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11 LN AN 1 5 WIN AtiAIN
N STRUGGLE OVER
Landlord Drops Demand for
' 25 P. C Advance and Agrees
j to Accept 10 P. C,
Tor the fourth tlmo alnea last July
tho forty-throe tenant of Charles A.
Graober in tbo Maplo Court Apart
ment Noa. 17-36 Bast 17th Street.
Brooklyn, celebrated a victory to-day
In litigation with him regarding
Tho retitaU were'ralscd X per cent,
last April. The new laws passed at
the Inatanco of The Evening World,
last September, put the tenants In
position to reruao to "pay moro than
10, per cent. Increases. Just loo Law In
the lunlolpal Court ruled In their Xa
Tor. lie was sustained by Justices
Cropscy, Kelby and Manning In tho
Appellate Term of tho Supreme
Tho landlord then Btartcd ault
ag&lnst six new tenants on the ground
they wer not entitled to the bene
flts of a law passed before their
'leases were algnod. County Judgo
Haskell decided against him. Grao
ber, In an action in tho Brooklyn
County Court yesterday, undertook
to enforce too 36 per cent, incrcaso
toy proof that It was Justified.
After eight jurors had boon se
lected Judgo Baycs called coutael
- cind a committee In consultation.
To-day. by consent, ho dismissed the
Jury .and entered a decision limiting
Cne incrcaso kj iu per esnu, uuuus
.from the time of the Drat notice of
HELD IN POLICEMAN'S DEATH.
Homicide Chance Annlnot ItcVert
Whose A"to Btrack Sheridan.
Panl Bekert. No. 10 West 49th Street,
Manhattan, was held in $7,600 .pall for
the Grand Jury on a homicide charge by
Magistrate Reynolds in the Coney islnnd
Court to-day in connection with the
dMth of Policeman John VI Sheridan,
killed by an automobile as he wn
riding a bicycle on Unrway Avenue
early on the morning of Feb. 14.
Bekert, who was traeed through th
TVaahlnrton. D. C license Dlnte of an
Abandoned car corresponding to that
be had struck tho policeman.
392 Fifth Ave. at 36 St.
Second Slonr-Sake Gleuatoin.
Today tSL Tomorrow
Stanley ft. IHacfllbbons is A shop upholding
THE BOAST THAT OF ALL AMERICAN MARTS'
FIFTH AVENUE HAS THESMARTEST. NEWEST
MODELS AND ASKS THE LEAST FOR THEM
A New rult
Of TrtcoUne or
Potret TicUl in
If ovv. Rock. Steel
Qrev o r Ton.
. CREPE SATIN
I New Spring Wraps & Coats
All that can be laid In favor of drettee in gen
eral may be tald of tome of our other modeh.
More can be added to praite each one' alone.
3S 10 150
frank Un Simon si Go.
tA Store of Individual Sliopt '
FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS. W
"The Qtteey frT)ead,
fyng CA The Queen!"
BLACK Satin Coats
Sovereign of the Season's
HTHE vogue of the satin -
I coat arrives-successbr
to cloth, its leadership un
contested. Slim of line,
supple and glistening of fab
ric, bestowing favors of be
comingness on everyone, it
receives the homage of
youth for a long, successful
Quilted or Ufiquilted 'ifflbdels9 afflany
Gray Slynx or JtConkey Fur
SIZES 14 TO 20 YEARS
MISSES' WRAP SHOP Second Floor
f mi i--im
yranfeUn Simon a Co.
JI Store of Individual Shops
FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS.
Tlie Vogue of the Instant : . 1 .
The Tuxedo Box suit
With gray slynx fur collar
for Misses . . . .
As the entrance of the star
kindles the action of the play,
the arrival of the Tuxedo box
suit reduces to a prologue all
that preceded it Chic, ingen
uous, a mode for the youthful
it becomes the undisputed
'matinee idol" of the season.
Of J(avy Blue Tricotine with Qollar of
Gray Slynx Fur, and Tuxedo cJevers
of T)ove Qi-ay Silk T)uvetyne
00 . '
Reg. affiled for
: Siies 14 to so yean '
MISSES' SUIT SHOP Second Floor
Income Tax Informationa representative of the U. S. Collector of
Internal Revenue will furnish information qnd assist in maldng out
' your tax return, daily, from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
franklin Simon & &o.
tA Store of Individual- Shops
FIFTH AVENUE,, 37th and 38th STS.
zAll Attempts to Qopy
The Original Two-Pmcfe Misses'
WE originated the two
piece Bramley dress.
Some copied it, some ex
perimented with it, but
none have succeeded in
catching the pristine sim
plicity of the original.
Straight, soft, and, clinging,
nothing yet has superseded
the lily-likeness of its lines
and the lily-whiteness of its
Pinafore lin'en cuffs and
Of wool Jersey in henna, gray,
nut brown or navy blue
Sizes 14 to 20 years
MISSES' GOWN SHOP Second Floor
green gold Brooch, platinum
top, engraved tnd pierced: I fine dU
Other from. ...$35 to $2500
LAMBERT BROTHERS never conduct
"sales." They see no reason for "sales,"
as their prices arc uniformly low, particu
larly when the high quality of the goods is taken
into consideration. If a high price is asked for
aLambert article, theobject will be found worlhy
of the cost At Lambert Brothers are brooches
and bar pins at unbelievably low figures. Rings,
too, have surprisingly small marks. There are
dainty solitaire diamond engagement rings as low
as cpZD, and sturdy
maybe had for $5. 7 5.
Watches also have
tempting prices. A
sensible little Swiss
wrist watch, gold
filled, is sold at Lam
berts for $21.00.
again assure the pub
lic that tKey enjoy
nothing better than to
show their goods to
IB-karat, $5.75 up
22-karat, $6.50 up
Platinum. $24 up
Man'a 1 4-Wat old
hand made, mott
effective, fine dia.
S diamond, tet in
$25.00 to $3,500
-M-lcarat green gold Swiu wriit watch, highly
polished, regulated and tested; M karat gold
Extension Bracelet, steel spring. $60.00
Other from .'. $35.00 to $75.00
Other in gold filled case and extension link,
steel springs ..... $21.00 up
Third Avenue, 'Cor. 58th Street
' lX I II
& ' i i -Astonishing is
Being Offered for Spring jtt I JA
in the Stores on Wfcr I "V,
14th to 23rd Streets I
ti) You will really be surprised to find
0a how far your money will go! I If
W Everything for Women, Men, Chil- . M
mj dren and the Home. j m
m SIXTH AVE. MERCHANTS' ASSN.
'W J 14th to 23rdSts New .York
"Mv Broken Arches Are Completely CURED,
Thanks to Dr. Mayer7 Says Mr. Meisner
IF YOUK FEET AKE 5ICK
CD rultta BU BmttAlll
Dcu Mr. Untt
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tai. nwd V bnkrn nfit. I h U
nwnnl uosr. I smu4 frf yaa. and Oer
. cdutm ct iwttwnH I u. Iliml Is
mr thM ma snam M, M iJMr .J
wmortm m mm tut cm( h4 look
m orrm lata.
B would b. a am tjniun tar mm t.
wniiml roa to ua oa. ifftiX imm
they make- you sick. Flat feet and
broken arches, swollen and rheumatic
feet can b cured. Varicoee veins
reduced. MU-ahaped feet and toes
restored to their original shape fkairt
leatly. Week, tired, despondent, ail
ing people jiTen a fresh hold on Ufa
through being placed on a solid foun
dation. Nnmnrou testimonials at
DR. H. MAYER, Foot Specialist
I7 FsrtM St, Bnoaty., on. Lnmti.
1921 World Almanac