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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
N SUBWAY DEALS
Votes to Issue Third-TrackinR
Certificates lo the Inter
eaU Mr Hien
Tl t IMMnJ Service Cnmrni'moii throw
tlnwn the gauntlet to the OffM '.nter
ta In the Manhattan Hallway Com
pany ihia afternoon. ImmMIMflv fol
lowing a onfnenr with President
Hhonta of the Inlprboi ouch, who aak,l
that the propoanl third tracking (Trun
cate the Manhattan impny obJeclH
to fee led to It Inateail. t'halrman SI'-
all failed the rommla'loD to order ;n
committee of the whole.
It waa explained that the Interbor
oufh attorneya were certain the pro
I railing waa a legal one anl It waa
proper W laaur MM ne. aP certificate
in Ih leee lntea1 of HM leaanr. The
. ..mmlmlon voted lo Inatruct Ita HMM
to draft MM certlfliatr
QAYNOR WANTS GRAND JURY
Comptroller rrendirgnat told tha
Hoard of Katlmat and Apportlonmini
ta-dav hr anew poaltlvelyi the Ooni.1
family had demanded certain c.inrri
alona of Ih Inlerbornugh on b( i i ' of
the Manhattan Hallway t'ompany. ond
Ir. backing up Ita demand had offii.d
th oampanv the alternative of buying
it holdlnga In the Manhattan at ITS.
Tha gtitck anlil terlay on the Hloik
Kirhana at 131 1-2.
If Itoiri la a pabUo anWaeMj
wit wawaaa a BTtg tale
aittw It abasia a gaae at oaae,"
aaM aVaroaark VraaUeat MaAaaay.
"I ttoitoW It la a matter far tha
raa4 Jary," aaM Mayor ayaor.
I'raldnt Mi Anenv brought the aub
way attuatlon before the Board of Ketl
nate wlien h announced he had aaked
I'halrman McCall of the I'ubllo Service
t'ominlaalon to aetxl I he nropoieu "m
tract with tha Brooklyn Tranalt Com
iny to tha board that thin might ba
iUtViS UPOAU. IS RIAOY TO
Pregldent McAneny alao made an an
nounce maat which Indicate Imoat cer
tainly that Ohalrman McCall of tha
Pablla Bgrvlca Commlaalon haa mad
. iib hit mind with regard to tha dual
iontracta and la randy to algn tham
wkaa matter reach a proper ahaip.
"Tag aplrlt of Black Friday aUll lln-
gar in om famine,
"Ami I want lo av that while I t lilnk
the proper authority aliould inveatlgate
thl rf . . my committee of ti board
I going to probe Into every hit of thu
till of the Manl nttan proparty," con
Mimed Mi. MnAnnii 'We are going
to aee by what tlifht It runt tta llnee
through the atMcta and fhe parka Bl
thl oily, we ore going lo ae bow II
obtained till ilghl, what It paya for It
We will aleo lnt lire Jiow tney ebUtlnol
the light tu coivettuct Weir prraent third
M'CALL CONSULTS WITH TR AC
t'halrman Mot'all aummonad ! -..!. ;.
Hhonta of the InterborouaTh and Tree)
dent William of tha B. H T. to Ma
lofll-e tn-dav. II tald he waa n km .
Iirfurmntlon on varlcnia frutiirea of Uta
lontr.icta, t.nt that he would Inalat on a
fir nal apvllcelloa from Ih Itwerbm -ougli
If Ih third tracking fttflMSfttd
were to tie laeued to It Inatnul of the
Kfforta to gl further comment from
Mr. Oould on the atilijevt to-day wen
unavailing It waa at Mi urnc In the
Cltf Inventing Building for a wtile
during the morning, total hi aecretary
aald he had nothing to ,i.
STILWELL BUT WOULD
SAVE BECKER'S LIFE.
MRS. DEEMS KISSED
AI LAST, BUT BY HER
SON Of SEVEN YEARS
Her Hirst Touch of i ips
simply Divine, Mttmorc
Uai.iimoki:. Itto. ItUTi There!
at I ii'ctiia, IWlttJlfthfaa, who aaatrgl
iy ggki ago talttSad in Bourl thai Mic
had nrr In her life bags klaned by
father, mother, weithrait, h.iai.and r
hill, haa at laal tuelrd the lUSf of oa
cnlatlon. Mia. I m waa recoveilng frum an
Injury lo a leg loel wnk when two
lipt were nptiirniil to her own, a pair J
of aoft IflM faeti neil tin mm 1 1 aiound i
M ngcjt, I Bloltl lomlh waa on her
i iierk She could i.ot i "' litem. Whan !
lirY nt it'iei i i, me in the room her Bp'
weie rlnacly preaaed lo (hone of her
tort an i i oi l tan.
Waa that really your flrel klaaT'l
Mm Hernia waa aaked to-d.v.
"yea," ahe replied, and hn amlled
bratMly, M If the oafUlgUog n, a dream
lOfrg to he remeintiered.
"I ild you enjoy ItT"
' Oh, It MM almply divine great. My
hoy klarej nie every day now; he haa
hecrjgtg rtcutaf klaalng bug.' I lat
him klH all he wantii, biK no one elm
nriall klm nie."
"Vnnr BlMbaad unld lhat lie klaaed, you
more than a (hotieanil Umea," Mr.
Iieerna waa told.
"lie never did, and never will. My
aon Waa the first person to ever kla me,
and he will be the only one. Ilia kla
during inv anfferlng allayed rny pain
mote than I can tell."
t'ardlnal Farley gtwrta Home.
BAN JUAN, I'orto Rico, Feb. 27. Car-
llnnl Cm ley, who hai bean taking part
In the four hundredth annlveraary of
the dlnceae here, sailed for New Totk
yratriilay on the ateamer Braxoe.
II ( atpUsI Punishment b AboliMicd,
Law at lime Appeal Is t3e
cided Would He Blndinf,.
Ai.imsv, Kb. Should the hill In
tioilured by Senator Slllwell to auhat!
t ute, life Imprlaunmcnt for Ui dealh.pen
nlty In murder rne-e beromi a law at
Ih preaent aaaalon of the I.rglalature,
it would ve the life of former Bollc
Ui uti limit Chat lei Becker of New York,
now under rntnr of death for the
murder of Unman lloaenthal, the
gambler. In Ih opinion of eminent law
The reason for this I that with tha
death penalty abolished the appeala
court would have lo enter Judgment on
the law existing at the time Ite declalon
I given, l ife Imprisonment Uien being
the penalty prearrlbcd for hi crime, he
would eacapa eleotrocutlon.
The bill wa to have been considered
toy the sen. iti- yeaterday, but becauae of
tn ahaenc of Majority l.ead.r Wagner
action wa postponed. It le not believed
that the bill will paea.
WOMEN SWEEP JERSEY.
TBENTON, N. J., r. 7.-Wlth the
gallerle filled with women tha A
tembly engaged In oratory for more
than two hour lato yesterday and then
paaaad by M to t tha Henat concurrent
ie solution providing for woman auffrage.
The reaolutlon will have to ba adopted
again by neat wlnter'a Legislature. Then
at a apeolal election tha proposed
amendment to the constitution will have
to be aabmllted to popular approval.
The two houeea of the Laglllatur
lll . - -1 tn tnlat mmIam Mis Uml.
urday and BreildtBt Fielder of the Hen
ate will be aworn In aa acting Oovernor
to auccead "ov. Wllaon.
USE A RAZOB.-
Don't jump out of the frying-pan Into I'm
Bra I Haven't you enough trouble ae with
that tormenting- corn? Cutting a corn with
any tnttrument may cause inflammation -blood-poisoning
la often the result. Be
wise don t risk a worao condition.
Take A dima or a quarter to your
aruggist. ne ii nana you a package of
Fierce Corn Plasters. They take tha
corn out whole , no cutting no risk
jutt a mm atrip easily and quickly
apptteu. Mart tno good time today
ina remedy it cioae at hand and
now c neap l
Ywar elntggiet wit) promptly re
tan your eUaaa or quarter if
L t. mitl t.. SadatlVM, Mitt.
I M ' ' wawar
M AT- aWWasaBHeW
it your draftlatVof kj mail)
have prepared tor To-morrow and Saturday, a Clearance Sale of Discontinued Lines in
Women's Fine Footwear
t Button and Leace Shoes, Walking Pumps, Colonial and Oxford Ties, of Patent Leather,
Black and Tan Russia Calf and Colored Satin, also Colored Suede Tops
with Patent Leather Foxing, in desirable shapes, Formerly from $4.00 to 7.00 Pair,
For Friday and Saturday they have also arranged Final Clearance Sales of
selected from their regular stocks, including
of striped materials, with pleated bosoms and
stff cuffs, also negligee with soft turned back cuffs,
of neat striped materials,
also white crossbar nainsook, i , i
Men's Night Shirts,
of soft materials, fancy trimmed, '
Reduced from fi.so and 2.00
Men's Four-in-Hand Silk Scarfs,
including crochet and knitted silks.
Reduced from 50c and 91.00
Men's Four-in-Hand Scarfs,
of exceptionally fine quality foreign and
American silks, in very desirable colorings,
Actual Values fl.SO, 2.00 and 2
Men's All Silk English Made Suspenders,
of the very finest quality, Reduced from 93.00 to SaOic
Men's Blanket Robes, 0 Q
in fancy patterns and very desirable colors, at o.n 3
Regular Values J5.oo and 6.00
Broken Lots of Men's Terry Robes, Jackets and Sweaters
of angora, knit and rough finished wool materials,
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Also the following Extraordinary Values in ieasotiabLfi
Men's Underwear and Hosiery
Sea bland Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers,
superior quality. Value 65c Each, at 45c
Natural Merino Shirts and Drawers.
Spring weight. Value f l.io Each,
Imported Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers,
extra fine quality, Value Si. SO Each,
Men's Pure Thread Silk Half Ho.se.
with serviceable lisle soles and heels, Value fl.oo Pair, at 59
Men's, Young Men's and Boys'
Winter Suits and Overcoats
At Further Reductions in Prices
For Men and Young Men
145 Winter Overcoats, ...
Actual S30.00 to 45.00 Values, at 19.50
35 English Ulsters, some leather lined.
Actual J50.00 to oo.oo Values. at 29.50
396 Suits, in navy blue or mixtures, mim
Actual f 22.50 to 30.00 Values, at 1 6.50
85 Mackinaw Coats,
Actual 112.50 to 15.00 Values. at 8.75
85 Youths Overcoats, .
Actual 15.00 to 18.00 Values. at 1 0.00
365 Separate Waistcoats, in renular or Full Dress
styles, of Silk Mixed or Washable $- A ooer o r-s
materials, sizes 34 tu 46, at 1 ,45, Z.OO, o.oO
Actual 3,0Q tu o.OO Values
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
Norfolk & Double-breasted Suits. $
Actual S6.00 to lo.oi) Values, at
Russian and Sailor Suits,
Actual 6.00 tn is.oo Valuta, at
Boys' Russian Overcoats,
Actual 7.80 to 16.50 Values,
Boys' Louk Winter Overcoats,
Actual HU.(K) to is. oo Values,
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats,
Actual 157.50 to 16.00 Values.
Boys' Separate Knickerbocker
Actual 82.50 and 3.00 Values
3.95 to 975
Boys' Clothing Dept.
Second floor. Mam BuJldjhj
West Twenty-third and Twenty-second Streets
i Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
165 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
The 63rd Annual Report of the Society, embodying its Financial Statement, and full details
regarding its progress during the jesr 1912, will be sent to any address on application.
This Statement shows:
ADMITTED ASSETS, December 31, 1912 r. $ 513,319,201.29
Incresse over 1911, $9,452,104.12
POLICY FUND (or Reserve) $421,266,987.00 I - - a aej i22 497 24
Other Liabilities $ 8,ir,r,,5io.24 f 1 429,422,497.24
ADMITTED SURPLUS Including Deferred Dividend Fund $ 83,896,704.05
NEW INSURANCE PAID FOR during 1912 $ 149,724,506.00
(Total with Additions, Revivals and Increases $153,576,879.00)
Incresse over 1911, $26,943,377; nearly double the incresse in 1911
OUTSTANDING INSURANCE, December 31, 1912 $1,429,211,848.00
Increase of $53,770,388; nearly double the Increase in 1911
INVESTMENTS MADE DURING 1912
Real Estate Mortgage Loans (all first liens) made in 33 States,
Canada and France; to yield 5.28 7.7.7. . . 7! 77'. $8,244,366.17
State, County and Municipal Bonds (Domestic), located in
the United States, and Canada; to yield 4.61 $3,176,649.00
Domestic Railroad Bonds; to yield 4.78 . . . $9,971,060.00
Foreign Railroad, Government and Municipal Bonds ; to yield 4.59 . $3,721 ,079.00
Miscellaneous Investments; to yield 5.05 $1,235,949.00
TOTAL AMOUNT INVESTED FOR POLICYHOLDERS during 1912;
to yield 4.90 (not including policy loans which were all made at 5)
TOTAL AMOUNT PAID TO POLICYHOLDERS in 1912
Increase over 1911, $924,976.91
Of 5,133 Domestic Death claim paid during the year, 5,044, or nearly 98, were paid within
24 hour after receipt of due proof of death.
During the year the Society continued and extended Hi educational
campaign for the conservation of Life, Health and Insurance. Policy
holders are aaked to co-operate in this important work.
Equitable policies are simple, direct, and liberal, and are issued in greet variety, for the
protection of individuals, families, partners, corporations, and the employees of business
" . Wa A ! II I A A
organizations, rarucuinrs win sum on request.
IID-DAY CABARET. sTH FLOOR.
-IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER"
Continuation of the Great Bankrupt Stock of
Pianos . Player-Pianos
Until 6 P. M. Saturday
H affer Ih
-Ihlrg the price
If you want to buy a high-grade piano or
player-piano at a remarkably low price, this is
your opportunity. The last carload was re
ceived the other day, and judging by Tuesday's
and Wednesday's sales we doubt if they will last
the week out. Therefore, we urge you to come
here tomorrow and make your selection. S83H
paaile HoUd 14-K. Ult
ueaiiemea a wiirnn
ya avoui oar
.. ...... m ...ruuaiiuui lliti
,rVu! a ai aeieii nere new
bialnrdtbtra to ..11 far glU.HN. but tn
all I nt Tr.tr 1 la Ibe wairh quratlna
Inlrlng lu arcnaa nae we will give all
Ih information dralrrd If thry will rail
at wir watrh departmtint Ixrror O n'rliH-k
P. M. Halurdai. Nrvr brfur la the
Ihlrfr-two iMra hair Mld watrh..
rr hair .Aid watrl
llrrrt to the ttubllr hav ivr dfr.il win
.-una I -lf. linin mM
Ill aland vr kauwa teat. Kven
I nltrd Mtatra Mint on Wall Hlrrrt
Had tlirni lo be aolld I l-K. (inlil It
wlaa t ham to make an aaaajr ,,r II.
wlah lhani. ta make an aay nf
for lra than Kin.lMI w will refund vmir
nioi.inrni la auarauteed to be 2H-Jrwrl(rl.
elan adja.led. and al
br ao ntlatak. If on
one ea good
nr If for an j rraaun
brrn it uriaa it
ana nave a it
voir. inr lo
trade. No mall or meo.rngrr order, flllrd
gl'J.liH aa regav.t
yiui no h... .iii
within trn data a
rel turned to foir.
,.n dava ana hnv all of vo
our num.' I
gl7.-i.00 guild IN.K, Uold Matrh for SlitO
i.i.imi boiiu in)-ak. t.oiu u ii inr in.
SK.tNl Solid I l-K. Hold Wetrjt fur fin
nn.iMi s,,ll, l
-K. i. ..Ill Walrh for
Watohe for all.
Watrhea imrrhaoen front n.. If niiaall.
faetorv, ran be rrttirnrd wllhln Iru dev.
end or tv III refund all of eour nmnev on
rrauret oe eirhaage thrm far new onea.
CHARLES A. KEENE
aa aaa g IHantonda. Watrhe. deweir.v.
1 8U Broadway. New York
All leaf or fonnd aHhlea ad
vrrilaad la The World will ba
ll.trd at Tub World'a Jnfurma
tloa Burro a. rulltirr Vulldlni
Arrade. I'ark Howl World'a
t'ptovrn Offlre, aorthweat fag
ae SNIn Nt. and Broadway!
World'. Harleen Offlee, SIIU
Weal lasih m a ad World'a
Brooklyn Office, M Waahlng
toa St.. Brooklyn, fag SO data
following tag jaaWaaf ' ta
A Beautiful $325 Colonial
Terms, ONLY $1.00 a week
Absolutely guaianteed ior 10 yeara
Beautif ulNew $650Colonial
Every member of the family can play this
Terms, ONLY $2.00 a week
All fresh new goods but only a limited number to offer.
Annual February Clearance of Exchanged Pianos
We otfer rionie exceptional bargaius for tomorrow sixty-six in all. Among them we
mention the following at
This lot of piunos nt out- hundred and fifteen dollars represents collection of meri
toriottl instruments that will appeal to any one seeking a serviceable piano at an ex-
ticmcly Ion price.
1 Conover Upright
1 Weser Upright
1 Hardman Upright
1 Emeraon Upright
1 Waters Upright
1 Estey Upright
1 Haxelton Upright
1 Chickering Upright
1 Weber Upright
1 Shonlnger Upright
1 Sterling Upright
1 Bradford Upright
You'ii' bound to find a piano and a name to suit you and your guarantee of salis-
factloil la assured.
You Can Buy Any of Them on Eay Terms of
1 Hallet tfc Davis Upright
1 Mason & Hamlin Upright
And Many Others.
Only U.00 a Week
'ygar'l fii i trial I r llir Jiiano you at-lrct for a whole year; if you are not uioru Ihua taUaoed
M ailf " BtOBSJ psid to auply on uny new piauo or playur-piauo in our Bart? Ota.
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO., SIXTH AVENUE. ITH TO 30TH STREETI
Sunday World Wants Work Wonders