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Citizens Union Gives Its Views
of Services cf Individuals. BASIS. OFFICIAL FIGURES Other Information, Result of In? vestigation. Is Included in the Summaries. d of rvr-iv naaanbnr ai th* Basrd of AI !? ?th la ? report of the < 'iizrii-. I nluit, .- med > asterd ? ay* t he Information upon ?:it-nt.? regardlag th<* inh M?iiia: is tak"-! im lari | a the mmute* ol t1"? Bo ltd award? and "ii ? i m ?.ii> that 1 In certain pa i \ rbst, Mill.--, m ??ml B "If the IS | . . ... av,j_v |*ai ta In water ? dnutea We fe er, to relj ? II i of ,;1 obtained i ; ' eta - Intro ,, ? ., m -?.I hi* COBB* E?iimater. of A'dermanic Record*;. M ? '? ' l< rmen on va ? included in i . THOM) ?? I'lt ' lb meettm I H< 'MAS ? ??? ['1 ' ? I!.'- 11 g ,,,,i e tlve work. - M LI 8 R ?m< pi of vote?. - i I? faillir.' to ?en i cal board */R \.vis P, BENT (Del machli ? er oc Hit) an i il and ; vent!? '"' live 0l" ,i board. JOHN' .\ BOLL m dlaplay? . - ? In '.Is work .? ? of vote* :.-iilur>* iblic h liins mutt- r.-i V ? of thirty :o ? ? JOHN M N (Rep . Bd Disi Man.) N? w member, * itli fair tivi? in in? I I-,- Ml - EDWARD BRAD. iDem.. - I ,, . bul In ? WILLIAM D BRt'RH (Rep., I*h nd at* I ol :- , . m ; ?i \N (R? p., KM 1 ?*.-?' : ire o laslob. ? Dia . . work " '. : ? -. . i \ ? ? p?,-l nt ir putting municipal bul other ting aga Voting Record Criticised. Mr i W HI member Regular in i o -orri of DA.N1KL R ?? 'l.l ? IM Dial . regular m i:..aid "t tend? o all n of local board P*r< -. ? ot re ? ?ritaa DANIEL T. CORNELL (D*n h ? Si m mi mb< I tt< ntlv*. Fol? lowed machli ? ilnst pui'ii? - rest PRANK I CUNNINGHAM (Dem., Util l >i- Set membei R*| ? l rnslniy ni?*aa of varloui partn < ni > I munlcip ?' bathhouse Into operation; otherwise Is bad i HENRY H CL'RR \N ? Dlat. Man.)?In I ' la aervlce I ? . i r.;-,i of VOt? mem PERCY I. DAVIS (Rep., Ral DtSt, Man) %ctl ? air record "f ?. ? ot alwaya careful to rotOtA | ( on Importent 1?- I CHARLES DELANEY (Dem., Bth Dial Man i Se "nil i'-rm ir?.mh?r. Abvont from si; ton rneetlnga of his krai i.oam -i?rr,ri1 of votea bad WILLIAM i DESMOND (Dem., 17th Disi. Man i Ne* member Absent 'min a|j i?,. meetii rt ol hi* local board. His i''a\o'i little Inter? it In Dai) re-cord of \or?e. JOHN DIEVER (Rep., ?ffth Dlst. B*l 'i ! ough ? term, i ? ry inattentive Absent from nix of neve m meeting? <<t Ms local board. Po-r r I } RANK ' I". rZLBR 'R?r Itl DISI Man < Fall " I i o'o? T-. ? ? PRANK I. DOWLINQ ?Hem . Tth I -i ? fan I? M "i and capabh l rT? rtlvelv ?avor.-ri bv liomli ai ? organisation, Abreni from alx out * . ?WNING ?Hop. i.vi Dial mil oritv membef - A I ? on l ???? t a ara r ' Favored Municipal Bath. ? . . ! ' -in.i In ..?! Una mad? WIL1 i aM DR ,., n,ef from ' ? - Bov-.ri Ida local bo rd Made bad ? " ' little i ' record ??i ? , made ! -...? I ? In h WIL i " ' win ? I!,,. ' . , . ?" V>" Ihm ' N? ? . .,?,.. ? V ' ' In Ji ? 11 N It llll ...III W ? ? I nol rcontdrri on a number ?if importunt msttera .1?.i?Sor* majority In opp? needed appropriations for lnveatlgatlona. Otherwise Fair Record. HENRY F. ?GRIMM (Ren., Mth Dl ' ? B'kls n ' ! 'all? -l to t?.rd hlmai If on ??> aumber ?>f Importam mattere; otherwise fHir record JOHN I? ?.! NTH ER (Rep., 1 lot . ?3'klj 11 > !.?'? Igned on ' 'ebi ai y 1, 1910, and Stephen 1 tmg?****? JAMES HAMILTON (Re| . Broi a.)?New m. \?'i?'?--, a? iixe in ' . t fi "m gerei.t <i. thlrty iiv?- '.?. .il t ...:i " n,. etinga, JOSKPH M HANNON tDem.? '-th Wat. Mill; 1 N. XX m. 11,1 . ..... i?i?t ..1 ?.. \ en me? linf ol ni.? lo? ,il Hi xoti.i with machina .,_.? last public laten \\ II.MAM .1 HEPFERNAN O" m . 0th ' . I'.'k'xn ) Re*i-*ncd "ii -In'.?' Mi !?: i .;i i iix Jamea .1. Moi ? ABKAM W HERBST (Rep., Bronx 1 Nea member Explain' ab? - i\. ni? "i d that mattere to hi* ? nine, er of fairlx L-" ?I ? 1? oi'ii. .). nix 1 (Dem., ""tli Dlat., l: ? ?;>?. 1 lenl ? ?owed mau hina in v.,111?8 ?-M tist publl? Int "? t JOHN 1". n< iRRTZ (f >? in . 60th 1 ?I t . B'ktyn I- v xx m? mi?. 1 1 !??? 1 ently ai - ? from in?'? tinga ??r ?Boai ! ??' Aid? 1 - ?mid? Vot? d f< ie Ii '.: and agalnat 1 ad the itre atand? e ordi? nance. ;- -i oth i"?? i " made poor ?record ol rotea TRIST \.\1 B. .1' ?HNSON ill' p., 2Gth Man ??I? I on M Mth, 1911, I waa ed by Henry H. 1 WILLIAM !? KENNEAI.LT (Dem Diat, Ma Intn duo? ?! unfali h illding ? od? ni 1 onatrurtion Irt ? ? i. .'?.f tint- muni? Ipal ' Stlon. sue! ; L ? . t "ii ? ? FR W IS )' KENNET (D m B'klj ? .1 in aixth term; developed no ? In? ? ted foi 1 " hal ? ? . ation, ua ? Im? ? man s. ?LEV1NE (Dem., Btli Dial M lb I - \i. nt from all thre? f 1|?? local board. Voted with machine agalnat Hi?-- pu bit? IOHN LOOS 'i ?? " 'it;, I 4 0 I o record of rot* "Voted with Machine." Thomas j M'ALEER (Dem.. Mtb Diet., B'l ? request! fur salar) Ii \? ?th ma? ne ai ? public Intereat. ( >t1 nol a? tiv" in bla aecoi d term. JOHN M'CANN (Dem., ttth Dl t., Man ? Vbaent from alxteen out of eighteen pin tlnK? of tijs local board, Active In moting i*equeate for aatai ? terest tKERT (Rep.. 17th 1'isu. d of attendant** ?? srtaat matters Not very ai-tix o in eecond tel m. BAMUEL MAUX (Dem., ?3d Dist, Man? - His connection with the fireworks acan dal la the mm ? ? feature I 1 Absent fro ?.f thirty ni"ot;ni;s of hi! local I \'?.f. ?1 \xith mac! Ine a I pubn i m? t? irst. JOHN .1 MEAGHER (Dem B'klyi ? Nea > I ii ! it'nii'i opera? tion, but i bad nee. .' .MES J M ILEN I1- m-. ttth I ' B'klj n ' 'i hi only Importan! a? nt? (i al ? ? lion wa - :. of conducting tests o? torva ?,,: m, connect!? n wil h bull? tbla deeli GEORGE A MORRISON : l Dlat . H'klx n ? Ma? ?? fair r? cord of attei d ,-1 .j nd general a iix?iy ? . -ni term. JAMl B '" LHEARN (R< i . Mtb \.- W II.' ii.' ' ? tendance and active In h meaeurea and in congeetlon 1 work, bul n a nui ibei ol j 111 t ? rtant mattere. M rd of i ot< ' 'Ol RI LAN] T Nl "l.l. Ma al "v. n \x"i'k. Re? Hal given prom) ? "f ( itur? ? el lines-. JAMES 1 Nt OENT (Dem., 18th D Man.) ?.?? ? ? 1 from ? I pal bathl lion? I 1 t voted x\ itii m, hine ? 1 1 Intereat 01 01 ?? LE WIE ?TTER 'l: B'klj n 1 N..' ? ? e in tila term ; .. record. Illn? aa in.-.- eetlngi arly JOHN J. REARDON (D ? - mai ? ?? "Otherwise Colorless Record." John C. RUFF tth Dlat, M New m< \, ti JOSEPH BCHLOSa (Rep. Man 1 Recorded as abaent ?from eighl out of of bla local i 0 Hli record <>f totea, lti th? main, t' d nol vote for test t?? aid building 1 ?R SHERIDAN (D? m., SMh I" t . Bi owed m.< chli the public i 1 '.m |y regular In att? ??i?i 1 W \i <;i s'l'i'S 8HIPLET (Rep . 70th Dl t., Q .."- New member. Regular i'i at* tcndai ? e In ? ?on work. Vot< I t standee ordinance; JAMES .1 SMITH (D ? t . Man.) i'i.i. ? ord? 'i or voted ?gain I . lie In ? at on n ant i atte dan? ?? record >ERICK SNELL ID? ? Wat, N< .' 11 ?? ? I Kolli wed machina in ?nil mt(?i' ? EDWIN B?HMER (Dem., IWh Just, Man) Rei ; ? 1 ;. Janusi I, and waa auc? ??> di '1 by .lohn 1 '. Fluff. MICHAEL SI ,PLETON ?Dem 1 Dlat., Ma ' ? from ?Ii tl i' ?.f his local board. Made 1 1 ad recoi?i ??f TIMOTHY IV HI 1.1,IVAN tDem., M DI t. Man.) i'i'-il Infor, in- took lila oatb of offlce, and wai luecseded by John j. Ite. WILLIAM ' TOWEN (Dem.. Mb Man.1 Active); 0] rtoa*d inlcl pal bathhouae Into operation, and liiently vot? : lie Intereel u| dlsplsyed 1 ap? dene? 1 ippoi tint, ap] ropi la tli n for Inv? at Isa tli n ?it "a dite trail 0 a.-'??! s in h? a It h . ? ni? fl hie att? ndlni r?gulai Iy, Acquitted on Bribery Charge. MICHAEL J. VOl KM ANN (R. M,?; 1 Ne**, m? mbei Voted na f< r in .. Ktlgailon ?; ; '? ? .nt . ?? r.llt Of ' lo ,,, ?,,, ? \ quitted tlon xv lth ? ? .? ?ARD VON NOSTRAND R ? : ? Me* meml 1 d xvitt. m.. ? ? mportam is ?. - \? ? 1 hi in. ,ii boaid F. WAI.SH ?!? M11 ? 1 - ?.m a v out of ten meei h.hh ? r i ? ? i ? LOUIS WENI :'!.. .i'. (Dem , Mai n ? out of ? ? ? ' ? 1 hough a tlve 'ii -? .rl. 1 on ? int. ' at DIM , H'klx 1, 1 n |i IHN J. Willi 11 ' Interest on other tn nil >i..' n a numb? ? l/Oti LONG, VAIN FIGHT FOR LliF. Bprli i ? . Mratlng * t'M s bod . Dr, I.H M>. 1 . .; ,| -, 1. mi m?m ? ni sen 1 ? ' oi'.i? than 1 .1 . . anca l 1 ? j. ii.?. uvuiitrjr. < FIGHT IK FLIGHT Csatlaaatd **?*? Mr?i pan-. ile.'lilril lie \-/??iil?l fool the deputies nt m Boulea/ard .'H'*i fly to Gorvernor*? .!. t.? be i" readlnesiB for his start to the i'-'< ?' to-day. Accordingly, bs had hi? Queen monoplane wheeled out nd tun ?' ni?, telling tin? depot!? thari no Bight ?wi i Intended and putting a package ol letters In hla p to sa ' v- ntur . Whan h" wt the ground, ol course, th? deputies could ?ot follov htm. Ovinqton's Flirjbt Spoiled. i Mir result o their vigilance, host ? r, ? ' him from ti ring tant n m - " i- for* leaving th? ;,. rodi ? ' ? ' had lloa n 01 er m- fringe of tri es In 1 tion of Floral Park It -.4i.n1 ai oui ;i mile fi ? '" the in Id one of th? ( flinders ' bd 1 dangerously. Instead of turning bs k, th? ? ore, snd facing srrei t, h? n 1 audden (i. a ? nl " li '" sr th<- 1 sllroad tracks, coming do* n hard flatti n on?? of the i on 1 BherlfT? deputies si the serodroms could set? him di icend, snd a ?quad of them start soi ne, but long be ? ?? they arrived Ovtngton had Jumped Into the automobile oi a friend and dla appeared Into Garden City. Hiamechan 1 et led hla aeroplane bach to the ahed, and inter, under cover of dsrknesa, th. aviator appeared there, too, snd so perintended the substitution of the motor which he used during the tournament for th? on? which went ii^j'k on him. He expects to fly over Governor*? Isl? and this morning, snd In the earlj after? noon etsrt ni? the river with hi? asck of msil. a ?pedal irrying his wife, one or two of her friends nn<l his ? ?? g 1 i with -? n ' ?? tra motor I and duplicate parts, ?rill he wait* pick him up at 180th street and : him 1 ' Poughkoi pal?, ? 1 first landing ?:; to be msde. Justice Refuses Warrants. sheriff lie Mott'i -!. ? .' lea aj 1 1 '. Glttln of th? peace, In Hempstead after their attempt* ' to arrest Mis? Moisant and Ovlngton had ' been frustrated, and nsi\e<i for warrants t th ' 1 n 0 fliers. But the Ju ya i?! no la a had been broken and re? d t" issue the v arrai ti ? asldenl 1 of m by towna s h 1 1 ritnessed th? to srresl : Molssnt gave their carda to her and ) ' . ' er, sa) ing they would | |y aerve ss wlti nj ai tii 1 the dep? uties or t in? Bhei Jr. Moissnt is bringing s? tion for what h? 1 all? d ih" 1 hla . Ister, Mr. Wood) ufl atat? ment last of flighti .1 in tin? mi el would be made every ai I except Sunday, at Mas* iu Boulevard, w? The admission fee will be ! BO cents Hain checke and tl< ; eta Bold ' ?. ? 'i tober i. v- ill b ? honor? d at I thi 1 .t.- -. AVIATOR STARTS FROH RIVER! i Arises Five Times from Mississippi in Hydro-Aeroplane. c Hush Ro In a 'ilar flight on the tartlng : he ?ratei m* *>k ' ri -.o Illinois. Robinson ? r and ? 1:. Mu "?? who I* to fly I to New Orlea ann. t that I 1 11 not ? At I 1.? arney, ] who waa Injured recently, flea wltl him. -? RODGERS MAKES FAST FLIGHT Aviator Flew Twenty-six Miles in \ Twenty-four Minutes. ? 'bio 1 Oct. 1 C. P Rodgei 1 fl? a Hammond, Ind., twenty-six milea ??.-> -.f go, to Bi ?. 111, thirty Bv? n ? in Chi his d He left I lamn ond al ? ening \\ : ? Hammond He left the 1 rago p. m , mi the Si flicht toward Bi Louia ?i- l ? I 1 rack, hoWi v five n. ? to get hla direction ter circling about In une? : I Hin alighting and taking t" was without mishap, an?l he ?ailed ? nd caused him I rue? Rodgi 1 t Jollet snd U to coi tii a flight to-moi row. Jollet. Ill . OC( here in nn automobile, after having made a i. ? 'hn? in hla aeroplan. In a pa ? 1 lellwood Pai k. B? ? d In di* ii<tle*oa after lest ? ?o, he followed i e Wab ish Railroad I for a tin of tl a ' '; ago A -.Mon Ile fina'h ; ,i- Alton track I I ad) sail ? ought 1 un near here, bul he a 1 ? . her? of darkness I 1 : asid thai ht : ? at 7 "'. loi k in the morn* . mi he plana to ma ; I ?pending ti ?? night at the latt? r pi - SEARCHLIGHT SHOWS BALLOON Pittsfield Aeronauts Land at I-akcwooil N. .1., After Night Voyage. run-Mi in, Mesa, Oci th- wind und ? a m4**onllt sk\, two M ... 1 ?' lay B B? nton, oi Boa ton, .""I William Van Bk I ol thl ,n th? litt! 1 alloon ?;' aton, asile 1 do*n tlcui an? York, and landed .-i' Lshewoad, N .1 . shortly after I o'clock, having cover* I nib ? from Plttsfl? Id li While u\' 1 tie- 1 [udaon Rlvei th bal 'pli k? 'I up" bj 1 he aeai chligh. ami r, and for t sri st 1 mlnuti ; light v ? !??? ad on the em to r? ad their In : Il t J -ii* CATCHES ALLEGED CAR THIEF DetactiffJ CHvei Up Family Oiitinp, to Joi'i Chase. 1 leel ? l?ihi ?' ' ...hi. Hi.. Went I- .Hill two h? n al lltfi at) ? 1 he 1 ? I.- 1 BU . 1 ? put K 1 .,n 1 1 a n-' n, nd neai Ninth avenu? auc. ., ,1. d in cat? rali 1 on? of tin m Th? oth? r ?I a* ' ' >. ol Elisa* liethpoi I '? 1 '? I i mer * oaa of three I id pl< 1 d hi - p? k.-i < gf Una-, |]:, \t fat 47th : ? .i,. -.. . - 1 ? -, 1 sti eU SPIRITUALIST ONLY FAINTED Woman Calls Police to Save Tyn dall from "Assailants." An excited woman ran serosa the ?linn Carnegie Lyosus* ta-t ?ii?si't to to?. Hotel OranoMs, -it Seventh srsnna and t itreet, and telephoned to Reo Hospital for ?in ambulance Bba mid thai Or Alexsn I? i i Mel ror-T* ndall, s ho waa ectura on "Spirit cenwnuiHcatl m in the Lyceum, ?bad lulted by n man In the audience ami lm.1 ?been atruclt ? B0 ??. - getting through with lha hospital <>n.m i .iii? i i i? police Headquartei ? 1 asked that ?strolsssn be aenl around to the ball, In order to rescue (he doctor in- assailant. Taktm: up lh? roeelTer Hi- woman proceeded lo call up half ;? dossn newapapei sffl - thai a a? i,t around to th? ?' ene Then repl ont of ?the sAk ?\ h?n a iio.-k of reportera galbei ?i av? bus .'?tul Rth atreet th i found i. a i '? Iced np ??;'"! lb? ?<???'? ???.i The ck rk at tiio Grenobl? h? thought I- i?c..L,'ni'.'.."i tii?? woman "it" had telephoned sa lbs secretan of th<? on a \isit '.? thla ooun try lasl year. \ .... .i picked up ?n ti." ati "t gave the aa of Hi" ?psychic expert sa No. i?io I ?? Nth atreet, There Mn Mclvor-Trn ? anj thai lier husbat i i ad aal bean atruek i>y say man. but bsd been aeised ?Aitii ? talntlBg attack and bed fallen the lectura platform Ha iras taken home in a taxi-ai. and bla w? '? been dressed, Mr.?. Helvor-Tymlall ?he ?did not know who the woman iras x\ no bad dons tin? tslephonlni SHOOTING AFTER WEDDING Bridegroom Killed, Wife Wound ed, by Girl's Step-Grandfather. Wool Hasan, Oct. * - Bscausa ha dl? appro to the marriage of his step-grand? dsughter, Mary Delfino, to .m emploi a of I ;- Domenlco Delfino, owner "f lha Con* n nreworka Company, ahoi and Hed Lodovtoo Delblaaio and probably Miss Bel dno an?) Del Isaio were married in Brook? i\n "ii ?September -'? end returned ??. the Delfino home, where all was eemlngly hsr inluua. I entire family wsa present when Del? luddcnly ptiiici a revolver snd ?began nhootlng. Delfino sftet the shooting re? ed al bom? until takei r?to atody by ; lie police. He la *4at3 :!?..? J eai ? old. (MAY WORK FOR DR. GOM? ?Catholics Will Do So if Amen ment Bars De La Barra. Mealeo City, Ost R.-Should ?'onsre?* ' ? x? (?ok haaten tii-< anastmeat of the. pro . i.up,i , n-istituiioiiai amendment, which e ? the re-election of a Prssldent, a thua ?bar from th?*. V|cie-Prssldsnc* I -*r? -nt provisional President, i-'ranciaco ? ?i??'tois ?.r thsvCathoUe pm -.?.ui atari working aesl Unday for i i'r i -i.?? o Va lusa i lomee. ir the amendment la net promulgated I fera that Urne thsy aill eesl their belk fur JT*? l.i Barra, making almost esrta ? nose or three candtdatea for the vi< ?Preaidency a hi receive a majority of t yot? ?. In " Presaasnl s be ? hosen by lha i hamber of Deputl? 1 Tiii? waa the opinion i aprei : ?d .>t . i> m? ? tin? ?.f deisgak i i" f,'? Er "t" ? i . xxhieb coBVened hers t"-'! To-day, one wo,k after the general >'? m, . Progi ? ?boss ?i' i- ? ? guarea claim 8 per cant ' the t T i ' itholl '!? ' v thl Insisting that their ti'-k-M. Madero Da I ? nana, received mors than 111 r? t of the Pn !'*>*ressivea ox of that known aa thi Maden (Jomes ticket. The Catholl a expect, i prsveat ai iy one from gi ttlng th i.rj msjorlty, ? m "BRIDGE OF DEATH" BLOWN UP Msxlco City, Oci l?Word haa reache? , this ?ity that S bead of Zapatista*, to-la. blew up with dynamite th?' "Bridge ?? i Death," near Axochlapam, Pueblo, on th? 1 int? i -' ice toi? Relire ; ? TWO VESSELS STILL AGROUNI Revenue Cutter Vainly Tries to Pull Thorn Off at High Tide. Olei ' '"?(?. Leng 's!'''''1 i krt I '?; ? I "n -masted achoonera Cbral lx?if and , which wsnt sahore ?' tlnicock Toint in Hi?- aevera srlnd ;? i ? ??i -tiii'in early Saturday morning, ? ha nand, and there I? very little prospect or getting them off for . d ? or t ?x?.. Both vessela ;,'r ao hsrd aground that at full ho? they do nol budge an Inch The captalna ar;?l crexv-i of both r?stela aro atill aboard, and wfll remain thorn are ordered to rrri"rt s( Ksw York. T'. ?!;??. the revenue cuttei Mohawk vein* Iy ? i ?"?1 t.ill the O Into deep t v at? r al i lah tide. J u foil erales LOT No. 21 The Abraham LincolnChair In Which the Great emancipator Sat in His Springfield Home More Than Fifty Vears Ago The authi ntic original chair now on <.rhihi lion here on the seventh gallery, kindly loaned to us fur our Jubilee by Osbome If. Oldroyd, tclio has the famous collection of Lincoln relics in ?he lionn in which lie martyred President /lud in Washington, and The Lincoln Chair in Replica To Commemorate the (?olden .hibilcc of the John Wanamakcr Business The original chair is a true type of the American Colonial, rush-seateci in the old-fashioned way. ebony finished, with gold decorations. We have icnro duced this faithfully for those who wish the exact copy. In addition we have made the same chair in solid mahogany th rush seat, a chair as soint rind as stanch as the rails which Lincoln so often split. Wc have also repioduced the r wit'1 arms, and as a roc; making a compiete set. i ? $12.00 $13.25 $15.75 yi'i.50 Abraham Lincoln side chair?. $10 00 Abraham Lincoln side roc'<ers.$10.50 Abraham Lincoln arm chair?. S12.7.S Abraham Lincoln arm MM crers.$13.00 To permit of a wide distribution the manufacturer has kindly co-operated with us in offering the Jubilee lot of these chairs at actual cost for making. Seventh Gallery, New Building. LOT No. 22 Dress Trimmings At Half Embroidered Bands, 35c to $3.35 Yard, instead of 70c to $6.50 Silk and metal in beautiful color-combinations embroidered on net. Also gold and silver. 9 to 12 inches wide. The very new things that women arc seeking. Garnitures, $2 to $6, instead of $1 to $12 Black soutache braid on net or chiffon foundations. Newest, attractive patterns. Partly-made Chiffon Over-Blouses, $8 Kach, instead of $15 to $24 In a variety of delicate shades embroidered in silk and beads. First floor, Old Building. LOT No. 23 Swiss Embroidery Flouncings and Muslins 45-inch Swiss Embroidery Flouncing!, 75c Yard, regularly $1.50 to $.*. 27-ineh Flouocingt, ?50c Yard, regularly $1 to $2 Scalloped or heimstih hed edges in broderie anglaise, Venise, Irish and ?ilet patterns. Kmbroideries on fine Swiss lawn. Many of them are advance styles for Spring, 1912. 30c Yard for .50c to $1 qualifiai of Imported Dotted and Figured Swiss ?First floor, Old Building. John Wanamaker Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Brodd vay, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Streets. EMS IN IM Underground Railways Now In? stalling American Device. Tho anrionn<''?m*mt ' ' ' ?tetera "1 Americsn manttiietw? Hr? b""1*?' .??fened ai -mea in two atstloM of Umdon'a un-'--. ground rallwaya la ? ?triklng ladlcation of bow English managen of auch com? aro recognlaiog and adopting the ' American con enlencso f"r f!:" bendllng of m^er traiBc The London Board of Trade has pass? d aln latora at the Daris'a Court atatlon of the liondon Electric Railway snd foui i Liverpool n of the ( '.ral !.'>n <'on Railway. Instsllstlon "f ail thai ? hin?1- aill I??* mads by the Otia i:. ? 'ompany. Wot k on the Uven Improverasats aill be comme! ? I on Jaau? ary i. Tha two itatlona where ? be 'iso.i pro at the most Imi ortsnt ; tiio underground ayatem, Entrance to the tuba at Liverpool at la near the al Moris of th? ' || | n?! of tiio \?,rth London Broad ? ? ? anii near tin haul Stock Bsehange, The Barle'a Coui ti'iti la uaed by all the paqaengera for the i n i? - ' ?.'n t exhibition grouada, h ?if th?? plcradllly tube CoavsysBce sf ??? from plst level to atreet le? ' bj means of lifts at a poluta wii??ro tii?> volt ma of - ? * ti? ? is i eavle | haa b* en fo ind Inadi ?,"? it?. both fi ? m the etandpoint of th com? fort snd acortomy of operation, After a ? -s r?-fui ?jtu Iy ?if devi? ? - for i n aengera ft"!ii on" loxci to another, ?? lag or descending, Basil Mott, !??r for the London alectrto? rallwaya leeted the esealato? and tho bid aubmltted i a ti'ii company. I.on'lon? tuh? ;?r undergr ffli-in the subway? in Nr-w fork City, tf). ; 111?* OI?S-M*UI ?>f K^llin?,' !???i;r.r fr,}'m 4j^ ? platfom k rs. to th* atn . ,u ... fSreni E ?ton off?? treat ??.vantai?, ? h wart 'i b? rattfa 1 '?? ^atn at on, itfot-OM >f |.i?<-t*na;?ra all?*? ; bag frets ??? Um ??rvi-*, .if ,>?, ,'..nt an'l th? '?onfu-iio? ! of f , of j.?-i'.:- m owl ?,f thi* lift? Tin- < Mal .-ni-1 .? igt of " i rrrsaiiSM |n i of Mr Mott, Il that 'h?r? i, :. i closing ?-if CkWCB, with *h# v r of ?1? lay. jff-, par?,. i- to -i' ' 'irnnnt'li'? a nr??*t numh?. ?? lan ""? ' TO, to . M ? r i! Ht'i-n-lnnf, ?' eaj th? un operatori punch and < '?il*-.-1 tir-k**-t?. t?, eaoalatora are coasted spoa to a*,,,, ,(.. vagi i -i ? numbsf of ? sal to pro. 'Ili- ,i l.-iiili?; rr'ili'i'l of t -, t- ? n k ,!p t!i"lt<?*? '? Tars ? ? toil ?,r bottosi ?>f th? moi? Ins ?ten? will Ix- aMs to d* th* work ?f -. , mas Tin- o ? las imir <!? ?? v. .: ? ?? ? f *? etasat, \i th? K.tI?- I I ' ' Mi-in, BTSSSI t?o M th* vartksl di?. frets I ha platform to th?? ur??? %a*a\ i Inebca 41 -^ I.I-. ??; m toot ma'-hln-'s will lift s tanas al msM for1v Of th!a O'!? typo Ir, built i" cam '-r-' poraoaa m * .'?p. Th? al at a ma> ? Marit rill?- ? M *?*'. ? ? -r-4>>na laut*, or It.SM hi hour. In tbta Olty tri'i* SIS M< ??ral nvn'.Hon Of tl ' 'Sals Kalt road Install sa iTptslnwt H n .. ,! platform mak* ii- ? ' ' ' ? -'?'pi. Tr.o v.nt lltli ? -., ? ere i unvtn?*ad aft^r l**aaai over all th? that th* < ODVl t. n - an.l ItlOS <"ould beat b? had ail of ?asrariraa ture. Latest Arrivals from London. New Styles in Lincoln Bennett Tweed Hats for Men. Tweed Hats that will not becomi "coramon" even in this tweed-hat year, imported by ns exclusively, in ?father limited quantities. Possess pronounced points of dis* tinctiveness. Impossible of imitation. Overshot plaids. Striking combinations of black und white, brown and white green and red, with cheerful fntuill_a /.I' ,.li?,> 1 .1 x , ?i, ]-. r ,im?'h- .?n.I til?n? Overshot plaids. Striking combinatioi white, brown and white, green and red, touches of olive, lavender, gray and blue. All gold-serge lined and inter-stitched .,_ . -, . - ?a,? ;??.-_._ THE SHANKL1N A large hat for large men. Picture shows it in Alpine torm, but it may be worn uncreased. $5.50 t.lw. THE SUNSTAR Round crown, with pronounced curl to brim. Englishmen wear this hat rather far back on head. $3. 50 THE ALBANY At last a telescope hat of tweed that well-dressed men ?.an wear. Woven brim, usually worn turned down in front. $3?50 ?THE ESHER A hat ot distinct characteristics. Blocked on the lines of a Panama, even to the ridge across the center of crown. $3.50 Main floor, New Building. John Wanamaker Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Streets.