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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1913.
EXTRA SITTINGS, SULZER'S CLUB He Will Keep Culling Ses sions Till He (Jims Primary Law. SEES IMS WAR ROAHD Tammany Intends to Ignore Him and Adjourn by April 1I). 1. Altman $c Ota S. Altaian & CLtct. HAVE ARRANGED THE FOLLOWDNQ INTERESTING SALES: 1IKARST I'OIf THK SKXATK! (iiivcnior Hhs .Many FMans. In chiilinir tlio Fillinir f Mr. Roofs Slines. Alhan't, April II (Jov Sulzor nporit ntnrly nil of tin dnv. until ho loft for Now Vork thw afternoon, iiinnultiriK with tho mi'inlxr of his wnr loiiril in the Kxpcutivi' Chamber on I he ilctnlU of tho Statowiclo direct primary livw, with which Oov SulwrV new ilitical frionrtu hopo to put Charlm V Murphy out of businrss n Democratic Statu leader. An xtru mission of tho Legislature it to bo convened by Oov. Sulzer every month until this low is punsed us. ho wnntx It. Got, Sulzer lias made it plain to his friends in the past week that he tin em larked upon n Mulsh fight to demon strate to the ieopl of the Statu that he ta, in fact an well as in name, the Demo cratic State lender while he is Governor. And he hopi-n to be Ooverrur until the timo comes around for the nomination of a President in 1910, because he feels that if the State convention is abolished ha can easily secure a renornination by tho direct vote of the enrolled Demo crats at the primaries nett year. The l,rogresr.ivs have a few votes in the Legislature and they are in favor of the Governor's bill, which is being drafted to provide for the direct nomina tion at the primaries hereafter of nil elective State oftlcers. Oov Suber etecs that those Keptililk-ans who desire to reorganize the (iepiiblirun State machine and dethrone William Harnen, Ir , as chairman of the- I! epublican Statu committee also will help to put his direct primary law through the Legislature. IH Then the Governor will attempt, though appeals to the people, to get every up state Democratic Senator and At-sombly-man, and perhaps a few frr m New York and Brooklyn, to join the half dozen Pro gressives and the independent Republic-ins in the Legislature in the hope of se curing twenty 1 of the llfty-onn Sena tor and seventy-su of the l.'u Assembly men which will be needed to secure tho pashign of the law Already Gov Suler is having drafted the necei-iry legislation for passage tit lliis sission to carry into eflect tho new amendment of the l-'ederal Constitution providing for the direct election of United States S"n.ilors by the people Hy the tlino a successor to Lhhu Hoot is to be elected at the November el'tion next fall Gov Sulzer hope-, he will liavo fully lie monstrated to William It Hearst that he is the te.il Democtatic State leader, and not tinder the domination of Charles I' Mur phy, and also that Mr Hearst will consent to 1) the I lemocTiitir 'indiilate lor I'nitiil States Senator to siicci cl .Mr Itoot Gov suler and his tnemis rm to l under the impression thai the Legislature is to be in wssioti until the middle of May The present plan ut the Democratic leaders is to. idjourii the l.egislatuie before May I. and they even hope to adjourn bv Saturday. April without aving any atteiuion to Gov Suler s reform legislation should this- course lie tol lowed Go Suler will ca.ll the legislators back 111 er,i M.-xioii llli I lie believes that before the summer is over Tammany will be forced ti succumb in View of the Mayoralty fight next fall Gov s;?,.r so ,.x.f.ts to have the hederal dministration back of his pro posed direct primary law, and if necessary to make every I leiiiorr.it io htate official who owes his job to lauimany influence turn his allegiance to the suler admin istration or get out Hefore le iving for Vow ork this after noon Gov s(r and the members of his war lifiard agreed that tho direct primary bill which is lieing drafted should embrace the following essentials I l.leei in it districts tn he made the unit of I epr'si.it a t un .'i Ml ili'soMiat mi,- for public ofllreand li my posit mns lo lie liv peiliion I, Sop.irf etnliletn or i in le on primary tlH lilts 1,1 i I'liihitiiMon of iIim use of pnriy funds ai priin,ir Hei-lnili- n Si He coiniiiitioe menibi-rhlp of J.'iii. or one I rotn each Assembly district B liediiitiiin of Ihe number of name reunited on a nominating certificate. 7 Proper limitation and publicity of the unioum that may he expended by any undulate tor tin- purpose of scouring h ii'i mi tin inn rune for dims Independent nomina lifihs lo he li'llsM llctied o pptovnl of olllci. ernup for candl dates on primary ballot, position to be (le. I crn.iiii-'l bv Inl leueh i nndlilnte numbered III each KIOIIP' in Duly Mine and innnty mmtnltiees in lie chosen ilirectly by the voters it I'ruiwiiy districts to be made identical ah elect Inn districts IV Parlv plulfoim to be framed hy puny council composed of members ofthe Mnm cnminitiee, patty cnndltlatra for .lute olllccs and party candidates for the Senate and the Assembly In off yearn siriiiinrs ami Slate elceiHe oftlcers who ine loi'inbers of the party ii t riinuiiitee on flllinit vacancies on piitiiiuv ticket to be niinied In the denlRnnt 1111: pi'tilum 14 ( li.urmen of county committer, may lie rleeted Iroin oiitlde the commutes Ilii'lubership CONVICTS HURT AS JAIL BURNS. Jlnt None ttcinpt to nuciipp When I'lmiies lle-trn.v HiillilInK. faNsisi.. Kan pril II- Fire destroyed to dm il.e mine tiliint. tailor shop, tinker slinp biii. h-niiHi shop and Kvniinisliim of the hiiiis.-i suite prison anil injured several i out bis and uiinrd In addition to Ihe bwildl'.es iiMH blnery valuer! nt i;n,ono was d sinned iiitreilior with 3,.Mio.rifiO pounds 0 binditig mine, with a Inial In" of ISM,. Voi.e uf tiin convicts attcinplrd to 1 ii ape run ins the fire do mi iuniiM and Kiiiirds were In tilled ,1 M llronk, a Biiard m ihe lallor .Imp. Hint fifty con vicis were trapped They M-iipnl h Jumping from a third story win dow I tank Hllev, :'3 years old. sentenced to tlficrn years Irom Wichita lor buridary, was the mnt.1 seiiieuly injured, Hevetal score ol insane prisonnra lncr eerated near the twine plant became, terror Stricken when the fire broke out To-morrow (Monday), April 114th Women's Trimmed Leghorini Halts in am attractive variety, which tnciudes a number of youthful styles, will be offered! In the Department on the Third Floor at the exceptional P"ce of . . $17.00 Also to-morrow (Monday), April 84th Women's Mousqiuetaire Gloves offering unusually good values at the following prices: Kidskin Gloves, 16-button length, in black or white per pair English Washable Gloves, Doeskin finish, 16-feutton length, In white, per pair $2.25 Also to-morrow (Monday), A Salle of Cretonne Articles April 64th useful and ornamental, suitable for the equipment of the Summer cottage, will be held in the Fancy Needlework Department at very interesting quotations. Desk Sets, in 6 pieces at $2.75 Telephone Registers . at 2.25 Waste Baskets . . . at 1.90 Hosiery Boxes . . . at 1.75 Comb and Brush Trays at 1.45 Book Ends, per pair Pin Boxes, cedar-lined at L25 Veil Boxes at .85 Glove and Handkerchief Boxes .55 Hat Stands .... at .45 TO FACILITATE SHOPPING, SPECIAL SALESPEOPLE WILL, IF DESIRED, BE DETAILED TO ACCOMPANY PATRONS TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. On TUESDAY, April 115th Misses' and Young Women's Spring and Summer Dresses for Afternoon and Evening wear, presenting a selection of the newest styles and materials, in whit? and the favored color effects, at unusually low prices, as follows: Imported Hand-embroidered Lingerie Dresses . . . at $ IS. SO Crepe do Chine and Fancy Washable Dresses . . . at 20.00 Evening Dresses off Lace and Afternoon Dresses off Dolly Varden Silk 24.00 A limited number off Misses' High-cost Gowns and Tailor-made Suits at reduced prices. Abo on TUESDAY, April S5th GSrls' Washable Dresses (sines 6 to 54 years'), featuring the desirable Spring and Summer fabrics, will be placed on sale at special prices. Lingerie and Colored Dresses, hand-embroidered . . . at $2.50 Chambray and Batiste Dresses, hand-embroidered . . at 3.75 Linen, Eporcge and Cordeiine Dresses at 5.50 Sponge and French Linen Dresses at 7.50 Also on TUESDAY. April E5th Women's Knit Underwear in a specially prepared offering consisting of the following: Imported Fancy Swiss Ribbed Combination Suits Ribbed Cotton Combination Suits . . Imported Fancy Swiss Ribbed Vests . Also Albclrcss Skirts, with embroidered ruffle at $1.3S S0: 45c I. SO at at at V. Altaian Ea. Women's Imported Coats now in stock include a variety of new models j.ustt received from abroad, accurately representing t"re fabrics and style features ffsvored by the fashion leaders of Europe. Among the elegant garments displayed are Evening and Afternoon Wraps of Brocaded Silks, Satins and Crepes, Plain and Brocaded Charmeuse, Beaded and Embroidered Chiffons, Plain and Moire Poplln3, Faille, etc., the prices of which range from $110.00,125.00, I 65.00 to 450.00 Smart English Coats for walking, touring and motoring are shown in three-quarter and full lengths in Tweeds, Cheviots and English Mix tures at $38.00 and 42.00. American-made Coats are in all lengths and in all the desirable ma terials for general or sport wear; also a variety of Coats in black-and-white and all-white cloths. Traveling Coats in popular styles are in the regular stock at $12.50, $15.00 and $22.50. Altmatt $c Ola RfldSng Habits for Women, Misses and Children Riding riabits of superior materials ar;d workmanship will be made to order, at reasonab!e prices, after correct models designed especiaSly for B. Altman & Co. Fasso and Esnah Corsets both of which are exclusive to B. Altman & Co., are now ready In the latest Improved models, follow ing the lines of the fashionable figure. CORSETS MADE TO ORDER Fifth Ave., 34th and 35th Sts., New Yark Ready-to-wear Riding Mlabits are Women's and Misses' Riding Habits with safety or divided skirt) tn Linen or Khaki . . at $15.00 The same style in Cloths t . $30.00 to 45.00 Children's Riding Habits . in stcc the foiiowing prices: Women's and Misses' Riding Habits, consisting of long coat and breeches, in Linen or Khaka . . at $18.00 The same styJe in Cloths at . . . $32.00 to 52.00 at ?. ii 2.50 to 28. isses' men's Blouses in a variety of attractive designs, embodying the smartest materials and most distinctive style features of the Spring and Summer seasons. WOMEN'S TAILORED SHIRTWAISTS TO ORDER AT MODERATE PRICES Women's Jersey Silk Underwear Is displayed In a very interesting assortment in the Women's Knit Underwear Department, Among the latest novelties are the Knlcker Skirt, Knlcker Combination and combined Knlcker Skirt and Detach able Underbodlce. These are all productions of B. Altman & Co.'s own workrooms and have been designed especially to conform to the present fashion In dress. Women's House Gowns and Negligees ' induatng Paris models and Ameri can copies and originations, are shown In the newest styles and ma terials; also an attractive selection off House Gowns in simple designs. The Rug Department maintains at all seasons a compre hensive stock of fine Oriental Rugs, Individually selected by B. Altman & Co.'s own buyers and imported direct from the East. In selecting this stock, special con sideration has been given to the requirements off modern residences In town and country. A number of Oriental Rugs In room sizes and small and medium sizes, as well as Hall Strips, are marked at much less than prevailing prices. INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED FIFTH AVENUE Thirty-fourth and Thlrty-fflffth Streets NEW YORK Altman $c (En. Parismade Qowns for Evening, Afternoon and Street wear, comprising a late importation representing the newest styles and materials, are being offered at $75.00, S 00.00, S 25.00 and upward The selection includes Par3-rr?sde Mourning Gowns. These are exception a!iiy low prices for Imported Gowns. Women's Summer Dresses and Coat Suits are shown In the new Cottons, Lin ens and Lingerie fabrfes in a dlverf ity of smart styles. The selection includes both elaborate and simple models in distinctive, individual de signs, displaying the combinations off colors and materials that will dominate the Summer fashions- The Fancy Needlework has in the regular stock a large and interesting selection off Cretonne Articles, especially appropriate for use in the Bungalow or Sumntcr Cottage. Included are Folding Desks, Collapsible Work Stands, Work Tables, Hat and Shirtwaist Boxes, Combination Cabinets, Trinket Cab inets, Waste Baskets, etc., all of which are shown at very moderate prices. Fifth Ave, 34th and 35th Sts., New Yorl: