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ina property worth mlllloni of
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iif arerji were two explosions that
ded hrouflfhout the Bronx ahaklnc
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nw nat ecUon of the city In total
4sekmeuexCePt where tHere were oo
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OR1i BANS twenty No 16Robo
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NGGEL THEODORE thirtymam
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fey the ft ooraiMny TJi gas
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SCENE OF BIG GAS HOUSE EXPLOSION IN THE BRONX
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the unooniclous Mohr their own
clothes aflame They rolled him In the
now and then they roUnd thcnnelvei
through tile drifts
Arriving at the fire Deputy Chief
Jloano ordered a second alarm to bo
founded So filled was the neighbor
hood with escaping gas that the fire
men could not get close to the burning
building The fireboat Zophar Mills
esDonded to the tecond alarm and
tonn Its arrival a wall of water was
formed betWnU Uo burning buIlding
and the three caafllled tanks To do
hli II stream was run through a elx
inch pipe from the lireboat and sent In
the air above the tanks The engines
on the shore then cent water from hOle
to meet the fireboats stream The
tneetlng of the opposing streams caused
the water to fall es a wall upon the
threatened tanks and their sides al
ready hot were quickly cooled
The five injured men were taken to
the le La Verne lUfrlgeraiinc Plant
whoro their Injuries were dreased iiiilor
they were taken Lincoln Hospital
The loss < lj eRtlmMed at 0000 The
MS pressure will belowln the Bronx
for several days
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MANHOLE BURSTS
IN LOUD EXPLOSION
Kobe and Flame Arouse Neigh
borhood nnd firing Out Io
I Her Ileaervei
A terrillo explosion from the manhole
at the northwest corner of Fortyninth
street and Eighth avenue early today
arouaed the residents for blocks around
ind created great excitement for a
HUM FjoJuM shot twentyfive feet Into
the air
Sergt Fitzgerald In the Wait Forty
Mventh street Btatlonhouse hoard the
explosion and turned out the reserves
Investigation showed that the man
hole had been blown up by Kill tvhloh
leaked from the mains na bcxxams Ig
nited hv electric wires Vhjn the re
serves arrived the flames hau dl d out
TJils is the third time this manlwrte
lias blown 03 On one occielon the ex
pJoalon ltured seversU people and
caused Timawn ntaon passlns team
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jThe Equitable
Life Assurance Society
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A i f < t I V S > H oi
I HENRY B J1YDE POUNDER 1 t t J 1
Fortyfifth Annual Statement for the tVear Ending e 6eii3i x94 t1
ASSETS
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Bonds and Mortgages 8162370911
Real Estate In New York
tndttdlof the QqnlUble Building 2O90621578 1
United States State City
I wd Mlroad Bondi and other In
Ttetatwu Krkt value onfCOt
OT r o 0 0
S i 49 > iU < > > 22 8 339 884oo
Loans secured by Bonds and
Stocka market value ij4 4iw on 1080500000
Policy loans I 54443969
Real Estate outside of New
York Inolndlng14 office building 1598943166
Cash in Banks and Trust
Comptnlei Intereit 2205100002
Balance due from agents 51463990
Interest and Rents
Due I ° J SJ Accrued s945l IS 632 5o8 78
Premiums due and in process
collection 531355600
Deferred Premiums 263196900
Total Assets 41395302074
INCOME I
Premium Receipts 6264383674
Interest Rents etc 1643285921
Incomep 790766959
DISBURSEMENTS
DeathClaims 1804953935
Endowments and deferred
dividend policies 8425950I4
Annuities 98034994
Surrender Values 293130536
Dividends Poljcyholders 600190251
Paid Policyholders 3638904730
Commissions advertising
IlOllage and exchange 7 900 285 73
All other disbursements 7 1 79 3 1 842
Real Estate Sinking Fund 50000000
Disbursements 5196865145
We hereby certify to the correctness of the above itntement I
FRANCIS W JACKSON Auditor H R COUR8EN Atttitent Auditor A W MAINE Attaciatt Audttar
LIABILITIES
Assurance Fund or Reserve 32773835800
All other Liabilities 542039353
Total Liabilities 33315875153
Surplus 8079426921
ASSURANCE
INSTALMENT POLICIES STATED AT THCIR COMMUTED VALVES
Outstanding Assur
ance II i > 495 > 542 > 8 2oo
New Assurance less
Assurance not taken 22292003700
I I We hereby certify to tho correctness of the above statement The Reserve on per the independent valuation I
of theN Y Insurance Department is 326513126 For Superintendents certificate see Detailed Statement
J 0 VAN CISE Actuary KOBT HENDERSON Aisutant Actuary R 0 HANK Associate Actuary
We have examined the accounts and Asset of tho Society and certify to the correctness of tho foregoing
statement
WM A WHEELOCK V SNYDER C LEDYARD BLAIR CHARLES STEWART SMITH MARCEtLUS HDODOE
Sfictal Committee of the Board o f Dinctort
i < JAMES W ALEXANDER Presidrn JAMES H HYDE VidPresidtnt
GAGE TARBELL Stand Viet Prtit GEO T WILSON Third VicePrttt VM H IfclNTYRE Fourth Vice Prest
I WltMAM ALEXANDER Secretary THOMAS D JORDAN Comftrailer SIDNEY D RIPLRY Treasunr
H R VnUTUROPtAtse Secretary M MURRAY CasHur W 11 11REMNER Ant TreasurerS
SC DOLLING Sujersntcndet Agtncut
r W R DROSS M D and ARTHUR PEIL M D MtdicalDirectors I
RECTORS
J W ALEXANDER JAMES II hYDE
LOUISFITZGERALD JOHN A STEWART LEVI P MORTON JACOD II SCIIIFF EH HARRIMAN
CHAUNCEV M D PEW A J CASSATT D 0 MILLS JAMES J HILL ALIRtHJ G VANDlmnlLT
WM AWHEHLOCK ROuT T LINCOLN GEO J GOULD CIIAS S SMITH JEFFERSON COOLIDGE
VTC DHMING J J ASTOR GEO T WILSON IIENRVC FRICK AUGUST DEL IONT
CORNELIUS N BLIS5 GAGE E HRBRLL WM ALEXA4DER Sin WM C VAN HORNB
T D WITT CUYLRR
GBO H SQUiRE MARVIN HUGIIITT JOliN J McCOOK ThOMAS FCKERT
A W KREII
THOMAS JORDAN WM II MclNTRE II CIIAARSTICK C LIWARP BLAIR
M HARTLEY DODGE II M ALEXANDER DAVID II D
C ff ALEXANDER MOFFAT JAMES FORGAN
V P SNVDBR BRAYTON WES JFoeNAVARRO SIDNEY D RIPIItV JOSEPH T LOW
SAMUEL INMAN IJRADISH JOHNSON M FINGAILS JOhN SWANE II R WINTIIROP I
N BFOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE DETAILED STATEMENT
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Toys 11111 dolls it i
YInenent SnU room P I
BOo Qarn f IJIrd Centre inc f f
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2flo Scroll SAW Outfit JOo
inc Jointed Doll 4ftc j
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swtcwr 80 TJItln 2V Quten Uluell carpet
II Ko IIId hlirh aldrh llmltnl quantity JIDHAll i9UJj02fJJT EBTS I i
Two sharply reduced prices give you
choice of our 15 to 20 suits overcoats
AI EWE thrown down all the price barriersthe lowest prices weve ever quoted
VV now stand between you and a thoroughly good suit or overcoat Hope to make this a oneday clearing sale
and we will too If every man that reads this announcement but realize what a
M sale of this kind means from a saving standpoint The best way however Is to
come and Inspect our 115 to 20 suits and overcoats > We insure you a perfect fit
and the price will be 18 or f985
Weve placed ufluzUahlytow prices pn our stilts and overcoats but
we do not want the prices to prompt you to associate this cloth
Ing with suits and overcoats that usually sell for Saturdays prices
OVERCOATS at 25 Weve been selling
I J these overcoats all season
t i long at MS and < ISand the shows
great Increase In our business they were con
sidered good value at those prices but weve turned our thoughts toward Spring
stocksthe famous Tourist coats 52 Inches longmade with belt back also the
4 s long and very stylish Baltic friezes In black and Oxfords handmade collar serge
y llnedevery slzeH to 46 Inch chest
SUITS at 9 as Theyre cut to please particular
menhave a madeto order appearance
4I5 wIdth all good dressers admire In black thlbet fancy worsteds In neat patterns
ilso Scotch effects In cheviotssingleor breasted coatslined with Pioneer
serge all hand made they were formerly priced at MS to Jt8
J rt OVERCOATS at l2rheyi include every
V i overcoat our stock em
braces no matter what the price has been weve your size made of fine Vicuna
r and Elyslannot coat In the lot that formerly soldat less than J20
SUITS at 12 These are the celebrated Kup
penhelmer suits and Its the last of them at
the price these are suits that equal the best madetoorder garmentsnot one for
merly sold at less than 2Gvou can wear this weight of clothing for the next
Lc t three months your choice at 112
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I 40 for mens
14O 250to
350 vests
100 full dress vests that
sii regularly it 250
300 and 350 isodou
ble and single breasted
white and fancy vests
that sell regularly at 250
and 350 All sizes
New Des s
in Valentines
prices lo and upwards
have the greatest variety of
WE unique new novelties Inunlnab to
show you reasonable prices
Exceptional diaplayj
main floor
In every case the value exceeds the
price asked and theres a range of prices
insuring that everybody will be suited
Come to choose now
t Books
popular fiction
25c 45c
THE highest tribute to these
thrilling novels Is that they were
accepted by Americas best publIshers
and issued to sell at 75c to 150
Nearly all are classed with the best of
recent popular fiction second Floor
copyrighted nov
25t elsstrong linen cloth
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A heritage ot Peril Oh e Real dv 1II1d
llIfUfillwut Crokr
Tne Elevenlh earn Xlnltlnl of the
mendmenl Sum
LampMerriman
elltf A itli in the World
StlIIyThQmP ° fl organt
Under Bealed Orers With 8trcl and
Allen CrlclflxVan Zlie
Maud I1IUnrrnn DearOltJ1rnet
The COPitord My T h S UytterioUi
lervHuuell DndlrWalah
Prlonere of khe Sel lineal ot the lawn
KlnKlle chonIlunio
Joal lilt Curate Ur Wlttl WIdOW
Wnrden Hope
Fortyfive cents
The Main Chance
by Nicholson
The Gray Cloak
by McGrath
Fortyfive cents
t Checkers
By Blosiomevprybortyo seen the
play
The Bath Comedy
Kitty 114111
W drnwn from thie comical W
t By Right of Sword
M6rchlnlth play < > f the l1me
fly rr 14l1on
Ka II now rroollnK a <
All copyright
fiction in hand
some cloth 415C
binding these
and hundreds
ot otter title at
JoIII rh Ihll hf Whip hand
The
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Annlt 1 Oren
Mice of III tlnn A fiTiVi l ttni ta
nurhomoOI Her Husband
GvituuI k tr Th SJintur I nf
Cutchton e Capt HornStock
lar100
AMaHlnMarrlaW
ton
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GOO Out of Kahlnett
vole boxel
of Blitr MIlM
Ailventurtu lock 0 I m e J An Arvwhe Prince
lyle Hlnr
Inter fhrtstlan llfarts CourasMUi
t Coiell II t >
Th Hlitht ol Way Ut nofier helen
rarer Horton
inf ii iir i81L iII 4
1g5O for
10 Mens
era vcnettes
Regular 15 and I IS
eriveiUtie coils I Just
bought 200 very swell
coats large broad shdul
ders cut very loose and
long swell Sites from
33 to 44 chest
000 ford
200
d mens
trousers
The balance of those
good 3 and 4 trousers
left from our big sale
that we had last week
sizes for all builds 30
waht to 52 waist
i Boys suits overcoats h at sold for 500 at I 3 00 cpenfitce has This a highly Is the iroldniled polished new thin case Wnltham model gtnrairteed T 18 sIze and 1
TourIst Coats Reefers Norfolk Double Suits Breasted Sailor Russian Suits Russian Suits Conta Regular Over e = for nd 20 Jewel years movement Has the pendant 11 8 set W i
coats Dont forget It U the latest 1250
model
SIMTSON crtMVFonn co
The new white plaited dress shirts for Spring 110 1
Regular price this season is 150 j
NEW effects in the plaitd shirt suitable to wear now and throughout the Sprimr and T
Summer A limited number will be ready tomorrow the lowered price of guo Ifthe demand is any IYl1JlJ1
thing like it was last year and it promises to be greater this offer will soon close the price will rebound to I
150 Saturday is a good time to buy and we do not see why any man should fallto5ecure a supply j
A Like custom made shirts these are made to fit properly around the shoulders and tho workmanship 7
Is up to the standard of the 2i30 custom shirt Fine cambric and madras are the materials 1 1
How they are made Extra full and long taking away all the annoyance pf the ordinary readymade
shirt cujfejre q itjachedor detaChedwe guarantee tberatobethe C newest styles for t oi 4iUl1 owiM an pOOP
Negligee shirts at 6gc Mens bndcwcare 39c and 550
Shirts thathave ken splendidly with particular men At the beginning of the season thl quality would
for tomorrow we ivan iddltlonalMOO down cost 85c and Si25200 linlon suits for Immediate clearing t I
Not one value overdrawn
in this clearing of
Childrens garments
Prices tl95 to 20 usunlly 395 to 37bO
Childrens co t5 ofserg Venetian 1cJothj Import
tdzlbellneandvelvtts
velvets geooad FloOr
Price 36c ordinarily would be 73c
Infants colored silk caps In red gray blue and
brown slits 141S 16 In
Prices 95c to J430 usually S 195 to S800
Childrens hatsodds and ends of the seasons
stockin velvets and silksail prettily trimmed
Prices 98o to 495 usually SI50 to 795
Childrens colored cashmere dresses alU very
pretty models and latest shades Including plaids
sizes 2 to S years
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The AKabro razor 100 J
regular price 150 j
WE have yielded to ie urgent J
request of the manufacturers to J
handle simples of the Akabro 250
razor and tomorrow Is the copd l
Saturday of our ale of 1000 of these
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IE3ZYhA noiviiuiilng
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We guarantee them to shave ab j
solutely clean without pulling and
theyll retain their tdgeb causeJ
made of the besttempered nngtoh
steel with full concave blade Widths i
58 or 68round or square comers 11
The Akabro sells rywhere at 250 I
the year round seldom a rare occa I
sion like ink Every nun will appre i
ciate Its Importance Main Floor
SOc for 125 genuine horsehldorat t
Or strops well ma le and finished
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The Waltham watch 800
Standard 1250 value I
THE name Waltham is not as
sociated with any watch that does
not keep accurate time so you need
not be afraid to pur Ifh
chase one of these j
watches at 800 to
morrow as more than
a hundred men 1
did last Satur II 11 I
day 10
Waltham 5
1250 j
8 4
watches do
not get out 5 itrl
of order 1
Spring Kid gloves 79c a
AN importer has allowed is one thousand i
pairs at a rare concession Main Floor
to introduce the
new Spring styles
Hence we do not overestimate the values f
In telling you they are St25 and M 03 glovis ll1
The UiMt ntlrrtid ulilni ore umd In j
thru clovn nci thf nnrkmnnihl It
the bK lit they ere made to rvo il
ni ampi The < alety Ii lo prcitcf fii
than irttilar nlodi wnuM offorit 1 <
Adlers gloves for men 100 t
This celebrated glove comes III Kid and suede new
Sprint colorings and stylesbest selxted sins
unD CO
Excellent values girls aid misses coats
CLEARING out the old and introducing the newa double programme for Saturday i I
U We held off putting clearingsale prices on our better grade of girls and misses garments until the 4
very last momenthoped to self them in the regular waybut time is up and decisive measures are the I
order of the dayprices tell a tempting bargain story Thini rioor
Just a few words about the new Spring stilts for fie smart mh
new Ideas to be surestriking style feature that will
make a strong appeal for your favor Prices for Saturday
are Introductory made especially to get you to buy early
I Misses high grade coatsModels of the reigning
styles only one or two of a kindJust odds and ends plckcil from our stock
We dislike to let them go at Saturdays price but then feel that weve reached the
nowornever period of the season so out they gosome ot these garments were
priced regularly as high as MO and a few very much higher Theyre made of broad
cloth beiSkin broadtail and moleskin odds and endshandsome models 1J and 15 I
I 1475 for girls coats of handsome materialsmany pretty models to
i choose from formerly selling as high as 38OO 1
tfllll IW jtJi 1575 for misses advance style Spring suit of cheviot and Panama
fiM w mF new model full blouse postilion back trimmed with silk braIdnew sleeve with deep
4 1 cufflined with a fine grade hffetaclrciilar sklrli4 and 16later In season J2250
I k 9 75 for misses full boxplaited coats of good grade covert cloth
I flat collarfinished with panne velvet and silk braidbelt at hack nevf full sleeve re
versed cuffsizes 14 and 16 regularly selling at 1475
6 75 for girls full length coats of good grade blue and brown cheviot
yoke collar and cuffs trimmed with velvetlIned with satln6 to 4reg J1275
Lt 500 for girls full length coats of blue and brown cheviot two
f modelsregulation and full boxsome lined with red flannel others trimmed with
I panne velvet and silk braidsizes 6 to 14regularly selling at 975
1 I 575 for misses fifteengore skirt of novelty mixturenew Spring
modelcircular flaring at bottom lengths 36 to 40
l We are also showing misses regulation wash suits all new models
575toSI875
Sr ISnN mUWFonn co
Saturday sale of Standard shoes at 245
Invariably Sold at 350 a pair
S ANDARD MO SHOES for women are exceedingly scarce at a price like 245
but in this instance we are able to offer exactly 1200 pairs of those excellent shoes that have made
Elmira N Y famous through the extensive factories of J Richardson Co Second Floor
Tomorrow theres a choice of patent coltskln imported enamel 2 AS
a pair
vie kid and box calf at
r 91 The name J Richardson Co is positive assurance that these shoes will give satis
I factory service equal to any 3cO shoe tint Is manufactured
I I I Lace button and Bluchers variety of toe shapes and heelvwell stitched oak
soles medium dose and full extension edgesalso thinedge lightsole dresboots and vie kid
Lace boots with heavy weltstitched oak soles wide extension 2 A5
tp with low broad heeha delightful business or walking siioat Anltyj
About 200 pairs of the Rochester 250 shoes remain for Fridaysselling at
165 ptir Blucher and lace patternspitent tip light close edge and ex V 6
ens Ion solesproduct of one of Rpclusters best factories S3 50 value II 1 I < oJ
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