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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912.
POLICE HAVE NOT
i FOUND SLAYER OF
BARBUTO CHILD
Mystery of Brutal Murder i)f
Little Maria in Brooklyn
Unsolved.
FATHER ASKS JUSTICE.
Not a -Single Clew Unearthed
I And Detectives Withdraw
One by One.
.Ait unu 'lvrj nurttSf strry ti rap
idly !.ia.iiiK Into Die polles Ilmim of
Molten I!, n.. BIhtyrw-Old Sl.'li
Barb ito, t'.n tenrtnent Bhtld Who MveJ
it No. H L'nlon street, Brooklyn, mi
njiffoi i i by the hand or a (lend on
.T'llv II Her body was fo.inil !n llutti r
rank Chaan.l four lv thereafter,
iuif ii d lys have passed and tiie iie-
tertlves !me math not DIM arrest, nor
have th, niot;re.'sel ono sti-p t .wa- I
th- gppretienelofi of tha child's BAtts
dr. r.
Maria, who was t;r pi" of that pirt
at L'nlon itr.t h-rr she r.".o and who!
sal by cba afftctlonata nickname of
'frin. nowei atnoni the roucti men 1
of th- ntht)orhood, left hr tiom
i. on tha moraine of Wednesday,
July !1, tu play w th cttn-r children in
the ttrati . Taper to tarn a few pennies,
th little girl po:v e. veral hOttfS
eerrvlnu bricks In hof arnn from the
the street la front of lUokMI eVIialln'l'l
BlOon i a fow doors nw.iy fr in her
home, lo a pine In the nnr of th
t where tfaba Ina wai to hava an
Mansion built,
TnV sturdy Hit:., jlrl, bare legged nni
Via heaileil, carried n.-veii hrh-ks In
ee)i armful, gabetlno notload that a
man of the longshoreman typa who waa
a. strangi-r In li-s saloon, kepi following
the crill.l n her ,')u-ncys bark and
afortti with admiring aysi
'stranger REMARKED ON
8TRENGTH OF CHILD.
Several Uins the stranger rom:nented
upon whut a atri-ns back tha youngitaf
ajtnat have to ba kbla to carry heavy
armful!) like that. He even miide a
waiter with Sat-atlno aa to the we'.aht
of tha lOad of brlrka little Maria WBJ
carrying on eah trip. The raloun
keeper anl the man who ralel the
argument t.ok the trouble a weiatli a
brick at a neighboring fruit stanl to
decide the wafer. Such li the deadly
tplrlt of the lomironplaep on t'nlon
atreet.
Hut, the bet lactdad, 8atatlno'a pa
I. mi h Fill au.i. lafttlS Maria. SO ti
batino noticed, atopped i nrrylng brlcka
and waa not to be Been after the
attange man' disappearance. Then
came the call of her mother, anl then
the search, which grew wider and
wilder every hour. The neighborhood
Joined In the cearch and for (he next
three daya Tiilon atreet waa In a tur
moil of doubt and siisplt Ion.
On Saturday a man pulled the body
of a child from ttie water, arveral
hundred yardi off the Decjraw atreet
AookB, which are near the Bartv.itn
home It waa the body of tha mlsslnR
Marin. When the 'nronr's physicians
Bama to examine It they discovered
that n tiortion of one of the little girl's
"mWgnrmente had been torn off,
aaddd into a ball and pushed ao far
lown her throat aa to lortgw In the
windpipe. On top of thin a blue and
white polka dot handkerchief, with
one corner torn ofT, had been rammed.
Death had .nine to little Mai in through
suffocation,
There were avtdanSM tha: the child
had been brutally handled before death
Intervened.
MANY DETECTIVES SWARMED
ABOUT.
The Usual cloud of detr-c'.lves from
BiiKiki n Haodquartsri descended on
th neighborhood of l'nlon atreet when
tl;e nuirder nae discovered. Harhit.,,
'ii father, ktlOW nothing except that
ha had been robbOd of his ch id. Maria's
' tnothef rr ed hygtorlOtlly for vengeance.
I Tha detectives went through the
I usual motions of searching for clues.
Several days passed, and v. ben nothing
waa turned up by them some of tin
men of tae neighborhood who had a,l
mlrid the bright eyed little Marin m t
In Sabntlno's saloon, raised s treSSl hu i
dred dollars to offer as a reivsi.i foi
the capture of her flayer and pledged
themedves W do all they could to track
the brute who had taken the ChlM'l
life.
fill not a ' le was found, not even
t;e tdaee where the child was in ir
ilercd. No cn" was discovered who had
seen a man carrying the limp body of
a child through the streets to the
wharves. The path to apprehending the
murderer was blocked by a solid wall.
lavs pissed, and one by one the de
tectives who had been on the case wire
withdrawn. 'upt. "oughlln, In charge
of the detectives of th" Amity street
station, ssya that he still has the case
"covered." But almot nightly for a
week past Barbuto, the fitber, has ap
peared at the station demanding to
know why the murderer of his child
hwas not been bronchi to justice.
FOR PEACE WITH ITALY.
$25,000 GEMS RECOVERED.
I'lacre Mining M.ll,.,il. I aril la
Debris of Borneo Hotel.
A.iirnv PARK, v J. Aug. I.
I'l i COT mining nvthods ose4 on the
debris of the P'Mes Hotel at Lock
Arbour, destroyed bv Are list moi't'i.
have fOCWVorod .leweiry worth J'J.'i.uni), or
per cent, of wnat was lost. HdWitd
I' Snrth of New York paid tl for per
mission to rspiore the debris, posted
sons and daughters of guests ns guards
nn I then w isard the ruins through
three screenings.
Money, silver mesh bans nod diamond
CUfi pins are among the recnM-red valu
ables, and Mrs. ClgOgg Bohllug of New
York has been handed, a missing lav.i
1 ere valued at fl.l'OT.
My Clrorarcc Sn?e reaches
the limit of vulue-giving.
It'i the case of clothing
o;oing at less thor manu
facturer's prices.
Moe Levy, lexingion to 3d avlnie
i!UVn" H9-I25 WAV.er St., N. Y.
I.OMiON. Aug. 9. The rhron1?le's
i'onstantlnopte COfrcapondant w1res a
upectal commission has hi en appointed
under Kit mil 1'asha. President of the
i'otincll oT Stale, to consider the possi
bility of arranging pi ace with Italy.
Both Turkey and Montenegro have
withdrawn ail the.r troops from I If
frontier, gccordlng to the Cunstantinopi"
corresponlent of the Dally Mall, anc"
the Kofttaaagrtfl Qovsmnaal has m
sured ths Porta Of its pa Iflc Intention'.
H
I f mt
I I BIG )
I ST0W
Hu awklaVa uuaatua Sum it.
AdtenlMeMau i The Woeid au n left u
ear AaMiioea Mautei atesneou sffiM U On)
a? neeu a r. av j . i
"Kill Mc'n" It. nn. ii,1.-il.
liONKON, Aug. I. "KM Mc?oy"
(Norman Hclby), the American boxer,
ataa brought up again yaitofdgy in Boo,
Street Police Court o : tne chargw of
larceny alleged to twivo tien commute i
g intend. The MaglatratC again n
Mll d him for a week, bis hall bolng
renewed. McCoy has dtclarod ever
since arrest that he can prove himself
I Innocent.
YOUR STOMACH IS YOUR BEST
FRIEND OR YOUR WORST ENEMY
A liad stomach cnuse you to have
sick lieailaclirs, indigestion, biliousness,
i irregular appetite, insomnia, consti
pation, feel tired and all run down and
1 depressed and nervous in spirit.
Cooper's New Discovery will tone up
1 a run-down over-worked stomach, help
digest yottf fond, strengthen the nervous
system and restore the stomach to a
healthy condition ao that you may cat
' what you please without fear of indi-
. gcstiiaa or stomach trouble.
! Cooper's New Discovery will rid jour
liody of .ill poisons, excessive ncids anil
stomach gas. which sour your entire
ineai, and enable your stomach to perform
its duty so perfectly that every particle
of food will aid in nourishing the body
and give tone and strength to the sys
tem. It will nlso ragtMM your bowels
and relieve you of constipation, help the
liver and kidncj-s ond restore your en
ergy, ambition anil appetite. Thnt naus
eous feeling will leave you, nnl in fact,
you will feci fine generally.
Don't delay but bo to your druggist
and get a bottle of Cooper's New Dis
covery, take three doacg OPC before i nch
meal and if you don't think it'. the beet
medicine jou have ever used, J'our
money will be refunded, After taking
a full bottle you will feel like a new per
son. For sale at all druggists.
tl
35 Block 8th Av. 36
NEWARK. N. J., S'iOKC. 41 AND 61 MARKET .VI'RELT Double Stamps
STORE CLOSED AT 6 P. IM. DURING AUGUST Mornings U Afternoons
Our Economy Furniture Sale
1 .AttiiQ
Extra Cash
Discount
Offer!
Prices Are Lower Than Ever,
Notwithstanding Which
l we iilll nil, in Mn i roi invr-iii-v-r ,,i ...
I ri-.n i knt, on cimi i i ik iiaskm. this
I "i'l s i ii anicri sen urtlrle. as ivell .is tu an
or me liiiiusunil. or liarsolns 1 briiiiYliiiul mo'
iiiiriiii.u. stiH k. lit Y NOW AND Ntvt; MOM '
Single Stamps
Offers Marvellous Money-Saving ODDortunities
Compare the prices in thin advertisement with those elsewhere. Come into our
store, Ret the prices on anything in our enormous stock then compare them with
the price;; of any other store and convince yourself that
Our Prices Are Always the Lowest
s
Sale of Ftc'iher Pillows
Weight 2 lbs
aanitary. cdor.ess feathers
fancy art ticking.
fi'zo 17x25 icichea;
in
39c
iv JJ Z
we upen Accounts f roml $6 Sliding Couches O OQ
aranleed 10 Years I asel U J
Odd Parlor
Armchairs and Rockers
Actually Worth from $8 to $12
Each, Your Choice at
ON SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS
Wc Take Care of Our Cua timers in Tune
ef Distress and Misfortune.
WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE.
In case of the death of the wage
earner of your family we will at
once give you a receipted bill in
full of your account.
snvT0 OUR CUSTOMERS:
During this sals nag nut addwhstvrr
jrou nrtd lo sour scroi nt
vi i run t a:ni r.nrilA UhPOSIT. a
.V
May bs used ss s dissn, s full sue bed
or twostpsratu single beds. Th-se alidi.ig
cjuehes hsve (uncus ROMEI INK SPRINGS,
which sre fusrsntsed for 10 jresrs snd si.
the most rcmi irtsble rprinfi nude noise
less snd non-sagiinf. The trim's are all
steel. The mattresses sre of solt cMton,
covered with grceti denim.
I
Vricii
PI. JV
5.49
Mshnssnj
linisned,
J highly
i p ilc,'
Si m.
me Im I
uphul
rtered Mali and
barks:
othrrs
hsre loote coshions with wo"d berk
corerad with relour, tsp-stry and
dsmatk. Only one or two ef s kind.
Come inily to secure best tele-til r.
Solid Oak
Dinins Chair
79c
sk. tejjog linrli, strong csnelruclior;
l.piedlj bark; hrsre arm.
$2.50 Mahogany
Finished
Rocker
m mm j r,
1.49
"Better ('oca for the Same Money, or the
Same Good for Lvh Money Than Mnewhere"
both
(siccsor)
GREENHUT-
SIEGEL COOPER 0
c assis J. B GREENHUT. Pres. mewyork
VwTjEw YORK'S SllOI'l'ISd CKTER,7
We Close at 1, Tomorrow!
MAIS BUILDING
'i. i ... ) fitiish.d Rackeri I
tstrs tUong cent If.-c
gaendoug haigain.
2oiiaUak1 "1 OIV'.SO FibreO A A
China Closet 1 i Rocker . .Z.
Earlv Eni?liali finish. Sixty-
five inches high, 26 inches wide.
Three deep ahelvea. Full bent
ulaan ends. Claw feet.
$20 Quartered
Oak Couch . .
9.89
Quartered oak
frame. Dolished.
heavy claw feet. Soft upholaterod top.
witJmtaclheT
Covered
Mode of fibre, green finiah,
high back, room) seat. str,in;,
aerviceable and comfoi table;
an exceptional value. S
y.b'C? 3.981.
Made of solid oak,
Early Knelish finiah;
top26x42 inchest large
drawer and shell.
Men
Blue
Serge
Suits
(Also Fancy Materials)
Saturday
Morning
Sale at
Regular Selling Prices to $12
$5
This Summer's biggest bargain snap in men's
and youlhs' suits for a $5 bill. In addition to blue
serge suits, there are BROWNS, TANS. GRAYS
nnd MIXTURES. All sizes up to 42 chest measure.
COME EARLY. FOR THhSh SW hUllb WILL SURELY
GO A-MUSTLING AT $5 EACH. AND FIRST CHOICE
YOU KNOW IS BLS V.
Saturday Morning We Also Continue Our
"Choice of the House" Sale of Suits, $15
Hundreds of $20. $25 and $30 suits in tbil sale. The
onlv garments W reserve in this big once-a-ycar event are
FULL DRESS. TUXEDOS and PRINCE A LB CRT FROCK
SUITS.
Other "Star uargains:
.....i .i nunc TROI SKRS at SI.K.Y
STRIPED WORSTED TROUSERS; 1,000 pairs; "Kingly
make ; all sizes. $2.
$2 and $2.50 Fl'STIAN and KHAKI TROUSERS; all
shades; all sizes, $1.50.
$1.25 KHAM TBOU8EB8, 95c.
"ODD" TAN RAINCOATS; values to $4; all sizes; $2.45.
UN LI NED OFFICE COATS; tan. slate and black; values
to $2.50; 95c.
Men's Straw Hats Now 50c
"Odds and ends;" all sizes. Newest braids; values
Ml
' I - f IM ' It I I
IteUiU' Pi!
II. v- K III
.ost;
1
Mm i
i m i i -
,- .''ii-.i'H fl Pr n
t- s.-- r. i
WWW
1
J 1
i -
to $1.50.
(MAIN BjllJ.n,, Ssco.iJ I .oor
MAIN Bl ILDING-
Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Cakes
Do Your Marketing in the World's Greatest Grocery
lon'orrow l arly in tne forenoon. nunureas of
Special Prices. Specimens
Fresh Moats
IMTKS - Fltih klllfJ lost 99l
Ki'J le..
TLHIi.is "hoit uuiliiy, Jiv )!
glert-J, Is
iski j . i :.k- jry-ricK.a yVf
CHI':KtN Choice dry p ltd IS.
for selllJI, III
urn i . ltd fn fc k 'fl.
Ptan. 'IvtHlt, l "vv
I ami; Lens of ftn I - :, 1
drecttJ. Is....
I.AV.i: l'i:ll fore quir-c.-. uf . t- 1
id. la 1
MUTTON- Lagt or fan., Csnidi 1 I.
i sck, !a
'.f.HI. PiUS -Seet pi-.',.ltl 1A.
i nn, i it"-
HAK9 'c .'.cJ ltn f.-eth Jrr- y
Fresh Fruits and
Vejjptables
MESSINA LEMONS
2 dot
MP!, VIST, LUSCIOUS CAN
TAI.OUI'ES -doj., VIX; S tor .
NEW SWEET COHN -
dot
luscious PINBAPPIRI leg
ti in; seta
NEW ORBENINQ APPEBI I
tuat bt.krt
HEAD IJrmjCB, re b.inch bte', -.,
sholraKia; each
I HE sit PEACHES Usrat, ripe,
liMiiiius fru.l; Uree till esCJC
25c
20c
::oc
10c
34c
Home Made Cakes
MOCHA CAKM Mtple c;kts, Flortacs
Eakta, ipsafe ceket, uhltt leel cikti,
Old lest c ikts or currarl esksei
tifh .
K! -'1
lbs. . . .
I'Ot'NL)
15c
CAKB! I :2o
Ml.l'HY WIDOW POUND CAKES ",
tsek, aagi 1 Ikt eOl
Dellcateeeett
Fre.h'v r pgeled
stuffed, ready t'i e;
-rs,
l; ei.h
i).)C
GREBNBVT Bl IL DING
Midsummer Salt' of Furniture and Ml Olher Home
OntfltttBCI in Full uing. lfunrlri'dK of Specials lor
Saturday's Half-Hhopping-day.
T
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
59.tt to 60ih STREET
Store Open Saturdays Until 6 o'Clock
LJ.sV Doubt efAT O'reen Trading Ulajpi With fur chant Before 12 o'clock
m M n m
V4
1,000 Men's
and Youths'
$12 to $18 Summer
and Early Fall Suits
$g.88 ATitr $9.88
Fancy Cheviot Suits, in
Brown, Gray and Tan.
Serviceable Worsted
Suits, in Plain and Fancy.
( 15 lo '2'2 years for youths.
1 M to 41 cheti fr iniMi.
Blue Serges, Plain and
Fancy.
Plain Gray Worsteds.
Fancy Cheviots, in many
different patterns.
c: f 15 to t't years for youths.
I ... 111 'i
0 chtfct for men.
500 Men's $2.50 Trousers
Sizes fM lo 4 waist,
and cheviot, in nent
.erizc; at
Made of funey worsted
stripes; also plain blue
1
.88
Women's $2 & $2.50 Low Shoes, $1.29
Pumps and Oxfords, in block or tan kid ond patent leather.
New, fresh goods from a prominent
maker ond clearance ot oca
lines. All sizes
in the lot.
-Sue
$1.29 m& W
Dainty Dresses for Young People
At A"iust Clearance Prices
Children a Dreaaea, in two spenal
underpriced lots, made of fine
chambrays, Enghama and per
cales; assortment of neat styles,
with Dutch nerk and kimono or
inset sleeves: also Bloomer Dresses,
trimmed with embroidery or plain
colors, sises 2, 3 and 4 yrs. , QO
reduced to 79c and OOC
( .iris' Dream-H, of white perrule, one
piece, sailor collar, ruffs and belt of
navy or red perculc; ulao Norfolk
Middy Suits, trimmed with plain
color, nnd pluid gingham Dresses,
trimmed with piping and plain
color; full pirated Skirts in all
styles; si.-esft to 14 years, C""! QQ
reduced to UJJL.lJO
Juniors' l-l'ime Ureases, in tancy
percales, with Dutch neck and in
set sleeves, trimmed with piping
und plain color lawns; revcrs on
skirts and waist of plain
colors; sises 13, IS, 17 jn ,Q(J
reduced price DOf
Junior-.' Tailor-MuiU' Suits, of all wool serges, fnncy and whipcord, as
sortment of styles; NoiTolk or semi fitted coats, some three piece suiti,
eutUbte for mountain or sc.iside wear; sites 13, 15, 17 years. (P "I A AA
reduced to S7.oti mid O J.U.UU
m If
Tailored Linene
Shirts to Go QQa
Saturday at
thing es
pecially appro
priate for
maids,
nurses
and wait
resses ut a
small
pricr.
They are
extr.i
qurlity,
neirtly
tailored,
voke
buck,
l.iiaidrred
coltnr und
cuffs,
0 i b s o n
plait, pocket and
hutto.-.s; special. . .
WMte Middy lllousca.
SStra quality; special
price.
pearl
98
98
Sale of Suit Cases
Stock entirely too lur for this
time of the year is the only teason
of these ClearaHOg pricec:
12.98 Keul Cane Suit yj
Cases, 24 inches, nt i ' I -lL
IJ.7S Russet Leather u) Q7
Stilt Cases, 24 in., t Ou.iJl
$5. 00 Cowhide Suit
Cased, 24, 26 in.
$5.15 and $6.50 Suit CM A7
Cases, 24, 26 in., at iDT.Ui
M.U'i flour.
-S S3.49
Parasols in a
Sweeping
Clearance
Every parasol in stock will
be disposed of regardless of
value. Note these unusual
reductions:
I'uraeols, usudlly $1.25 to PA
$1.75, at OUt
r.iraaoK viuully $3.00 (T'I AA
to $5.00. at kDl.UU
Styiet, shapes and colors too
numeroua to detail. Every taste
and every purse can be easily sat
isfied, statu near,
Wonderful Values
in Long Gloves
Suturday always brings big
selling in this thoroughly up-to-date
glove dcp'iitnunt. What
we've provided for to-morrow will
surely ti.ake a visit worth while.
Women's . 1 Clasp Llale
Thread Clovca, black 1 9
or white AOt
W'omen'a ."0c I Hmw Length
Muuiuuetuire (alovee, choice
of ailk hales in white or black,
and in natural color; all r)r
suet , . . ejej C
W omen's H9c Heavy Pure Silk
Elbow Length Clovea, moua
quetaire style, double finger
tips, black or white; all
sizes
59c
Out Goes All Summer Underwear
at Most Emphatic Reductions
A clearance "nic to-morrow of Summer Underwear for
men ard women that will interest hundreds. Rend thiB r.ota
hl" list of bfiraains! ond there arc numberless others.
Women's Unron Soils, 19c
Fine gttuftr ccttot unit n suits, low
t.eck. rcgul. r and estiu sues at this
remnrkuble pi ice.
Women's Inion Suits, 35c
Lists thread! low neck ur.d no
sleevev. regull i . nd estra sizes.
Womtn's lnd'.i vests, Gc
Fine riL'..nl cotton vests, rcgulur
utul extra aii I,
Women's face and Ribbon
Trimmed Lisle Vests, 15c
Men's Union Suils. 39c
Ankle length, short sleeves . nd
very appmpriute for the present
ai atoii. To go in this great August
clearance at Jvc
Balbriggan Underwear. 19c
Men's Short ileeve It , I u,:gvii
shirts and knee drawers; un extraor
dinary value. August clearance
price, 19c.
Nainsook Underwear, 19c
Men's naint,ook "Athletic" shirts
und drawers; all sites, unsurpassed
value. Special August clearance
tale price is lvc.
$2.50 Watches, 4.98
.Men's and
Boys' $2.50
Watcbee
thin model,
open face,
gun- metal
cases, fitted
with impor
ted move
ments.
Cleurance
Sale Price
morrow
to-
$1.98
A Handsome Box of
3 Doz. Fresh
Cut Flowers
for
50c
The flowers will be artis
tically arranged with fine
greens. Delivered anywhere
on Manhattan Island. The
regular value of this box is
$2.00.
Out KKw.t Shop, Main Fl
Lt.oin.ingdsJ.es' Fresh Meat Specials
Fricassee Chickens, per lb 1 1 1 c
Lamb Chops, worth 18c, lb 12' .c
(Quarter bpring Lamb, with
chops IHjc
Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, lb 1 C
Sirloin and Porterhouse steak, lb. 20c
Ligcf Canada Lamb, pet-'' I21.-
IHc
He
Rousting Chickens, per lb.
Coasting I.nmb, per lb .
29c Incandescent
GasLampllt
I onista of a
gouj, tubatdn
tlal hrass in.
wi h ii tturner;
Aod aervice
uhlti niantU
nnd tngTavil
globe.
BLUOMlNDALIvSUilntn lo 3d Ave., 59th lo 60tn Sl.-
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