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TRUSTY SKIPS JAIL
IN NEW HAVEN WITH
THE WARDEN'S CAR
OToole Takes a Long Spin,
on Orders, and New Auto
Is Found Here.
KBW HA VAX, Conn., Oct. M.-Wlth
the peaceful departure of Trusty Tim
othy O'Toola In Warden Charles Dono-
hsH'S n TOO mntunmSlv-, funny folte
wh think they V" 'mart now refer to
the fount Jell at New Haven is the
In IH owb peculiar way the New Ha
ven orison I the most famous Jail In
New Knaland. No other jail In this par.
of the country falle K auocenfu'iv o
tietatn lt prisoners their allotted time.
O'Toole's escape followed the disap
pearance three week an of five Jail
gnt'.'l. They carried with them every
thing: In the furniture factory except a
fen' unfinished chain.
Warden Donohue ha been In charge
for two montha. He found O'Toole
hewing" a six montha' smtence for
lurf!sry. Some bad person In New
York ha.l taught it to him. But O'Toole
rue to vcM behaved and fitted In to
well with the warden's Idea of the
rule of klndneaa that when the new
Donohue car arrived ten daya aso
OToole ni mado Its chauffeur, that
having been hla specialty on the out-'
Warden Donohue went to Boston t.)
ee the Bed s .x piny. As he left the
oar at the railroad" statlrm O'Toole men
tinned that the enclne was working
Well," aald the warden, "then go for
The cr was found In New York lat
nlsht at a West Twenty-aeveir.h street
AGED MISS FURNISS GIVES
SIXTH CATHEDRAL CHAPEL
Daughter of William Ponsonby
Funiiss Offers Sl5o,ooo to
St. John the Divine.
In memory of Iter parents. Miss Clem
entina 1'urnias, who ts now In her
t;ght-flrt year, has given $1M,00O en
build a chapel at the Cathedral of Kt.
John the Divine. The chapel will form
th alxih of the "rlcven (.'Impels of the
Tonitii'S." two of whl"h are completed
and three In C&Ufaa of erection. Miss
rur)iga 'a titer, WltSRtn Piasuntay Witt
Rise, died worth IW.uOO.urm.
With her sister. Mrs. Margaret E.
Zlitl.TUrman. Vm KurnUa DCCUg4J the
uM Kurhlss ho ne at No. M Madison
avenue, spending the luminal at Lenox.
Ma.-s. Hhe has noillie.l Dean WIIBam
a!. Ofwraaof of the Cathedra! that the
chapel may cost as much M 1' neros'nry
Beyond the HM.OC
'I 'A9i other six e i is pels were given by
Ana ist Belnont. in memory of his llrst
wife. Mrs. Kdward King, for a daugh
ter: Mrs. Oeorge I-ockhurt Wives, for the
Whiting family; by htS stepsons for
Hlsnop Potter, and by Ml parishioners
for the Bev. William B. Huntington of
A tweet musical tone is the vital thing in a
piano and the special excellence of the Water s
Piano is their wonderfully sweet musical tone with
fine singing quality.
Waters Pianos differ from other standard pianos
in being higft-classed and not high-priced, also
in that easy terms of payments are offered without
Examine the Waters tone and quality and com
pare the Waters prices and terms and you will be
convinced that the Waters Piano or the Waters -Autola
player-piano is the best value and the most
attractive piano proposition possible.
Send postal for catalogue.
Horace Waters (Si Co.
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 191S.
t r a.a r il. o M.r aft eaai
Better uooatt tor tne name mutiny tr p
(MAIM Bull ling.
Mala Floor i
Meet Me -t the Fountain
If aeaV L
Same Goods for Less Money Than
a .. .
A City in fUelf
GREEN HUTSIB6EL COOPER 0.
l . B .OREENHUT, Pre.
!8to 19 StrU
Stamps FREE, Tomorrow
As many sets as are reasonably required for books unfilled will be given.
Distribution in Premium Parlor, Third Floor, GREENHUT Building Tomorrow.
Only 100 complimentary stamps good in any one book.
uaa to $1, at
value $4, at
134 Fifth Ave., near 18th Street.
127 West 4 2d St., near Broadway.
Harlem Branch (Open Evenings):
254 West 125th St., near 8th Ave.
ARMY MAN TRIES SUICIDE.
aia.hr. II. Throat War Jocular
aad Will Ute, It's Believed.
With hla throat cut within a frac
tion of an Inch of his Jugular vein, a
man described an Charles QUMUfc tor
ty-ive yrurs old, of No. 161 West
Fifteenth atreet, a retired army offi
cer, waa taken from that addreaa to
the New York Hospital to-day, a pris
oner on the charge of attempting sui
cide. Dr. Keith, of that Institution, re
ported that hope for his recovery had
practically been abandoned. At the
West Fifteenth street address all In
formation relative to Quneln was de-led.
Isn't it reasonable to sup
pose that we would not
and could not give one
half the space, year after
year, to advertising the
Brill Twenty, our famous
$20 Suits and Overcoats
if they were not so re
markably good so much
better than others at $20,
that they more than justify
it. See them yourself
you're as welcome when
you come to look' as
when you come to buy.
THE BRILL TWENTY $20
For Men and Young Men, .Ready-to-Wear
BROADWAY, at 49th St. 279 BROADWAY, near Chambers St.
47 CORTLANDT ST.. near GreSawich. 125th STREET, at 3d Ave.
UNION SQUARE, 14th Street, West of Broadway.
Harlem Store Open Evening
It makes little ditlerence what you. need a World Want will go get it.
Uleal Beprobucttons of &focff teto Patrt Wm
A coffee urn
from an old
LD Sheffield Plated Ware is sought
after not chiefly because it is old
but because it is good.
Our Reproductions of Sheffield Plate
are not old but just as good as the old, for
they are practically the same thing.
Fashioned precisely as though they
were of solid silver, finished with the same
care, and then heavily silver-coated.
Their appearance is that of Sterling
Silver, their prices are no higher than
those of ordinary electro plated ware.
Ve have some "Sheffield" Trays and
Salvers we should especially like you to see.
The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY, SUCCESSOR)
49-51 W. 34th Street, Through to 68-70 W. 35th Street, New Yor'.t.
Newest Fall and
Winter models in
Ready -to - Wear
Hats in an all
Thin will be the
week in our his
giving in this sale
is without a precedent.
Trimmed Hats at Special Prices
Trimmed Hats That Can
not Be Duplicated EUe
where for Less Than $r
$10 and $12, at
More than 500 hata for your
selection at this price. Every one
made in our workrooms. Many of
the hats are actual reproductions of
Exceptionally Smart Street Hats
Featured for ir
Tomorrow, at VD
In point of style they cannot be duplicated elsewhere
for less than $30. These hats represent the very acme
of beauty, and are wonderful values at the special
Hats That Compare Faror-
ably With $15 and fid
Grades of Other jry rn
Never before were smartness,
chic and novelty so happily com
bined at ao low a price. More
than 300 hats in this collection.
Ostrich-Trimmed Hats Sot
to Be Duplicatea
Elsewhere Under Ma
Stunning models In the new
''soft" effect. Also a remarkable
collection of other fashionable
Model Hats Specially Priced for
Copies of the very latest European fashions, express
tag the taste of the foremoat modistes. These hats
are principally trimmed with ostrich plumea and fancy
effects. These hats are equal to those priced $40 and
$50 in sn-called "specialty shops.
Untrimmed and Ready-to- Wear Millinery
$1.95 SUk Velvet Tarn-o'-Shantere
$2.95 Erect - Pile Pluh
$2.25 Lrecl-Pile Silk Velvet
v e I o u r
$1.95 Silk Plush $1 OP
Hoods at l.OO
$3.96 Black Silk Velvet
Drees Shape $ qsv
with plush edge J..7)
$1.95 lilack Silk Velvet
Dreaa Shapea $ J
$3.95 Keady-to-Wear Vtim-o'-Shantera
95c "Hanky Hanky" Hau
far Mirs and ff
C hildren -at UsCI
$1.95 Reversible flush and
Shepherd Plaid Cloth
Hata for Mlasee' Qf?
and Children at 79C
$1.95 and $2.95 Ready-to-
Large Fancy Effects, Wings,
Etc. -values to qq
$1.25; at OJ7C
$1.50 Black French qp
Curled Plumes 7C
Ostrich Plumes and Fancy Feathers
$2.95 Black Oh
$3.95 Black Os- $rt isP
trich Plumes j.e7t)
$4.85 Black Ob- $n fiP
Irlch Plumes U.UO
$5.95 Black (ln
$6.95 Black Oa
trlrh Plumea -
$2 05 Ostrich
(MAIN Building, First Floor.)
Samples of Artificial Flow
era values lo Q
5cj at sSsC
Fancy Ostrich Feather
Samples values QQ
Mt to Kite ;at. . . OiC
Bargain Basement Millinery Sale
Oddn and Kndh of Wings
Trimmed Hats cannot be dupli
cated elsewhere $Q A FT
under $5 and $6 ; at . iJ
$1.95 Bead) -to-Wear
$1.95 Heady -to-Wear
$1.95 and $2.95 Soil
values up to 75c ; pair. . ajC
29c Fancy Feathera
Come, Tomorrow, and Take Your Choice from These
Blue Serge uL Suits
A Small But Very Choice Lot From One of
the Best Tailors in Toun; $
20 to 25, at
Men and youths who appreciate quality and who
insist on best trimmings und flawless workmanship will
be among the first to buy these high-class suits. They
are in Fall and Winter weights lined with pure dye
Merveilleux silk 'guaranteed for two seasons wear).
Exactly 161 suits in this sale. They'll sell rapidly
at $15.75, so please come curly.
Also Several Hundred Handsome Suite) of finest worsteds,
cassimeres and cheviots in nearly one hundred
terns. Values to $25 on sale, tomorrow,
I hundred pat-
Men's and VouthN' Over
coats choice of mnre than
s il'oussndcciuts. New cor
rect and handsome moJcIs
in "fancies" as well as
blacks and Oxfords. All
sizes. Keeulsrly up $ -i t
to $:0; at tt
2C0 Slagrf'TestaVa Tan Rain
coats specially priceo for
this sale, lomor- SO O ft
row, at sS.OeJ
Doulile-Tcxlure Tan Kaln-
tonte;- military collars ; Bog
lish model:.; every coat
luaranteud; to- js (f
morrow, at J.J
"Kingly" Trousers -an un
limited showing of popular
patterns in striped worsteds,
all grades lor dress and
business wear. Every waist
measure to 54; regularly up
to $5; tomorrow,
: l Standard Blue All-Wool
M Standard Ail-Wool Black
ThlhetTrou tera $0 QA
tomorrow ,at, . ,
( ViMN liljlnr. nvond Floor )
GRBKNBUT BUILDING -
Beginning Tomorrow Morn big at 8.90
A Sensational Dispersal of (only 1,000) (.enuine
At Reduced Prices
triumph for The Big Store. fott
Everybody knows what the -
"Ostermoor" mattress is; buts'rf"
for. those who don't we will say
that it is the best substitute for
a first-class horse-hair mattress
on the market.
Now, the rest of the story
is told in the prices.
"Ostermoor" Mattress weighs 45 pounds; name $1 ff
woven in binding look for it; $18.50 sort ; tomorrow. atXfJ
I I I ''W
us pat nr.
"Ostermoor" Mattress with extra
thick French edge; Inseamed roll
edges, round corners; covered
with hesutihil art rwlll and satln
flnished ticking; full weight $0
pounds; $J0 sort; ton Cfl
Ostermoor" Ma I tress hotel artle;
covered with mercerixed rreaca
art twill; aofl and luxurious; round
corners with a tour-Inch Inseamed
bound edge border; fall weight 80
rounds; regular price $S Q fA
23.50; at lOJDV
(GRBBNHUT BuUdlat. TkM
Special Purchase and Sale
Renaissance and Marie
Antoinette Bed Sets
We secured this lot of fine lace bed sets at a remarkably
advantageous concession in price. This saving we shall share
with you, tomorrow.
The designs are new and particularly dainty, showing
large lace center motifs mounted on a heavy quality net.
worth every penny of $8.50. . ICT fA
On sale, tomorrow, at ftJv
COaEBNHUT Hulldlsf . Flsst Floor.)
Continuation of Our Great
Wilton Rug Sale
The rugs in this sale are of sterling standard qualify,
with a lustrous, silky surface. The range of patterns and
colorings is exceptionally good, including many new Oriental
SOU iiuvcuy wiw
Sal 2 .
Rou ir Prlos
.... 48.00 .
... 47.50 ..
. . $4 50
Sin a.fulsr Prlos
8 JxlO.6 45.00.
(GREENHUT Bulldlas. First Floor.)
Continuance, Tomorrow, of Our
Sale of Pianos
Extraordinary Values in Good, Reli
able, but Slightly-Used Instruments
All Weil-Known Makes and All
in Good Condition
Any Instrument Up
to $280 Will Be
Sold on Terms of
5 W 1
Up to $350
And we will take back any one of these pianos within one
year (players and player-pianos within six montha) and allow
you all you have paid on it toward the purchase of any of our
new instruments at a higher price.
Here Is the List Look It Oven
Kranich & Bscli
Hansing ft Scott $160
SI., hi inner 176
Pea .e 210
(MAIN Building, Fourth Plsor.)
Boot he 24$
Double jfrtfiGieen Trading Stamps Before 12 o'clock Single Stamps Thereafter