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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1017.
IS COURT ORDER 10
'BABY' MARLOWE BARES GAY
LIFE OF ERSTWHILE FRIEND
Landlords Score First Victory
in Fight Against Bronx
Tho landlords of the Dronx drew
flrt blood this morning' In their flpht
ayalntt their tenants In tho Munici
pal Court of tho Second District at
On Hundred and Sixty-second Street
and Brook Avonue.
"Pay up or got out," was tho de
cision of Justice Michael J. Hcanlan
In tho cases of 250 of tbo 236 famlltos
on whom notices of orlctlon bod been 1
erred. Trventy-flvo had paid their
nat before coin? Into court; answers
bad been filed In twenty-six casos, of
v which two were on the conditions of
leases, and the others for the reason
that the landlords had failed to sup
ply heat and'hot water.
The remainder of William J. Korn'a
and Gruenstoln and Mayer's tenants
.were given till Tuesday, at tho latest,
to pay up or got out, with' tho assur
ance that If they didn't their goods
and chattels would be put on the
The court room was as crowded as
k tenement In the lironx., Attorney
Louis A. Marklol, ut No. 116 Nassau
Street, who appeared for tho tenants,
eald ho had not had tlmo enough to
file more than twenty-six answers.
Justico Bcanlnn snld ho would hear
argument on tho twenty-six cases on
Monday. In all othor cases tho
families must gut out, unless tho
landlords wero satisfied to rccclvo tho
rents from them,
"if conditions In a house," said the!
- Justice, "don't suit a tenant, It's his
jirlvlleico to movo out. I will hear ,
these other casts on Monday, but you '
will have to nlvo mo somo vory high
authority to mako mo chango my dc-1
clslon that tho people will have to .
"I think I can give It to you," re-1
epondetl Attorney Marklcl. "The j
Janitors, representing tne owners or
thuso housos, told tho tenants that
they were to havo heat and hot water,
and those wero conditions under
which they went Into tho houses."
The landlords declare they will have
an army of city marshals and husky
furniture movers In tho lironx on
Tuesday. More than half tho popula
tion of tho lironx Is Interested In the
outcome of tho action, for already
other rents have been raised and no
tices havo been given tenants that
' raises aro to como.
"We've only begun to fight," At
torney Mnrklcl stated, after the court
had been cleared. "There will bo no
evictions on Tuesday. The city ,
marshals and piano movers will havo j
nothing to do. Wo havo prepared for i
this. Evrrv -- t who has to movo
will bo cared for by members of tho I
Tenants' lxaguo and tho Socialist
Consumers' League. Wo will havo
tfurnlturo vans to movo tho furnlturu
to storo rooms until our fight Is do- j
cldej ono way or tho other. Other
toiiantH will cmo for tho dispossessed. '
"Twenty landlords of Brooklyn liavo
offered houses under Immonsuly bet- I
ler conditions than tho tenants havo
Qircn II vine in, IkHIi n to snnltatlon '
nnd rent. If tho landlords llko tho
light, we'll give them all they want,
nnd will depornilato half Tho lironx
tiafnro wo uro through, transferring
th population to ltrooklyn."
Nino cases of eviction wero dis
missed In the sumo court on tho
frruund that only four days' notlco
,Jiad been given tho tenants, instead
of five, beforo tho warrants wero
FLOOR FELL ON INTRUDERS.
Support 11ml Hern Nnwrd Thrnnifh
In Kffnrt to Ktfrct Bnlmnof.
Following f rrasli of rending timbers
tvo men came staggering out of the
barcmcnt of No. 184 Monroe Street
early to-day under Abraham Levy's
shoe Mor. They were iiowdurod white
This Is the bmemrnt In which eleven-jear-oM
Tilly Hrecker wns found mur
dered Oct. 10 last nnd la regarded with
superstitious (ireail In the neighborhood.
Iollccmnn Itcllly followed tlio mm
and caiixht both after n ahort cliune.
They rero JaniPS Mllewskt of N'o. 342
Cherry Street with a record of thrro
yenrs In Trenton prlnon for burglary and
Tony Hmltli of No. 2913 Third Avenue.
In sawing an opening from tho cellar
Into the shoe store the main supporting
' joist had been cut. The celling and
floor enmo dowtij
Girl Acquitted of Mrs. Walker's
Theft Charge, Star Witness in
"Baby" Atbertlna Mnrlowo, so
prown up that the tltlo no longer fits
lier, was tho star witness to-ilny
ngalnst her crstwhllo friend and pro
tector, Mrs. Pearl H. Nolker, whose
husband, Itobert Nolker, of an old And
wealthy St. 1ouls family, Is suing .her
for divorce. While tho notion Is pend
ing In Stt. Louis courts tho locale is
in Now York.
Miss Mnrlowo was acquitted last
spring of Uio ohargo of stealing 61,015
from Mrs. Nolker. It was the laying
of that charge that broke up tho close
friendship between the girl nnd Mrs.
Miss Mnrlowo told of gay parties
given by Mru. Nolker In her own
iipnrtmrnts nnd those of her sister,
Mrs, Sarah Teasdulc. In West Klfty
On direct examination tho witness
testified reluctantly against hqr for
mer friend, but wlien she faced coun
sel for Mrs. Nolker In cross examina
tion sho proved most hostllo to Mrs.
I!. If. "..tliprn'K Condition SlUhttr
CHICAGO, Jan, 5. Tho condition of
R, II fSotlirrn, the actor, who In seri
ously III at a local hotel with gait
stones, was slightly Improved to-day,
according to attending physicians.
While It Is believed that an operation
mny be necessary, local physicians
mnde no decision, pending the arrival
of Mrs, Rothern (Julia Marlowe) and
Dr. Joreph Illsxell, the Bothern family
physician, from New York.
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James McCreery & Co.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Styles, weaves and colors for men and young men
Values the best of the season
An event of unusual importance the most exceptional saving opportunity.
arranged in two special groups according to price
A wonderful collection, every conceivable style from
the extreme tight fitting English model with soft roll
collar and patch pockets to the most conservative three
button Sack for the older man. .
Materials guaranteed pure wool, including: Finished
and Unfinished Worsteds, Velours, Cassimeres, Cheviots,
Tweeds, Homespuns, Flannels and Twists, perfectly
tailored; some are quarter silk lined with silk sleeves,
others full and quarter Alpaca lined.
The assortment ia so large and the size range so complete
that you mag be easily fitted whether you take a regular,
stout, long or short.
formerly 22.75 and 25.00 formerly 28. 50, 83.00 and B5.00
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS
One, two or three of a kind from our regular stock. The lot comprises Chesterfields
form fitting, plain or pinch-back, also Guard Coats, Ulsterettes and Ulsters. Many
are full satin lined, others quarter satin lined. A full range of sizes from M to 42 not all
sizes in any particular kind, but all sizes ill the lot. '
formerly 18.50, 22.75, 25.00 & 28.50
MEN'S CLOTHING FIFTH FLOOR.
James McCreery & Co.
5th Avenue 34th Street
ON SATURDAY, JANUARY THE flTH. S
MISSES' AND GIRLS' APPAREL
Misses' 'SuiU Smart hio1c1h of Cloth
ami Velveteen; sine 14 to 18 years.
12.75 to 45.00
formerly 20.S0 to 00.50
Misses' Coats 14 to 18 ycnr.i; pretty
models, 12.75 to 26.50
formerly 28.60 to 80.50
MUsea' DretNM For otrcct, afternoon
or evening wear; aire 14 to 18 years.
12.75 lo 22.50
formerly 18.50 lo 80.60
Mlts' Separate Skirts 14 to, 18 years.
Juniors' Suits Size 13 to 17 years.
formerly 10.75 to 26.50
Girls' Coats Size 0 to 10 years.
4.95 to 22.50
formerly 8.50 to 35.00
Girls' Wool Dresses Size 6 to 16
3.75 to 6.95
formerly 0.05 to 12.75
formerly 5.75 to 14.75 3.75 to 9.75
WOMEN'S PARTY FROCKS
100 new stunning models nt the exceptionally low price of
Rich Sntins, Silk Net, Georgette nnd Sntin combination; nil the evening
tints and black.
NO APPROVALS. NO C. O. D.'S NO CREDITS.
Reduced for Immediate Disposal
Seventy Women's Suits of Gabardine, Broadcloth,
Velveteen, Vclour nnd Alpine Cloth; broken sizes.
18.50 regularly 85.00 I 33.00 regularly 55.00
22.50 rcgulurly 45.00 39.50 rcgulnrly 65.00
Separate Skirts the senson's most desirable materials nnd tho most pop
ular models, offered at greatly reduced prices
WOMEN'S SMART COATS
Evening Coats beautifully trimmed with marabout or fur.
35.00, 45.00, 65.00
formerly 50.60 to 110.00
Street Coats. 7. V. desirable materials, fur trimmed.
formerly 30.50 to 05.00
Motor and Travel Coats English Tweed, fur trimmed.
formerly 20.50 to 35.00
FUR COATS, MUFFS & NECKPIECES
A rare opportunity for securing liberal price reductions on our entire stock of
superior quality Fur Uoats, MUjys ana lyeaqnecca, umo uw cnoice
productions of a ivcll known manufacturer.
Hudson Seal Coats, self or skunk collar.
formerly 145.00, 95.00
Hudson Seal -Coats, skunk collar nnd.
cuffs. formerly 105.00, 145.00
Hudson Seal Coats, skunk collnr, cuffs
and border. formerly 210.00, 165.00
Hudson Seal Coats, extra sizes to 50
inches bust measure. 175.00
Persian Lamb Coats, high grade lus
trous pelts. formerly 865.00, 265.00
Fur Lined Coats, plain or mixed fabric,
lined with natural Muskrat or Marmot.'
' formerly 85.00 65.00
Muffs and Neckpieces
Taupe Fox Muffs 22.50
Taupe Fox Neckpieces .22.50
Cross Fox Muffs .45.00
Cross Fox Neckpieces. '. . .,.45.00
Skunk Muffs. formerly 27.50, 22.50
Skunk Neckpieces, formerly 37.50, 27,50
Silvered Fox Muffs .'.55.00
Silvered Fox Neckpieces .55.00
Taupe Wolf Muffs 22.50
Taupe Wolf Neckpieces 22.50
Odd Muffs. 10.50
Odd Neckpieces 5.00
Usually priced 10.00 to 18.00
A special purchase of Boys' Overcoats enables us to offer
wonderful values regardless of the fact that
woolens are advancing in price.
Fabrics Imported nnd domestic woolens, including soft
woolly fabrics and hard .smooth materials.
Models Mannish cov?rliblc collar effects and button to
the neck .styles, pinch-back or belted.
Ueautlfully trimmed arid generally lined with woolen fabrics thereby making them
much wurnior, in sizes ii.y to 10 yeurs. t'hiially only one or two of a kind, but tho collec
tion is so lurue thut satisfactory choice Is acMircd.
BOYS' BLOUSES & HATS
60 dozen Blouses made of fine woven
Madras) neat light and dark patterns,
collars attached, Also 10 dozen laundered
Illniibcs, without collars (not all sizes), but
in the lot sizes 7 to 15, .Special 45c
About 10 dozen Hats for immediate
clearance. In all the popular shapes of tho
M'lihou, including: Glengarry, Pinafore, Tam
1.00 I 1.75
formerly 1.50 formerly 2.45 & 2.05
7' ' AST!