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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 112.
AND BABE RESCUED
: BY FIRE HEROINE
Mrs. Harland Carries Two Out
of Blazing Rat, Then
Puts Out Flames.
DtaMli SXrtnsar of No m
J5? "iiy-tti atraat wa an
Batufaad whan ati bad ooekad braaJc
aaat to-.mv for hfr four-raar-oM aon
Saay and Ma Oiraa-yiur-old alatar
ad had n urwd bar thraa-waaka-old
ar lhat ah- want back to bad for a
Mat. Har husband was lakan to Bad.
aa a faw day aro with ttrharruloali
t th. throat, and what with nurafns.
aim and her own waafcanad eonditlon
ad worry ovar what U to t. nmt of
ar. tba mothar haa llttla sir.riafh Irft.
Johnny, onca hi mother waa sound
alaap, undertook to show utile Llaile
kw to make fire. The moat fitting
placa. In hla opinion, wa on the kitrh.n
Saor; hla mother had alwayi told him
tkat ha muen nrvar, never try to make
a flra In the atove. Thrre plenty
f paprr and soma klnrilln.s urid n Imit
Of matrhee were n4y In Iliree inln-
the Are wa tda.lna eagerly under
ine winnow nl LjMSW wni i lunpln;
bar hand and darning with Jot, while
Johnny aaa firwina hla work with
A tonati. of flame raaoaai the rjrtaln;
a tnoment later the ahadr anl the Wood
war were mirkllng n1 Hie room whs
darwenin with mohi-. Johnny took
Idaue by th hand and ran Into Ihe hull
aaraamJnc with ttrror. It waa not the
aon of lira h had meant to l.ulld, at all.
A floor below, Mary Itarland, the Jan-
Mraaa. waa aw i the atalr. Hha la a
Mfc broad shouldered a-o-nan, wlt'i
atroag arma and heap of ommon aeime
he took one look Into Ihe Sirlnaer
and oaujrht Johnny nvHy by the
"Where are your mothar and the
"In there," aobbed Johnny, pointing at j
ara. Har hand told tho rhlkjreii not to I
tap until they sot to tho sfrrrt. Hha I
planted Into the bedroom where Mr,
"trliurrr waa atlll aound aaleep, thonith
the baby wa crying, gathered both Into
arm without (lopping to wake th
er. staa7grr.il out Into the hull and
them on tho floor. Jumping Into the
again ahe found a bucket, groped
way to tba sink and filled It and
It at the window where the
flame ware reddeat through the amoke.
la five minute tho fir waa out
Mr. Harland aqualchad tha 1at re- '
malnlng aparka, mat Mr fttrlnger try
laff la make har way back Into tha flat.
wan ner ana in oany up ooaiiy onca
atare and pat them in har own bed.
Tha fireman looked oear Mary Itar
laad'e work aad congratulatad her on
aaalag two live aad tba building
MRS. KER WEDS AGAIN.
Mia- Mary Maabee Ker, daughter of
Maar-AdmlraJ Plfshe. haraalf an artlat,
Haa for tha aacond tlma become the
bride of aa artlat. She waa married In
tMa city yaatarday to Antoa Otto
riecher of No. u Waat Twenty-ninth
air at. Tha wadding waa a quiet one.
Tha Rear-Admire) waa not preeent. He
waa In Washington, it wa aald at hla
hean. No. M wat One Hundred and
Mutual devotion In art. which led to
har marriage wUh William Balfour Ker
la IMP. whom aha divorced In July laat
year, led to the aacond wadding. Mr.
PTaoher mat h'a bride at an art ex
hMHaa In thl cHy and aoon after that
meeting they began painting together
a greet deal.
MORE THAN A YEAR
Their Parents Insists on Re
ligious Ceremony, Though
They're Glad of Match.
Aftr two marriage eeremonl
Charlea Wle Jr. and hi nineteen. year
Old wife, a daughter of Albert Mile, a
retired banker of Vo. M Hart atreet.
Brooklyn, ar keeping houaa at laat in
No. 104 i.ifayeite avenue.
Four year ago Charll Wte, oldet
on of former Flra Commlealoner Wl.
met Caroline Mllea when they wer
pupil at Kraamua Hall High School.
Their devotion continued, but the pur.
ent. though not objecting 'o tha match,
belleie.l the youngitera ahould wall un
111 Charles hud ilemuntrald his ability
, to take rare of a wife
j nut the young couple did not agree
with that view, and derided not M
I wait. Ho on June 2, 1(11, they went to
Jersey City and were married by a
Magistrate. Apparently they wlslied to
set a record In Ihe keriHng secret of a
! marriage, for thry did not reveal thelia
iioui i wrre uxu. inert n ie weni
to hi father with the nasttar-of-fsot
announrement that he was married
and wanted to start housekeeping.
Thrre a a sensation In the fam
ily. Mr. Wise Instated thai there mint j
he another ceremony before a priest.
n on IWd. B llN a'-rond s id MOTS
formal wWM tit bfok p:i privately, t i.
rafofjiany i.int performed hy rwthar
Mrflr inen of Ht. Amt.roae's fflflft h.
"Ves," said young VI" lo-dsv. '
didn't ' why we IrVstlM Mil gntll wa
wtri oM and grsy be for BStttSS mar-rl'-l
My fathef run away with my
mother twer.ty yearn ago, ami I don't
see how he coiild object to my following
I '1 ' iat although 'hi affair had
Mien him and hit family by urprlae,
hg had fin teg rata
re Skip I. Ine Mnaagrr Here.
Ir. Kjrl lltiei'7., foffllejafa (lernin
fViusul-fleiiiril at New Torh, arrived
yrstrrdny On Hie Cleveland to uri-ee I
tlm late Hn. I. t IVia a ileaident
lilrecter an I ineral Mnnager of lbs.
Mr Mllea, father of the l.rlde, said Hani ,mrg- on r.'-an line
i preparation for Saturday, October 5th.
34th Street West
Strictly High Class-Exceptional Values
Women's Suits (32 to 44)
Black, Navy and Brown Cheviot!,
Zibelinea and two-toned Diagonals,
Misses' Suits (14 to 18)
Gray, Navy and Brown Zibelinei,
Navy. Brown and Black Cheviot,
Girls' Suits (12 to 16)
Sergei, Cheviots and Fancy Mixtures;
smart, youthful models.
Value 38.00 29.50
Value 35.00 26.50
Value 27.50 1 9.75
SALE OF CHIFFON WAISTS
5 New Paris Models in Black, Navy.
Brown, Maize, Green, etc..
22 to 26
Value 9.50 5.75
John Forsythe st. w..t
34th Street New York
Exceptional Showing of
Misses' Custom Tailored Fall Suits
Sizes 14 to 0 years. Also nuitable for small women.
The season's most fashionable styles and materials, including
Boucle, Cheviot, Whipcord, Diagonal and Fancy Mixtures.
Workmanship and finish of the highest excellence.
Women's Tailor Made Skirts
A wide selection of new Fall styles, of Tailor Serge.
Diagonal. Mixtures, Whipcord and Corduroy iu prevailing colors.
There Was a Man
In Our Town
and he was Wondrous Wise
You couldn't fool Him, Oh No!
He had drank coffee for years. Coffee didn't hurt him.
But The Bump Came
Many a man is pretty sure that while coffee may hurt others it don't hurt
him till the bump cornea.
But when headache, frazzled nerves, an irritable heart, indigestion and sleep
lessness begin to "get him," he's apt to look around for a reason.
The reason is plain when a change is made
from coffee to
To-Day and To-Morrow
a Very Important Sale of
Boys' and Young Men's Clothing
Details will be announced in Friday Evening's Papers.
West 23d and 22d Street
This pleasant table drink much resemb'.es
real Java coffee in flavour, but is free from
"caffeine" (the drug in coffee) or any other
Postum, made from choice Northern
wheat and the juice of Southern sugar cane, has
put many former coffee drinkers on the Road
COMFS A TIMR
When Coffee Show Whtl II Has Been Doing.
"Of lale year eaffas lias diaagrred with
me," write a friend from Home. N. Y.
"It lif hteat iiiniliment belna; tn make
me 'logy' and diitv, and it seemed to
thicken up my lluml
"The heaviest wa when it upset my
stomach completely, destroying my ap
petite and making nip nrrvou ami irri
tahle, and sent me tu mv bed After one
of thee attacks, in which I neariy lnt
my life. I concluded to quit the coffee
and try Postuni.
"It went right to the pot I I found it
not only a most pnlalahle and rrfreshiug
beverage hut a food as well.
"All my ailments, the Mnginrss' and
dimness the unsatisfactorv o million of
my hlnod, my nervousness and irritahility
disappeared in short order and my sorely
afflicted atomaeh hegan ipiickly to re
cover I heitnu to rebuild and have
Mcsdily continued until now. Have h
good appetite and am rejoicing in ound
heulth, which I owe to the use of Postiliu."
Name given hy I'oatum Co., liattla Creek,
Head tke little hook. "The Road tn
Weilville," ia pkgs. "There1, a reason."
44 There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
ER. raafa aa-jeweiie.
JiisImI washes have beeo useil un the
liiirnis. nave keea eoa.irueled to
laed hard usaae iud fulrU all the re
"eeaseau vf iu ,..,i )nu rio
ezaenaa kauwa In Ihe
9Se .uJf29 ,ru MS all run
llhln thlrt, sreaads a weak ailhuut may
'"tL."1 J"'..""r. " aelllna out u( aUJu.t
MH. Hach u III watch w offer al thl.
ale for en. The tuuai oiarveUuua uart
IX fSJCl S ' aa of these
jri-J.tYflled nioveineot I. In a ln.rui.Ml
" neaaa, n lAC SdSuud iS
?J"m..""'"t "! 'br MP "rk est
this lheirr. (auchl Ihem sear aai
"".aha uf Wa neafll. va Ihe BX-jewelTed
uat.k." aad uo dubt Mm. lu.sahar f
lour famlljr or a friend rarrlea en la-da
HW B Mm HT.ay 7a. alCcMt
These watrhes ar ahsnlutclr (uaraal.nl.
e.ery ewe of Ib.m. aad If an, j.w.ll.r b,
rriuiass jwur afT un
By Reducing Prices
o f f e r housekeepers
the finest meats in
a 1 I .
VHMUsUIJ WJ tne niark( t at these
yAll3MSSr sensational reduc-
a55J2S tions in price:
Prime Sirloin Steak, r t ,. n , 20c
Chuck Steak, tender and juicy lb.
Fancy Loin Lamb Chops 15c
Rib Lamb Chops, 2-25c
Legs Canada Mutton, -- 12C
Prime Rib Roast, bssteou 20c
Good Rib Roast, choice cuU lb.
Boston Pot Roast, t,a choice. r. 14c
Sugar Cured Hams, . 16C
Locations of Ihe James Butler Inc. Butcher Shops
173 Amsterdam Ave.
Cor. 8th St.
Phone. Columbus 3IS7
1371 St. Nicholas Ave.
Near 178th St.
Phone. Audubon 471
3730 White Plains Road
Cor. mth St.
Phone. HtWainsbrldfe SS8
65 Westchester Square
Phone, Westchester S8
693 Tremont Ave.
Cor. Crotona Ave.
Phone. Tremont Sit
494 S. Broadway,
Cor. Lawrence St.
Phone. Yonkers alia
35 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Phone, Mount Vernon 1878
WEST NEW BRIGHTON, S. I.
1112 Castleton Ave..
Cor. Caroline St.
Phone, West New Brighton 318
80 Third Ave.
Cor. Dean St.
Phone. Main 888
1315 Kings Highway
Cor. East 14th St.
Phone. Mldwood STSS
820 Flatbnsh Ave.
Phone, nathnsh 47S
554 Coney Island Ave.
Cor. Beverley Road
Phone, nathnsh 1818
8705 Eighteenth Ave.
Cor. Benson Ave.
Phone. SSSB Bath Beo.-k
LONG IS .AMD SuTbarban
Cor. Main and Fatten
Phone. Hempstead SSS
Glen Cove School St.
Phone. Glen Cove 481
Cor. Main St. and N. Y. Ave.
Phone. Huntington 878
Cor. Flower Mil and Irma Ave.
: CSTrW' aar K.ri"". 'SK M2
UU. si uu.ll or iMmsn. mrdmrm nn-i
. H InVHl & oell sal of the
hsai aulM fluia Hitlrkr. awde la the
I allaa Slulra. aaa cuamntee Id an mu
i lat IIS iiw jail. Veu aa pro II br
uur ovm J.w.ltrr.
SIT.l.tKt IS..II.I IS-K. fluid Watch fur SI.KI
Itfn.fM) K..II.I IN-K. ...IJ Wal.li fw UO
MS.IMf .-..11,1 I l-K. fluid IUU1. Iv, CVI
M.ttO H.IM I -K. field Wal. k lar 4
JIB imi hulld 14-K. fluid Watch far 3fi
an.uo noi3 i4.it. iMid WaSiC ia
CHARLES A. KEENE
1 fOafh DUsMsadt. Watrhes. J
You Get the Benefit ot Who esale Prices
At Ail James Butler Inc. Licensed Stores
Bll'l J M. J"l J
ItatttJ w-i .1 - r i
Sir John Power's
Seven Years Old
We guaruntee the age aad quality
of Die celebrated
Three Swallow Dublin Pol-stffl
Fure Barley Hill Whisky.
I're-eminent for it purity V
and excellence. Imported sV
direct from the distillery;
special offer, J. H. bottle
Kingussie Scotch. Zr.imi"uT. 79c
Special Reserve Rye, KtftSiff!" 89c
Imperial Rye Whisky, 45c
Doppel Krmmel, .r De d0 Wer 75c
Princeton Drin,ti:rsd t,r,'ock- 69c
Rich, nouriHiiinK, pure, plca-ant, pulatatilc grape wine.
Euricbos the bloods a spK ndid tonic (or this sea-son.
A Half Or Whole
Guinness's Stout Bass Ale
Imported direct and selling very fast at $ SJ .45 Dozen $
these extraordinary low prices. Dos. bota., M. Splits, m
Allowance for Returned Empties
We pay 15 cents u doseo fr the return of emuty bottles, and
10 cents a dozen for empty splits. Our motor trucks and wagons
DELIVER FREE and will call for the empties on request.
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
The Flour Sale an Immense Soceew
At All the 200 James Butler Inc. Stores
aaa n i
The demand is so great that we continue the
sale of the three host brands for this week to give
every housekeeper the opportunity of purchasing her
favorite flour at the lowest prices of the year:
Pride of St. Louis
Superlative XXXX Most economical all
round Flour for Bread, Biscuit, Cake or Pastry
Barrel MJlb.Bag 7-lb Bajr $U lb. Bag
$5 45 69c20c10c
Gold Medal Flour
By the $ff.75 1 By the Bag 70c
Barrel O (th Barrel)' tl
By the $ft.25 1 By the Bag 7Qc
Barrel V ('ith Barrel)
Blue Ribbon Baking Powder
From pure grape Mb. Offe; H-ib. 1 Qt; Jb. Ac
cream of tartar, ssa, JJ rn- JLO JL V
SJZg Butter 33
Butterine. print, 23c
Ht iaiiallrir aSaiaaaMsi l.i.all a ai Wmi mm
As wholesome, nutritive and digeatible aa creamery butter.
Huyler s Cocoa, -17
Rolled Oats, 3 10
Highest grade new rolled oat flakes freah milled.
Potatoes, 6 1- 10C
The kind that lx.il and bake white and "mealy.
Red Onions. 3 10C
Fron OrMgB County's union beds noted for tbeir flavor.
r aaaa aaai aaai mrm mm mm mm mm nv. " a .t t mj r aav a i mmt mmmw.
T V H H H H H BbT na ' IIIN. SBkal
if U Y siampa ua j-c
R Jwv stamps yith vaatc
I lb, (or
Stamps FREE 1 lb.
30 msr 38
Ideal Blend 25
I n three Q CC N QAC.Vo. C
-..(.). obbbv. i mm mm . . H
A PAUL J. RAINFV
16 Pages. Copiously Illustrated !
Cover in Colors.
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In the Jungles of Equatorial Africa.
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hoy Md girl M well as every grown-up should have
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