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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, November 23, 1903, Night Edition, Image 9

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i lIAR KINCSlEY
r1 WAS KIDNAPPED
J ofMlssing Clubman Say
1IJRheyAre Forced to the Con
Vblusion thatHeIs Beihg Held
a Captive
flJSBAGGAGE FOUND AT
S t GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT
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stery fs Added to the Case
v bythpStatement of Railroad
l pnployees that He Alighted I
t IfrohuTrain at Rutland Vt
r1 iZifi1today of thrbaggugof
flXtor llanpl tfle 1Iflfl
MI to the ttaffag rooui of the
1ncont2rDepot and the Allura of
Irtfctawrf detectives tofocatertheroiss
top man or rain a olngla du tohl
fflWDeafcouta led to tha atetemem be
1rr4 aaid today tftr Mr Alexander T
i Aon thc attorney vho tI assisting In
j 1IiI > > searathat Mr Kinsley was either
I ttwnjr held contlve by kidnappers or
Wet ta wandering1 about the country
rfcjnporftrily aberrated
tl do not believe this last can be tie
i t said air Mason Wo have
weirchea every hospital and town to
1 which he could have gone when he
I irtarted for Rutland Vt on the night jjf
1 KevtU Ke have aot found him or any
p trace of him and thero Is only one con
elusion td draw I do not believe Jlr
ilr KtagTsley has disappeared Intentionally
41 t ashas been susyestal It has been aaU
kJ 1f thnt the bag rajd was placed In the
r r Grand Central Station before his disap
i 1L r pearance The reason It has not been
f Il found before was that there are such
i piles of Uigage In the station that the
p ut case and hand satchel were prob
1 ably lost
I 1llstelY Grotrlnar Darker
6Ior mystery is added to the flndlnc
I otJ tile basrgage by a statement from a
it O aduotor on the Grand Central train
r that went to Rutland on the night of
tIf Air IClngaleys disappearance
tl certainly saw Mr Kinsley he
told the detectives who arc searching
I for Mr Kingsley He was on my train
aijd got off at Rutland lie carried a
suit case and a hand satchel I saw
tlto purcer help him oft at the Rutland
station
f he conductors statement Is borne
o t by a Burlington Vt man who de
cl ed that ho too had eeen Mr Kings
let on the train I
n havent been able to learn the
dine of thQ man yet Mr Mason said
i The story seems pissing strange
Jf this was Jlr Klnzalev on the train
thjb detectives are asking where tho bag
f sake camo from that was found In the
I Grand Central station and which toilay
wss Identified as Jtr Klngsleys There
Istojo record kept of the time bnBffaRo Is
left nt the station and It Is possible
that the bafwaga WitS loft there after
AIr lvlncslov8 llsdppciirancp
Carrloil Only n Hniitl Satchel
t TVhen he left the homo of his omitIn
cuE Hugh Baxter of Mo tSS IHfth ave
nue on the iiftornoou of lis disappear
anre ho cirrlexl only the hand satchel
nnjl the suit ciiso which have slncu hcun
Idfntlftad as his If lie curried tho sumo
lUKpase when he alighted from the train
at Rutland then he must have pur
chased others after checking those at
the Grand Central station
If ho Is being held captive the detec I
tlrcs argue that the luggage could have
I ben returned there and checked for the
rnoto of throwing puraucrs off their
t rfoso
J Ilio reward of toOO offered by Mr
Thlxtir for Information that will lead to
I a tho whereabouts of Mr Kliifisley brought
a A large number of letters to Mr MaHtm
ijday They were not considered slg
I nfllcant Vhllc hey acre being openeil
t iQlr Kingslcys younger brother was In
Mr Masons office lie Is diligent In his
rearch for his brother and said today
that he shared Mr Masons belief that
SUngsley was being held captive
Believe Ills Ilrotlicr Kidnapped
il do not think that my brother would
Intentionally disappear he said Truo
trocontly road him a book about a man
nrfto lost ihb Identity nnd concealed him
I sole from his family and friends and he
WILe interested in it My brother would
not have the adroitness disappear In
< ail3 way even were lie so Inclined It
Uf possible that lie was token 111 on the
train and that h > Is now confined In
some sanitarium unablo tn make known
his name or addrou Thin however
would ncoin like grasping at straws
Tbeao sajjltorluma all know of my
brothora disappearance and would cer
tainly communicate with us wero ho In
any of them
No ono who knew Mr KIngsley be
llevca Ihat ho committed suicide
TJwj Plnkortona and Moon > v Boland
have been called Into the case It Is
tb opinion that If I Mr Klngaley was
Hldnupped and Is beTnp held captive
I hi was taken after he loft the train at
l q tland
II 1 Ul ofJDorta to learn the description of
I t 10 man who chocked tho Uaergage at
11 l a Grand Central Station failed Thou
II nds of Demons check baggage every
t V hours and the baggage masters
x lId not aid tile detectives bylurnlsli I
li S n single clue
I
it READ AT 97 AFTER ACCIDENT
L A red woman Vs Thrown from
V Carriage While Drlrlnir
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r rEIwIAiUC Nov 23Mze Prances
jurr mother of Mrs Peter Itauck wife
othao wealthy brewer died tit her tome
on IXcurrlson avenue Harrison today
Bho was nlnotysoven years old
Mis KUTZ was Injured in a runaway
t accident three weeks n go and tailed to
l uncover from Urn shook sustained She
WM drfvlnR In Branch Brook Park with
her oowhmnn and maidwhon the horses
san away Mrs KUTZ was thrown out
n4 severely Injured
I TOLD HER HOW TO BOIL EGGS
lien 5Ixe Wife Him Hnlmnd
Taken to nollevuc
I XVTian Mrs Mary Heajoy the wife or
Michael llealey n carpenter thirtysix I
I y irs old ot No m Vest Fortieth I
J jtreet went to boll come eggs for her I
Jt stands breakfast this morning the I
til In slopped her I
I r You dont cook them prop lJy ho
F 6 B Id to her You should break them
n44 then put thorn Into the cookbook
I I sit the book keep It closed for five
1 minutes open It and the eggs will be
li wwly fried There you are now RT >
Tins henley sent for Patrolman An
dtrstw of tho West Sixtyeighth street
tntlan nnd the carpenter was sent ta
SWIevueHospital be examIned rjuto
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SHAM BOELET MAY
NOW BE IN EUROPE
Father of James Abeel > Who
Proposed Marriage to Miss
Anderson Under False Name
Believes He Sailed Away
Cot Alfred Abeel father of Junes
Abeel who issaid to have posed ns J
Ogden Go let Jr when he propose
marriage Eleanoo Anderson the pret
ty operator In the rand Ho
tel Is in Now York and registered at a
Broadway hotel
It was at this hotel that the son made
his headquarters and wfhcrc he met as
eodates andit Is the hope of tM father
> to find there some trace of the young
man
Col Abcel who U a wellpreserved
old Kentlomaa of the Southern school
came to Now York o little over a week
< < IrO and remained a tow days at the
dome of a friend E T Sleyftoa One
Hundred and Second street anJ Central
< Park West
X iumt Found UI Bon
Believing that be would fca able to
hear mor If he lived where hla tbn
was better known ha moved down to
the Broadway hotel To an Evening
World reporter today Col Abe 1 MId
Hie had not seen Vboyaung man and did
not know when he could find him A
friend of Col Abeel said
Col Abeel believes that hU son has
fled to Europe Ho would like to know
where to find him He la anxious to as
sist him In any way he can He U con
ducting a little private Investigation on
his own account Inthebellerthat his
son was not alone In this affair For
that reason lie Is trying to become ac
quainted with the young mans asso
ciates and from them learn details
which have not yet been mads public
If Col Abeel has seen any members
ox MIss Andersons fanily none of
them would admit It MIss Anderson
sold to be In the city but Ia visiting a
friend and Is not at her own home
Uoelcli to Prosecute Him
De Lancey Nlcoll attorney for the
Ocelot estate said today that Col
Abeel had not called on mm and that
It would bo useless for him to do BO
because the Qoclets were determined to
prosecute James Aboel to the limit of
tho law No Intercession will be heed
9r
ed
ed8upt IVagtrnfeuer of the Mooney i
Boland Detective Agency said oday
ho did not believe James Abeel had fled
to Europe His agency hon been em
ployed By the Goelet estate to find
Abed He said that every steamer sail
Ing from New York and Philadelphia
had been watoliod and that the young
man had jQt ailed
1 believe he Is hldl in the vicinity
of New York aid Wagonfeuer but
I WOuld like to know What we are to
do when we find him We cannot
causo hli arrest as there Is no warrant
or indictment against him All we can
do Is to report that we know where he
is
5000 FOR A TAILORS LOVE
ZelkoiTiU Olunt Now Par the Jenl
oua Huilmud
Mendel Zeizowitz a tailor did not ap
pear to defend when the suit of Sam
Krcnnkl his Journeyman who sued him
for alienating Ms wlfee affections was
called for trial before Justice Glider
alcove and a jury In the Superior Court
today
tod8un
Sam testified that be and his wife hal
been married seventeen years and were
living In Attorney street when he en
tered the employ of Zelkowiti Otw day
Krensl announced that he iwas cuing to
Bath Beach and might etay till morn
Ing hour later he returned home to find
himself locked out He effected an en
trance by tho lire escape Ha testlfld
that as the enter U by the back window
his boss made his exit by the front door
The Jury rendered a verdict for 5000
damages
KILLED BY FIRE ENGINE
NHW HAVEN Conn Nov iJAlex I
Welnlck sixty years old was run over
and killed by a Fire Department engine
which was responding to an aI linn to
day Voln1ck was crossing the street
and did not notice the approach or tho
engine In time to save himself The
wheels of the heavy machine parsed
over his cheat and he was dead when
picked up
SUICIDE KEPT HIS
SECRET IH DEATH
Before Turning On the Gas He
Carefully Removed Every
Mark from His Clothing That
Would Identify Him
A nelldronsed middlelifted man nn
found dead In bed In Qfensliers Hotel
Tenth avenue near Twentythird street
today from gas poisoning In lila mouth
was a rubber tube which hn had at
tached to n gas get
The mans clothes were of exceptional
quality but he had carefully cut from
them every name tag or Initialling that
might reveal his Identity He had even I
cut out the name of the maker from n
new pair of patent leather shoes lie
had done the same with his linen and
underclothing There was nothing In
the pockets of his clothing besides 123
tn money
The miui was of medium height
weighed 190 pounds and had dork
brown hair and mustache slightly tinged
with gray Ha wore a coat of black
arse a dark vest with red spots
Btrlped trouftcrs and patent leather
hoes
lbs man went to the hotel last night
walking from the direction of the
Twentythird street Pennsylvania ferry I
lie registered ns John Smith of New
town N Jlle went to his room after
ordering a bottle of fleer and a sand
wich After n waiter had taken Uw
bcor to him hu was not seen until his
body wan dl cov rod today lie still
held III one hand a copy of the Wash
ington Pol of yesterdays date
THROWS UMBRELLA AT CAR
llrrnU Wlliilorr llyil lnpICIIger
iiul Ilic Ihrowcr b ArreMeil
With on umbrella In ono hand and u
hammer In the other Michael Kelly I
thirty fotir cars old a laborer of No
tim > Eighth avenue came out of a saloon
at Amsterdam avenue mid KlRhtyflrst
street 10day aid signalled the motor
man of ui oncoming car to stop for
him Tho car did not Stol so accord
In < to several nftnesicw and Patrolman
Kenny of tho Wost Sixtyuphill street
station the liborrr threw the umbrella
and thfn tim luumncr at tho fnst dls
niiiiPiirlne car
Tln umbrella went throujrh one of thi
car window the ROSS falling on n
pjssontrcr lolls niirRclolecn of No 49
Vcst One Hundred and Fourteenth
street and cutting lilni
Kelly was nMhe to the station house
bv 1ntrolman Kenny and locked tip on n
chargw of dlrordorly conduxt Uuruel
olr ii nion attended by a private pity
dlclan and taken home
OLD COURT CRIER DEAD
NEWARK N J Nov MRlcluirrt
T Harris for many years court crier
In the Court of Common leas here died
it his home In I > rry street today
He was entyflvo years old and leave
n WIdOW and several children
Avoid Unscrupulous Druggists
Who try to palm off on tho unsuspecting public siilistltutvu all of
which are worthless and often harmful When Inlying I
Hunyadi DOS
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NATURAL LAXATIVD MINERAL WATER
ISo sure sno buy It by the both ftd ilwiy ask fr HunyiJI Jnno Hull M aIDI j
II you buy by the 1se you may be Imposed ups
This Natural Mineral Wnler luirncrlbcd hf Ihyilclans all orrr the World and
tithe beat known remedy for StbuJuch trouble and la a positive cure for I
CONSTIPATION
IIMlhal IDU CRT HinjKlJ JaM Ut on bottle U Ku with red ctnlre
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The Store That Saves You Money
Brooklyn Entire Block Fulton From Bridge to Duffield St Brooklyn
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Tuesday I
Double Stamps I
With Cash Purchases I
That means we give 2 S H Green Trading I
Stamps instead of 1 with cash purchases I
No Trading Stamps given with C 0 D goods
Wednesday Red Letter Day
Any person visiting our Stamp Premium Room
and presenting their book will receive 100 worth
of Green Trading Stamps Free no purchase re
quired
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C Easy Way to Wash
Millers Soap made with Naptha
does all the real hard part of the
washing while you wait and rest i
w Itlifts the dirt out of the fabric I
a loosens it so just a little rubbing I
leaves everything snowy white
andstrong as evereven stronger
MILLERS I
I SOAP
Marl with Wap to i
I will remove any spot or stain
1 with little effortits the fiend
I of the cloth The cake isthe lar
gest ever made but the price is
just the same as you are ac
customed to pay Sold by
I allgrocers For everything
but clothes use Millers it
Powerine with Ammonia 4
the quick cleanser
PENNSYLVANIA SOAP CO L
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I This Is the Last Hundred of Those
8050 Dinner Sets at 469
If you wish to tab advantage of this
most extraordinary of otTers better do
so tomorrow for youll probably not
gel another chance
They are of thin American porcelain
daintily decorated with pretty blue
spray flowers every piece ornamented
with gold line edge The sets consist
of too pieces including the following
12 Tea Plates 12 Soup Plates I 12 Tea Cups and Saucers
12 Dinner Plates 12 Sauce Plates I 1 Platter medium size
12 Individual flutter Plates I I Platter lars size
2 Covered Vegetable Dishes I 1 Covered Soup Tureen
a Open Vegetable Dishes I 2 Pickle Dishes
1 Sauce Boat and I Covered Butter Dish
> Other stores advertise sets similar to these
as great specials at 545be on hand tomorrow 469
and secure one for
Third Floor Mnh fit Brctlon
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In Boys
Good Clothing I
I We Quote Five Splendid Values I
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The clothes for boys that we sell are the
sturdy sorts and in this instance we save you I
almost half on every item I
Boys 75c Corduroy Knee Pnnts 29c
Boys 3 Winter Suits 7 to 15 years
139
2
t Boys 350 Winter Overcoats 4 to 14
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F years 175
I Boys 450 Suits and Overcoats 3 to
7 16 years 295
Young Mens 10 Winter Suits and I
Overconts 695
I Second liner iWth fit Ittllnn
Dainty Crepon Kimonos 137
We secured a lot of these excep I
tionally pretty kimonos at a price
which allows us to quote this splen
did value for tomorrow
They are made of woven dotted
I rep on full length in white pink
avender red blue and black with 4 I
shirred yokes and gracefully Ilowing I
full wide sleeves effectively gar
nished with Persian satin ribbonall
sizes Tomorrows really 1 37 I
remarkably little price
Second Floor Mlh tit SectIon
I U More Important Hews mtheYT
PreHoliday Watch Sale
r With bargains without limit and quality
iJ the finest in every instance this sale will
prove a recordbreaker Come and look I
over the stockyoull see just what you
want 3 49 for Womens 10 Enamelled Watch
Ovi Sets
In all the daintiest colorings of green garnet
pretty turquoise box c chatelaine to matchall In a
375 for Mcn > s and Womens 1000
Watches
Sizes 6 and 18 with sevenjewelled celebrated
standard American movements stem winders and
setters goldtilled ass guaranteed for five years bv miiiifzcturer and or
selves vananted pnet iiIeieeperS
13 Q5 and 1650 for Mens and Boys Solid Gold Watches In blest
thin model style lilted with Waltham and Elgin movements open or
hunting case styles
185 for 550 Solid Silver Watches Stem winders and setters hand
I somely engraved tilted with Swiss movements Main ri rnmt Centre
BooKs for Xmas Gifts
In a Special PreHoliday Sale 1
1 Of course youve plenty of books marked down on your Christ
mas list and Bloomingdales book store is THE place to do your buy
inw if von rnre about s1vinp much on everv mirchase von make I
Kiplings Indian Tales ui m
superb presentation edition
elegantly printed and bound
nicely Illustrated special sale
price 165
Marion norlands Cook
Book New and complete edi
tion Special sale price 148
Ulrls I Have Met Special sale
price 7c
TheBoof Weddings telllne i
what to do and how to do It I
special sale price 120 I
The Brides Book an elegant
souvenir with beautiful colored I
plates special sale price 186
Our Babys History prettily
printed In delicate colored tints
and daintily bound in blue and I
white special sale price 88c
Sloth Floor l > th HI Section I
Sale llh Fur Coats I
1 There isnt a woman in the land who wouldnt be delighted with II
a handsome fur coat as a Christmas tokenand here they are in
nentv for choosin with rare savings on every one
J25 for45 Nearseal l Coats
29 for 50 Nearseal Coats
Trimmed with large deep revers
and turnover cuffs of nutria beaver
Alaska sable baum marten and
opossum
75 for 123 Persian Lamb Coats
With large collar and revers of
mink and baum marten
65 for 100 Persian Lamb Coats
39 for 65 Nenrscnl Coals J
Very rich and handsome trimmed
with beautiful mInk Persian Iamb
and Alaska sable
95 for 200 Sealskin Coats
c 225 for 375 Genuine Alaska
PLJ Sealskin Coats
Second Floor Oth St Section I I
Sale of Sterling r Silver I
Nothing more desirable or more acceptable as Christmas gift
than articles in sterling silver
And from our unrivalled stock of over 50000 worth the field
I for choosing fc indeed vast I
Every article in collection is guaranteed 9251000 fine II
Sterling Silver Toilet Novel
ties Including buttonhooks
tiles and tooth brushes special
each 19c and 29c
Sterling Sliver Mounted Hat
Pinsspecial each 15c and 24c
Cold Cream Jarswith sterling
silver tops 29c
Whisk Brooms with sterling
silver handles 8Sc
SterlIng Sliver riounted I
Clothes Brushes 219 I
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
BLOOMINUDALES
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Toilet etsconslsllng of ster
ling sliver mounted comb and
brush 195 J
Sterling Silver Pocket Match
Safes the new French gray I
finish 69c and 98c
Sterling Sliver Napkin I
RlnKS9flc 119 125
139 and 169
Sterling Silver Mounted
Brush and Comb Sets 250
Slain Floor Front Centr
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f d Avenue 39thand6othStreets4
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Ladies Trimmed Hats I
SiOOOO1OOO and H 1500 I I j
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There are few ladies in Greater New York who
are not thoroughly familiar with the splendid reputa
tion and recognized superiority of ONeilLs Millin t
ery For years they have been leaders in the importa I
tion and production Ladies Headgear bearing the
marks of individuality and exclusiveness
There may be some ladies however who have not paid
a visit to the new department on the second floor and
therefore we mention incidentally that it is the largest the k
finest and best arranged millinery department in the city
The assortments arc the most varied you will see any
where and in the untrimmed department the different
styles and colors are grouped in a way that is pleasing to
the eye and makes selection a source of pleasure rather i
than worry
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A Most Exceptional Lvent for rj
Tuesday and Wednesday November 24 and 25
Turbans
Made of velvet and braid in black and black 1
c nn
and white trimmed for practical use j jJOUU
> Toques 1
A number of miroir velvet Toques nice
quality velvet draped crown front of jet > 700
stylishly trimmed j T
Dressy Hats jff
Of medium size nicelytrimmed with very
fine materials J H 1000
Handsome Hats
In a diversity of styles suitable for all occa l
sions reduced to i pLJuu
Secondfloor
Untrimmed fiat Department
Exceptional Bargains for Tuesday and Wednesday J jjj I
Ladies Tailor Suit Hats
A number of LadiesTailor Suit Hats in ast1 nft I
sorted colorsFormerly 195 for this sale J HUU
Scratch Felt Hats i
250 dozen Scratch Felt Hats satin and plain
stitched bindings in light colors tans greys 75C
and champagneformerly 145
Ladies Tailor Suit Hats < r
An entirely new collection fresh from the
hands of our own designers trimmed with fine f348
materials and presenting the very latest ideas I
OSTRICH PLUMES
Probably the finest assortment in the city black white ii
and colors i
148 175I190 248 up to 2000 f
Scrond Floor
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fine Silk Ribbons
For Thanksgiving Decorations and Fancy Work 1
SATIN and TAFFETA in all desirable shades
31A inches wide value 25c yard at 19c
4K inches wide value 29c yard at 22c
6 inches wide value 40c yard at 33c
We employ expert Bow makers who will tie all styles pf
Bows free of charge if Ribbon is purchased here
First tloor
Sixth Avenue 20th to 21st Street Ikl t
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UmONil1C iN i i
400Hammock Couches 2 98 Each
Regular Price 500 t
Sizes 28 inches wide
and 6 feet long The r t
lonf
frames are all steel t f 7
i 20 The fabric is the best
I National steel sup tii
ported by 38 oiltem ii
I pered helical springs r
This makes an ideal
couch or bed and they I
Y are guaranteed for 5
years fourth Floor
Sixth Avenue 20th to 21st Street
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