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TBI IVIjriNO WORLD, MONDAY, JtJlf I 16, 1918
OWNERS OF HOUSES
TO BE PROSECUTED
IN POLICE CRUSAD
inspector Dwyer Invokes New
Law to Break Up Resorts
In the veetlbnle of a handaume flve
tory apartment house In WMt I'orty
Mvcnth street, between Sixth avenue
and Broadway, a atalnart young police
man (a alltlng to-day waiting for some
ae to coma along and claim owner
alp of the building. Ha, or one of hla
celleeeiiee, haa been there alnca Satur
aor. Any one desiring an apartment houae
way ateri right up and tell the pollre
asan that he, or ahe. la the owner. By
aSvtce of counael. It were wall to re
(rain from ao doing, for claim to
esmerahlp of thla particular building
will raault In Immediate arreat on the
Charge of conducting a disorderly
Thla altuatlon ia the reault of Inapertor
Derver a llrat atep toward a crtiaade
agalnat dleoderly nouses In the upper
TMderloln. Operating under the law
waaed Xlay So, by which a houae owner
can be held reaponalble without direct
efMenoe that the owner la personally
aware of what la going on In hla houae.
ctor iwyer ia aaaembling a maaa
nalea coming rhla morning from, the Hu
dlca's flat, rushed Inta the flat and found
Hudlck beating hla wife with a flatlron.
Aa thay can to Mrs. Hudlek dropped to
the floor unconecloua. She waa taken
by Dr. Shaw to the Waahlngton Haighta
Hoapital. Hudlek waa arreated. Hudlek
aald that he waa driven to the aaaault
by the thought of living with Ma wife
Severe Ling Trtoble
Plenty of freak air aad eoea teed are
necraaarv to eereone uffertne from taa
trouble, but eemelhlna aiere la aaadid to
brine abou' fall health. Bea-man'e Alter
etlve la a aeeeJcrae fer threat aad Waa
troublee. and ao manv raporta have bean
rrrtlved ihnwlna tkat It broaaht about
good reaalta In a namber ef eaaea wkU'h
were declared hopeleea. that all Butfer.ra
who are nut benefiting otherwlee er.euld
at leaat Inveatleate what It haa done for
ethert. lnvtetlaete thli caee:
Madleon T-a.. aUaa.e
e, "Oentlemea: In oeremb.r lsei. March
moo and gwaiemaer. lsoe. I waa lake
with hemorrheeea of the I mat which eon -fined
me enverel w.ek. each time ta aar
bed. Mv decler edvlaed n u n Wee.
"In November t atarted for Deaver. Ceie.
After mv arrival I met Michael Bred,
who. unen learnlaa of mv rendltlea. arsvd
me to take gteksian'a Alterative, tn about
two moatke I beaan tn feel better. I keot
en taklaa the medicine and Improved feat.
In March, leio. I ret anted heme, I
think I am entirely well, have a rood ee
oetlte aad alaea well. Whoa I left Denver
mv welaht waa IS none.. I now waiaa
inn. mv normal welaht. I tkaak Ood aad
vour Alterative for mv health."
I Affidavit) PAUL I.. FABNACRT.
I Above abbreviated: more or reaueot. 1
Krkmea'e Alterative hai been proven br
many yeare' feet to be moat effrerloaa
In ca.ea ol aevere Throat and Luna Af
faellnn.. Hronrhltla. Hrnnrhlal AiiKmi
Stubborn Celda aad In UDbulldln tbe era
I tern. Doea not contain narcntlca. ix,4aon.
I or habli-fnrmlna dru Tor aale bv
Rlker Heaeman Drug Store, and other
leadlne drueetate. Write the Erkmin lh
oratory. Philatl.l.ht. Pa . for booklet tell
Ina of recnverlee and aiMltlonal evidence.
of evidence agalnat more than 1M apart
meal bouaea, hotela aad rooming hoaaes
l Ms district. His crusade hla stirred
tka Tenderloin into a turmoil of anxiety
tTe new law provldee that two eon
vletlons within six months of persona
living In an apartment house or hotel
est disorderly charges are sufficient to
prove, without farther evidence, that
MB owner la to he held reaponalble for
what taken place on the premises.
Agalnat the particular apartmsnt houae
OBJ West Forty-seventh street Ina?ec
tSP Dwyer haa a record of ten arrsata
aad alx convictions since last Novem
ber. The houae haa fifteen apartments. One
by one the tenants were hailed Into
tour, and even whan discharged failed
to take up their abode In the same
batldlag. The result waa that when
Dywer'a man want to the house Sat
urday only two tenants were left. One
f thsm waa a couple who had taken
aa apartment without realising the
character of the building. They moved
oat Immediately and the other tenant
eras ordered to gat out within a week
og be evicted.
According to Dwyer, the owner la a
aWtoriouB Tenderloin woman known aa
California Kate," who, the police say.
Ig out of the city. As soon as ahe re
tarns shs will be arrested. Meanwhile
ail persons seeking apartments in the
baJMlng will be warned away by the
PwHceman on guard and the property
kapt closed until some action has been !
taken agalnat tbe owner.
"It's going to be a general clean-up,"
aald Inspector Dwyer to-day. "As fast
as we can obtain two convictions In
six months againet any p'.tee In my
district wa a'iil close the houae and
arreat the owners and lessees. The lan' i
gives us that rig. t, though It nas not
boon tested In court. This F' .rty-tev-aath
street uu.e will give ua a teat
oars If we can get hold of the owner."
Tbe relaure of the building was car
ried out undsr a warrant laaued by
Cask Magistrate McAdoo.
Mlt Wife With Flat Iron.
Neighbors of Mrs Alexander Hudlek
of No. tel West One Hundred and Slx
tg)rst street, hearing a tremendous
First thing in the
but Afar at
a vital habit that your
boy or girl cannot cultivate
too toon. See that your
children visit the dentist
twice a year and rely on the
night and morning use of
frees! erf rW eaeih kmW a i
ajr a PiHir at O lei J
Preeervea and beautifies lbs
teeth by keeping thsm polished
clsan. Prevents the formation of
tartar and tba beginning of decay.
Imparts a natural fragrance to
Dr. Lyon's is a velvety, pleat
ant, gritless powder that is seeV.
not Jo enfy year Wee
Mat ia eewtparent re eat
ARB YOU RBADIBO D. LYON'S
Bon wit Teller & Co.
Special Sale Tuesday
Women's Summer Dresses
Extraordinary Values at
A large variety of the most desirable models in cotton
crepes, voiles and ratines in white, colors
and daintily figured patterns.
Crepe de Chine &
China Silk Waists
In tailored frill and peasant
French Hand Made
Hand embroidered and
trimmed with real lace.
To Close Out
75 Women's Coats & Wraps
Formerly up to 39.50
Coats for street, motor, steamer, afternoon and
evening wear, including the leading fabrics,
together with a few silk coats.
Scarce Yet This French
Cotton Eponge Is But $1.35 Td.
When the word came that this remarkable purchase, made
in Paris but a fortnight ago, had arrived, we lost no time in getting
this material through the Custom Houae and on to our, tables
today. For Cotton Eponge is so much In demand that it ia hard
to get even at its regular price, and yet here ia a saving of prac
tically one-third on a particularly fine quality.
The quantity ia large, but that it will be snapped up quickly
goes without saying. There will probably be enough here for
tomorrow in this splendid assortment of handsome coloring.
48 inches wide, and in the correct eponge weave, which ia
ao smart in appearance and makes up so well, Seeendrieer
A June Notion Sale
That Sparkles With Fine Savings
These Notion Sales are built on the "little drops of water
little grains of sand" principle.
Perhaps it may not seem very exciting to save two cents on a
single spool of thread. But if you can save aa many people do
fifty cents or a dollar, or two, by buying ahead of time all the sup
plies you mutt have for the Summer, it's very muck worth while.
Besides, all these dressmakers' supplies and requisites for the
toilette, are of best quality which makes the savings all the
lSe for 26e pair Tie Lacea. atlk braid
10c (or three 6c cards Gimbeli "Sa
voy" Safety Pins,
ite for two 12c cubes Gimbels Im
ported Giles head Pins, beet quality.
"Duchess" English ring
10c for paper Gimbels beet Import-
Engl-sh Fins, 500 pins to paper.
0c for three 6c papers Gimbels
ed English Pine, 600 pins to
10c for three 6c boxes "Countess"
Hairpins, black or brown.
10c for six boxes Wire Hairpins,
black or brown.
10a for 15c Fancy Hairpin Cabinet.
Tapes and Braids
lie for two 10c pieces Featherstitch
lOe for three 6c pieces Crystal Wash
lie for two 10 pieces Lingerie Tape,
12 yards, fast color.
So for pe. Black Mohair Skirt Braid.
6c for piece Featherstitch Braid.
16c, 80e and See for piece 6 yards
Silk or Cotton Middy Braid.
Me for two 26c pieces Bulgarian
Washable Trimming Braid.
10c for three 6c balls L. V. French
16e for two 10c spools Barbour's
lOe for three 6c spools Balding Bros.
lOe for three 6c spools Black Sewing
loc for two reit-uned irouser or
10e for three 6c pairs "Neverbreak"
It Is Unexpected Good News That Brings This
Extraordinary Sale Just Beiore vacation Time
Of the Famous Convenient
1 1 a
or ribbon. Black or tan
16c for two 10c Felt Daubara
20c for Reversible Felt Polishers.
16c for 26c bottle Whittcmnew Whit.
Shoe Cleaner, Gilt Edge or Dandy.
26c to 460 Pair. "Mavarao"
26c (or two 16e oaira (Jimhela " Per
fection" Warranted Drees Shields.
26c for three 10c cire r.imhni.
"Duchess" Washable Ureas Shields.
90c dozen pairs.
400 for 46c spool "Ideal" Sewing
SOo for 26c bos (-lb.) Bank Pins,
all-brass; siaes 8,4, 6.
16c for 20c box (M-lb.) Dress
makers' Silk Mrs,.
SO tor 28c gross (6 eards) "Melba',
or "Gretehen" Rustproof Hooka and
6c each Washable Polishing Mitts.
Ss each Tomato Pin Cuaaiona.
10c Washable Wool Polishing Mitts.
100 for three 6c Gimbels "Honey
W BBSS VSBSBBBJ
6c Linen Corset Laces.
10c for 26c Cord Shopping Bags.
16c for two 10c cards Spiral Collar
10c for three 6c cards Washable
Sanitary Towels, one dozen in box.
2Se, SOo and 36c.
Pure Gum Bathing Cape. Variety
of styles, 26o, SOo and T6o. '
Savings of $5.50 to $20 on Their Regular
If there is one time more than another that the comforts
of the INNOVATION Trunk are most appreciated, it ia wbsa
you are away on a vacation. In the ordinary Trunk YOUR
CLOTHES GET FRIGHTFULLY MUS3ED, and it is usually
inconvenient and quite expensive to get them pressed.
With an INNOVATION Wardrobe Trunk
Clothes Need No Pressing
Every garment is carried on its hanger, just as though it were in your wardrobe at home, and turning the
Trunks upside down cannot muss the clothing carried. The drawers, shown in the picture, take care of other
articles. A Wardrobe Trunk pays for itself in a few trips, in the pressing that it saves, and in the wear ami
tear on clothing.
Now the INNOVATION Ingenuities Co. is making a slight change in their models, and we have purchased
the entire Spring of 1913 stock to sell at THESE BIG REDUCTIONS from regular prices:
$25 INNOVATION Wardrobe Trunks, Tomorrow at $19.50
(The lowest price for which a NEW and PERFECT INNOVATION Trunk has ever been sold.)
$45 INNOVATION Wardrobe Trunks, Tomorrow at $30
$65 INNOVATION Wardrobe Trunks, Tomorrow at $45
All in 1913 Models, and Absolutely Perfect
For those who prefer other than Wardrobe Trunks we offer tomorrow a fine collection of High-grade Trunks, from sash
famous makers as Likly, Mendel, Urucker, Hartman and Belber. They mar our nve-year guarantee is weu aatbe maksrsT.
In the assortment there are Drew Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Shoe Trunks, Hat Trunks, Men's Trunks, Skirt Trunks,
Basket Trunks, Steamer Wardrobe Trunks, in five price-groups, aa follows
$15 to $17.50 Trunks at $12
$18.50 to $21 Trunks at $15
$22 to $26 Trunks at $17.50
$27 to $31 Trunks at $20
$32 to $40 Trunks at $25
Main riser, Beer Aisle, sad Fttih flssr
Also the Following Trunks in the SUBWAY STORE!
Trunks specially purchased for this event, averaging one-third
to one-hall under-
$6.50 to $8 Trunks at $5
Five styles of Dress and Steamer Trunks; basswood body,
heavy duck canvas covering, oil painted; some metal-bound,
others fibre-bound; some ..1th straps, others with steel nailing
top and bottom, hardwood slats. Sizes 32 to 40.
$9.50 to $13 Trunks at $7.50
Six styles of Dress and Steamer Trunks; finely oonstrueted;
riveted, eloth-ttned, brassed steel hardware; some with stnpesad
fibre-bound, others metai-Dounu; two onjrs, top nay dlvMso.
Sizes 82 to 4U inches.
$15 to $21 Trunks at $10
Five styles of Dress end Steamer Trunks; three-ply venesr. j
ps ana narawoosv
ware; some with French locks ; thoroughly riveted ; top ti ay dt t td-
heavy duck covering ghtsd ea; some with straps
slats, others slatlestTlightwelght but Strang, cold rolled steel 1
. 1U Iswalrsa vKtfMMltfKlw rllfisstsi il i t n si ii i i i I
ed with removable bat crown, automatic tray lift; lowst disss
tray, with wsb In which gsrmenucan oe uso. maeseBtoSilla
Some $1.26 English Mohair
Brilliantine to Sell at 75c Yard
Immediately you think of its excellence for the bathing costume, the motoring
wrap, the light coat or separate skirt, or suit for Summer traveling.
And here is your chance to buv five yards of it for the usual price of three.
From a fine English maker who sold us his surplus; 44-in. wide, in a lustrous
finish. Black, navy blue, cream, pastel shades, grays and other good colors; all in
a desirable plain weave. Tomorrow at 76c yd. Second near
Two Extraordinary Purchases!
That is why these
Young Girls' So Small Women's
$6.75 to $10 Dresses
Will be sold '
At $5 Tomorrow
300 of the Dresses are of fine white voiles
and crepes in the lingerie stylee-nsome with
chic little peplums, others with lace-inset and
275 Dresses are of linen, cotton
tissues, striped and flower-printed voile
in the prettiest of colors.
Siifs 14, 16 and IB years. Third Floor
The Summer Cottage That Lacks
Its Full Quota of Cool Furniture
Has a special and lively interest in this news.
F'or it treats of decisive price-reductions on Porch, Reed and Rustic Furniture
in which our assortments have become incomplete.
Fine pieces for the veranda, the living-room, the big hall, or the lawn, may be
bought tomorrow well below their former prices and real values For examples:
The Porch Furniture illustrated; Includes
An ABM ROCKS R at $1.25 from $2
A SIDI ROCKER at $1.25 from $2.
A 8ITTII ROCKER at $8.50 from $5.25
All of those In groan or natural maple
The Rustic Furniture for the Lawn
Stoutly built of cedar, with smooth slat seats
and backs, Includes
Settees at $6.75 and $6.50, from $8 and $9.
Arm Chairs at $4 and $4 50, from $5 50 and
Octagon or Square Tables at $4, from $5.50
Artistic Chinese Grass Furniture
In the soft tan of the natural grass, closely
woven, but soft and springy, and very comfort
sale, comprises these pieces for the living-room
Arm Chairs at $6.50 and $7, from $9 and
Hockers at $7.50 and $8, from $9.50 arid $10.
Settees at $12.60 and $14, from $17 and $1 K.
Tables at $8.50, from $8.75.
Reed Furniture, Reduced
One-third to One-half
A considerable variety of (.'hairs, Rockers and
Settees, of which we have but a few of a style.
In white, preen and shellac finish, some of the
chairs and rockers upholstered in fancy cre
tonne. Prices rane from a Chair at $3, from
$6, to a settee at $16, from $30. Eighth Floor
'4.50 to '22.50
Although these Negligees
are made of beautiful ma
terials, their excellent line:
alone commend them. And
they are self-adjusting, as
they are inset with elastic.
Those at $4.50 are of
dainty dot ted Swiss trimmed
with voile collar and cuffs.
"The Josephine" a
pretty Empire style -of crepe
do chine, i.s simply adorned
with hand . embroidered
flowers strewn over its bod
Pleated skirt styles are
$7.95 in heavy Habutai
silk; $19.75 in charmeuse,
and $18.60 and $22.60 in
crepe de chine.
Women's Silk Glove
Of the Famous" Kayaer" Mdtm
16-Button at $1 a Pair
Style and quality are the two saasrtisls (
woman looks when she buys silk stoves.
Sometimes she secures one. sonetimes Oe
In "Kayser" Silk Gloves she secures BOTH.
These '"Kayser" Silk Gloves, made ISmSaW
GIMBELS, are even better than the usual fine Kay
quality, in material and finish, we bad to place a large
order 10,000 pairs to have them made for us.
The GIMBEL stock of "Kayser" Gloves Is lbs most
complete in the city, in black, white and colore S pala
And every woman needs Silk Gloves right sA
NEMO Broche Corsets at $2
Perfect Not "Seconds"
Here's the story of this remarkable Sale:
The manufacturer used up a surplus of broche that usually
goes into a $7 model. But these Corsets are fa&hionad after
a $4 style me only difference really
adds nvirit, for these Corsets are several
inches longer than the regular model
0 course. Uulihotos Webbini is Inset
to support ana rea;u4 uu
Fifth Avenue at 38thJ&reet