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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913.
DAUGHTER FLEES 3 .Si
Into Auto by Two
yi ink .imrs IN TOO
,t Hotel in Newark Cirl
Parts; Away Alone in
LAWYER KILLS SON i
AND ENDS HIS LIFE
William V. Hobliinx of Norfolk
Shoots Hoy ami Cuts Hi- i
Own Tliront. !
no.MKSTic now m,A.ii:i
almm lli" st.reo Una afternoon." she.
nntlntlol. "when mi automobile eon
tululnx two women tia'f.PtiKers ilrovp
i mill stopped. I in cif Hip Women was
dtlii'i' mlddlo need.
ulrl know tli"in for shr creeled
m u 'Helen.' I iliil not hear
hor ihIiIii'sm Hi., ntlii'f In anwnnnie 1
, imp moment t liy tin i euhiillRpd Ktpet-
n-imnnn ttnrrlon Htmllcil ' U'KH "n" "r ,no (.'rasped MM
AIi n.imona norm n iiiimk u , I!()r(loll ,,y tMr llt.m ((1 ,10r lnlii Uli,
iMilomohll' . I laid my hand on her nrm '
to restrain her. Tlnv pulled nnil sho
Km Inln tlip machine whereupon I
.tumped in nftir her. The I'hnuffpiir
throw mi Ins pun vr ami vp slatttd
away nt full speed
' I nsUcd what It meant, and both .
, women rp.inii.'it me. They wen.
Iftloml, of II,.. family, th.y said, anil, AtiOIIII'.V CollllllitS I Otl hlf ( 'I'itllC I
all thpy wantpil to do was to take Ito-' ' j
niona for u rid.-. Tli.-y were lad that' ill II .MlllllSOII AVl'lllll'
I rould mine with tlirm. Tlipre wan, . . ..,.. . i
no siiKL'i'Ptlon of any prearranged plan, . pill I Nil III.
In anvthliiE ."alii or don. at thin time ' I
We rode out ovpr the I'omptnti-Oakland ,
turnpike anil the threo wore eh.ittlus V! lli-.m Hobblns, ,-. Ihvv.voi. whose
I noticed a ilt CM!) suit ease In Hip Mia - I nfflcr nt pnsent Is In Notfoll. 'a
aii .! i rwt- t'mi .pit 111 ''iii'' whlrli hud on li Hip initial J wlioro ho Is s.ild to haw ionsIdt.r.ihlo
"01 M h "'K VOli I II II KK 'A. T 11" (business Interests, shot his nluo.yeat-
1 "We arrived at thn Motel N'.iv-arro. 1 old son, William DoiikIus Itobblns. ami
Newark, ami by this IIiiip I may hap then I'ouunltted iiilcldp liy I'littltiK his
T'llllilv I'll V.sicinil StlVS Wt'illlllV ,-"1 "'V "tlPlclt.ti tullra lix- Hi, ponvor. throat with a razor In Hip apartmi'iii
" 1 " " ,"i',oi ins sisioi -in-i.'ivv . .vus .Minim i'vj ,
thp .vomit; woman, dip was not under 1 in thp WellltiKton Ap.irtmi nts at v:vi'
uptpntion. in. sut,-irpstlnn was madp i Madison avenue last nhtht.
that wp no Into thp hotel and Ret t)mo Thp i,nV ,ti itir In l-Mower Hospital,
tra r.tul I nDTPPd. beeauso I wantpd to Thp Imllot had ontprpd thp rlKht tpmple
tplpphoni. 1 If ft to do this and they, Ml. itobhlus had hcpn Kpparat.'d from
ran away t wife for some months. She had
"I at oikp notified thp police and pet- 1 .on Atlantic Cltv for the past two
sons who should know In Xpw York wtl, ),er sister. Ml is Levy
' K"' ''iM'-no ana ptirsnru Telpuranis w.tp spat to nor lust nlcht
helper icrvlri1, mine run, nrk, uvocn,
. belt tin' ami transfer servlep ami all
I other txielasslflcd sirvlce lll ho p.Md
. ittff.Kfrlt nln. n .1 1 n tr In it,.
llhl BuSI Or A W A K U I '"Klrm.-n'l'ti Imiil fiplKht -ervlrp will
viu vuwi w IP ltld - ,,Pnl? , ,,,1,11,1,,,, l(, throiiBh
frelaht raP'S, .leeoidlliR to p1iis of eiiKlne
Kor the titirtio'p of officially rl.isidtyltiR
the loeomotlvi eaeh ralho.id party to this
arbitration will keep bulletins posted at
all terminal sliowlnp arcuralely Hie
ui'lslit on ililver on all niRine in II
(.'on fin lie Jiniit l'n tt 1'niiv
Mtin's On lighter Is Victim
"i police of this city, .lorspy City,
it insen, NewnrU and nil contiguous
v . .Ierey towns were on tlu lookout
i 'ltirht for two pldPily women and
i, ... M-nteen-ypar-old rIiI, with dlrco
lie ' hold thpm nil wIipii found.
tin two wom'ii
Nnrir 'Notlllr I. ill,.,,
I found tin I'liauffpur who hail
T' e "evemeon-year-old ulrl Is Miss taken Ihein. and hp s,ild they had
.', , I'.orden, only child of Call llor- j Jumppil'iiut at l-'llmotp str.'et to tnko
, v b . inherited a law foituup from ""' "ollpy I piomptlv railed up tli-- .
,.r founder ,,f ,he tnllk industry J "l"'" ,,r. 'lM",j;. ;ll,', "m!, M'm" 1,,t,h
, . ,, .... poisons In New utk oily, and told I
rrs u.i mniiij iiamo. i n- Ku i ( ,,em lo watch. Tlien I had the 'hauf
wn ken or persuaded to leave f'p ; four take mo to .loisoy c'liy pollco
, .if Adam" Sanltnrlttm a: romp- I oouiiqu.ii iors as last as lie .'oiilil so.
I. ,l,e SV J
U" raiioariniu a; I'omp- t .,......-..-. .. i-ouni kh.
ypstpfdav afternoon and W' "'"veil Iouk ahead of any trolley
i.,o t .. . ' '"" ,llat "tarted twentj inlnut." ahead
Ins -erles of Incidents ... ..
I' it'. lAllllllt; if oi lllLllll'IlLS ,,j
L . ol.il in tleelni; from the tralnp.l' TIip tilenhone boll at Hip .Lm.iv I'm
r who was )., conip.inloii at
ilentu of Hi, two wonion was
aled last night. nltlinin;h It was
mi'eil that Mr. ltorden nnd his law.
. pretty well who they are.
'ie t uns made plain that although
1 i den and his wlf. ntp iivlnj; apart,
i. is Anireles ami he In this clt ,
n ' h no' (.uspocteil of havliiK miy-
do with the Incident. Slip Is
- i California. accordltiR to the best
' -mation. and the women In iiiPtlon
' ' i (liscrlbed h a ftlPlid of tile
pirsoti iio Intluence upon
' 'ias been objooted to. who haw
. ..1 ni.'. it apaiust the fatlior In
m.-toiv tho mil has boon. In
two busybody. Interfering irmis
i. will be necesaiv to stop '
I ho ll.irileiK' Mnrltnl Trnulilra.
l i- Hrrdrn. who was Mis lloietl
tn .ri led G.ul I'.orden. whoso father
tn an Income of about JSO.fioo a
fhtecii years uro. She benan a
' r absolute dhorco on the ground
i. .ertlon at I .us Atmcles In .Tune.
She lost thp suit becatt"p Mr. l?or
i .msolf decllnpil to answer cot tain
f, ions put to him hy the .IndRo.
' -Kind nnd wife shifted the rate
' s oily whorp ICllhu Root. .Tr.. rep
i d thp 1'isb.ind and Moses II.
. 'i ,m ropr-ifpu'eil the wife, and a
ft" ' ,rnt .fts off. cted which secured
imu. ii Keiiorous nnmony. .-ne
Tf LTif ii i iii iini iiomi in i.os Atl
ci . Hid the father remnlned at thn
' Miinlmttiin in this city- The
(in ;'.'er cam" under his Ktiarillnnshtp
' i u.is until recently at a school In
r Mory of ostprday aft.'rnoon
m-" fi .m three source. Dr. Oeorpe
M ' r. the ltorden family physl
- i.d last nlsht.
'! Hordon is a sweet nnd lovely
c- She has not been feellm; well
he lost tli'sli. was sllKhtlv ner-
-"u n th.nK approachltiK a btPal;
1 i 'I was thought best that she
1 i i thp I'omptnn Sanitarium
' ' ""'i I.ot it bo perfectly plain
- was not sent ther.. that sin
Mi ii ilotained whlli thpre. but on
J 1 : .f fullest liberty.
i 1 . re was rio nece's.Hlty for ntiy kind
of i r- in' ions because us the father
i, I n. .a her nrp in accord ho far ns tho
Is c.nci'tned. there was no one elt-t
' .e o..nidered. That these poisons
" bi'liew persuaded tho lrl
f nv would nttcmpt to do this thins
r. on urred to anybody. They have
n' ..i.l rw of rlpht to her custrsly.
" I't-allv or morally. Their lntlu-
' .p n the Blrl has not been for the
" i "nt- opinion, and nnythltiK they
wt" Hr, would lniply be gratuitous In- (
tir' . . f
i.lrl Hun llltnpprnrril,
' b bus been heard from them '
- (, f.i. It i p. blent that th"y
r d hkilfully and had several
- ,! ib"tu than iap appeared
. ) i poet one or two. It Is
t i l p.J that thp thrpp did not
. ' . . .i.,t, .in Hip police werp llrt i
' i t Kline, but a very sharp .
'.. .o',- Itept and thpip will b
M. . nt input lire taken to I
' ..ttion" !
. 1 i n ami a Kill of 17 an hod
- ,r the Hotel Navarre, Now
...'.I it 11,. I nniill. i tm of the
, iPiis the second middle I
'- i w iiuid wote tlie costuiilp of
t Kii '. )iiunu, prptiy and '
: I.i.ikod about IV The
' --lit ink loom of tho hotel
, lie woman In the nure's
d lierw'lf lo K" to a :eb-
,ie lift the loom, nc
. ,' ...v. one of the women
t ,inr litirrlrilly and tin tl
. three left the loom and
f He hotel Hie slrl left
; .ontli In llroad street :
i nnd turned tho Croon I
The two women hailed a ,
lintel llioad and diove I
police liendiiuai tors had a'l the wotk It
could do about tho time the tmtso
started on hot Journe.i Tliete were
three other messages In ipilck succes
sion fioni different point", all telling the
police to watch thp Plank road trolleys
and stop two eldprlv wotnpu and one
young imp. A delegation of police wore
rushed out nt once to a point where the
cars come In on Hie meadows nnil they
searched every car for an hour. Ths
thioe did not come that was
Mr Hordon was not at his hotel last
night. It was said that he left nt 15
o'clock without saying when ho would
return. At tin same time a representa
tive hint established hoadiiuarters nt the
Hotel Navarro. Newark
The theory upon which the police weie
working was that the thrpp did not go
to .terse City at nil nnd the chauffeur
was mistaken. Thpy bpllevi'd they might
have taken temporary refuge In some
Newark hotel. They wore waiting for
them to reappear The representative
would not give out any Information, but
ho was frequently nt the telephone ns If
a large forcp of private Investigators
was on the search
Think Girl Will lli-apprar.
It was said late last night thnt the
father behoves his daughter will reap
pear In a day or two. The women, who
the not related to either side of the
house, are simply friend of Mrs. Hor
don, It wns said They have como to be
lieve that they ate mote capable of ad
vising tho girl t'-an hrr own farnllv. it
was snid further
I ii ii 1 1 o lliilel Ohjprta In
Nlimr In Till 4 II).
Thr Marlborough-lllenlwlm Company
and Jolah White & Sjms Company, own
ers and operators of the Marlborough
Illenlulm Hotel at Atlantic cm. brnuulit
suit In the I'tllteil States Dlstrlrt Court
etrdn. to enjoin the Martborough-Hlen
helm Company, whlph wa terently or
ganized in New York State and which
opened a hotel at llroadway and Thlrt.
Ixtli street u month ago. frieti usliu that
The Atlantic Cltj rnnce'n In Us bil! of
eoultv allege" that the proprietor or tti
new hotel halo adopted tho same name tn
order to deceive the publle Into the belief
that theirs I a hraneh of th" AtlantI
Cltv house, and also tn obtain the benefits
of the prestige and advprtlslng of the
olJer hotel. The bill also alleges tliHt th
New York linn.' has had burned In It
china and dishi" and engrawd upon its
menus and stationer., an exact duplicate
of the trademark which was otiglnated by
tlie.Marlboioiieh-llb nheltn of Xtlantlc cn
end she was o.vepcted to leach the city
l fori midnight. Friends of Mr. Hob
bins opross,d the opinion that his act
was duo purtiv to domestic uuhupplncss
and puttly to business troubles.
The lawyer had been living with his
sou In th. apartments of his wife's sis
ter He carne homo a little before 7
o'clock Inst nli;ht only the child was
in the apartment waiting for him. Tin
boj was playing with a toy boat in the
bathtub nt the time 111 father lume
A few minute Inter I'ullii'in.in Will-
lam McSweeney of the Kast Right -eighth
streft station, on post at llu
corn'r, heard the shots In quick suc
cession MeSwppiioy ran Into the hall
way of Iho apartment house and met an
elevator boy on his way out to tlnd u
policeman McSweeney and tho boy re
turned lo the apartment on the sixth
MeSweenei broke in and found the
boy on tin Hour of thp bedroom, a IiuIIpI
wound in his temple. The child was un
conscious Mr. Kobbln wns lying on
the bed Ho had cut a deep gash across
his throat. The razor which he had
used lav on the bed beside him. A re
volver with live empty chambers lay on
tho drcsMT near by still warm.
An ambulance surgeon from the
Flower Hospital and a physician of the
neighborhood were culled In nnd the
child was taken to the hospital. The
father already was dead.
Heforp going to Atlantic City Mrs,
bobbins had boin living in h boarding
house Kept by Morris Iterdlga nt 80 liast
Ninety-second treet. Herdlgn said last
night that a man whom he took from
descriptions to be Kobblns came to the
boarding houso Just berore -Mrs. Jtonoins
left for Atlantic City nnd had n long
talk with her. It was believed that h
was sepklng a reconciliation.
Tho boy has been attending Public
School C. In Knst Klghty-lirtli street.
A member of the family denied late
last night that Hobblns and his wife
had separatpd or that tluro was any
illsugreenipnt between them, He uld
that Hobblns had been In NorfoiK tor
the last two weeks and that his wife had
been living nt n boarding house until he
returned. Hobblns, he said, came bnck
lo New York yesterday and found that
hi wife had gone to Atlantic City with
her slsti r.
ATHN'Tio Oitt. April 23 -Mrs. W V
Hobblns. who bus been n guest at the
Hotel Dennis for several clays, was too
crushed by the news of her husband'.
art to talk when seen to-night She
picked a few belotiglngn and went to
Philadelphia, when she will mak con
nection for Now York
ntt," "jTIIIp bptwppti thp r.itlio.td- -.ml
Ihelr employets In tho Kasl. It I also
tin most Important labor tllspu'e ow
arbitrat'd under thin act
The award follows:
At Hole 1 Tin hum or lo. r one
hundred miles or less, nil. ill constitute n
da) work In all classes of service, ex
it pt as otherwise Hpeiilloil Tin time for
which a fireman wilt bo paid shall login
at the time ho Is ieiUilvd to irpnrt tor
i lit", and end when the engine di
llveieil at the point designated
Article, i. The following rate.s of wages
per day shall be the minimum rates paid
in all linsses of service on all lallroads
p.ittle to Ibis arbitration
WHp.ht of loroinoth. In eiiui,. mi
l.m Hum Mi.OOO
Mi. 000 tn lOO.OOil liumiil
lini, imo iii llo.iiOu piiiin.l"
1 111.000 tll 1 TO. 010 pillOlili
KO.mOO It. 200,000 piitoul
I'llO.oOO In l'wi',000 poilltil)
;.i0,ili'0 In 70H. O00 I'lillllilN
.100,1100 to :,,o.ooo ptiuml
.ill MiiKlm "ifr sso.Ptio puiiiiilH tm
MollM en Hi n en rmiiiill"" of iwliit mi
ill l rrn
I'rrlKht Si-Mil e.
Lt thitn iO.OOO pound" I!. 75
0.06il tn 100,000 pnuiiilf :,lu
100.000 Tii Mo, 000 ti'itiliilp
10,0011 tu 170,000 tiotllulll
10.000 lo 200,000 luillllil
-'00.000 In "iO.OU'l nmilula
?.'o.000 to -lOO.OOil teiatol - 3 ih
A'l ri ft 1ii-j to t-i 500,000 putmil on
.If I vol 4 Ob
Mallft Plulli. i rit.l rtll nf iielnlit uu
I uli lor (Ii orl Imp.
iHoitliiio in all service e.vrepl taseti
ger will bo paid for pro lata on the
inlniili bnsl with top hours ns the basis
of ooiniiiitiitloii unlcs otheiwlso spoci
fled, eltlu r niibs or hours being counted
as th" olio i xooeils tho other. In the
passenger service (except Miburh.itO
overtime will bo paid at the rate of
thlrt cents an hour, co. lining twenty
miles an hour Five limns or loss, or
Inn miles or lis., Is to constitute a day
Mi short tut n uioiiml tun, not ox
ceedlng eighty mUos, overtime will be
paid for t Into on duty or hold for diit
l:'.C. I In excess of eight hours within twelve
rUADI 176 ,r ,
Xaii AafaWJLVI U ikmW Ot JUOndOtl
IMIOli:, r.NO'i.lH FLTt.VlTfRE TAPESTItlEl",
wniikf ' p.ti r.Artt. chixerf. porcelain?
ir.olic-lr,"- .Cti AtHMs M ARRf.TC M ANTEbriKT.?
7 S FIFJTH AVENUE
(iinsocutKo hours nnd nho for all tm
In ixioss of twelve consecutive hours,
coinptuisl coiillnuoiislv from Hie tlmo
Hist loiniiroil lo report to the tlnal it-
Ioiim' iii the end of the las, t II n. time
to bo counted as continuous whete Ihej
Interval of tolenso fiotu dulv duos not J
cMced one hour. '
No Initial terminal dolav Is allowed !
beyond that Involved In the rule that!
pay shall Imgln In nil cases at the time j
it llieiunii Is reqiiheil to I r port for ilitt,!
but? final tetmlual delay after the lap."
of an hour shall l- p.iid for at tin- end
of tin trip at tho overtime rate.
Firemen In pool freight or u-ias!gnri
Kol'vlco held nt olbol tbatl bollle term!-
U'hete two llirnieii are employed on a ,. , (,nU,loll , f,. ,,,
I so held after oxpllullon of eiglltoeli
, hunts after i "lief from pre , him dut.v i
' V l ...1 ..t- u..tl Iu 1.. ,l.,t I-,..
Wright on drli nit 100 000 up it :;o ooo I . , , , . .
j,,,,,,,,!, M'h matt rs involving tho noi essltj or an
wvinht mi ilrlvr-m mer :Jo ooo poninJ .loo ndiljlionil llteninn. l''ii'emoii ate niieveil I
nuininm ncriirr. ,.t ,.,,,,. ,.111.1,,. nnil I it 0.11 111- 1 1.111
Kivlich rnln lirimei. .111 luoomollv n-. , ,,. .. ,.(, ..... . .,,,,, , ,P
ivflKnlfiK ! thmi nii.tio'i pouniit nn
tlrlvors. rr day of ln CIO) hour seeing that propaiatlon have Ic.'n
. niailo. I'li'i'iiiou Hod on between teiml- I
nals because of sotvlc" law an lo be
Aid English Banqutt Hall Here
on exhibition in the Charles Galleries. None
othec thnn the Elizabethan Banqueting Hall of
the jiistoric English mansion, Rothenvns House,
HjIi). With but two exceptions, this was the
moyt important panelled interior in England.
An open fire now burns under the great mantel
wit'a its Arms of twenty-five quartering?, as it
rlicf three hundred years ago. The American
lnyer of old Engliiih homes will be interested in
ibis most wonderful historic room. Illustrated
boolclrt. will bo forwa'rde.d on request.
locnniotlVH a a result of the application
of Article B lieielnafter the rate of pay
to each fireman shall be as follows
PRESIDENT TO OPEN 1
hen He I'li-liv- ii Itnt ton in.
the WliiH' Hoiim' itll.OiHl
l.i-lil Will I'lnsii.
Stviirh rnzln tlrrnitjii nn i-iikIii Wflgli
Hue 140,000 pounua or oir on tirivi
lpr Uiy of lrn i to) houn or itrr
i-tclndlnt MolletK Ml
HoAtlera. rr ilny nf trn (101 tionrt or
trim. .... I:
IS lioKttrrii at" tiiilofd In liatnlltna
nirin taftw-fi-n imMrnarr sintioim
mul tound houret or y.-vril or on main
trneln thov will be pnlil pr iljy
nt tt-n (101 Iniiir or Ifs
If mfii ar rmptoyrd tn nsim hnptlfis
In liunJltni ondnri trt.ii pannfr
t-lntlon nd round oui- 01 vord
or tnitlii track they will be paid per
iiuy of tea (10) hour" or !.". . .
Ilrlper on Klerlrlr IxHnmollir.
Tin trm "lietprr' will bo umWatood lo
nifon the second man employed on
loMrtc loroinollvea. atul ho ahatl It
c1a In paaiencer servlco per da,
of ten (10 bourn or lc. nnt hundreu
1 100) mile or le . . i
In through freight per day nt ten (10) ,
hour or lena. one hundred nooi
mile or leei ISO
In liming eervlie. per day of ton '
(10) hour or le . . . : 60
All working condition applicable to
steam locomotive firemen In steam ser
vice w-tll apply to helpers In electric ser
vice. Firemen on loromotlves In pusher and
paid for llni" on trip, axonllng to miles
up to 100, schedule rate bevutid
that or over ton hoiu
l?artitiiK" ot l lie IHmlnlhi1. !
llarntngs of Ilienien In no class aie lo i
'be dlmltllshed by till uwnrd, and If J
I necessary tn accomplish till rates tha !
may have bo n bettor ate to be main- I
1 talued, Neither shall tltonipn's earnings I
i be Incrpased nbov-p what the higher tale.-,
of pay nnd tin conditions thnt wore bet
ter hcietofore guaranteed thorn by a
combination of the new rates with the
' old condition.
. The award Is to take effect according
i to the act of Congress of June I. lys
nlri llnoartelt lltioie lur ule.
SvTVit.LE. I. 1. April S3 - l.titu Lake
the line "Id homo or the late 'lobe t U
Hno'evtlt hero, 1 for sale and 't ' under.
t nil that a New Yotl; 'oal e "tin
cat" I negotiating fo- It.
I'lo'iileiu W'.l'on will olliciall. open the
new Woolworth llllildiiig to-night Soon I
allT 7 o'clock when word ha lioon ie.-- i
grapliod lo tho White House that all is in
readiness tin 'louden! will puh n but
ton flushing tin I'lecli'k current to every '
one of Iho s.i.otm titid odd lamps in tin 1
'l lu is olio of the fe.iitu es of the dinner .
which Frank W Woolworth will tivo in
honor of Cas (iilbort. th" ar?!iitopi. and
to which many of the most prominent men
in tin country haw ben invited On tin 1
Woolworth special which Is scheduled
to nrrivo from VHJi.ngtr n at I o'clock
this afternoon, will come Vice-President
Marshall, Senator Klihu K.ioi who will
preside nt the dinner; Senators O'Gornmn
of New Yorl:..lamesof Kentucky, flallinger
of Now Hampshire. Hughes of N'ew Jer
si.v and llatiisdoll of Novada There
will also bo a special train from Boston
Mavor (iavnor will represent the city. ,
togetlier with delegations from tin Chrm
ber of Commprce and religious, mercan
tile, nianui'uctMrinp; nnd educational asso
ciations. t Oil." o'clock Mr Woolworth will re
eoive hi piests on the mezzanine floor
At 7 13 the guests will take elevators to,
tin dining room on tin I wenty-seveptli
floor, hall way up tho gteat skyscrapei
I'lio Woolworlh Hilil'lmc. which rot
ov or S7,".ll,('ti. i Iho lallesi olboo build
uu: in th" world, measuring 7fn feet from
th" stro.'i level to ,'it l ip of Hi" cupola
It overtop-, i he stinger lliiiltling In- thirteen
s, ines niiil. next in the IVillel Tower hi
Paris m i',,. t illoit sltucture ever erected.
It l olitatto. uu i'o than '.n.uin tuns of steel
git.ior. thir'--M oloc.itors and in.'.'no.ooii
"llloe I'.'", of Hp.l o
I'roiii a'i ..i-o'ii i i 1 1 s' m Ipoint the
liuildiiiu b.i en pronoun 'e.l one of tlu
nios. iic.iu, tl'ul hi ;'i v.j.kl In design
it i a otii.iiu itioti oi tin. Italian. French
anil l!etilliisiiioo. wbh fiothie peil
on Iho 'oof of iho in. nn Mrmillre Hut
Mr (illboit ha iI,iiiiiihI i.s boauly only
to lie a 1 1 etih uu o'uolil ol Us usefulness
In it vou .'1111 lltid practioallvall the con
vi nieiices and emiipmeiiis ol a "'null oily.
oti cm iloposii ,i,ul draw money at
tin ba'ik on lie f'.rst lloor. m llu; lias
tiion! there are barber sliupsalid a swim
ining pool one ol the largest in New
orl where you can work iipalt iippottto
t'oi'ilinnor. which vou cuipat in tho raths
keller or ro-taurani m the liaseinent.
1 her. i an arcnio lined -vitli attMctlv
hhop'i wlios" fronts are elititolv of plate
iltiss i'-icn there is a luncheon club.
Ilb-ai'v .mil itynuiiisii.tn on th" twenty
eightli lloor niiil nn obsorvntcry station
on tin" roof
I'll" buildinc measure I.V.'.l feet on
ltrnail'v.iv. 10," to loot on Park PUeei and
in? : fee. on Karcalv lrt'Pl Work on th
Ion mlot ion was MartiMJ on November 4,
1010 "n d'tly '. ltiiv. an inericnn flag
was run up on t')' pol 770 feet nbov-
Mine Mure II iiltbetl,
l.ri.i.ns entered th 'I ' shie t'ure it
si i',n ei btrtwien "t otlco'; Mond.'
ti' ml o'clock 'i 'ies l . !u inline it
li.i.t.ril jestHitla; trom Manager S. C.
I ' 'lllil.li Four oa" el s'loo.l valued tu
'.'' I'm tllkei ni' liliigl.ll'i foi't.'flt
a wv f oni F.llzHtteth -tret into the back
R. H. Mcy & Co.'s Attractions Are Their Low Price.
V Herald Square, aaa
Broadway, 34th to 35th St.
A ' I
. . -I' i
I ' t
$40,000 Worth of Perfect Diamonds
M.'.n.oon lllich School for Mimlolalr.
Mos'tci.air, N .1 April '.'3 At a
meeting of the Montrlalr Hoatd of Kdu
cation to-night It was decided to erect n
nw high school nt a cost of Hr.n.OlUi
The mliool will be designed to accommo
date H.flOO pupils and I expected to serve
Montrlalr for thp next twenty years.
Tin building will be erected on the north
hide of Chestnut street petween Park
slieet and .Mlillniid avenue, on a plot 500
h 5o'i feet, which will cost approximately
R. H. Macy & Co.'a Attractions Are Their Low Price.
U W Vgaram Herald Square, Broadway, 34th to 35th St.
CHlNcA and GLASS
For Summer Homes, Hotels, Yachts, etc
m-lCY'S stocks of Chine and Glass. Oil display nnd
mm I jiccesbiblc for selling, arc larger than the com
1 TJL1 hi, ed stock-, of all the other New York Depart
Hi of llu Tniloiih.
" ie- Intor the ntil.se bad in
'W,nk police, called up a
"i.lross in this city and also
ii. She lollowed the women
ib while soVPinl men inced
g 1 1 llotf. pursuits were In
tu- to the chauffeur of the
poke vcr.v glibly, the two
w . ighted at Markot and Fll
'e;;. wlioro they had taken a
..) r 'i-v for .lersey City. No
be found of the girl.
-1 'h nurse was able to tell
a uu led 'oi of the InrirtenlH
i i.e was Con gland, she was a
e Adam Institution, she
Horflen and I were walking
Maty savings of course, in till- as m all departments
as we'll as more and better nocd.i diplaed for our
convenient selection than elsewhere.
China and Glass Decorating
In our factory on the premises we decorate China
ami Glass uitli'monoRrams. pennants, streamers, crests
and heraldics-copyine old designs or submitting orig
inal ones when desired.
On hotel or boarding house
orders for white china in quan
tities of twenty dozen or more,
we engage to Decorate with
band nnd monogram in colors,
at 49C p01" dozen pieces.
For sachts, we show a special
line of'Clunaware with a heavv
rolled (hIrp; very graceful in
bhape and very durable.
'I he attention of yachtsmen
is directed to the special offer
in China and Glas, iJcoratniK
To acnuaint you with our facilities for doing such work
we make this special one-week offer an underpricinp,
that is of particular interest to yacht owners, hotel
proprietors and keepers of boarding houses.
These prices for Decorating China
or jiass m 101s
Single Hag Decoration.
Single Hag with two
colored lines, $3.29
of one dozen:
Double Hags with two
colored lines, $3.97
Single Hag and twu
gold lines. $3.48
Double Flag with two
gold lines, $4.48
From the viewpoint of
Pure white brilliant
Gems such as these, are
their value increasing
appreciably year bv ear.
in the proposed taritt'
it is suggested that the
dut on cut Diamonds be
advanced from 10 to
15. and that 10 duty
be the tax on the uncut
The London "Financial
News" of April 4th. 191. i.
predicts higher prices for
Fall, on Diamonds of the
qualitv offered in this,
Diamonds were never
so good an investment as
those offered NOW AT
A Saving of ls on Macy's
Usual Lowest-in-the-City Prices
Therefore !4 to l3 Less
Than Prices Elsewhere for
Every Stone in this Sale
is Pure White and Flawless
"Perfect Under the Loop"
From i7;( standpo hi j
In the Spring the
voting man's fanc
ligluh turns to thoughts
of love and incidental!),
to a "Solitaire."
At Macv's, Diamond
Rings, in Solitaire. Two
Stone or Three-Stone
Settings f 6 r Engage
ment Rings are bril
liantly beautiful, effect
ively mounted and ab
For 'June Wedding
Gifts there are ex
quisite LaVallieres. Neck
laces. Earrings and other
handsome pieces the
cry latest designs.
The "Loop" is the high-power magnifying glass of the expert
Diamond Rings, La Vallieres. Necklaces and Ear -rmjjf,
at prices ranging from $22.49 i usually S28.-1Q) to
$1,198.00 (usually ?l ,'189.00).
Macv's usual prices $31.25 to $711.00
Xow $24.89 to $568.00
Mounted in solid 14-kt. Gold and platinum.
Macv's usual prices $39.74 to $289.00
Now' $31.75 to $231.00
Diagonallv mounted in solid 14-Kt. Gold and platinum.
Macv's usual prices $28.49 to $614.00
Now $22.49 to $491.00
Hoops of solid 14-Kt. Gold and platinum.
Of solid 14-Kt. Gold, hand-carved,
With one, two ur
Macvs regular prices
The increasing scarcitv of pure white Diamonds and the in- I
creasing demand for them in conjunction with the probable in
create of "dutv "combine to make this sale more than usuallv
Tho disf in.-tive nnd evnuisite mountitics of nlati-
num and gold are thoroughly in harmony with the
gems they sustain.
Macy's usual prices $55.75 to $875.00
Now $44.50 to $685.00
Earrings of solid 14-Kt. Gold and platinum.
Macv's usual prices $54.25 to $478.00
Now: $43.25 to $382.00
Tandem Style mounted in platinum with three or four diamonds.
Macv's usual prices $1,122.00 to $1,498.00
Now $897.00 to $1,198.00
Of Platinum, in the newest designs, mounted with 21 perfectly
tooth and Gvns) style mountings,
$38.25 to $346.00
$30.50 to $276.00
interesting. It will pav ou to take advantage of these
Very Special" Prkesichich are the Lowest to he
found in New York, quality of the Gems considered.
.Baaomenl. 34th HI. Side..