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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1912.
WIFE FALLS DEAD
GOING TO HOSPITAL
TO SEEWAR HERO
Corpl. Dan Dwyer, Hobbling
Home From Hospital, Greeted
by Four Motherless Babes.
Tw financial help that friends unsuc
cessfully tried yesterday to press upon
Corporal Dan Dwyer of th Twelfth
New Tork Volunteers In the war Willi
Spain, now In the midst of the rreatett
trouble and deepest sorrow of his life,
will be offered to him acaln to-day.
Those kindly friends hope that Dan's
soldier pride will not Hand In the way
n oorporal alts at bla home, No. Id
last Elbty-sevith street, bis four
roothsrlees little ones around blm,
Wwtohlnc beside tba black draped body
of tba wlf and mother. The friends
who are so anxious to help film now
are familiar with bla simple, homely
When he went away with hla reaiment.
shortly after the blowing up of the
Mains, a pretty young girl wept as she
told him (oodby. Later, when he waa
on a furlough, ha returned and married
the gtn and than went back to Cuba
and saw a lot of aotlve service. In
1(00 he waa mustered out.
Then Corporal Dan began hustling for
Jobs. Two children came and, to mare
aura of a roof over their heads, Dan
aeveo years ago became Janitor of the
flat bouse where be now lives. Threa
weeks ago he became night watohman
aorost tba street, where the Hudson
Wracking and Lumbar Company la tear
ing down half a donan old buildings.
Tba noise of falsing rubbish on the
rear of the fialf-deniotumed buildings
took Corporal Dan loping across the
debris the other nig it A misstep, and
be tell from the seoond story to the
eellar. Hla back waa so wrenched that
Ike went to Bellevue,
.When Mrs. Dwyer started out for her
' dally vtalt to har huaband yesterday
afternoon aha fait so U that shs got
her n us band's aister, Mrs. Hannah
Brosan. of No. 4H East Bighty-ttrst
street, to accompany har. In the middle
of the block, between Seoond and Third
avenues, in Twenty-elxth strset, sud
denly Mrs. Dwyer' kneaa gave way and
she fell to the ground. Mrs. Brosan's
ftsmmons brnnrht Dr. Kstner to the apot
three minutes liter. He said Mrs.
Dwyer had died of sn anrurlsm.
Furious at himself for the acnldsnt
that kept hhn from work ami from h!s
family, Corporal Dan mean while had
derided to leave the hospital and hobbled
home. News of his wife's 'leath awaits
him there on his arrival. Ho admit hi
; ni nut si to his name, with no .-hanre
: of working for weeks to come, that he
I sees no way of meeting his wife's burial
expenses or looking out for his :hlldren.
Object Leseoa to Congress.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 As an ob
ject lesson to Congress to demonstrate
his belief In the advantages of the
budget system for ranking estimates
and apportionments for the Federal
Government, President Taft, It was
learned to-day. will send next year's
estimates which the Secretary of the
Treasury la required by law to sub
mit. The entire Cabinet has been In
structed to prepare estimates under
TWO BYSTANDERS HIT
BY FLYING BULLETS
IN GANGSTERS' FIGHT
Revolver Battle Causes Panic
and Men Escape Though
Chased by Police.
Two byetanders are In Reception Hos
pital with wounds received whan four
gangstera fought a revolver battle In
One Hundred and Sixth street near
The street was crowded. Two of the
gangster iam from First arena, h
othr approached from the wet end
of the bloc.. Without exchanging a
word th men began shooting, regard -Isss
of the children, men and women
The first shot was ths signal for a
panlo among those In danger. Women
began to scream and cry for their chil
dren. Many with babies In their arms
ran for doorways for shelter, while
others rsn through the street seeking
older phtldren. When their cartridges
had all been exploded the four men. un
s athed, ran toward First avenue and
d sappeared around the corner.
rollremsn OHulIhan chased th gang
stera until they disappeared, and then
returned to car for the wounded. He
(und Nicholas l'ete, nineteen, a peddler
who 'nad been selling fruit In front of
No. SOS East One Hundred and Sixth
street, with a bullet wound in hla fore
head. John Cranone, a Jeweller, who
waa standing in front of hla home at
No. 101 East One Hundred and Sixth
street, had been felled by a hot
through the arm.
CAMPAIGNED FROM CELL
(penlet to Th Brealag Worst)
PATEflHON, N. J., Ang. II. After
serving three months In the county Jail
Rudolph Kats, leader of the Industrial
Workers of the World In this ssottoti.
and Soolallst Labor candidate for Con
gress from this d strict, wss released
to-day on sn order from Supreme Court
Justice James F. Mlnturn.
Uall In the sum of lt.00 was fur
nished by August lledner, pending a
bearing on a writ of certiorari.
Katl waa sent to Jatl for six months
for loitering around a silk mill during
ths recent strike In this city. He ha
been spending his time In prison waging
a campaign for Congress and bal sent
out hundreds of letters asking support.
A few day kgo lithographs, printed
In red Ink, on which appears the pic
ture of Kats behind prison bars, were
postsd throughout the congressional dis
trict. An appeal Is MM made on the
A large f r Ight slevator In the building
at No. 700 I'aarl street. -mipled by a
Socialist dally newspaper and eevsral
printing conc erns, slipped a cog this !
rnornrng snd dropped three stories.
John iiroderiek, nineteen yers old, who
was operating the car, was severely In
lured and waa t.iken to the Home of '
nellef. There were tnree other workmen
aboard the elevator, but they eseaped
The elevator was loaded with printing
material belonging to Kllh, Under
Rauer, who occupy the third floor of
tag building. Ilroderlek had no BggSJgf
turned on the switch for ths descent of
the car than something went wrong with
the cable and the big elevator shot '
downward. Luckily It slopped Just a
tew feet above the basement floor, thus
preventing a jissltl emssb Ilroderlek
suffered Injuries to his right arm and
l thought to have been hurt laternally.
HOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU!
4gfb 8 ss 25
What Do Yon Pay ?
Prunes S lbs. 21c
l ly Piger S double tbeeti be
time Jake a boltlc Sic
A I V Grape im'ti " "I9c& '.0c
Asparagus a can 23c
Paoipk a i can 7c
Icr Creim Salt 10 Ik. bag 10c
(old Dust a pk. 19c
Mantles I for 25c
Apricots Eviparatrd t lbs. lie
KETCHUP n&? ifr
Atlantic & Pacific
n00 Store in the U. & These prices for Metropolitan District only
9470 Men's Summer Shirts
Of $1 to $2.50 Gradesf or 65c
One more big manufacturer turns over
to us his surplus stocks 4800 shirts
because we have become the shirt market
for New York.
Madras and Percales, in both light and
dark patterns. Some pleated, others neg
lige, with laundered cuffs attached.
And soft mercerized shirts with soft cuffs.
Sizes 14 to 18.
from our own stocks 4670 of our regular
VYanamaker Shirts that have been mussed
from handling or broken in sizes all the
3216 Shirt that were $1
434 Shirts that were $1.50
450 Shirts that were $1.65
368 Shirts that were $2
202 Shirte that were $2.50
Tomorrow One Great Sale of Them
All at 65c Set Your "Biff Ben" Early!
Burlngton Arcade floor, New Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart fit Co., Broadway, Fourth Ave., 8th to 10th Street.
G"IMBELS I Tlle Au&ust Furniture Sale
Surely Three Will Be Your Choice!
$).W and $4 Silk Petticoats at $2
$4.50 to $6 Silk Petticoats at $2.95
A while ago a silk petticoat at $2 was never dreamed of.
And now it is rarely heard of, except when we have a Sale
such as tomorrow's.
Our prediction that you will want at least three of these
petticoats is tirst based upon economy, and secondly upon
variety- as eveiy woman needs
A Black Silk Petticoat.
A navy, brown, preen, or another dark shade or changeable
silk Petticoat to wear with tailored suits.
A white, pink, light blue, or another light shade Petticoat
to wear with dainty gowns.
All these colors are in the Sale in taffetas, mes
saline and siik Jersey.
And there seems to be no limit to the selection of styles.
This good tortunc because we procured a manufacturer's
surplus. Second Floor
A Little Episode Affecting
Women's Kid Gloves
We find about 400 pairs of Women's Kid Gloves, of our finer
qualities, a little soiled frcm display. If you wore them about
half an hour you'd get much the same effect. Reduced like this:
200 Pairs of Two-clasp Kid Gloves
$1.60 and $2 Qualities, for $1 Pair
200 Pairs of 12 and 16-Button Kid Gloves
$2.50, $3, $3.60 and $4 Grades, $1.46 Pair
in black, white and tan, and all sizes in each group to start with.
Women's Summer Low Shoes
Now at $2.50 Pair
Previous prices in our stock were $3.60, $4 and $5.
The offering includes Tan Pumps, Colonial and Oxford Ties, in
Russia calf, kid, ooze leathcrand brown velvet, with a good range
of styles in each size.
Also a smaller quantity of White Pumps and Colonial Ties, in
canvas and nu-buck; sizes rather broken.
There is probably at least one shabby pair in your collection
that you would like to replace with new ones, especially at such
savings as these. Second Floor
By This Time You're Probably
Running Out of Notions
So here's one of (hose convenient. Gimbel aids to filling the
workbasket. in the form of a vacation-time Notion Sale with irood
savings on best qualities.
N. B. This Sale is of as much value to you, if you are off in
the country somewhere, as though you were in town, for wr fill
mail orders promptly:
Gimbels Garment DNM Shield.
most suitable for kimono-sleeve
gowns, 30c pair, $2. 60 dozen pairs.
26c for two 16o. pairs (imbelx
"Perfection" guaranteed Dress
26c for three 10c pairs Gimbels
"Duchess" Washable DresB
800 for three 10c ear-Is "Whale
bone" Collar Stays..
88c for twelve 10c cards "Eve" or
"Astra" Spiral Collar Supporters.
Shoe Laces and Polish
10o for three 6c pairs Diamond
Tip Mohair Shoe Laces, white.tan
10c for these Be papers Gimbel
"Ducheas" Imported English Pins.
160 for two 10c p;ierM Gimbels
"Princess" beat Imported English
10a for three 5c cards Dress Shield
10c for three card Safety Pins, best
made, nickel and black.
100 for four 5c sheets Belt Pina, Jet
and matt heads.
10c for four 5c cubes Pins, various
10c for five 8c package Gimbels
Imported Enamel Wire Hairpin.
Be for 10-yard roll English Twill
Tape, M to 1 in. wide.
10c for three 5c rolls Twill Tat
4 yd., black or white.
160 for two 10c pieces Silk Lingerie
Tape; fast color; blue, pink and white.
Hooks and Eyes
10c for five card Gimbels
"Mutual" All-brass Hooks and Eyes.
6c fur six cards Odd-and-end
Hooka and Eyes.
16o for two 10c balls t'. B. French
10c for three 5c spools Basting Cot
ton, 500 yards.
16c for 10c spools Harbour's Linen
16o ff.r four 5c spools "Niagara"
Sewing Silk, 100 yards.
10c for three 5c cards "Queen" or
Linen-bone Collar Supporters.
16c for bot. "Gilt-Edgo" Shoe
16c for two 10c boxes "Nugget"
16c. for two 10c pkgs. Original
Dry Cleaner Soiloff.
And Sanitary Goods
10c for three 6c Linen Coiset
70 to 260 for Corset Laces in
linen, mohair and mercerized, both
tubular and flat, from 6 yards to
11! yards long.
26c to 1 .25 Silk Corset Lare, in
tubular and flat, 6 to 12 yds. long.
20c fnr'Jfw U :.!,!.. lilaaSta
26c, 30c and 36c fur dozen Sanlt ary
60c and 76c for Kleinert's Skirt
10c for three 6c Gimbels Turkish or
Honey Comb Wash Clutha.
26c for two 1 5c "Grip-East" Hlastlc
20c fo2So "West Elco" Garments.
96c for $1.60 "Nehoc Space Sav
ing" Garment Hacks. 80 Skirtscan
be hung on the "Nehoc" rack.
Washablo Belting, many pat
terns, while and aome colors,
value to 1 5c yd. , at 3 yards for 16c
18c for twelve 2c spools O. N. T.
16c each for gilt or nickel Spool
You Will Be Much Interested
In These Beautiful BEDROOM SUITES
2 "First of all, Reliability" has been an article of faith of this Store ever since
its beginning. Hut, that being established, we accord to "Beauty" a hardly let
prominent place in our scheme of things. So with Furniture.
1 Which is why we take a special delight in this collection of thirty or forty very
fine Bedroom Suite no two alike- which came to us from a maker who has here
tofore sold his beautiful furniture only to one specialty store in New York.
J The Suites are the most graceful type of Louis XVI; with delicate ornamentation
and of splendid workmanship. Fine Suites in white and gray are heavily enameled
on solid mahogany. Others are in Circassian walnut, bird's-eye maple, white mahog
any and inlaid mahogany. We think it is only necessary to call these beautiful
Suites to the attention of lovers of fine furniture to assure their leing immediate
S Not the least important part of the offering is that there are
Savings of 20 Per Cent, or More on Every Suite
Regular Price, $616; August Price, $380
Iniis XVI. While Enamel Bedroom Suite, five pieces,
consisting of bureau, ch'ffoniur, toilet table and twin
beds. Twin beds have rane panels in both head and
foot boards. Ttilct table bus triplicate mirror. Both
the chiffonier and bureau have cane panels supporting
Regular Price, $626; August Price, $420
Five-piece, Louis XVL, French gray Enamel Kedroom
Suite, consisting of twin beds, burenu, chiffonier and
toilet table. Twin lied have cune panels in both head
and foot boards. Bureau, chiffonier and toilet table have
glass top. Toilet table has triplicate mirror. The
carving on all pieces are tinted with white enamel.
Regular Price, $487; August Price, $336
Twelve-piece Bedroom Suite, In Frenrh fray enamel,
strtywd with white, consisting of twin bid. bureau, chif
fonier, toilet table, cheval glaaa, writing desk, bedroom
table, lomnoe, two chairs and costumer. Twin beds have
cane panels in both head and foot board. Toilet table
has triplicate mirror. Writing desk ho cane panel in bark.
Regular Price, 1636; August Price, $362
Eleven-piece Binlroom Suite, in French gray enamel,
striked with while, consisting of twin beds, bureau, chif
fonier, toilet table, cheval ilims. writing desk, bedroom
table, somnoe, two rhairs and coatumer. Twin beds have
cane ps ';! in both head and foot boards, bureau, chif
fonier, somnoe, writing desk and bedroom table havs
glass tops with damask underneath.
Regular Price, $667; August Price, $466
Six-piore Bedroom Suite, white enamel, inlnid with
satinwood, stained blue, consisting of twin beds, chif
fonier, bureau, toilet table and night table. Twin beds
have care anil wood panels in both head and fool hoards
To, let table has triplicate mirror. Bureau, chiffonier
night table and toilet table have gloss lop, cluffunier has
separate toilet glass.
Regular Price, $380; August Price, $300
Louis XVI. five-piece, bird's-eye maple Bedroom
Suite, consisting of twin bods, bureau, chiffonier and
toilet table. Twin beds have cane panels in both head
and foot lmanl. Tuilel table has triplicate mirror.
Extra large bureau and chiffonier.
Regular Price, $420; August Price, $336
Iuis XVI. Maple Bedroom Suite, five pieces, consist
ing of twin beds, bureau, chiffonier and toilet table.
Twin bed have cane panelH in both the head and foot
boards. Toilet table ha single mirror; extra large bureau
Regular Price, $460; August Price, $360
Circassian Walnut lledrouin Suite, inlaid post effect,
consisting of twin Ixsls, bureau, chiffonier, dressing table
Regular Price, $626; August Price, $600
White Mahogany Bedroom Suite, eleven piere. con
lilting of twin beds, bureau, chiffonier, toilet table,
writing desk, two chairs, stool, costumer and eoronoe.
Toilet table has triplicate mirror.
Rcrular Priee, $1000; August Price, $760
White Mahogany Bedroom Suite, consisting of twin
bids. bureau, chiffui.ier, toilet table, writing dek,scrrroe,
two chair and roiti:rr.er, hrrdnrrrly t!crNd. Twin
bed have can panels in hoth the head and foot board
Toilet table has triplicatrd mirror.
Regular Price, f 760; Aurust Price, $600
Mahogany Brdrotm Suit, Micritcn it hid, consist
of twin bed, buieau, chiffonier, writing dMaT, scmnce,
toilet table, two chairs, stool und t.rdrccm table.
Regular Price, $160 ; August Price, $120
Colonial Mahogany Bedrc.r.m Suite, post effect; full
ise bad, bureau, chiffonier and toilet table.
Rf fular Price, $736; August Price, $187. CO
Five-piece French Gray Emm. el Bcdrocm Suite.
Regular Price. $164 ; August Price, $126
Five-piece White Enamel Bedroom Suite.
Regular Price, $372 ; August Price, $295
Nine-piece Bedroom Suite, French gray enamel, striped
Regular Price, $172 ; August Price, $110
Six-piece Bedroom Suite, French gray enamel, striped
Regular Price, $282 ; August Price, $226
Ten-piece Bedroom Suite, French gray enamel, striped
Regular Price, $182 ; August Price, $140
Enamel Bedroom Suite, live pieces, French gray,
striped with white.
Regular Price. $635 ; August Price, $400
Whit Enamel Bedroom Suite, five piece.
Regular Price, $200 ; August Price, $191
White Enamel Bedroom Suite, six pieces. 7th Floor
45 Hale & Kilburn
Retervoir Wash Stands
At ONE-THIRD of Full Prices
With one of tisftt Wssh Stands in your
room, ycu have liberal supply of running
water. They are very convenient for spare
bedroom.8, country houses, etc. Their makers
famous manufacturers of Kod furniture
have gone into other fields, and we touk all
they had left of these Wash Stands inly 46
- to sell for about one-third their usual prices.
Seven styles, some of which may be used
as desks when closed; finished in mahogany
and oak, now priced us follows:
$8, from $22.60 $16, from $40
$9, from $26 $20, from $9o
$10, from $30 $26, from $70
$12, from $35 Seven, h Floor
You Have Never Seen Such an Interesting
Framed Picture Sale as This
This is why: With the advent of Gimbels in New York, things begun to hap
pen in picture selling that have never accomplished before. And this newest
Gimbel Semi-annual Picture Sale far outclasses all of its predecessors.
Not in mere size- although that had a lot to do with the offerings we are able
to make but in the artistic beauty of the pictures, their great variety, and the
tastefulness of the framing- much of it in designs of our own.
Actual Savings Average More Than One-Half
For instance, here are genuine French Prints, hand-colcred, and i xiiuisiti ly in DC id. in twelve
different styles, at 66c each, for 10x14 inches. (All (iirrhel Picture aizCB Are inside rrea-urcrrcnts,
unless othensi.se stated.) Usually the price would l.e 11.60, LaUgtr sizts are 7c, $1 and $1.76,
usually 11.76 to $.'l.7.r).
Anot her remarkable group is of fine English Photogravures, splendidly haml-colt;red, in hand
some frames, at $3.76 and $6, that would usually sell for $7. CO to $10.
There is a collection of Picture Frames, in sizes from 6x8 in. to 16x20 in., at the flat price
of 36c ca h, including glass, that should sell for 75c to $1.50.
And here are other examples of the Sale's remarkable offerings:
Harrison fliher Pictures, 8x10 in., at 60c, i $1
Carbonettea, in unti(uu frames, u,':' in., at 1,
Mezzotypes, in new fnncy mounts, also liawl-colorwl
Carbonates, at fa, r-ularly $;).76.
Hand-eoloretl Picture, in popular subjects, oval gilt
frames, tit 3. regulsrly $H.
Mezzotyuea, in fully burnished, powiienxl frames, at
$2.60, reirularly $6.
Hand-colored Mounted Picture, in artistir frame,
at 3, regularly $H.olt.
fine Pictures, mostly one of u kind and specially
framed for us, at $3'o10, regularly $6..'.0to J2t?.?0.
Oil Paintings at Half Price
A tnllentlon f oil Ptiatlngi of our Wbt year's import
tiuii. now reduced to give space to new urri u $17.60
to $4'J6, formerly :I6 to $85u. A rare opportunity for
art lovers. Sixt.b rloor
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