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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY .). 1918.
REVERSED. BUT ITS
Loses on Rate Decision, Still
Has Power to Review Acts
of Commerce Board.
KILLED AFTER QUARREL
OVER GAME OF CARDS.
LUMBER HRM ASKS
TVAflHINOTON Jen. - MWM
the Corpn'pni' Court, 'he tur'f"m. -rur;
10-da v'-ntilttr.l the ordi r of t -. Inter
atate Cotntneree Commission fo r n ct 1
tlMi rates from New Orlean Id Mobttl
ml ether AJab&ma Interior nnlnls to
The i. story advocated by the ChrVOfn
fiient that the Interstnts OeeMMfOS
Commission has absolute Jurisdiction
over evidence In rate i-.iset to the
eclulrn of the courts, partic ularly the
'ommerre Court, was BtrVdk down by
IBS Supreme Court tn SeCtSISB tliat the
'omnierre f'ourt hud a tlKht to MUUBlM
a claim that there aiu no relevant
evldenru presented to the Commission
upon which It SOtlM liave based Its
order In thin cane.
.imti.'c Lurton, itMvnclns the opin-
lOH tO'day, said an examination of
Startdtei flowed that In a MM wherein
hearing had been granted by the
UtfUMMIaalon or where no substuntl.il
r. Idem had tteen put Into the rri-orrt,
.if SOurl COtlM rcllmv t;ir COMUMlM"
BMM'd Ordvr and evidence,
lie held tli.it the Commerce Court
eju'd review the urder In this OflMa to
t.oa If an) substantial SV 'ence hfid boon
p i do.-. .1. ti.. Supreme court docUhid,
ROWeVSr, the Com-nerve Court bad erred
In finding non. bad baen presented.
The i a-.- Involved a COfttOdt between
Ik Intafaats Cgmroercs Commission and
th" CoRtmer 'ourt. It ale attra ted
attention net KUM a letter ron'ernlnR
ihe tase, t linn tii" name of former
.lu !e Ar.-hbild. then of the Commerce
t'errt, and written to a railroad Attorney
Mt ihe ii ne the ludffl MM preparlne Hi"
Court's opinion. was made Ilia baald Tor
one of th rnajlr In the !npHi liinent
BfOCeedlnas (Bin) Mm.
Italian ACCitd Of Sh inline Hi- He-:
.it Haskell. N. J . S .uht by
PATMMOMi N J., 'an. It. T -
lice are lookln foi Krnnk CSPOSli an
Italian of HmMI. who II MCOUMd of
havhiK killed tIM l.y. M "f that di e
Inst nlRbt n'ler a quarrel over tar's
The name MM plaved In Lyons' hollte
nnd broke up In a rOW. Lyons le't the
house wllh a relallve who lives aooiit
a quarter ol' a mile ava Mild CMpoal
went to nle kOMMHM Sottas
CBPOdl MM rnllmted In I. il I
daughter, arba h.KI feen the quarrel .111 I
who fenrel for her fat Wffl Safel)
Y!ien she Ml Gaped! WIMIIII down fi im
his room she tried to hold Mill In I I
houte, but It said Hint lie knocked her
down and ShOUtOd "Look out that I
don't shoot you for yotlf father '
Cajioel It en went t.i a amall brldtfe
over "Vhlch be knew LftNM would have
to pit en tin hid way home. WV.eii I. yon
appeared Cpjiosl, tt li rlmrjced. Invited
him to fto around to the reds' of JlS
bonrdliiK house for h talk and there
MUMlMpfl d retolver KKriltiHl l.vou.-t lnt.i.l
LEGAL RELIEF FROM
itlque L lllppeMMte ramlture an I piano l:rrpir,g d.i.-k for the peace of mini of
tio. Hie "SplRx.ity" ad nli.lti atlon fot I ihe ItfMy .nen. Wiien the a in ehlnen
htUV and had a .hlploitrt tf the mahOK-1 a'n aext aurtimer somebody In Jerrey
anv cut aii 1 MMl north ns nti f IBMfrlMII I II 'o.n to iiear i!ie nole.- of ten th.u
lal ev at rMlWIill : :r. thlnf on a ' sand MMhNltlM NtMl
Ijtinfll product. The A-i irll Veneer I Now the Astoria Venet r Mllli Com
' Mills I'lintiii. t.'l to si. ;, tlo IhlptOUd Pah pinvs t int juatl e rele th-n
I ink. "ii other! I'nt nilubt fallow I ft' ai tae contra t of malntalnlna; a bill
Wood, Then Were Shipped
health) Panama beetle, who eats
IHMhOfJMMy as a Hcot -hinan does hla
bngirls. and bee, nes a MTnndfitther In n
mlniltOi Is the chief tlijure In a lawsuit
iMhfMM to-day before Jiint-e lllackmat
in H;iedal Tenii of the gueens County
ttpeamo Court, Long Island city.
BCO DM of this little brown bnither
with tin titate foff hnrdnods. the As
toria Veneer Mills Company It sulna;
the dytnd nian s h'-art.
FIRE SPWRS FOR
TIN first! INinSt(nil1Ml nrr!i1 on July 1H.
THE BEETLES HAD SOME APPE
TITE. THEY DID.
T.ie hardwood hud lain In the Aatoria
va'ds Just a month when soruet'i ng
" began to happen Tills aomethlng afe
i . . the furin : beetles.
Cm. una BCCtlCS Mt Up lheir Rry p:,..inK hour of t:.e hoi jud
dais saw a multiplication of lilt
beetlei. They swarmed out of hole 1.1
the Panama tries like tenement daoll
ei at an alarm of lire. Tiiey wlnge.l
tblr way to other sections of Cip yard
nnd devel'.ped un acqu.re.l taste for
celar and other rare wocula not of their
own lime Not only did they n. gln
to munch on pretty nearly every thin"
about the yards of the Astoria Venet t
Mllli that looked like a nod but Ihey
spread to the nearby lumber ards and
The neat little brown In "ties coulu
eat their way through a cedar hoard
In a day, leaving tkd ground plan for
a thriving family behind them: they
vouid bur., a hula In a roaewuod slab al-
moit as quickly a a gimlet, they ate
mahogany aa a main ouree and took
In aoft pine as a lalad, topping off with
a doml-tasse of roofing papar.
THE BUGS ARE ALL. SHIPPED
OVER TO JERSEY.
Whe.ii the heatlaa were Increaalnc the
bug population of Astoria by the tens
or thousands In a day, the veneer man
ufacturers grew deaperate. They
steamed all of their own lumber to
kill th larvae, and then they bundled
the whole ahlpment of Panama ma
b csx any log onto lighters and ahlpped
It to aome place on the Jeraey roiat,
the exact location of which tbey are
and tired. A IMMM bullet MM SMI IMI I A Mogggf K..n, ahip hrrrtters. nf
caposl Ibd a't : N" ' llrond street, for the cancellation
ol a c'inttact, entered Into last June,
Mhtrohj a ahlplOMd of Panama ma-
nogany gained et-irage rtMim In the
ynrils of the veneer plant over In As
toria Dmitmmm of from tin.oou tois.oon,
to b- n recused by the court, a Lao are
gghtd by the veneer manufacturing
1 Hume time mbo, when certain Amerl
; ana brought to Ihe attention of the
OtfVdrnMMHI of Panama the faot that
I tboUMinds of uctes of mahogany, within
I the rontlnea of the little republic, were
IdOOOrMtlBI a tropical Jungle, when they
. ghOUM !" converted Into genuine an-
HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN.
Team Caught by Henry Woo.lrufT,
W'hn Is Dngld for Twenty
Iluinlied. nf chool children IIIIIHllI
Into doorways when a team of hone.
bitched to a Long Island Knprea. wag in
nnd driven by Thomas Smith nf v tm
PfO POOl place ilaso.-d through Wasn
Ington avenue, rrookl. n, htdl Punl.
Urbool No. II. a few IMtntltvl n.fore '
The runaways swelled OH Iht sid -ve.tlk
nt ilreene avenui and rlpptd III
Iron feni e of the lintel M.i.usk ftMfd
Us base, doing M .lirnag" A block
further on the swnylng Mgon .-aught
the Iron fence In front Of Henry H'u .1
ruff'l home. No. W Wgahlngton ai emie.
and caused f?i damage Mr. MTOOd
ruff waa leaving his home. As t.n
horaes airmailed the fence be grabbed a
bridle, and after being drasged twenty
feet brought the team to s stsndstlll
Policeman Patrick Carey of Ihe Clare
mont elation, llrooklyn. Hopped n iMtn
of runaways attarhe.1 tn n wagnn owned
l.y Thonar Co. of No, SW Dd Kain
avenue and driven by .Indus Mates nf
No. 71 ttearv atreet The pollOfffldll waa
dragged forty feet ami his uniform cut
UN THE FiaiiT AGAINST
TIME AND TUBE
THK MODIORN IVUMAN'S HTUK.NC1T1I 1
" BEAUTY'S GUARDIAN"
Hits delicately fragrant, anolhlng, emollient rejuvenates a
HftB I'Sfili muddy romplealon, and tniau the victory
or Time and I Ida a dim vlalon of ihe rut ore.
Omo appUoaUoa gaakM aa lmpreremeat;
A waak'i ayatamaUe nae a traaaf ormatloB.
Bttr than cold cream uicd th aama way
AT Vtll'R I iKI"' i SIHT'H, Ii' CtMAPIIlBlTHBBII,ISCKNTM
mJM The Smoothest Tobacco
Wired, They Exploded Wto
Plames Reached Them
New "Fire Powder."
riars the Rallea MerMarO. with all UM
latsst ssprssslna devices, arwe dMBO.
Nomelhlaa Rallnlf New. a revelatlaa la
Ike pisvsr fisia. Mmplea al the work
shown at our warerooma.
30 West 20th St.
STRICH & ZEIDLER
I'lann aad Plater Manafaetareea.
halpa to maka a good moal
battar. It givaa an ap
patizing flavor to soups ,
maats, fish and salads.
Grocers and Delicatessen Stores,
lit A BOTTLE
R.Pritctad. Maker. 941 Spring t..N.Y.
OlttCAOO, Jan ?. - "OdaOllni siu
e;iges" w.-re need to snrend Incendiary
Iters by members of t!ie alleged ' areou
ring." aOCOrdltl t.i testlmnny pr.sented
to xtstes Attorney Hoym to-lay. in!
one (Ire, It waa said, a score of sausage
aklns fi led with gasoline acre strung "n
nlres. Th.' 'gasoline hauiag-ei ex
ploded whan Dm lire roachad th. m ami
spread the llamea.
1 1 A new ohomlonl proparattoti known as
Nol .1 NUn ll UndCr SIX rtC InU I "An pontdtr" als.. MM I used by the al-
uij ii ... r,u' r,,.i lagad "flrabuga" In atartlng the inoandl
l Mir ( aombined 'Length Exceeds . M:)I, , T111 .PI,..g,... ,.,,.1,1,-1 ,
T., ku 77 Uui ' aliened "tlrenug " to be several miles
LONGEST CREW ON RECORD
ON NEW UNITED FRUIT SHIP.
BcdMdd bring the newi t addition to I
the fleet or t. e United Fi-uit Compgnr.
Ihe Pa-d.,r.-. vibloh silN for West In- j
iii" 1 rts next Saturday, had thi i:s-i
tlnctlo-i af h.n wig a rrwW whose com
bund b-iigili la .1st TT feet and 6 Imhei
Inusai tb in t.e craft brrself. With the
exception of Capt. Henahaw. who la a
mere trill-- of Rl c-fnot-slx or so, not one
of the altltudtnoUl mariners nf the Pas
torrs Is less t-.Ln idx feet In height
TJie Pastoies was built in lltdfaat, i
from ahl.M I t li" aal'ed last wee. :
arnvlns here eaterdav. The ski -
ggrgptng i it mm ptoked from enrh of
the mi vaattta ot Ihi company'! flitt; I
but ro skipper of Wooiaort!, Building !
proportlnns could be found. The com- j
pane did the best they c.mld. Iiniio'i, I
liy digging up a tlrst ofle cr Who ! sIn
faot and four inches tall.
Just to fill out the picture ti-.e llrat
peroons to engnce PMSdUl 'or the 1
shlp'e m lldcn voyagi were two KafldMI ',
Clt." honev niiNin.-rs tiamcu Hantb-rH. Mr.
Banders Is ' . lect and a hdlf In height,
whll.) hie bride rtMOhM bis shoulder.
SHERIFF ToTEAR ETTOR.
nwiiy fra.-n tin
building before the lire
to'll KM Ilrhatr on -iiboinae If II
"in nnds Violent.
When .loeepb BttOT and Arturo
OlovannlttJ take the platform to night
to debate at Carnegie Hull, every word
that they utter will be heard by Sheriff
llarh igrr and about thirty of hla
deputlee The subject o' the de.bnte.
to be held Under the auspices of the
fntercolleclaie Soclullat Society, is to
he Mhethtr or not enbntage Is Justtfla
hla. and tin- thalM eald that the af
firmative of such a 'lUcstiun would ba
argued very weakl ur not nt all.
H" Mid that If Deacelul rddUddtd did
not stop tin advocation nf violent sen
timents he would arrest both the
apeakers. The Intercollegiate jhs iety
had arranged the debal" long before
JCttor had made his speech In whl-di
fig wbn tUOtdd us advlhlng the Unit
ing Wiilters to maka persons who pat
ronise reitaurarrtl feci ungafa whta
thev ate food sened "iy undeispa.d
Old ilomliilon Hall.
Employees of the Old Jlomlnlun
Hteamiblp Company will bold their an
nual ball at the New Star Casino, Ona
Hundred and SaVtnth street and Lex
ington avenue, on Ian. H" Thn com
mltte conilltl of Maniel W. Callughan.
Purnnd '. Johnstone, Irwin Horry,
Thomas M. Iloylan. Knyinond llbersole,
Rdnard built, Alexander K. Frontera.
Bdward U Hyruff. William K. Caahen
and I'blneas T. Bates.
Tell How They Suffered and
How Lydia E. Pinkham's
Restored Their Health
and Stopped ail Pains.
Zaneivillc, Ohio. "I would havo
cramping spells, diitressetl feeling in
trie lower part ol my
back, headaches and
felt weak and was
very irreRular. Af
ter taking five boU
ties of l.ydia E.
ble Compound with
Liver Tills for con
stipation, 1 felt well
and strong and have
no more female
troubles. I bono
every suffering woman will give your
medidne n trial. I give you permission
to publish what your remedies have
done for me." Mrs. Roy Simms. K.
No. 6, Box 34. Zaneaville, Ohio.
What Ten Dollars Did.
Danville, Va. " I have only spent ten
dollars on your medicine and I feel so
much better than I
did when the doctor
wm treating me. I
don't suffer any
bearing down pains
at all now and I sleep
well. I cannot say
enough for I.ydia V..
ble Compound and
Liver Pills as they
have done so much
for me. 1 atn enjoy
ing good health now and owe it all to
your remedies. I take pleasure in tell
ing my friends and neighbors about
them."-Mrs. Mattib Haley, 601 Col
quhone Street, Danville, Va.
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psMdrssaTTM W III . 1 1 a T ir1 r Sd
PRE INVENTORY SALE
Prior to stocktaking; Me have reduced
nil discontinued and odd pieces of
furniture 50 per cent.
H .00 a week opens
J- an account
$ ";:wu $50
S " 75
Homes i urn sure L rh - g . v
3 n,.u. 44.i.aS W -V.
4 75.o, mww
"Ti Hrlle lor Our New (alalorme
19.98 Onr I rerlii Terms Apply Alto to H r-.lrlii vl r Co.
1 iiito.il I
V .1 r-il y'-"'
"Harvard Mills" Underwear for Women
Much Excellent Hosiery for the Family
At Savings of 30 to 50 Per Cent in the
January Clearance Sale of
HOSIERY and UNDERWE.AR
It is a most unusual thing to be able to offer such famous and favorite Under
wear as the "Havard Mills," for which we are sole distributors in New York, at
such savings as those of this January Clearance Sale.
But it is the most important item among the Women's Underwear, as we took
the mill's surplus at a great concession.
Good fortune is equally apparent for men, women and children who need new
supplies of hosiery in the magnificent special lots that we have secured for this event.
Plenty of all these for tomorrow:
Women's Knit Underwear
Harvard Mills and other makes, including Clearance from our own stock. Vesta, Drawers,
J ights and Union Suits, though not every style at each price
60c Vests, Drawers and Tights at 28c
75c and 86c Vests, Drawers, Tights and
Union Suits st 60c
11 and 11.26 Vests, Tights and Union
Suits st 66c
66c Vests and Tights at 46c
$1.26 Union Suits at 86o
$3Union8uits at $2
f 1 Merino Vests at 66c
$2 Union Suits at $136
12.76 Venetian Silk Vests at $1.96
Men's, Women's and Children a Hosiery
A ftreal supply of Silk Hosiery of excellent quality ; also staple shorts of cotton and lisle tnread.
Men's $1 to $1.60 Silk Socks, 66c Pair
Men's $1.60 to $2.26 French Silk Socks, 96c Pr.
Men's 60c and 66c Silk Socks, 28c Pair
Men's 60c Silk Lisle Socks, 28c Pair
Men's 36c Lisle and Cotton Socks, 22c Pair
Women's $1.36 to $2.60 Stockinrs. 86c Pr.
Women's $1 & $1.26 Silk Stockings, 66c Pair
Women's Silk Lisle and Miack Cotton with
Maco Split Soles at 22c pair ; 6 pairs for $1.2$
Women's 60c Lisle Thread Stockings. 28c Pr.
Children's 36c Stockings, 20c Pair
Exceptionally Fine Under muslins
At $3 and $3.75
In the White Sale Tomorrow
h i y
These picturesque cre
ations of batiste and
Swiss, which are quite
profusely trimmed with
laces and ribbons, are to
be disposed of at 50c,
76c, $1.60 and $2.26,
because they are slightly
mussed. They were $1
to $4.50, and more.
It is tlifficult and rather unfair to discriminate in this Sale,
for we worked, and succeeded in getting the most value-giving
garments at each of the many prices, from 60c to $160. However,
these new &i and $8,75 Unoermuslins, which we shall add to
the Sule tomorrow, warrant us in making them.
A Special Feature Tomorrow
That quality is so fine in every detail that it is truly remark
able we are sure will be your opinion.
And styles are new and unusually charming Kver so many,
The 1'rinr-As slip, with almost invisible yoke and shoulder straps
of ihsdoa iaf.
Tbd Emplro NiglitKown, thai is simply adorned with double rows
of ribbon-run luce beading.
The Psttlmat whose front panel rMV be worn slashed or fastened
iili liny H'isrl buttons, which are uite Invif'.bls amid lure ruffles.
The Petticoat with inverted panels of pleal. lace to give fulness at
l he foot .
The ChomisPantaloon, thai looks like a fhemiae, yet alsij forms
drawers. Psitdni in the back.
imitation Mohemian, hand-croeheted Irish, other thread laces,
dainty stnbraUsriss and luutd-bHariUtdhing give the real beauty to
thin lingerie. Second Floor
Chafing and Tea Aprons
of fine lawn ano doited Swiss,
daintily trimmed with em
broideries and laces. Also
Parlor maids' Aprons.
At 60c to $2.26, Were 86c
New for Tomorrow
$2 Imported Cotton
Eponge $1.25 Yard
48 and .rl in. wide, in
favorite 1'aris colorings, in
cluding ivory, tan. rose, helio
trope, cadet blue, navy blue
and gray Mouglit from a
well-known Paris firm, at
much below regular prices.
Simply Irresistible! Prices Are So Much
Lowered and Styles So Attractive
Women'a Evening Gowns, $25 to $37.50, Were $32.50 to $65
Chiffon Dancing Frocka, $15, Were $22.50 and $25
Imported Models at Lowered Prices Re&rdless of Cost
Fur-trimmed Velvet Dresses, $37.50, $42.50 and $55,
Were $55 to $90
Women'a TaUored Suita, $15, Were $25 to $29.50
Corduroy, Broadcloth, Wool CordoUne and Diagonal Cheviot.
Tailored Suits, $19.60; Were $30 to $37.60
Velour do Laine, CordoUne. Diagonal Cheviot, Velveteen and Broadcloth
rur-trimmed Broadcloth Suite, $19.60; Were $37.60
Women'a $40 to $76 Model Suite, $26 to $60
Imported EveningWraps, $47.50, $65 & $85
Were $76 to $160
Brocaded Velvet, Matelaase, Satin u,.d Brocaded Charmeua.
Velour du Nord Coats, $29.50 to $66; Were $46 to $165
Black Velveteen Coats, $19.60 to $27.50; Were $29.60 to $40
Tur-th.nmed Zibeline Coats, $26; Were $42.60
Striped Chinchilla Coats, $19.50; Were $40
Striped Boucle Coats, $26; Were $40 Third Floor
THREE IMPORTANT SALES NOW IN PROGRESS
In the Gimbel Subway Store
The Entire Stock of Carpets from a Well-Known and
Prominently Located New York Store
Sold to GIMBEL BROTHERS at Half Ha Value
The Biggest Carpet Event and the Lowest Prices in All the
Subway Store's Carpet Experience
Aim Rugs Made from These and Other Carpets
At Half Usual Prices
Thie ii Wing held on the Iym-er Floor ol ihe Subway Store. In addition to the regular l upf i section there
is extra apace, (our aisled rn.uure, and a double force nf 01 niie'.crit sajeemen tor thin cccuaion.
A Few Quotations Exemplifying the Assortment and Value in This Sale
As mlniteri, Eavonnerie and extra quality Car
peta, 11.60 grade, at 76c
Saxony Aiminiteri; these high-grade Carpete,
1.36 grade, at 68c yard.
Velvet Carpets. fl.fO grade, at 7(c yatd.
Best Tapeetry Brussels Carpets, SI. 16 grade, st 16c
latra quality Tapestry Brussels Carpets, 61 grade,
at 60c yard.
Quantities are very larpe
and there will be plenty led
(or thoee who were unable
to attend the first day of the
sale. Subway Lower Floor,
Fine Brussels Carpets, 80c grade, atdOeyd.
Ingrain Carpets, 70c grade, at 36c yard.
Carpet Remnants- in half yard, 1 yard
and 1 1 yard lenrths, 60o totl grades, at 26c,
60c, 76c each.
Tapestry Brussels Ruga, Sal9 ft., 1S grades
Axminster Rugs, without borders, 8x12
ft., $24 grade, at $11.60.
Special lot." odds and
end -which include Cocoa
Mm tings. Heir.nants, etc.,
and carpets in widths of half
a yard to one yard.
Worth 6c to Tic, to be
clored out at 16c yurd.
Semi-Annual Sale of Dress Goods Remnants
At 38c and 48c a Yard, Instead of 75c to $1.50
0?or 20,000 Yards of Black and Colored Dress Ooods 2 to 6 Tarda in Bach Fleoe
A Feature of This Important ?slo will ba the
disposal of 600 Dress Lengths of beautiful all-wool
end silk-nrid-wool fabrics, in blacks und rolorH, us
well u mixtures; $4.60 f.r each length, instead oi
$7.60 lo $10.
This Sale mean the cloaing out of all Odd
Id m nam a and Pattern Ix-ngtha accumulated
within six busy aelling months, including many
thousand, of yards bought from manuiucturers
und jobbers at less than OBSt to wer.ve.
Nearly ihe whole of t he :Hin) Street side of the Subway Store Kalconj is devoted to
this Sale. Special Booths with large atlditional staff of competent salesmen.
THIS GREAT COLLECTION OF REMNANTS INCLUDES Storm Serges -Coating
Serges Striped Sergei SutttHgs Cheviots Prunellas Basket Weaver -Diagonals Homespuns-
Shepherd decks H hpnrJ; Hairline Serges 'StcUuM Woolen I 'odes Crepes
Crantte Cloth Plants Mohairs Henriettas X'ovelies Pawnas Wool TajjetisCanvas
Weaves--Poplins ZtbelttttS- English ''needs Albatross - Batistes (irenadines. ete.
January Clearance Sate of Footwear Mow in Progress, subway Balcony.
THIRTY -TH I RD ST.
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