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XHl 1VENIN0 WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL Jl. I fl l rf. fl
POLICE REFORMS RECOMMENDED CURRANREPORT PaBcemen Should Not Be Forced to Lose Sleep by 1 Appearing In Court MEMO. BOOKS NEEDED. Instructions to Recruits Should Be Continued Through All Years of Service. mt Wlrh fmr' WWW Im upon aorursoy In nlerrvlnei IMMVMI aa taettfrina- ta there 4M gradually be Puitt up 1 canon "f tmnealr In the $wne,rtment. T4 ascertain all lb fart obtalnatile end ta testify to them with arrupitlnua armirary aheuld In time beoomo an arixtBapllahment aa highly priced aa maklnc dartna rrinii r rapturing; a rteeparale criminal," In a a'lnnlemantarp rspwrl Uia earn. avttWe urgea a Mora adanuaia aad aaf bandjlra and aiapoalttan of found, atolan and ranrara4 property. Tha fa. part eara that tha protaetloB of thla property la Jneuflloltni aad I naff entire under proa ant eondltlons and addai "Many opportunity ara available for eubetltutlon and tampering with tha priFperty, thla belfiej eapoclaUy trua of Jewelry and ethar Taluablae; ail mem bara of MM atait hara amieaa to tha general store rooma and to eeiao sua lalnlng valuables." MANUFACTURER IS HELD N CHARGE OF BIGAMY. 01 na eonaumed wy poBcaman In tha " "Trwar-nr af avldun a." procedure aa affecting polloe ot- and "PraaaaUtton of evidence," aa etemenls of a r aport aubmlttad to t Vf tha Outran AirtermanM Coro- whloh aWWWWJWWI roiice nit. IJome aflMant mwtkod of eerertaln- ta- tha Uma apart br poll, -man .n apart ehould ba ntada to applr." eaye tka report. "Ample opportunity axutx far Indolent o1oara to waata a ood 4aaJ of tima In court without faar af pMcMn." Ttea ro-nparatton of 44ea and dle irmattarnoya PhouM ba had In order ta keep taba oa Mma thue apant hy -teem, tha report rajoamaaanda. Tha report adda: "At present efllcera paaar no credit egalest touro af duty far time apant hi tha courts. Thla acta pa deterrent, aa aotteaanaa wtu not particularly aealoua la maJrinj aa ar real whan ha kaowa that ha will ba upoa to apend many daye In thereby consuming time that M ba apant in Bleep. It often hap. that a man spends hla daye In aad nights on patrol for several to aueoaaaloa. Thla la obvtouely waaHnl to tha beat administration of tha artaainal law." MTSCTIVM SHOUID NOT IB MAOB TO MHVB WARRANT , Tha report tafeea eioeption to tha order pf wmiaaelnnar Waldo In requiring Wptohara of tha aotootlra bureau warranto laaued la afeclatratea' that tha practice la an expenditure of the time of or aa weM. atotoKlTn phonal we required to do da- work. Civilian aum tso na servers aaara deetrajbla. "A aartaua defect It police administration with to polloe offteera appearing to eavKa la tha lack of aufflclaot recording Pf Spats by ofBcoro." Saw rapart doploroa failure to heap turn aaaha for tha mar da. da mat tare aa eonvsraatlona, adinlaalona and complete oaa. ara retained la tha aaaan- ery of tha officer snaking tha arras. K arapst roaardat wara kept "oCloara ha unable to suffer tha complete af memory which la haa fra- baoa charted officer, trader ro to partata olaaaaa of Alfred Ottenheimer of Hotel An sonla Gives Himself Up in Police Court Alfred Ottenheimer. forty-five yeare oM. a coffee manufacturer at No. SM Fourth avenue, and living with bia wife at the Hotel Anaonla. surrendered Mtnaalf In tha Weat Hide pollee court to-day. a warrant having- barn laaued charging him with bigamy. Ha waa hold for examination on May I. In . ball. The pmplainant la Ionian J. oitan helm, twanty-nlne years old. who claime ha aba married tha defendant oa June 7, Itot. and that ha lived with her In her homo, No. 44 DaKalb avenue, White 1'lalns. for overt! yeare. Hha produced a certified copy of her marrl acc ocrtlflt-ate and wltneeeae to the coiwiony when aha naked for the warrant eevaral darn ago. Bhe pro duoed alao a aertMad oodv of the marrlaaTe rrtfflrate of Ottenheimer and dmo iron, ernntn. twenty-one yaara old, dated Nor. II. 1PU. Tha woman were not In court, aa It waa not known that tha accused ooffaa manufacturer had given Wmsclf up. ottenheimer bad nothing to any for pubNcatlon. A LI argument, all proof, all rtplana- ataV tioo u Beadle whan you hava TBI o umltlM haa r nil kraal" Why it it tup ariar k taary pre ig ta tana wk aaaa the truth, That 'a why we're aniiou, you ahould caD and try it. aajpaaaW JHTft 4W ggTBAVPfTO On bale Tuesday, April 2th .iz .an ? 'xao' . Oppenhcim.luns 34th Street West, New York 1 r Extraordinary Sale of j 285 Women's Tailored Suits OrtAtly Reduced Women'. and Miuee Tailored Suit taken l from our refular stock. This feason'i most desirable tailored and semi-dress models. French tergea, Bedford and needle cords and halrwllno itrfpes. Black and colors. FormerlyS2S, $29.75 and f35j 15.00 No Exchanges No Alterations For delicate, appetisr ing flavor in soups or salads, add a dash of Eddy S'alice It's great for meats, game or fish, too, 70c. At Graean aad Deiiaataaaaa Storoa. MadcbyEPritebard.MlSpringSt..N.Y. SUNDAY WOffiJ) WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS. Oaatlnulng oa tha awajaot af polloa any. tha report reads: Notedly polloa toetlmoay aa a p) placed under the burden of a prejudice. Vary likely la aomo Sato dlatruat ta deaervod. In al- 1 all caiaa. however, tha officers im am aa endaaoorlag to give fair taaUmony The traditional P(PJ aialuuaaisa waa Pf oourae occasion -aaky apparent a UffMSS CARCPUL INSTRUCTION OR LONO PCRIOO nt In tha tastimoaw pf po- oaa ba aeoured by persistant of - toward graatar afaotaaey tjhd ac ip. O raster afaoleaey waa ba aa- by oaraftti laatraotlon tn tha for recruits, supplemented by work along tha Unas of oh- atallif. rocordlag, and aarraUng facta Thai last ruction should ba continued by aaaamanding ofttcera througk the entire or thirty yaara of tha police- Baltimore & Ohio through trains have resumed their regular schedules to and from St. Louis and Louisville via Cincinnati Trap cntira Baltimore and Ohio ayatam, Including tha Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, BalUmore and Ohio Southwoatam Railroad, Cincinnati, Hamil ton 4k Dayton Railway, opan for traffic, and paaaangor trains hava raaumad thalr regular F.rhadulea. FURS STORED In Dry Cold Air AT MODERATE PRICES. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS Charges during the Summer months are very much lower than at other times. C. G. Gunther's Sons 391 Fifth Avenue, New York. . at array HllL BClva Surety Stamps Free With Purchaaea and Redeem Them In Marchandlaes ) NeilOTams Co. Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street. New York City j rrrirrrTVYrYiiuuuLLi n O'Ncitfs Household Club Offers a Dignified, Confidential Arrangement for Payments ut Intervals on Purchases of Furniture and All Homefurnishings. The Club Privileges Will Be Found Particularly Convenient to Those Who Are Furnishing New Homes Partially or Entirely Furnishing Rooms, Apartments, Houses and Out-of-Town Summer Homes; also for Business Men Furnishing New Offices, iaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwvw These Advantages of Club Membership Are Worth Your Notice: Club Members can take auhraatage of Special galea aad Reduced Price. Clab Members enjoy the ate of their purchaaea while completing Payments. Club Member are en titled to "Surety Stamp Coupons." Club Members buy mer ohandiae made by the BEST maker in the world. Furniture. Floor Cover ing, Drapery. Curtains and Homefurnishings. This Club Plsn in the fair eat, aquareat convcniiutt pay ment plan we know of. Mm the Club Now When IU Privilege Will Benefit You Moot! When the fine days come the straw hat days, the jolly seaside and mountain days then will the man who buys In THE NEW STORE FOR MEN tomorrow one of these 158 Spring Suits at $16.50 realize what wise man he was on April 29th, and be glad he didn't let this opportunity get past him. The Suits Are $20 and $25 Grades The reliable, all-wool, well-fashioned kind; blues, pencil stripes, and some medium dark effects; cut in the happy medium. Among them are some for stout men, in the patterns stout men like. 120 Derby Hats, $2 $3 grade., finished too late to be delivered to the house that ordered them. Black, flexible, excellent style, on conservative lines. Tomorrow morning at 6.30 (let here early If you can. Broadway, Corns Eighth. fc Formrrlf A. T. Plrwarl ft fa. Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Klghth ta Trntta Street End of April Bring a Sweeping Clearance of Waists, Under muslins, French Blouses and Lingerie and French Dresses and Accessories for Babies The last winds of April are to sweep the third floor clean so that all muy be in readiness for the brightest and freshest of May White Sales. Not only the finer American-made Undermuslins, but beautiful hand-made French lingerie will be priced far below usual. Very little description can be given, as there are in most cases but one garment of each kind. But all the following are well worth your careful attention: Paris Blouses Crrpr dr rhinr, $7.50 to SS7..10. formrrly Sit to 75. hiffoii and lac. , 90 50 to 35. formerly 115 to 174. Liofrric, : to J0. formrrly S7.5U to Sttt. Paris Lingerie Itand-madr, hand-rrnhroidrn-d Bnd iBBtt with lace, (inwn. If .75 to .-.. formrrly 13.75 to $85. C'hrmiara. $f.75 to $ 50, formerly $4.50 to $M. Combinations. $4.50 to SM .50. formrrly $9.75 to $30. Cornet Cover. 7."c to $ 50. formerly $1 to $15. rViaPaPJ slips. $75 to $5. formerly $3.50 to $45. Drawers, 5c to $9.50. formrrly H5c to $18.50. Undermuslins Month of the finer sort, inert with real lacra and made of iH-aiitifiil mntrrials. Combination. $f to $5, formrrly $t.40 to $7 50. rettiroata, U .75 to $15, formrrly $3.50 to $4.75. Nichtfowns. $ 75 to $18, formerly $3 to $33. 1'rinceu alipa, $3.50 to $18.75. formerly $4.50 to $$4.75. One-Piece Morning Dresses, $1 to $2.75, formerly $150 to $3.85 Frrah. pretty frock of percale, gingham, ehambray. in fast colors. ... All have new low collar. Some are hand embroid ered and aomr have new striped veateei or sheer lingerie collars. Black Waists, $3.75 formerly $5 to $7.50 Black taffeta, brocade, crepe, moire and meaaalina in any nmber of pretty frilly a well as more tailored models, siaea 30, 38 and a few 40. Voile and Lingerie Waists $2 and $2.50, formerly $2.50 to $5 Trimmed with lace, hand embroidery, frill,, net bib frills; ever so many dainty style. Long and ihort sleeves -high and low necks. In the Gaby's French Shop Fine hand made and hand embroidered. breSJSSi $175 to $(5, formerly $ 50 to $50. Skirts. 75c to $1.50, formerly $1 .15 to $.C5. Carriage seta, and pillow, $5.73 to $14.50, formerly SB to $18. Pillow covers, $t to $0.50, formerly $3 to $15. Bibe, $15 to $(.50, formrrly $t to $3.75. Drawer. 65c to $1.30. formerly $13 to $$15. Ciuimpea, $1 to $3.75. formerly $1.50 to $5. Nighties. $1 to IS, formerly $150 to $4.30. Girls' French Blouses Hand made and embroidered. Lingerie aad white crepe da chine. $6.50 to $15. formerly $10 to $$5. Third floor. Old Building. An Important Disposal of Floor Coverings Householders and hotel managers, please take note. Four offerings make jt one of the most comprehensive disposals of its kind. The prices are attractive. The range of sizes and colors is broad enough to cover all wants. Wilton Rugs Discontinued patterns of one of our leading rug-makers. Most of the patterns in the lot are matched up from a small door mat to an 11 ft. 3 in. z 15 ft. rug. From size in. z 30 in., at 12.35. regularly $2.65, to size 11 ft. 3 in. z 15 ft., at $4ft..;r. regularly S5"J. A Carload of Crex Rugs At a saving of twenty-five per cent, or more. Odd sizes about forty; in many cases only a few inches less than the regulation sizes; can be matched up in any of the standard colors greens, reds, blues and browns; the majority in green. A few ol tne sizes: $5.05 4 ft. 6 in. z 7 ft... 4.15 3 in. z 48 in M 2.0d i7. in x 'M in 9 ft 8 ft. 0 ft. Mm z 11 ft. 0 in. z 9 ft. 6 in., z 8 ft. 0 in. . Rrgular Priet . $0.75 . 5.35 . 8.05 Rrgnlar Pric . $2.10 .90 .50 $1.70 .65 .40 Carpets by the Yard at Special Prices r Fourth Gallery, New Building. Rare Day in Housewares Prices are Down on the Necessities of Life I,ow prices prevail today (Monday) and Tuesday while quantities last. Vollrath seamless steel enamel ware stamped out of solid steel seamless quadruple OOated pure enamel every piece absolutely perfect, capacities given are the actual measurements. Sauce pots with enamel covers 9 qt., regularly 90c, now 60c each; 11 qt, regularly $1.18, now 70c each; 15 qt., regularly $1.25, now 80c each. Tea kettles with enamelled covers No. 8, regularly $1.35, now 80c rach;No. 9,. regularly $1.65. now 95c each. Dish pans 21-qt., regularly 95c, now 60c each; I7-qt.. regularly 75c..now SOc each. 35 Hifch Grade Refrigerators One-Half Price The name, a well-known one. appeara on every SS0 aise is porcelain enamel steel lining with wlra refrierator. Three lisa. . "" two "SS$ are op.hte glees lined with .... , . enameled shelves. Width e,rf llnghl rs MM . .. . aBU in. 185 Itn. fSU vwbpb sow aas ma bs mi'WM ataaaas 41)4 48 Zin ' 2 :' iaa haa. $60 oli1 l"'J, hardware, patent lever catch design. $5 in! 58 in. 00 lba. $7 Subway Moor. New Bldg. Piano Sale Postscript 110 Used Pianos will be offered in the Wanamaker Piano Salons tomorrow. Plan to come early. Store opens at 8.30. Details in tomorrow morning's WORLD. CREDIT TEKMS: Store Your Furs in Brooklyn '5 -r '75 lOT '150 1 AN ACCOUNT nanrej UTI IDHiV IXl'MNGS 164 ST. L STATION AVCmWEh SstsStiK 01 Vaara ?Balch Price Fur Storage 1 Costs 2 Telephone 5900 Main 376 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, N.5 ' 16 Minutes bv Subwav from Grand Conical to Borouqk Hall Station 'a-SX-i BaawaPjSaBaaaPaswawaawasaaaaaaa fcrT-T5WWWaT raVf1 yr.P . -WW 1 'aW'sa'