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THE VM1NU WUivLJ), I Hi) ixauAY, ULUKMliR 1, 1910.
DALY GOES BACK
TO ISLAND AFTER
WHO HID CL
Comedian's Wife, Who Sent i i mi i ri i
Judge M alone Learns I hat
Him There, kisse. Him D , ., . , ,. . c
Pascal Purposely Had r-or-
Pond Farewell. , .. ' . .. .
ger s Hail Forfeited,
Compuny of No. Ill Broadway, w or
In looking Into trip forfeiture. Lawyer
Blfgggll. for the bgflrlifig -onppany,
fOWld 1hat on MWMMII of tiie trifft of
which Knhienholz waa gectlMd the
mp.iny lA already made (food a bond
for hlfTI to the Southern Padflc for
1,M Overlooking (111!-, they had fur
nlahed bond for Mm to the State fof
fL'.ftOO. Thin dlacoveiy made Mr, Bird
a, ill ao atiKry that l ! the were aet
t work to look for fahrenholj!, and
they caught him and took him to rmirt
"I wna here yesterday." t!;e prisoner
InaMUOtialy remarked. "But I'na. al, my
lawyer, aald he rouldn't Ret an ad
journment, so mat Vrnvn my rase eame
up It wootd lw b0 fori n less aevete
JUdflt than Judue MRlnnr. 3o ha told
me to aklp out, ao that tnv bill would
bt forfoltwl and to keep under i-over
for two or three daye."
Judge Matona had Pttirenhoti aworn
hia testimony taken down by the ItfAO.
fraptlff for tranmiaalon to the Appel
late Mivtalon. Fahtetihola pleadrd guilty
to forgery In the aecond degree and
wa remanded to the VogtlM tor aea-
YOUNG FORGERS SENTENCED.
William R Iftly, the Irish eomedtan,
who waa sen the Workhouaa Nov. I
and let mit Nov. U, only had a ahort
acatioo. as it urara, Ma paturnad to
1 lie Island again this morning, looking
very BXttCh peeved and put out about
Ble wife, Mrs. Ada R A Daly of No.
14 WaM (ne Hundred and Sixteenth
otreet, Waj respoasllde for his going
away again to-day, as alia was for lits
original eomniltment and for his tem
porary releiuse. This rtme tne lady in
timates that idle will Ittck, If Mli iloea
t lenka like a long, lianl year for a
oung comedian, formerly In vaude
ville. The actor was brought to the Court of
Domeatle Relations in the early part of
.st month on a summons i harglng hint
with abandonment and non-support.
Mra. Paly, who Is by a good many years
the eenlor of the pair, used to he :i
uealthy widow before aha Waj married
to Daly In MM, She told Magistrate
!larrla that she paid for having hla voice
cultivated, and that thin fall he fi
nanced a company to Htar him In the
; lay of "01,1 Umerlok Town."
She Took the Bank Roll.
"Old LimeHotl Town" got aa far aa
Haltlmore, where stie remonstrated with
him beeai so of hla nttentlon to some
of the fat ialo memnera of the troup".
and, according to hla .story, he atruck
her. She camo to New York, bringing
the bank roll with her. and the ahow
promptly dlshnnded. As soon as Daly
id atr anted sack to Broadway she
swore out a summons for him.
Magistrate Harris put Daly under a
bond of UtMO to pay his wife a week
for one year. He couldn't furnish the
bond and the Muglstrate sent him over
to the Workhouse. For eome reason or
other he didn't like tho houra and the
life at the Workhouse.
Aa Mrs. Paly tells It. a young woman
to whom lor buabeOd bad been at
tentive, called on her and proml.-e.l that
if Mrs. Daly would only procure bis re
Icaee she. the young woman, would go
far. far away and never come back.
Mia. Daly Went to .see the BU.pi 1
penitent and at the sight or hlu In
an led clothes her neart melted too,
Two weeka ago she furnished tho ball
for Mm and he came home.
But he didn't stay mere. The lights
..f the ft vv. v. lured htm back. He
began coming In late at nights, she
sye; then he QUit canting in alto
gether. So last night MM. Daly went
to court and said that In her capacity
aa surely, she wanted to auvnimder
Courteoue in Court.
QaHceman nu-ih.i of the Court Squad
found the actor In bad iU A. M. Daly
protected at getting up In the middle
of the nlgfcit that way he -aid If he
nere round prowling around at such en
unseemly hour he might be mistaken
for a burglar. But M 'hoi Insisted and
the actor put on hi shore-leave clothes
and came along.
For all thai has happened the couple
saow-ed deep gffectlpn, .ne for the
other. In court. rVlo-n Mrs. Daly
mounted the witness stand Mr. Daly
bowed low and gave her u helping hand,
Just as it is done in the third act.
She repaid the eourtesy by warning
him to cover his face, for Rile sew an
artist sketching him. When the Magis
trate ordered him l ark to the Island
he kissed her more In sorrow than In
..tiger, and she wept and fclmoM fainted,
o that Miss MoQuade, the probatlim
othVer. had to support her
Taking it all around, It was Indeed a
very affecting spectacle, But William
B went back to the island.
tin the strength of evbler.ee brought
to Ml attention Bf counsel for the
National Surely I'ompany, Judge Ma
Inne of Oenera! Sessions to-day directed
Wetrlcl Attorney Whitman to call the
attention or the (appellate Division of
the Supreme Court to the conduct of
If OdOf I,. Paacal, a lawyer who ap
peared before him yesterday on behalf
of a client. Judge M alone said he
thought the faetl Which hi turned over
to the District Attorney were enough to
warrant the disbarment of I'nscal.
The ai used lawyer appeared In Gen
eral Sessions yesterday to ask for a
second adjournment In the case of
Harrv I.. Fahrenhol., under Indictment
for forgery in connection with the theft
of merchandise from the plere of the
' South... n t'l.'tfln tl n ft r,.o ,1 rMMMMM
Judge Malone refused to grant the ad
journment. Lawyer Fas. al said hla
client could not be found, and ball of
MiMtb furnished by the National Surety
If You Want
Swisseo Grows Hair, Slops Dandrull
and Restores dray or Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color.
Pragreee r raaaaui anal,
"The Fanama t'atial will he Hnl'licJ a
year before the ache-in I time," declared
Congresaman Andrew .1 Barchftald tf
Fenr aylvanla, win arriiil to-, lay from
Colon on II 0 steamer Zacapa. "but w e
Till not open It to the world oniil Jan. I,
i Walker MaPanaldi twentyihe ygari
j old, who says tie Is a nephew of John
f Bi M 'Donnld, the subway builder, wa
sentenced to the Kluilia Heformatory,
I to-day by Supreme Count Justice Blag,
McDonald and John R, Kearney, foi -
I titer president of the International Bub
lulling Company nt Twentx -eight i
street and Broadway, pleaded amlitj to
forgery in the lecond degree, Kearnej
i w as eentenced to the penitentiary for
eleven month gnd twontynlne daya,
i Detective! from Washington. D. c.,
gnd Florida were in court when ihe two
I were tenteneed wit i warranti for their
! arrest on the same charge,
III HI, I .-e i
IFram tin Chfcage Ntin.l
The young man who graduated some
Weests. igo hail MOUtad a position In the
great business emporium and was there
lo lell than hoW to run the gglMngM
"You want to ktiow a great ,leit,
oung man." said the senior partner.
' Do IT" boasted lha recent graduate.
i s teat ewe ng eitn pride. Ah, sir,
lie tl ii I ,pc. to wake up anil to, -l
lUf self famous."
T u senior member silently opened a
! .Ii kWer In Ids desk and took out a pack-
"Mere yotl are. young mar Take this
I horn., with yo i with my compliments."
; ' Wait is that?"
In alarm Mot k. It will help you to
i wa Ng up."
Swtssoo BHnas Quick Results.
BwfetCO iiroilii'-m MtOltlldilkg rr'iltn bo qiiirkly
lia BBSMd tti.jM- ulio lne QMd it. V! will
prnie it to fOU if iron will setui 10c In Bi1tt or
i.imi lit i'nv :-''.,' :m I M Bill wind you
Irni Inritlf snd OUJ w.uHicrfni tf.tiniiinita,
Tlienr BO fHH'l f'r bahllifMri. Writ tn-dj
to IwtMOO Bstl Htmif1 Q0 4H V K Hquau,
OIsiiIbihH. t iiio.
Dwiisao ii m ule t drugjrlilt ao4 An
dOptrtattBU t TiOo an J 91.00 a huMlr.
Kf Mil bihI n'iiinmunlrl in Ny.tr York fcr all
HtKtr tod Mt-gTituau tnrtH, Ilnkry I'tiarmar, Cts
wel I M fcwey 4 , S hBJSI 'oojef r i . , lha Uth
Htrw)t Hi..r. Mnrj'g, Him:rin rrawforj Co., S,
Aitwr;, llrtHi t. anil 1,.mi.x tit,
Cut out rathartics and nirtatnct. Thty a brotal
-- -in- - -tiinirt . y
Purrir THjeuUr. A
fcntlf m the kf.
fauuuiatM bW. aUKl
i thr bttwei.
Sick Hsaiacks mi l.lajialis. u ritam Wow.
Small Pill, Small Doit, Small Price
Genuine mu u.i Signature
Lord & Taylor
Men ys House Coats and
Appropriate for Christmas Gifts
House Coats of double-faced cloth, well
tailored, in oxford, navy, brown and green
$-.00 to $12.00
Matelasse or Velvet Tuxedo Coats
Silk lined $15.00 to $l8.00
Hanket Robes in a large variety of colon
and deaigm $3.50 to $iS.0O
Terry Cloth Bath Robes imported and
domestic $350 to $13.50
English 1froolen Dressing Cjok hs
$10.50 to $50.00
'Boys' Blanket Robes $3.50 to $5.00
Broadwav & 20tli St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
From New Jersey Tunnel Station
To GREENHUT S
in about 12 minutes.
From Ihe New 33d Street Station
To GREENHUT S
in 2 minutes.
I cave the Train at 19th Street.
.-r Green Trading Slumps wttt, Ali G,h or Chnrge Purchase s rt i'nVerf ine m tr 'n oo n?"
Special Notice lo our
All purchases made from Decem
ber first to lenlh inclusive will be
charged on January accounts and
bill rendered February first.
ARROW DAY-A Good Day to Begin Holiday Shopping
IF YOU have not already begun your Christmas shopping you arc passing many excellent opportunities in ADVANTAGEOUS SELECTION and
PRACTICAL MONEY-SAVING. The first principles of A now Day bear directly upon the subject of gift buying it provides the merchandise
of the day at prices decidedly iowcr than regular. And it is planned so that to-morrow will give you EVERY GOOD REASON for early shopping
with no good reasons for waiting there are only 20 shopping days to Christmas!
Annual Winter Sale of Remnants and Dress Lengths of Silks
AS IN former years this is the most noteworthy event in cut lengths of silks of the entire season, presenting extraordinary values in all the
fashionable silks of the day. Silks for dresses, evening gowns, waists, negligees, children's wear, fancy work, etc. Every color and tint
All In lengths suitable for entire dresses, evening wraps, waists, and shorter lengths for various purposes.
for 58c to 75c Silks,
All Silk Foulards,
All Silk Shantung.
All Silk TaSeta,
All Silk Peau de Cygne,
for 85c to $1.00 Silks,
36-inch Natural Shantunj.
I 40-inch Marquisette,
35-inch Satin Messaline,
Corded Dress Silks,
Crepe de Chines.
! for $1.25 to $1.50 Silks,
36-inch Dress Satins,
35 inch Dress Taffeta,
36-inch Dress Shantung,
40-inch Heavy Dress Marquisette,
42-inch Fancy Dress Chilfon Cloth,
Heavy Diagonal Shantung,
Plaid. Stripe and Fancy Silk.
for $1.75 to $3.50 Silks,
$3.00 double width Crepe Meteor,
$3 00 double width Crepe Chartreuse,
J.50 double width Chiffon Bordure,
$2.00 double width Satin Crepe,
j$1.75 double width Crepe de Chine,
j $1.75 double width Faconne Foulard
52 00 double width Crepe Meteor
Remnants and Dress Lengths of $1.00 to $1.50 Corduroys and Velveteens, yard, 78c and 98
MMa Floor Orrrnhut nd c'unHny -On Hl I' rlilij
yard for part silk Muslins, fancy
Arrow Items on tH
If yara tor pari sun
72 C effects for evening
$1 fifi for Navy. Sharkskin Suiting, 54
I .UU inches wide ; usually $150.
$1.50 Black Diagonal Serge, 54
inches wide ; good jet black,
$1.00 Plaid Winter Cloakings,
inches wide ; good colorings,
dozen for $1.50 to $2.50 Knives,
Forks and Spoons.
$6.45 Cluny Scarfs, trimmed with
Clunv lace ; size 20x54.
for $125 Silkoline Comfortables.
C daA wifli nn re rotton.
$3.95 Madeira hand embroidered
scalloped Luncheon Cloths at
An. for 95c White Kid Bows
Roses ; also Velvet Flowers.
$1.50 and $2.00 Untrimmed Shapes,
in velvet, silk or bengaline, at
Only 350 Women Can Secure These
Extraordinary Bargains in Women's
Winter Suits and Dresses
oq for Children's Flannelette Drawers
J7C sizes 4 to 12 years
$1 50 Combinations, ol line nain
sook ; handsomely trimmed , at
for Women's $175 Flannelette
Dressing S a c q u c s ; emb. edge.
A I. . i
cse rtrrow irems on rne
for $2.00 Linen Shirt Waists,
smartly tailored, pearl buttons
$2.00 Corsets ;
type of figure,
models for every
for Children's Night Drawers ; very
Children's Warm Night Gowns ;
very special at
for Comfortable Baby Skirts, made
0f soft Warm flannelette.
fashions in wom
en's outer wear
odd sizes and
small lots of the
styles of messaline
silk, eoliennes and
Formerly up to $35
Some of the most-tnlked-of
the season are in
cluded. Street or
evening colors. Net
al' sizes in each style.
Women's Odd Cloth
Skirts at $ 1 50
and dressy mod
els. Formerly $3.95
K.r.1 rioer-OtNehtit ..id crn,,,,0n :),! rmti
In I , I . I . ' I .VVvJ
in j En w n
It's an occasion of
such values are
not offered any
where in New
York City to-day.
ew models, in
ots, tweeds and
Formerly up to $35
0 oats are lined
AT with guaranteed
Ff satin. Not every size
in each style, but
plenty of medium
sizes, up to 46.
Women's $4.50 Sweaters, of best Q
quahty wool, in white and colors,
for Children's $2.50 Coats;
pretty styles ; sizes 2 to 6 years.
Babies' White Caps, warmly lined .
for Women's $1 50 Flannelette
Pajamas, in a variety of pretty colors.
$4.50 Jersey Top Petticoats, with
flounces of heavy taffeta
for $1.50 Night Gowns, of fine nain
sook or long cloth, pretty styles,
These Arrow Items on the
Verona Velour Portieres, hand- ga r
usually $12.50. fy.OU
for real Marie Antoinette Lacei
Curtains, on beat bobbinet.
Street Coats at $9.75
of fine quality
$3.25 Lace Curtains, Cluny ef
fect, mounted on cable net.
for heavy Tapestry
Covers, in Oriental color
50c Pillow Tops, stamped for em
broidery, including backs,
Children's 50c Toques, in white,
garnet and brown ; non-shrinking, at
rv Children's 85c Sweaters, in
J"C white and red.
for $6.00 and $7.00 Messj.rtne or
Taffeta Silk Petticoats.
for Smoker's Stand 26 in. high
2 cigar holders, match box.
Women's and Children's $4 50
Blanket Robes, choice colors.
for Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Flan
nelette Night Gowns; good quality,
$5.50 Wilton Rugs; choice
designs; size 36x63 inches.
for $3.75 Wilton Rugs, size
27x54 inches ; many designs.
50c Flannelette Petticoats ; fine qual
ity, striped effects or white,
50c Burlap Head Rests,
braided ;. fringed at ends.
Special Arrow Sale of
Hand-made Fur Hats, $3.95
JUDGING from the appearance of these Hats, you
would probably think them priced at about $8 or $10. Here is
one you will say at once is Black Lynx that would cost about $10.
Although it looks like black lynx It is of Russian hare, an ex
cellent imitation, and is priced In this sale at only $3.95 I Then
there is one of White Cony that imitates white fox. The
trimmings are well up tothe standard of high priced hats, flowers,
gold roses and artistic novelties. Notwoalike. Every hat is care
fully hand made really exceptional bargains tomorrow at $3.95.
Main Floor -Urvvnhut and n,,-..:
$3 and $3.50 Heatherbloom Petticoats
Extraordinary Values At $1.65
THE fame of Hcatlurblooni Petticoats is too well
known to need any comment, lleatlierbloom Is "silk's only
rival" in rustle ;in 1 appearance, and is most satisfactory in
wear as it will not crack, This unprecedented sale of $3 anil
$3.50 genuine HgRtherbloom Petticoats is for Arrow Day only.
Choice of many styley, with deep sectional, plaited or embroid
ered flounces, in all the newest colors and I lru-1 . Ex lln
ary values at $1.65.
Hut Floor Urwnhut ml OoMPtU Ol Hi- Frl'ir
A New Kind of Holiday Goods Store in Our Biisiment
Dolls, Toys, Books,
Games, Pictures and
Gift Articles by
Hundreds at Notably
Boys' $3.00 and $4.00 Winter Suits
or Reefers at $1.98 and $2.95
THESE Raiments are selected from our regular $3
and $4 lines handsome tailored
Suits and Overcoats of warm woolen
fabrics, specially priced for Arrow Day
at one-third below real value.
At $1.98 $2.95
Norfolk and Doublr-breastcd Suits
Ages 7 to 17 years, and Russian or Sailor
Blouse Suits ; ages 3 to 8 years ; solid colors
or fancy mixtures ; some of the suits have
two pair of trousers.
Navy blue or neat mixtures ; flannel lined
ami sleeve emblems; velvet or auto collars;
ages 3 to 10 years.
Long Winter Overcoats, $4.95
Wool fabrics ; single or double breasted
Riodgltl some with convertible collars; in
gray or brown ; ages 8 to 17.
Chinchilla Haifa $4.95
Positively all wool, in blue, gray, also neat mixtures or over
plaids, with flannel linings and velvet collars; ages 3 to 16.
l'irt riu,r Orfrutint ant t "mp,i i
iGreenhut and Company, Sixth Avenue, 18th to 19th Street, New York City
More Formerly Occupied
by B. AJtmen & Co.