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MAKES NEW CHARG
OF POLICE GRAFT
Disorderly House Keeper Tells
Whitman of Twenty Years'
New poller craft disclosures implic.it
lisg a hlffh official whose name has not
been mentioned before In connection
with the collection of "prntecUon
money" are promised b the District
Attorney an the result of th- visit of n
woman to his office to-day Thin woman.
It In said, haa conduct - d a disorderly
houKe In t.'ila city for twenty years.
THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913
and for aome reason unexplained she
haa decided to he revenscd upon certain
Policemen and tell uf her deal I rata with
The name of the woman tins not been
reveah-d. Hhe was a' compared by Law
yer I avld M. Neuberger of No. 10?
tlroa Iwny. After a conference of nn
hour with the IMstrict-Attorney the
woman and Mr Neuherger went to the
ofltce of Aaslatant IMstrlr (-Attorney
Smith and furnished information which
aused the Issuance of more than a doicn
DOZEN SUBPOENAS RUSHED
OUT FOR CORROBORATOR8.
Theae were placet In the handi of te-
tectVves and process servers The per
ns aimmonel hy th- subpoenas will o
ub!e. a'-cordlng to the st"ry told by Ihe
woman, to KWi- 'u 1 eorroboratlon to lie;
Recusation th.it nhe haa a'arpd the
prmflts of her business with police of
ficer In return for non-Interference.
The tlrand Jury empanelled yesterday
by Supreme Court Justice Beabury and
ordered to uae every expediency to dis
cover the "men higher up" In police
corruption to-day. culled officers of
the Wine. Uqitof and lleer f'ealera' As
sociation In an effort to obtain evidence
attains! nffl alt of the Police Depart
ment who are said to have participated
It the annual graft of tl.M.OOO Dletriet
Attorney Whitman heeleves was extort
ed from the saloon keepers of New
The heads of the liquor associations
turned over to Mr. Whitman the books
he haa! requisitioned, and Mr. Whitman's
ahl. spent much time examining the
various receipt and expenditures. The
witnesses were excused for the day.
Thera were found several Items
marked "specials." which will ba the
subject of investigation by the Orand
Jury. These "specials." rhe associa
tion's officers have declared, accounted
for their salaries, but it Is reported on
aood authority that there also Wera
"salary accounts." Theae "special" ac
counts, for the most part, averaged
SEEK SWEENEY GRAFT TRAIL
It was learned to-day that several
hoteikeepera from the Williamsburg and
Oreenpotnt sections of Brooklyn have
been summoned to appear In Mr. Whit
man's offlre fin- examination. These
hotel keepers can be compelled to ap
pear before h "IratHl Jury In New York
I'oitnty. though the evidence they might
glv. cannot be .-ed as the basis fur
Indictments In this county. 1
According to reports which have
reached the District-At torn v office.
lriepctor Sweeney, when sent fiisrn
1 1 ... I . . t- - . 1 a I
I ouo.iin ui ut oo'rn(NMni ami iiiiaiue-
Dura eecLion. cnniinisjMi levvtnK ruts
mi disorderly houses and hotels, atid
th names of hotel tnen there who are
snld to have Ix-en forced It "give up"
have been furnished
Should It be indicated that Sweeney
extorted graft while he was In command
In Oreenpolnt and Williamsburg as an
Inspector, the evidence will be delivered
to the District-Attorneys of Kings and
Queens Counties for Orand Jury a'-tlon
HOTEL RAID "TIPPED." SCHLCS
At the same time agents fron the District-Attorney's
office, under direction
of Assistant rHetrlrt-Atorneys Oroehl
and Smith, began a rigid Investigation
loto the report that the raid last night
on the llo;e Avenel formerly Oeorge
A. Slpp's llaltln Hotel was "tlppel off"
In advance by some one lotinn ted w,th
the Toiler Department.
The preparations for the rai l on the
Avenel were kept secret until in o'clock
l ist night, ahen Magistrate Appleton. In
thi Night Court, was asked to Issue a
"arrant for the arrest of Joseph Schles
Inger, one of the syndicate that pur-
I oas.sl the AveneJ from Slpp Poll e In
spectors Payer and Daly, accmnpan d
l Assistant District-Attorneys Uroehl
rd Smlt'i and pnllcetiien and detecthes,
htirrlad to the hot. I.
Uutck as waa the,- tup. it Is said the
telephone bad been quicker, and when
thrv reached the Avenel. at No jn.'f
LtMngtttj avenue, flchleslnger had d!s
appeared. Frank Davis, who said he
was merely the halUnan. was arrested
More than thirty men and women were
In the hotel, but none uf them waa
The hotel was searched from basement
M garret for papers. One uf the books
selsad waa the bank book of the HsJt.e
Motel company, showing large deposits
in the Twelfth Ward flank, Islington
avenue and One Hundred and Twenty.
nMh street Hisme of thn deposits were
tt startling as to cause an independent
lneetlgtlon hy the District-Attorney's
on January 1 of thla ywor. the Italtlc
Hotel Company. In three different de
posit, placed In the bank M" 50. let
and I ' It Is not believed In the
Dlstrlot-Attorneys office that thla sum
-nearly II."""-represents one day's
business, how over profitable the betel
mnv have been.
If Is ie ail,-1 that th. third of each
month was -ailed "collection day" In
Harlem. Nosrlv eiery hrlhet y Indict
ment so faj returned hU specified that
the sftbag w. re tiat l either on the third
r the fourth of eat h month. Ashley
Sio ami IVhVeitiaii Kurervs K,,x, con
f sawed urine oile. tors, nave told the
iiismct Attorney that there, was a
clearing hotter 1 n Hat lem for police
The deposits shown from the A venal
Hotel on Jan 3, together with the fact
that the hotel made three separate de
poelts on that day. InrMnrd the Distil, t
Attorney's oldest to the liellef that the
Avenel was the clearing house rsferrsd
The boose selial last night also show
that the raid mad on ths A vend oa
Jan. .1, following n Men a uniformed
policeman ws kept in the hotel to learn
the character of Its guests, did not ma
terially affect Its dally rrtelpu. whloa
averaged nearly ?n a day.
The witnesses summoned before ths
Orand Jury to-dav included Michael
Qulnn. aecrstary, and I D O'Connor,
treasurer of the Wine, l.lqunr and Hear
Peelers' Association, and John Mustard
of No 1 Manhattan street, president.
Kted Wane of line Hundred and Twen
ty-fourth street and K.lKhth avtniie. sec
retary, and Thomas Hantaan of No 444
West One HWsirti and Twenty-first
street, tressurer of the Thirty-first Ids
trlct Im al of the association.
ew Year's Oat LMtts) I, Ms.
HARTFORn. Masoh 4 - la Osnr. BaJ4
wm's mail to-lar wmm a Mmm Tsgsfa
greeting from Oov Pothiar of lUsstts
Island, wrlttsn Jan. 14, and Intrusted ta
the rare of Harry M. Jonas, tha poataj
aviator, who, flying from Watlisa ta Naa
Vork. a cording to the 1st tar, wwa ta
etarl ror Hartford the next
and the lettar wts
M, at New tten
i sat BBSSW star Tssskk.
cat tt lssos mm i-sit
"Haw 4V Btur children set ll
The air line route did not astand to taxsjkt fjs
ssJsTt imagine they hne
r anrthtcs y(t Ps
A p&y Infellibeni r
or tkis ta UmbS ta -- .1
to. tka tauC nil
"Hello! Yes, There Are Still Some
Of Those Fine English Overcoats at $25
In the Annual CLOTHING Clean-Un"
Mews about this now
famous G i m b e 1 event
spreads as fast as though
we telephoned it to every
wide-awake man in New
York. Lots of men who have
not been able to get here
sooner will be coming down
tomorrow morning for their
share of the good things.
And they are many. For
every garment in the Sale
is of Gimbel calibre and
the price-reductions, are as
tonishing, because our
whole stock is involved ex
cepting the brand-new
Spring lines, which are just
coming in. We don't be
lieve in carrying over old
stock and this clean-up ac-
Kich picking tomorrow among the
Men's Fine Suits at $19.60
That Were $38 and $40
Heap is a saving of about half on some of the beat Sack
Suits in our Winter collection; in conservative and toft
roll luiel styles.
Oth-r Kroupt of Suits at $18.76, $14.60 and 911.TI.
Many Other Groups of Extreme Interest
Including Men's Fur and Fur-lined Coats, Norfolk
complishes our purpose admirably.
Men's English Overcoats at $25
That Were $45 and More
Splendid London model', in warm, but light English
fabrics: also all that e.re left of our tine.st American Coat.
Other fine Overcoats at $16.76, $14.60 and $11.79.
Men's Spring Overcoats at $16
Silk-lined, and of $26 Quality
In black and two slides of Oxford gray, in a smart
ItlS Chesterfield model, fully lined with soft Merveilleux
ilk, and silk or clotb-Iuced to edge of lapels.
Suits, with long and Knickerbocker trousers, Evening
Dress and Dinner Suits, Mackinaw and Hunting Coats.
Also uoys Overcoats, Suits and Irousers.
The Clean-Up of Men's and Boys Clothing in the Subway Store
Men's and Youths'
Men'i and Youths' $16 Suits tt
Men s $16 Suits tt $9.50.
Men's and Youths' $10 and $12
Suits at $6.
Man's and Youths' $160trcoatf tt
Han't and Youths' $18 Overcoats
Mtn's and Youths' $10 Overcoats
Mtn't $16 Spring Overcoats at $9.76
Men s $3 Troutert tt $1.70.
Mtn't $3.60 Trouttn tt $2.46.
Men's $4.50 and $6 Trousers at $3.
Men's $8.60 Raincoats at $6.63.
Mtn's $10 and $12 Raincoats tt
Mtn't $16 Crtvtntttts at $7.60.
Mtn't $6 Tan Rubbtr Costs tt
$3 Double-Bressted Suits at $1.76.
$3 Norfolk Suits at $1.76.
$4 60 Overoottt, 21 , to 0 years, tt
$6 All-Wool Long Overcoats tt $3.
$0.60 Russian Ovtreoata tt $3.66.
$2 to $3 Wash Suits tt $1.
$7.60 Norfolk and Double-Brtaated
Suite tt $4.60.
$4 Spring Reefers at $2.86.
$1 Indian Pity Suite tt 66c.
$6 Norfolk and Double-Breasted
Suite tt $3.60.
$3 Russian Ovtrcoats tt $1.36.
$6 Suite, odd 24 and 3 years, $2.
Subway Store, Balcony
No Home Is Too Fine to Make
A Place for This China and Glassware
QUALITY, BEAUTY and DIVERSITY are ihe characteristics of this March
event, which zee are most eager to impress on every one who may be in quest of China and
X They ore tile attributes thnt establish this Ginibrl Sale on an eminence of its own. flOne may, per iapt, find these
superb wares elsewhere at full prions, but it is impotsible to duplicate the low prices for which we offer them.
COMPARISONS will convince you much more effect uully of the truth of all this than our mert say so we urge
you to make them. Also, t hat if similar wares can be found elsewhere that the Uimbel savings are far more liberal.
Here are Jtricinoics gamemi iutc unu. inrrt in mr BBBfsm unrrnm:
Fine American Porcelain Service,
coin gold handles, four desijiiiH.
Fine Limoges China Sets, 100 pieces.
Austrian China Sets, coin gold edges.
Limoges C hina .''i -Limoges
The extraordinary Limoges China Oold
tnorutted Dinner Service.
English China Service.
English China Service.
English China Service.
Rich Cut Compotes
Cheese and Cracker Dish
Rich Cut Bowl
Mayonnaise Uowl and Piatt
Ice Cream Trays
English China Limoges China
Bsiular March Batuiar March
Pries Prlca Pries Pries
1260 Service size . $137.60 $125 Servioesize $G7.60
$100 Service size $66 150 Service size $10
$150 Salad or Dessert, $96 $36 Dinner size $22.60
$135 Salad or Dessert, $76 $25 Dinner size $16.60
$125 Salad or Dessert ,$72. 60 $12 Salad or Dessert,$7 76
$U0 Service size . .$62.60 $5.75 Salad Plates, $3.96
$75 Service size $49.60 $14.50 Dinner list, $9.76
$55 Service sise $36 $7.25 Bread it Putter
$35 Fish Size $23.60 PUttt, $5.26
$42.60 Bread and Putter $7.75 Bread & Butt"r,i5.26
Plates, $27.50 $4.75 lire id & Butter .$2.95
$28 Bread & Butter,$18.60 $6 Bread & Butter, $3.76
Fish and Game Sets
We have specialized in these charminc "nurse
services of which the following are t .. iplcs:
$18 Game Sets, richly decorated $11.76
$75 Fish Sets, deep maroon border and gold $37.60
$45 Oamo Sets, Limoges China $22.60
$24 Game Sets, Limoges China, ivory border $16.60
$35 16-pieee Game Seta of Austrian China $7.60
$4.75 Turkey or Hoast Sets of English porcelain $2.26
Rf Art Wares g
$36 Marble Busts $22
$16 to $20 French Bronze $10
$42.60 Bronze Figure $22.60
$160 Real Bronze Group $87.60
$65 Royal Sevres Vase $29.60
$95 Hand-painted Vicuna Vase $37.60
$60 Coalport Vase $20
$40 Vienna Vast $20
60-pc. Crysta'. Services ce.h
Gold and Crystal Table Service $60
French Crystal, encrusted border $37.60
French Crystal, deep etched $16.60
English Rock Crystal Service $62.60
English Rock Crystal Set $47.60
Fine American Crystal Service $29.60
$21 American Thin
Blown Service $14.76
$11.60 Fine Thin Crystal
$1H Louis XV. decoration
Fashion Event of the Spring Season
In the GIMBEL SUBWAY STORE
2,176 BEAUTIFUL SILK DRESSES
A Sacrifice Purchase from a Heavily Stocked Manufacturer
The Original Gowns from Which These Were Copied
Would Sell at Very High Prices
Values may bt readily surmised, whan we State that these Dresses art made)
up of tht following fashionable fabrics and weaves :
Crepe de Chine
And a number of very handsome beaded chiffon Robes.
This manufacturer unfortunately for himself,
but fortunately for you invested too much money
in raw material. So they will be sold at an average
of HALF the INTENDED RETAIL PRICE -
The Styles represent the accepted designs for the coming
season and we have one or more models of the very best of each
style, t Handsomely draped Gowns Balkan effects, with the
straight lines to waist which are to be so much favored
Russian blouse styles and every new mode daintiest of crea
tions for youthful figures, as well as subtly designed draped
Gowns for larger women. In fact, never before has THE
GIMBEL SUBWAY STORE offered such excellent style and
quality in Women's Apparel at such very reasonable prices.
To JyrOm tmphatue th sfyle point and bsaufy of (Asm (Iowtui
THEY WILL BE DISPLAYED ON LIVING MODELS.
A full range of sizes for women and misses, 14 to 44.
The leading shades of the season, including:
1SJ I T
Then There Are 600 Still More ELABORATE DRESSES at $18.50 Each
Soft shimmering silks, richly brocaded, precisely the same styles and models of those at $14.60, because nothing could be newer than anv
of these Dresses, but the more expensive trimmings and heavier weaves are used. There are 50 different styles, in some cases onlv one or
two of each. A full range of sizes and every new Spring shade. Were it not that these presses were purchased from one of our best
makers, in a very great quantity, at a much lower figure than usual, they would be selling tomorrow at a bigger price and nearer to
their actual worth.
Sale Takes Place in Subway Store Balcony Extra Salespeople and Selling Space 33rd Street Side
PRE-EASTER SALE of DRESSMAKING SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
ipport unity for thotie who arc makirm their own Lur ter frocks and Sprinu and Summer (JarraenU.
TRIMMINGS RIBBONS LININGS DRESS FORMS
Complete Stocks Spring Dress Goods; New Spring Silks
at 50c to $1.50 Yd.
( ifferintf exceptional opportunit
Special values also on:
I'ur this only fn lii.stniriloiis
trt Im'Uis; glvan In tot iulwuy Mori;.
nil ihe nswStltchss in An Matdltwork -Hnri.nl
wiiii (jloallta rlbra.
lisclal Prices on ttaraiiad Qooas Durtnir
Scarfs' and osntrvMst'ss, ato anil 38c.
Towels, loc, itc and Ma,
I'hiMrefi'a .lit- . nubile n: i 60c. 70c
Infanta1 dri'SHi-s and klruonos, 35c.
HltlrtwiilsiH. oti fins quality llnulrc. 50c.
Ht'imped all Unfit rtntreijttrts. 15c
As -ll as many special lots of n irmr.i' l it ! -mc-ruurth
to 0M-thlrd hi..v roK'ilur pine',
86c to $1.26 Skirt and
Dress Lengths, 46c yard
Blata and eolortd fabrics, in
rludfnt a very eoRiprshenalvt
colltonon of nil the haw weaves
uni colorings of the season.
Zlhellnen, sulllriK. sei'Kas mo
hair. fii'iUn. r.ihunias, etc r -Subway
Dress Skirts Mule to
Ror n limited neri id. when ma
terials ..re purchased in the u
H.iy lraa floods Sections, ws
will make u in i ij - in 1 1 r i sain.
imiiMiit i us r fee I tit and entire
MituriKin.n. fur ato iii addition
to the --'.st i.r mtttrlal 1
models ohooss frnrn.
ta BATES CHAaaMUaa. Si as v. nr.
A fabrlo tnott adapt aide for eiiral Hear Itloh In ilnUh and of soft
drapini; quality Tn popular stiest and SVeMaa shades. Includlnl taupe,
brawn, navy, nellroSC, wistaria, old ross. clsl. pliik. black, whlto and Ivory.
Also at the snt uric;
f AMDS i'AHIIMKKK IK BOIE RKQIIUIt 2.l.'. QUAUTY.
Forty Iii' lies wI.Ib a broken iissortin. nt of colors, most of them being
in the new evening whiles Thla Is a lovely weave, huvlns; thu dull lustre
flnltbau dtalraalt ivr yard. lut.
Bubwsf Lower floor
Remarkable Sale of Sanford Axminster Rugs
The rugs in this sale are technically known as seconds in the trade rejected hy the
manufacturers hecausc of slightly mismatched design, or widths slightly shaded. Any slight
defect condemn- them and they are laid aside until sufficient quantity accumulates. Qtmbel
Brothers procured an assortment of this nature at a big reduction, and they arc offered here
with on the .-an e terms. Most of these ruiis appear to ho perfect in every detail, and il
would take an expert to discover their slight deficiencies,
toll gtafnlnts Rugs, regularly ISO, at $22.60. gx'j simicMH Hu. regularly lit. so, at tia.
jgi0.6 Stamltti Hus, rtgularly $20 so, at $20. 4. fist;. Htamltti Rugt, regularly 17.60, at $6.26.
9x12 St-amH Hui?, n-Kularly $'J.r), St $18.60. 86x70 inchoe, gtgrnltll Itllgl. rtgularly W", ut $3.26.
8.3x10.6 Burntd Kurh, rtgularly 181,60, at $1T.60. 27x64 inches, laffjgjtsf Rugt, ri-tt'ilurly $2.2.'). ut $1.76.
Also a larvp niirt
ment "f Hall Runiv r .
ranging froin 2..tx!i t
!i,"xlfi and 3s9to3xlS,
at ntioul 26 Per Coat
Ifrn hail r'Kular pr:'-'--Subway
THIrlT r-THIHD Wl.
Laces and Embroideries
8 and lOo Waababla X,acsa, to ya.
Imitation cluny, muchlnv mads
linen ami eoiton lorchon autes unu
insertion to I Inches wide.
IS to 30c Lares. 10 and Its yd.
Point de Paris shadow, fancy cotton
and Piatt vi' n lm-ss and
Inaertlons - to 0 Inches wide.
A3 and oso baos riouaoiags, 3fte.
yd. vaTancienntt and shadow u .
Hounoaa, to II Inch si wide a
tl Chiton Cloth, tOc vd. til Inches
Witt all the new Miadea MI.i.'a
attbway Iowsr floor
7te Dew Drop cuiffun. 38e yd.
Hlack. whits and the new nhades-aniber-On
erwl tS, irold-on-whlte and
Kray in iBjohat wide
35c to tl.60 All-Over Laces, tto to
tl 74. Shadow. Vsnlse und Orien
tal .ill over l.tces. for tulntpea,
"k", alul etleeves 17 Inches Wide
to Mo Embroideries, lac a too
fa. Nain-M.ok and camhrlc Soaot
nss. 11 to 17 Inches wide. Swiss
".laes. 7 to in Inches wile
10 to tto Btgas and Insertions. 5,
t and lie yd. Nainsook and cam
bric edges. 3 to N Inches wide. In-
eertloiiM 2 to U ll.chi'S wide.
Spring Sale of New Wash Goods
Now in Progress in the Subway Store
Thousands ol yards of new, freuli and Sttlrablt rahrlcs at handsome r -
ductioiis. li.-low He un.:e .. few or the many snecials for Wed ieday.
tttsn.iur i Awon llhgtdama, yd ta
mu isra i am ues ,i aa
Itto 36-in. t. percales, yd Sa
ic JT-lnch Itlppleties, yd to
'? in. n iress alnghama, yd. to
Its liuuorlsd Voiles, yd ISc
lie Mercerlisd Poplins, yd Igc
BOr llordrred Poulards, yd ISo
16c I'otton Itamle gultius, yd... tc
10c Hllk Atrlned Voile, yd Itc
LOOM ESDI Of WltS OOODt.
Thoueaiidt of yaroi i i . inarknide reductions
Site TO J Will OOODt AT to TO.
PoplISS, idols nnit ! u roiiielHolioat, '"' strtces, ilines grutgruint.
Oflomoiis, creaes, r-ps oat sttrvtvitM aortas, rais atsortini a cams rvwat
one of th' seel eTdafem looms
ALL AT to TABS.
Subway Lowsr Tloor