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1 J THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1922, Seek phone rates lAStD UPON PEAK i. (PRICES OF 1 920-21 igineer Wray Says Condi tions in These Years Caused "Abnormal Expense." (Objection wns voiced to-day by the y ngatnst what wns described ns attempt by tlie Now York Telo- Dno dompany to put through n. Uncraso on peak prices, althpuirh Ipeak'had been passed, and upon Icoat'or! Installing the new auto lUc switching devices. "When the krlngr on the city's application for taction In rates was resumed be Chairman Prendergast and Mr, akesleo of tho Public Scrvlco Com- slon to-day, J. O, Wray, consult- englhoer. continued IiIb analysis Bperatlng management and ex rises. abor jand maintenance, he said, 1ner 1920 was alout 9 per cent. bvo the pre-war efficiency costs, In 19)11 about 13 per cent. This nblncd "abnormal expense," as he lied It, 'for both traffic and plant irtments totalled 7, 269,716 for the two years over 191S, the year prior to tho war. Assistant Corporation Counsel Pert Ik declared that It was on these figures tho company sought to Increase Its rates, whereas tho period of peak prices wnB rapidly passing and rates should bo cumins down with the costs. Tho company already has had Increases over the pre-war rates. Mr. Kcrtlpr ascribed notno of the "abnor mal expense" to Improvement of the "bad Bervico" furnished In 1919 and 1920 and for maintenance deferred during the war. The prospective In troduction of automatic machine switching scrvlco In this city, lie added, had 'placed a heavy burden on tho company which was only tem porary, which should too distributed over many years, and wlilrli would Involve n saving In operating -penscs when completed. was arrested on a charge of atrocious nssiiult and held In 5,000 ball by Ho coider Carstcn. Diamond wan held In $3,000 ball as a witness, ttvnn nmt Diamond had Just up- utnred beforo Recorder Cntsten as complainants against rtnn mi of No. 180 Powell Htreei; jncoo ona bonowltz of No. 67 Hlegel Street and Michael KothowlU Of No. 173 McKlb- ben Street, Urooklyn. who iney v,-,i ..aaniiiircl them when llyan and Diamond tried to serve nrt Injunc- m prohibiting plrKoling ai iiyun factory. FURRIER SHOOTS AFTER STRIKE ROW Arrested When Bullet Strikes Man in Leg Injunction St.nv. Fight. rtcveiul shots were filed by Jo.ieph M. Ilyan, proprietor of a fur factory at No. 1113 Clinton Street, lloboken, to-day, when ho and David Diamond, of No. 519 Sillier Avenue, Brooklyn met a croup of striking workmen f'-om Ryan's factory at the corner of Newark and Washington Streets, about fifty feet from the Holmken Police Station. One of the shots HtriuK J,u-ob Mucho of No. 173 McKlhhen Street, Brooklyn, in the right thigh I:n KXI'KCT VKItniCT IX (llt.t.MAV Mt ltnr.lt CASK TO-SIGIIT. William J. Kvnns, twenty-three, on trial In the Brooklyn County Court for the murder of Paul Ulllman, n druggist. expected to hear tho verdict before night. Counsel for tho defence began summing up this morning and tho Jury $j2-so V Complete . -e Gift Headquarters t-AMM f HXTURIS What fine home could not use auch a charming Bridge Lamp? And note the pricel Beautiful mahogany finish ed atand, ahirred ailk ahade with deep fringe and akirt, and braid trimming. Un uaual choice of colqra and designa. Morn limn 1000 fu tures hum and light ed. All ut low prles. i:lh. ((unrtrr Centur t,VJHJndon, 'W 30:587 HRODWAY between Helton tf Prince Strertt Stem Brothers Wt 42nd St. (Between ph and 6th Avenues) West 43rd St. ORIENTAL RVGS-Specially Priced For the remainder of this week wc will offer a number of high-grade Rugs at considerably less than the regular prices. CHINESE RUGS 6.0x8.7 6.2x9.x 8.1x10.1 8.0x10.0 6.3x10.2 6.9x10.6 7.4x10.8 ' 7.9x11.1 $85.00 110.00 125.00 135.00 8.10x11.2 . 10.5x11.8 . 10.2x14.6 , 12.0x14.6 . PERSIAN RUGS $127.50 &&K0.7 . , 132-50 8.2x12.9 . . 135.00 9127 . . 162.50 104x14.5 . , - $15500 187.50 200.00 215.00 $167.50 175.00 227.00 295-00 100 Persian Rugs (Heavy Quality) fc97 7C Average size 2.7x3.7 SPECIAL I wJ o 0 PARK STROLLERS $13.75 Well-constructed Strollers which will render saris factory service. Artillery wheels with firm, rubber tires. Patent brake; tubular gear. Finished in ECRU, GRAY or BLUE. A wide variety of other Baby CARRIAGES and ACCESSORIES Fourth Floor. y Hand Scalloped, Hand Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Decorative LINENS at Exceptional Prices I I Tray Covers .Centerpieces MADEIRA LINENS . each, 35c, 50c Luncheon Sets (13 pes.).... 6.50, 7.50 each, 1.50, 1.95 Tea Napkins . . doz., 6.75, 7.95 Boudoir Cushion Covers, ch $1.50, 2.25 FRENCH HAND-MADE CLUNY LACE TRIMMED LINENS Ctnterpiects . . each, 1.95, 3.50 Dresser or Buffet Scarfs.... 4.25, 4.95 Tea Cloths. . . each, 4.25,6.00 Luncheon Cloths . each, 11.50, 20.00 Lacc-trimmcd Quest Towels, each 85c and 1.50 Luncheon Sets of Pure Irish Linen . daintily edged with lace; 13 pieces to set q495o. O.00 Pure Linen Mosaic Tea Napkins, hemstitched, . $6.75 and 8.75 dozen Irish Pure Linen Tea Napkins, hemstitched, . . $4.95 and 5.75 dozen MAIN FLOOR TABLES. wlllretlro this afternoon (llllninn wni killed liy 0110 of liio. nicii who Hit nllogeil lo linve iiitrri.l 1Ik storo for tlis purposo of roliet. .10 nvt.iirt., 01, n wniti.n vn m.nua, Aitiiivn kiumi ukhmaw. Forty rare Imllin bulimia, ino nlght- 'ngn-les, 3,000 collation, thirty- cven itrilns. block. of parrots and partem t. finches nnil ptuninged ducks, tiimlm inn monkey, tlic moat of Ihcm lo bo Rlvun over to wiener, arrived from Clcrmnny to-day on tho Mount Wrnoii of Jlio Unltod Amrrlr.m Llnfj. HHHMMaMaBaHajpi 3 STORES orr.N i:vi;.vi.v(i I OWEN CO. ni FURNITURE AND DAVEN-OS 34 E. 23d St. 66 West 45th St. DAVEN-OS 1 lll'KN It UPTOWN DAVEN-Oa 53 Flatbush Av. BROOKLYN Stop Wasting Space in Yotir Home! Get 100 Return from the Rent You Pay! Buy anOwen Dav-an-Bed Now At March "Thaw -Out" Sale Prices We've melted the prices down to about One-Half in a host of instances thruout the 3 Owen Stores on all Floor Sample Display pieces. Over 180 Owen Dav-an-Beds in dozens of de signs, and every cover, begin ning with $75 ones, now on sale at 36 11 This is our Great Clear-away "Thaw-Out" --Sale, held at a time when folks feel the spirit of Spring and have an impulse to improve their conditions. An Owen Dav-an-Bed will be a great help toward better health - perfect rest at night more pep for I he day's work. CLUB PLAN OF PAYMENTS MAKES IT EASY FACTORY SAMPLE SALE OF THE LATEST FURNITURE AT OUR 34 EAST 23rd ST. STORE ONLY Our interest in two large factories is a great ad vantage to the public. Now, we l ave received 15 Sample Dining Suites each in a different design Offered during this Sale at about ONE-HALF the standard price. THIS IS ONE OF THE SAMPLE SUITES $450. 10-Piece Dining Suite Splendidly constructed in graceful Queen Anne dctign. Con Ut of 60 inch Buffet, China Cabinet, Closed Server, 45 inch Table, 5 Side Chain and 1 Arm Chair. An aatoniihing value at CONVENIENT PAYMENTS ARRANGED $25750 . jt Violin Outfits Excellent Outfits Adapted for Beginners $20 $35 $50 Outfits for the Advanced Student A jennlne Dlcudonne Gnamerln model, with ouint conrirtliuf of Use, How, Instruction Dock, Music Stand, Rosin. Strlnss, etc $75 A Splendid Amedee Dlcudonne, Paris, Selected Violin, with beauti ful plush-llned ease, Tourto Model Bow, Instruction Book, Music Stand, Rosin, Strings, etc. At a Special Sale Price of $100 Genuine Old Violins $100 $20,000 Small Cash Payments. Dalanco Wccklj Payments Inspection and Comparison Invited The Rudolph WurliIzer Co. Pianos and Vlctrolns 120 West 42d Street llctwcen Uroadway and 6th Ave. Phone Hryant 8140. ' If unable to call, mall this coupon to-dny. Wurlltzcr 120 W. 12d 8t. 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