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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1012.
INSANE SON KILLS
'AGED FATHER WHO
UNTIES HIS BONDSI $39,1 20 TO-DAY
Steals Gun, Shoots Doctor and
Holds Up Automobilists
Fine Progress Made in the Col
lection for Bcnetit of Smith
Tot a whlli tn-riay In tho county tall
I Newtmrs;, Robert Gors regain Ms
reason. He wan overwhelmed with dls
tresa when he knew that while Insane
yesterday ha ahot and killed his father,
lr. Charles A. Oorse, after the old man
had IIMened to his pleading and cut
looa the bonda In which ha hud been
'Ifow I came to do It I have no Idea."
ha atd. -I only remember that a desire
to kill oame over me ami I supivuae
father wan the drat person I aaw. It
wjuld have been the same had I met
Oorse, who la twenty-four, an athleTlo;
tnuaflulftf chap, recently released from
iin aaylum, went suddenly mail on his
father's farm at Me.u!o busok, Orange
County. Ho became violent and was
liotind hal an.l f.iot by farmhands. He !
btfffaa o be set .'re", saying he was I
OMy mr.nl by favtr. HU father wished'
to release him, bill his mother, his elder I
bmt'iT, ''harleH, and bis sister, Mrs.
Ixitta, objected, knowing be was duti
gerous. County Judge Seruer went over from
Newbiirg and committed the young man
to Uldilleliiwn AS) i'im. While, left alone
with bis sun, Dr. Oorte. who was seventy
ears old, cut the ropes and Hubert
apparently ucnt to ilSSP,
Hardly had Or. OOfSt left his son's
room srhen Hubert leSPaS from a w.n-
dow and ran to the BOBS of William I
Kenny. He climbed Into the house b
a window and, finding a slictun, !
leaped out with It
Oorse en-aked toward Ms father's
home, entered tnPOUsTt) a rear door and
went to the uflice. Or. itarse waa bend
ing over a table when his son entered
the rooan and ecreanud:
"Now I've got you!"
As the madman slmd the gun Dr.
Oorse tried to swing around In h.s ohalr,
but both barrels w ri dla.-uarexl and J
he fell, ahot In the back, and died in- I
Tbe Insane man turned and ran from j
ma aouae. as ne i like noma of
'rank Henderson he aimed the gun at
toe windows and snajipcd tbe triggers,
tban ran on.
The Hendersons telephoned Sergt.
Nolan of the Aqueduct ; I ;.. at Vails
gate, who sent twenty-live men on the
trail of the asssilao Automobtlista asune
aclng toward Newburg.i, a: .n- Uiey
had been held up by a man with a shot
gun. The driver of a ft.'.i wagon was held
up. When ha saw the sun waa not load
ed he leaped rrom liU wagon and ueat
Oorse with his whip tlU tne latter fled
to the Woods There I'oliceman Lowo
captured him after a hard fight.
Staten Islanders hurrying for the
lis. I bM presrn nt tbe Hiaten Island
Acad my gymnasium lust nltht wh-n
the OOfBBTlttea met Hi..! mile their ri
li'irt, shutting what had been dune In
IWO 'lavs, and If tuey Mil :in enthusi
asm with which the Mllaeiors started
out to double the first goal el IISMW I"
the ten days remaining, every one would
realise that the crocks will probably
0 round more than the figures on the
dial call for.
Hardy has any charitable sfltefpnst
met with such a swift respnn.e On
Hmlth Infirmary falls the heaviest bur-1
den of earing for Staten Island patient.
The city psys for only the absolutely
needy end Smith Inflrmarv treats every
one regardless. That accounts for the
;en,rsi debt end also for the energy of
the men who have set out to help the
hospital Smith Infirmary wants a mo-
tor ambulance to travel tbe sixteen
miles to TiH.envllle shipyards, where;
there are many accidents, snd the ho.i- i
nital also wants several enlargements
WENT HUNTING TROUBLE
AND FOUND IT A-PLENTY.
Reynolds, Jealous, Decide.l to ('loan
Out Rathskeller and (iets
When, w.lh a broken nose, two b'n -k
eyes, two teeth m.sslbg and a far
mussel up M0fSf!i ilorg lleynolds
wss pil ed the alcoholic ward at
Bolus TIM nt.tKxci.ug under a load that
would have flouted a warship, he mur
mured to the doctor. "Take It from me.
old man, never annuunce you're go'ng
to do a thing; do It." Then be fell
Henyolds Is twenty-seven, a clerk l!v-
n at No. ss OVMM street. Rrooklyn
His wife, who Is ouno and pretty,
sings at a rat k.- ! at Twenty-fourth
street and ri.ith avenue, Manhattan,
and lleynolds did not like the attentlota
POle! her. Having botight a little Duto.i
courage, he eent early to-dav to the
KlMM lllai and SMOWMS4 he was going
to "clean tilings u.i." The nest minute
lie was In tlx- street liadiy In need of a
Patrolman Honjamn Hmlth found Rey
nolds wrestling with a pile of cobble-s'om-a
and pried him louse, though he
OJoMOMOd the mlddltf finger of his right
band doing It.
To-day la the first day of registra
tion. If yon do n reglater yon can
not vote. asfletratloa boo tag will
at 7 A. Is. and close at 10 r. M.
CLAIM LOST ESTATE.
James Allen Parr of Metuehen. N. .T ,
and Mrs. Mia Harr Itlrharda of Jersey
isty appeared yesterday before Su
preme Court Justice Stapleton of Hrnok
lyn a claimants to the esta.a of their
remain, John Harr, who died ten years
ago at Isllp, t T.
Harr left no will and no relatives
could be found among whom to dis
tribute his estate of ".'" The 1'ubllo
Administrator of Suffolk I 'aunty distri
buted tit.Om of the estate In the ordinary
way, the larger part of It going to the
Htate. The balance conslata of property
laat year tMe real estate waa adver
tised to be sold for taavs.
We head off competition by get
ting ahead in style and quality.
If you give us your head as a test
we can soon convince you with
Derbies and Soft
Hats, $3 fit $4.
''" "t Hmarinor
h4f IW I .
fWfl 1'. . .
Onlt M.-rr oti
Ofil HrVtsTtTrl Bt
It ninkc little dlfferonce whnt you need -a World "Wont" will go got
ferry to-day saw with amazement that i to meet the Increasing demands on n.
the seven big clocks, used to tell the , Staten Island seems to think the hospl-
progress of a race aga.n.t XVr, dltldrf Into corn
time In the collection of 10n,OO or more f n Bnrt ,,,, , rar,i.
for Smith Infirmary, had lumped for-1 liidOPOd" last night Company X. under
ward thirteen minutes since yesterday I rVrdlnand C. Townsend, led the aub
snd on this, the second day of the I acrlptlons with IMA To-morrow eve
race, registered gWjtM. fllnee every I nlng the acore will be announced again
minu'e represents t.'1 for reluclng ami m Saturday 1 women start Into
the !. doflclt of smith Mtrmon.. ttlfswM rlwj, ortjOBtOfO. J
.... , . . on the women will meet at noon, when
contracts In caring for the free pa- Vloeka will be advanced, snd again
tlenta whom the city will not pay for. I , ngh the men report, and the hand
evwy Islander knew that In twenty- wlll (ravnl over the dial spelling out
four hours the men collecting all over fl.noo a minute for the benefit of an
the Island had raised in.OOU. If they institution which benefits Staten Island.
TheJr Great Essentials
No matter how nourishing a food
may be it must taste good. If it
doesn't, it won't coax the digestive juices into action; and
if it doesn't do that the nourishment in the food will pass
through the body unassimilated.
No matter how nourish
ing a food may be, if it re
quires cooking it must be properly cooked. Cooking
brings about chemical changes, without the aid of which
the digestive juices cannot perform their task.
H-O Oatmeal is tempting in tmmte. The full flavor of the
oats is brought out by our process of cooking in sealed cookers.
H-O Oatmeal is always properly cooked in 20 minutes. We
cook it over 2 hours at the mill before you get it.
Therefore, you always have in H-O Oatmeal the two great
essentials of food.
Tomorrow make your breakfast H-O.
the only steam
The H-O Company. Buffdlo.N.Y
Makers of rrO. ore e. rt W Presto.
35s" Black 8th Av. 36
ed Enameled Steel Bed
Strikingly pretty new dV-
:in. Continuous pots fanry
Newark, A. J., Store, 49 and SI Market
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
1 ftjt m A a
I r' in. ii tr. i r-i I
H7 1 ir"" ff 1 1 It i orns-
One Dollar for a Complete Room Outfit!
1 KJ?2J l
3 tin r d ii or I
PAY ONE DOLLAR. Salect anything
you need to furniali a room com
pletely and we will deliver tl-e goods
promptly to your home, and YOU
CAN PAY THE BALANCE IN SMALL
WEEKLY PAYM1 NTS. This is
atraight, bona fide chance for you
to get everything you want to furn
ish n rrioin completely by paying
ONE DOLLAR NOW and the baluncr
in small wecklv payments.
lUOUR CU91UMCK8 I I his o
far is good for you, too, whether
vour account: instill open or if you
have cloied it bring one dollar
d select vhatcer you need.
ACCOUNTS OPENED FHOM
$5 TT) $1,000
ON SMALL WrXKLY PAYMFNTS.
No Club Fees No Red
Tape No Strinfi Is
this Offer No Litre
Charges el Any Kind.
Any advertised article may be in
cluded in your outfit or you can
open an account by buying a single
advertised article at the advertised
prico WITHOUT ANY EXTRA
CHARGE OF ANY KIND.
We Give Free Insurance
n caaa of the death of the wage
earner of your family wa will at
once rive a receipted bill in
full of your account.
"Palace" Go-Carts, 5.95
1 vias Radiators1 9
RVVff Rftitlatur In th
hull- f nt trrinrntluua
I I ! 1.75
1 II I 2.25 ,
Iftiiol i'ltcc. Bf,T0 '
(Jjl.OUi Mi Mi, k;!.m. j
s t ruction;
g r t e n or
I ea t her
ette. W h e ala
i 1 1 v a. j
$20 Energy Range, 12.95
Hullt of filrn h
"I U?l trtuillli'U hi nim lurK
Hlf top Mflti umcNi .-in! On If. IIkm
ill ' lire liia, littrim w txttl or il
nil Is mtl "t niiHiiili m iii I .-'lsiiii'.T.
Wc K'lurum. . i i r i ! r i 1 1 1 -mini:
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Ini' Inl of brut triitlr tr I i
nil iirtL leb lurf Im-1 UMiiullr
.'iitl for HI. .ii tH ontMillM I
in. .. aftw I purlU knlfi. t
netl fork. I r. I il.-.urr.
Innr, 1 ri'l.n tiirm r. r-a-
7. I ru II man ITsiti B
SI Cm Hstor7l I
k aofla.st s
a oc -iv u $, so . .
J.aJ ?i $3.95
i - i MM . J
MlakeJ trt n-
itOV.I :i il'-nl
nt rrslrl ee
ulth druo a.li
I lea;y tires,
h o I s t e'red.
Broadway at 34th Street
The young woman who buys apparel at
these prices tomorrow will be
getting wonderful values
f There is seldom any dearth of attractive prices for apparel in the
New York shops. But arc all of them really attractive? Will they
all stand the three-fold test of quality, workmanship and style?
That is the question- though it has never yet failed of a satisfactory
answer at Saks'. The garments in tomorrow's sale, unusual values
that they are, fulfil the three qualifications mentioned. Fabrics
in the newest designs and of irreproachable quality, workmanship
that is faultless in execution and finish, and a range of styles that
embraces the latest creations of Fashion's hour. Second floor.
value 35.00 to
Made of imccrted broadcloth, eromle,
Misses' Tailored Suits ( OC fif
39.50 t i
Bedford cord, wool velour and mcn'i
wear serde, in fancy tailored models. Lined and interlined with peau de cygne
or Skinner satin. Sizes 14 to 18 years.
Misses' Dressy Coats q ca
value 29.50 special at? WW
Made of imported plain or two tone Boucle clcth, In navy, gray, brown and black.
Five full length models to choose from. Sizes 14 to 18 years.
Misses' Chinchilla Coats ' lone
value 19.50 special at I TIP
Full length button-to-neck models. Made of navy, gray and brown chinchilla,
with large patch pockets. Sizes 14 to 18 years.
Misses' Street Dresses 1 1 e
value 22.50 special at) lu,gv
Made of Bedford cord, men's wear serge, corduroy and velveteen. In navy,
ruby, taupe, brown and black. Ten distinctive models. Sixes 14 to 18 years.
Girls' Chinchilla Coats (q 7c
value 16.50 special at I
Full length belted button-tc-neck models, made of imported chinchilla, in navy,
gray end brcv : 1, L.r.eci trrcugnout wnn piaia worsted. Sizes 8 to 16 years.
Girls' Fall Coats jene
value 9.75. .special at f ''
Full length plain tailored and Norfolk models. Made of all wool cheviot and
fancy tweeds, la navy, gray and brown. Lined throughout. Sizes 8 to 16 years.
Girls' Street Dresses i y q-
value 3.95 special at -&70
Made of impencJ plain or fancy repp, elaborately trimmed with handsome
embroidery, in lij ht blue, pink and white. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
Saturday, Oct. 12th, extraordinary offerings in
Women's Suits. Coats & Dresses
at prices much below regular
Our Women's Department has built up its reputa
tion by catering to those women who demand
stylish apparel but decline to pay prohibitive prices.
300 Women's Fancy Tailored Suits t 99 50
usually 39.50 to 45.00 Saturday special at )
reproducing a dozen new Paris models wondeis of value.
Made of wide and narrow wale cheviots, enmel hair cloth, zibeline
and men's-wcar hard-twisted serges. Semi and fancy tailored models,
elaborately braided or trimmed with satin and velvet. Plat or high
Robespierre collar, or hand-turned collar and revers. Straight line
or draped skirts, with high waist lines, trimmed to match coats. In
black, navv. taucc. brown and dray. Lardc & small sizes. Fourth tUmt
Women's Coats he
value 25.00 at 1D-UU
Three-quarter and full length models.
Lined all through. With low collar or
buttoned effect. Semi-fitting backs.
Collar and cuffs of broadcloth. Rough
chinchilla and cheviots, in all colors.
Women's Wraps ) jq
value 39.00 at I AO.UU
Made of fine brocaded satin. Seven
eighth cutaway effect, draped in front,
and fastened far to side with hand
made brnided ornament. Edges trim
med with wide marabou trimming.
Lined and interlined with peau de
cygne in black, helio, white, taupe,
pink, light blue, gold and lavender.
value 35.00 at
Imported garments, made in London
and Berlin, and exclusive with Saks'.
For touring and rough weather wear.
Mixtures and stripes, mannishand fancy
models. Patch pockets and new sleeves.
value 39.50 at
Made of lustrous broadcloth, and rough
or pebbled cheviots, in black or navy
blue. Lined entire. Long shawl collar
or square cut revers, as well as cuffs,
trimmed with wide braid velvet or
Astrachan cloth. Garment buttons to
side with hand made frog. Some cut
away, others straight line models.
These Ostrich Trimmed Hats at
Ten Dollars would be good
value at twice as much
J More and more women Hock every Sat
urday morning to our millinery salons to
take advantage of our remarkable offerings
of trimmed hats at ten dollars; and although
there have been several ineffectual attempts
to duplicate these values elsewhere, so far
none of them has threatened the popularity
of this weekly offering of ours.
1 This Saturday's sale is composed of Tarn
O'Shanter effects which are the newest vogue
in Paris; also a half-dozen medium size
shapes, in the finest quality of hatters' plush.
All trimmed with cstrich plumes or ostrich
fancies, in artistic designs, and with that
consummate art uhich, after all, is the chief
factor in the success cf a hat.
Women's Charmeuse Dresses ' 1 q en
values 25.00 & 29.50 Saturday special at
These frocks are for street, ofternoon and dinner wear. A number of smart
styles, duplicating the latest Paris ideas. Draped or plain skirts, with high waist
lines, waists effectively trimmed. Vcetees of tucked net and satin. Plat
Robespierre collar of net, satin and lingerie. Some of the collars have lace jabots.
In black, navy, taupe, brown, blue, Copenhagen and white.
Women's Separate Skirts I qqc
values 5.00 & 6.00 Saturday special at
Walking skirts, straight line models, with pleated backs. High bodice. Serges
and mixtures in plain black or navy and all the new mixture effects.
2,400 pairs Women's Black Silk
Dollar Hose to be offered
tomorrow at 65c
If our reputation for good values rested on
this value alone it would be safe.
I The woman who has learned from experience
to depend upon Saks' for good hose values
will have further proof of our ability in this
direction tomorrow. The hose in this sale
was bought a few days ago on very favorable
terms, and every pair is a wonderful pur
chase at the special price of sixty-five cents.
I Made of black ingrain silk, with lisle double
tops and soles, high spliced heels and four
thread toes. Full fashioned as to leg and
foot. Good weight silk, rich in lustre.
Values that no woman should miss.
500 dozen Woman's Gloves at an
actual saving of forty cents
on each pair
There has been some scurrying lately in
the glove market. Prices show an upward
tendency, owing to the increased cost of raw
materials. Despite this condition, however,
we have contrived to get hold of a special
lot of gloves at a big saving.
300 doz. Women's Suede Gloves 1 oe.
value 1.25. Saturday special at J
The finest imported German suede stock. A dressy
glove, in black, white, tan and mode. Two clasps
and filet plain silk back.
200 doz. Women's Cape Gloves a
value 1.50. Saturday special at j lelU
Made of imported Cape stock, pri seam sewn, spear
point back and one clasp. Also Cape gloves with
bracelet wrist. In white, black and tan.
Don't Forget This, Young Man
Saks Clothes Hold the Palm for Style
J Saks clothes for the young man go through the same processes
of manufacture as Saks clothes for men. They are just as fas
tidiously designed, just as accurately cut, just as finely tailored,
just as thoroughly finished, and not one whit less attractive as to
style. They do not make clothes any better anywhere they cannot,
and every day of our lives we are rolling up a bigger clientele among
the well-dressed young men of this city. Think it over.
I Meanwhile, here is a word or two about this season's styles. The
coats this Fall are very shapely, are rather inclined to be snug, and
the waistcoats button fairly high. Made on the English negligee
lines, and shown in a wide range of fabrics and colorings. Ages
14 to 20. Sizes 30 to 36 Prices 15.00 to 23.00
Two very special sales in
Dress and School Hats
for Misses and Girls
Misses' Corduroy Hats, in large
Tyrolean shap-s, with fancy feathers.
Made in nil colors and combinations.
Suitable for ages 10 to 16 years.
Value 4.50 Saturda. special at
Gtrlt' Hat, in Continental mode!.
Made of soft rcratch fc!t, uith fancy
feathers and velvet ribbon bows. Black,
brown and navy and combinations. 8 to
16 years. Value 6.00. special at
At prices like these. Boys' Clothes are a
source of economy and not expense
Boys' Suits . . value 10.95 Saturday at 8.50
Pine quality all ool cheviots, in gray and brown mixtures. Norfolk and double
breasted models, with extra pair of knickerbockers. Patch pockets. 8 to 1 8 years.
Boys' Suits value 8.00 Saturday at 5.95
With extra pair of knickerbockers. Made in Norfolk and double breasted
models. All wool cheviots, in gray, brown and blue mixtures. 8 to 18 years.
Boys' Overcoats. . . .value 15.00. . . .Saturday at 11.50
Made of chinchilla, in light and dark gray, and navy blue. Pull length, double
breasted models, with convertible collar, and full belt all around. Check
worsted lining and yoke and sleeves serge lined. Ages 6 to 13 years.
Children's Overcoats. . . .very special at 5.95
Made of all wool-chinchilla, in blue, light and dark gray. Velvet collar, buttoned
to neck. All wool flannel lined throughout. 3 to 10 years.
The reductions in this sale of
Youths' and Boys' Shoes are
I Every pair of shoes in this offering has
been taken from our regular stock and re
duced specially for this sale tomorrow.
The leathers are gun metal calf and patent
leather, in a Blucher lace model which is
made on a new orthopedic last.
Sizes 11 to 13H. value 2.50 special at 1.85
Sizes 1 to 5' 2 value 3.00. special at 2.35
Specials in Underwear for Youths
and Boys, and in Gloves for
Boys and Girls
Root's Tivoli Underwear, for youths
and boys, made of gray merino, in full
sices. Silk taped neck, Sizes 26 to i .
Value 1. 00 special at
Boys' and Girls' Washable Gloves,
made of tan and white Cape, with spear
back. Can be washed with soap and
water and will keep as soft as when new.
Sizes 0 to 7. Saturday special at
; - nils.