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TBI EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OOTOBIR 3, 1912.
LIKE HIS, SO COP
"HW! Something Bis," They
lay; He Shoos Watchman
Off the Block.
ITobacet company If arm there. THe
hrv pollee hare kept It from h1nf
I la 1t not happy Mlf
Ixmk' Tha emplo rae rnme merrily
AND THEY GET i 3,000.
a nwnwawai ' i mmmm
Cart Off Two-Horse Load of
Tobacco While Obliging
Ank Bluecoat Guards.
HURLS MAN ACROSS
CELLAR IN FLAMES
fe Is Dying of Burns and In
juries After Many Bar
It la njgtit. anl at Ne in Dal a near
atraat la tha Mat tfeo branch af the
ltotroeetitan Toaaooo Ounaur. It
woe tbara thla aflawat, and Car fast
'inn wa maT Hal aaat It la atlll
Caa eomethlng ba eweat ta happen T
It la. Bat wtau of that?
Wfcil, tha eft mill, Iba aajta-arxl
aal aa keep watch aae war.
Tba ate, talaaoael
At Ma. M Norfolk atraat la a tenement
ha a. Da aot oak how many atorlaa
It ha. U that baa baan a neeeeaaey
art of tab) aareaataea. wa would. Bore
taM rov. efdaiai yaw aaklng.
Tfea raar of aba teaaaaaat hoaaa a eal
taw faat froaa aa miibHiu af aba
ad it not baoa aa M aetata bare baaa
Hat roof af tbo toaeaeaa baaaa la
bafbar than tba roof of tha tooaooo
la aat Haawamal Wut
by two horaoa. It aaopa
la front of tha taaamant bouaa.
aba gloomy hallways. Thar
"Who an ran" erlee Bason Hod.
aaan'a waaahaaan, guarding a elger atora
aa tba aa .
Tba etraagere regard aim flaodlr
raw baok their ooata. Ob tie
t of aaeh gleama a neakel ahaaM'
a'a watchman aaallea. All la
wall. Tba ayelaftoua nan wamr pollee-
Tba eteet anaa emerge, carrying baaa.
Ah I What la tharat It la anothar
poilaamaa, la tba hlaa that apaaka tha
naver-alaeplag araardlaaahlp of tha greet
Wlat you truya up tor" ha Inqutma
Tba ooata open again. Tha ablelda
jrlram. Tha man with tha blggeet aack
"ay." ha euggeeU. "you bat tar tall
that watatiaian to mora on. It'a a Me
thing, aat man It wa'ra Jaet lat alnna
hara tbara'll ba aoma aanaatlonal er
raata." Th blaaeoat abUgaa. Why notT tr
ary all ant man haa ehown a ihirid
It la day again.
Oh jay! Tba Plant of fha Metropolitan
to work. Thay amlla at tha harnna who
through tha I ,ng night hara aiiunbereri
not, ii r etepi.
It la tba plaint from thft manager of
A window la opan! A ekyllght haa
been cut away! Hop's dangla from the
waraVmae to tha roof of t.'ia tnna
mant' What can theee ihlnira purtendf
OatMl Thirteen thouaand d'jllarg'
worth of amokaa!
And atlll tha brava p.. lira keep watah
HE WRITESJOONKEL SAM."
a Hal la Broken to trr.pl Hla
Two rente oaertenee (oak.
WtArnnNrjTO.V, Oot. -vAftor gtvlng
parannal ait.nfn, to tha loiter of a
Taoora)i, la., man who deelred to eaae
hla mind try paying; tha United dtataa
two oanta, Hocrctary of tha Traaaury
ManVoagh to-day removed tha minimum
limit of fh a eonta on "coiierlenre fund"
onartfihiitlona Tha latter read:
rmkH Mwn, ITnHad Hi n tea Traaaury:
Hereby I aend you 7 ente wtilch I owa
you by mlatajre. I ware aerating a little
artl.-le wrth rho mat! and put a eltp nf
wriUnej In with attar aum tlma I tlmuglit
I did not do right and regret. Ho exruee
f'nrnrllia l.anlcke. a watchman 1n
the l'arific nyotrar and (leaning Work a
at No. 1171 BarFy atraat, Wllllaniahtirg.
! dying to-day In Kaatarn DMfM Ha
pltal uf buma and Inluiiaa recalrad In a
flra following a hanalna axploalon laat
night. I.unli.ka went lato tha callar of
tha building at 7 o'clock to aea If all waa
Well, Five mlnatat later, for a reaaon
iot yt detcrtnlncid. a barrel of beni Ine
atrplrxled. hurting l.unlcka acroaa tha
cellar atxl anting flra to hla clothing.
Aa Morrla and Moyac Iewia of No. ant
Mouth Third att-t were running Into
the cellar to help Ttin1rke two mora
harrala blew up, and aat lie to othara
1n tha cellar. In rapid aucceaalon ram
four more aiploalona. Tba am oka
reached Morrla Horowtts of Plfkln ar
onua aad Kaokman atraat. Brooklyn, and
Jacob Marmorlta of No. IN Badrldga
atraat Manhattan, who were working
on the top floor. They went down, aad
with the Utwta brothara draarged Lb
nlcka to tha afreet. Tha blaaa waa aoon
'NO' TO SKY BOMB DROPPING.
WAfJHINOTON, Oct . -Rear-Admiral
Andrawa, Anting Secretary of the Nary,
haa refuaed the requeat of the Aaro
nautloal Hoolety to parmrt a battleahip
to ba made a target for make-balleva
tirmiba dropped from aermplanea during
tha arlatlon meet on Htaten laland at
tha time of tha Naw Tork naval rarlaw.
Tha ahlpa la tha fleet will ba opan to
rlaltora each day without tlrketa or
paaaea during houre to ba announced
by Rear-Admiral Oaterhaua.
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I gaVfc owgggggggggggggggggggggggggV
YOUR SOUR, 6ASSY, UPSET STOMACH
WILL FEEL FINE IN FIVE
"Really rloea" put had atnmarha in order "really lof a" ovcrc ume iniligraliiin,
ilyapepaia, gaa. hearlliurn and eourneaa in five minulea Ilia I jii-l Hint makc
Hapa'a Diapapain the largrit aelling atomach regulator in the Bond. If what fO
eal feiiiicula into aliililxuii lumua, you Itelch (a and eructate amir uniligeatnl
food and arid; head ia diary and arhej; breath foul; tongue coaled: vniir (Ihwdm
filled with hile and indisealit4e waate, remember the moment Diapepin cuinea in
contact witb the atomarh all auch dialreaa vaniahea. Il'a truly ailouiabing almost
marreloua, and the joy ia ita harmleaaneaa.
aa sbaih nuAMSULgl at
MAKES DfSORDERBD STOMACHS
FEEL FINE 1NMVB MINUTES.
rmimmm lunirrcTinu nvaaaaat.
SUUKN Ilk WAS) n (.AH IH URN.
aWSgggaT I I
tjutra m cent cAgg any dkjc sron.
Harris eyeglass service is perfect
It includes the examination of your eyes by an Oculist (regis
tered physician) skilled in his profession by years of expe
rience and by thousands of searching eye examinations.
It includes thr services of opticians who adjust the glasses
to ypur eyes in sjch a manner as to carry out. in the smallest
detail, the prescription written by the Harris Oculist.
Accuracy is the keynote of the Harris establishment. The
lenses are ground with a care and skill that can only be fit
tingly described by the word "Perfection."
Eyeglasses bought at the Optical Houss of M. H. Harris
are GUARANTEED to give you complete and lasting satisfac
tion, whether they cost $2 or more your money back if you
M Rsst 23rd St.. near Fourth Ave.
Watt Mat 8t. . hot . 5th and 6t h A vas.
M Want 126th St., near Lenox Ave.
442 Columbia Ave., Slat and H2nd St a.
TO Naaaau St.. near John St.
1009 Broadway, near Willo'by, Bklyn
489 Fulton St.. opp. A. eV ., Bklyn
m Broad St.. near Hahne'a. Newark
$10 and $15
Made for Fall, but the tailors who
made them never thought they
would fall like thisl5, 18, $20 and
25 are the prices they should be,
for they are as fine a lot of suits as
ever sold at those prices. but
We bought them way below their
usual priceone of the advantages
of buying in large quantitiesand,
instead of marking some $15 and
I8, we marked them 10. Instead of
marking the others s20 and '25 we
marked them I5; at either price
you never bought better.
t7B BROADWAY, near Chamber. St.
47 CORTLANDT ST.. near Greenwich. lfJth STREET, at Sd Av.
UNION SQUARE. 14th Street, Weat of Broadway.
Hmrlmm Start Open Evening
LONG CONTINUED POPULARITY
EXTENDING OVER 50 YEARS, 15 OF ITSElf CONVINCING PROOF THAT
THE PREFERENCE GIVEN TO IT BY THE PEOPLE IS FOUNDED UPON ITS
SUWUOR QUALITY. ABSOLUTE PURITY, AND UNIFORM EXCELLENCE.
Bigg tioaa l a.
a utaitiH it
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A Paul J. Rainey
16 Pages Copiously Illustrated
COVER IN COLORS
A Real Book. Trimmed and Stitched
Every school boy and girl should
have one of these books.
An Extraordinary Exhibition and Sale of
True Persian Rugs
A congregation of 6,876 Pieces purchased by us from the former
Director-General of the Imperial Bank of Persia
at a Ransom Price
constituting a sacrifice value of the Rarest and Most Sub
stantial of all home decorations, rags that have come to light
through the desecration of rich homes in the present revolution.
( arprU af tviian-
Ifirmnn n mat c
A.LI VVeVr JjreVO a j
of Great Beauty iflUUUL
at $L50 per sq. ft. at 75c. per sq. ft
Immense Palace Carpets
i Mats of Silk and Tabriz Quality
Strips and wide hall pieces. Some pairs worth $250 for $125
A lot of 1,56 J, principally Antique Kazaky Guendji and
Mossoaly from 3.6 x 6 to 5 x 8.
$20 rug values wUl be $
$30 rug values will be $
$60 and $80 rug values
will be sold for
$ 100 rug values will be $ A (
sold for Tfl
And some of the rare HAM AD AN pieces, $
valued at $200 each
All on exhibition on our main floor, presenting a forest of summer
and autumn color, woven into the most intricate as well as the most
substantial of fabrics: PERSIAN RUGS.
Every rug sold bears our war rant and is
subject to exchange within a reasonable time
Sheppard Kndpp & Co.
39-41 W. 23rd Street B$MUk4 Hit New York City
"V afg. aagggbaaa
iJiainondii inn -eh I from ua ran ba r I- '
rhancrrl at full value or rrturnrtl for caah. I
leas tan par cant . within ano year. I
To-Day and To-Morrow
1 Carat $
I hla la the largeat al af Uaoieod JUaga
at e.'iu per rarai we fcnte bad ao far thla
year. Kvery diamond haa been rarefnllr
aeleeted and mo anted In
iimleratnndTiic thai If rau
In a Mild li.k.,.1
ld rlna aellliiK. H e will affer you our
eh,,rr nl BHU per inrnl wllh the dlallnrt
an rn.Uk u .. .
of them fur leaa than atHMHI par rarnt
an where In the I nlted Stain, we will
take (he diamond rinc bark and refund
i u all uf your money on reuuret. Over
llilrty-oar yeara In the diamond trade la
aa our rvlndon- dlanlar of orer half a
million dollar.- worth uf dlamiinda. All
,,lalaly marked RIO to g.l.ipoo no.
CHARLES A. KEENE
fi tT aV Jmportar of lianionda,
1 OO Broadway. New York
Refined use of
ill .... flint vii'. !l. fill 1 1 i 1 1 ti 1
1 tht niiiuro irave you, ar.d will nut ahow
I an unnighlly "iiowdar effect."
I Carman, unlike oinrr powaera. win
....... jr ootil von reiimva it. nor will
ltloa Ita faarinuting- frajfrar.ee. Carmen
la untiraly dirertnt 1 ora ami narm-
ta, it beaut im-a anu umt'iifaxnapain.
Fltth, While, I'ink. and Crtam
from your Druaaitt er Depart
ment air Toiltt Siz toe.
Carmen Cold Cream
kl . aadaadaaaa Irritated and rouah
.akin Snow - white - Non - aticay
. harmleaa, tic and .1..'.
Staff ord-Nflllor Co.
St. Loui.. Ma.
AO laat er foanfl arMrlea ad
eartraad la Tha World will aa
Hated at The Werld'e Infe
tLaa Bnraoa. rain-.
Areade. ratk Ra i Warlg'a
Vatawa Ufftra. north weal co
mer mik and It road war I
Warld'a Harlem Offlra, MO
Weat lSaih St.. an Werld'e
Broeklra Offlra. soa Waaalag
taa t.. Brooklyn, far BO dare
fallowing the nriattng el tbo
May Caruso Sing for You
and Your Family and
Friends in Your Home
It would cost you a pretty penny
a good many hundreds of dollars to
have Caruso come in person and sing
for you. And it would be worth all it
Who are National Wholesale and Retail
Distributers of the
will make it possible for the voice of
Caruso to come to your home and sing
for you, not once but as often as you
wish never tiring and it will cost
That sum paid over a period of 20
months, during all of which time you
have the joy of possession will give to
you the best of all Victrolas, the Big
Victrola, the cost of which is $200.
We have all the new models of Victrolas
on exhibition and can make immediate delivery
of any of the types you may select at $15, $25
$40. $50, $75, $100, $150, $200.
Continuous Victrola demonstration! in Iht Musi$
Salons and Victrola Concert in the Auditorium daily
at 11 A. M. First Oallery. New Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart St Co.
Broadway, Fourth avenue, Eighth to Tenth ttreet.
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A HVEN-llflE W0KLP WANT WOW; AU THE
Week, ordeh one to-pav and prospeh