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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1913.
'MY GREEN COPS WILL MAKE GOOD' WALDO Hp and Inspector Dw.vit Kxpcct, 500 Nov Tcmlci'lHin Men to Be Model Force. MONDAY SALES TXKXI'KIMKXCK AX ASSBT Old Head Seoff ni Most Inter esting Kxpei'inient in Police Annals. A Special Purchase of Reversible Velour Portieres open edges), of different style' quality than any portieres offered this season, will be placed on sale at the unusually low price' off . . . . per pair, $17.50 being about one-half the actual value. These portieres are in plain colors, such as olive and gold, green and rose, delft and brown, red and green, reseda and rose; also in brown with brown, green with green, etc. CnminWUilii'i WutiUi l.iitil his uiili'is ;wt'iilny trniuri-ntiiit thirty-four lieu lriuints. 1,101 I'ollecMU'ii iuiiI iimIhuIiik .'11 recruits finm tin1 luilioo dohiwl to duty 'n the ui'iiol' V'Nt rtliln Tfiiilcrlolti. The new men rr-tui t fur iluty Wednesday mornlns unci rrplm-c 4S." uniformed men, nlm will he dl.itrllmled In product In the hoioiiKhs of Manhattan, llrooUlyn, The Uroiix nnd Oueeni". The new I'ouith Iiijihm tlun dlnlilot In elude the West Kort -si venth, the Weft Sl.xty-clKhth anil the West IO1W1 street police stations. The 511 new men were apportioned nlnoni? these stutlnns. On Tuesday mornlnc Commissioner iSnS!DreS8 Velvets and Plushes 1.500 who took the examination. These men will be placed In tho model ilMrlct With this sweepliiK ihntiKe IwsiiK nn m pertinent unparalleled In the history of tho I'olieo Department; one Hint Com mlsfloner Waldo and Inspector John V. Hwycr believe will he micee.ssful, one that Commissioner Waldo liopen will crown UU career. Five hundred yount men, perfect!? trained In the fchool for recruits, tauitht how to stand up otraleht, how to breathe, how to run, how to flcht with their wits, as well as their muscles; how to collect and set forth evidence, nnd how to accom plish the manifold details of n policeman's work, will go to work, with practically no knowledce of the thieves, the canasters and tho confidence men that swarm be tween Forty-second street mid linth street on the West Side of Manhattan. Ther will havo to learn I heir job from the ground up. From the standpoint of experienced policemen they will be as sreen as crass. The oldtimers predict that they will have trouble and that the experiment cannot succeed. Count Inpsprrlener an Asset. An Extraordinary Special Sale of embracing all the latest Paris shades, at the remarkable price of per yard $2.85 This offering consists of Imported Ail-Silk Chiffon Velvet, 42 inches wide, the regular price of which is $6.50 per yard; and Imported Dress Plush, 39 inches wide, regularly $7.00 and 7.50 per yard. ,000 Yards of Crepe Charmmeuse as in white, ivory and black, at the exceptional price of, per yard, $1.87 Girls' Autonmira Coats and Sib 5 its following unusual prices: Girls' Practical Coats, in two models (.sizes 6 to 16 years) . at $10.50 Girls' Three - piece Tailored Suits i neiiu liwiMer ami Willi tnrtu cap- i , . , . , , . T H A i tenty emMnts ..s instructors, (sases 10 to 16years) . at $.00 e.-in hard, crindlni; work for In- ' I. Altaian & Ok JfftftbAttfttuf. ftus. fork TELEPHONE 7000 MURRAY HILL An Unprecedented Sale of CHOICE ORIENTAL RUGS willl be held in the Department on the Fifth Floor, Commencing WEDNESDAY, Oct. 15th, offering extraordinary values On the other hand, the l'olice ('onimls- noner anil I tie ponce inpecmr who win . , , , . have the field training of the recruits lie-1 (40 tnCneS WBffle) in the HCWCSt SnaTlleS lleve that lack of experience will be more j than balanced by the fact that the younir ; foj- evennng and street wear, as well policemen nine never i''ii in riMum-i lth bad influence lthin the depart inetit, or such contamination tlmt touches the department They are confident that a model force i possiIHe in this city, a force which lll Mart rieht and keep lrnihl They are positive that nobody will be able to ihnrce i?raft acuini-i the new model force nnd that uilhin II "Imu-i time New York will bo proud of the young miiii who ito to wort on Monday Veil her the I 'oiniiiisiiiier nor Inspector Inrwr I- wnnylnK over the ne men's i. k or experience or their ,.nf,i.,,iiirity SpecjEjiy selected and marked at the i Ah i-rooks iiud touulis. Inspector l)yer i ill lai l.le the job of training the new men i .i tliej mi nloiie. He will cie personul nuenlion u every one of the f.on young ollieinen l will talk to them before hey co out on post and he will rltlclsn hem after they return to their Ktatlon louses s a matter of .fiut the Inspector will nndiiet n Held training school with him If n the head muster and with three enp- alns and i will in "istor Itwyer and for Cupts Kilwari) .1. i alsh of the West Forty-seventh street - atlon. William W Oiici.mii or the W.-t Sixtv-eiKhth treet htation nnd .tohii A lloylo of the West tooth street staioii. . , - , WnrTrM Ibveiniirinig Go wras for Misses, Is a k'nod looking, Rrpiate hhoulileriMl man with reddish hair and mustache Me is hIow Hpoken but known for nuick anion n Was nppnintoil to the police forte- on October 17. issis l'revlous to becoming u imllceman he was a first officer In the ter vlee of the lied I) t.lne. When the Spanish-American war started Dwyer got leavn or absence and eered even months In the navy He was on the Panther and was'ln the tlrst detachment of marines that landed in Cuba. On .Inly l'l. IMS, he was promoted to bo an ensign. After his discharge, from the nay he le turned to duty in the I'nllio Department and in ieo.1 wns made a sergeant Two years later he became a lieutenant. For several years he was in charge of the harbor pollen, the sailors of the force, 'there ha won the name of the "sailor cop" and a reputation for courago mid efficiency second to none In the department Com missioner Waldo made him a captain In the summer of 1UI J and lie succeeded Inspector Hayes In August, lor.' He knows how to train and lead men and he knows policemen. Honesty and Loyally Klrst. In taking charge of the model torce llihpector Dwyer Will oiercise his own ideas about patrolling and police work. He will require first of all honest work and complete loyalty to the lone. He will rniulrc the new men to keep in touch wth changing lomlltion. He will show them how to identity newcomers to -the precincts nnd will point nut to them others already there that tuny need watching. Jle will teach them how to disperse loafers and how necessary a part or polite work is courtesy anil helpfulness to citl.ens. When each platoon goi-H on duty the In' spector will deliver a lecture to the men, pointing out the essentials of their Job, When each platoon returns the Inspector will make criticisms founded on his own observation anil upon the reports made to him by the cnptayn, the lleutenanta and thesergeanls. Many veteran policemen do not bellvee the experiment succeed because of the follow Inir leai-ons I'irsl, thev say, no old men will lie left In tl' precincts who know the Intes of dangerous men or know the places fre iil"iiled by these nienv. Secondly, tin' new men will not be ex- P'liei I In irises, They ill" not apt to tin the liu'hi tlilnu In a pinch, when nuick 1 1 1 i r : u 1 1 . l.- iiihI quick action Mrc demanded, llunl. the new men are not apt to know l ow linn h In tolerate nnd overlook, what "to wink at.' ns Mayor Oaynor lined to hi" In othei winds, t,ey arc likely to show "xi csiw enl which may make trouble fourth, thei " will nut b" enough ser ceaniH to give the new men ipiiik Instruc tion Tilth, ciouks and shut-pus m i k r i -,i tal iiilvaiilare ul tlm lrl lew week's ol the experiment To Hies" objections Iii.ici tin Hwjer nnd his chief iclnrn I lie answer thai It will mil be ilinii iili to Iih,i, iiuickly joiiug in,n who ul" liilclii;i-ni anil who have cooil ideals. 'JiWicr- ami lh iiiilornn.i tifllccrs know .the crunks 1 1 -r will . .t.,n, if HerffeantK lor ill" lnitullir.i. ..i Hiuada. And an ampl" fnnii nt cm.cn piic4 plain clothes men will ionium the pictjllcU. niun who ri'lmrl to Inspector Ksiirol, head or tho delectli" Inn,.,,,,, ,( Who lll be able to relieve the .w (mil,,.. nidi or nuich of the ri'siii,.it v of oh. nerring suspicious or ilangeriius ehaiacters "Tho new wen will mii .c good " sas Commissioner Waldo, 1 hcv wllf be a " mdii to tlio department untl to the city." Delbmitainites amid the YoMiniger Set are dasptayed Sn the Masses' Depart ment m a very large assortment, vhach inclodes both imported models and American adaptations. The most recent dictates of Fashion as to style features, materials and 'colors are represented 'in this interesting collection of smart gowns, many of which are marked at extremely moderate prices. Wonnieins Petticoats of silk and other materials, appro priate for Autumn and Winter wear, are shown in an interesting variety at very moderate prices. The Petti coats enumerated below are cut on' slender lines, in harmony with the edicts of Fashion, and are shown in the regular stock at the prices quoted: Petticoats of cotton fabrics, 75c, $1.50 and upward. Messaline Petticoats, $3.75, 5.50 and upward. Silk Jersey Top Petticoats, $3.90, $5.50 and upward. Crepe de "Chine,, Petticoats, $4.75, $0,75' and upward. Foulard Petticoats, $7.75, 0.75 and upward. B. Altttttnt tc (Ed. nave consummated enormous purchases in the Orient, which have enabled them to present these Rugs at the following remarkable concessions from the regular prices: ORIENTAL MATS ' actual values $7.50 to 25.00 at $4.00 to 12.50 ORIENTAL RUQS actual values $30.00, 45.00, 55.00 to 65.00 at $16.50, 24.00 & 30.00 300 .Oriental Rugs, about 4 ?: 7 feet, including Kirmanshah, Saruch and Iran weaves; actual values $85.00 to 150.00 100 EXTRA FINE PERSIAN RUQS actual values $225.00 to 275.00 at $48.00 & 68.00 at $135.00 ORIENTAL HALL RUNNERS actual values $55.00 to 125.00 . . . at $28.00, 42.00 & 58.00 1 1,000 ORIENTAL RUQS in room sizes, actual values $150.00 to 1,500.00 ait $75.00 to 750.00 Included in this Sale are many Carpets in unusual sizes. These Rugs, the wearing qualities of which are guaranteed, were pur chased in Persia and Caucasia by B. Altman & Co.'s New York buyers. On TUESDAY, Oct. 14th Unusual Values will be offered In Fine French Longer 5e consisting of a special selection of Women's Paris - made Chemises, Drawers and Petticoats, which will be placed on Sale at the following prices: Chemises . . at$E.00& fl.35 Drawers . . . " 1.10& 1.25 Petticoaifs . . " 2. 75 k 3.0 A large and exclusive assortment off fine French Lingerie, selected es pecially for Bridal Trousseaux, has recently been received and ss now being shown. On TUESDAY, Oct. 14th A Very Remmarkablle Sale off French Boddoir Gowns and Negligees will be held, comprising the follow ing specially desirable offerings: Lace Boudoir Gowns, in long coat effect, lined with chiffon, at $18.50 Negligees of French flannel, with hand-embroidered collar and cuffs, at $10.00 Negligees of hand-embroidered alba- ss at $5.50 (House Gown Dep't, Third Floor') The Riding Habit Dep't (Third Floor") New English materials, expressing the latest ideas in textiles for Riding Habits, have been imported direct Jrom abroad and will be used for the making to order of WOMEN'S AND MISSES' RIDING HABITS in smart, correct styles of superior workmanship at much less than the usual prices for similar garments. READY-TO-WEAR RIDING HABITS prepared for the present season and now on sale, offer exceptional values at . ' . . . $28.00 & 38. Women's Three-piece Tailor-made Suits Arrangements have been completed, in the Department on the Seventh Floor, to make Three-piece Suits to order, on lines dictated by the latest Paris fashions, at the following ex ceptional prices: Suits off fine broadcloth, at $ 1 00.00 Suits off imported plush, at ! 25. 00 Suits of karakul cloth, at fl 50.00 (THIRTY-FIFTH STREET ELEVATORS) lYMJimrminimg Uep'l (Third Floor) Salons have been arranged for show ing Mourning Dresses and Suits and all the essentials required for the Mourning Outfit. All -charged or paid purchases mailable Sn one package, not ex ceeding twenty (20) pounds in weight, will be forwarded free off charge to all points within 150 miles of New York. Special salespeople will, if desired, be detailed to accompany patrons to the store's various departments. MONDAY SALES An Important Sale of Women's Coats , (Third Floor) . in styles and fabrics suitable for street and travel wear, will prccent very remarkable values at the fol lowing prices: Coats of double-faced blanket cloth, in navy, gray and black, with velvet collar at $!&.0Q Coats of wool velour, in blue, blactc, taupe and brown, silk lined through out, .... at $22.50 Coats of fancy boucle cloth, entirety silk lined, with velvet collar, at $22.50 The Third Floor Millinery Dep't. Women's Black Velvet Hats attractively trimmed with fur and ostrich feathers, will present an un usual opportunity at the special price of $23.00 The Autumn Blouses recently received and now being shown, illustrate very accurately fie latest trend in blouse fashions. Among them are dainty blouses of lace, of hand-embroidered crepe die Chine, of embroidered tulle, of col ored lace and chiffon, and off Georg ette crepe, each with some distinctive touch that gives it the merit of in dividuality. Lingerie Blouses, hand made and hand-embroidered, are also a part of the display, which "impar tially includes the productions n' both foreign and American dealers. The Fur Department The latest and most exclusive 5.C2S in Fur Fashions are thoroughly rep resented in the remarkably interest ing collection of FUR AND FUR-LINED OARMEHVw displayed on the Third Floor. All of the newest variations off style sire shown, including close - fitirs.j?, draped and straight-line- garmcr.it'; dolman and large armhole effects; and a choice selection off short wrac? in the richest furs and most attract ive combinations. Muffs, Stoles, Collar-bands and Cra vats, introducing a large variety of shapes and styles in the most desir able furs, are a feature. FUR TRIMMINGS the fashionable widths an color effects. are shown r the The Department for Women's Ready-to-wear Dresses on the Third Floor, has now t. plete display off Autumn pi'yucr Afternoon, Evening and Dar ' Frocks; also a number of new rnc '"'.:' introducing the latest ideas ' Women's Serge Dresses, design c. especially for street wear. These arc all quoted at moderate prices. FIFTH AVENUE 34th and 35th Streets NEW YORK FIFTH AVENUE 34th and 35th Streets NEW YORK ... 1