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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1922.
ARTHUR H MURPHY IS HOSPITA L AFTER OPERATION Bronx Political Leader and Real Estate Dealer Passes t Away in St. Vincent's. a i.tiinH it Ttiinlis niirii rmnn nf J rflll!Ul X J I w.... tfiho Dcmocrnllc organization of Bronx County, died at 6.50 o'clock to-day In Bt. Vlncsnt's Hospital, following an operation last week for call stone Mr. aiurpliv had n1wn steady im provement after Ills operation until enily to-day. when his ruivlltinn look ARTHUR MURPHY, DEMOCRATIC CHIEF OF BRONX, DEAD TWO JAILED FOR BUYING STOLEN LIGHT BULBS the win mp Ills intimate ftiends hastened to the wife, Mrs. Mary son. Arthur II. a. sudden tllin for family .mil n lew wre nulitli'd .mil ' bedside, wlirir his Mtirpli. anil his I r. . . Murphy ji., I'dniinlssioner ot l orree tfon James A. Hamilton and George M. y. Scluilz. Surrogate or Uronx Count;. , were when ho died. Funeral Ki t vices will be held Thursday morulas at the family residence, No. 033 Ciotoim I'nik North, tlie. lJinnx. Murlal will lio in the family plot. Saint Itaymond's Cemetery, the liionx. l'.eiiuiem mass will bo celebrated in St. Joseph's Church, HatliKato and Ticmont Ave nues, the llronx. Mr. Murphy was ono of tho best known and gcneially regarded as one of tho most sagacious politicians In New York City. 11c took over the leadership of Uronx County eight years ago, succeeding ICugene J. Mc Gulrc. Ho was the Hist County Chairman for the Bronx and has held PSWho reins ever since. Only onco did L'.l.rt nlnrtlnrnln ft f lll'.t nnlltllv owllll' away from the policies of llio Demo cratic Party, tlio fii.sion tlcl.ct being the winner on that occasion Mr. Murphy was a Munch foe of Prohibition, although lie iicmi used liquor, nor even beei. Ilo uImi was an abstainer from smoking. Aside from politics, he was widely, known as u real est.ite nun. Most ) of his operations wero in the l!ron. where at one time he owned two sa loons and had in addition several iur- rels of corner lots on which saloons 11 "woio conducted. liccall e of his knowledge jf rial estate, Mayor lhlan n his Hist -icc-tlon made him a CouuiiisMoiier . Taxes He rcain'ointid him lo this post upon his rcccrtt le-eluction. The cli .itli of tho liroux County lead er cutrc lo Democratic politicians as 1 1 P" Una Bill I'rora lloyn Lamp Tnken Out or Crntrnl 1'nrk. Two peddlers who bought for 25 cents apiece electric bulbs worth $1.25 which two boys had stolen from tho lamp posts In Central Paik were sentenced to thirty days In tho Work house on Blackwell's Island to-day by Justices llerbeit. Murphy and Moss In tho Court of Special Sessions. The 'boys, Philip Isaacs, twelve, No. SJ Kast 110th Street, and Isadore I'orman, fourteen. No. fill Kast 110th Street, sold tho stolen property to George Savopolls, forty-two. No. 1C6 Hast 110th Street, and Ancclo Stano polls, twenty-seven. No. 16S Kast 110th Street. STADLER DIRECTED TO PAY TRUSTEE $13,741. Itranlt of Prorrcdlntm AKlnt omrcra of .ccUrrfnr Co. Seaman Miller, referee In bankruptcy, handed down a decision Saturdny In the lunglcd affairs of tho Kllckcrbocker Neckwear Company, Inc., directing Mas Stadlcr. former Treasurer of the con cern, lo pay over to tho trustee In bankruptcy tl3.T41.23. The order was tho result of proceedings brought by Arthur L. Uors, tniMCe hi bankuptcy, directed against all of the officers of the concern. Treasurer Kludler and Mollis Kuolis, another stockholder, attempted to shllt the responsibility of the missing nrsets upon Max Krleger, former President of tlio bankrupt concern. The referee, however, exonerates Krleger from par ticipation in tho shortage. It was contended by Krleger thil merchandise consisting of necknenr amounting to over JI3.000 in value was removed by Slather from the premises of the concern. No. 292 Fifth Avenue. Soon after Krleger made this charge lit was 'Indicted on complaint of his ex-partner, Motrls Kuolis, charged wltn making false entries In the book. These charges, the referee In bankruptcy, tlnds, sre groundless, so far us the testimony of the case before him Is ennccrnt ri. llalph K. Jacobs, attorney for Krioger, says lie will send lliu findings of the referee to the District Attorney. iiiiiui' in. one t. sumvAY. All south-bound express trnlna on the Lexington Avenue subway between SCIh and 42nd Streets wore stopped, fo'tr minutes this morning, beginning at 8.13 o'clock, bcenuso of u falluro of ths signal system to work properly. TWO BROTHERS TOLD FORTUNE IS THEIRS HAVnilUILU Mass., Feb. (.Notice hat como to Patrick Canning and hi biother, Jnmn, that they aro benefici aries tinder tho will of their uncle. Major Kdward J. Curley, a Kentucky million aire, nho died two months ago In Prance. The brothers are requested to bo present Feb. 20 In tho Surrogate's Court In New York City. According to tho reported terms of the will, tho beneficiaries wilt rccelro J100 a day tho rest of their lives. BAUME. BENGUE, lAWAUitaiQut.) MAM DniMWU Kccpatufe Irani THUS. Lb&MIno t- ca NIWTO ARTHUR M MURPHY pnbltran and llemouatli tickets In strong Uronx Socialist districts. He also lent his suppoit In the passing of the new State Kent Uiws. Hesldes his widow, he Is survived by four daughters, the Misses Kliza beth. Mnry. CatliPriiie and Ursula, and three sons, Aillitir 11. jr.. John Henry and Charles. FELL FROM FIRE ESCAPE. Mrs. 1'sther Solomon, C5, -was In stantly killed when slio slipped front her tiro escape on the third floor at No. 93 Allen Street yesterday as she was hanging clothes. See Large Advt. on Another Page. y? .si.ii )'lillc a shock. .Hid a largo delegation from City II II. Tammany Hall ami sioter organi? it mm from all boroughs of the city weiu to-day sending their condo lences Mi Mmp'iv's tttcei'-.s its a puiiti- c'un w.is duo hugely to Ins ability : coil I lute iiv.il factum" within tlio p. itj He is a st i iing believer in tin provno that honey catches more 11 i than vinegar. An oxamplo nf i tr - poll, v w.is shown after his dr- fiui. twelve jears ago, lor ltorougli lent by Crus Miller, Fusiomst. llor's cleiticn was duo to a split within Demon atie ranks. I.ouIh K. Halten, former liorough President, had lcn removed limn ollico by j Gov. Hugliev for alleged malfeasance In ofllic. Tho oiffnnizatlon put up Murphy as Its candiduto uguinst Mil ler. H.iffcn, Willi strong support from dissatisfied Democrats, dicw enough votes to beat Murphy and elect Miller. Murnhv later Invited Haffen back nto the fold and olfered him a $7,000 year job as Consulting lOngineir In 10 ollico of Hionx isurotigli l resi dent. H.ittcn accepted and has since been a strong organization man. At tho timo of Ids candidal y for liorough President, Mr. Murphy sold out his saloon Interests and had kept out ever since. Ho explained that ho wanted u, record that would be unas sailable even from tho standpoint of Hio small "dry" minority thon In l.'.ionx County. Mi Minph. wlio served two terms n- IiUtjii.iu si.nn after lils entiy into politics, iis one ot tlie organizers if i so-called Itionx Home Utile tani pnen in J ft 1 J Tlie result of this movement wlm h w.is eiiirieil by sin -e- i hundred delegates to tlie State I pcislatllio was th,. loiniatiuii nf IiroUN County. lie : 1 1 .a oppose.l till i -islative plan to epe Socialist members soon after the Aimisluo and was nctivo in efforts to unite the lte- $ Last Days f I. MILLER I f Semi-Annual I SALE I eL Kvery Slipper in x St Every Store Re- ji iluceJ to Extra- j$ ordinary' Values. Whoever Heard O oc BAKING in a POT f tL- ill' Writf. kob tjik story of The Master Bake Pot BAKKS OVEW T11K OPttN FLAAVK SAVES 75 PER CENT IN CVS ( Cadmus ProductsCo Bayonne.N.J Relieves Rheumatism Mustcrole loosens up stiff joints and drives out pain. A clean, white oini mcnt, made with oil of mustard, tt usually brings relief as soon as you start to rub it on. It docs all the Rood work of the old fashioned mustard plaster, without the blister. Doctors and nurses often rec ommend its use. Get Mustcrole today at your drug store 35c and 65c in jars and tubes; hospital size, $3.00. BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER Sale of Wool Blankets & Comfortables At Extremely Low Prices 8.98 Wool Comfortables for 5.75 l-l'U, SIZE, FINE NAINSOOK AND SATEEN COVER INGS; BEAUTIFUL FLORAL DESIGNS WITH 9-INCH PLAIN BORDERS; 100 PURE WOOL FILLING; A QUALITY NOT TO BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE AT THIS EXTRAORDINARY PRICE. 12.98 Blankets for 8.25 FINE CALIFORNIA AND WESTERN WOOL BLANKETS; H AND FULL SIZES; WHITE WITH PINK AND BLUE BORDERS; QUALITIES OF WARMTH AND DUR ABILITY, t AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. 5th Avenue James McCreerj & Co. 34th Street Dress Fabrics For Spring All the fashionable weaves and colors in Woolen fabrics at exceedingly modest prices. Navy Blue or Black Poirct and Trico tine of very fine twill and suitable weight for Spring attire. 54 inches wide. yard, 2.55 Navy Blue or Black All Wool French Dress Serge of exceptionally firm quality, 54 inches wide, formerly 2.50, yard, 1.55 'Imported and Domestic Homespuns and Tweeds the most fashionable fab rics, for Frocks and Suits, in complete color assortments. yard, 2.25 to 6.00 (Second Floor) Wireless Phone will entertain you and bring .you the latest news and reports throughout the day. So small and simple is this machine any one can install and operate it. (Fifth Floor) Ribbons Have you ever taken note how a change of ribbons practically transforms dainty undcrthings? These arc particularly at tractive with a butterfly and spray de sign. Pink, Blue, White, Lilac. Piece 10 yds. No. 1, 39c; No. V2, 55c; No. 2, 75c; No. 3, 1.10; No. 5,1.35. Satin Taffeta Ribbon suitable for mil linery, girdles, sashes and hair bows. m inches wide, yd., 75c (.Vain Floor) Notions at Special Prices This sale is instituted especially for those who make dresses, whether they be professional, amateur or attempting it for the first time. You will find quite a saving is involved by purchasing at these re duced prices. Dress Forms, adjustable and telescopic, 14 sections. 12.95 Bust Forms and stand complete. 3.95 Reliable Dress Shields, sizes 2, 3, 4, nainsook. pair, 22c; doz., 2.50 McCreery's Special Dress Shields, flesh ; six.es 2, 3 and 4. pair, 22c; doz., 2.50 Naiad Bolero Dress Shields, pair, 90c 'Sewing Silk, 100 yd. spool each, 12c; doz., 1.35 Dress Linings, batiste 35c Dressmaker's Pins, 4 lb. box 42c Cube Pins, Jet and colors 20c Dress Fasteners, all sizes, black and white. gr., 35c Dress Belting, 10 yd. piece t.1.25 TaffeUt Seam Binding piece, 25c Sanitary Aprons 35c Sanitary Belts 25c Wood Shoe Trees, pair, 10c; doz., 1.00 Metal Shoe Trees pair, 20c (Main Floor) An A Special Purchase Makes Possible Important Sale of Sweaters 675 Each Model Made to Sell at Higher Prices Practically every fashionable type of Sweater developed in Fibre Silk, Krcpc Knit, Alpaca or Brushed Mohair is included. There are Slip-on models with V or round neck contours and with convertible collars that may be buttoned high about the neck; also Tuxedo coat effects in exceptionally attractive styles. Some are of solid shade, others arc two-tone effects or rich Heather Mix tures. Brilliant sport shades, and more sombre tones, including Black and White. Some arc quite heavy of weight, even those of Fibre; others are more loosely woven. As we secured these Sweaters, which represent the entire fresh Spring stock of a manufacturer who is discontinuing business, for much below the usual cost, wc have marked them several dollars below the price at which sweaters of their quality would ordinarily sell. (Fourth Floor) Finest Furs Nature Produces at Greatly Lowered Prices With the prospect of a long stretch of severe weather ahead and reliable predictions that fur prices will be very much higher next year than they have been for the past year, the purchase of Furs now, even at regular prices, constitutes a profitable investment, to say nothing of the advantage gained by purchasing at reduced prices. Hudson Seal Coats (dyed Muskrat), 40 inches long, skunk trimmed. 255.00 Alaska Seal Coatsnchly lined, 36 inch models. .385.00 Natural Muskrat Coats, self trimmed 110.00 Russian Pony Skin Coats in Black or Brown, with Skunk, Beaver or Raccoon collars and cuffs. 145.00 Fox Scarfs in Taupe, Baum Marten and Steel shades. 37.50 (Fourth Flour) Negligees Special Tuesday and Wednesday Only House Coats of Crepe dc Chine, fash ioned in cross-quilted effect. French Blue, Rose, Copenhagen, Tea Rose, Orchid, Turquoise, Pink and Coral. 12.75 Negligees of plaited Ciepe dc Chine, fashioned along exceedingly graceful sweeping lines. Pink, Turquoise, Coral, Orchid and French Blue. 15.75 Slip-on Negligees of handsome Bro cade, with long, flowing sleeves of match ing Georgette. Periwinkle Blue, Tea Rose, Orchid, Rose and Black. 15.75 Widc-walc Velvet Corduroy Robes and Breakfast Coats. Two of the most popular models of the season, which for merly sold for 9.98. 6.95 (Third Floor) Clearance Sale of Corsets and Brassieres Many Are Marked at Half Price All Have Been Drastically Reduced A truly remarkable offering, 'as the Corsets and Brassieres featured arc all highly fashionable models of makes held in highest esteem, many of which have been in stock but a short time. The Corsets There are models for every type of figure, from the lithe young girl to the mature matron mere slips of girdles as well as firm supporters. Madame Irene, Gossard, McCreery Quality, CB, American Lady, R & G, La Vida and Nemo These arc the makes that arc featured. There is a wide assortment from which to make your selection. All sizes arc well represented, but not, of course, in every style. They arc fashioned of various attractive materials Brochc, Brocade and Coutil. Now 1.95 to 7.50 formerly 4.50 to 17.50 The Brassieres B & J, De Bevoise, CB, Madame Irene and Gossard A particularly wide assortment including types for all figures, some just light bandeaux, others arc firm compressors. Many arc beautifully lace-trimmed. Now 1.00, 2.00, 3.00 and 4.00 formerly 2.00, 4,00, 5.00 and 6.00 (Third Floor) A Special Selling of Real Valenciennes Laces Through an exceptional circumstance, wc have been able to purchase splendid specimens of hand-made Valenciennes Laces for much below their true value. They arc here offered at prices so low as to assure the immediate sale of every yard. For dainty Undcr things and Children's Clothes there is nothing so lovely a real Valenciennes Laces. Real Valenciennes Lace Edgings and Insertions yi inch wide, 24c; I nclx wide, 54c; $i inch wide, 64c. Imitation Valenciennes Laces are also particularly low-priced. Insertions, 1 to 3 inches wide 18c, 28c, 38c Galloons, I to 3 inches wide 18c, 28c, 38c Edges, 1 to 4 inches wide 18c, 28c, 38c (.Vain Floor) ; hi a I 4-