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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1910.
AS POLICE FIND
Society Woman 's Play in Verse
Is Based on a Grecian Legend
GEMS IN TRUNK
lcestis,"by Mrs. Alfred W
staft .Jr.. " loo's foot," l
Charles A. Davis, Arrested in
Plainfield, Confesses Falsify
ing Check in New Haven.
Wpfiial in Tl BrMriH WfttM.i
I". MM-lKI.D. . .i. Dte, l.Chartaf
A nh, Kih Oharlei a KoDontM,
No mi arraatN !irr Nov, on a
a irga ,,f torffln ,, :1, sv
ItaVlft, Conn., whtah wns tasl ..n
: proprietor of iho Duean Houae, has
onfoaaod and Strrn up Mi tight sffatnM
Aft: Dvi eonfooaad tii po'.in. h.
unilncl MVOn huge trunk!" Ii hail Iff t
Kt Trti! Hall wliere ha stopped on his
n-rivai here t.ip March raveeM
ko.1s valued Kt Hwusaaei of dollars,
laoludlni aaalakin coatt, stove, iiiver-
were and ether fawolrr, Craw the
maitrtai in ti.e room ee itplad by Dsyla
aa hi mft to rub rr ranifleaaion
ft.inipa an I a full OUrfll if rlfb or IJrpe
wro four.1. Thr stamp boro the Im
print of IhO American Hank an.t TrjKt
I'ompaiiy of Portland, Oro,, p, i. Mo
.NVw York lOOlOty hn ha,l lt rcn
RltOd pool sine last oor when Mrs
Alfrcl WnLVtaff Ir. of No. :i Kant Klfty-
fourtti itrooi published her urst rolumi
of wrapi ".M',.1 anil Other l'oemi.."
Hip tm aiN have a ch.m.e to altaoai
lira, WaK-iafl'x dObllJ n a playwrlitht
this aft,': nn i i at IhO i:.-: k. Thcitro,
whern iho Coburn Plereri wttl product
".v 'citlOt" by Blancha aVioamakor V;n-
T.ip play is doACribOd nn on orlSleSl
onoacl pIpi h in Kiielliti veree imsi.i on
I'm- ill irrik lest-rnl of Alcottll and
Admetni. Aftor in Now Yuri produO'
Hon "Ateaatla" is te M irran at Vaitsu
Will Hit ml tlnitir Hail Hpihii
Itr, Pallor . PaDai .
i ommlaatonor nf Accounti Raymond
it k.i. lick and tho May r hava had
a heeri t.i haan talk at result of
arhlchi thp OonMnlsaloner arm again aub
mlt a report on the can ..' In. nnle:
C. Potior, to ti e etty'a RMoutltra,
in laplelnlns hli pooltloa laday.
I 'naVlllssUltlpl Kos.li, k ,M 'Tliprn alia
wavis s . in eieion ,,s oMMtned I ne.i-a t.i .
BALLOONING IS BEER.
MOW OHI.KANS, Dee, 1 "Dalloon-
; Inn l a barral of boor, nrnplnntn.: a
irink ,,f whiskey." tetd Austin Pool,
nho, nfler OataMllhlni an American
balloon ip ord witii Haw toy, antorad an
aar iptam meet hero to-, lay.
"If you nrp thinly you want the OOOr I
f u Hlmulntlon tvhlekey." lie continued,
They ' aye bOJII working Hit the tml-
li'n fur l:tl pjii. It oi.ly within
I ,, lait 'litre or four yr-irs that diu m
boon don! to dOVOlOP the aeroplane.
Walt until they have aarfced more than
a amlury with the aeroplane an, I we
, , an tall where the two aland."
m IALTY iiorsE in
WORSTED KNIT COCS
TID JAI KKTfan.l
VaataM unto II I 00
Wonted it rn it Pin
Lab id .lackPI. St lid
i., 7 PWBAVM
( (IATM for Infants.
MImoi Boya, Man
anil H omen. ilovet.
In V tiol ami Silk.
KNIT I UK K-
VI E l H ami Hosiery
for Slen. Women
6th Av.. No.399 24tn&2diiiSls.
250 Messalinc Petticoats, nc
With deep plaited flounce, faaTaJ
Refularly S-5. 7.i
23d STREET. WEST
w B Umi i tfiti Ivmfi n li
Waist Special Extraordinary
For Friday Only:
192 Dressy Waists
Incomplete and odd MaortmCtlta
taken directly from the Rerun!
stock. Season's latest models, in
Chiffons over Persians, Chiffons
over solid color silks and Messalines
in various shades.
ALL TO BE CLOSED OUT AT
Lord & Taylor
No c o n. s
No Mail Orders
mro'JI i three miMitera.
The priaoaor aaaarted after hli an est
t iat he naa a native Oft Trur ,, . s.,
and that ha was a Proa Maaon, ub.
jected to ,i teit by two local Maeofti, it
Wal fOUnd ths.t he w is n frau. 1. Me had
majnod Judai w in am a. Oaddlniton
to iig-ht tho pxtraiition proooadtogi
whleh had been begun IgalAet urn at
T ran ton and appeared to be plentifully
provided with money. Me I' a.eom
,'.navi by Inn wife. They have a year-
Id baby. Davtl Is aaM to haie been
attanpttag ta " i aoma of the aeaj
Mm Hails a petite, han.lsome ami
about twenty .five yetr,- old. s.ie t )ok
ier huaband'a confoaeton cool l v,
o nniPii mliundeiotandtnc
to our lin'mtlgaMon of the
Charitable ImttlullotM ofl
Pottar was the head that 1
AUDIENCE STAYED FOR FIRE.
liec 1.. S'pe itaea .-.f I
a moving pleture ahow at Mount Wash- !
Inftan. a auburb, sat mill last night i
u hllo names ,levourel 'he i.lj; ,-it.vas
uhlPh the phturej were thrown
As if determined to have their nlokot'a
worth of excitement, they .-almiy
awaited the arrival of the fire, engines
,nd instead ,,f tleelr.g n p,u.;.- w.'ien
t.iefhen entered, the tn -five or more
men and boya in tho h..ll had to be
dere I our so as to male room for the
w hi -,i Pr
feel I rtliouul make a statement.
"Monday 1 ehowed the Mayor a re
port In UrhlOh 1 advlaod agalnat the
appointment of ir. Potter to tho po-
Oitlon of director of the Ambulnnc-e
Hoard The Mayor .'Id that he did nut
frei that my cottclualon was auppopted
and asked me to lubflllt a, I, tailed BtatO-
ment. Isi purauanci of this request. I
shall to-day hand him such a state
ment. The report that I Intend to re
sign is wholly untrue."
WE'LL PAY $25 FOR FIFTY W0RDS
( all anil we'll lurttlh you a .tuin-
ple of Morel's S'a Lily BUd Cream
free. I se it, then describe in fifty
words or lata Iti proparliai as they
appeal to yott, Tbj person whose
description is considered the best ly
competent judfea will receive $10 in
cash. For the second I, est descrip
tion we will (five Hi '""I for 'he next
ten best a 1 jnrof Morey's Sea Lily
Skin ( rcanieaih. Descriptions uiust
bereceivetl by noon. Dee. 1.5. 1010.
If you cinuot procure Itoffy'l Sa Ulr
PVin rrram of your dnuifflft call fur your Uft
0. H. MQREY O.I.. 45W.341H ST..NEWYORK
franklin Simon Si Co,
Fifth Avenue 37th and 38th Sts.
Will Close Out Friday
02 Women's Dresses
for Street and Evening Wear
Hinh and Low Neck Models
of silk crepe de Chine, satin, embroidered voile or chiffon
over silk, velve een, broadcloth, .serge and eolienne.
richly hand embroidered', braided or lace trimmed.
Heretofore $34.50 to $59.50
NO AI TFVTIONS
y m r ? 4
$ 1C L E
I fur 1 iv rrlM tf ' "'tl" mill I urji-i s.nrit, 111 nirililf iihi
f iirnlnh your
n l jurrisa 111: tf r
Uuarl 'id na.
r .I, ...lit, r iir, ,
fleiahl mlrrer ll' )f) Jit "I
::ni i ,lr:e :' .
1 0 1 ; ii
of selld Qoldsa Oaki has
, '. ! " ." beautlf ,1 Iron Ill i
,H,n,l. ,1 ft. slaw feel. .,,, r,,... m;l.
M.ttH.av mi atur- trioeil rl h 1.11111,11. Iti I
I mil III I
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It 1 1 ..I kk. 111751
M. i aliie ILV(M li.lO
at 171, 1111, 1H Si up
larludlaa Rverytlilaa tor
OR.WD lAPIDi 'IHNITtH.1,
CAIFETa, KU.i. Ere.
r.irlor 'iiiir, mii
noUhfHl fr.tiiti -m,
tlsllifinti of miL
1 1 'If
Travel Center of New York
Christmas Optical Goods
I en,. nil-Opera and 1'ielil Glasses, from black-lcatherovcrvd
ici in, ,t h , i ii - p, .0 1. ,it $6 t,i $33. I luach Prism Mm s.u!.irv power
ml. wiili wide lu Idol vision $40 i i $76. Lorgnettes, nun metal,
silver or iterling silt, $3.60 to $12. I ycglasse. fitted bv un
, pcrt optomctrl t. Main Floor
Wraps Price Diminished
originals from the clever
Paul Poiret. from Beer.
I icchoff-David, Bernard
and Paquin. Wonderful
wraps exact counter
parts of those one might
see this evening at the
Comedie Francaise or
later at the Ritz.
Also price - lowcnns on
other groups of Ciimbcl coats
and wraps, from some really
clever but simple polo coats
now marked as little as ten
dollars, to afternoon and
evening wraps, fur-trimmed,
Polo Coats of soft linglish Yi
i una. in tan, rav and blue were
Jjq.se. Now $19.76.
Polo Coats ,il fancy mixtures
fur street and motor wenr. iconic
with hixid-. Were $jq 50 Now
Man-Tailored Coats n lorvte
variety of styles and fancy mixtures.
Were $IQ7( to Si7 ?o. Now $16.
Coats of Imported Tweeds
omc lined throunhnut with satin.
Were $15, Now $26.
Worumbo black broadcloth
COatS, best Quality, lined through
out with colored peau dc CVgne.
Were lto.50. Now $19.76.
Evening coats and wrsps -nianv copies ot imiwtcd moJcN
W ere $65 to .s , Now $66.
Evening coats and wraps of satin and cloth trimmed with fur.
laceorsilvei Were $115 tolibj. Now $95.
Black satin and broadcloth coats lor street and afternoon
wear, trimmed with lace or hand cinbroidcrv W ere Ssq JC to ?,ii
N,.w $49.60. Third Floor
Very Beautiful Lamps at
Artistic in their
shades ot cathedral art
i;las with rich mosaic
horsier, and in their
bases in verte green fin
ish We bought a lim
ited surplus from the
manufacturer - have du
plicated in our stock .it
St5 lor electricity and
$$$.50 for gas to sell
at $16.75 each
The electric domes have
three lights, cord. plun. etc .
the (jus lamps. Wei bath
burner, mantle und tubing
As Christmas lifts these
lamps will be most desirable
Also a smull group i! I ieC'
trie Lamps with beautifully
colored glass shades. al $37.60,
formerly $50 and $60.
And a few Electric l amps
with rich mosaic shades ,11
wistaria design, that were
$0, ,it $60.
Ik-ides thaac ipaeial ofaringS, the l-ump Store is aglow wiin
g.is .nnl electric lamps in great variety, including H sp,cia!l jood
as ortn nl al $7.60 to $16. Fifth 'loor
Egyr.tian Spangled Scarfs
-.xk oni m is familiar with these strikinglv grateful
sc.iris for .cmnu dress, with their glittering sifver foil
interwoven with the white or black net. and delights in
possessing or,: or more of them I wo hundred sik!i scarfs,
in rich d 1 tn 1 1 silver, well covered, arc here at the crv
low j-r.se ol ' ; 1 I add ii third to arrive at their value
Christina .: are of course instantly suggested Main Floor
Choose Pure Flax for Your
Some housekeeping friend of yours is sure
to get from you a Christmas ;.'ift of linen beau
tiful, lasting, practical The Gimbel Linen
Store, with its (me new stocks of absolutely pun'
linens, is. host able to help you, since economy
plays a part, m special offerings like these
Table Sets;- of line, extra heavy, grass-Neaclrvl
double satin Scotch damask; cloths, 2)2 yds. long, with
one dozen 20-inch napkins. ?I2 50. 3 yds long, with 1 dot
16-in napkins. $15,
Round Scalloped Tablecloths, full bleached;
Scotch. ;i in., no matching napkins, hence ?. each
Napkins ol grass-bleached .double Scotch
damask; our direct importation; w ithout matchini
pecial at i 75, at . dozen
Hand-Embroidered Scarf 1 and Centerpieces; of
pure round thread linen; hand-emhroiJered m roses and
leaves, anc! with elaborate drawn work; Centerpieces,
18-in . 85c; 24-in . $I.J5; join.. $1 75. S'.arls i8x)6in.,
$1.50; iSs"4-in . $:
Lace-Trimmed Scarfs and Centerpieces; our
direct importation, pure linen centers, embroidered daisies;
pure linen lace insertions and 2-inch edge; Centerpieces,
round. 24-inch . $1.25: square. rin., $1.71', Sc.irls. 18x36
in . $1.50; i8,54-in . $).
Madeira Embroidered Tea Napkins; scalloped
edges, some with elaborately embroidered corners. 1 and
14-in., $b, J7-50, $.S.2? and isi 1 -5 dozen Seconil Floor
Dark Blue Serges Special
In royal favor with fashion are twilled
p;oods particularly screes
I lere are storm ser;;es, all-wool. 54 and 5
inches w ide -rich, dark blue. 75c yd.
Cheviot series, all-wool, diagonal effects, 54
1 nches wide, in t hree hi ue shade-. 75c y d . second Floor
In Subway Store
Silk Petticoats, $1.95
They're of good taffeta- soli, pliable which
ive excellent wear
With deep underlay of pcrealine black and colors.
I 05 Subway Store, Balcony
Women's Underwear, 35c
A -light mill stain or a little dn
thread lh.it oni
WOUIdn ' 1 e in a v
MaCO col ton vest'
I f I l , : . i oc II 1 r. . . i I ti.i
uie to a v iirti"t-i price ui oue. t i.inu -nrir in i . ,111 t tic usual
and many extra Sizes, 3 for $1. Subway Stort, Balcony
eek changes the price ol these Women's
and drawers jron the mill 501. scrv
Men's All-wool Clothing, $10
I he Gimbel clothing at $to lor men, in the Subway
store, has the "at home" worth ol its "company ' manners
Fabrics atrictly all wool tailoring, the pride ol ihe
best makers of clothing of moderate price
Mixtures, grays and dark, and blue serges
Boys' suits with extra knickerbockers, 2.60 lain d I
bressti 3 coats 8 to 17 ".ear", pleated Norfolk suits to 11 vcur-.
Boja' blue sergo suite, S3.90 .ill tl Insi plain
double Erca 1 cd 8 to 17 years. Ni rf , ,11. i;tn 1 5 yeai
Boys' "Presto" overcoats, $3.96 medium an I lure
u!l sir s 1 1, in 1 t - 1 stars ti mvert ihlt collars, t , av
Subway Store, balcony
A Saving on Dress Goods
crges tf staph quality
All-wool diagonal'- of service-worth
Hack and w hite checked and plaid novelties
I iair-lme stripe and fancv mixtures
I hate comprise a special lot of dress i'.oo.U , Inch the
market today estimates at jo cents a sard grade
Plenty of the wanted colors, plenty ot navy blue and
I lad ai I in. wide 35c yd. Subwny St oro, Low or Floor
ThlRTY -THIRD ST.
For Friday and Saturday
Silks and Dress Goods
1,800 "Sards 1
Black Satin uumtneux , 48c
alur Trie prr yiird'
Black Ih nadi loths j
54 incbt iponged ;ml shrunk. i$I.$8
Value S..o per yard
One ynrtl wide, iti desirable shades. (18c
Value 90c per yard."
2,000 boxed Dress Patterns. ,$.?5
Special at '
Umbrellas and Canes
. III Silk i:mbrcllis j
for men ami women in a large) $1, oz
variety of handles. Value $8.00.)
Laventine Silk Umbrellas i
Women sterling silver i$2. Q
for Men and
('nncs- in a large varie f various style
handles ami woods. tft.AO to 815.00.
Ribbons and Vctls
1,600 yards Dresden Rihhon I
rd inches wide. Value 89c arH.1 25c
1,650 yards Dresden Ribbon
Plain and fancy edge, .5'. inches) JOC
wide. value 55c yard.'
500 yards Dresden Ribbon I.
71 2 inches wide Value 85c yard.' 5
500 Double Chiffon Auto Veils
I yard wide, l yards long. i$I35
85 combinations. Value $8.00.1
()0O Chiffon Veils
II inches wide. 78 ittebei long 1$1.00
with satin border. Value $1.50.'
I mcc V eils in Fancy 'Boxes
Suitable for Holiday Clifts.
Embroidered IVaist 'Patterns
Hand I'.mbroidcrcd IVaist Patterns
Combination lace effects
Special at $2, 75 tO $12. 75
Embroidered in White and Colors.
Special at $1. 2$ to $'50
Silver Deposit Glassware
Sugar and Cream Sets $1.6$
Cologne Bottles Oc
Cut Class Salts and 'Peppers
I envy sterling silver lop ( Jc
Imported Jewelled Hat Pins I
Value 75c and $1.00 5UC
Toilet Goods Dept.
Complete sets engraved 8 or initials.
1-2 nieces -reduced to $l8.f0
0 pieces reduced to $IJ,.2?
:i pieces reduced to $8.50
.1 piece sets vali. e $1.95 at. $1.25
4 piece sets value $8.85 at $1.50
Plaid Silk Covered value $1.50 at
1 qtiires Paper and V packs hnvetopes
1'nper stumped in our color with new Lord & Tuylor die
Monogram r Special at $1.50
Address, l.j letters or less . . .Special at $I.J5
extra letter 7c gold Of silver .'55c extra.
Brondway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
Want Then turn to the '"Real
tstatc" advertisements in
Safe To day's Morning World and
! A.nd there you will find the
Profit "Special Inducement" offers
fielding of hundreds who are
ln-Veatmcnt? ANXIOUS to sell.
a 1 1 00 c c 1
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