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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913
HARD COAL TRUST
ATTACKED IN SUIT
Lackawanna Road and Coal
Company Made Defendants
in Injunction Action.
UNDER SHERMAN LAW.
Test Also to Be Made of the
i Commodities Clause
TIU3NTON. X. J. Fb. H Fsdsral
action t.s bMM lirgun hers ajralnst
tlm Ma'aa-m. Lackawanna snd Wrst
m Hull i ii.i Cnmpsny and tha ronl
ootnpany of ths sains MM for ailcaov
violation of the Slifrman Atitl-Truai
law and of the rommmMtlas rlausa of
MM Intrrstst. Commerce ad. Thin la a
u ras. ast'ilnst th ao-raii"d IlarO
Coil Trim-. Til'' result will affect not
only the ttfMtentt but also the Hcnd
Inf, Jersey I'cntral, LeMgh V'al'ey, Krle,
fhianurhanna and Western, Pennsylva
nla, Pelanai and Umtson Vtt Ontario
and W'astern oomiianle. which control
practically all of tha annual output of
7l.00n.000 (on of cual prodicel In the
Application ta HOW made to the l'ntted
Statu District 'ourt to enjoin the rail
road eompany from tranaportlng i oal
mned or brought hy It ni'lr uKrec
insnts between the defendant rorpora
ttoru, whlc- arc alleawt to have com
mon atockholdi r. srhloh constitute, a
monopoly In an output of from MWeW
to !,00o.00o ton annually ana which. In
combination with other companies, re
strain trade by otUWflnfl eicesslv rate
and by maktns; anil controlling f. o. b.
terminal pricis. A liurca i of statistics
la alleged ti be maintained by the rail
road end tVie affiliated eo.it lOmuniiles
for the Information and gulilanca of aw
The prosecution alloc that th pres
ent defendant Kot around thi rommmll
tlei clsuse decision of the Huprsms
Court's declalon !n HW8 by the dsvlce of
a fifty per cent dividend by the railroad
company, which enabled It otockhold
ra to acquire the stock of tU now coal
TURNED BACK FOR INTER
The two concern are charged with
having than entered Into a cont.act by
which th railroad soils to the coal
company annually "000,000 tons produced
In he railroad mines and 1.CO0.000 tona
bought outsld. After taking ostensible
possession of the coal the buyer then
Mils It over to the railroad for Inter
It la alleged that at leaat K per cent
of th share of both companies are In
the hands of common stockholders, thst
twenty-five stockholder own a majority
of atock In both companies, and the af
fairs of both are controlled by a still
mavllcr number acting In DODOS rt, Th
coal company la aald to hav paid divi
dends at the rate of 10 per nut. pel
year, and In las than three years to
hay declared a surplus of more than
M par cant.
An noun cement Is naada that the rea
son tbo Government recently requested
and obtained the dlamlsaal of ths suit
under the commodities clsus agalnat
the Lahtgh Valley ivae to gain time to
onaldsr the advisability of proceeding
against the company under both the
eammodttles , lauiu and ti.e Anti-Trust
law. The Supreme Court. In Its decision
the central Hard-' (ml Trust suit.
threw out without prejudice tl.n charges
of eorrrblrtatlor.s of cjal- ai rylng rail
roads and coil companies fur ths aanie
purpoa. naineiy. to enaila the Qovarfl"
msnt to prepare itself on that dltlnt
lasue. The present a 'lion p its the tln
Ishlng touch on that programme.
James C McReynolds and O. Carro;i
Todd, retained as special assistant, pre
pared the present caaa which, they say,
will determine If a corporation may
asoaue by contract ths prohibitions of
tha commodttlss clause, while retaining
for Itself all ths benefit of the old ar
rangement; and If the .Sherman law can
ba applied to restrict railroads to ths
functions and obligation of common
3 HURLED FROM FIRE
AUTO ENGINE IN CRASH.
Iti Two Front Wheels Are Torn
Off, and the Smaller Motor
An alarm of tire sounded last night at
10 o'oiouk from l'tftleth street and Sec
ond avenue and automobile Are engine
No. M, stationed Jr. Fire Headquarter
If, East Blxty-seventri street, started
for tha blaze.
William McOnuth, snglneer and chauf.
faur, drove the au.o engine east to
Second avenue, v Sixty-fourth etreet
a small tour.ng car got In front of the
engine. Balnem l-'lf t J -ninth alal 81s
tlsth street, at the south roadway of
tha) QtteenslM.ro Mr. ttce, the driver of
tha small car turned to go on ths
bridge and th machines collided. The
engine hit un (ItVAtsd. pillar, lloth I:
front wheel were torn off. Tie tour.ng
oar was wrecked.
UoOobth. Bnflnaar Phllvln and Flre
aan Evani jrsre thrown from Ihs a.u -angtn,
tmt noa of litem u Iturt Ttw
driver of the (mall rgr also was tossed
to ths street, out es aped Injur)
In the isr of Ihs small rar wjs Mrs
lulls Zroj.-k, wife of -lu-((';i!i Zrozc,.,
earner and driver of Ihs small car. srho
Jives at So M Rtuyvstasl avenue,
raoklvn. Mhi a . ". i,..i a IU
spasm from Klowei lluspltgl and wenl
ajtsM with In i .. is land lit guothsr a it
fjhs an all Br in ths ipgrtnanii
ofatalrato'. clraffo. on Ihs second floor
aT teassHk . i M I
W s y
Acknowledged to Be Our Most Successful
Reproductions of Paris Models These
Lingerie Blouses at $2, $2.50, $3.95 & $5
Paris will be amazed at seeinn these Mouses, and we think a trifle jealous, because these
are so much like her own blouses and there is such a difference in prices. Yes, the latest styles,
for we did not tarry a moment in having them copied in fine French voiles, lawns and batistes
and trimmed with hand-crocheted Irish, shadow, Valenciennes and all other laces that Fashion
is using. Some are embroidered in the Kalkan colors others in white.
The "708" Blouse Is Now in Tub Silk at $5
Nearly every woman in New York is nexjuainted with this IUouho, for it haa been one of our most brilliant auoceaaen.
It is the model with the softly pleated frills in the renter of the above illustration. Put you hove never had it in the
fine white tub silk $1.60 a yard quality -that we shall present it in tomorrow at $6. If you cannot come yourself
simply phone for us to send you model "708." Third Floor
Tomorrow The Final Disposal of This
Season's Goats for Women
About 300 All Told
Prices have been lessened at least
$10, and on some, several $20 bills
may be saved for instance, there
is an evening wrap of black velvet,
with white fox scarf at $46, whose
previous price was more than as
much again. And the C allot model
of velvel that is illustrated will be
$22.60 three of these wraps.
Street and Motoring Coats of
Smart Woolens Some Fur
trimmed $15 to $47.50
Broadcloth Coats, $15 and
Velvet and Caracul Cloth
Coats, $22.50 to $42.50
Evening & Afternoon Wraps
Some Imported $15 to
$47.50 Third Floor
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ing ihe game are given, together with much other interesting
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hands illustrative of declarations, a chapter on doubling, etc.
Every Auction player should have it among his reference
books. On Sale in the Gimbel Hook Store. Price, $1.26,
sent postage prepaid anywhere in the U. S. Fourth Floor
Are Open on Saturday
This gives all thoM who liuve
banking business to traiwact the
opportunity to do so during their
Saturday half holiday in the retail
ahopping eenter of New York ut
Hroadway and Thirty-' hird Street
MCtJalbla Irom evi ryw ln-re.
CorteoilM. prompt srvire. No
red tspo Off ice hours !l to 5.
4 Per Cant. Interest per annum
paid on Interest Aeeount; U Per Cent,
(for reiniiaite balunies. on Checking
Main Floor, Rear Balcony
First Spring Display of
When our modistes were in
Paris a few weeks ago they
planned this Display. Not only
did they get models and ideas
for the Hats, but the materials
with which to make them.
This is why Cimbel S10 Mil
linery is unrivaled !
Oik little Hats of Tagal,
whose crowns are covered with
American Heauty Rosebuds
and from which ascend tall
loops of satin, are among the
most charming models in the
Display. Of course there will
be many other styles--but
they all conform with Fash
ion's latest dictate for small
Hats. Medium Price Salon
The French Salon also is
radiant with tha new i kafkaux
that. Paris has decreed $15 to
$50 and Upward. Third Floor
Couch Covers at Half
A handsome, heavy qualily of Tapestry ( ouch Covers, in
green, red, brown and Persian coloring!. 68x108 in., tomorrow
liecauseof a.special purchase.at fl.SOeach. instead Of $8.
Also LOUNGING CUSHIONS covered with damask or ar
mure, 24 in., at $1, instead of $2. Sixth Floor
Save $4 to $7.50
These savings indicate tin
drastic way we have lessened
the prices of our remaining
Coats for youngsters of 2 to ."
years. And these are tomor
row's prices that bring these
$7.60 to $17.60 Coats
at $3.96 to $10
Coats for the play hours
chinchilla, corduroy, caracul,
cheviot and sturdy worsteds.
Dressy Coats of velvet and
broadcloth - -some with collars
of fluffy moufflon.
Hats and Bonnets at 75c
Instead ot $1.50 to $10
"The Bulgat ."
Four New SOFT HATS
For Spring, From Stetson
John 15. Stet.son, the king of Amer
ican soft hat makers, has sent ('. IM
PELS four new styles of Soft Hats,
which men will be interest id in seeing
The Bulbar The BalUn
The Bullion The Marquis
All these Hats have the welted edn
brim, and many have the Imiw in the
back. In the three favorite shades of
the coming season brown, green
A London cable despatch says that
Soft Hats will remain in vogue until
the straw hats displace them. And men of j(hmI tusle in dress
might just as well start the season well hatted.
Four New Styles of DERBIES
The Philadelphia The (Umbel S pedal
The StUci The Fifth . henue
Included in the various styles are full stiff, lijrht weight, and
Other Stetson Derbies at $6 to $10; Soft Hats $6 to $12.
And a special grotto of Black Derbies of $8 quality at $1.66.
Gloves for Men and Women
If you wish to lie well jKistcd upon what s what in jdovedorn
the Gimbel Clove Store can tell you.
FOR If KN I'referenre is divided between ('um- QloVM with omwlasp
or button, in tun or willow shades, at 11.60; and Moi'hu tiloves, one clasp, in
Kruy, P.X.M. Hewn, vi ry soft and warm, alao at 91.60.
FOR WOMEN who wish to pay a moderate price for their OloVVB. but
still have them Rood. "jx Masrotte Cloven ut 91 are the Ihinu. Our direct,
imports, one-clasp, pique sew n, In white, black and colors, with embroidered
backs. Main Floor
200 Varieties of
In the Special Eighth Floor Showing
feVlI tWsVRT ICfl faaT-IETal
I t F I'll ' V i F J ' ftPssaaaa, aMMHaVH
l I troii. i
flu from n
II f i am J2
Hardly a town or country house, or an apartment,
lame or small, does not possess its Mission livinj? room,
or at least a few individual Mission pieces. This unusual
collection of Mission Furniture attract continued in
terest. Naturally, the Furniture is the best of its kind, stoutly
made, of seasoned oak, in the restful and agreeable new
shade of nut brown, and softly upholstered in service
able leather. Prices often indicate importantsavinga on
their normal values. Here, for instance, is
A Three-piece Mission Suite at Half Price.
BaMWi Ann Chnir ainl Arm Itocker arc finished in rich nut brown, with
uutomobile apriiiK wat. covered With Spaniuli leather.
Settees, 920 from 940. Arm Chair or Ann Rocker, 911 from 929.
A Four-piece Suite Is Priced as Follows :
54-inch Settee, 980 from MO. Arm t'huir. 918from US.
RocMnf ( hair. 916 from V?l. Table. 917 from $''.
Another Three piece Suite, of which our supply -old out in the first few
day.- ol the Sale, has bWn replenished. Settles, 911.90 frotr $1H. Ann f'huir
and HocUer. 96.60 each, from $10.
A new rombimsl Table and Writing Desk is 923.90 from $6.
Many New Individual Pieces Among These:
Arm Chain, at 99 28. 99. 99.60, 914 aed 920. reRularly 91 1 In $27.
Arm Rockers, at 93.60. 98. 912. $13.76 and 916, regularly 97 to 9j'..0.
Settees, at $16, 917. 918 and )26, regularly J -i to ISA.
1 Tablea, ut 916. 919.78. $22 .80 and $28, regularly $1H to $:M 8th Floor
'S DAY IN THE SUBWAY STORE
fS?;f?,?,.WORTH MEN'S CLOTHING for 016.800
UtlMUttlft tl IllUlsdi H II ( r If Mil If If M II9 8 II H It st M sT llH
Season s Newest Styles in
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
FOR MEN, YOUTHS & BOYS
This remarkable sale results directly from four advantageous
purchases the best for values in years which were closed at such
short intervals us to enable us to make all these four orders into
ONE GREAT SALE, WHICH WILL UNQUESTIONABLY
MAKE HISTORY FOR THE MEN AND BOYS' SUBWAY
Sale begins this afternoon and will continue
until 6 P. M. Saturday.
The priOM quoted here an lUtdoubtedly the ldwn-.t we have ever known
for clothing of the BAIM dependable kind. In fjict, we can enncrvutively
state that in many cam thets prioei are less than the actual cost to
make. Every garment ill this sale is most reliaLle. The styles are the
latest, the fabrics are the most desirable and the workmanship is the best
that could be obtained for garments selling ut the prices these were
ii mil j IV zurjm ju nat
MEN'S AND YOUTHS' $12 AND $16 SUITS AND MEN'S AND YOUTHS' $1650 SUITS AND
OVERCOATS, $7.76 OVERCOATS, $9.60
A iplendid UwrtnMt including Home of the very bfsK model in three- Splendid Winter I'Utera. with convertible or storm collar, three-quarter
iiuarter lenifth Chesterfields and treat bit-, wurm, convert il.le-collur coats. length, t .ut. paten pocket styles and quarter-lined.
The Suits are new styl-s. excellently made all-wool fabrics, sizi-a in both Suits are of plain fabrics and amtorted wanted mixtures. I he styles are
suits and overcoats, :I2 to 4li. the la-st and the workmanship excellent.
MEN'S $18 AND $20 SUITS AND OVERCOATS YOUTHS' $10 AND $12 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
AT $12 AT $6
These are all hand-tailored larmanta there are many fine Norfolk There are only :I48 Kin incuts, and they are broken lines from our own
Suitain t ha group and a splendid variety of sack modeia. raiular atoeka. But to thoaa that eaa ba fitted, tte vahsw will beexcelient
The Overcoats are in nianv of the new styles; shawl collar coats, storm ... ., ., . ,.. . ,,, .
coats und conventional Chester! ields, in thretMjuarter length; sizes 94 to 49, All new styles In both Suit s and Overcouts; sixes .! to .M In. chest measure.
MEN'S $2.60 AND $3 I MEN'S $3.50 AND $4 I MEN'S $6 TROUSERS, $3
TROUSERS $1 85 TROUSERS, $2.46 All pure worsted fabrics, exceptionally well
A erv Kood range of sizes and' a handsome Neat, dark patterns, striped worsted, well- made, new style good fitting garrnentn. A
assortment of patterns and excellent atylea. cut, finely tailored garments. All siaaa. large variety of demrable patterns. All sizes.
Note Carefully These Remarkable
Savings on Boys' Apparel
LITTLE BOYS' $3.60 TO $4.50
Nnuj, warm (,'oHts, which button up under the ehin;
mostly chinchillaa in th .- usiurtuient. Well latlured,
: to H years.
BOYS' $4.50 SUITS WITH TWO PR.
Two pairs ot full-cut Knickerbockers to each ?'iit; nice
material, Rood workmaiu-iiip; ainp'i i luiiee. Norfolk
styU-H, 7 to 12 years; double-breasted styles, H to 18 years.
BOYS' $5, $6 AND $7
OVERCOATS, $3 46
Double-breasted long Winter
Overcoats, wanted fabrics; sizes
10 to 17 years only.
BOYS' 50c AND 76c
Splendid school TimiMfl for
boys & to id yean Ol age.
Boys' $6.50 and $7. 60 Norfolk and D.B.
Fine ill wool fabrics, patterns which are stylish and
desiruble, workmanship excellent. Norfolks, 6 to 13
years; double breasted, 10 to 17 years.
Boys' $2, $2.60 and $3 Wash Suits, $1
Over 1,200 Suits, all fresh and the latest styles' made
for this Spring and Summer (1918), Evary di- irable
model, size J 1 j to 10 years. Subway Balcony
Another Extraordinary Sale of FURS
Such values as t he are of far mater concern 1 h:n the men quest ion of seasons. The price of fin s
will certainly never be lower, and those who know will tell you that furs will OUPla prlej m leaps ami
bounds before many moons. 'o mistake can be made in takinn advantage Of tnw sale today and to
morrow. As the fur market is to-day these values mean, in many cases
' 1a hh Than the ('out of Raw Pelt
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70 Fur Coats at Tremendous
40 Pony Coat, value $29. &0. at 914-76.
18 Pony Coats, value fT5, at 9)49.
12 Pony Coats, valur 9S6, at 949.78.
Subway Stora, Balcony
pi Ma. K! aiscaud avaaaa.