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TH1 IVININO WORLD, TU1BDAT, FEBEUAET 4, 1918.
0 NAIL UP DOORS
OF HOTEL LINCOLN
Guests Are Beinj; Ousted and
of Them Threaten
POLICE ARE IN CHARGE.
The Raleiph, Second of Sus
pected Chain, Raided by
SJembert f ths Pofllce Deparrmerrt.
rader the direction of Inspector Dwyer,
beejan to-day the work of closing irp
ths altalrs of the notorious llotrl Lin
coln at Fifty -second etreet anil llroml
waf. The place waa StSSO by lbs ihi
II ce Isst nlehl, anl tt 1 the Intention of
Inspector Iwyer to clone the doom and
nail them up within ton days.
There are forty-lwo permanent aTticata
In the hotel. All of thess liavo paid
thalr room rent in .idvanoe. As rapidly
aa the room rent accounts expire th
CUe-ta will be ssked tn move. Hume of
them, not rellililnic police aurvelllanre
of ttielr every miivemi-nt. parked up
their effects and fot out to-day, mak
ing tin. -it" nf aujta asalnal the city.
Warrant for the extraordinary action
of the police In taJtlnK posjcaelon of fie
Lincoln and proceeding to suppress It
waa taken from the conviction laet
week In the court or rlperia! tft-sakma of
PhUlp Ulan on a charge of conducting
a disorderly house. The disorderly
hones upon which the complaint agalnnt
Blau waa basisl la the Hotel Ilncoln.
Thla hotel la one of a chain which Is
Mai to be operated ! a syndicate,
among the menrliere of which are Sam
Paul and Mux Kochatlm. When the
lan coin la finally cloeed up It la the
Intention of the police aulhorttlea to
proceed agalnat the other hotela In the
disorderly house chain. One of them la
tat) Avenel In Harlem. This waa
formerly the Baltic, conducted by
Ueorsv A. Hipp, who paid protection
money to Patrolman Kugene 1 ox.
ALWAYS HARD TO TELL WHO
OWNED HOTEL LINCOLN.
The Lincoln has long been a sourcs
of trouble to Die Tenderloin police. A
complicated system of tranefrra of In
tafewt hid the Identity of the real own
ago. Not until the conviction of Dlau
war the authorities abls to fasten
ownership or management upon any
responsible person, allhuunh repealed
raids had been mads.
flam Paul, the east side gambler, hsd
an apartment In the Hotel Lincoln last
July. He waa In thla apartment on the
sight of ths murder of Herman Rosen
thal sod there received. It Is sllegrd,
SM from "Jack Sullivan" In payment of
a debt within an hour after ihs murder
Ths first action of Inspector Dwysr
and his men when they took possession
of the hotel lust night waa to slese the
current rewlsler. Later they got p...
session of old registers
ttou of the charge that the pluce was
used for disorderly purposes was ob
tained from the books. "Oeurge Wash
lnaUn and wife,"
and wire, imrlstopiitr Culumbua and
wife," and such enlrlea are frsqueatt
The no mi a of sll the prominent states,
man In the history of the United Stales,
living and dead, aj.pear on the reglaler.
and after each name la (ha entry "and
Between midnight and I o'clock this
morning fifteen couples appeared at the
hotsl snd essayed to rettlster and ob
tain accommodations Detective Ken
nedy, officiating aa else, turned them
sll away. One man who Insisted that
he and his female companion wers en
titled to s room In a public hotel fled
on the run when Kennedy ssnt for In
HOTEL RALEIGH RAIDED AND
MANAGER HOWARD ARRESTED.
The bar and restaurant of ths n-
coin have been cloeed. All ths houss
help, reporting for ditty to-day, pajoke.l
itt.lr I .. 1 . . ii a I r l a .ml .l.narlMt wihnn
J they found the pHre In control. Home
forty women, answering an advartlae
ment whioti atppearod In the morning
papers for erhanvhermahla evppMsd for
Jnths twifire t o'clock snd were turned
sway trv the police.
The lintel HaJrljrh at Ttrondway nnd
Twcnty-aUth street, while not In charge
of the police, la under police surveil
lance following a raid last night by
I.lent Dan OMstflM and three assrist
ante of the Bfons: Arm rWiuad. John
Howard, the manager, waa arrested and
held In tli") ball for trial.
CostleTsn presents evidence that the
Haii urh has been conducted aa a disor
derly house. In the e-vemt of the Tnvlr
tlon of Howard It la probsJhls rhat the
sama course will he fallowed with this
hotel as has been followed In ths case
of ths Lincoln.
"LW MOTORMAN IS HELD.
Mast la harge nf t rain la Fatal
iilllslnn Meat tn Tnrnfca.
Michael Ilearn. the molorman who
wa. In charge of the second of the
Third Avenue Klevated llallroad trains
which . were In colli. Ion near Thirty
third street, Jan. 31. was discharged
from the prison ward of He!leue Hos
pital to-day and sent In Magistral
Hermann In Kaecx Market Court.
The Magistral remanded him to the
custody of Coroner Kelnbarg. who or
dered him locked In the Tombs In de
f.i ilt nf I'."" hall. Hearn was able to
I walk only with the Aid or n lane. H).
BOMB KILLS TWENTY
WHEN HURLED AT HIGH
Civil Governor of Foochow
Inlended Victim Escapes
Then Captures Assassin.
face was lisdly scarred. The charg
against him la homicide In having
0MM4 tin ileath or John M. Ulea.aon, a
young policeman, who was killed In the
congress Work. Overtime.
WAHIIINUTON. Fell. 4. With a m.ies
nf business, UVSeUdabUJ several of the
great supply bills waitlist to he dis
armed of Inifore March 4, the Ci
got down to work an hour and u half
earlier than usual to-day.
GET THE BEST FOR YOUR
SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MONEY.
Here are annie or the hlg tpecluls to
go rorth with copies of next .Sunday's
Coupon good at any World mc-
an old war-Utne picture of Lincoln an I
Another iweiity-foiir-pugn Magaxlne
alxteen pages In colors -crowded with
Illustrated articles of extraordinary In
Avords and music of "Sympathy, song
till In 'The lirclly" at the Caano
A slxteen-paRe Joke Hook -witty say
Ings, funny pictures, droll stories, r.d
dies, tricks, puxxles, ate.
Home of the big Msgaslne articles are
Official photngruph or Fa tint a, favorite
wife of the Hultiin. and story or lire In
the Turkish Harem;
How princes, dukes, klnga and carls
"fall In" behind Tony Drexel, the
The astounding; erase for gambling
Wonderful new dishes us prepared by
Pull confirms- New lorka seven greatest cneis;
BJoesSurg next nance me une sjiapj
"Hamiiel Maryland Mupia, U. K A. -The
Patriotic Smuggler," a shurl story
Thomss Jefferson ty Charles Hom. rvllle;
"' ij In The x ireieas House, a new
serial story or lovs snd tragedy by
Tell your newsdealer In advance to
save )u a copy of next Sun. lay's World
FOOCHOW, China, Fen. 4.-A homli
thrown st the civil governor of Foo
chow to-day killed twenty bystanders
when It exploded hut left the Govern it
uninjured. He was crossing the Foo
chow nndge when the outrage occurred.
Ths Governor saw the man who threw
the hotrsb, dashed at him and with ths
aid of others suooesded la arresting
KELIHER MAY TESTIFY FOR
Hank Looter and Former Gambler,
in Charlestown Prison, May Be
Brought Here in Tell Graft Story.
nOrrrON. Feb 4 rialms alleged to
have been made by Wlillsm Kellher
thst he paid s former New York police
lieutenant gstiM for "protection" while
conducting a gambling resort In thst
rlty were Investlgsled, to-day, by Dep
uty Assistant District-Attorney F. J.
Iroehl of New York.
Mr. Ornrhl first called irpon Dlstrlct-
Attomey Tellctler. Iter he had a Ion
conference with former (lev. Hstea, re
ceiver for the National ity Hank of
Catinirldge. Thi-n Mr. Oroehl. Mr. Bates
and J C, Nay. wiio 1s assisting the re-
elver In an erffort to recover funds for
the hank, went to the Charleston Jttate
Prison to Interview Kellher.
tar 'Iroehl said that he wished to go
over the Now York end of the rase with
Kellher and obtain Information first
It was Mated that Kellher might be
taken to New York to testify before
the Aldermanlc Committee, which la
probing alleged police grafting there
Dlslrlct-Atlorney Whitman has been
quoted as auylng he would "go the
limit to obtain any evidences of police
grafting that Kellher may possess"
MISS LA FOLLETTE
TO LEAD STRIKERS
Senator's Daughter at Head,
Garment Workers' Will In
vade 5th and 6th Avenues.
Chsrles W. F.ndel, secretary of the
Associated Hoys' Clothing Manufsctur
ers" of Oreater New York, notified the
State Hoard or Mediation and Arbitra
tion to-day that his association would
have no further dealings with ths repre
aentatlvea of ths 11,000 union workmen
In their trade.
After a conference with Commissioner
Reran ths manufacturers submitted an
offer to Increase the wagss of all work
era ten par cent and to reduce the
working day In Brooklyn to fifty-three
hours and 1n Manhattan to fifty-four
hours. The Hoard transmitted the offer
to the heads of the union and to-day
waa Informed the, union would not con
The while gooda workers, under the
leadership of Mim Fula I .a Follette,
have planned a renewal of their demon
stration this evening, starting from
Labor Temple, eftar a meeting which
U to be called at 4..W o'clock. After a
row speeches It Is their Intention to
msrch over the district In which moat
or the factories are, along Fifth and
Sixth avenues, snd make demonstra
tions In front of the shops where strikes
have been declared The atrlkera would
not admit they had collected egga to
bo uaad. aa they did In Twenty-third
atreet ten days ago.
The garment woraers win to-morrow
begin voting a.-i to tne acceptance or
the arbitration agreement, which has
been reached by ths officers of the
unions and about M.OtlO of the workera
RECEIVED BY KING GEORGE.
tmerlcana Presented at Flrat l.evee
of the Heaaos.
The flrat levee of thla season waa
held hy King (lenrge at HucklUKham
Palace to-day when Sir Kdward Orey.
the Hrltlah Foreign Secretary, pre
acnted elm inemthcrs of the staff of th
I'nlted St it os Kmliassy to His Majesty.
Itifliert Alexander (iardlner of New
York, and Dr. F. S. Pearson, President
or the Mexico Northwestern Railroad
Company, were also presented.
WASHINGTON and RETURN
March 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1913.
Tickets told from stations within
250 miles of Washington on
above dates good returning until
March 8, inclusive.
Proportionate fares from other
R. H. Mscy Sl Co.'s Attractions Are Thalr Low Prices
?Z If WW
Broadway ,14th I JSth St.
Rubber Footwear Save
Sies 2yt to 8
Storm Kins Boots $2.97
Knee Boots $2.1
Six Buckle Arctlci $2.7!
3 Buckle Arctics $2-09
Ten Buckle Arctics $2.1t
Alaskan Arctics 16c
Mora Rubberi 59c
First Qualities Only at
prices often asked for
Robber Footwear for
Sizes 6 to H. Now in the
Department for Men's and
Shoes on the BtlOMiy, 35th St.
Storm King Boots
Six Buckle Arctics
Four Buckle Arctics
One Buckle Arctics
i ror ooyi
IX Shes ?U In U.
-- - - r m ' - mr
Storm King Boots
t"a l-l . a -at-
rour iiucaie Arcuci
1 Slnrm Buldutll
Siies 1 to 2,
Four Buckle Arctics
For Women, Miues and Children
Oa lbs Heread I leer. Hear
Si 11 to 2
Storm King Boot! $2.3f
Knee Boots $1.W
Six Buckie Arctics $2.39
3 Buckle Arctics $1-69
Storm Rubbers 49c
Siyt o to ioy2
Storm King Boots $1.M
Knee Boots $1.69
Five Buckle ArctlC4$2.19
3 Buckle Arctics $1.49
Storm FuM-ers 42e
Wii Heather Nteds of Every Kind at Macy's
wry T.tti.ALet.r tl" Prist
34th Street New York
Pinal Clearance Sale
Entirt' rfmaininpt stork, romprisinu choicest styles, to be
closed out at the season's most important reductions.
$30 Suits Serges and diagonal cheviots. 15.00
$40 Suits High-grade diagonals. 20.00
$45 Suits Superior quality broadcloth. 22.00
$50 Suits High-class custom models. 25.00
$60 Suits Only a few of these remain. 29.75
$70 Suits Few copies of Bernard models. 35.00
$30 Coats Cheviot, chinchilla, broadcloth.
$40 CoatS Chinchilla, bound with braid.
$45 CoatS Chinchilla; full length model.
$50 Coats Plush; handsome kimono model. 25.00
Women's Fur Coats
$85 French Seal Coats or full length . 58.00
$135 Mole Coney Coats Full-length model 68.00
$185 Hudson Seal CoatS Handsome model 95.00
$775 Baby Caracul Coat Imported model 475.00
$3.50 Corsets Fine quality coutil. 2.95
$5.00 Corsets Coutil and broche. 3.95
$7.50 Corsets Superior quality coutil. 5.90
516 Corsets Fine silk hroche. 10.00
$18 Corsets Beautiful models. 12.50
Women's Smart Footwear
Dainty satin slippers, trimmed with
chiffon rosette; graceful high arch; Louis
XV. heel; choice of ten distinct shades.
Women's button boots of fine quality
patent colt, with fashionable cloth tops;
high urch and narrow Cuban heel.
In the trads. The workers themselrea
are sTrumbllnc over the terms of the
treaty ana thrsstrn to defeat It st the
NOW TAFT GETS A QUILT.
Heel, White and Rise, of B.oail
Pleree anil Male Ratlrelr fcr Haaal.
WABHINOTON. Feb. I. President
Taft'a collection of nlfts waa Increased
to-day when he received a red, white
and blue quilt from B. H. Read tf
Merna, Neb., a olvll war veteran elfh-ty-two
years old. who wrote that the
quilt had been made entirely by hand
and contained S.SI2 separate pieces.
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR KIDNEYS
A vary simple snd hlshiv reesmmssdsd
rerradv ft kldnere. liver or Madder Is
here slven: Bur from sny sood drusslat
one-half ouaes Sturss comsound Is oris
Insl sealed pecsesa. ose-hslf mines (lul l
eslraet Buchu, eta eanees rood pare tn.
(Be eare IS sat ths ssnulns slarss com
round In ortslnel sested pecsaes. ) Mil
and taae eoe to ewe taasDeonfuls three
times a day after meals.
(Be sure to sat ths ssnulns Mures
compound tn ertsinal sesled psoksets.)
Loss ne time In trssMna ssch syrtoma
as pain In the back, freqaeat or hi ah It
colored urination, soaldlns urine, nuffl
neaa under the erea. rheumatic palna In
ths jolnte. dlaslneea. dimmed vlelon. ss
these quickly run Into Tenant s dlseaee
chrvnlo rheumatism er dlsbetee. Advt.
jfranhUn Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
Women's Fur Coats
One-Half Former Prices
High Grade Pony Goats
Full length models, ot light weight
moire pony skins. Heretofore $89.50
Fur Trimmed Pony Coats
Full length models,
with civet collar. Heretofore $79.50
White French Goney Coats
Full length model
of whits coney fur. Heretofore $79.50
Fur Lined Coats
Of black broadcloth or Scotch tweed, hamster
lined, handsome fur collar. Heretofore $69.50
Caracul Fur Coats
Full length models, of flat skins,
long roll collar snd cuffs. Heretofore $1 10.00
French Seal Coats
Full snd three-quarter length models,
draped to side. Heretofore $98.50
French Mole Coats
Of mole coney fur, n striped effect
with border. Hcre'.ofore $125.00
High Grade Caracul Coats
Full and three-quarter length, plain or
trimmed with various furs. Heretofore $145.00
Fur Trimmed Seal Coats
Of French Seal, with collar snd
cuffs of vsrious furs. Heretofore $195.00
French Mole Coats
Handsome draped models ot
elect mole coney skins. Heretofore $195.00
Moire Caracul Coats (Sitka Fox cetisr)
Handsome models, draped to side,
of well-matched skins. Heretofore $295.00
Baby Caracul Coats (Ermine Trimmed)
Hsndsome draped models of
well-mstched skins, pure
white Ermine collar. Heretofore $575.00
Paris Model Wrap
Original "Francis" model of highest grade
dark chinchilla squirrel. Heretofore $975.00
Broadtail Caracul Wrap (Paris Model)
Full length, handsomely drsped model,
rest skunk trimmed. Heretofore $975.00
Mole and Civet Coat
Draped model of reel Scotch mole snd
hsndsome msrked civet. Heretofore $600.00
WILL CLOSE OUT WEDNESDAY
Men's Fur Lined Coats
Of Highest Class Black English Kersey, with Natural
Muskrat lining, handsome collar of Persian
Lamb, Otter or Seal.
Blue or Black Wolf Sets
Natural Raccoon Sets
Two skin scarf.
Three skin muff.
Civet Fur Sets
Ldng or snimsl scarf.
Cinnamon Wolf Sets
Scotch Mole Sets
Largs fist muff.
Real Skunk Sets
Heretofore f 18.50
TIE Sunday World's Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Positions" than any
other two mediams in the universe.
& Altaian Sc Go.
IN THE LACE DEPARTMENT, TO-MORROW
Dm ported Novelty Tunics and Robes
(unmade), especially adapted for reception,
theatre and general formal wear, will be
offered at the following extraordinary reduc
tions in prices:
$11.75, 16.50, 25.00, 37.50 & 68.00
Heretofore $22.50, 30.00, 55.00, 75.00 & 150.00
Also 2,000 Yards of TRIMMING LACES
including Hand-made Lacet and Cluny, the
values of which range from 75c. to $15.00
per yard. These will be placed on sale at
viu u aaa u 11
u.iic revuwr prnces.
ALSO TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY)
A Sa!e of Men's Silk Neckwear
Smoking Jackets and Imported Sweaters
at" the following exceptionally low prices:
Men's Folded Four-Sim-haind Scarfs of imported
silks, actual values $1.00 to 2.00 . at 55c.
Men's Imported Knitted Silk Four-in-hand
Scarfs, actual values $2.00 & Z.G0 at $H.00
Men's Smoking Jackets of double-faced cloth,
former prices $5.00 to 10.00, at $3.50 & 5.00
Men's Imported Sweaters . . at $6.50
Former Prices $11.50 to 16.50
S. Altaian Sc (SLa.
Lamps and Lamp Shades
in the newest and most artistic designs,
appropriate for all purposes, are now being
'shown in the Bric-a-brac Department. Also
a large and attractive variety of Candle Shades
for boudoir or table decoration.
Lamp and Candle Shades Made to Order.
ELECTRIC LAMPS, in a special selection, will
bt offered to-morrow (Wednesday), as follows:
Gilt Carved Wood Single-light Lamps, cre
tonne shades at $10.50
Bisque Boudoir Lamps, with filet lace shades,
at ...... $6.50 & 7.50
Single-light Lamps, glass standards, cretonne
shades at $3.75
Jiffy Am tutr . 34trj tuft 35tt) &ttttia, $tat florkT
February Furniture Sale FREE
25 to UH Reductions
.00 a week opens
Write for Oar New Cslslogae
Osr Credit Terms Apply Also le Wt slrht.tr r Co.
$3 "ST J50
5 " 75
7.50 " 100
FKKK Thla i. Ill Mirror with rrrrv nurrhaae ol SI H-this week only.
S ".r 149.18
4 " 75.00
4 " 99.98
It Mikei LlttU Different What You Nsed-A World "Wait
" Will Go Gel st