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SEW ARCADE IS OPENED.
addition to Bloomingdaie's Prove* Convenient. *li# e.rra<> addition as the Bloomingdal*- store pi cashed, and was opened to the. public last Bfeav ofy. Famous arcades in Paris. Vienna and Venice %tl t ttufiied in making the designs. It is a build fug with a Isrty-faat frontage in L*xington-avA., tuning hack about a hundred feet, and connect ion at the easterly end with the main building. •The entire front is of glass, and a massive dc>m» •f glass caps the whole structure, flooding the en tire building «ith light. The building has three large Ijsjasa. and. in eludlnir the new addition to Use main building in j-jfty-r.-.r.th-st.. there . re more than six thousand sqaare feet of floor spaas added to each floor of the ■tore It forms a most convenient means of enter jng B!o"n::r.£dale s an the I^exington-ave. side. yew large elevators of the inoit improved type at THE NEW BLOOMUTODAXJO ARCADE. the w»rt!»ea«t er.<s of tie are&de fen to an floors <: Iks arcad", as •^•«I lea to all floora of the mala 1 ■SM'.r.g end the roof. Another new feature Is th* cut flower section, ■tdeft la r-jTi In connection with the conservatories m Übs roof, eocnethlnc unusual In the depart rr.rr.'. ptore Meld. This new floral department oe . :r'"t ■ 'arge section, with separate entrances ■.c Hjatl and traa the store. It Is finished fci white n^'irble. with .stradea. stairs, tables »!,c iMfHTHT. ar,6 Is frts.-o«r<3 In Ivory and verdl paan. making It one ft the most beautiful stores of its kind in t!:e world. T>.» hlstorj' of the Klcminpflale store Is imerest 1 f, R was founded something 1 over thirty-two var* «co in a small store at No. 93S Thlrd-ave. .-• ' -t time the prr«?nt site ana all th« district :-.■• 4 it »-ere, only o;'»'n fit Ms. The growth of ■ • ■ ' iphn-irhn-id. however. '•••■crnn at once-, and !n :>TT the. F»ore had to movf: in larger quarters at the aooftaßßt' Domar of rtTrftrth at. - :k!r? '.n ad 2 SbSob ttaret entfl no more aWM be had. bi life Rastker nova was fou;,(j x;ec«»ssary. and Urn present site, the northwest rasr of Fifty- HtoQMK. ar.d Third-aye.. was nimtfl Wtmm then until the present, time the growth of UN •-.•re. bSS taten the substantial form of ex- MBriwi enlargements c:.d in:rr"'vcments. one fol l^wrir.s clo?e up.,n the other, until now almost the ■ ■q-.I by w« \iiF:iin-av^., Fifty :••':. T!.:rd-av. . aaz £ixti<:h-si is occupied. !0« ei'-rr- > nu r- conveniently l^cr^ted for th« majontr of shopr^rF than }j;>»'jrr:ir.t;<iale"s. Every c«r I.Tie Bttbor rur.s d:re.M!> w by Transfer to its - pa, .'md «'! tbc ff-rri^s connect with car Daca vtden !n msmy ms^ rnn directly by v. To reach Ei"orr.:ngdal- 's it takes btfl eißht^en minutes vis t.v T'::rd A\c:iUf Elevated from Brooklyn E 1| a'li aho'.it Mm mi::".t'»s front the L«<>ngf biand fer:>s at Th:rty-fo jrth-st. The PlackweH's Island I'.'.'r'.L'r-. :i«.,-.» ;?! [Mm « ■■ of election, will b«re ItJ U .-.tT.-ni landir.^ bdWWJi F:ftv-n:nth • •vi BbctSeth sts.. ani «tre» i '. <• ir« will run over this hrldge ta si! parts -if the Kon«f Island north shore. ftad I :- n Urn i. r !esslbUity of this pr**at shop p:r.r h*.->ii.art<T« rjr.".T:p the -ate phrase Ai! csr^ tmnster to F-!r.;>ni;r.pdal' > 's." rAKKnr* ignorance vs. tht, facts. fcr* ■asjiaf « \fv-)ork Tribune. WEOTE BLACK HAND" LETTEES. Pleading* of Mother Lead Boy to Confess Being- Tool. Ea tfc« T-^rr.^s potlfl* court leaterAay Alvab R. Coolev, C f !Co. H East T> i ••••-• , who was ar. rested rr. Frirtr.y rjpht. confessed that ct Om r!d tteg al Bttnrf Dearan. Urn weom captain, ba Ml Hh tr.reati -r.ii.'S 'Black Har.d" letters pei.t Is Mr* Ter.s-a A. fch«!ri<ia:;. th» wealthy tugboat m-'. er^n: pvner. oC tttmtf Qtj Poetey declared thar t^ did r.ot mppoaa tbt letters were to be used Mr try '"I; purpose He was held as an ■eoCMWT* DenalTi ball was ralst-d to 8489. nr.d the charga erfc:r.?t t.im was i-ha:ip"d to attenpted blackmail. foottx"* for.ffstiur warn brought «hr>ut by Ms ■other. M:> Ci '■-■ irltM Cooler: bbi sister and btt •»e'-.r.etrt. Miss Dora Teivaaaky, of No. «2S Ooarc hr.':--sv*- . The &rr r.x. The three women had a tt'c antt) ' " ■■','%• :^*ore I"." was arralpr.ed. and •Iru ;■* vest or :'..<• ptand Ua mother «nd his •*»••• ar T v.#»-e cIOM !xh!nd him. adjjrinp him la t»:: :•-.. ■• ■ OFFERS GIFT FOR PATERSCN SCHOOL. rtonaan, N\ J Oet ~ J The Board of E£uoatl<-.n tM ••*.-: t^fivd tram Mr? A A. Bra'-* the Ot *er nf a tag i r nnut Tv.e.:!>-flrsT-Ft.. atfKtolfig Ichaej (Ea. ML t* bt nM tbt beard ana the psasaa#j ; lared in a tmd tqf furshcrir.g :he «el hn of :\.f. yourg: r'r> «f the city bjr providinc QMM »iih manijal ira:r!::r- The jiurr.os* of the Vv-r '.i i ■> n<atiC*tl a adMOl where irir!? rhnll b« • t'^j • efwlr.f. roofcUn; Rr-1 oiher hmifiTioVl a< - r orr.f !lshrr.»".T« Tf,« <.'f>rr.n-.;«BlonerF deferred tak !'•* it-S-M* i".>n ur.ui It has Veen tfuv.6 that fwcfli are avallaLlc to rr.alr.taln racb a school. Cures Grip and COLDS Wuat *•:;*' Will I*o "77" •HI break up a Cold. "T?' w;:i « lipck 'he Grip. ■'7 v. Q] atop ...fluenxa. ■"TT will relieve a Cougl, "TT" win cure Catar?h "~~ will htaJ tan Throat. "77" win preveiit Sickness. "7T' 1« a email vial of pleaaant peseta that fits **• *••* pocket— handy. ** I>nsj»i«ta. 26 ceou. ar taall*S. ' - •S*j*jW acedlclna Oa^ Cer. William an« J»»>«> "*pa» Me* Tera, HOW TO GET TO PAEK AT EOCKA^'AY Improved Transit Facilities To Be Intro duced Next Summer— More to Come. Ease of transportation i* one of the strongest arguments In favor of the proposer! seaside park at Ruckaway. In the judgment of the East Side civlo and philanthropic organisations. It will be pointed out at the hearing before the Board of Estimate and Apportionment on November 11 that the pro posed park oaa N» reached at present from Man hattan by way of Lone Island City and the ele \nt»d roads from the Brnoklvn Pniie*. Upon the completion of the uptown Pennsylvania tunnel and the Brooklyn tunnel and the new bridpes, this con nection will be vastly improved. Early r.e;.t spring the installation of electric trac tion on the L^ng Iflani Railroad from Long Island I ity 10 Rockaway Beach will be in working order and frequent trains will make the trip in from twenty to twenty-five minute?. The people of Fiat lands and Flatbuah have already asked for an ex tension of the Fiatbnah-ave. subway, which is now authorized as far as Pros;..'" I ark and is to con nect with the new Manhattan Bridge. A bridge across Jamaica Bar at th» terminus of the subway will be all that will be necessary to make Rock away most easy of access for the East Bide masses. raJUTJSR'S ignorance vs. THE FACTS. See Monday* New York Tribune. EMBRYO DOCTORS IN LIVELY MIX-UP. First and Second Year Bellevue Medics Hold Impromptu Rush — Class Victor. There, was an Impromptu rush between the first and second year men of the Bellevue Medical Col lege yesterday afternoon, resulting In several black eyes and bloody noses, much torn clothing and the discomfiture of a few patrolmen. About one hunired and fifty first year men were holding a meeting in the lecture room. Suddenly the windows were thrown open, and a quantity of borax was thrown In by a crowd of Jeering second year men. The borax made a stifling dust, and th« first year men made a wild rush to get from the room. It was only by a flying: wedffe and the weight of greater numbers that the doors were forced. The second year men were somewhat Inferior, owing to smaller numbers. They po<~h started In full flight up Second-aye. to Twenty -slxih-st., down Twenty-sixth-st. to Firat-ave.. to Twenty-fifth-st. and back to Twc-nty-F'.xth-st. again. The Tipper class men. after their Brat surprise, however, were neocaafoL SHOOTING IN VAN COKTLANDT PARK. Game Is Fairly Plentiful, but Golfers and Policemen Spoil the Sport. Batasta Marchese. of No. £2! Thompeon-at , and L.ui?i I*ir.\h>-ri\, of No. 122 SulHvan-st.. were ar raigned In the Morrisama roli<*<? conri -terday morning by two poUeemen from the Kiapsbrtdge et^tion, who said that the two Italians were ?hoot lrg at bird? In Van Cortlandt Park, near the upper c-i.d of the golf links, on Friday afternoon. There Is a awaxnpy j>nrt of the park there, where birds ar» % plertiful. and the two Italians vne having a Irtit- autumn ■port ther« with double barrelled phr'tguriß They were doitip very weil until the polfers on the course near by decided that their form of sport had the riphi of way. The prisoners toid Magistrate Crane that they did not know they were in a park, so he fined them $2 each, and warned them to ne careful where t) ; ey w^nt shooting next time. TO-DAT I* the regular meeting day of the ni:mr business houses that hare bargain* to offer in the "Uttle Ad*, of the People." HORSE TRIES TO RACE WITH TRAIN. Bolts Down Track ■vrith Buggy and Two Women — Carriage and Occupants Hit. Sornervllle. N. J.. Oct. 3.-Iwo women were tn ftmd at a grade crosping of the Rockaway Valley Railroad, iifar tTbita Hou^e. yestfrday afternoon. one of them being- made unconscious for several boom while the other u,i> ba.iiy cat and brulaed Mrs Newton Todd and Mr?. William Buck were driving In a buppy when t!.» vehicle was ■track by a train. The horse shied and ran down the tracks ahead of the train. The engine struck the J'Ugpy from tr.-" 1 rear and both women were thrown out. The bane wi sot ir'ured and con tinued running until he reached his stable. RECEIVER FOR B. Y. TIFFANY. Edward B. Qoaner was appointed receiver for Burr.et? retmc rtflaay by .;u-1k» Hilt, in the Dotted St it-s EHaUfui CSeort, yesterday, A petition In :r.vo!untarj- bankruptcy was filed against Tif fany on Friday. The petition fiat.-s that the household effects are valued at $10,000, and are at lii? ll'TOle. JERSEY WOMEN'S CLUBS' OFFICERS. Th» yew-J«.ity ( B •>•• Federal m of Woman's; Ciubs at Newark >e»:erday rfactnd Mrs. Andrew J. N'ewbury. at Jeraey City, president. Mrs. Henry P. Bey. of East oranse, first vire-presider.t; Mrs. John 8. Meeker, of Newark, second vice-president; Mrs. Robert H. Dodd. of M<intclalr, third \-lce president; Mrs. R. A. Tusting. of Asbury Park, fourth vice-president; Mrs. Wilham E. Taylor, of Newark, recording secretary; Mr.«. Miry B. Kins ley, of Hob'-lifii, corresjionding sW'llHn; 11 r«. <"fcarles J. Mlvers, of Elizabeth, treasurer; Mrs. Mar>' A. Burroil of auditor Dlrectora, Mif. liijr A WlttUasa, of Trenton; Mrs. Teter Striker, of Bound Brook, and Mrs. Joseph Thomp son, of Atlantic City. The question of the fstai» ::■>:.rreiit of a rtforn.atory for women in this State was brought up by Mr, Strwart Jlartshon:. and Urn federation ptodced it;,"lf to use its Influence to encore >ucb an Institution- THE L. AND N.'S RAIL ORDER. Th" Lottianrtlto xuid Naahviile's order of SOIOOO ton» of «t««"l raJta. at |2S a ton. Just given to the Tennessee Coal * Iron Company, la the most lm NEW-YORK DATTTi- TRIPFXE. ST'XPAT. OrTORER 30. -\MI. L_ ill n ) ■ \ \_j Japanese Silk Kimonos Sp Floss Embroidered $18.00. *• Gold Embroidered, $16.50. Silk lined with embroidered sash to match. JaLp^r\ese Hand Made Neckwear Linen Collars — Drawn Work. 25c. each — Emb'd, 50c. 75c, $1.00. $1.50. $2.00. Linen Collar and CufF Sets, Emb'd. $3.50 to $4.00 per set. J^p^nese Belts Embroidered by hand— large variety of colors: and <ies*irns The buckles are mid Orient*! pieces in gold and silver gilt. $5.00. $6.00. $7.50. $8.50 to $25.00. Jap Embossed Leather Collar Boxes Special at $!.5O; value $5.00. A new and interesting: book. "Beauty Donfs for Lovely Woman." Free upon request. NEW LOCATION. L. P. Hollander & Co. are prepared to execute promptly in their Custom Order Dept. (3rd floor) Orders for Gowns, Tailored Suits. Waists and Wraps. GOWnS, high and low neck, over silk 85.00 Millinery Dept. (2nd floor) We are showing the latest Paris models (just received), and a large collection of Hats of our own 1C AA design. Prices from ID.UU 220-222 Fifth Aye., 2ath Between &&\J m *4*£t mill AVCi, 26th and 27th Streets. City of New York. A. Jaeckel & Co. FURRIERS arid IMPORTERS RUSSIAN" SABLE COATS CHINCHILLA COATS MINK COATS SHORT JACKETS and LONG PALETOTS in Broadtail. Broadtail Persian and Sealskin, in the new Directoire and 1830 periods. FRENCH NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR. MANTEAUX for Evening and Carriage wear. 37 UNION SQUARE, West. Tfroze "G/yio/ei" Goods "ARNOLD'S" Knit Drawers (with f«*t> for children, save all anxiety in regard to your child becoming uncovered, and catching cold "bile sleeping. 2 roars 4 years 6 rears 8 years 10 years 6oc. 70c. 80c. 90c. $1.00 "ARNOLD'S" Knit Bed Slippers are a boon to those who Buffer from oold feet upon retiring, and only asc. for a sure remedy. Made in colors — Blue, Black. n^d. Pink and Grey. ARNOLD'S" Very Fine White Domet Night-Gowns for women, lace-trimmed, will charm every woman by their beauty and extreme comfort Price. $1.35. For Misses 2-4 rears <>-* years 10-12 years 75c. 85c. $1.00 Most roruplet* and unrivaled Baby Outfits at moderate prices. Call and lean) new and original methods for dressing th*» baby, not shotrn plseTrhere. THE "ARNOLD" BAZAAR 62 WEST 22d STREET, ne&r 6th Aye., NEW YORK rortant rail order yet placed for delivery In lflOß, ■ taken In Wall Street as an indication that no reduction in the pool pri^e of rails is to be mad*-. OWNERS OF KEYS WERE ALL AWAY. Young Woman Locked in Jamaica Postoffice Came Near Spending Night with Mice. "While erery man in Jamaica who possessed a key to the postofflce buiid:ng was attending a political meeting In some part of Queens Borough, tne telephones were kept hot by a frantic attempt t<. release a young w..inati stenog! apher who was locked In the buildinK. But for the arrival of a young la» student the young woman would have had to remain ■ prisoner for a much longer period. Mis» Florence L.. Cooklia works in the law office of Harry Miller, on the upper floor. s^e went with her little brother to the office after supper last night to work until late. Mr Miller left the building at * o'clock. and some time- later the Jan itor locked the heavy oufr door. When Miss ConkHn walked downstaiw to go home she found the door locked. She felt her way to the telephone, ran? up the central office and told of her predicament The central rasa; up. one after another, the homes of t).,- holders. All proved to be out. She was ta.lkir.K with f.tie subscriber's wife t-> overe the terror a mouse caused by trying to eat up toe offtYe door, wh< -n a kvj ciK-kert In the front d"or. • 'harlen }!avi'.ind. the law student, was Just returning from a meeting. THISTWOKTIIV HEXT ■■I few secured by eagagtng the advertiser* la The Xribuae's narrow r jlaanaaw >roAdw«y 18** 19* Sts. HARKNESS EEL? FOR SPEEDING. Arrested While Hastening to Empire City Track Gives Cash Bail. Ben' <->n arriving at the Empire City track in time to see the automobile races yesterday. Harry llarkn»;=s sent his machine up Broadway at <* lively speed. His big *">- horsepower machtn^ at tract the attention of Bicycle Policeman Thomas Kerrigan, nt Forty eighth-st and Broadway. Ker rigan overtook the big amomobli* at Fifty-second- Bt., where li» rut Mr. Harkness un<W arrest for exceeding the speed limit by travelling at a rat* of twenty-Arc mile? an hour. At th» We.«t Forty-seventh st. station HarkneM gaie cash ball for his ai>(*-aran ■* in court this morning. The racing man explained to the de«k servant that he was a little late in starting lor the track, that his machine was geared up to its highest rate of speed, but that he was doing hie beet to ke*p it within the speed limit, and that consciously lie was not exceeding the limit He sail every minute of delay was costly to him and hasrene.l from the station house aa soon as he could get away He made an effort to start Ila machine (1 t a Blow rate of speed, but It bounded away like a racehorse Mr HarkMM was suspended by the governors or the Automobile Club i>? America last week This action was due to •'.- record run Harkness mart* last Hummer from Boston to this city FOLLY OF AUTOMOBILE RACING. From Custard Magazine, for Not ember. If there 1h any real good to be accomplished by «'!ir,tn»>t ( |i». race* •' the kind exemplified by the re cent contest held in the United States under the auspices of the Automobile Club of America It re mains yet to be demonstrated. The only 'things that such races seem to have proved are that freak machines, un for commercial service, can M run on ordinary roads at speeds) which good sense ought 8. Altaian & (En. NINETEENTH STREET AND SIXTH AVENUE. NEW YORK. 58. AUniait & (£n. offer their selections of fash ionable garments, dress materials, novelties, etc.. in the newest styles for the approaching Winter season. Elegant Toilettes for reception, dinner or street wear, made to order after the most recent Paris models or f from special designs submitted. Long Coats, Paletots, Capes and other fashionable outergarments. including Lace Coats for evening wear, all of the latest styles. Tea Gowns. Negligees and ixobes. Dress Waists cf silk materials, crepe de chine and chiffon, made entirely by hand and hand-embroidered. Waists of Irish and guipure lace, and of repousse net Fine Furs. Fur Garments and garments of cloth, far-lined. Imported models, copies and modifications of diem are shown in the most desirable furs, such as Russian and Hudson Bay Sable. Ermine. Chinchilla. Eastern Mink and Broadtail. Motor Coats. Neckpiece*, Muffs and Fun for Children. On the Third Floor, recent importations are shown of LPHOLSTERY TEXTILES. LACE DRAPERIES. PORTIERES. ORIENTAL AND OTHER RUGS AND DECORATIVE OBJECTS OF ART. 1L Altaian $c (En. HAVE ARRANGED TO HOLD SPECIAL SALES DURING THIS WEEK. AS PER THE FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENTS: On WEDNESDAY. November 2d : .7 m Women's Dress Waisls especially prepared for this sale will be offered as follows : Silk Waists, lace trimmed. . 2.00 and 1 4.00 Lace Waists. 16.00 Beginning TUESDAY. November Is% Dress Silks. Twelve* Thousand yards of 24-inch All- Silk CREPE MOUSSEUNE. in an assortment of i shades, for afternoon and evening wear, including / white, ivory and cream at Beginning Tuesday. November Ist. 78c. yard. (Rear of Rotunda.) 21 Altmatt & (En are showing Extra Fine Lace Window Draperies and Bed Sets, also Lace Pieces for table, bureau and chiffonier covers. Also the following, which are offered at exceedingly attractive prices : Lace Window Draperies. $90.00. 125.00 to 190.00 Lace Bed Sets. . . 90.00. 125.00 to 190.00 Lace Table, Chiffonier and Bureau Covers. $27.00. $42.00 to $135.00 Very Fine Decorative Table Linens, AT MARKED REDUCTIONS FROM FORMER PRICES. comprising extremely fine lace trimmed Reception and Luncheon Cloths, Centrepieces and Doylies trimmed with Point de Vemse. Filet Italien and Point de Flandres laces, among which special mention is made of Fine Lace Luncheon Cloths. . $55.00 to 1 SO.OO Fine Lace Reception Cloths, . $125.00 and 150.00 riir,cteer.ift Street and Sixth Rwnac. new Sorfc. to discourage, and that there are some foolhardy f persons willing to operate them at the risk of their ! own as well as other p<»ople's lives. Of course, we are told that automobile racin< «ft"rii.-< the right kind of stimulus to good automobile building, that It show* what the weak points are in the ■■- < nines which break down, awl c:\ar tan Back breakdown? good laajaons ar-'-to be learned: but j when It is borne in mm.l that in a m>-p a* this ' Ist- st . ne there was not a single machine of com- ' merclal type. it would seem a waste of time to : speculate aa to th« value of the results A freak ■ racing automobile afford* very little basts fa* i profitable study. It matter* little, except In the In- • teresta of a»oi t alone, that such a machine can be run at seventy or eighty miles an hour. rnefeedL there is nothing very remarkable about It It means aa overpowered tnarH^,. * fair I v good road and a madcap driver, and. in m «- ra»««.\ »«rteu" •evident before the run is .-n.ted. OrUin*rv au*? mobU*i In regular service— bu.iiiw-jv. or plensur- ter v;c«*-<io more to dervtop good naaMle engineer* ing experience than any number ai such .ilitneM Last Mkth't contest is s.i<ri to have shown that th« really ml point;, in ail the in- >mmi la the racej wore the tires: but as nails, and broken bottles wera also said to have b«-r. p>nttfu!ty scattered .>ver the* r^ad at some plates by ill flb»a«s persona Viui r«atlng abnormal condition,, the "~Ta issaiTi would seem not to have bad a fair chajaW '^ 6