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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
DICTAGRAPH RIGGED UP
IN COURT TO GIVE JURY
PROOF THAT IT WORKED
S-SH! DID YOU SEE IH
DANCE AT HEMPSTEAD
WAS A BEAR, THEY SAY!
CITY'S 1,650 FOOT PIER
FINDS READY TENANT
BIDDING FOR LEASE
l.aiKest Wharf in World at
.south Brooklyn Wanted by
PUPILS AND PRINCIPAL GO
TO MOVIE IN SCHOOL HOURS
I Ibrrg .! thai Ha(llnt(WI Prlnr'nal iVadv
to-day niriimpjiunl tao delegationa of
papl'g from Ma . h i d in HM no- -' I it
I Auditorium at Tenth Mrttl and Aenue
'CARNEGIE TRUST RECEIVER
to the Stati Court. In 1907, upon Iti own
application, the Carnajjte TVuit Com
pany waa deelgnated as a depository for
the money of bankrupt eatitea under
Section Si of the Bankruptcy Act. Un
der this get threi ctasies of dopoilts
were made In the designated dapoi
Korles: dejpoalta toy recolviri In hank
ruptlcy subjert to withdrawal by chevks
slgne. hy the receiver: depoilti by trus
teea In bankruptcy sulhjiet to eheoka
drawn by thl truate-. counterslgne I hy
the refrrer in bankruptcy, and dgpoilU
In couitioaition matters to the credit of
live JUOfll of t 'if, I ' nit. d Mute UgtrlUl
This elder claia of dopogltl haa been
re-ngnizid hy fin Si';eiint,-ndent of
Bank as rtpe.-isl dereislts in In it en
titled to I preference.
WINS ON APPEAL TO COURT.
The Aippellate DlvHlon of th Supreme
Court, Prealdlng Juttloa Ingraham dls-.i-ntlng,
revepaed to-day the deelokm of
Justlea Oerard In Boeolal Term dlam1a-
Ing tha complaint of Robert C. Morula
na reoelver In banlmtptry and WIIMam
Menke.1 Jr. aa trustee In bankrupfiey, In
their application lo have the funda de
poalted hy them na receiver and IfUOttl
In lianhrimtey In the f'arnegle Tni"!
i 'ominny de-dared to liave a preference
over the general creditor of the dfa
The qtnstlon waa flrat hroinrht bo fori
the I'nlt.sl Ktatea IHatrl-1 I'ourt hut
thl DMMot Judge remitted the nueailon
THINK THIS OVER
It tbtr ny bTtrt.ft thai
costs you Uu pr oup than
Sold In airtight tins onlj
It felt an Ordin.iry Picture Show,
However, but Lduational Dem
onstration Given by Boys' Cub.
Tiat tha moving pleture nim offem
wonderful rppnrfnnltli II for e fiieatlnnal
idvaTfement among tie pup'lg of the
New York pdMtC grho'da waa )t opinion
entirepaed to-d:iy hv Principal W,
trady of PuMlll Sihoo! No si. ;,,al
Tenth atreet. hetaren AVMItM II und '.
with tonia re w, Downer, Ihtparln.
tenden' of the Bofl Muh. a ho Inau
guralid the rdui-atlnnal mnvlnr fihlure
A, wlieie a prftCtlGfll do nonatration a ia
given of the yal.ie of moving pk-turea aa
a means of eduoatlonal develop. n' nl.
Laetureg were delivered In e.onjunetlo:i
with the pie t urea, the auhjoeta taken up
Including "The Kvolutlon of the Hllk
Worm." "The (IroWth 01 the Plneappb ."
'Kxperlm'tita In MlilM Air" and "
.tourney L'p Hour nlnlar."
It waa Die H al t ii' In I h" h'alory of
the BUbllO aehieda thai pnplla had at
tended a moving picture heiure during
WhMl hmira. 1'rlin lpnl lirady waa df
ride 11 v pleased lt.l the tao dOMMMpga
Beedl Heard 50 Heel Away, J W. C T. U. Ladle uc All
as Witnesses to Alleged lix
Rildd 1 p Because (he Hire
Council had I lot Doings.
Tha Aral pfMtMd Wnatratlmi aver
g van In tha Iwal wurta of Iiovr MM
dictograph wnrk waa MMMBfulil pra
mMM In Judgf Malnnr'a part of th
Jourl of Oanaral gaaalnna In-day In tha
Ti) of MiH. Fannie Din, hfM
tlr. s .- la ohartrad with attempting
10 mrt from Dr. Sinnnl Tand-
tli Of No Mi BMI Mil ttlld etia.t
UMIhh iiawaM atul 1 1hnsrr told
M Mj rUK" I dictagraph In Pr.
Tinilllrli'a home, placing the tranmlttar
hOhlnd lit "iff In Ma nfhVe and running
tha v1rca to the haaatnent. irtien they
- ancealed theniaelveg. TbWIgJh MW
dtrtagraph, they mill. they heard n rod
veraatlnn bOtWMIt lawyer roOfOM nllng
Mro. Dto and it. Tgndllrh whk p-
rar"! la rcvcl a rOtlOplrOr) to etirl
money (cm Ihe doctor,
Jodgr Malon imuM nol ;illrt Im)
ddJbKtlVOg t'i I'll what I ho hMrd ""
' It roiiJil he ihOWn to tli" lnr that
10 dlrtasr.ij i did really carry nmver.
at1fne Ar.-ordlngy i.enrge Ki-,1 and
John Ambler, I0ll00 DoOaUtHloOt lino
irjn, rmtd up ttM dictagraph ncd by
.lav... I I ami llauaer.
They placed the trOJItmlttef on Ml
hack of the Judge", i-halr and gtltHOJ
flrtjr feet of wire to a itiry room OtltOldl
tug courtroom Oarvald and llaiiarr
wrnt to the Jury room and Alaalatiint
Itlairl'M Attorney BntwlrV talked in a
onveraatlonal tone war the trana
milter. The drteiiMvea heard him llfly
faot away through tw,i Hoeed door
and fame Into tin- rnnrtioom mid ra
peated hie i-ufiv.Taatlon.
Then the tranamltter waa placed In
1h Jury roo-n and umrald and HotlOgf
atocd un the wltneaa atand wlih re
ceiver, to their eara. r.nirt Oflluat
Donohtie, .landing threa feci from thn
truuvnltter and talking In a cnrraa-: invited Imr II
nasal tone, dlrerted the inn llfty fret I Mime and dam
Tt here that new dan
Head lluah -hy!
Hmne dance conaldarahla delight'
Well, ark any of the young llempetead
hlooda who attended the unnker of the
Tiro 'nnmll In the inurilrlpa.) hulldltiir
laat MfM .Mao aak Mr a ('cleat H.
Johnaon. tha W. ".. T. f. lender, whu
made them pill a OOffOOH hefnra the
mideM ehlldie,1 at' the Mlnnola fulr
1 1 gnea thla way:
Tinn-tlildy-lddle iwhlrl -rlulch). Rum
tl-iimpty-iimp (kirk .lined).
Oh, roll-dlddy-idl-dldd.v i CMntC'
Nun It happened thai everybody
knew there waa to nr a perfectly ror
reci entertainment ;ind ainoker if the
Klre t'nunell an I M wlfa of Hie m"t
aua;ilel..tie frame nf nilhd OOUM
gl h-r nagband gitggjdtiMI. Msny
hand', did atte'id.
Hi.tne I H I dglllagfg, with pei
long Mklrie, did ligNI that g
They dgneed In the early iait nf the
eneri.liimeiit Hut. Helen, heie'a what
funaed Ihe trnulde.
OMWbOtfy paeael the Up around that
If a aele,-! few the wle nnee a'ould
linger utter tin enlei talnment aeetned
to he at nil end there might he - well
I ord to the W lae
Mil. the WhiH'l goi,. It fea- id.d
linnet And one of the lady dgftCOf a,
Wimi waa QllHg 'i realat'lde gtrgfl In
I!, uipatead. found aiiothei kind of
aklrt in the gtlHnggg rtho had lirmight
jut fion Hroiidw.iy li le wh.it Is
w n a "thg postage slump aklrt."
atli ka. anil It lg vel
I Hue.' II
r.--lu ad In area.
Una dirnpad t na akli I and ahe dan 'i d
Una dgncod an fitobiotfly that the gay
dugn of I l i e OMadll, ho had ro
in lined, told iter l, ol to he eo distant
conn- down from ro
away to hold up tnelr hands, straighten ;
ttatlr bodies, scratch their heada. bow ;
audi perform other action", which thev
dtd In ronreit. to the gregl amuaement
of Judge, Jury and apeetatoru.
he e)"rlments estaldlahed that mn
gfiationa could he heard h mesaa of
t do dictagraph through walls and closed
Igajri. Judge Mal.uie dlircted that the
. ltdence of the delectlvea na to what the
iggryir laid to Dr. Tanlll h be ad
Whi h ahe did Vcu. verily!
"Tills affair In a hint on the OJtri
I ill of MOtltUJOtluii,' said Mrs John
mi log V C T, I leader. 'Il will
pi obt d to t M hot tool '
IM hi m:iik.
Kr.ira lie RgMSg fill .taiiraal.)
"Protty nervy guy. that "
"Ktrat he ran over me, an t then tried
0 erll me OJOMg accident In. uiiiim . I
don't kivrw hut what I'll aa him next
ve. k and take out a policy at that "
The Miiinbiiig-Atnerlcan Hteamshlp
Line to-day applied to 'nmmisslmier of
Dock and Kerrlea falvln Tomklni. at
a public hearing, for lennnry of the near
e.ltv hsilll pier at Thirty-third atreet,
South Hiooklyn. Thn line waa repra.
si riled hy J. P. Meyer. Vloe-rnreftor;
ilcnrga Koetter. Hupei Intending Kngl
near, and t'apt J Jarkn, Marine ftiiper
tntandint DoBUty tock Cnmnikwloneis
CpOjOds) and tta'-nev eat -with the Toin
Billot Jflll i and there waa a large attend
aiere of pcraona Interested
The pier WOI flnlabed laat ir at a
coat of tir.T.non It Ji one of the long
est Jeiiy plets In Ilia world, being jUt
feat long and I.VI feet wide. It la IM feet
feet longer than the biggest of the Chel
sea piers need to do- k the Olympic.
Mr Meyer said his cmpanv baa plana
lo moke the (ler one if the .moat up
lo dat'- in the world. The Hue rrprrposcs
to spend IUMM In equlpltig It with paa
OtMJor .ind fi-elxtit a i.mmodattona. It
ts ln.-ndr, I,, use tike pier aa a relief
for iihos.. In ftflbokojl. Mr. Mayer anld,
however, that the line would not at
tempt to do-k their iieiw levlathlan, the
brnpef gtOTi In eVrnith Brooklyn, but
smaller hMs iwiM he berthed there.
"We have been docking ships all iwer
Ihe fggrbof,'' aald IMr. Mryrr. " and 1t
would hi- of no great benofH to lie to
have our hualnessj effected In one plae "
There were no o'i. .-fions to the eteatn
mi it p Hftg'g arrfdlnitlon and i. Vwnuvlaslnner
"I am In favor ,.f this plan, aa It will
loSiig to South lirisfklyn Hie biifrtneas of
the largest et -hip .nmpany 1n the
WOftd. This la 1lie l.,irti,irtng of the dc
lelopment of the terminal system, and
I Ntrtill is commend Chat to the llam
ErUrfl UnorlBM line Is- jclven a lease of
In lis nppllratlon the llamhurg Am
erican line offertsl a yearly rental of
$;ri,ins ,m a tesc of twenty ,.;ira, the
city having the right to revalue or ter
minate Ihe same at a given peilod.
'ommlasioiicr Tomklna has sent the
apfilicat Ion, with hi recomendntroii that
It Is IK copied, to i'io Sinking Fund of
the Hoard of estimate.
iMFKKitnvr DM WAITHi
iKmni Lki Oaetes 'rrantrrilil.l
Oilggs lost money in that stock
deal, did you'.' Sa, let nie give you a
Brlggs -No you don T No more point
ers for me What I'm looking for now
la a retriever.
IN CONNEOTK 4 WITH
Hudson & Manhattan Tube Service
A Hit a,
j( -a -1 1J
PROVIDES A SERVICE OF
REAL RAPID TRANSIT
New York, Newark, and Vicinity
224 TRAINS PER DAY
louvc from ami arrive at Park Place Station. Newark, running on
(aft woheduk connect. Newark and suburban territory with both
Downtown and Uptown New York, covering Hudson Terminal
Station downtown, and six stations from Christopher Street to
33d Street and Broadway, uptown, both inclusive,
A train every six minutes in rush hours, every ten minutes at other
hours, and frequent all-night service.
A Suburban Service Without a Flaw
". "an 0T1
to test our Ability to hold yon as a jirnnancnt customer ami also
lrove conclusively that we ure attic to make to measure a perfectly
fit pure wool suit or overcoat actual $40 to $00 values, at $11.70,
Final Clean-Up Test Sale
Consisting of Latest Fall and Winter Woolens
Also Last Season's Spring and Summer Weights
Any $40 to $60 Suit or Over
coat Made to Measure;
Perfect Fit and Absolute
lortrmrnt vntlirr onil tha umal lull in MorcfcgHl luilnring g(tar Ilia hululava han Irfl m with nn rnormi.tis
gtock of BgltlMI and Ovcrciitin(; wlmli W HUll diipoMof RBGARDLES8 OP LOSS to niaWrwuy'or our
rnormoua SprinK itmi whirh i already rr.inK' ami orodill our hlorr tpgog lo its Ogpgoity.
W All Goods Guaranteed L odtlvcly Pure Wool
During tliia grral "Tial" Sal - will tuakr no tgegOtioM as to motrriali. atylr. worKinati-liip, . to , rtr.
ou may wOBdor tlirmigh our toret ami Ink.- your ptk of uui choin- iltHoM. WoNtoda, Cbeviuta, I'w Is.
C'gaaimerrii all pattrrua, all WMgkti, ul Ill.TI.
It U your great chance to get Two or iliree hand,
aomely tailored Suits or Overcoats at the Price ol One.
I in all. il for Overcoats of goauiM lo $M mute
riali upon which mmr of our putr.ui have pui.1 .Irpoaita and t
for aonir miforoiirrn rraaon tiar faltod lo call for.
Among thrnr Ovrrcnata arc a
sonic ol t lie swrllrst coats wlm l
Iium luriicd out ; m:mv CHIN
CHILLAS in hliics, browag, gru, .
:,. i a uc mom bacH nttan
und BOatiaflttodl uiclton., wor
todl. rriefOg. ahrtlaud. vicunas.
1'laid backa, aomr silk lined
This If Harvest Time lor Particular and Economical Dressers!
Ritchie & Cornell
L . w.
Bel. 35th ft Sttlb Sis.
2S1 Eighth Ave.,
Nrar IU SI.
408 . 149th St.,
Near ta Ave
Jaba W. KltrUI.
ML STSIB WIH EVENINGS UNTIL SATUIOAV II O'ClSClt
alWJ Li: .JIIIM11I V,f
155 William SI.,
Rln tsr. Ann SI.
stores 1514 Third Ave.,
Near 85th St.
ftaalrt B. Cara.ll
SEE AOS. M,aUiei all SVI STOIE WINDOWS
GOOD NEWS FOR SMOKERS !
Friday and Saturday Will Be
At All our stores
United States and
Wr want you to get acquainted with the Kreat values we are offering every day in the year.
We know of no better way of getting your .support than by giving these genuine bargains such
as you cannot afford to pass by. Reading this ad. will convince you why you should visit us
tomorrow. Don t fail to do so.
Willi any purchase amounting to 25c or over of popular
"BLACK & WHITE" "LA MARCA"
'FLOR DE MURAT'
"OFFICIAL SEAL" Cigara
YOUR CHOICE OF A
Leather Bill Fold
AN ALL-STEEL NICKELED CIGAR CUTTER
OR A METAL MATCH CASE
With ANY purchase of the above brands of Cigars
umounting to 50c.
YOUR CHOICE OF A
PACK OF PLAYING CARDS
METAL ASH TRAY COMBINATION SET
A 75c "Hallway"
With each purchuse of a box of
id "La Marca" or "Official Real"
L0o Ciagara ut tha -
gpeolal price toinof' I
row ana Baturtlay of .
10c Cigara Packed in
Bote, of 2S
Regularly gold at $1.75
Come Saturday to Liggett's and get your
share of these good things.
Special Clearance Sale of
Por Women and Misses
Bvtty pair taken from regular stock
Women's unci misses' high-grade shoes of dull
calfskin and tan calfskin in button
and lace models
Adnal value $3 and $6
Extraordinary Values in
Girls' Outer Apparel
Girls' chinchilla coats, in smart
belted models, trimmed with
corduroy; sizes from 4 to 10 years.
Misses' party and evening dresses,
of charmeuse and chiffon; em
broidered and beaded tunics.
Misses' tailored eponge dresses, in
smart models, trimmed with
fur; choice of prevailing colors.
Value $29.7 'b
New models in misses' and juniors' serge dresses
prettily trimmed with silk, embroidered
ratine, lingerie and lace
An unusual assortment of girls' graduation and
party dresses of lingerie and embroid
ered net, in dainty models
Important Clearance Sale of
Boys' overcoats, of all-wool
chinchilla and fancy mixtures;
wool lined; sizes from 2l - to 10
Formerly to $7.50
Boys' overcoats in three-quarter
and long models; chinchillas,
2 2 to 8, and mixtures, 2 to 17
Formerly lo $10
Boys' overcoats made of all-wool
mannish mixtures, with belted
or pleated back; sizes 21 o to 17
Formerly to $12.50
Boys' English box overcoats in
i xclui-i'.'- luodtls, of choicest
fabrics; from 6 to 18 years
Fui muly i $16,50
Entire Stock of Boys' Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices
IT MAKES LITTLE IHFFEBEM'E WHAT YOU NEED
A MOULD M!USr AD WILL 00 AJD fiSX IX