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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913.
"Provision for Fifty Insprctors
Taken Out of llijrh
SKXATK .11 'MPS SAI.A1MKS
No Vote in NYtv York City on
Kiiilriiiii!' nnil Viirntit
I. nml Tn.v Kiite.
AimNT. April 2.1 Onv Hulzer had
flrrmlnr l-'ri M Wliiir, Domm-rat, of
SrliTif'CtnHy. introduce n bill to-flny in
crfBhliiR t ho siil.iry of the Sini, (.'omml.
ionnrof HUIiwnyH from tin Win tn tlo.000
nnd pormittine -Iiihii V irlil', who
finv Sulor eTprrM will he rnnflrmmi
n thr hontl of thi rinnart'tiPtit. to nppoint
a scorol.'iry nt h wilary of IW.ink), a rhiof
n(?infiTiit JT.'.niKi. .i first deputy at Si.mi),
ii sfoond mill third deputy hihI an auditor
nt SX.imo .Mch The provision for fifty
rontldfiitiiil inp'?tori nt t'l.nnn onrh
wan plrirKcn out
Senator White introduced another bill
for iov Stilnr nitinR tho rilnrv of the
Statp rohitcct to $l5,ooo nnd th depu
ties to jr.'.icio. JIii.ikki nnd 7, Son nnd giving
the secretory JT.wm
The Senate pn-od Assemblyman Push's
bill cKint: Major-l'iPii O'Hynn a salary
of Sn.'iou it ye.ir and Assemblyman Weil's
lull inrrensinc tho salaries of the thrpp
Mtatp Tax CniiiinlsHiotiors from Si.ikki io
tV"1' n yp.ir
Thp Somite pard Aomblytiian Dono
hue's bill utlthnriing tin- Npw York rity
Hoard of Kducation to fix th salaries of
nil of its employees
TIip Assembly ipfpat'l thp bill re.uir
itiK persons ctif;.ii;ed in handling dvnnmito
to bp licensed anil examined by the Stale
TIip Iowit IIiiiim passed the (iibbs bill
providing for thp approval xf all infant
foods I iv iIip St. ip llpallh f'omniiKNioner
lipforp thpv an put on th market An
other fiibln bill which pasod provide
t.'int certificates of the death of infants
under I year of ai;e shall state the mode
Senator llenrv Salant. Progressive of
New York failed in his effort to discharge,
the Senate t'odes Committee from further
consideration of his bill proposing to nub
mit to a referendum the uuostion of re
ducinc the tax rate on building in .New
ork city bv half nnd increasing the tax
on vacant laud 'I he bill is Killed for
The Wemblv passed the I'rawley bills
incliiilinc Slate Uinds In the exemptions
from provisions of the inheritance tax
law and increasing to l': per cent of the
par value of bonds hearing not more
than :t ppr ceni interest the amount of
credit to be given on franchises taxed to
the purchasers of State bonds and pro
viding for a cedit of '. of l per pent
on such bonds bearing from 3 to per
Buying your Spring motor
wear here is a regular "picnic. ' '
Everything you wear.
Everything your chauffeur
Of a quality to stand hard
At a price that keeps down
the cost of motoring.
Accessories at moderate
prices too laprobes, steamer
rugs, knitted jackets, tire
trunks, rear trunks, Thermos
bottles, flasks, drinking cups,
wrist watches and Blue Books.
Do you golf or tennis?
Everything you need
among our Sporting Goods.
"Solo" socks are our idea
of the best sock value we can
give our customers.
"Your money back" if our
idea doesn't coincide with
No. 51 for 50c. is a good
lisle weight for right now.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
t at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
Hf I, U. S. Pat. OB.
'I'll' Srhllihini Itamle Nummrr.welfht car.
inrni are a Imuiy for tint nrathrr, the tlnmle
t-ln'n brink' ilrllrloualy root, havinf Ibe hlfhtat
btnihliif and rapnratlni poser of all known
I or klr hy Iradlnr dalera fmywhar. If
lour rtrnlrrs rannot supply ou m ran direct
rou io one who ran, Wrlie for booklet and
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY,
If roartk Avt. New Tark.
means full protection and
preatest care, at a very low
charge. Furs called for.
Third Floor, Broadway.
R.H. Macy A Co.'a Attractions Are Their Low Price. .
MM 1 1 W
a" aaaaiaS Herald Square, Wa
Broadway, :4th to 35th St.
A Deposit Account
--mean, sharing the profits
on what 'ou bu . Most prac
tical anil profitable method
SMART COATS and WRAPS
At Very Special Prices
Wraps were never more picturesque than those of the mo-,
ment, with their Oriental draperies, rich colors and gorgeous em
broideries. A black satin draped Wrap at tS4 75 his a won
derfully effective Chinese design in heavy gold
thread embroidery and is fashioned on the most
artistic Oriental lines.
An imported Wrap of Sevres blue brocade at
l9.Tf is deftly draped, its soft full folds banded
with heavy lace in the same clear and lovely blue.
I In the New Deptrhnent Third Floor. '
Reversible Wraps of Black
Satin and Shepherd Check, $ZZ.74
A ver stylish garment, as illustrated,
perfecth reversible one side of smart
black and white checked worsted, the
other of a lustrous black satin. Very
of Black Brocade,
A modish garment fashioned of a soft
rich brocaded satin with a shawl collar,
cuffs and deep curving fold at foot, all of
plain black satin.
Fastening at the side with three braid ornaments, this graceful
Wrap is lined with light colored satin in fashionable shades.
The ZMEN'S Shop
Entrance on Broadway, at 35th St.
Has mnetd from its old home, and now occupies vm
great l improved and far larger quarters on the Snm
Floor. .5th St. side.
To sifnaliie this more, and to connect it in our
mind with one of tiTe most remarkable allies c-er of
fered in Men"s Furnishings, we are placing on ale, fur
Thursda and Frida onl. three thousand-
Materials of such high
standard have never be
fore, to our knowledge,
been used in read-tu-wear
Shirts. These we
shok are such a ou
will find, a? a rule. -n
in the showrooms of the
exclusive Cutom hirt-maker.
You notice that we st "52. .SO and 5..50" lurK Ni
the are. b actual tet. What i more, the Slurt
outnumber the other In two to one.
The colorints and designs include some of the smart
est and most novel effects that we hae ever seen. Among
Grey, blue, launder and uhite, uith
uoten stripes in blue, tan, helio, n ine, etc.
The models are soft cuff, pleated soft bosom mod.
els, soft cuff plain negligee, and laundered cuff plain and
The sizes include all that are known to Shirt-making
- Ah to 18, and the Meee-lengths are .54, .35 and
even Jo in the soft cuff Shirts, which is uncommon.
Main Floor, Broadway at 35th St.
These Shoes are strictly hand
lasted, and have low flat heels,
close trimmed welts, and
a distinctively "English" cut
and line that allows of a
firm and even distribution of
The lines of thest Shoes are
not only "smart" this season,
but promise unusual foot-com-fort
in the hot weather soon to
The Shots in Hack, domino
calf are in both button and
lace styles (at illustraiei),hae the new and popular "round" toe.
The Lact Shoes of tan Russia calf can be had with either the new
"round" toe or the English receding toe, and are rendered pecu
liarly distinctive by the invisible eyelets.
Men's $6.00 & $6.50 SHOES
Very SPECIAL at $3.96
Shoes of unusual value to nark in your mind the recent trans
ference of the Men's and Boys' Shoe Department to the Main
Floor Balcony, 35th St., Rear. New and much unproved quarters
quickly reached from the Street.
Remarkable Reductions in
3-PIECE Parlor SUITES
Only one Suite of a kind. An ojfering that marks the move of
the Furniture Department to its imptoccd and much larger
quarters on I he Sixth Floor.
At these special prices for Thursday and Friday only.
This $137.00 Suite, Now $87.50
Consisting (as illustrated) of Sofa and two Arm Chairs. Birch
Frame, mahoganv finished, claw feet. looe cushions in green
panne: panel back.
$59.50 Slat-back Claw-fool Suite, $46.50
Sofa and ti Arm i ...;ii. ufbri jr i. ,iiv - n' ." i. htted
with Ioom? green panne ciiii Shaped arm.
$121.00 Mahogany Finish Suite at $85.25
Sofa and two Arm (.hair-., with shaped arm and high tufted
back, claw feet, and upholder, of reen panne.
Sofa, Arm Chair and Arm Rocker Suites
$59.50 Claw-fool Panel
back Suite at $46.50
I rami of birJi in mahoga n
finish. Ili,h win, and coering
of red figured panne.
Panel-back Suite, $32.74
Turned arm and daw feet.
Cushions of green piuh. l o-e
Panel-hack Suite, $39.50
Fitod with 'o'e ai!!!'"1. of
$58. 25 Carved Claw-foot
High pane! back's, beaiitu'ulh
cared. Shaped arm and looe
cuhion of rose-colored panne
el vet. Mahngatn frame in
$116.00 Carved Panel -back
shaped arms and covering of
$90.25 Solid Mahogany
Large straight arms and co
iTwvg of silk panne tlvet.
$127.00 Carved Panel
back uite, $87.50
Frame or b-h. mushed ma-
hogam. haped frot and lioe ! d-zry cn lj- L td i l l
ciNiunii of pamie elet. , $67.50 High Panel-back
?S UiaUPnl1.kk ! Carved Suite, $52.50
Fitted with 'oo-e cushion -if
$58.25 Claw- foot Panel
back Suite, $45.50
I rarne of birch m mahngam
iii"h. Fitted with I me cul
ion 'f green pli, .
Shaped arm and frames of
birch in maintain finish. Cov
ered in green panne velvet.
$58.25 High Panel-hack
W ale shaped arm, frame f
birch m mahoganv finih and up
h"l -terv of green panne.
for Summer at SA VINGS
lpyj H OXDLRFl'Ll.Y complete and arlittic shouins, dlplaved
in the new, much larger
I IViwrtmeiit of I nhnUfprip
lSS Peached uuickb. afeiv. ,
20c Scrim, special at
hoi Thursday anJ h'niav only
In allover. block and stripe ,
effect, and each one in choice ,
of white, cream and Arabian.
One pattern a simple fancv j
allover effect. Another has a j
simple striped centre with an i
openwork' double border and j
hemstitched hem. 1
Imported Madras from Scotland
Our own importation, selected 'roni an ttenivv assort
ment of various line, and b conipanoii the nevet. bet
and least expensive. In main case the same idea in design
is carried out in different w idths.
iWadras (M inches wide). 18c, 24c, 29c, & 39c
Madras (15 inches widei. 34c, 39c, 49c, 69c, & 89c
Madras (52 inches vvide. 59c to 79c
Novelty Ncls, 21c, 24c
34c, 44c up fo(jc.)$1.74
From the best nulls of Eng
land and America, in plain
fish Net, filet net, in square,
solid woven stripe, and Colo
nial effects. Some with edges
both scalloped and overlocked.
4 feet x 8 feet $1.18 84c
5 feet x H feet $1.34 89c
6 feet x feet $1.59 $1.18
7 feet x H feet $1.89 $1.39
Quarter-inch slat, outside bark Bamboo Porch Screens
feet x 8 feet
R feet x 8 feet
') feet x 8 feet
10 feet x 8 feet
12 feet x 8 feet
5 feet x 8 feet
6 feet x 8 feet
7 feet x 8 feet
great iv improved
the huirth Floor. Rear.
'iiiiortaoiv rv the escalator.
45c Plain Scrim, special
at (yd. ) 32c
A'er Thusdav ani Friday only
Width. -JO incite. Colored
border and open-work and hem
stitched hems effect in white,
cream and Arabian. Specially
priced, and usually selling at
35 c to 50c Curtain
Nets, (yd.) 24c
Choice ot 1 attractive pat
terns in allover fish Net.
Widths .? inches and 4.s inches.
Some with a solid woven stripe
and a Colonial filet Net in
square, and some with edges
both scalloped and overlocked.
Porch Screens of Bamboo,
From Kobe, Japan .
Il'e makt sure of securing the best quality Olllv in these Screens,
because we place the order through our representative in Japan
twelve months ahtfad.
These screens are strongly constructed of outside bark bamboo
and are bound with double cording at the edges. Color either
natural or grass-green. A stout bamboo pole is at the top and
bottom, enabling the Screen to be fastened securely to the porch
in breezv weather. Pullevs are of hard wood.
Half-inch slat, outside bark Bamboo Porch Screens
.'lc , Nnmrnl I . . Sl , (iririi Niitiiriil
THE MEN'S STORE
of New York
The fashions of the gentlemen of England
are here, bearing the REDLEAF badge of
correct style and unquestionable quality,
assembled for your viewing in the Sixth
A unique assemblage easy of access - on the street
floor; nothing here merely because it is English, but
because it is the thing of its kind in London and the
very thing New York men will wish to have.
Topcoats for yachting and
motoring, the very same coats
that will be worn at Epsom and Cowcs; Balma
caans for the fishing and shooting trip.
Croxdale weather coats, triple-proofed.
Cricketing blazers for tennis and golf.
Neckties just as you'd see them in Bond
Spitalfields silks for neckties to order, and the finest
shirtings the British Isles have produced for the 1913 season
we'll make them up for you in our custom workrooms.
Lounging robes for den and country club Londoners
have worn them for generations; London Terry cloth bath
robes. Lincoln-Bennett bowlers and caps; you'll see them at
Meadow Brook in June.
Half-hose, sports hose, golf stockings, underwear, linen
Walking sticks in all woods, with the Prince of Wales
or the Derby crook handle.
Motor robes made in County Kerry and used all over the
British Isles and the continent: and the finest of cashmere
robes for the electric, limousine and victoria.
And other importations of London merchandise of in
terest to men of fashion and affairs.
So ihucIi for what ur have done in London. In
.Yew York three of America's best tailoring houses
:m'niiui ire have arranged lo have made and offered
Men's Suits at $27.50
Men who are accustomed to wearing business suits
made to order, at a cost of $40 to $60, will be quite
surprised at what we have done in these suits at
$27.50. Burlington Arcade.
Any man may choose from the 150 and find the
color, pattern, style and size to suit him. In each
of these respects the range is representative.
America hasn't their equal in style, cloth, or tai
loring, at $27.50.
Broadway at Ninth
NEW YORK New York CltJ.
v 'ii n " ,ui Ut ill
8 feet x K feet $1.18 $1.18
o feet x 8 feet $1.24 $1.34
10 feet x 8 feet $1.29 $1.44
12 feet x 8 feet $1.69 $1.74
Plare vnur nrder now fnr Slin Cnvrm &unino i (a fntii
delirery at any date you specify this is the only way to insure
getting ljust what you want when you want it in the rush season
when tho hot weather arrives.
HIGH UN THE BACKEND
LOW IN FRONT- ZforlS
Cluetti Peabody ft Co., Inc., Makara
Central Park West and 63d Street
Kindergarten and Primary
Normal Training Department
riol PMly S Hill, of TMchm 1 "l
lejc l-Mwutfoiial AcUlirr nuil lanrtinor
In Klnilrriirti'ii Thriirj'
Tui nam" Klnrtfriiirirn rmirff
.Mipriioon courses in prlmnry niflhon
(or Klntlrrcnrlf n lch'r. l-nrtlnc to
I'nr i'rilrulr Adilrs
MISS I'vriinill.VK .1 THM'Y
lZlj!J!2 r" ,r" "", w"
BY VIIITl'H of cxccullon, I will sell at .171 Scovillc School for GirUi
Canal nt., New York, on April il, l 5 l. ii , ma. ;o -flh Aenuc. . .,j
chlntry, rrllulolii. buliona anil nxliirfa. natlilrnl and Hay Sludtnia. .Siimmrr ni
J,MKS 1.. MONAMHK, Marshal. parly wlllne Juno 7lh. Itlnfrarlea. Sum
lrrm July 7th lo Auc. :io. brlenrd ''"' pull
A. A. KINSTI.I'.II. Anrllonrrr. sell linnrtnt Mh1fnl .iiinmjr l.omr; Irlps io '"".' ati
High Art. I'aluilnit-. fcnlni. April -, in, 2 apprtrlallon of clly artvanlaie. .ppm'i"
mi ii i:asi r-'.Mh i. reoivwi now.
Kr inrh AdTfrllifMMiH sad nrntd St., Trltphnnr Roatoa. ". N""
no- aBcrlpllBfmyB nrp,rtwar. near .I7ih WMhlnilon M. '
OmCeS Irn at Ihftr omrr. M,;MJ Wru 135lh iiu l. IlarrUon.
wtarrr Ihrratri ar Cblrais, III. SIOSw-
THE SUN I ttml ! h.l, Breaklya-KVI Mv- fer Bu Wlnr. CM
rharud at mala Iniunn St., near I'. Knlll.
DailV ' tourlM. Allaall ntr. V .1.
um"f Xt York Clij -Wall MaHrrK. df
Simitflv Htrfftmrnmaylfave Newark, N, .1,- I'rM- ...i.nii
aunany aubtcrlptloniandad- erlck N1. Sommrr, Sli) '""'""A, , .,-.
PvoninA fHemBU at th Broad Si. TdephODe I"T,"i.f!f cl1
HVening wall at. omc. ; MM Market. Befntji1