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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MAT 9, Itll.
YOUTH WHO STOLE
HOLD-UP AND THEN
CHANCE TO REFORM
Jtttfje Rosalsky Suspends Sen
tence Because Miller Was
Well Drought Up.
VICTIMS ReCOMMh'ND IT
Pirolfd in Custody of Clergy
man, With Hope He May
Become Good Citizen.
Townnl Miller, the j-mina man
f tn4ei years who DM erreetart for
aeaarlnar j.eli from young MM and
imm ill n thi - Ml to-day let at
indr a e;ipen1e1 een'ence of
torn i- than ten nor lata than Or
re. tin giving tha young man
for Ma fitura Judge Koialnky
a that none of tha oompletnents
to aaa him puntahed and that
rearing had ham soon aa to offer
I evry ohaara to redeem hlmaalf
bs a useful altlaan to tna com-Uy.
1.1 er la tha aon of John Kranoia
r, .at ona tlma wrur.n of tha
able S'lre : enoe Conn tii. Ha
ajtareO to ! gJllty to one ln.11 -t
Besot fcr pally .or -any undar a aua.
pgB,dl arTi'an r To thla Aaatatant Dla-gttot-Att
rney Iielehsntv objstted. The
Otdeottoti aroused tha Ira of tha Court
and thS fighting n-lrlt of tha Dlitrlct
iafumiT . want bafora Lha Orand
Jury aid procured thraa mora Indl.t
gageita for wM'-n. action ha vaa re
tatksd sy tha Judge.
IflUar had taken f'Otn Viae Alloa
jBbnana of No 71 West Wlavanth atraat
(old watch worth flftC undar tha gutaa
of borrowing It for hit personal ma.
and than pawned It. Than, while tiding
Jang Central Park tVeat In an automo
hBa. ha aaw Mies IVrothy Pnsner of
Mkv Wl Vest Nlnety-ieo ,nd atreet. mm
laf hy In another machine. Both me
ohJr.ee aiopped an.1 Miller, who had met
ttae roving woman M Atlantic City, got
Into hep motor for a rlda. He rmrroaed
from the girl a diamond ring worth
BUIOD. which ha very promptly rpnwned
lag 1476. Tha girl eaid that ha had ad
mired the ring and expressed tna wlh
no take It and have a oopy made aa a
present for hta raothar.
W hen Miliar appeared bafora J-jdge
Hosalsioy the Oourt aald:
"I hawe bad your case thoroughly Itt
voatlgabad. All of tha oomplaloanta
have aaked tbe Court to he lenient with
yoa To i have had tha advantage of
a ooWegn education. Your home en
vironments have ibeen of tha beat. Ton
have pleaded g-utlty to an Indictment
tor grand larceny, and under the ln
dlctmfini against yon I could give you
twenty-five earn In S'.ng Mng. How
errei , I th'.nk I can raotora you to tha
ootnnviaity and make a good and iiee
fol clUSen of you. I am going to hold
tfeio n . ti n over your head and let
ywu go In the custody of the Hev. Dr.
Tin co Youths Escape Police
man's Bullets, but Run Into
Arms of 1 )ctiv!ives.
Tlfteen men and one lone. UtOe wom
an ware eating tn Mrs. Rachel lleeer'e
basement restaurant, at No. 1M Knr
aythe atreet, at S oYlook ttila morning
when two young men, fcofh tinder twen
ty, walked In and spoke to Harry
Finite'., the nlsht manager, waiter and
eoo. ehi wne stsndlng In front of a
eoda fa intrv'n near Hie door
"O.ve us a rounle of celery ISSfSS,"
aid one of the youths.
FlfVl uent hehlnd lha counter nl
turned to find himself looking Into two
revolvers snd to he.-ir "hinds up." HI
multaneo is with t:-.e npld asrent of his
hands the fifteen men a-uaete made a
bee-ltne for tha MtSBM In the rear
Tha line woman, who la very little,
duoked behind a table on her hands snd
knees and peered s round tha corner at
tha festivities. Mhe was Mrs Roate
Hlvlerli, of Philadelphia, eleler-ln-law
of Mrs Hester, here for a brief visit.
Woman Screama Alarm,
Arm-ding to the Sforf ehlch alhe and
Flnkel tell, one of the young men re
ItSVSSl Flnkel of a p ketbooli co'itatn
tng V Tha two than bn.-ied Mm Into
tbe centre of the reetaurant and bulled.
Mi s. Klvlson ran eiier tnem Into tha
treat, and her screama attracted Po
lleamnn flpanvlts. He asw three men
running east on l!ancy street, and
when they refused to stop, fired a cou
ple of ah"te after them, hut they con
tinued on their way until they ran Into
the arms of Letaot:ves Mahoney, Uloom
and Kelly at Kl.lrlflge strset
All three were arrested. IVllUttm
Spltzer. who Is only sixteen years old.
was Identified by Flshel and Mra. Rlv
tsch as the one who took the pocket
book. He said he was a neesboy and
lived at No. f7 Ielancy street. Ha
was held on rhargea of felonious as
sault and robbery.
Pocketbook Not Pound.
Harry Forsl, ad nineteen, of Xo. U
.Sheriff street, eae Identified by Mrs.
nivlsoh as tha oilier man who had en
tered Tie place. A bin : t was found
In his poakat, hut lie protested he car
ried It foT hla own protei'tlon. Ha was
held on a charge of carrying noncaalad ,
weapons The third rriiew, wno aald
he waa Banjatnln Margolin, aged seven
teen, of No. tn Grand street, was held
as a auspicious person.
All thraa were taken to police head
quarters. No revolver was found on
them, nor was Che stolen pocketbook
SEES FREIGHT CAR BURN.
Rlj.v m Nrw YorV Ontm! TncVr
Near RJvcTsklc Drive, M
trarte B1(f Crowd.
TrafTlo on Riverside lr1re at "erenly
fret atreet waa tied up for a half hour
to-day while the men nf l.nglr e Com
pany No. M fought a Are on tha New
Yortt Oontral tracks at the foot of the
green slope txlow the Drive.
Tratnpe left a rampflre b irnlng a'ong
eide the rails. The smould-rlng flame
spread to a pile of frei-hly creosnted
croae-tlea arhloh biased up so briskly
that In a minute or ten the aide Si
aa empty freight oar of the Lake Erie
and Western Railroad caught, toe.
A rruree girl pushing a baby rarrtae
eaw the mounting OOl Fran of snuVke
end gave the alarm Itef'.re the flr-e-'
man came h indred of pe-leetrlsne, au
I lomotblllsta and rdJVMtrltlll hed balteo
. 10 watnh end ivirii. POUrtd out of all
I lha nearby ren1lenei snd simrtmer.
' Jioiiee. For so email nnd 1n"Mi
I aequervftal a MtM It hid the moat
fashionable and agrtualVI aflidle-. e
that has tieen seen at a (Ire tnlfl eprliu-
Te men of tlie SftgllM company hn 1
In crry their hne dwn the gW)gM
and th"i e ?n feet ecroea the yar!
to reach ive apot. With the added
anemrire w Men the vator ec.iuhr,,
from ru mind Antra hi I the stream
dmieed SU the flames 1n a Jiffy.
(Vemn ths Ctrtsage n ' 1 Item Id.)
"Tou aTS eJwea aeiutiK no bir advii
but you never seem to tskr sny that
"I know It. Too awe, 1 am frequentl
In doubt, bofore I consult you, as t'
what la fist beat thing not to do."
For Wednesday and Thursday
finrmenta. mnrfa for (tnrmv
went her, but stylish on all orra
sion.e. SinKl' Of doubl-hraat-(ii;
high, button up to the nrrk
collars; in Tan. Olive and Para
Ituhber, wiwpd and cemented.
F.spe'-ially desirable for evening
wear. Never sold Tor less than
1(1. Special at
Cor. 18th st.
212-214 Sixth Ave.
One door from Cor. Uth St.
BREAKS QUESTS SKULL
Can You Solve This Mystery?
Are you (?od
at tohifl , mys
teries? Try thlt:
A man met a
girl on t cir. Tht
err up let. He
saved her. He was
Invited to spend
the night at her
At midnlrht ho
was awakened by
a strange clamor.
He ru.'hfd to his
door, only to find
B locked from t tie outside.
A mofiient later h:s hostess appeared I
and In panic-stricken tones ordered hlml
to leave the house at once without wait
ing for da Wight
At bsj went he heard a weird Vottt
rturt Ivlonged tn no memb.. of the I
That was Just the first of manv queer
adventures that brset the hero of "The1
Prof ea tor's YYttery." which will begin
la to-rnorrow'a (Wednesdai) Evening
World. It Is 1 atory that simply can't
be laid down unfinished Read H.
Host est rmrtr leranl art ttlag
Vtotiaa With lis.
fcTatftn Qulnn, rwe rut y-seven rear oM.
aravo a party In Mo flat at No, eio West
Frrty-elith street Isasst nftTit at Sfthsofi
tha a-untto made so mi noise that
neiarh'bnrs aaked l'.!l"-msn Baokua of
tha West Korty-eeventh atreet station,
to try and reatore quiet.
Tbe policeman testified In tha West
Hide Court to-day that he had to beat
It, the 1oor and that he fcund John J.
HasW thirty years 1I, of No. 644 Wees'
Flft.y-lxth atreet. un'noloua on the
floor with a wound In hla head. The
other a-ueebi told llaxnttis that Hlggs and
Qulnn had quai railed and that Qulnn
bad struck hla guest on the head with
Hlggs was taken to Hooswratt Hospt.
tal. His skull la fraotured and ha win
Ola Qulnn was head without hail by
M arbitrate Hairts for axaminatlon on
jVsp H'kDXF.SD.IY. MAY HUH
Special values in
Women's Suits and (
Two choicr Modela,
Summer weight Serge,
CAPES Broadcloth, uallned, Velvet inlaid collar.
Black Satin, alao Pongee In Black and Natural,
full length Model,
32 50, 33.00
Bon Ton, Adjusto and
Royal Worcester Corsets
: THE AHiOL
AND S I r M.rts
Itll heights of bubt, pi rfeit tit and fasbloatblt contour with
Microscope Proves the Folly of
Depending on Tooth Pastes
OdoMzing U Only Way to Safeguard Mouth and Teeth Against
Every Foe which can Attack Them OdoL, the Great
Antiseptic, Brings 20-Year Advance in
Care of Mouth and Teeth
Scientists have examined the mouths of hundreds of people
healthy, refined men and women immediately after tney had
painstakingly brushed the teeth with dental creams, pastes,
In orwy cajs thr found, on an avrxage, over thirty (listtinct specie, of more
or IBM harmful mkrobes flourishing in each mouth 1
And those srjenlLita say the', rrloutlrsa
ratr-h of the1 microscope will rrvnl u similiir
atarlli'ig cnuililion in tin mouths of ninety
nine lieoplc out. of ono butldnd WnO (II I ilill
ilrpeuding on ilent.il nmmi. Jja.ste.s, j
Yet every one of theee people deceived by the teroporary fragTanee left
preparatiotiA thought their mouths and teeth were scrupulously clean-
mucous membrane? atid continues its cleani
intf and purifying action almost from one
nic;i! to the next.
Nothing Else Like Odol
Odol which the world owes to the Renins
of ( rinan ciieminU, who have contributed ao
many other famous hygienic hscoeriea is
far more than merely a tooth-wash.
It is so penetrating that it searchea out
erery part of the mouth every hiding -place,
no matter how tiny or hard-to-get-at, where
food Devrticles, bstrteria, acids, fermenta or
other Impurities can lodge.
And so effective that no foes of the teeth
no cause of tooth-decay or bad breath no
germs f contagion con survive its use.
So effective that if tha mouth is merely
rinsed or ; -1 with n few drops of it in p.
little wat t -without the ai I f a ti-Mh brush
il docs iiion u;ii(.il than the most vigorous
brushing with any other preparation.
Yet so absolutely harmless th.it. it can safely
be used as ordiuarily diluted -for sterilising
even a baby's mouth.
A Few Drops Enough
Odol Is eotsoentrated which makes ft
surprisingly economical, A few drops in
half a glass of water is all yon need lor a
thorough Odol4sing. Use yoesr brash jost
as you l SSM with clear water.
Evils Caused by these Microbe Foes
Those microbe foes oonntleaa thousands of
them are bred by decaying food which hides
between the teeth, in cavities and hollows and
other hard-to-get-at places where no paste or
powder can penetrate! and which no brash
over made, no matter Low its bristles are ar
ranged, can reach.
If left alone, they multiply with frightful
mpidity. And, together with the acids they
create, they attack I lie teeth, ranting decay;
attack ths mucous membr is "f t mouth,
making it a fertile field for germs o( infection
wbi 'i is one of the reasons why catarrh is
to common in this country
The only way to Bafcguanl against these
enemies is by the daily use of an antiseptic
wiili long-hutting action one thut will not
evaporate or wash away in the saliva.
Odol the new mouth wash is the only
antiseptic of this kind ever discovered the
only one which keeps on cleansing and puri
fying long alter ths hrashing pr rinses is over.
Goes on Cleansing for Hours
Though a thorough Odol-isisg takes only a
minute, Odol remains in the mouth aud re-
tains its v, under, ul effect ivt in'iS fof hour -
in prcsnnl the gurus, works in bstweea Llun
tsct h,intotbocHVitiessi ' liollowi and into ths
Your neighborhood druggist ban Odo' -
every good drug ton also all department
stores and the best men's olothiug stores--can
Geo. Borgfeldt & Co., New York
Big values still
left because we
have only big
Are Tlatr Lew VMass,
stock at 25
below our reg
Three of the Women's Summer Dresses
for women and misses, over fifteen hundred of which are now selling at prices that would average
fifty per cent, more if we had not taken the maker's entire output. n.
$2.74, $3.96, $4.96, $6.49, $9.74 up to $19.74
Choose from over one hundred and fifty styles: from over one hundred nlaln and
fancy materials; from the season's best colors, black and white.
Effect the savings that this sale provides. If you had contemplated doing so, effect
the saving of time that making your own "tub ' frocks would take, for you cannot pos
sibly buy the materials, laces and embroideries at less than these dresses are being sold at.
Third day of the sale to-morrow. Delay may mean last choice.
Sizes are 34 to 44, and 14, 16 and 18 for misses or small women.
MACY'S FURNITURE PRICES
Are Proverbially Far Below Usual Prices Else
where for Similar Qualities at Any Time, ao. Floor,
but every now and aain our great purchasing power brings us something extra special.
One of these occasions has just happened. We have acquired a number of pieces of Mission
Furniture under such unusual conditions that we can afford to offer it between 15 and M' off
regulation prices. The collection includes large rockers, arm chairs, tete-a-tetes and three
piece suites. Every piece of furniture carries our guarantee, which, combined With the satis-
lauion you win derive trom tne appearance, ougnt to De sutticient.
Mission Rockers Mission Tete-a-tatea Mission Arm Chairs
Regular Now Regular Now Regular Now
S18.24 $12.67 $25.24 $18.24 $16.89 $11.24
16.89 12.67 26.67 15.49 15.49 11.34
18.24 13.34 22.49 15.49 9.89 7.74
10.49 8.49 25.24 16.89 14.24 11.24
14.74 12.67 23.89 15.49 12.67 9.89
13.34 11.24 22.49 14.24
Included in our regular stock of furniture of all styles and
for the library and dining room. 1 he items enumerated be
tZ5.Z4 for our $39.74 White
namel Bedroom Outfit, consist inj
of Dresser, Table, Chair and Rocker,
lings sizi' Bsd Spring and Cotton
$1 1.24 for our M5.24 Couch Spe
cial, .'7 inches wide, 73 inches long;
hardwood, veneered frames, carved
trimming, claw feet, covered in imi
tation leather, deep tufting, with tow
and cotton top; full stei-l construction,
a spring edge.
$15.24 for $19.00 Whit Enamel
Dresser, 40 inches wide, two small top
drawers, two large drawers, cast brass
trimmings, French plate beveled
$4.24 for our $8. 1M Dining
Tables; solid oak, gulden tmish.
42x42 inch top. May lx' extended to
.iv ! t. Fluted post leg.
$7. 24 for our $8.49 White 1. namel
Chiffonier) .M inches wide, five deep
drawers, wood gallery top and wood
all qualities are full, complete lines
ow are special for this week:
$22.49 for $28.00 White Enamel
Dreaaer, -in inches uide, bow front,
two small top drawers and two large
drawers, all with wood pulls; arge
French plate mirror,
$6.74 for 3.50 White Knamel
chiffonier, m inches vide, live feet
deep; drawers all with cast bras-, trun
mina, ind wood gallery t';.
$14.24 for $18.50 White Enamel
Dreaaer, .to inches wide, three large
drawers, large French plate mirror and
SUMMER FLOOR COVERINGS
Many people worry more about what they are going to put on the floor than about what
they are going to put around the room. That anxiety is well founded, as it is easier to make
mistakes with rugs and linoleums and floor coverings generally than with almost any other
kind of purchase.
1 There are more poor rugs that look well than rugs that wear even better than
they look. We sell only the latter kind at prices fetched by the former
Our wide reputation for reliability is sufficient guarantee of the durability ol everything
we salt. We have another reputation for low prices, but our stock is so complete as I i make
an iiikrestmg appeal apart altogether from how little you have to pay,
V are offering Straw Mattings from China and Japan. Crex Kuu-, Rag Rugs, Porch Rugs
and other special values in Tapestry Brussels and Linoleums.
STRAW MATTINGS FROM CHINA AND JAPAN Special for thia Sale. Roll of 40 Yards.
Regular Sals Price I Regular Sale Pncj I Regular Sale Price I Regular Sale Price
$6AH $5.48 I7.S0 IS.74 S9.48 $8.24 511.8') $9.98
JAPANESE MATTINGS IN PRETTY CARPET EFFECT, in Greene. Reds. Blues and Tana; alao Plain
White with Fancy Ueaigna. Koll ot 40 Yards
Regulsr Sale Price I Regular Sale Price 1 Regular Sale Price Regular
S9.S9 iM S10.89 $S.4S $11.89 $9.98 $19.48
LINOI EUMS. aU and 4 yards wide. Oood assortments. Regulsr 74c sq. yd Sale, 48 c sq yard.
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS. 27 Inch Stair Carpets, suftsble for runners. Spsclallot. Regularly 89c yd. Sale, 48o
WOOL VELVET CARPETS. 27 In. wide
Regularly $1.04. Sale 69c yard;
SUMMER RUGS AT LOW PRICES.
CREX GRASS RUGS
4x 7 ft.
ax 9 ft,
CREX GRASS RUGS
Do: J rad
Rag Rugs r popular.
.4x.lt. in . 69c J7x.il i'l
4 7 tt . $2.3H I 9 ti.
Porch Rune Algerian and Moodji:
Algerian ox'i ft , $9.49
Mooilji 4x7 ft., 4.94
All in pretty colors of Green's, Reds
Blue, Pink, Tan a'
.1 M ttl
7 ft., JM8
9 tt., 4.14
K10 , 3.4S
. Dolly Madison
S6x72 hi . $1.59
'lJ ft , $9.49
Crea Matting Matting .16 Inches wide, In Green, Red, Blue, snd Tan
ixU ft., $19.74
sxl! ft., B.49
Spsolal, 33c yard.
See Our Other Advt in Thi$ Issue.