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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1912.
MAN OF MYSTERY
BURIED AT SEA
WITH HIS SECRET
Gentleman Born and Globe
Trotter, but None Knew
Who He Was.
WAS IT BLIGHTED LOVE ?
44!i1um. aid pltor"o lip boti-oy Via
Ollotitaat hint of a life of dlnappolnt
ment. Thli wm a faint irMvprr of tli
aamt "Laura" Jiiat bfor he dlfd.
"Whather t Tiat woman vr jilnvnl
anr pan In SpHicr'a 1 If . ' " d Jlrniy
Hannan. of th rtrw of h 1'oohnn
uay. "wa will nr know. Hut th
mare mention of her name aet na l!
wnnderlnf, heraiia of a remarkable
torr Kpltinr relnleil In lha foVVl one
n In tit toga aftei e .. t from it. ...
"It aeema a friend of hla. be eald
met a beautiful rlrl In tmi'lon. and
fhey fell In love at tint alrht. There
waa very mronir piirrntnl itectl(in. and
the (Irl'a father, a wealthy Ixnd'mer.
darldad to aeparate the muple at all
hararda. He hrourht her to America,
whera ah benamn III and dlad. Hpltxer
aid hta friend, completely broken In
aplrlt, Rave up a lucrative lulnei and
became a wannVrer. rlfOl romlng" to
America and tramping tWOW the crin-tlnent.
In His Delirium He Called the
Name of "Laura," His
In (lie log" of the bar Footinr uev.
ow !n port after a lM-day voyage from
Honolulu, la a almple notation of the 1
daat'i at aea of 1ouia flpltaer. tietnan
born, but adventurer and aoldler of for
tune. Upllin died a- he bad llVOd -a my
tery evan to the men with wlvim
workd before the miM. They OallOa
hla aliment "falling alrMieaa." 'becauec
He nifferrd from OMVttioWM Jut liafore
he (MM away.
"There wan aomethlng far more rl-
oiie allli Spltaer. though," alil one of
, hla ahtpmatee "I'arhapa It waa a '
a oman, but wihatevvr It waa, Lull"
Hpitaer never told a living ei-ul. if j
that I aun convinced."
rtpltirr 1 1 . ui .- t from ll.inolulu on Ilia
Foohng Huey In xt May. He rag young
and rohuat. and nave for the fn t t Im t
hr dellrhtol In idling luilea of hla1
mimeroue ndvtMiture In alrnoat i vci y ,
Oi-rmr of Uie world no one knew WfMMN
h. Vame. or what It aa that had per- j
a. ialcd him to follow tin. a a a :
i .im nun ealiortuan.
HE KNEW ALL COUNTRIES LIKE
pit waa apparently aa famPlar
ait'i tin- court I'tlujueti of Kti r i
wleh the harilKliliia of ., OOOCarOT'o life.
Me knew 1'arlr. l.ond n. New Vurk
be knew hla ahlp; according to the crew
f the I'oohng Huey there ivua mmvely
corner of tba gluhe he had not tra- (
verw-l. und hla llofigl veie many gndH
varlc.l Hut back of It all waa that
Impenetrable myatery, whloh acwnd to
mark him aa a atranger amun the.
Hlora. (Inly once, and that dining hla
SENT WANDERING BY A MURDER
IN BOX CAR.
"It waa hecauae of a murder In a
tint ear In which thla friend and MV
eral other trampa were on one occasion
that he gbOJaBOBOd the life of a bOOO
and went to aaa. It aeema one of the
'hark.' member of th train craw,
dlOMVOfOd the trampa In the box car
while IhO train waa travelling at the
rate of ftbOUfl ihlrty-flve mllea an hour
MfOOi the Tcaaa plain Entering the
Oaf from a amall opeulrig at tin- top,
tha ahack proceeled to rclleva the
oObOf of what Utile of value they had.
one hlg fellow, who hadaeveral dollara
admit Mai, atood near the open aide
door of the car, and na t h ahnck aP
iioHchcd liltu and BOmaflOOd that he
cough up tin- hlg fe,ow pl ked him up
bodily and hurled him from the car
It waa all like a flaah. and presently
It hegnn to dawn OB the tiampa that a
murder had been commltti-d. atpltacr'a
frcnd awaited hla opportunity and
quitted lha train an 0000 aa It ilowed
down enough for liltn to Jump off. After
that he alwava Imagined he waa being
anught aa I fugitive from IttOltOO, id
he knew no pea' e of niltnl until he took
0 the aea "
llanacn aahl Sdtg" r h id aort of given
him the ImprtOOtOt) that the eo-called
Irlend wan MOO other than rttdlr.er hlm-
' There waa nnibalil.c a lot more almut
that girl that ho ROVOf told any of us,''
added If 000011 "tine thing la certain
Ixnila BpltOOf waa never born for the
aea, and I don't think he ever would
have become a globfttrOttOf If there
hadn't boon MM gi";it dla, appointment
In hla life."
ndOa aiop TkratvO l'aaaenger.
WTM la llrnnaed.
nfjrnncHTKit, n. y , on. t W
Joy, treaaurer of the Olcnn I'en.nt
Workera I'nlon, til thrown from a
train near 01 00 ft and drowned laat
night. The liodv haa not yet bOOfl
Tecovered Joy aaa returning to hla
homa fru-ri ''nnaacragu, on the t'ltta-burg-h.
Shia-miit aid N'-rthern Hall
road, and waa trtamllng on the tt
plntfnrm of the laet oach
Aa thi train neared the autlon I'
paaafkl me; a ir'atle mr tin- UlOfftrOflJ
Klvar, and ahlla In the "hire of the
traotle the train i ame to I sudden
atari la'lll, the lup h pitching Jov liead
long Into the waiter Ilia couipan. in
mado a daajparata attempt In hold hi n,
but waa unain eaaful. Joy waa foity
two yeara old.
DARES DETHTOSAVE BOY.
Tnrna Aato Into Vrmrm Halhrr
than Ran llnava f'lcllat.
A ?oung man, who rafutvad to tel. all
name or the name of a young woman
with him In lita automobile, wrecked hla
car at una yeatarday at Orant City,
fftaten Teland. when ha ateered It Into a
fene to avoid hlt'lng a achoolho on a
MejraaO. Neither ocritpant of lha auto
Th, bov who waa the eaoao of the
aorldent la William .Smith, eleyeji. H
waa followinaj a trolley car. trlten al
Lincoln avenue ho turned out from be
hind the car directly In the tath of
the OAltO Voung Minlth flung ntmiolf
from Ida wheel a-hen he aaw tb- auto
nod waa liadly cut and tintlaed.
Meegp lanilllalp Take, flrlde
Welcome Wi nender of llllxaltolh. N.
S a nnmlnea for Aaaembly on tko fro
freaflva ticket, and a aon of iciro Com
mlaaloner Kredi-rlok llender, anil M!"
Bertha Snuer, dauglitnr of "lly f'nmp
trottcr John H. Sailer, were married ven
(erdav In St. Michael' 'hureh, Kllra-heth.
Try It Madam
No one ever goes hack to the
soap-and-water way of washing the
face and hands after once cleaning
with 0 & R Perfect Cold Ocam.
The smarting face and the dry,
drawn skin will he only a memory
if you'll do this. Wet a cloth;
squeeze on it from a tube a little of
DAGGETT A RAMSDELL S
PBRPBGT COLD CREAM
" Tk Kind that Keept "
Go over your face and neck thoroughly.
Now your skin is cleaned, not
merely washed. Every last speck
of dirt and dust is hrought out.
The skin is soft. It glows.
It feels good because you
have fed the tissues, instead of
drying up the natural oil.
WANDERS FROM HOME AGAIN
The family of ClMUiM MlOlMBi a ni.Mn
hcv of a VonkorB piilntlnjc firm, rr f-.ir-ful
he Is lit h Mrunur lOWfl nuffi'iinn
a oh of iiH'Mi n y Mr. HhnliM'n in. i -.)
from 1om of memnry JitHt venr. ni! wun
fotirt'l In . Slnniford, CoMli tinuhle to
till nythtnic KbOM hlmnelf.
Th' poMn liuvc bfJM Mki to look
for htm and u itcnrrHl ularm has bn
rut nut. Hr ri,tiAini,nr1 from oil
Ynnktra home Haturdtty. Ho had vlaltt1 t
the Mhopi of KTOMlMtl and nppoarcd to i
be In a hlflily nervous nlnte.
)''or ill, of lite atomnch, intctinca,
hflOflorhri rmul IpOtkM a ml I he dead
ly OpptwdrriUl, OriiRa may relieve
fur a nlnlc. Iiul i clcliratcil pliviii inna
all ocr I lie wurlil are BOW reenm-
III! J, II. L. ( HMnilr
Tlie trcatinciii for a permanent re
turn to perfect licnllli
W'r now have thi J II. I,. CoiCOcW
on nUbitlon at all Itikcr ti liege
man DriiK Storei in New i.rk anil
Ak for booklol "Why Man of To
day la Only 10 Efficiont."
Fifty and twenty-five cent
When you insist upon
you are getting the best
cold cream in the store.
STORE CLOSED TO-DAY TO REVISE PRICES
OUR LIABILITIES MUST BE PAID!
OUR OBLIGATIONS MUST BE MET!
FORCED TO SACRIFICE!
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furnishings and Hats
AT A REDUCTION OF
40 to 50 on the $
IT MUST BE DONE
To Pay Our Creditors
This Will Be the Greatest Sale of
Genuine Bargains Ever Held In
New York or Elsewhere
We have lscen MtabUabod for over 5 years
in I lie Men's Clothing, Furnishing and Hat
business, and during lliese long years we have
always tried to give the highest and lxst qual
ity of merehandi.v, at the lowest possible
price, to all our customers.
Our motto has always heen "The most
value at the ivuest price."
liutinrsa lia.i not boeagood. "ur itotkof .Mm' ll, h
Gftdv Clotklao PuntUbnfa anil liain very lugo
ami MOT Fall iiiul Winter mOfchoadl M ia arriving 0VOT9
day. Wp arr OOnpolUd t" aOOOOl tliis mrn luiinlue lie
caunc wr placril our irl n mauy uiniitlia ago.
W muit huvr rraily niuoi-y at OMt l pay our liu
hUitirii and obligatiimi.
Therefore We Must Sacrifice Onr Entire Stock at a Big Loss
No Money Down
ial mil alirari in iaionrarau imiim, ot via
a that doa'l draw Droaoarllva bivara lata a aat al
rraaf al our atralaatfarward draUaca ! bora aal
i lararat luraltara aad raroaf dl .trUtutara ta tha
Hub nlaaa ar rldlralsoatr mall dcuoalta will atti
nouprni hiii iok rnr noarai raareraa inai
oian itrn rm ana ironnaa ranumoas. i
by Ibr fart that w ara Mir ol tha
raantrv. Thanks la aw
All liooas rvinrked in nam figures
WT, are anablrd ta offer ou
Oul-ol Town Deliveries Made by Onr Meier Tracks
BBBTloll yuu &v van
(eolilrn f1nlh. hlsh-
lv pulUhtHli ('olnntnl
New Fall and Winter
$12.80 Min'i Now Fall
f 15 Mon'o Now Fall
tU Mon'o Importod Wor.tod QQ
$22.50 Mon'o Now Foil 1 A CA
Sulto. Hand Tailorod t.OVf
$25 Mon'o Highoot Crada 1 C Cft
Suit., now lO.av
$30 Man'o Hand-Tailorod 1 Q Crt
Suita, now UJJ
$$5 Mon'o All-Wool 41 CA
Sulto, now -I 0J
$40 Mon'o Hioh.at Grada Hand- OO 7 C
Tailorod Suita, now ...... . aiJ. I J
$12.50 Mon'o Now Fall Overcooto,
$15 Man'o Now Fall O.ercoata,
$18 Man'a Imported Wor.tod
tirtltni fnrh Imv-
H olf mirror tot
44)i har. 2;fa4l la.;
ronlailniiioT 1 lanr
llnrn tlrawcro two
umlt drawafi and '1
f-unlMMinlai mm lllitu-
(nhlm flnlaho with
mlrrur In tup ahlfi
full nwrll front suitl
IdM, 41 In. vrldr.
tU lit. hlKhi tut IIIun.
Seamless Brussels Rugsfi22
ec ca 1 8.3x10.6, cii ofi aWi!l
filff Value 16 dftl.O
VV-'UB nlno flO t?W.IV nluvl6 llirU l,fU
New Fall and Winter
$20 Mon'o Now Fall Ovarcoata
Hand Tailored, now
$25 Highaat Crada Over
$30 Man'o Hand Tailorod Over-
$35 Man'a AU-Wool Over
$40 Mon'o Highoot Grada Hand
Tailorod Overcoata, now
Lord & Taylor
Splendid Values in
Bedsets & Curtains
ALL OUR FULL DRESS AND TUXEDO SUITS AND
FURS COATS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE.
Remember, Sale Starts To-Morrow at 9 A. M.
No. 1 UNION SQUARE, West Corner 14th St.
Look for Nam. and Big Clock In Front of Store. Lincoln Building. Directly Oppooito Lincoln Statua
Store Open Saturday Night Until 10 o'Clock
ioo New Lace Bedsets
ClunjT laros, motifs and embroidery,
mounted on fine liemst itched etumine or
manntisette, Mingle and double sizes,
while or ecru
Imported Lace Curtains
Including Hrussels, Irish Point, Cluny,
Marie Antoinette, llcuai.ssunee, Laeet
and Novelty Curtains per pair
Regularly soo.so to $15.00
350 Pairs Imported
Sun fast" Curtains
Self colors -tan, old gold, old blue, wrt,
forest green and Burgundy, .per pair
llegularly $3.00 uud ti.00
joa "Fnmnun for Their Suit."
ih Ave. 7m
Kr 3 Corner J. I Slreel
jSar. V Sale of Beautiful Up-to-the-Minute JWJ
r" Fashioned Coats Starts To-Morrow. V
10 000 Cnai RoW faC
0 3bTN. Savings Are Positively Enor-
-a W mous, as These Coats
Mm oH". en n . 1
s 7S. sai Keuiany trom
VaW7 tic in t9c
t -jm -v f w v doo
Coats "n the
black and white
Coat$in tne dashing Eng
lish plaid backs.
Coats in the srr'artC8t
Cnat n rich imported boucles mag
nificent with ornaments.
Coats-in 7 and ful1 ,enBth motor-strect and
CoatS"in plain manr.isb effects, faey models and trimmed
Coats n serges & broadcloths for those who dress more sedately.
roat lined throughout with rich silks Coats in every known
and satins and interlined. COJOf and fabric.
'BrltiT timid, for the sanir Minify r IhO
Meet ne ea ine rounicun B-mR
"tnc dfliiiK fur It - Monrv Than riUrw hrre.'
The Home of Famous Pianos
The Best Your Money Can Buy
Th Riff Store sets the standard anil from the state
ments of unbiased critics, as well as from discriminating pur
chasers, we know we are without a peer in MODERATE
PRICES our stock is SPLENDIDLY comprehensive for ALL
requirements -and our CONVENIENT FORM OF PAYMENT
most advantageous to YOU.
at if hfHpairnftntrCoinpflilorii
Choose from the nweet-tonvd'
McPUAJL, Beautiful. Arttitic
hi RCItllort. Sturdy WOLF
SER and GARWOOD.
COME TOMORROW, and select from INSTRUMENTS
WORTHY OF THE MOST PALATIAL HOME at $185 to
In the FINE LINE OF PLAYERS you have this wonder
ful range of values:
fhe U nr iv a 1 1 e J
The Superb CuOWIg;
The Splendid S
The kenowncd $JC 1
V. olfncr ; t OU 1
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST the "C aldwell 88-note Player Piano," at $375
I nls is trie rAlVlwUo mlKi .lUH. vftLUc inAi MAS s:-a mm
SET THL TRADE BY THE EARS AND DEFIED Down and Monthly 5 A
COMPETITION. And sec the ease of payment! JLW Payment of IV
Bench, Cover und 12 Rolls of Music I REE with each plover piano. No interest Delivery Froo
10,000 Music Polls in our Exchange Library which is conducted on the most liberal
exchange plan. We sell music rolls cheaper than any other department store. Others
t.LAim it. we uu ir.
( .MAIN Buildlnir. fourth Floor.)
See our page advertisement of other important events tomorrow, in both our mammoth
buildings, on page 5 of this paper.
Ak for ift&C (ireen Trading Stamp We dire Them;
Broadway & 10th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
It makes little dillerence what you need a World Want will go get it.
The Sunday World's
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