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f ; IS FC'JND DEAD
BUgenia'Leutrell $lept in Chair
I tnd Lived on Candy, Milk
iv and Crackers.
RATHER ONCE SENATOR.
Bccentricity Became Marked
i After Death of Widowed
H taquMt. It wa stated to-day hy
Cbronor Wlnterbottom, win b held 1n
tha aeae of Mian Eugenia Leutrell.
Wealthy and ecesntrlc recluse of tha
Clara Arms, No. IS Droadway. who
Was foiaid dead In her apartment, sur
IWanded by empty cracker boxes, bottles
of sour milk and candy tug. Tha
Coroner convinced that death was
from natural oases.
Miss Leutrell was an enigma to her
Crtends. because, although of attractive
appearance and possessed of property
milled at I13O.O00. aha aecluded herself
from avery one, never went to bed and
bod 4 most weird and unusual diet, and
Indirectly this caused iter death.
Coroner Wlnterbot tom'a Investigation
developed the fact that Mlaa 1-utrell 1
had 12,000 worth of Jrwulry. New York
rami estate worth Ixs.iaJO. Jacksonville,
Fie., property worth tll.OOu and IS1.009
OB deposit at the United ItatM Alort-
and Trust Company. .Miss Leu
trell n thlrt-llve years oil ati.l a
daughter of the late State Senator
Qeorge If, ueutrell. Who was prominent
la Tammany politics. Hhe had no llv-
toe relatives that are known.
AJthoiaiih aho had oeoupled l ie room I
for the last Ave months, Mlaa Leutrell 1
ad never had her furn.ture unpucked.
She 1, ad not even a o. d put up tor iier
eelf. Attendants at the Clare Arm .nd
that he nad been OOntent to sleep ,n
chair drawn up to a window.
LetVED ON MILK, CRACKERS AND
Apparency aha took no other food
than milk, sneet crackers and candy.
Tradesman la the nelThborhuod do not
reoall of 'bar having made any other
purchases for month, but aha would buy
these things In lavish quantities, far la
exoees of what sl SOtttd possibly eon
urns beraslf. as was evidenced by the
hundred or more milk bottles and the
countless candy and cracker boxea In
flbe had Lived utterly alone nd had
0 visitors since the death of her
soother, Mrs. Madeleine Leutrell, about
sv month airo I n In the, ...... Ulu
IsautrsU. who was thlrty-Mve ysara old
aatd of preposssaslruc appearand, had
not given signs of eccentrlcty, hut after
har mother's desth She shut herself oom
plstsly from the world.
he and her mother had occupied
rooms on the fourth floor, but she an
nounced that ahe could no Innrer hear
to live in this apartment and took
rooms on the floor above.
There was no auaptrlnn of foul piny
or suicide The woman's grief and
atrange manner of living had under
mined her health and I r II g Pent
wolf of No. 419 West One Hundred
and Twenty-third street, the Leuttrel
family physician of rears xgo, who
was called, told Coroner Wlnterbottom
he ascribed the Woman's midden death
to nn acute attar-:, of gas-ritls.
FIND MUCH JEWELRY, VARIOUS
The body was discovered yesterday by
Bupt. Sundersten of tha flare Arms,
who called a policeman and broke Into
Miss IsrUtraH apartment when he
learned that aha had nol been sc, n sine
Friday. She had been dead twenty
' four hours.
The police turnes! oy - to the coroner.
afaos to-day the following lll of prop,
arty found in Miss Lautrsll's Lpariaisnti
Two goM wnto i as, two gold i i i ns, two
diamond solitaire rings and oaa diamond
duster ring, one p.-itr of diamond soli
taire earrings and one pair of diamond
duster earrings, one go 1 horaesboe phti
one mounted diamond, one diamond
cross, two 110 bills, passlsxik showing
deposits of C.100 In the Immigrants' In
dustrial livings Bank, paaabo k show
ing deposits of Kofi In the Union Dime
Kriiiis Kank. passbook showing de
pot Ls of 11, 727. 30 In the Unl a 1 1
Havings Bank, passbook ihowlna !
iosits of i2i.tK.f. in the One Hundred
and wenty-hfth .tree: bran a ni the
United States MofteTai and Trust Com-
panv and a bankbook showlnar deposits
of RK3.03 In the Harlem branch of the I
Corn Kznhange Bank.
There were also bundles of check- and
receipts relating the dead woman's oper
ations In real estate.
The Indictment of t few old
fogies that lite is "all work and
worry" has bftfl JisposeJ of one.
tnd for all by
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Seashore, Mountain and
Country Hotels and Boarding
Houses in Close rroximitv
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KNOW WHERE TOGO!
Winter's Fashions Will Hide the
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AM O RETICUL
OF TArPETA SIICK AND
The Empire Effect in
Woman's Gown Has
Had Its Day, Style Ex
hibit Shows, and the
Leg -o' -Mntton Sleeve
Is Coming in Again.
Serpent Gown, Curtain
Drapery and One-Sided
Pannier on the List,
While the Hobble Gives
Way to the Semi
ThM ore the most Important nnvel
tlea in next season's warilrobe. SOCord
Ui :,i the Wile arephels uf tt.e Kustilou
eUiow just opened in urund Central
1. T ie serpent rows.
a. The one-elded paunler.
3. The Dutch bonnet.
4. The ecclealaatloal mode.
5. The Ick-u -mutton sleeve.
6. The seml-plalted skirt.
7. Tut shoulder oape.
B The coat-ault t.'f two
. Th. curtain drapery,
lu. The normal wall, line.
of all thaa frjtures tha lo
quaatlonalsly the one that win a
most dltferene In Hie appeunuiL-e of th
uveraKe woman. For goo-l or evil, the
liigh-wulatod empire .net has IniJ Its
day. At one time the skirt ot the one
pltoe ilrejts begraii under the arm p. is
and the tube or knlttliiK needs llnure
was th Meal. This winter our belt
vMU be locuttxl very noar the natural
ptaci for ' sm, IV may ven venture
to have lilpa.
LECi-O'-MUTTON SLEEVE ONCE
MORE IN FASHION.
n tin other ii ii. i ih iikw u ono
more to haOtJS Invl.-'llile. Th old
faslllulie l h ll-o'-lilUtttui sleeve, "out"
for nobody remembers hot many years,
U onto nmro "In."' The shortest aie-v
permltSiDtt Is three-iiuarter lenfth, and
tills only on a very dressy blouse. Moa
of tlio slee'e come elear to the wrist,
and some of tliem have the regulation
full puff of th-- en-o'-mutton. In others
that modi is plainly sutrars-ated t- tiie
very deep CUfl edged with lace, will h
rum 'n a frill up one side of the sleeve
hall' way to the elbow.
Hut to begin at lh betrtnnlns. Prob
ably the hiu le.st chorus of "oh's" and
all's" at th Merchandise Iiiiyerx' Kx
poltlon tnd Fashion Show auhded
prben pretty Miss Marie Harbor un
4ulatd across her green balie plat
fOFtn In t'ie "serpent" evening gown.
TWl Is a truly llllUOUl aftulr of black
satin tharmail and white Uv'. You
begin 1. 1 the top with a fold of tha
satin drooped gracefully over h( left
.boulder and effecting a mysterious
dllappearano Juat lielow the walat
line Then conies a deep rol.l of white
lie, twliti l unevenly aiioul the hip
ami d(oppr, in a froth lo the instep,
.lust tlioul the Ii .el of th kntati In
DlUNk 1.1-il.tUT 1UV OlM.
-ass m s a ssuaisji" V
w1 1 ..... assBSBEPSw asavT t. sKasawe. i
., V, ? I.' assssssaiasBm wa,
m ft i v h - m m 1 mmu mm
nFUR. 5L . l lil I i ' "VJ"t T
the hscJt, th hlarlt atln reappeara
and aprends Into a long, ptilnted train.
The general effect, especially If seen
sideways. Is an abolntheur'a dream.
The dreas waa born In 1'arl but It
ta deatlraed to a prospejoua youth and
maturity In the llroadway rentaurants.
HOW TO FORM THE ONE-SI DEO
There are several wave of forinlnff
the one-sided pannier. One la to catcli
up the train in the back with a but
ton aet about hiUf tray between the
walet and the Hour, making an uneven
fullness over the right Mp- Another
way la to arrange a 01 e-Hlded over
skirt, Its ftillnaHH cuuubt In with the
foundation skirt by a band uf bead
trimming Just below the knee.
The I'uteh bonnet, a fall model In
at. Is of white straw, trimmed with
band! Of bluck velvet and completely
covering the head. It nan a high
crown ami la thaped ea. lly like th
"mob" bonnet familiarly aaaoclaud
with the i'Utch milkmaid
The OCltlaiMnal effrect are very
liopular In both dressies and coate. In
the l&tuar appiura the broad, round col
lar with long Mole like ends, and the
deep cuff The ecclesiastical dresa has
a rugular Mahay apron In front and
a big buckle copied from meOtacviU
ANSWER TO THE PROTEST
AGAINST THE HOUT.LE.
With the semi-plaited akirt we enmu
to a lea extravagant and probably
mora widely taoptd model, it i th
answer to Die protest ugalnst th.
hoibie " Cotnparatlvtly nurrow
from two and oahlf I 1 '-wo an.l
thr-QUrtr yard.s around tha bottom-it
Is '1 ear r to walk in than
the two-yard skirt. Must frequently the
plaiting benlne at the kue and es
tends down. Although some skirts trill
he plaited in either aide or box plaits
from walat to hem The aci ordlori
plalted dr will have a certuln popu
larity. Rdolnl Of wartime, diys Is the re
vived shoulder cape. Many of the long
coats a-e flnlshud off with a round,
deep collar, which la pr ictp-allv a cap,
but there ar delightful little separate
rap f',r evening wear of .Uk, chlTon
ami ia. Anybody with n oldfh-
loned lace sliawl cannot put It to a bet.
tr use -nan In the construction of one
of these da I it v wraps.
The moat striking tailored novelty Is th
coat suit f two different material., a
silk coat with a skirt of cloth or velvet,
velvet c .a; with a clo'h skirt. ITsuslly
the two ple.es mat h In color, but at
least one model showed a black skirt
with a bla k ind-' Ite chucked seal
The mode Is more odd than attractive
It is doubtless an latrat4 dVlap.
men' of 1 " aopular twostaa in
coat. wh r the "ollar and euffj tr
of one ihad tnd ftie body of tho gar
ment of a contrtatlng ootof.
Finally, th keynote in evening frocks
and, indeed, ail th mar oiaborat
gowns, ts the return to drapery Tht.
I. so long and voluminous that It has
been Styled "curtain," bill It rather le-
emliles the lHnntlful folds found In oil
Qreeh Itataary. There ar many miwll
Heatlons. however. Including th apron
panel, the simulated tunic, th con
cealed folds below the knee, and
others. Kven a number of the more
beautiful evening coats show this
draped erTect, which work OUt well
In velvet, brocaded .Ilk and all th soft
FASHION'S REGULATIONS FOR
Before describing any more novelties.
It will he well to state fashion's regu
lation for more evea-y-day garrnenta
during the coming aeason. Th coat
suits for business wear will be me1
chiefly of sci. e. wide wale mtxturca
and rough materials The imMtt popu
lar color will he king blu and tattaa
lu dark smoke color). The popular skirt
Is the temUplalted, already ds rlbed.
The length cf the coat will he from 32
tO W lnrihe A popular model In oorits
Is the half-.N'orfolli, in snich the extra
f lines. Is held tn hy two small be is
one on tack side Tn the hack the eoat
wl'l the a shaped effect The eleev.
Pi 11 lie lent, With no extra fulness, th.
collar Robe Pier r or h!h military,
ofte.n trimmed with Rattan embroidery
In a oontraatlna .shade Th at wiu
be cutaway In front, fastening diagon
ally over .he torso.
The most popular separate coat la the
maeklntW. This la it Inches in length,
and developed In bouolo, plaid, block
cloth and H number of thl -k, heavy
weae.. Many of these materials are
striped, to Insure the two-tone effect,
while other coat are made of two
faced cloth, the color of the Inside
contrasting with the outside.
There will he exactly two kind
A Sim Die Reckoning.
If one teaapoonfal goet far aa
twe, whet elo you save? Try it.
One Qualtty Only the Beat.
White Rata Coffee, None Bettor
3 Helm W
m dorvt changes
1 They know
m The Superb
ft.Vc-r- I HAKfH I
ef shirt waists In resllr good
etrle, the most eeverely tailored
effect aad the elaborate Aresa
walet la enarmense eatla or all
over lace. The latter shows the
frilled oleeve and the lace Jabot
arraaged la wing offset. The
eo-oalled llagerle shirt walet for
eeerr-day wear will not be rood
form any more. Its place will be
taken by tailored Mcoteh feanel,
an eaeelleat innovation for cold
VMthM tlftth sertaa mnA nnm
pteoe dreeeea will button down
the front another hit cf welcome
The elaborate drapery of evening
frown and wraps has been noted.
FASHIONABLE COLORS FOR
For the win", ochre and peach ar
the faahlonable colors. Many dinner
and reception froeke will tie rtevslone I
In corn color. The newest tr'n.miogs
are soft silk embroidery and artltl. a,
flowers of silk or satin, whirl will be
used lavishly on both skirt and bodice.
The soft fabr'cs, such as s.d'-colored
all silk brocades, silk voiles and char
metis, will be chiefly worn, and there
ta a vnlspsr that the bodice will bo
cut emnewhet hlgt er. Influenced hy the
return of the high collar In other cos
tumes. Train are rather short.
A novelty In evening garments is the
coat arlth a pocket at the bottom for
th train of its nearer It has a spe
cial bos plait In th hack, caught up at
one aide hy large but tone, to give room
for the aklrt underneath. Another new
feature I a separate scarf at'nehed (r
th high collar at on end. whloh af
fords ertra proteclon against tha cold.
The sleeves of this up-to-date garment
other novelties sr th chmle-top
gown, the bodlc of which Is finished
with linger! ribbon run through bead
ing, the pannier wrap, M Inches wtd
around th bottom, th Colonial wrap,
trimmed with wide old lac, and th
one-piece brocade evonlne; wap. edged
with fur and with two hands of fur on
the sleeve below the elbow. The
UTICA N. Y. MAN
CALM SAXO SALVE "A WONDER
FUL RL'MEDY KOR ECZEMA."
I am writing this with the hope
that it may induce others who are
suffering from skin affections as
was to try Sato Salve. Fur three
years I suffered from tenants nml
wss treated hy several physicians,
loit none scctned to relieve mc from
l hat terrihle itching. I saw an adver
lisement of Saxo Snlve and decided
to try it. Tlir very first applleaUaa
liroughd relief, and I cannot sny Iimi
hi ii li for a retin dy Hint tins cured
in from err.eina. Alliert I". kmnka,
lion Wageo street. I liea. N. Y.
In all forms of skin disease Sao
Salve quickly allays the terrible itch
ing ami its antiseptic, healing proper
lies penetrate the skin and destroy
the germs of disease.
If you have any skin Iroubef try
Sao Salve on our guaranlec to return
your money if it docs nut help you.
AH Rikar and Hrranan
Store in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
storet where this blue
and white sign if
"armored" evenlnf gown has an aid-
fashioned stomacher of heavy pearl
trimming To I' sash at the knee ha
urraedad the hlp-ash, from to 10
wi.itn nd nniaheo with a
huge, cockade. Ilk bow nn the left slds.
The middy suit, so long sacred to the
schoolgirl, has been developed In satin.
Th four-In-one coatum deserves a
paragraph to Itself. Made of warm but
I ghtweight woollen material. It I
equipped with a mnr Ingenious ar
rangement of button, which turn the
klrl Into trousers adjust a tlght-flttlng
h'od and neokpler and do other atrange
The urt can be tysed for walking,
moMrln-, rldlnjf nnrt avis Ing
Otid lsst word for th nw dress
sccsorles. There I a dalntv gold
anklet, to he worn In the place you
Imngln th Intest whtm from Part.
There ar sandal strap slipper, whit
r"dM.n crl-cros"d on a black silk bank
ground. A bre.il'fast cip civpled from
a habv'M bonnet, an apron boudoir cap,
a rainproof veil, a bolster muff and
three-cornered stole, a 1lk-and-fur muff
with retlcil to match, ar all charm-
1 Ing novelties. Finally, there are the
I Pocahontas pajamas, fringed and wam
j p'um embroidered and good night'
I INSPECTOR HUGHES BETTER.
I Inspector Fdsrard P. Hughes, who la
seriously at k at hi horn In llmok-
lyn. No. M Fourth street, passed a
restful night, according to bla phy
, al'-lan, Dr. J. W Rdwarda, and hta
condition la now regarded aa somewhat
I more favorable.
Inspec'or Hughe contracted pleuro
pneumonia while directing the hunt In
the ('atakilla for Harry llornwlti and
I "I.efty txiul" llossntwelg, nanred In
connection alth the Koaenthal murder.
Open Saturday Evenlnf Until
August Furniture & Rug Sale 50 Reductions
OUR CREDIT TERMS
$65 Worth $1 Weekly; $100 Worth. $1.50 Weekly
V Ptasl " Suite.
Outfits Reduced During This Sale Only
3 fSS!S '69.98
SfiS IS m ",fita' 1 and Railroad Fare
There are hats and
Young Hats. Some
notice it in the style.
W. L. DOUGLAS
W. L. Doaglaa boa
hold their shape, fit
better aad wear longer
thaa any other make
lor tha price.
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mt Mrsdwsy,enr. BMh Hu
Itsa niiwinr, I lies is.
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San flfhth Aveime.
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so WeM lath street.
Ml r ill"il Street:
tns in no nrosawag,
I as- hostdwas.
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World Wants Work Wondert,
Id. We Ctoaa Evenings at d.
4 an pa
OUR LIBERAL CREDIT
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