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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1912.
MOTIVE OF THAW
HUMAN ONE, SAYS
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! LAWYfcK IN rltA
Counsel Summing Up in Case
Calls Manifest Delusions
fSprtl to Tb EthiIoj World.)
WHITE 1'Ii.MNS, N. Y July 16.
Summing up In the Thaw cmo was be
irun by Jtarry Thaw1 counsel, Clarence
J. Shearn, before Justice Kcoph here
early to-day. There wag only a. very
mall crowil In the court room to wit
ness the last net In the present attempt
to free the glayer ot Stanford White.
Thaw himself, his mother, his brother
JoslsJi, his Mster Alice and Mr. and
Mrs. George Carnegie were present
William T. Jerome sat well back and
listened Intently as Mr. Shearn ad
dressed the Court.
In opening (Mr. Shearn said: "I liave
iron further than to establish a prima
faole case of sanity. I not only called
alienists, but also law witnesses ot high
character, trained observers of men.
Against this Mr. Jerome presented a
mass ot testimony, much of It gleaned
from the gutters nearly ten years old,
and which wax only Introduced to show
that Thaw our lit to have paranoia then,
and, It being incurable, that he must
have It now,
"Finally, wo come to the great con
spiracy delusion, the attempt to rail
road Mm to Matteawan without a trial.
In the light ot the proved facts this de
lusion becomes ridiculous."
He described Thaw's act In killing
wnite as tne result of u natural human
motive after he had referred to testi
mony showing that White had pursued
Evelyn aftor her marriage to Thaw.
"When ho saw White In Madlon
Square Garden that nliiht every prime
val Instinct of a man awoke In him," de
clared Mr. Shearn. "When the facts are
one ahown the manifest delusions be
come the manifest truths."
MAKES APPEAL ON THAW FAM
"Nothing In Mr. Jorome's career does
him more discredit than In offering the
testimony of this Merrill woman nd
the filling the newspapers with uniup.
jurieu cnargea. sucn vileness hid
any relation to paranoia I should not
oDjeoi, out Mr. Jerome knew as his
cnier alienist. Dr. MacDnnAhl. ttiH,i
that such charges have no aIgnincanL-e
In diagnosing paranoia. I brand thue
cnanres as wickedly nnd wsnton v fall.
Were they true I would never have ap
peared In the case.
"Our legal Rystom does not permit
the perpetual Imprisonment of men
simply because they have committed
nn aot of violence nnd It ennnot be
sruaranteed that they will not do
ao again under unforeseen clrcum
ntancea. As a matter of fact It Ih
almost unheard of In our crlmlnnl nn
rials that a man who linn been confined
for homicide has repeated the offense,
"If this is true of the avenuro crim.
Inat who Is turned out Into the gutter
with the ntlgma of a convict upon him,
what reanon Is there to expect a worse
result with Thaw, who win go from
the imylum to the bosom of a loving
"In conclusion, let me say that I
mako no appeal bared on symp.vthy for
Ills sisters, his brother', or Ills dear
mother. If her son must go back to
Matteawan, that hell on earth, Mrs.
Thaw will meet tho blow wltii tho noblo
fortitude nhleh has clasi.icterlzed her
life. She will go coiuagtously back to
the llttlo .Mateawan cottage In sight of
tne madhouse nnd her many charities.
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BIG CAT ATTACKS CHILD.
Mne-Vesr-OU My Murphy Mtten,
I Itescnrd by raaserliy.
May Murphy, nine years old. will b
brought to New York from Hoboken
by her father, James Murphy, to-day
to take tho Pasteur treatment. The
child was attacked on the street by a
big black rat and painfully bitten.
The Murphya live at No. 102 Ferry
street, Itoboken. Mrs. Murphy sent
May on nn errand. As the child was
passing Serond street and Park avenue
the cat leaped upon her,'. fastening Its
teeth In her hand. She shook the creat.
tiro off and It then leaped at her throat,
bltlnt; nnd scratching her breast
James Searles of No. 22S Park tvaniu
pulled the cat off the llttlo girl and the
animal then attacked him, biting and
scratching both his handa. T'nlln.m.
Joeeph llllderman, who was a short
distance away, ran up and went to
Searles' rescue. He knocked the cat to
the ground with his club and ien shot
It. The Murphy child and Searles were
treated by Dr. Lundrlgen.
(Prom iht Bo,:nn Truweript.)
She My face Is my fortune.
He (noting "her double chin) Tout
fortune Is Increasing, Isn't It?
W If atka Patcriaaa'o Metk
rw4 (Odorless) to THE modani
preparation for prcMrvinf your
dotting, carpet, etc to storage.
Smells don't Mil moths. Petar
TMti'a Moth Food .does. At
dealers or 18e. by mall. . .
FarrUaeMb, PstsrmsVa Roach
Feed. Staadard for Z year.
For Bed Bern PefrrmaVa
Discovery. Kill tnitarrHy.
V. Altaian & (En.
HAVE ARRANGED FOR TOMORROW (WEDNESDAY)
A SALE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS
AT TIE FOLLOWING UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES:
MEN'S SILK NEGLIGEE SHIRTS ; AT $2.35,
USUAL price $4.00
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, PLAIN OR PLAITED,
WITH STIFF CUFFS; ALSO SHIRTS OF MERCERIZED
MATERIALS, WITH SOFT CUFFS.
USUAL PRICES $1.50 & $1.75 AT 90c.
MEN'S FLANNEL AND SERGE OUTING TROUSERS,
USUAL PRICES $5.00 & $6.00 PER PAIR AT $3.75
MEN'S FLANNEL BLAZER COATS AT 2.75
USUAL PRICE $5.00
MEN'S WORSTED BATHING SUITS PER SUIT. 2.25
USUAL PRICE $3.50
MEN'S BLACK MERCERIZED LISLE THREAD HALF HOSE
USUAL PRICE $2.40 PER HALF DOZEN PAIRS AT $1.55
THE MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT IS FULLY SUPPLIED
WITH ALL THE SUMMER ACCESSORIES OF MEN'S WEAR.
AND IS READILY ACCESSIBLE FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE
OF THE STORE.
Jiftlj Avnuir, 3ltlj milt 35tl; &trrrto, New tyoxk.
R. H. Macy & Co. 'a Attraction Are Their Low Pricee.
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""' ' 'i'llLLi"IIjI'r'r "
Best polish for
bile bodies and all
It gives the shine
Cl o trial can.
At narauiarm. ftirnt.
turt anil dtpartmtnt
Standard Oil Company
of New York
WW u W " i a H M I Z VI IV 0 r H 1 1 rH Jl!
No Money Down
Dub plans or rldlculomly small depoilU Mill attrart the laetperlenred buyer,
but ni'f iliopper will look for honent concern t bat don't draw proiprctlre buy.
rrs Into a net ul lildi prlrr and Ironclad roiiUllloui. rroof or uur stralgliiror
nard dpalluzn Is home out by tbe fact that ne are uue of tbe largest furnltun
anil carnrt illtrlbiiter Id llie country. Thanks to our enormous purcbatliu
rower, XV. are enabled to offer roil eiceptlonal valuri.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
0ul-of-Town Deliveries Made by Our Motor Tracks
The Uiiif bid Davenport Bed
Davenport by Day.
Bed by Nlflhr.
A Stay-at-Home Trip
to Apartment House's
It Is posnlhle to sit ilown In the
cool of your lirmio or nlllee anl
study the locations, urrniiKempntH,
equlnments, c unforts, riTitriln, &c
of Nft'.v Vnrk'a MiiphI iipiirlim-ntN tiy
conaultliK,' Worlil aiHprtlHeiuriits;
WOULD "TO 1,KT" ADS, LAST
083 More than tin1 SunJay IlernM,
Tlnips, Sinn Tribune anil I'ress
Another Mk display of Apart
ment AiIm. werft mihllHhoJ In Tho
VorlJ this inoriilnit,
Why not IIvh whore your rent
money will co '.ha furtlu'd? It
will lie well wurlli your while to
rend the onYr of landlords made
throuRh World AdB, to-day.
ubad would ads. rou oubat.
EST VAIIIKTV U8K WOULD
ADS. rOU UK3T ItBSULTS.
Its wonderful urfii1nea u o lrd unil parlor nlrre r ion the riifnr of fiirnl.hlnr
".'1 '"'iruoMi, Hip Itnn.r Is Kollilly ronitrmird nf nolili-n n:iU, licau-
tlfiilly (lnlh;il, ulih lirar inrinl tret. The bed li Httrd nltli n i ( Innitllr ulrmir
t he uphoUlrrlnir, 'llial'n uliv U'n hi rnnifnrMlilr im the
tlumt lied, i hi- xrat uml hit) I; lire imlmUterril with fine
liiiiirrl.il Iruthi-r Hint Ik riinruiilrrd In cite nrrllrnt
Kfrilir. I. IKo tiitl mIiic Wlll.OII
Value $16, nt,
Value 518, at,
Value $25, at.
Value $.52, at.
Wilton Rugs I
Value $24, at
Value $36, at
Value $42, at
Value $55, at
Wrftl Linoleums Velvel Carpels pjpi
WTTP Value S0c to 75c f()c Qfc U$jM
WMm 39c, 49c and 59c Value $1.00 to $1.33 UnTiftlH
Bbb1 Harald Square,
Broadway ,34th to35th St.
An Instance of the Wonderful Reductions
In Our Clearance of Imported Lingerie
This FRENCH PETTICOAT, Which
WAS $65.50, IS NOW $49.50
At its first price it was $35.00
or so less than anything as fine
could be purchased for in most
New York stores. The general
merchandizing principle seems
to be that people who can afford
such things at all can afford to
pay for them on a very liberal
scale. This is contrary, however,
to Macy principles, which exact
thesame modest perccnlagcof prof
it on luxuries as on necessities.
The particular Petticoat illustrated
would grace the trousseau of a
duchess. Its flounce is hand-embroidered
in elaborate, Cluny-veined
spirals and inset with four exquisite
motifs of very fine real baby Irish
crochet. Filmy Cluny lace made
entirely by hand trims the flounce
Women who have lx?en buying
these fine Petticoats diirinc the week tell us that they take out
sufficient fulness from the ample flounces to make an extra
blouse or to transform the Petticoat into a Princess Slip.
A Full List of the French Lingerie Reductions
Gowns that were $3.69 to $114.50 are now $2.-19 to $50.75
Chemises that were $139 to $53.50 are now 99c to $26.50
Drawers that were $1.98 to $54.50 are now $1.29 to $27.49
Corset Covers that were $1.98 to $17.49 are 99c to $11.49
Combinations that were $2.49 to $20.89 are $1.98 to $17.89
Skirts that were $2.97 to $65.50 arc now $1.98 to $49.50
Sets that were $9.49 to $105.50 are now $7.49 to $89.50
HN'ond I I.. Oltli M.
A Peremptory Dismissal of
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Our stocks must be materially reduced before inven
tory time, and to do the housccleaning thorouRhly and
quickly we have made unusually liberal concessions.
For instance, a .woman may obtain here a very fine quality
Swiss Ribbed Lisle Thread Vest for as little as 24c. In the
seasonable low neck and sleeveless model and finished with
picot edge and silk tape.
For this same price she may also purchase exceedingly desir
able Jersey-ribbeu Cotton Pants, made with tight knee and tight
top. Or should she prefer the lace-trimmed drawers, she mav
choose from a large assortment, also at the same price. :
For 29c there is a little more elaborate Swiss-rihbcd Lisle
Thread Vest, in low neck and sleeveless models, with hand
crochet front, trimmed with mercerized tape. nrron.i iior.cntrr.
A man may obtain here Athletic Style Union Suits, made of
nainsook, with elastic waist band, overlockcd stitched seams and
pearl buttons for 4'Jc.
Men's Union Suits made of fine Madras and Soisette are
98c. They have the new drop seats and flap back, with elastic
waist band and shoulder piece.
Men's Lisle Thread Ribbed Union Suits, in long and short
sleeves and ankle length drawers, are priced at SI. 79 each. In
white, blue and ecru. sinin no.r. :i uii m.. itrr.
Herald Squara R'way M"UU"Sl Shrill Flaar 0
"Old-Fashioned Macy's the popular-priced store which
occupies our entire Sixth Floor - announces a remarkable
sale of Women's Waists and Blouses commencing
to-morrow, of which these arc specimen values:
1. Lace-trimmed Lawn Waist, at 49c
the front panel of which is made entirely of Hamburg
embroidery and lace.
L. Lawn Peplum Waists, at 69c
panelled with daisy embroidery, and bordered and
inserted with torchon lace.
3. Figured White Madras Shirtwaist, at 49c
in tailored style, with patch pocket, detachable collar
and turnback cuffs.
4. Natural Pongee Silk Blouses, at $1.49
richly hand-embroidered in the same shade, with cufh
and yoke of contrasting messalice.
5. High-neck Lawn Waists, at 79c
inserted with bands of imitation baby Irish crochet
and Valenciennes lace.
Not illustrated? Pan Waist A White
Crossbar Lawn, at 29c, and a Tailored Cham bray
Shirtwaist of Blue-and-White Stripes, at 49c
Jap Silk Waists with Lace Yoke at $1.49
An interminable chain of the best values obtainable
in necessities not luxuries-at every one of the
counters on this spacious, cool, day-lighted floor.
July and August
This Store Will Close
Saturdays At 12 Noon
R. H.Mcy & CW Attraction Are Thlr Low Prim
Bring Prices Down by a
Third on Children's and
Dramn-49c. 99c. $1.98
That were 79c to $2.97. Those
at $1.98 exquisitely embroid
ered by hand.
Chenisei-99e. $1.19, $1.39
That were Sl.24 to S2.29.
These can be used also as a
combination cover and short
Pctticoats-99e. $1.69 to $4.96
That were 31.39 to J8.74.
Those at 99c with hand-scal
loped ruffle, and the higher
priced ones hand -embroid
ered as well.
Niihtiowru-$1.49, $1.98 to $3.96
That were pi .89 to ?7.39.
The sixteen -year sizes suit
able also tor small women.
Krroncl II.. IUth fit.. Itrar.
Long and Short
At Almost Half of
A little over three hundred
of these fine dresses came to
us as a manufacturers' sample
line, and have been priced ac
cordingly. They are '.he simple,
fairy-fine things in which young
mothers like to keep their babies
dressed, especially during out
door weather. Easily acquired
at the present prices of 99c to
?5.94. If bought in the ordinary
way, we would be selling them
at J3.49 to $12.89.
I'nr instanre: The Utile vain-
illustrated which is
special at 2.97has scalloped
neck and wrist ruffles, a circular
Iiniir1.finhinide.rea vnke and a
two-inch border of the same
hand-emvroiaery avove ine nem.
Ordinarily JW.ftv ft.
4 IH. x
' jii t r r
Sriond I I., .'Mill ti Itriir.
Crepe Hats, Bonnets
Some very good models now
in theMillmery Salon, ranging
from Sl .96 to $13.89.
White Mourning Halt, which are
entirely correct 'or full mourn
ing, and look more cr.mfortable
for the Summer, are 512.89 and
$15,89. The designers in our
workrooms will copy any hat
in the Salon to order, in dull
English Garden Flats in new
models that have becomingly
curved brims and garlands of
French flower5., at $9.89.
At greatly reduced pricri, a few
fine dress Irts that have re
mained beyond their season
Nr-iinl I I., t'rutrr.
We are, we believe, the
first in New York to show
In Paris every other woman
yen meet has one of these tiny
balls dangling on her neck-chain
or bracelet. The top unscrews,
disclosing a minute sponge on
which to drop your favorite per
fume. This perfume gives off
an agreeably faint odor through
the little holes pierced in the
The pomanlcrn are cnamcll'il nn
nti-rllnK ullvir. In uhIo liluo. nllo
Kri'i-n, Invcriiler ami otlie." protty
color. I'rlco, 12.89.
.Irnrlrv Drill,, Mulu It., Il'war
Low &High Shoes
Are preferred to buckskin by
those who have tender feet, as
they are so much lighter. Our
prices worth investigating.
Gibson Ties, $1.98.
Button Boots, $1.98.
Hrrood II,, ililtb M.t Rrar,
ia M Hi UmmmU C..-
Broadway, 34th to3SthSt
A great many men are going to
Dcnenr oy tnis
clearance sale of
$18.50, $22.50 &
$24.75 suits, at
All are the finer grades of men's
three-piece suits. All originally lower
in price than suits of equal quality
anywhere else in the city.
They run the full range of colors,
from the light to the dark shades,
in the light and medium weight
Specifically, there are tweeds,
worsteds, cassimeres and flannels in
the lot all of the proper season
No need to anticipate trouble about
the fit. AH sizes from 33 to 44,
including a generous assortment for
lflh n n'way.
A Whole Carload of
At Six for 49c
Four thousand downs of
soft and laundtred collars in
alL Hand-ude by one of
Troy's foraneat manufactu
re! t. The laundered collars
are all four-pir and finished
with tbe fashionable wide
The styles are. essentially
for Sumner wear, unbracing
the ten shapes shown in these
illustrations. Each collar is
endowed with ample scaif
space to save youi lime, tem
per and tie. Each has been
shrunk to the proper sixe, so
that we can conscientiously
guarantee the fit.
Main t'l .'Mill Ml., Krar.
C O NTINUES
A Comfortably Large Turkish Towel
(Actual Size, 22x45 Inches)
Weighing About Three-Quarters of
a Pound, at 24c
is one of the many excellent values. Then there is a I9x36-inch
towel, full-bleached, soft and absorbent, at 15c. One at 18c
i2lx43 inches) is so absorbent that almost no rubbim; is required.
The 27x52-inch towel for 49c is of fine cotton, woven with
The Border of the Huckaback Towel at 24c
is of damask. The towel is of all linen and hemstitched, it is
20x39 inches. Smaller huckaback all-linen towels at 10; and 13c
The former, our own importation, 13x19 inches just the right
size for individual use or for a physician. Another is 17x33
inches and suitable for Iwardinps houses and hotels. There are
two huckaback' towels at 49c each. One is 22x10 inches, hem
stitched in neat designs, and the other is guest size, 15x24 inches,
with neat scalloped ends. A hemstitched towel. 2.vv4K inrhp
with space for initial, is priced at 59c. An embroidered show
lowei, i.vk mcnes, nnisneci witn eitner Hemstitched or scalloped
edges, may be had for S1.49.
An Extra bjeavy Kitchen Towel for 24c
in either red or blue stripes. It is 25x34 inches, hemmed and
looped, ready for use. A dish towel, of pure linen. 20x35 inches, is
priced at 22c. It has a neat colored border. For Si.38 six fine
quality glass towels may be purchased, all hemmed and ready
for use. They are 24x3h inches. An all-linen crash roller towel,
very heavy and absorbent, containing 2JU. yards, is marked at
39c. At the same price there is a Russian crash roller towel,
woven to resist the hardest service.
The Discriminating Bather Will Enjoy
stepping from the tub upon one of these soft Turkish bath mats.
They are firmly woven in embossed effects, very heavy and sub
stantial. There is a wide choice of colors and effects. A 26x44
inch mat, 79c, and 27x54-inch mat, 89c. Full bleached, strong
and absorbent bath sheets at 74c, 84c andJl.39.
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