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Thursday, May 15, 1913
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The only real bargains in Orientals arc such carefully searched for and selected rugs as Wild s Orientals v -vouched for by a recognized; rug . reputation. Fift A-eeed 35 St. lestSoedtlttiRi louse in America Indestructo Line Marks the Progressive Merchant to Your " The popularity ot the Indeatructo trunk . canno( be questioned. No matter where you travel, you will find the complete Indtructo line displayed In the . beat tore of erery city. Dors this Immediate acceptance by the most expert merchandisers of the coun try man anything to you? THE NEW, YORK TIMES. THURSDAY. t MAY 15. 1013. WEARIES 0FA7AITI11G A COIJSTOCK ARREST . , .- ..... . ' . ; Manager of Draun A Co. With- draws " September Morn ' from Hit Shop Window. . THE CROWDS ANNOYED HIM Picture Left Wsek Unotr Thin Usual, but Xethlng Happenei-rfar.; Ortiz Mums Upon Art Csnlorsfclp." Paul Cbabaa's M September Morning las been . taken from the window of Braun aV Co-'s shop In Forty-sixth Street Just eff. Fifth Avenue. It was not withdrawn because'- of Anthony Comstock'a outburst. In point of fact. the French painter's picture of the n- -Saped young woman, who stands shrink ma ana rwucupi in tne oooi oi a pooi at dawn, was farored .with an extra week In the shop window for no other reason than that It. bad Incurred the displeasure of the elderly suppressor of VL Ortlt. who man ages the shop, says he suspects that Mr. Comstock thun dered aaalnet September Moral nc Just to attract attention to himself. Ills thunder had the effect of drawing thou- I sands to the shop window. They came Ira such droves that the. path to the In terior of the store was blocked to profit able customers, ' and that la on of the reasons why the picture was taken from view. M. Ortta telle all about it in this It Stands for OuaEtY and Protection I letter to - Taa Times, received last evening: - . re ae Editor f TU Vrw Tork Timet: I have taken Ml of our window the print of Paul Coatee's Septaenbar etomta.' beceue It has been there two weeks; that is. one weak loafer thea' any picture has . ever been in our window. I feel that this . little incident baa r1.n Mr. Ceonetock nenets ootoriotjr, and I am euro thai, eince .hie diet to our sallerlee a urine my tompororr she ee oa laat Friday, be has had amoie time to take -further etape-ln the matter. It he ever Intend to take any.' But I do not believe that he w aartoua. Any preoa wee eaa take exception . to Chibu'i lov.lw awact. chlld-llko little maid, and who would, moat likely, rule ee t.nnxa Ulh..l A ...In1. rtavM ' imoroDer even Michael Ansele's ehould not be end ie not token eerloualy. David," oualy Comatork id It should mean that you are buying not only Indestructo quality and the Indo ' strucio guarantee, but you are buying ' the wise Judgment of the merchant In . , whose store you make your purchase. Talk to the man who will sell you an In f drstracto trunk and you will find that he feels better equipped than his competitor who still con fl nee his baggage lines to the old stylo square-cornered s It Is not neceasary for you to hunt to -. una tne inaesiructo aeaier in your city. I Irk out the beet and moat progressive mercnam ana mere you wm rind an In ; atatructo truna waiting ror you. Whether you travel little or much .you j t n-rT you many times over in SW v I rrr travel wear. - t Do not wait until the old trunk goes to . tilew4aa Bnrl laaaaaeeasl Kb . mmt. ; In vraHsraU now th trunk that prefect ur DESTRUCTO' waw wtwfa New Vork Whol ctale Office of th national Veneer Products Ce. 200 nlfc Aresee BeMsr. , well capable of appreclettiic aood. art. end. . propose tor or eood ert only real that i ought to then Mr. Omatoek 'BBBB essawayasgvafsjsgfsjfjsBagHaaasg iff If til. o tm MM Velrerw 1WI. II if, Natural Aperient Water from Spain Approved by Aeadeeay of Medietas, forte. Indlepenaable for alt who Led a eedeatary life. tte use rtvee a health) tone to alt runotkona et the syatera. BaaaTI ejeaatlty eafflees, wlaalaaerel ealy. ASK TOUR PHTS1CIAN Aocep yellow tabet only. Sold by all Druseleta. - LrrriKs bkothers, w. t Vole Asesta for II. S. and Canada, ' FINED TOR CONTEMPT. tawytr Walt Hsld to b Insoltnt Before Referee. Supreme Court Justice - Platsek an nounced yesterday that he' had fined ; John C'Walt. a lawyer of 88 Park Row, $300 for contempt of court." Walt was a witness before Adam Wiener as referee In proceedings to dissolve the partner ship of himself and Oeorge 1L D. . Foa Iter, now of 2 Rector Street: Justice Platsek observed: 'The record of tho. hearings before the referee submitted to me convincingly establishes that tho conduct of, tho de fendant was Intentionally abusive and Insolent and : hla language Inexcusably Insulting and abusive." Walt's explanation was -that he suffering from .bolls on his neck and was Irritable at the time of the heating. The actions of others at the healings, he said, were ungentlemanly and Increased his own Irritation. ' WEDDING STATIONERY L P. Dutton& Company J 681 Fifth Avenue OppoeSto St. Thosaae's Ckorck Noon Tomorrow The demand , oh space renders it necessary that general advertisements for Sunday's New York Times be in The Times Building not kter than noon to-' niorrow., " The worker h tie dty ' , fiadi rtlaxition b THE RESTFUL QUIET f OF THE COUNTRY EVENING. To the man whoet work Bee h the etrife and stme of busy New York, the calm, cool evening at . Colonial ntifltos TTha tJordae apot af Cauoty wiS prove refreshing and invigorating. Colonial Heights ' is a reatrkted reav dential colony on the Harlem Railroad, oalr 30 miautee frora the Greed Central A fiae school wkhia a few rnia--ulee, walk I the property. . Surrounded by the beauties of forest and hillude. it nevcrthclen offers every city' improvement and advantage. We are offering a beautiful 9-room Dutch Colonial CotUge en plot 100x130 for 4K000, ea very eeiy peymeat. Tasktr-Hahttd Co Tribun Building,' N.' Y. City. Cenf lmnt-tlnf tnd,with oaf obligation on -my port your iUuatrmtmd bookUt dtacriblng Colonial IMghtt. - ; ty " iVdtrrt. .-. . . . - ... t L .... a . ... . .- w ... ., r SHERIDAN GAINS TIME. -i . ... A Week to Show His Bribe from Kntck.rboek.rCo.Ws Trap Hs Laid . Chief . Magistrate MeAdoo, . holding court . yesterday In his office at aw Mulberry Street, decided to give Joseph A- Sheridan, an Independent ice dealer, accused of soliciting a bribe from the Knickerbocker Ice Company, another week to which to submit evidence that the 11.000 in marked bills found In his possession .on April SS wss given him by the Knlckerbock Ice Company a officials for some other purpose than that of bribery. , When the ease was called on ad journment from May S. Hheiidan was repreeented by a lawyer whom he had employed-the day before. ; The lawyer Pleaded that Sheridan had not had time to get witnesses who knew of plans to accept a bribe and then expoee those who offered it to him. Chief Maalatrate McAdo, after learninc from the toe company's lawyers that its witnesses had all been heard, said that he had about made un hla mind to hold Short- dan for the Grand Jury on the case as made out. - i - But there is one Interesting nnlnt. said he. " and that Is the exact naure of the conversation between Bheridan and Joeeph Hlrsch. a liveryman, of &40 Weet Forty-fourth Street, to whom he turned over tne money paid him by the Knick erbocker Ice Company's Superintendent in an oiuoe wnere aietnm nha m id. stalled. - - I am BUSelf at Shrl,!a'a atlnra With the monov. THt hm mm lrmfYi l oana it tor mm. or merely to keep it for uim ii 1 1 tne next morning r ir uirscn was merely - to keen - the monev it Is possible Hhertdan meant to turn it over to tne uieinoi jtttorney, whereas II asked Hlrsch to put It In' the bank 1 inaicaten, seeminitiy, an Intention to seep iv i want Air. Sheridan to have a full opportunity to bring witnesses to show in any wav. if such ariinHu. exist, that he expected to be bribed or that he thourht of lavlna? a tran to show up efforts to bribe him. " I must . say. however, that . the dictograph detailed long conversations which In themselves were incriminatina and aeemed to leave nothing to the imagination , as to whether or ' not Sheridan solicited a bribe. I will poet- pone the case for another week with a warning that the point of whether or cot 8hertdan was setting a trap for the - ice company le the only one on C0U1IT COllFIRUS All of the Mayor' Supporter Rsturned In Elimination Else t!on for City Commissioners. FA CAN GETS 12,342 VOTES stood eighth with i,Ti tw. Thomas J. Stewart. Republican and prohibitionist, who owns a carpt cleaning and storage plant and had never before entered politics, ran ninth with 4.50 votes, and Oeorge 8. Brensinrer. former Aaeemblyman ' and mn antl-Wlttpenn candidate, ran tenth with 4.1T7 Totes. Assemblyman Walter I McDermott, an antl-Wlttpenn man. wwo until .' a week ago waa considered the strwrareet of all the candidates for Commissioner until his attack on President Wilson connection with the Jury Reform bill favored r er j on. city, a figure within S.Sno rf tve rum. Dr caat ia te . flcthn for rrUnl loot roll, end thue t-atiftns to tf. normout popular tntrt uua to t rninaKn con tret this rum tier Mark M-re, Morr.v ();!. ti tnr r !( i'n.i-Av,i i ltr.. IU(ii. fmn, anct i i out BUT Mirriiki.l The feci that of ! h:il!tln. t'ie ".mr an. I M. Ksnn RiH"d rut'it-ni,H. I kn nnd M.nri, t r " miin. lnmHI ID. lita 11 Ml. enl thue Juet outalde the race. . with "The ict! The total rota cast waa SI.3T for the of the Wi a ooot e per cent, or I til ra.i fort r in. l-n ri ,imra ri -one randlilatre waa rifarlnt ( prmiarlraj fiva i.i I - , lot ty oittK-iene it mtrrii. mivaionrra on j.ia in, am t on rarrlrd Into tho reco for ! of the ir !, t tiiy mershtpe next nenlh all five out on June 17. when the C. penn canaioatee, benumtnn, trs take ornre. Former Republican- Mayor Loads . i by SS4 Votes Qovornmont ' Chtngss en Junt 17. At anv rata. I ttave aivaa Mr, nvo dava In which to oa.v mm m vtalt and to an-sat mo II a. ao choa. I have evan naclaolad other important boal-naoa in order to remain le any of floe coo-atantly ao ea not to mlaa a chance of making his acquaistance. but he has not com., and I am suite certain that It t ware to keen " (wKfflbir M amine In our window for a whole year be would never come esaln. He moat hare eulrkly reelUed that he had made a moat ridiculous "fatix-pae " In trying to inalnuate that we reuld avar nubllah or exhibit a cloture not highly, art lane, proper, and raflned. It hae boan hinted to me that Mr. Com et ock rresped thle opportunity to eecure for hlmealf a little publicity. It It be true, he haa certainly achieved hie aim. ' 1 think that the little elrl in HaDtember Mom- , Ins." my firm, and myself have already i aoai mn itr io muca wraor J ritiri hi name a chance to be printed la connect Voa with oure. Furtharmore. the unusual eousresatlon of eurloua peopla who have satberod dally la iron t of "Mir wraaew, ao wan ae in sum-berlea. tneulriaa made la poraon, have rendered it difficult for our rasular clientele to sain aoceae to our gallerlae. and we have baaa unable to pay eny attention to the ordinary eouree of our bualneea.. I can.' tn.rrrora. wait no lonear tor - M r. tora- atork's vlatt. If be wlahee to further at tract attention by pretending to dictate torme to a rvptitabl. firm be ehall have planty of oppnrtunlUoe. (or whenever we imI like exhibiting In our window a picture which wa dm a floe work of art we ahall 'do adwhathar It' be a nude or not. I am rortainithet et alt tlmaa. aa In. the eeae of . " 8apimber Morning;'1 Mr. Cematock would be the only pareon to take eaoeptloa . to eny ploture we mlsht ashlbit. The , Amwlcan t ublto would not, end It, speaks very wail ror tne American public. Bvea If Mr. Comatook'a mtatakan activity . hae treaaf ormad our premieae Into aome- what or a public thoreucbrare during theae laat few daya, be ought to be thanked for bavin furnlanod tha.Baeele of N'.w Tork with aa opportunity to enow that they .are ' Which, .for the purposes of a preliminary examination, I car to bear testimony Tho St. Louis Star la Sold. ST. LOUIS. May 14. Announcement was made to-day by Nathan Frank that he had sold The St. Louis Dally Star to Fred Warren and Fred Veon. Mr. Warren, who will continue an editorial dU rectory came from New Tork last September. Edward 8. Lewis of .St. Louts has been elected .President of the publishing company. Tho forces of Mayor Otto WIttpenn of Jersey City won a victory in tho elimination election on Tuesday for Com missioners of Jersey City. Tho returns were not received In full until last ikLrht. They showed that tho voters had chosen an five of the men In' the Wlttoenn bracket. In addition to five others out ' of ninety-one candidates. This would Indicate that Mayor Wltt-senn. though out of office when the five Commissioners of Jersey City, who ere to be chosen on June 10 from the ten selected win be able to control tho city and probably elect three of the five Commissioners. One of 'the Commissioners will prob ably bs Mark M. Fagan, former Re-nuhUcan Mayor of Jersey City.'whoM personal popularity yesterday-made him the high man among tho ten candidates elected at tho primaries, with 12.842 votes, as against 8.304 rotes for tho second man, A. Harry "Moore, a Witt penn Democrat, President of tho Christian Endeavor Society, and at present City. Collector. The third man was Frank Hague, Democrat, leader of the antl-Wlttpenn forces, and a member of the Street' and Water Board, who polled 8.118 votes. Another antl-Wltt penn man. James J. Ferns. . a con tractor, xan fourth, with 8.074 votes. City Clerk John H. Morris of the WItt penn bracket was fifth, with 6.863 votes. City Treasurer Carl A. Schumann, also a WIttpenn man. came next with 6.418 yotes. Former .Polios Judge Joseph F. Farmer, a WIttpenn candidate, was sev. entb with 8,279 rotes: Charles P. QlwelL Assemblyman and a WIttpenn follower. ., - :. v- - - - - ..... ' ..v - - - : - . , : II Over m?3imiMU Mi ; . Drink , the drink' the Nation "drinks mvaelf. PHIL.IPFH ORTIZ. New Tork.' May 14. lets. After Mr. Cometock's Visit to the shon M. Ortls anserted. that he would keev picture on display if be had to d the ralue of his entire stock con testing the point. The great American beverage. ; , Called for everywhere by everybody for its . bright; sparkling deliciousness for its sterling purity and wholcsomcncss bccauie it it to. thoroughly . ; Delicious Refreahiiig Thirst-Quenching Zemanith Genutne Refuse Subrtttutee. I v Sta4 lot Prte SaokM. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA. OA. Wa 5050,04.00 0040 JkX$Sl shoes . 'lmX 5 mm 1 In Greiater New York Greater New York is a new Little Cigar on the map in all sales Mariufacture! s in all over the irlaDbrealdnp- the history of Little Cigar V ' The reason for this unprecedented success of PICCADItLY can be summed up in one sentence PICCADILLY ' is absolutely the first. Little Cigar that is worthy, in the fullest sense, the name "Little Cigar." ' .r ; v " v In the 'smokers have discovered that the only difference between PICCADILLY and: the best Havana cigars is in the size and the rV PICCADILLY . has the same flavor the same qualities of mildness and sweetness -the same aroma as first-class ' j -' ' ' ' a' ,.. i.-j- - day , New-York ; Havana cigars. .. ;': ; Because in making this new Little Cigar we abai doned air the old leaf formulas and. adapted the method of blending the best - cigars made in Havana. We areucing.the finest selected Havana tobacco and employing the very best experts in the manufacturer of PICCADILLY, We realize that air the advertising in rthe world 'will: not induce you to .buy .your second box of PICCADILLY, if the first PICCADILLY Cigar you smoke does notmake good everything we claim for it. But we are entirely confident that every man who tries PICCADILLY will iknow 'that he has found the, sweetest mildest and best Little Cigar i that has ever been produced, and he will stick to PICCADILLY. v Have you given PI CCA- iJiJUUX atrial today rl Look in W. L. Don;las store windows and you will see shoes for &U.&0. A4.00 and -t J50 that are nst as irood in strle. lit and wear as other makes costlnrr $5.00 to 8T.OO. the only difference U the price. Shoes in all leathers, strles and snanes to suit ererTbody. If you could visit V. I louelaa laixe factories at It rock ton, Maft, and see for yourself how carefully W. L. Douplas shoes are maue you wouiu vnrn unuenisnu huj tliey are wtirrantea to lit Detier, looit oetter, hold their shape and wear longrer than any other make for the price. The Beet 2.00 sal $X50 Bora Slioes ia tne WorU. CAUTION trSiS: TAKC TWO SUBSTITUTE. If W.t, rjnnalaa aheaa era not for aale ta ymr TVtntr.. area? a ixt rrom in. immwj aaa Ut auadlataaa ft protH. 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