be in every library, public
and private. In the home it will ettle many a disputed
question, and in the school it will form a valuable addition to
the reference library.
There is hardly a question the answer to which cannot
be found in its pages.
Webster's New Century Dictionary
Publisher's Price $2; Our Price .
This edition of Webster is particularly intended for the httsy stu
dent, and for people requiring an authoritative dictionary which is up-to-date,
and of a convenient form and size; it Is bound in half-leather
nd Thls"dictionary is not published by the original publishers of
Webster's Dictionary, nor by their successors.
(MAIN Building, Fourth Floor !
Also Upholstery Fabrics,
Portieres and Couch Covers
At Economy Prices
Another Big Store event tomorrow, in
which you can purchase fresh, new goods in
the latest approved designs at great price
savings. Here are some of the items:
$7.50 Irish Point Lace Curtain- with heavy f fa
borders of lace in all-over effects; pair.. . O.OU
$.1.75 Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains in several new
and dainty floral designs, mounted on IO fA
heavy double-twisted net; pair .DU
12.75 Novelty Net C ur tains Hn white or Arabe color;
geometric and scroll patterns, smartly ap- 1 1 r(
pliqtied on net; qair l.DU
11.75 Nottingham Lace CwtaJne In splendid $1 er?
copies of rich and costly laces; pair Jlss0
$6.60 Figured Armure Portiere with handsome gas
tapestry borders ; pair J
$1.75 Tapestry Couch Covers with newest $1 naa
Persian designs; at luilD
$3.75 Figured Damask large range of colors ; JCQ
$2.75 Tapestry -new designs suitable for $f Qr
furniture and wall covering; yard l.0
' fiREENHUT BuiVdms, First Floor.)
Final Sellina Prireat
Linoleums & Oilcloths
From Thos. Potter & Sons
Hundreds of Piece tor Your Choice
These linoleums and oilcloths comprise
the short lengths which we purchased under
price from the concern mentioned above
immediately after the explosion and fire in
their Philadelphia mills.
Lengths Sufficient tor 2 to 3 Rooms
All of standard make at prices that are to
be seen only in a sale brought about by
unuaual conditions like these.
WIDTH VALUE A So. YD
2 yards 50c and 60c 28c
2 yards 50c 35c
2 yards 60c 44c
value .tOc ! 4500 yards; value .Hfc a
If square hard; An
iwt at sfiOc
value J5c a square yard; n
and 35c a sq
J500 yards ;
(GREENHUT Building. I irst Floor.)
White Enamel-Lined Refrigerators
Latest 1913 Models at Prices, in This Sale, Which Are lA to lA Less Than
the Selling Figures Will Be During May Don't Miss This Opportunity!
Thic immpnciv Annual distribution beffan this morninir and iudtrinir the results nf similar ealoc hnlA : ft ., .. .
; w" r ,. .? : . -,71 i 7 " . "- ps ana tne oirertngs
ear, there is every reason to believe that this event will be the biggest and most successful in the history of this store.
plendid boxes are made of solid ash; the ice com-
All new goods, made for regular selling for IflU
most popular styles:
"LIFT-COVER." " APART
MENT HOUSE" (with ice cham
ber door in front) and "SIDE
Each refrigerator is backed by
the broad, liberal Greenhut-Siegcl
Cooper Company guarantee.
$8.50 "Lift-Cover" Refrigerators
38 inches high, 22 inches wide,
and 15 inches deep; ice ff
capacity 50 lbs.; at O
$13.00 "Apartment House" Model
50 inches high; 21 inches
wide, and 17 inches deep; $Q
ice capacity 80 lbs. ; at , , , ff
Your choice of three
The exteriors of these
partment is of heavy galvanized iron with flu
I. I a LJ I I
s and ducts to permit a free circu
lation or pure air; the provision
chamber has a white enamel lining,
consisting of three coats of pure im
ported clay enamel, baked on steel,
thus insuring absolutely odorless and
sanitary lining. Heavy woven wire shelves;
removable waste pip. Ice rack, etc.;
- "lid brass hardware.
$15 "Apartment House" Modrl 52
inches high, 23 Inches wide, and 18
inches deep; ice capacity $5 Ha
lbs.; at IU
sin "Side-leer" Model 42 inches high;
29 inches wide, and 17 inches deep;
ice capacity 70 lbs. ; f a a
$20 "Slde-Irer" Model 44 inches high,
31 inches wide, and 18 inches $ a
deep, ice capacity 85 lbs. ; at . 14
Double G'reen Trading Stamps Before 12 o'clock - Single Stamps Thereafter ,1 g saw vork s gggggg castes j