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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY
PLAN TO REGULATE
IN GREATER CITY
President McAflfflty Asks Com
mittee to Investigate and Re
port on Zone Scheme.
Flv MM of twin have Iimd born on th Hnlatr farm, war r.dwardsvir.
Iiid.. In the ! at nine year. Thr different famlll have rented thr plixe
Henry Harden, the last on, la lvln wiih elx youngater "In pairs."
Borough PftPtdtnl McAnrny brought
ti III attention Of !h- Hoard of Katl
mate to-day plan to regulate the
height, else ni.cl nrranRr ment of build
ings In every or-tlon of the greater
city. Toward th it end he ask"! for tha
appointment of a commit! of thre
of tha board to conwldar tha proposition
If It In favored th rommltts ahall
thn appoint a oommtaalon of rxperts,
who, at a cost not exceeding tIS.OA) to
th city, aliall Investigate aba question
thoroughly, learn what othtr cities ant
doing In thla rcp. t and than report
fur final declelon within m x months. The
Board of Rati matt will conaldar th
question mora fully at anothtr meeting.
The main purposes of tha plan art to
reduce lira haaard, arreat th arloualy
tnrrraalnf tvll of th ahuttlng off of
llfht and air from othrr buildings and
public atrt'ta and to prevent un whole,
aomt and dangerous congestion both in
living condition! and In trt and traf
fic condition In brief, th MnAneny
plan alma for tha city beautiful and
aanltary In the broadeat anr
Tha Borough Praaldent point, out Hint
under eattttng charter provisions the
height and alia of building! may now
be regulated by the rlty, but auch ac
tion mutt flret hate the approval of th
Board of B'tlmat. A large number of
owner of bulldlnga. who had ben It
priced of tha Intention of the llomugh
Prldnt to bring tha mattrr to a fo
cus, to-day wa prnt to b heard
th majority of thm In protect but th
aubject waa not open far dltcii talon
Ta chief object of th initial commu
te of thre i.i b appoint-1 I to ascer
tain Ik advlaatolllty and feasibility of
going Into the matter at all. The rom
anltfe la also to consider the practica
bility of dividing the city Into aonr and
to prescribe th regulation of tha
height, an and arrangement of build
ing! upon different bsae in thoae dif
0. S. COURT REFUSES
OF NEW SUBWAY BONDS
Injunction Restraining Interbor
ough From $300,000,000
Deal Is Denied.
A wink In court coat Bart Oordon US at fopltn, Mo.
witness and the judge failed It contempt of court.
II wa dlrert-d at n
nyd tl nialr. agd nineteen, of Plalnf'eld. N J , baa akd police aid to
t hi mxteen-year-old brld, formerly Margaret Snyder, of runnllen, with
whom M 1opd on Saturday. Rhe heard that her mother waa heart-broken"
have gone on atrlka. They have the eupport of the "Mother' flub.
even hurelred aehoil children of Cleveland, declaring their building unsafe,
have gone on atrlka. Thy have the tupport of the Mother Club
"Old Dan" Jones, famnu ball player, who hud hi nln ona orgnnited Into
one of the beat teem In Ohio, has moved from Must Liverpool to Wllevillc
II take hla nlno with him.
rnnl Mrlce, an at tra. viu llvorced from Frank White here yeatardav.
They were marrlsd In Hprlnaflrld. Maa., In I tit, and separate! In two day.
He kept a "beauty parlor" and aha waa on tha road. "While h waa massaging
a cold nut of my throat he prapoeed. and aa I didn't have anything particular
10 do that day I married him." ah tol l th court
Th original bonahead at th American Muaeum was Jolnad to-day by th
original vegetarian, lie ta Baurolnphua Oabonla of Canada, and has bean dead
tome I. OX, 000 yar II waa a rp".l B ft long and 17 feet high and laid gga
aa large as thus of an ostrkrh.
Th R. P. ft A gatharad In a lot of oats, and a new man, Ignoring tha rule
to hold them forty-eight hours, dumped all Into tha lathal chamber. HI haat
cost th aorlsty ISO. for Mrs. Weeka of No. It West Eleventh trt lot a
fIine and usd. Tha aorlety kill 160,000 cata a yaar.
SUCH A NAME-CALLING
WORTH CASH, HE SAYS.
Isadtire YVant- 110,000 From Jacob
for Alifgld Cry Of "damf!"
Rti'h thin a these when they are
celled to u man. and all at once nt
that, and rlsbt In front of th aynagnir.ie
moreover, hould lie worth, should they
net. at lenat 110,000 to hi blasted feel
ing? Oanlf tl l f.
Brhnorer - tramp.
Rchackett .1tetah1 or hated thing
Axaa-ponlm-a freee or cheeky per
aon. Th clamor for damage la made ty
laadore Noye. Throuah hl attorney,
Joel I Hrhw.-ltxer. he bSBSal a suit In the
Supreme Court yeater'lay against Ja-nh
lllnurier lor alander. He think t ho
landcr v,n made wore by the fact
that It wn ittered on th Jcwlah Hl'i
bath. Jan. M.
II aaya that not under any clrcum
atajice nr possibility 1 he elthra ganlf,
achnorer, haniler, achacketi or axaa
ponlm, and pleas will th Court award
him the damn, which alao Includes
th restoration of hla good name, and
standing among hla ntglihorsT
Get Rid of
Piles at Home
Simple Home Remedy, Easily Applied, j
Give Quick Relief and Prevent
All Danger from Operation. j
Free Trial Package
Prove It la our Caae.
Moaning of (he Tied.
from tl Ptttatnsitb Poet.)
"MaMtshi," murmured Mr. Wombat.
"Well, what I It?"
'T wlah you'd occasionally look aa
pleasant for me as you do for the photographer.
Dat tvn thtnk of an ootratlon for (
gftag, Rmmbr what th old family
doctor said: Any part of th body cut
awav la eon fortvar. tin or two ap-
nllct:nn of f'vramtd Pll Remedy and
all th aala, rire and torture ceta. In
rr-mirkaMv thort tlm the contt--l
Bjg are reduced to normal and you
ell: anon b all rlaht amln. Trv thla
rcmarkab! rmdv. Roll vrvwhr at
drotf ttore. Hcnd for a frr trial nackaa
ntiil trov hvond aucatlnn It 1 tlir right
n tiir.lv for your ce. vn thouah you (
mv h e-earlne a oil tfUSa,
.Ititit nd In the roupnn below at one
for the frr trial treatment. It will ahow
yaw conrlut!elv wht Pyramid I'll Rem
edy will do. Then you ran act th rea
ii r ia. kaw for 00 ctnta at anv drua
atort. I ' ' eiitftr another ntdieee mln
inr.r. packaor cot'POtt.
Pvramld tirug Comieariy. 4 0 2 Pyre
m'd ftlda Marshall. Mich. Klndlv and
m a trial treatment of Pyramid Pile
Itemedv at onct. by mall. FREE, la
Plain wrapper, eo I aaa rov It aplan
John Ilorwath poaed In a pollc lieutenant uniform for Tailor Joaeph F.
Weher, who uaed the picture aa an "ad." Then came the graft etpoatire. ml
Ilorwath has eued for 110,000 damagea bau of hi "humiliation and mortification."
Mra. Rellna Bernstein sailed on th Finland for Antwerp yeaterday and
anm lxtn friend ram near going, too. They went aboard to ay good-by
and didn't hear th cry all aahora. They ware reacued by a tug down the bay.
Five-year-old I.uther Qulnn of Routh Orange la dead of acute Indlgeatlon
do to auddan and violent chilling After the atorm Baturday he ran Into the
yard and picked up eevaral hallstonea and ate them, unknown to his mother.
WILL GIVE ELGAR WORK.
Catholic Oratorio aorlety Prepare
Tha Dream of OSrontlua," 1r Id-
ward Krgar'a oratorio, will b presented
by the Catholic Oratorio Society, un
der tha patronage of Cardinal Farley.
at earn earla 1111, Monday evening.
Maroh I. Th member of the society
have toetn rehearsing th oratorio lor
th last month under th direction of
Mm Bet ma KronaM. and a fin pro
duction of th BngMah composer a
beautiful work la expected.
The Dream of OePonftJua" will be th
eighth oratorio given by the aoclety
and advance galea IndVomte It will be
probably the moat Important event la
lb hKtory of th organisation. Tha
Ladle' Auxiliary, headed by th Count
as l.eary. Is hard at work to Insure
a financial success.
NOTES OF THE THEATRES.
Craig Campbell, tenor In "The Fire
fly," aaya he will tak up aviation aa a
pastime thla aununer.
A H. Wooda and Jaok M Welch were
pasaengen on 1st Franc tn-day. They
hava gone to aea If a fortune can be
made In moving picture houaea In Ku-
Nat Goodwin, fully recovered from hl
Injuries, la aaln appearing aa Fagln
In Ixa Angelea.
A Physician's Faith In
A TalaaaJ Remedy far Throat and Laag.
Judge Lsvcombe, In th United Rtates
District Court, thla morning denied th
application of th Continental Recurl
tie Company for a temporary Injunc
tion restraining the Interhorougih-lfet-ropolltan
Company from voting It hold
ings of 10 per cent, of the stock of th
lntijorough Rapid Tranalt Company,
In favor of executing- th too.000,0to
mortgage and laaulng the Ii70.ooo.oug of
bond necessary to enter Into the aurb
way operating agreements.
Thla decision will now permit th In-
terborough-Metrupolltan Intereeta con
trolled by Thomas F. Ryan and Cor
nemis Vanderbllt to make tha financial
arrangement with J. V Morgan A Co
at th tnckholdrr meeting of the In
terborough Rapid Tranilt Company
which has been called for March 6 at
No. IK Broadway.
la hla opinion Judge Icombe declares
He doe not believe street railroad cor
i poratlon com within th meaning of
th New York Htat Corporation Iaw.
which prohibits monopolies of "necea
saiir of Ufa." Ha cite! the fact that
two Judge of hi own Court Judge
Holt and Hay air construed that
am itatute to apply to railroad cor
poration, but he explain that he pre
fer to base hla declalun on a recent
daokikin of the Court of Appeal, which,
he believe. Indicate that. If that sec
tion of the Oorporatloftl I.a Is ever
carried up to the HtMa'a hlKh.at
tribunal, that Court will hold that rail
road are In a "clan by thamielvea"
and are not bound by the provlalon of
law relating to "necraaarte of Ufa"
Ralph Kelierd, who played lead In
"Retercca of Surmyorook Farm," Is to
head a stock company at Syracue.
Ben B Aorta will lead the orchestra at
the New Brighton, Brighton Beach,
next sea in.
herlff Haxburger aaw hla special
deputy, Edmund llreeae, In "The Master
Mind" last night.
Rudolf Bfhtldkraut will give a new
play. ".'unvbr tl." at tha West End
March 10, and afterward take hla com
pany back to Boston.
Henator Htllwell has Introduced a blU
at Albany to make It Illegal to toll
seats at more than th box office price
It It become law It will put agent aa
well as pavement speculators out of
In "The Ir Lens," a four-act play
he ha Juat published, Oeorgo Frederieh
Oundelfuigrr, a Yale Instructor, attaoka
the mural of collesr mn.
Two thou .and members of the Anelent
Order of Hibernian were welcomed by
the Bev. William Mnlxiughlln last night
at a private view of the new playhouae
and ralhaktller th order has erected
at Fifth avenue and One Hundred and
"Hv uad Krkman'. Alterative In eev
aral raaaa of tubercular glanda of the
neck, with eaoellent reault every tlm. In
on rue It enet m I no. for tha girl waa
put on It only until aha could arrange to
be operated, aad In a ahnrt time an opera
tion waa aot needed. 1 auppoaa your
reeorda are luat aa flea aa of otd. You
know my faith la It."
(Original of thla phyalnlan'a latter on Ma I
seaman a Alterative I rretlv In other
form. Read what Mra. Oarvia aaya:
Idaho Fallt. Itfabn.
'Gentleman: I hsv ntnei i.iniv.i...
pound Mara lael Tabruary aad my bahy
la In perfect health. I hv bean w.tiin.,
Hum to .ee now I WOUIO t
along. I am now dnln all my w.k. have 1
btn aver aim- eh was four weeka old, I
.u .m aiwuir iiinini. j an not cough
or rslte anything at all. I halltv my Inn
freuoi i rura,"
(Bworn affidavit) MRK'. M. It. OAflVIN.
Note iktra. Oarvln has avrn children.
EckniSn' Alterative I .ffexllve In Itr,,.,
hlii. Aathma, Hay Fever. Throat and
,ung Trnublaa and In upbuilding the aya-
rm . i.n not coniain poison, opiatea or
ablt-fortnlna druee. Kiir Je l,v nil,..
Hgrnan Irug store and othr Id1n
druaaiata. Aafc for bookle4 tellln nr
coverlr and write to Krkman Laboratory.
rniiNiiyni., a... iwr .uniunnftl aviaenc.
AN AID TO PHYSICIANS
WHO TREAT CONSUMPTION
New Swiii Preparation Vary Valu
i.nhing In (M world thai
will hrlp uffiiB frnm MnMnitnlun tt )
U thrt U
111 hrlu st.r
worthy f vry
la' attention, luolurUng
r .-rp. whtn llroJIn. tha 8 w luni
prtirtrtltn. wu Intntdurtd In Kurooa
wtartsl r u i tha ItMullna apat lallatii
wtrt not low In tnaklnc uaa tf It. Tha
rt-au it la thai imw hlroMn It hrouaht
iniTlra w II h a ramar liable numoar of
Ititlortiamenti f rum JCuropnan n lallata
anl a long atrlni of aturlaa about ita
pi - 1
No aitra vacant lul'nt.
f- it but tie paet work la off
priMir r ita wot thliufii
InforniHtlnn at"ut Klrnlln ran he ep
run-il In ible rountry from the Plmlln Co,
2'2H West ntMWII. New York (Mtv
niker Hr rm.ni Htorea and all leadlna
druarclRtti ar- dlatrlbutlng Blroltn with
( onalderabla euteee.
Mustard Plaster I
MI STF.KQ1.K ia oil of gills Urd
combined with otbrr aimplca uat-U in
It is a clean, white ointment that
you rub on and tbr pain i gonr!
No plaster no mraa no bliater!
It doea all the
work of tbr goonl
tard planter, but
doss it better.
Milliont of jars
el ML STKHOI.K
arr sold annually.
O o r t o r s and
it to patient; it it
eonatantly uerd in
boa pit aU.
Ml'STEBOLT it wbat Twentieth
C'eatury M'lencr hat made of the
femedy that your motltrr and gTand
aiutber depended ob. It give iaatant
'raits. from Sore Throat . Hr..n Uilia.Tou-
, Croup, btiff Neck. AstkafJ, Naa
many of the large
ralgia, Hradache, CoBgettioB, lleuriay
Khruinatitin, Lumbago, I'aina and
Achea of thr Hark or Jointa, Sprains
Sore Mum lr, Hruiara, Chilblain
Kroated Fret, fold of the Cheat (it
At your drug
gist's in Sr. aad
AOc. lara and a apt
r ml (erg kotpital
nil Jor f 2.90,
Accept no sub
atitute. If your
aupply you, send
3c. nr 40c. to thr
MI'STKHOLK Company. Cleveland.
Ohio, and wr will mail yuu a jar, post
Telia how MI'STKHOLK relieve.:
HUB) CBN I Nl'H. PkjumTSo;
For two yean I vuflcreJ lth rlieuotatlun
Tht docturi trtaicd mc lur dltlrrani kind, ut
aickrwu but did mc no aaal. I read of
Muatarol. and began to ute tl at urx.Tjn a
snort urn I rassiosd Hat ua sj say Urno-WIae)
tack wRk Evrr,
arasi xa ! a w-i T I v. , -v, a -t
tM AA A WEEK OPENS
Hath St.. "L"
I7.M Da era t
10 T $150
Station at corner.
Fr IkJ ralglaa Tebl. res
alar prtrr. :l lift, rutereil
with sreea baia or rba.e
leslheri career aaounleS
with braaa. (.real beraaiu. U luiullur.
asd Oarpeta. Boeciai tereaa far uiuruseer.
MYRTLE AV.. COR. BRIDGE
UtaaUahctl 71 Yean ta This Caraex
As a Ailing climax to our greatest February Sate comes this
BIG LAST WEEK!
It's a week that's going to
be the busiest of all tha
month. Why? Because
MORE pieces have been re
duced and LARGER cuts
have been made on those
previously reduced but as
QUALITY the lifelong
kind ia guaranteed; so ia
PLAIN FIGURE PRICES
on everything show you
just what you pay and
CREDIT SYSTEM solves
the payment question in the
Quarttrfd Oak Extension Table. 48-ln. lop; Pullman Baby Carriages, with
pillar and heavy claw feet; r. m m cut; value tP f C QQ
like cut; value $30 f 1 D.zfO $30 J C70
OUT-OF-TOWN DELIVERIES TO YOUR DOOR BY MOTOR CAR
STILL ANOTHER UNUSUAL STORY
THE WlMCS OF THE MORHlNC"
BY LOUIS TRACY
Aa Startlingly Original and Excitinf aa
"TJVRZAN OF THE APES"
Will Beffin in Monday's EvenJn. World. March S.
I MID-DAY CABARET. 8TH FLOOR
AVC 9 TO JO 'STREET.
-merre me tehhrete ike aanfceriary f the aaeiajaf l aer irsst, i, tsacisat (aa'trark aWmt at 5lrr uilh an array f
tarfsmt thai at'ff mat In day mtmntblt nt. Tmmsenmt apen (nsntsnat ef dollar ' aerlt trnWnru, np-lo-daft merr aaa
mt rrernenfin many csrexaY mill tsaferea' l HERETOFORE UNHEARD-OF HIKES. Tkt fail rate ef irrrcnanc't ta
etrivei, end ell aiff be gat in plete aaaa the leUei end retkt te-nifki, reedy let Ike rntnf el Ike deert le-merrtu. Th ;(rrMf
totrthtt tl th,,, uenderM teriaint is ft nor many xfttt f (alnaiMtlic effarl sift ft trsrly ro-opn alien ol mn bit menu
Mcfareri. New me art reedy ler en Aemieertery Sele Ikel mill etl ptt n inm, el Itr kind yen er me t tear el. We went yen
' expert bis ftinrt, and ae are determined Ikel no en ikell be diseppeinted.
Plreie beer in mind Ikel Ike Simpten Cremlerd Co. t(adi tact ef terry aiect ol mertkendiie in Inn tat
Reed every meed el ttit adverfittmrnf. Mat netti ef the Itinfi you need new er a iff nd in thr latere.
8:30 A. M. to-morrow ia none too early to be here. There in always a choice, and the
early comer has the advantage. An extra force of salespeople will be on hand
to render quick and satisfactory service
I Name I I I
! tree. , I
' City State I i I
Thia new Domino Sugar in the new I ll
H package is granulated extra-Fine. It ia H I )
H smooth, even and far superior to pow- H 4
gga dered augar For cereals, fruits and det H
I aerta. Perfect For cooking and preserving. .
I CRYSTAL 0 Mfk I!
I U sugar I
I No flies No dust No dirt No germs! I I
In 2 Z4 and 5 pound Sealed I
H f a a" a I tl.:La I A
mmm tatrturia. uuaramccu vv vagjaHa man w
I THE AMERICAN SUGAR REFINING COMPANY A
New York City IT
laBllLfwWB uttuiuivyvasy uwcr
Women's Spring Suits and Dresses
An Anniversary Sale That Will Make History
The dresses are smart models released from
the workshops of clever dressmakers. They
Sell For $7.50 to $9.75
Materials are of reliable qual
ity Foulard, Voile, Meaaaline.
Charmeuse. Ratine. Crash,
All-Wool Serge and Marqui
settes. Dozens of alyle.i with
trimmings of laren. button,
hows and the new Persian
and Rulgarian stylet....
Clever Spring Model Suita
Ordinarily $10.00 to $12.50
Of good all wool serge or Mark and white tweeds.
Coat length are x7 inches in the cutaway and
straight line effects. Some trimmed with
satin or moire; others plain tailored skirts in a
remarkable assortment of fashionable styles.
Colors arr navy blur, black and 0mm fir
white, and nil black, at Jp.iO
These Specials Due to Anniversary
Misses' and Juniors'
Suits and Dresses
The remarkable savings on these handsome dresses,
in conjunction with the price cut on suits, marks this
sale as one of more than usual happening.
The Suits Worth $12.98
Of very fine quality serge and wide wale cheviot, fashioned in
three different new Spring models. The strictly tailored, others
inmmea wun contrasting collar aim culls of
moire, and still others with the detachable
pique collar, lined with satin, in navy, brown.
tan, cadet, etc., at
... .."wn v, uiiivri
Street Dresses. Value $7.50
Of trench serge, summer ailks, brocade silk, and white embroid
ered voiles, in a variety of new styles. The new straight collar,
the round collar effectively trimmed with Persian and buttons
to cotrrapond; low neck antl short sleeves;
colors are navy, brown, black, cadet and ,
tan; sites for misses. It, 16 and 18; for
juniors, 13, It and 17, at
"aiau auu uuiionn
a -ta.95 V
Representing a most east same
remarkable purchase tax I "
we made special for J fas
this annual event at . . .
fade of percale In llirht and dark
grounda, with atrlpea or amall fig
urea, Dutch neck, yoke front and
back, Vlength alecves, with tight
cuffa, girdle effect, full-gored aklrt
flnlahed with wide hem. Another
atyle, high neck, rolling collar, Olb
on model, with two pleata In front,
aklrt finished with aide placket and
pearl buttons. 34 to 44.
Tarn Crown Hata, of imitation hair
braid with velvet flange; very (o
becoming; special at.
Of atin hemp braid
with wide velvet
bani and trimmed
with vrl- $ AO
vet ear. at iff
toned effects. It inches long;
full head. . .
Moire Ribbon, all silk, wide range
of colors; &;i inches; at
Of fancy satin
straw braid, trim
med with satin;
Lingerie and Voile
Waists' of French lawn, lingerie
or cotton voile, in numerous styles,
two of which are illustrated;
Dutch or high neck; long or short
sleeves; elaborately trimmed with
fine embroideries, Val. or cluny
laces or hand embroidery. Not
every site 'n every stvle, but all
sixrs in the lot. V.arly shoppers
will have choice pick.
JJ Taffeta and
7 U -a
f or t un at e 91
arm able to
Messaline and Taffeta Silk Petti
coats, in a wide range of plain and
changeable colors, black included;
various styles to choose from; some
with tailored, others with pleated
flounces anil sectional ruffles; some
have cotton foot ruffle.
in solid and two-
Boys' $3.00 Suits
Boys' $3.50 Suits
Navy Blue Woollen Suits in the new
Russian Sailor Collar Suit or the
regular Sailor Hlouse style; sizes 3 to
10 years. No mail or phone orders.
Limit, one suit to a customer, at. . . .
The newest style milt for
boys In Norfolk style; alse
T to It years: beautiful
fancy mlxturea In gray,
browns and f.incy mlx
turea, as well
as plain blue;
Boys' $5.00 Suits
Norfolk Suits with peg top
knlekerhoeker pants; alsea
7 to 18 years. Of navy blu
aerge, gray, browna and
tana; stylishly cut. Also
boys all wool blue serge
slzea 3 to 8 $9 QQ
years, at 'O
COLOSSAL $1 SHOE SALE
Comprising the Best $2.50 Shoes ever made for Women
Who respect comfort, style and service.
We have planned this Bale to be the biggest event of the year because nil the other stores
re selling these same shoes now for their regular prices of $2.50. Our selections are
even greater a well as the styles most popular.
In patent, tan and dull leathers.
There is the button and Lace I n addition to the above we also offer
style in Patent, Dull Calfskin
and Dongotm Kid; all
sizes 24 to 7; at
Low Shoes lor
la pet. at. tan and dull leethwi.
Women's $3.00 Cloth
Top Button Shoes
Patent and dull calf, plain toe,
putent and dull calf (j a AQ
with tip. All sizes, "'
iVitoT, at X
)RD CO, SIXTH AVENUE, ItTH TO coTH STREET