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LUCY NQJ^loST AGAIN;
SHFS/VITH GRANDMOTHER to the Newark Star.] .'UNION HILL, N. J., April 18. 'Lucy Nelson, the 8-year-old daughter I of Mrs. Maud Nelson, of 409 Jeffer son street, this town, Is not lost again. She is with her grandmother In Warrenton, Va„ because that old lady feared the rains were too heavy for the girl to travel North. The child was expected at Union Hill Wednesday, but failed to appear. That was the second time she had not appeared on the appointed date. The other time—last Thursday—she was found in Washington, £). C., r while on her way to her mother’s, and sent back to Virginia by the rail road officials. >— - NEW AUTO REGULATIONS ISSUED BY LIPP1NCQT Denies Licenses to Persons Ur der Age of 18. [From it Mull CorrespoiMlcnt.l TRENTON. N. J„ April 18.—No tices were sent yesterday to all agent and inspectors of the State depart ment of motor vehicles by Commis sioner Job H. Lippincott, calling at tention to the provisions of recen motor vehicle legislation and in structlng the agents ns to the pro cedure to be followed in certah cases. Summarizing the five law? which hive just become effective Mr. Lippincott said: “First, hereafter agents will gran Newark Oppenheim, (sllws x@ Broad and William Sts., Newark Boys’ Smart Tailored Dependable Clothes i ~~ 1 » I__t__} Fabrics of Highest Quality A wide range of new designs and colorings At Moderate Prices Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits,} Special of all Wool Blue Serge, Alpaca lined, 4 superior tailoring. 8 to 18 years I Boys’ Finely Tailored Suits with extra Knickerbockers. Norfolk or ( Double - breasted Models, Alpaca 4.85 lined. Full lined trousers, all wool l .■ fabrics, 8 to 18 years. Value to S7.50 Boys’ Double-breasted and Norfolk ) Suits of Blue Serge, Shepherd Check, 7.95 Cheviot and Cassimere. 8 to i8yrs. Vai. $10 ' Boys’ Double-breasted Reefers of All- f 3.95 Wool Mixtures and Blue Serge. ■- and 1% to 10 years. Special 1 5.00 OpPE NHEIM, 0LLINS X <§ Very Important Sale Tomorrow Girls* Wash able Dresses Attractive and girlish models of imported striped and checked ginghams, linene, hand-embroidered chambrays—pleated and gored skirts in Russian and belted models, with patent leather belts. Also dainty lingerie dresses—new long waisted effects, with fine emdroideries and silk ribbon, 'i Sizes 6 to 14 years. 2.00 Regular values up to $o.9o . . . =.« Special Sale Tomorrow " ‘Sk ' M isses’ and Jun iorSu its 100 Dressy and Tailored Suits Taken from our regular stock, original ( models and reproductions. Smart Bal- / 20.00 kan, Russian Blouse and San Toy\ ^ models. Values $29.75 to $35.00. No Exchanges. No Approvals. 200 Girls’ Coats Greatly Reduced Prices i Smartest and Most. Desirable Spring Models of French Serges, Checks, Bedford Cords and Whipcords. Belted Back. Nor folk and Sailor Collar Models. 7.50 & 9.75 Girls’ Co<#ts. 4 to 16 yrs., 5.00 12.50 & 15.00 Girls’ Coats. 4 to 16 yrs., 7.90 16.50 & 20.00 Girls’ Coats. 4 to 16 yrs., 9.75 * no drijrs' licenses to applicants under ft: age of 18. and will refer 1 all applicants between the ages of 16 and Hf to th$ commissioner. . “Second, power is given to the commissioner of motor vehicles to suspend any license granted under his authority. “Third, for registration purposes, s the horsepower formula shall be . adopted yearly by the commissioner under the restriction that ho shall adopt no formula not used by stan dard trade associations. L "Fourth, the commissioner of mo ■ .tor vehicles is given power to sum mon witnesses to attend hearings In 1 revocation proceedings, and a line of ■ $100 is set as the amount to be for • felted for failure to answer such summons. “Fifth, the commissioner of motor ■ vehicles is vested with all the powers of a justice of the peace, recorder or police judge conferred by the motor vehicle act. “Hereafter, all persons arrested by the inspectors of 'this department will be brought by warrant or by summons before the commissioner of motor vehicles sitting as a police judge, except such cases as are with in easy reach of a justice of the peace, police judge or magistrate. Inspectors will use discretion it] summoning cases of this character before the commissioner.” PUPPY PICKS NO OWNER IN SOLOMON-LIKE TEST NEW YORK. April 18—A small and amiable puppy known to his friends as Pinky was led frisking before Magistrate Appleton in Jefferson Market Court voster‘j9.y, tv hi in \tr« Kate Palmer, of 2S2 Clinton avenue, I.yntlhurst, N. J., and John Kane, of 19!) West 115th street, appeared to set forth their respective claims to ownership. Magistrate Appleton had Mrs. Palmer stand in one spot and Kane in another and then midway between them he stationed a court otficor with Pinky. At a signal from the •bench. Pinky was abruptly un leashed .and allowed to pick out his own master or mistress. Pinky with out the slightest hesitation made straight for a highly flattered police man whom ho had never seen be fore. Kano identified Pinky by marks on his collar and took him home. MULES SPILL $50,000 OP UNCLE SAM’S MONEY PANAMA, April 18.—Part of the I gold coin which was being trans | ported to the office of the quarter master for the pay-rolls of the Panama canal workers and for other expenses was scattered in the road way yesterday through the stubborn ness of a team of mules drawing the load. A wagon carrying $50,000 in gold coin, lied up in bags containing $1,000 each, Vas on its. way with throe other wagons, In all of which was coin amounting to $200,000, to the cashier's office in the administration building, when tho mules balked and overturned the wagon. The whole $50,000 was tipped out into the dust. A. bag of coin broke the leg of the driver as it toppled to the ground. BAN DOUBLE HOLDING OF PENN. STATE OFFICES H A RRISBURfl, Pa.’, April IS—The Cielser committee, appoirlted to inves tigate dual oftige-iioldlng among State employees, has reported to the House that seven of the forty-one instances of officials and clerks draw ing more than one salary should bo discontinued. In thirty-four cases the work is found to justify the ag gregate pay, but the committee rec ommends the passage of acts com bining the duties under single salaries. FATHER AND SON WILE BE BURIED TOGETHER HIGHTSTOWN, N. J., April 18.— The double funeral of the late .Smith Wright, a well-known farmer of near Hooky Hill, and ids son, Thomas Jef ferson Wright, will be held next Mon day. from the home of a son and brother, Forman Wright, here. The latter received a telegram telling of his brother’s illness in Weneehee, Washington State, and ho at once started for that far-West point, but his brother died soon after lie reached his bedside. A few hours before the message came announcing the death of Thomas, their father, on tills side of tlie Continent, passed away at his Hocky Hill home. Forman is return ing with the body of his brother for the double funeral. REVENUE CUTTER BUSY CHEATING DEATH OF TOLL WASHINGTON, April 18.—'The rev enue cutter Yumacaw today is en gaged in one of the busiest cruises of her history. She destroyed the Dutch derelict schooner Venture in the Gulf of Mexico yesterday, then went to the assistance of the Standard Oil tug Standard and a barge in tow wrecked near Tortugas, Fla. A few hours afterward she received a distress call from the schooner Alice Polbrook, pounding on sunken wreckage in Hillsboro inlet, Fla. She will try to save them all. CONVICTED AS SLAYER, TELLS OF OTHER MURDER BOSTON, Mass., April 18.—James B. Jennings, known as "Kid Carter," a prize-lighter, after he had been sen tenced yesterday by Judge Brown in the Superior Court to life Imprison ment for the murder of William Mc Pherson, a waiter, confessed that he killed his sweetheart, Mrs. Mildred Donovan, of Revere, near Holy Cross Cemetery, on the night of December 31. McPherson was shot in a saloon on January 1. TITANIC BUILDER DIES LONDON, April IS.—A prominent figure for years in the shipbuilding world is removed by the death of Gustav Wilhelm Wolff, founder of the firm of Harland & Wolff, of Bel fast, at his home here yesterday. Many of the largest transatlantic liners are products of the firm, in cluding the steamship Titanic, whose sinking by collision with an iceberg a year ago cost the loss of 1,600 11 ves. TAX PLAN DEFEATED PHILADELPHIA, April 18.—The ordinance for a tax of $1 on every 81,000 worth of goods manufactured here, which w^is urged by Mayor Blankenburg to increase the city's revenue, was defeated in Common Council by 73 to 3. Plitty Soon—Mebbe! 1 ?UW SOON \ 6\T UCOGNtt\ON \ , ^U. SRWl lepubuci \ SW\E FIANCE ' au. s&ni niucBw KUW WEBBE U\\SE NELL I PLVI'lST SOON! j __> AMERICAN, ROUTED BY FIRE, USES WORLD PRESS NEW YORK, April 18.—The edi torial and mechanical staffs of the New York American were forced to tlee from their building, near the Brooklyn Bridge terminal, at press time early today by a Are. Tho blaze originated in the engine room from an explosion, and ate its way rapidly around the press room, while dense clouds of smoke poured up the elevator shafts making the escape of more than a hundred workers on the upper floors seem perilous, but all got out safely. The press room was so badly damaged that it was necessary to print the late editions from the World plant. The loss is less than 815.000. Two firemen were badly Injured in fight ing tho flames. SCHOOL PRINCIPALS TO MEET. A meeting of tho Public School Principals' Association, to which all of the teachers of the city arc in vited, is to be ’held at the Second Presbyterian Church, corner of James and Washington streets, Wednesday, April 23, at 3:45 o’clock p. m. ANONYMOUS DONOR GIVES N. Y. $3,000,000 PARKS NEW YORK, April IS.—Land worth $3,000,000 will bo given to the city booh by a New Yorker who Is In terested in public playgrounds for children. Park Commissioner Charles B. Stover said that the donor wished to remain anonymous. SAYS U. S. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT IS BEST WASHINGTON, April 18.—'That the United States hap the best or ganized Department of Agriculture In the world, was the opinion ex pressed to Secretary Houston today by M. Vilmorin, a French agricul tural expert who has spent the past ycttr touring the world studying agri cultural systems. Secretary Houston expressed his pleasure at the compliment, and said the United States hoped to do even greater things In the way of help ing Its farmers. ITALY’S RULERS TO ATTEND PRINCESS LUISE’S WEDDING BERLIN, April 18.—Tho King and Queen of Italy have decided to attend the wedding of Princess Victoria Lulse, daughter of the German em peror and empress, to Prince Ernest August of Cumberland. The wedding Is to take place in Berlin on May 24. ■ ■■ —■ - ■ i —... ■ .. ■ TO OPEN LAKE NAVAGATION FORT WILLIAM, Ont., April 18.— The opening of navigation on Lake Superior was expected late today. Latest wireless messages from the Icebreaker St. Ignace are that she had reached a point nearly three miles beyond White Fish Point. TWO KILLED IN AERO FALL SALONICA. April 18.—Lieutenant Arghylropoulous, a Greek aviator, and a passenger, Constantlnos Man tis. a noted Cretan chief, were killed yesterday by tho fall of an aeroplane from a height of nearly 2,000 feet. NO USE! HER EYES WON’T BEHAVE, SHE ADMITS: NEW YORK, April 18.—Mrs. Ophelia Schiff, pretty, petite and 27, admitted In the Supreme Court today that for twelve years she had been unable to make her eyes behave when she saw an attractive man, and Justice Gelgerich promptly decided that the two deep hazel eyes will be known as exhibits A and B in the suit for divorce which Mrs. Schiff has brought against Maximilian Schiff. "Is it not true that your husband has found fault with you because of your habit of flirting with your eyes?'’ Mrs. Schiff was asked under cross examination. "Yes, Indeed: that is quite true,” answered the witness. ‘T just can't control my eyes. I don't know what the matter is, but I am afraid that it is an affliction.” In answer to his wife's suit Schiff declared that, their marital trouble arose when Mrs. Schlff's sister, who is afflicted With a desire to become an operatic singer, and her husband came to shsru the Schiff apartment and introduced William Simons, an opera coach. After that Mrs. Schlff's eyes began to misbehave with greater frequency, Schiff declared. The com bined efforts of the grand opera musio and the violent movements of Mrs. Sehiff’s eyes so unnerved him that he was compelled to leave the apartment. SEEK DESCENDANTS OF : q 3 U. S. NAVAL HERd^ WASHINGTON. April 18.—Infor mation concerning female descend ants of three naval heroes, Captain John Ericsson. Lieutenant Cushing and Captain Jeremiah O'Brien, whos» names ure to bo given to new tor pedo boat destroyers. Is being sought bv Secretary Daniels, who is about to name sponsors for tho now ves sels. Tho Secretary today issued a gen eral appeal to the public for infor mation about the descendants. Cap* tHin Ericsson built the Monitor, of Civil War fame; Lieutenant Cushing destroyed the ram Albemarle during tho Civil War, and Captain O'Brien did much to establish the fame of the first American Navy In the Revo lutionary War. STEPMOTHER A RELATIVE WASHINGTON. April 18.—A step mother is a relative of her stepchil dren, according to a decision yester day by Comptroller of the Treasury Traoewell. The question arose In the ease of Lieutenant Reginald F. Lud low. of the Marine Corps, wh0 died in January, and who had designated Mrs. Margaret Ludlow, his step mother. as a “dependent relative to receive the six months’ gratuity allowed by the Go\ ernment." • Conducting Business Efficiently C—By Telephone HE business man today does his work without waste of energy or time by using the telephone. Adequate service—sufficient lines and exten sion telephones—places his business organization on the most efficient basis for thorough work. Your Incoming Messages are promptly answered. Your Outgoing Messages are speedily dispatched. Your Interdepartmental Communication eliminates useless motion in and about the offices. Why not assure your organization this basis by arranging for adequate telephone service? Telephone onr nearest Commercial Office for farther information. NEW TELEPHONE CO. L. C. HALL, District Agent 281 Washington St. Newark, N. J. COUCH * Imperial leather, nicely tufted; carved oak frame, nicely polished; regular price $18.00, special at 12.00 Big Specials in Mattresses 45- lb. pure felt, fancy tick k QB lag; regular JIM'S; special at®*” 46- lb. pure felt, fancy art tick ing, roll edge; reg. *11.98; BAB -special . O./U 66-lb. pure felt, fancy art tick- ' ing, Imperial edge; reg. *14.98;A Afi special . 65-lb. pure felt, fancy art denim,, imperial edge; reg. S18.00;|57£ •special . IdWO All Sl*es — One 98^. or Two Vnrt» 77*79 MARKET STREET, NEWARK CHARGE ACCOUNTS IT is very easy to offer you CREDIT when you are willing to pay exorbitant instalment prices. Our Charge System is a different kind. We do not give credit to everybody. We cannot, because we sell our goods too low in price, but if you arc honest you can buy at our low prices without extra charge. -EXTENSION TABLE Odd Lot of Hall and Room Carpets —v Full quar tered oak top, highly p o 1 i s hed; carved claw feet and heavy ped estal; regular $18.98; special, Tapestry and Velvets Sonic- with llnrilrrx, Keg:. $1.00 Tapes try, special at. . Reg. $1.10 Tapes- ttCr 11 y, special at* Reg. $1.3.', Vel- ()Qr Vvets, special at. ■l,v i i ... 9x12 Tapestry o cn Rugs, reg. $12.50 9x12 Tapestry || cn Rugs, reg. $14.50 • I**'" 9x12 Axminster if. cn Rugs, reg. $19.98 ™*”'' 9x12 Axminster in cn Rugs, reg. $24.50 1,*«w 9x12 Velvet If. cn Rugs, reg. $20.75 9x12 Wilton 1| tyi Rugs, reg. $41.50 Fibre Matting 20 beautiful pat terns; regular 40c values, 34c / Ranges-^ Many of these ranges got wet at the time of our tire, and in consequence ^ arc a little rusted, ~ " hut you can buy them at about HALF PRICE •fir. Ran pres, at.8.08 ■ $18 Ranges, at.10.00 I Ranges, ut.13.50 | $ux Ranges, at.15,75 ■ I $35 Ranges, at.33.00 fl $40 Ranges, at.36.00 $50 Ranges, at. 29.75^ --S,'M Dining Chair-N (Like Cut) Full box frame, rounded fronts; slip seat of genuine leather; highly pol ished quartered oak; regular price $3.00, special, DRESSER Full swell front, French legs, beautifully polished, large shaped hovel mirror. In C woods—tuna, mahog any or bird's-eye maple. Keg. price $20.98, special, 15.98 r"Brass Bed-N 2-inch posts; very heavy brass ball cor ners; guaranteed lac quer; regular price $20, special, CHIFFONIER Full swell front. French lege, beautifully polished: large shaped beveled mir ror. In throe woods- tuna, mahogany or hlrd’s-eyo maple, regular prltjo . $10.75; special. , 14.98 '-Reed Pullman Sleeper Carriage Heavy roll, very styl ish, reclining backs,deep foot well, corduroy up holstering; steel tubing; regular $18, special at . . XL 1.98 , ^China Closet Our b i g leader, - beautifully finished, genuine quartered :i oak, all hand carv ings; regular price $35, special, ,22.50! i I Your Purchases May Be Charged Sortip J Slightly Smoked s Refrigerators _ fr—Ii f"I.— All Serviceably Perfect - Dressing Tables-^ Endless varieties bird’s-eye V maple, tuna mahogany, dull % finished mahogany, quartered oak. ^ Regular $15 values, AO ■ special . 0 Regular $18 val- t'l A|j If ues, special . 1£»VU | uJr“:.s.20..:“: 16.00 Regular $30 val- ^2 1' .. J Buffet (Like Cut) 3 beautiful quar tered oak, high ly polished, ail hand carvings; [ the biggest value L ever offered; regular price SX $35, very special r1 * 25.00 $12.98 Re- 7 QX liberators, spec. ,,7U Re*. $16.00 Re- in 00 frjgeratoi'fi, spec. IV»V'7 Reg. $22.00 He- 1C 00 frberators, spec. Keg. $25.00 He- |<) 1)1) frlgera,tors, spec. * '•vw Keg. $30.00 Re- 77 Cfl t'rlgeratore, spec. Reg. $35.00 Ke- 77 r<) frigerators, spec. Rep. *5.98 He- J Qu frlpurators. at.... Rep. $7.98 R'e- J Eft friperators. at ... Rep. *9.98 Re- C Au friperators, at.... **♦/u^ PILLOWS Positively now feathers Regular 50c, special.. itttc Regular K5e, special. .4tte Regular $1.10, special. .75c Regular $1.50. special.. I.O« Regular $2.00. special.. l.5o Regular $3.50. special ;s.r»o Brass Costumers Every one a special. Best brass lacquer, with heavy ornaments, very strongly made of brass. Regular $2.50, l iA special . Regular $3.50, 7 CA special . Regular $4.00, 3 75 special . o*t*o Regular $4.75, 3 7C special ......... Regular $5.00*, 4 AA special ..