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Then Calls a Policeman to
Take Thoroughly Walloped
Runaway to Station.
A FMflU woman poked her bead out
f a window on the top floor of No. 9M
Rett Thirtieth street isst night and
called to Patrolman Beloher of the Ram
Thirty-fifth street etatlon:
"V.'lll you pleaee come up heret Vr
got a burglar."
Belcher took the elevator and went to
the top floor. There he entered the
Apartment of Mlsi Fidelia C. Evans and
Ssnd her in the front room, holding a
ringing youth oy the oollar.
"I returned bom a few mlnutei ago."
Miss Evans said, "and found thla In my
apartments." Then she gave a violous
Casks and "this" looked thoroughly
"He was In my bedroom," Miss Evans
continued. "I oaugbt blm and I want
to turn him over to you."
Tee apartment wae In disorder. Ohalrs
ad other small ertloles of furniture
wars overturned. There evidently had
been a struggle, whloh had been carried
B from one room - to another. The
prisoner's face was bruised and he bore
Mvsral cuts. Mies Evans was flushed
and breathing hard.
"Ha tried to get away," ahe explained
Belcher, "but, you see, be didn't."
In the polcls station tbs prisoner aald
he was Frank Smith, slztesn years old,
and had run away from boms to bs an
actor In moving picture theatres. He
couldn't find work he aatd, and added
"I won't tell you where my homo la"
In his pockets were found a pair 01
opera glases and 63, whloh Miss
Evans said belonged to her.
BOYS ROB JEWELRY
STORE IN BROOKLYN.
(One Breaks Window, the Other
Grabs $1,000 Earrings Both
At 5 o'clock last evening, when Ful
ton street, Brooklyn, was thronged with
homegoers, Samuel Wiener, fourteen,
end Joseph Cohen, seventeen, Stood
peering Into the window of Henry
Healy's Jswslry store at No. 601 Fulton
atreet. This Is In the heart of toe
borough's shopping district.
As an elevated train passed above
them Cohen hurled a brick through the
store window. His companion grabbed
a pair of diamond earrings valued at
ll.uoo, and t'Oth ran.
Qjaorgs CM Iyer, a clerk In the Jewelry
ehop. rugbsd out snd shouted. Cohen
was OaUght thrrn blocks away by Traf
fic PollcemM Siiellman, while Detective
Johi J, Hulllvan overtook Wiener.
Clerk Csllyer picked up the earrings
on the street.
At tlio Adams street station ths boys
were charged with burglary. Wiener,
who aulrl he Uvea at No. lit Rlvlngton
street, Manhattan, Was ssnt to ths
Children's Society, and Cohen, who said
his home Is at No. 806 Henry street,
was locked up. Both lads declared they
couldn't explain what had Induced the
Grrnsrhtys Married Year.
NFTWIH5RT, Aug. I. "Jack" Oeraghty
snd hU wife observed last night the first
anniversary of their marriage by giving
a dinner at which were present
Oeragtity'e two sisters, Edith and
Amelia, owlntt to ths fact that till
stork Is hovering over the pretty cot
tage, Mra. Oer.ighty could not enter
tain further. After dinner there was
muslo by "Jack." who plays the violin,
and Miss Edith, an accomplished pianist.
To-Day and To-Morrow
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Slses
Mm' out of every Ceo Jewellers In New
YorW n v controlled by "The Hystein'
nil! rhiiricf .iuu mmm or sVlK.tNl for a
until! tt VUoll (ill wd oil. r nl tlll
-"It- fur lth uur full mist runt. -.- far
im 'mi-. I in1-' Jtmrllrre Hrr frlahfencMl I
flifo i liiti siliiK !U " I lit -Ci ni's" nri-f
nail iiild to he M and fellow anil "maka
mono I or ii ii i ki' 1 1 . ' l i t them i hume
you four tlnir mir prlre If iiu wunt lo I
In, i W9 iloii'I think vu wilt, Kvery wtoh I
Iihn ii it 1 1 1 nr., uk hi trated and reffulatel
for it m i 'ist muj toilful to be In A-I con
dition. If you wunt a relliahle tinienlei-i !
III.. I lollhN lO Ull illMit-Ulillll fs (M K',il m I
my -"... e;olil Him h. don't ruil t at
H-iii ioom m infni, neiirr mi. mo into
any Jeweller'a on your wuy htre mid uh
to are h watrh lor VIO.oO or i:.m, unci ,
oinimn- It with the-sfl we offer for ftVt,
with our tea-.vettr ruarantee), W'e will not I
urce you to piirchantj Just um your own
Judciiiriit. thai'- till. No mail or me- I
Maflcr orUern filled.
A QoId-rtlUd Fob rfven I
with every one of th.ie
vatrhei "Absalutelv Fraa." '
If you pay more than 36
fat; the beat if jnwellM watch itium
jeweller can be the judae.
rnada In the I'nlted Btataa you are
CHARLES A. KEENE
a gT afffv rttomonda. Walrhss. Jawelrr.
loll Broadway, New York
qfxs until veuteu. . i
THE IVllfllf WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911
DINE IN OUR COOL AND POPULAR. PRICE RESTAURANT. EIGHTH FLOOR
XSZXTff AVE. WTO 20 - 'STREET.
In New York's Shopping Center
The Sales In This Advertisement Are for Friday
and Saturday Store Closes Saturday at 1 P. M.
Drastic Reductions On All Our Remaining Women's
Dresses, Suits and Coats
At Prices You'll Never Forget
To say the values are extraordinary is not enough; they are sensational, posi
tively unparalleled; come and see. You'll find that it is impossible for us to make the value-giving
statement strong enough. crmrdrtee.
They represent the very finest things of the season from the Paris-inspired Simp
son Crawford stocks. There are a few dresses and suits of this kind and a few
of the very choicest frocks and costumes New York has seen this season.
SJ.9S for Women's Lingerie Dresses.
formerly up to 16.50
IS. 00 for Women' Silk and Llnferle Dresses.
formerly up to 1 10.04
sr.40 for Women's Crepe Meteor Dresses.
formerly up to slT.ri
r.0 for Women' Linen and Llnferle Dresses,
formerly up to I1P.7S
18.50 for Women's Llnferle Dresses.
formerly up to slt.M
113.73 for Women's Llnferle and Silk Dresses.
formerly up to 134. rs
U.73 for Women's Llnferle and Silk Dresses.
formerly up to 139.73
19.T5 for Women's Lingerie and Afternoon Gowns,
formerly up to 134.73
124.73 for Women's Llnferle anU Afternoon Gowns,
formerly up to 143.30
M9.T5 for Women's Llnferle and Afternoon Gowns.
formerly up to 147.30
47.30 for Women's Evening Gowns.
formerly up to 9100.00
975.00 for Women's Evening Gowns.
formerly up to 9125.00
99.75 for Women's Tailored Suits.
formerly up to 925.00
912.75 for Women's Tailored Suit.
formerly up to 990.00
97.50 for Women's Tailored Linen Suit.
formerly up to 914.50
94.75 for Women' Tailored Linen Coat.
formerly up to 97.50
95.04 for Women' Short Taffeta Coat.
formerly up to 912.75
97.50 for Women's Lonf Serf and Mixture Coats.
formerly up to 914.74
912.79 for Women' 45 Inch Mixture Coat.
formerly up to 916.90
19.75 for Women's Tourist Coat.
formerly up to 957.60
94.75 for Women' White Serf and Fancy Linen Coat.
formerly up to 9X2.40
914.54 for Women's Etamine Coats.
formerly up to 424.74
912.75 for Women's Tafleta Coat.
formerly up to 922.40
427.50 for Women' Evening and Dress Coats.
formerly up to 950.00
994.75 for Women' Evening and Dress Coats,
formerly up to 975.44
91.79 for Women' Washable Dresses.
formerly up to 93.50
92.75 for Women' Washable Dresses.
formerly up to 94-54
95.50 for Women' Washable Press,
formerly up to 96.50
44.50 for Women' Washable Dress a.
formerly up to 48.44
95.75 for Women's Washable Dresses,
formerly up to 914.40
91.00 for Women's Washable Skirt.
formerly up to 91.94
91.24 for Women's Washable Skirts.
formerly up to 42.40
94.50 for Women's Washable Skirt.
formerly up to 94.50
You probably are tired of your Straw Hats
by this time. The New Hats are Ready
TLJT ERE arc ii few of the new things in headwear for immediate wear. Whether in soft
white felt, soft black velvet or velour they are just the thina for now. The atvle snnnr.v
W ' I'M' J
and becoming, and best of all they are all extremely ponnW in price
rr ststa lloer.
TUFmSmrmmmLi asfeVslirsflJ' Lr BKeksWjv SaEjf
Soft Finished Black Velvet Hats, with
black or white soutache binding 11.98, $2.48 ft f 375
White Felt Hats: un trimmed, also some 1
simply trimmed; many styles and sizes $1 48. $1 .98 & up
Soft Finished Velour Hats, hand- I Soft, Two-toned English Felts: -
some quality in black and colors $3.i8 bright finish: smart tlOR
BardJin Fridav's nrFsrind in fh.
Saw saj aswaas MM, S W
August Furniture Sale
Complete Outfit $15
Men's Odd Rain Coats
Men's Odd Trousers
Men's Odd Coats fcr Vests
Men's Straw Hats
ITS TITLE describes the side. It is the clearing out of the odds and ends from our Men's
Clothinff Store. rr tssssA
There is every sort of clothing in the sale a few of tbl and a few of that not much of any one kind.
If you can spare a few minutes to poke through the piles you will get a good suit or any garment for a mere fraction
of its real value.
It's a sale that comes only once a season a sale that brings great profit to those who can find their site.
Remember, Clothing for Men and Young Men in tbis great odds and ends sal.
100 Men's Odd)$
Suits; formerly up
Auto Dust- f "I Of
ers; formerly X.aJ
up to $10 J
Men's Odd Full)
Dress Pants; for- 3
Men's Oddi4 7Z
values to $10.)
Suits; for- O.tFD
merly $15. . . . J
Men's Odd) 4
Coats; from OK
Odd White 7Q,
Khaki Pants. . . J
Any Man's) Z '
Straw Hat in 50c
stock now )
Cloth Vests; Of
from suits up to aJc
Men s S3, 14) $
and 15 Odd 1 R
Alpaca Coats x'
Pants; iroin' f Aft
HO anil $45 JU.fD
Pants; from suits
Coats and J A f f
Coats and 1U.DU
: and $35
Men's Odd 2 aq
Alpaca Coat. . . J yQc
Flannel $t rt
Pants; for- ' UXio
merly $5 J
merlv$20iimlrX $25: some silk v
Men s 15)
and $18 Odd 'kQ
big men; rkp9tf
sizes 42, 44, M 2
40 and 48;
to $35.... . ,J
Great Clearance of Men's
65cfor Men's $1 to $1.25 Shirts
$1.30 for Men's $2
Silk and Linen Shirts
Not a shirt in the lot was
made to sell for less than
$2.00; only the finest grndc
silk and linen were used in
the milking. Very ehecr, c41
and splendid in pattern. All
42.65 for 4 00 Eagle Silk
88c for toK50PaJama4
All aorta of ahlrta are included, manv of thorn from our own rrirular .t, L .
The materials include woven madras, percales, mercerised cottons, in plain colors
and stripes. Various style cuffs; all shirts are coat rut.
A tew of the higher priced shirts are counter soiled.
95c for Men'sSof t CuffShtrts,
Worth Up to $2.00
These are oihls un I ends fron our regulnr stocks of higher
priced goods. Only the finest mercerised fabrics were used In their maVin.
They are solid colors and neat colored stripes.
All coat models snd soft French enffa; sises 14 to ITU. TT Mara fleer.
$2.79 for a Regular $5.00
Silk Jersey Petticoat
HTHIS IS AS FINE A LOT of Petticoats as was ever
made to sell for $5.
We took the remainder the maker hnd on hand and got them
to sell at nearly half price. rr ewood n, Man omen miea.
All are of the finest quality silk Jersey with
messallne ruffle In all the new fall shades.
Only 250 to sell at this remarkably low price.
Clearance of French and Domestic Undermuslins.
Slightly soiled and in broken .sizes, but all sizes in the lot.
All are of the finest materials, trimmed with Val. and Cluny laces,
some hi ad embroidered.
85c for Men's 1.30
Every kind of stripe models
can be found in this lot Made
of good grade mercerised
elotli, and in the colors and
patterns men are wearing at
50c for 91.00 Silk Knit Tics
42.25 for Men' 45.50 All
tt uraicu avnii vsiainf l
Kully worth S i i nn. tasa thau half price Iifi. 00. One hun
dred outfits. wbiu ihoy last. Noto carefully the Illustration
-920.00 hoi aprin. 910.00 felt mattress, 94.00 pair of plllowa
n nr aio.uu,
Were $1.25 to $7.50: Now 50c to $3.95
$3.98 for Imported Robes, Values Up to $16
i nese oeaulilui robes ol f,ne French VOUe, DOW mi popular for si reel wear as well as evening
gowns, are much sought ufter 1 y women of refined taste.
Iu an unusual way we sc ired about 2.00 of the most up-to-the-ininiile styles. They arc exqui
sitely embroidered in Frenc'i hand-work effects and are particularly adapted to the new draped
gown so much discussed by the world of fashion. 'vc? MM"'
They come In all white, light blue. pink, hello and champagne, and the price 1... O.JO
About Half Price) for
Misses and Children's Low Shoes
All leathers find all sizes in the lot; good shoes,
very pair of them. r-fi iin.i. rm- tm
75c for 11.25 to 41. rs Low Shoes
98c for 42.00 to $9.00 Low Shoes
And splendid choosing in shoes for older folks as well.
$1 .89 for 43.50 and $4.00 Patrician Low Shoes
$1 .79 for $5.00 White Canvas Button Shoes.
Ties. Pumps and Colonials
Sir Henri White Nubuck Shoes, $4.00.
Sir Henri White Canvas Shoes, $5.00.
- v .a. a
Bargain Fridav Offers Many Specials in the
j? August Sale of Sheets, Pillow Cases. Etc.
509 Doz. 89c Extra Large Sheets. 59c
Made from a spleni!i! (n avy quality bleached aho'tini,
lot lull aise and extiu largs bed, 90 i GO inches. Theae
aheet.i sre positively lrm than wholesale coat.
60c Seamless Single Sheets, 39c
Ahout 2S0 dos. in this lot, good firm quality seamless
In-. I alurta (or ainclt- lieds. 4 I 90 wob, Nicely
made (tX Main Floor.
$45.00 Brass Bed
With Circassian Walnut Panels.
This bed ia a perfect beauty. It baa
bandaome Circassiun walnut pan
el! to match your I'ircaaiian wal
nut chamber furniture and st the
same lime you have a clran sani
tary bed. It is sometbinK new ami
well worth your
while to hce. Auk
uat Sale price
t nmt' new ami
16c and 20c Pillow Cases
A mill clciin-up of about 4S() doten
pillow cases, nicely made of K"MI
btaaeaad muslins; your rb of
hemstitched or plsin hemmed. Big
ular Me before hemminr, fj rl
5x30; at 1 ZtC
$2.00 White Bed Spreads
I'xtra larire kize white crochet bed
spreads liravy, firm quality ; hand
some uxnIhI lion pattern'.; AO
extni special at X.O
1.50 White Crochet Bed
Full site, excellent heavy quality,
hemmed ends; exceptional on
bargain. No mail order OOC
30c Scalloped Pillow
Regular sise 4AsSA. Made of good
quality bleached BMsllS with Q
scillopril embroidery d(,. X J C
sun. .uimic in liign-ciassuress-
fnuker faskioa of plain nnd
chaagtabls taffeta and nvssa
lino in 9evri)al slefsUit soodsls,
trimmed with striped and con
tnuling colored oilk and fancy
buttons, slreppingM, etc.
Bathing Suits at 42.95
1'. In.il . I O. ...
most unuausl bargain for fnday j Bquart round neck models with
(loo 0099S aeamlcas bed aheela. well , panel front, new one-piece or separate
made and good, durable quality; (.r .(); trimmed with lancy
tfl lU'll i.l I if rn.i.t .... ( - f... . t I U
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riZt : .TTT"
mutt ure navv am blaea.
Clearance Sale of Women's Smart Bathing Suits!
3.95 for Handsome Silk
Bathing Suits That
Usually Sell for $7.50
These ai the attractive beach costumes that stylish
wotiifii are wi-uring this sea-
to .c and 75c Seamless Sheets
three-quarter and double beds;
7'.I0 and 7tlxl.O iiirhei, aire a q
quoted before hemming tjC
Extra fine quality; will launder beau
tifully; K SB fl tffrlS new pat- nv
term, special at J J C
$69 00 Dinintf Outfit for 4qs:
Leather Seat and Lack Chairs W
The table, as illustrated in tail et. is worth $33.10, so you can readily
see the value offered in this set at our price, 83.V00. Each set OOBjiatl of 7
piece. remeroKer, 7 rieoe. Tlv9 ellslfl sr full pife and have ip seats. Sftej
upnoisieren ducks ol genuine leather. I lieae acts, us loug sa tliev r V
Lwill laat during the Auguat Sale, at JPaJDA
$1.00 Vanity Case. 50c
The Newest Thing. Just 275 Pieces,
That Are Regularly Sold at $1.00
In gilt and silver, SVs by inches, fitted with a large
oval mi .ror powder receptacle and puff. Coin l.o Icr au-1
a icul IsStlwi purse and card case combined on llie o po
ll I aid", with chain to carry on wrist. tr Main Hoefi
Combines all the comfort i of a I. a.1 and at this little
price it ia a remarkable value.
Continuing That Great Sale of
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and
$5 Lace Curtains
Elaborate Marie Antoinette Curtains T
iWhitc or Ecru I
Genuine Linen Cluny Curtain;,
Novelty Renaissance LaeeCurtaim.
We sold over 1,100 puirs on Wednesday t proof of their
value. Whut makes the 1"' price possible is that a fell known
DBsouiaoturer oaroe to Bitnpson Crawford Co, snd offered his
surplus stoi'k at 'i')r',, less than usual wholesale co.st. is raarta nr
Ths Maris Aotolnette Curtains us well s the Cluny m n!
Novelty Renaissance Curtains ar all mounted on heavy French
Imported Bobbinets ami are mad' v, itli iloulilc bit imJ Igss,
Women a Dathlnii Suits at 91.99
Formerly i.29 and tl.93
Krgul.itinn ssilof collar and Dutch
neck models, embellished with white
snd Inney braids. Colors are nsvy
and blaoa. A irdeodid suit at what
it would cost to lure au unsightly oue
a few timea.
Difocal or Double Vi;;l.in 1'ar and
Near Glasses In C!d Is r e
rilled Frames, at l.OlV
klf I 'alt tared I oc tori will nanilna
y IP eyi frei f rhuv ITT Main Floor.
That Usua ly Sell at
$3.50, Friday for
V.V ''a, 1 IB)) last in-
rfVL- JM, "" '.very one
t' jlijjyi, ) y'- ''' Of f I
s: tf TMrS Ilaari
HAIR SWITCHES- so Inches Ions,
three separate items. A fLC
laual price IT .00, I
iiAik SW1TC riiia- iue up to
14.00, II SDd t niches aq
long. Chela t l.lvO
Other Swilehei at Low us 95c.
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.. SIXTH AVE.. 19TJ TO 40TH ST IN NtW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER
' sj out front yuuni
as. sue- ui v priood
riiw t oi u Urstl ivl
iii4d; iu ths..
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tl.'.ri ft Iba. . . . OsjC
of real Hin i if
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Tra u aui uaulur
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full pauk. n
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lint, nil; I wtftw
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Royal Stuart Q gm
tossr" Hp 82c 1
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sjsesafs Rutter Kitre ereara.
lair. sea quality; pure, A
mall or ' rl.'h. craamr flavor: SJ
jii thoas A-lti. aaalnS alma W
llama. e r ci o k ( aallvsrad I .
'I Si 70 1 10. print
I'eerlea. i net its "JO- A
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