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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
FIGHT TINY BLAZE,
NOT SEEKING AID
Women Try (o SmolherFlames
in West 78th St. Apartment
Without Sending in Alarm.
ZELIG WAS ROBBED
OF $500 HE CARRIED,
Deputy Commissioner Says
Slayer Was Not Prompted
by Other Gangsters.
Wkn Mm lyorlmrr X DMA plav
aHe;. r-mpii1 to S'Th! a (aa in in
aar hMMMMM tWSS'l i'n IMTtnMH
M SStStllli flmr of th Kvclyn. M No
;I Wfit Srvaniy-rtKht.i n'rtrx. at noon
lo-day. i box of aatriy niu i i.hl
lira, huinlnx hr harvla Na.l'.y In pain.
ih ihraw tha matrhra fmrji hfr Tht?
ar!" 1 on Nf Iwd, which In flami-a
In an InatanL
Mr. ' oallrl to har maid Marv
O'Krafv, arwl lothrr tha two wnmm
triad to ata.iip rut thi- llanioa. Thair
rr attract! anothr mall, MflUM
laiy. who. lnatr.,1 of laitprtoAlnf, ran
town liran rtiKlm tr hi- elBca an I nou
nad M.uiti BtMl Julian Jullin, loo,
foritot t rail llir fUrinon, hut, with Inn
hall boya, ruah'd t' VO lha parttnvnt
and trial to axtlngulah rha tenia with
It waa only whn thr rlamaa hurat
through tht wlnrtowa that a aaarby
lad lha firaaancr of mind to rlnn In a
Ira alarm In th" mruntlnia falling
inbrra had aat flra to awnlnta on thr
Ifth and alxih floora, and a amall
llard panic followed Hulf a hundred
uata In the main dinlni room flt'l
It tha atraat, whlla Maimifar Julian
vaan talaphonlng to am li apartmrnt
for lha ocrupanta to flee. Moat of
:hm forfeit that thara were atapa or
Ira errapaa In tha hulldlnn and florked
:o tha alovator.
Tha abaft of thla waa filled with
danaa amoka. Morgan SIMfttrd, tha
negro alavator man. aturk to hla poat,
though he waa nearly ovarcoma, and
look out all the tenanta
Deputy Chief Hurna and the firemen
ho reaponded Jiad to dr.ig b hoae up
evan fllghla of alra baton Ihay could
oaqucr the fire.
Evarythlnx In the apartment waa
aeatroyed. Mra. lean'a family fur yaara
made a collection of rare lavea, valued
at many thuuaamla of dullara. all of
which waa deatroyrd. In addition, a
One -ollectlon of DO all and old nMrhea,
rolleried by Mra. Dean'a ntother, waa
maltntl up. More than tWO In paper
ntonev waa burned beyond redemption.
The loaa la plaornl at SlO.OOn. but Mra.
ttean'a collectiona of lacea. W. achat ai.d
roina cannot be rrplarad. Her Are tn
urvice policy waa permitted to lapae
.njy a month aarn
The Inveatliratlon of the murder of
nig Jack' Bella; on a Sr. ,nd avenue
rar at Fourteenth etreel Bnturly
light la practlrally rompletrd, Deputy
( ommlamlnnar Ioiirherty aald to-day.
Kverythlng whlrh the pdlce have
learned confirmed Mr I 'ougherty'a he
llef, he aald. that fuMon. tha man
a ho ahot allg, acted without prompt
ing hy enamlea of ZHIt othar than
"The man la of a type," aald Dough
arty, "known In tha eaat aide criminal
alang aa a mockla.' He la too thick
headed ami elumay alttiwl nnd ahowa
hla feellnga too plainly to he uaeful to
gang leader. The fellow ha a worked
aa an actor In the rheaper moving plc
turr vaudeville Imuara, he haa been a
waiter and he waa a f.illura In both
puraulta. He waa only allghtly more
eurceaaful aa a meeaenger for atrret
women The gangatera deaplaed him.
We know that ha had a great ambition
to become a member of the .rlig gang;
Zcllg and hla frlenda deaplaed him and
when he herame too obnoxlouo In hla
efforta to make frlo.ida with him boat
nlm and curaed him.
"When I aaacri lilm how he got up
the nerve to kill Zellg lie aald: 'Well,
you know my hair la red. I have been
beaten often and they hava made a
fool of BO often. At laat my red hair
got hold of me and I atruok.' "
The Deputy Commlaaloner aald that
he waa now eape, iallv IntOftOtOd in
lha theft of the . wolrb he now l
llevoa .. iik actually had In hie po k
eta whin ha wit ahot. The man who
did II waa appnrrntlv gftg win, ktiaw
Zellg hnd the money arid waa out
wardly at any rate a friend of the dead
Information waa re.elvrd by OOTOnar
HoItMUtOr, who la to nit at the Zellg
iBqUOtl to-morrow, that iMvld-on. after
being repulael Krlriav night hv Zellg and
nth era with whom he waa trying to in
gratiate hlmaelf by buying champagne,
offered to give the rhampagne movcv
to Zellg at a contribution to the fund
for the defenae of the four gunmen Itl
the Tnmbe ni ruaed of the Itoaenth'l
murder Davldaon. according to the
trry. repented of hla generoalty when
he awoke Saturday Homing and Bong' t
Zcl'g out and demanded hla money back
7.e!lg gave hfm the money and alao a
banting The t'oroner aaya lio
rOtOOtl to believe that Davldaon bought
the revolver with wb!eb he killed Zellg
with part of thla returned 1.
STRAUS SOAKS TAMMANY.
lanillaate niarnra (he Tler for
Bad Police l nndltlona.
niNtllfAMTON. N. Y., Oct. I.-Oacar
H. ntraua, Progreaalve candidate for
'lovernor, addreaaed a lara and en
thuelnalle meeting at the Blone Ope-a
Houae to-day. lie charged Tammany
Hall wltlh being rcaponallde for prearnt
'police condltlona In New York and the
rtoaanthal tragedy He declared that
'with the 0 loot Ion of a Progreaalve Htale
ticket the exlatetvre of auch condltlona
I would become impoaalble In thla date.
MnOtOr Krederlrk Davenport, candi
date fur Ileutenant-Oovernor, addreaaed
a JrwO atharlng of worklngmcn at
A VOID IMPURE MILK
m Infants mm InTalidi
It looaii tha OrtglMl mm OomIm
To rayoJjHNh tmr M Agmm,
Rich nulk. maJtad grain, in powdor fons.
For ml on ta. in val ida aaal growing rhllilioa.
Invigaratoo nuraing mothure aaal thaofod
Mora hoolthful damn tan or i.g.
Ta4o no ooOaHitaaaa. Aotl for NOfJAtgOJTat
HORUCK 'SCmmflm Pur MUk
Don't Remain Crippled
It Is No Longer
tile Hot aei-ure
Write for Interesting
and ennvtnee vonraelf of the wonderful
result thai we have areoniullehed on
all Bedilir Defarmlllea wllhnut Knlle
of l ain learn what we ran da for
VOt . I
roth ORTiinrr.Dir iMtTrn Tit.
li Meat T.-Vth St.. New Vsrk.
"famous JM) for Their Suits"
ih Ave. ltli
O Corner X f Slrcel
EVENT NO. 2
Sale of the Popular
Actual $15 to $25 Values
g,50 J2-5 14'50
75 Different Sty lea and Fab
ric, in evrry Correct and Fashion
able! Color, Stripe and Mixture.
EVENT NO. 1
Sale of Our Famous
. Tailored Suits
in ns to $30 Models at
12-75 15.00 J7.50
J00 Different Siy ea and Fabrics n
havy Blue, B.uck. Browv,Gra Mix
ture and Everi Fashior.ab e Shade.
SUITS in decani mannish styles, perfectly
SUITS trirrmed with rows of rich wide silk
SUITS in smart cutaway and nobby new Eng
SUITS with beautifully shaped ve'vet revers,
clcsii b with ban else me braid ornurr.ents.
SUITS fith Enpiie basics, fjathcrecl, slurred
ard buttc:. trimmed.
SUITS in ire new Norfolk style, pleated back
MJITS with tailors' braid binding all around
SUITS- in rich fancy styles for very dressy
wear. I aDDroorvt stvles for auiet dressers.
or w w
AH Sun lined with but guaranteed tetiru and pesu de cy gnu. All Women mint j' tlzct from 14 to 54 inch bust
black and white
in the stunnina
in beautifully made,
-in the dashing new English Johnny
in braid trimmed,
COATS - -of blue chinchilla
revers and cuffs.
CO.VrS of rich imported
COATS with rich silk linings, silk revers and
silk collars in contrasting shades.
COATS in black broadcloth and blue serges
fancy plaid back
with white collar
boucles with big
NOTED ANIMAL TRAINER
SUCCUMBS TO INFLUENZA.
Alter Escaping Wild Beasts' Attacks
for Years, Prank C Bostoek
Dies Peacefully in London.
Newa waa rcelveil here, to day, nf
the 'leath f Frank r. HoHtock, the
a'Umal trainer and abowman. In Ixin
don. after an attack of Influenxa.
I.lona, tlgera, elephanto, leopard ami
beara have attempted mnny llmea In
hla forty nr more yeara of life, to
1:111 Krenk Boatnck. hut he pmtecte,!
hlmaelf aaTalnat their aaaaulta aucceea
fully. 1'oat.i k waa the grand"n of the great
Wonibwell, whoae ftoy.il Hi-ltlah Men
agerle waa a national Mill a i lntluton
In the early yeara of thla century. Ilia
father waa a trainer and rider In the
Wombwell ahow. The fa her atab lahed
an Independent ahow, In which 1'rank r.
Iloatnck waa one of the tralnera.
When the hrry waa fifteen yeara old
hla father waa dlaahled by an anrr
lion anil removed from tht arena. Thr
boy, without aaklna anybody'! permla
alon, Jumped Into the linn cage ind
completed the programme. From thnl
day until hla death he exhibited wild
anlmala all over the world.
After a year of travelling In thla
country with hla ow nahow. In BM
Ilnwtook ac-hleved hla flret areat mirvnm
In tha United Htat.-a at the World'-l-'alr
In dilcngn Iater. he hd ahowa
In varloua para of the errtmtry.
natch for f'hrlatahrl Pntikhnret.
UOmOH, OOk Poll'-e were on the
latlSiaal to-day lor (hrlftiibel Pank
hurat, reported on hi r way from I'.irl"
to Tendon. Hhe ia wanted , barred W'ltti
iMPlrini the militant auffrna' 'tea IS
STORE FOR WOMEN
9 Restore color to grey or
faded hair; Cleanses, cools
and invigorates the Scalp.
3 Removes Dandruff-there
by giving the heir chance
to grow in healthy natural
way end stopping its falling
out. Keep hair aoft and
glossy. la not dye.
It .00 awf Mr. at Drag toree or aVeet
aoa reaetaf of pvto aod taalrr'a aw.
Zoo lOc ior trial beetle. - Phlle Ha
BssVJKl Co.. NawaraTN i U. S. A.
KEEPS YOU LOOKING YOUNG
TTat : i JjaTaajawBBat 'Ha . aV m i aTgaTgaTI
Exclusive styles and effects in Chiffon and Beaded Net Flouncings,
wrought in gold, silver and pompadour floral designs Metal,
Beaded and Fancy Allovers; Gold, Silver and Steel Shi Jo
Laces, Bandings, b'dgings, Demi and Full Flouncings in
Rosaline, Boheme, Poirrt d'Alencon, Shadow. Milan, Chan
lillyand Venise Laces; Jflso the newest models in Panel
Draperies, in gold, silver, black and white.
Special Values for To-morrow
in old rase, pink, blue, yellow, lavender,
orange and cream, with gold, silver Oc "2 1
and colored floral combinations, from "O to o, J O
Regular Values from 01.50 to 4.5o Yard
Edgings and Bandings. c
in gold, silver and steel, 2 to 9 ins. wide, 'rom af 3
Regular Values from 50c to $7.50 Yard
Laces, Flouncings and Bandings,
comprising Shadow, Alencon, Chantilly A '
and Fancv Net. in all desirable widths, from iD to
Regular Values from 68c to $6.50
To-morrow, will be placed on Sale
a large purchase of Hand Embroidered
At Unusually Low Prices
at ."50c, 75c,
95c, 1,95. 2.40
Finger Bowl & Tumbler IV.yieys, Dz. M.95, 2.40, 2.75
3.25, 4.00, 5.90
" 3.25, 5.40, 6.93
At 3.65. 4.45, 6.90
" 3.25, 5.50, 7.50
" 7.50, 8.95, 13.75
' 3.75, 4.P0, 7.50
Tea and Luncheon Napkins
Dresser and Buffet Scarfs,
And a large collection of Lingerie Cushion Covers, Guest Towers,
Dinner Cloths and Bed Spreads at Corresponding Reductions. Also
French Hand-made Cluny Lace Trimmed
Centre Pieces, at 2.60, 2.95, 3.75
Tea Cloths, . " 5.90, 7.50, 9.75
Dresser arid Buffet Scarfs. " 4.45, 5.25 6.75
A Special Importation of English Furniture
from two of the leading manufacturers is now beint; shown, includ
ing Old English Hand Carved Chairs, Tables, Settees, Etc. , also
from the celebrated maker, Birch of London, a choice selection of
Morocco Leather Easy and Reading Chairs for the Living Room
Particular attention b also directed to the large assortment of Dis
tinctive Reproduction Furniture, including the Various Periods,
Elizabethan, Jacobean, William and Mary, Sheraton, Chippendale,
Heppelwhite, Adams and others, all of which is on sale at Very
Bedroom Suites, designed and executed by America's fore
most makers, in Solid Mahogany, Circassian Walnut and Enamel,
Ranging in price from 155. 00 to' 1480.00
Dining Room Suites,
in all the finest woods and finishes.
Ranging in price from 245.00 to 2500.00
Library Suites and Separate Pieces, including
Secretaries, Book Cases, Desks, Tables and Chairs, also an ex
ceptionally large collection of Art Furniture.
For To-morrow, an Exceptional Offering of
Solid .Mahogany Sewing Tables,.
Drop Leaf, Value lS.50, at 11.50
in Tapestry, Mahogany Frame, Value $32.50, at 19.00
Colonial Chair or Rocker,
in Denim, Mahogany Frame, Value $22.50, at 17.F0
Early English Oak Buffets. fn m 3J.OO to 6.-.00
Values from tA2.$o to 85.00
Golden Oak Buffets, from 18.00 to 62.50
Values from $22.50 to 75.00
Mahogany Bedroom Suites, from 15f .0D to 34.;. 00
Formerly from 202.5o to 465.00
Weft 23d and 22i Streets
At Sixth Avenue
STORE FOR WOMEN
I No One Thought It Possible
Exquisite Evening Gowns at 14.50
Nn not even d:d VI think M possible to produce decollete evenint gowns
(or $12.50 until we fourul i clever dressmaker with the ability to create uiusui
and distinctive models, for our price, providing we furnished the materials
and trimmings and kept her busy. And the gowns are here now. You should
see the'se harmonious symphonies of silk chiffon, laces and nets, gracefully
combined with shadow laces in draped tunic and accordion effects, hand
embroidered, embel ished with crystal and bugle beads, touched with dainty
Chiffon flowers. In all the French colors, including blue, pink, white and maize.
The Highest Achievement in Beautiful,
Stylish $5 Shoes and Slippers
The "IVhhert" $5 Slippers
Three considerations guided us in bringing out the new "Wichert" Shoes
and slippers for women. We wished to provide:
(l.) The best 5 Shoes and Slippers for women.
(2.) Always and exclusively identified with MAHLERS Shoe Store.
(J.) Always to be had, thereby making it always possible tor a woman
r to be sure of finding her regular size, in style of shoe that she has grown
I? to like.
-i -. r .hn., anI an amial number In vlinnara to fhonaa
i litre arc . j a, j i v.i --i - r i -
from in every conceivable leather and material and for every occasion.
50c Turkish Slippers for . . . 19c
Made of soft pliable leathers. Urge pompon and beaded in gold or silver.
In red, brown, tan. blue, and many other shades.
$2.50 and $3 IOC
Made of white French coutll s
variety of good models with the
A Glorious Array
of the Season's
500 Velvet Hats
The very newest effects In
Tarn O'Shanters, sailors bound
with gros grain ribbon and a
hundred other styles.
Austrian Velour Hats
Our own importation of these
most popular hats in the very
newest shapes navy blue,
brown, black, green, rid rose.
When shapes and trimmings
are bought in this store the
hat will be trimmed without ex
tra charge In anv style des!red.
Dalteataly dainty nlKht;owna of
nalnaiink nnd linllat daao vok. and
rftav?. of "luny lace bn. k .nil front,
u'.liera with Val. la.-- and blind m
broldtryi Bmplr and kimono i iodela.
new low bust and long hips.
Don't Fail to Vialt Our
: M'w'cM.aiMtJ... t-jf '-.Kjmsmm.i
"KrUrt OooUa far Ihr Ham. Mon.y or the
"Meet Me txi the fountain
Barn Gooda for l.m Monar Than MaaajlM
ACit in Itself
GREEN UUT-SIEeEL COOPER 0.
4. te.GREENHUT, Pres.
18 to I9 Street
Test One of Our
For Thirty Days
Here9 $i an ExceDtionallu Meritorious
This offer is one that mu9t and will appeal to
(.very person who, loving music, still has a
We will Send to Your Residence
Any One of Our Beautiful Player
Pianos on 30 Days' Free Trial.
Test it in any way you please. Let every
irember of the family try it. Bring your friends,
v,ho may be musical experts, to see it and hear it.
Then, if you are satisfied to keep the player-
Yam mflv nav for it on our
waaj E Mill
"easy payment plan" m
(and vou nifty have three years' lime in which iV
to puy, and NO INTEREST or extra charges.)
YOUR SOLE EXPENSE is the purchase of
the lew records needed to try out the instrument
in your home.
Caldwell Player-Piano at '375
Wolfner Player-Piano at '450
Kirch hoff Player-Piano at '525
in Y W--m. aaaaaal BaBBBaT ? I laaVSaV. Tl
111 aaraaaaaaaBaaaaaaT SmfeBBaBBT3 Ifa . ' m--j
Ludwig Player-Piano at '575
McPhail Player-Piano at 750
Boardman & Gray Player-Piano at '800
Remember there is no further obligation added to this offering. If at the expiration of
30 df.yi vou feel that you may do better elsewhere, we will send for our piano, without any
further expense to you. (MAM Bumim, rountyiaor.)
For Details of an Amazing Sale of
Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Fall and Winter
Suits, Coats and Dresses
See Our Large Advertisement on Page S of This Paper
,A8k for aW Green Trading Stamps We Give Them,
Enthusiasm Hasn't Abated a Moment
Since the Doors of This New-Old Store Opened Monday,
and We Propose to Keep It Up with Unparalleled Offerings
"Everything for women to wear and for personal i:se" in a store devoted exclusively to women.
Six months ago a vague ideal, to-day a well shaped realization and one that has already won the
hearts and mirkls of thousands of women, though but two days old. Women come here singly, in pairs
and In parties curious at first, then gratified and pleased. As one woman expressed on our NEGLI
GEE PLOOR1 "It is the first time in my life that I have been able to select my lingerie, in a big
More, free from jostling, surrounded by women ONLY, and in an atmosphere as refined and private as
my own home." She caught the true spirit of this STORE FOR WOMEN.
Read This News of Brilliant Introductory Values:
IT MAKES flTTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED A WORLD AD. WILL GO AND GET IT.