Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENIHtt WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1012.
DAUGHTERS ACCUSE EXPLOSIONS SPREAD
I nimii nr NUN MM HI If W men imp, mmi
i1" bVfBlif tj liqMiii Mm sera; "i every i
llre h- i:iv MPlMWMIA It nal llsel
ihurllnji nf ihi" M . spray vrtoleii ceeeaen
t;i" fatal burn la Larkm,
Potteertiai rfuuifflaudettef of ihi iU
Irri" ;:itl m. Manhattan, OK bl ,
i) Tr.-ir hi home wlwn llM f r
Pled .In-' nil M 4 paMlM ill
iMIetimanL H ran ihtougti the from
ofTk-r iii the rear an I h 'iil lilt thirty
t' T'itfti smployeae id imi Hit i J
Then lw i hii .ii Hie ) of tciinmit
MtMtdlng from No. Ilfi to No. I OA j
Houth rtmt wlnrt, liphiml the factory
mr tiic hail already spread t tha taut
Tiie pnUrenmn (irniuh: Mrs Jatle
Smith, ,i nalptcM Invalid wno !mi baan
ovari oine ! imokVi down from th at -onii
Hoof i t if "nee: hihi aeeteted
1 1 w
MOTHER OF TRYING
TU DESTROY HOMES
Declare She l ured One of
Them from I lusband and Of
fered Other S l,ooo to Leave.
13 HURT, ONE FATALLY:
Gasoline Supplies in Williams
bllfg Plant Ignited, Start
ing s.So.txx) Blaze.
a mother i a wreefcd "n daufthtar!
hnnie uml it t,. lUtt lh BtlMf
dauslit.r from ti r hueband of a rnnn'h
by an offrr if l.'i, in denounced by
her t. children m Juatlce Brady' pari
of the Sii rt ue CoUli to-day, w hen tha
dlvorca action or John D. Hurni aefclnet
his wife. Katharine-, area jailed for trial,
NelCi. r ilaiiKhtei- nor the moi.ier ai
i pea red In ROtlft, their sttnrony being
ra int- the i acord,
M" BttMia, Who WaM living With her
rnolher, Mr, Rnae Milton of X v ins
WanhinKton street. Mount Varnon, at
tr-e time of t ie 'nNei;!v;r alli-aeil hy
hr husband, ran la i confeaeton fir her
huibahd, in which ii- mi Id
't left my huahand of my own free
will ami arlthoui any oauae whataoavar
on my lutt. hut wholly upon the prom
isee antf' antlcamentn or my mother,
iiuee Milton, that aha would support
me. gtva roe .iii t' ( monai and draaiaii
f wanted and i.i "in e ma to I lahlona.
We young men. With whom I could hav.
a letter time tli in with my hgaband."
To corroborate Mrs, Burns's atata
menta the taatttnony of Mrs. Hose Slv
Iter. her sister, was offered. Mrs. fltv
iler Is nlftatei n ) ear old and live
with her htaaband, Oeorge, al No. 3"fi
vwst ntty.flftli .treat, Manhattan.
The BOUpl wete marrlad in May. 1911,
Mr., glvlter teatlflad ah hoard her
.mother tell her sister to leave "that
llttla runt. Iturna," and dime hack
home- Mrs. Slvlter also way she hearri
Dtr mother advise Mrs. Hums to
"throw the kid In an asylum, leave the
runt and coma hark where she could
have good times" with the mother a
gentlemen friend. The oh lid referred I
to is Vlnoant, two yr old, the fnilTlisa Fondle and
On man was fatally h.irind and
twelve other employee of the Kmplie
Dyeing and ( flaaSlng t ompaiiy s Inilht u
t Noa, :"."i-27 Uedford avenue, Wll"
llamaburgi were Injured to-ly. when
a aerlrs of explosions In the aasollre
lUPPllel spread flie tin nigh the work
and the fifheea In front.
Th" In.luree), who weie attended by
tungaong from th Raatan DWtHci Hos
Isiun- I.nrkln or No. : Suffolk street,
Manhattan ; burned over his entire body
and nut rnpectad to Uvai removed to
the isatarn Dtatrtot finspital.
Joseph Mauman. No. 6U South lacond
street; faee and l.amle burned.
Hyman Harnett. No. 340 I'nlon avenue,
Mm. Anna Klaul er. proprletrees of the
' establishment, slightly binned about
' teoa and hands.
withers who we'e Iti.iured were treated
i by the lioepltal aVl gSOHl and sent to
I their homes. Their name were not
', seeured by the POltC,
Ilnw the Are gtftrtad nobody ould A -termlne.
A heavy explosion was first
iieard from the storeroom where aas i
lln supplier r kept, and thl was fol-
7 V sanitary
over tKe tristles
z h. a
of Mr. and Mil Hums.
Mrs. siv'tcr states that a month af tar
her marriage, her mother ram,, to her
and told she would batter leu,- Hlalter
and return to Mt. VoiUWn. Mia Milton
.orfered "all aorts ol' Imlueetneiit" to
tparauada lor to abandon suiter, she
ays. one or (nam hemic a ftatniing
ar of LM any time she left him.
81 VI t ei- statis ahe is happily
married, that her mother was respon
sible for "breaking UP Kittle s home"
and that he "no longer harbors th..
Jave and respect for her mother, a
On the sworn statements of the two
daughters. Justice Brady granted an
interlocutory decree to Burns. The
fourt awarded custody of tho ctiild
ta the father.
Your Shaving Can
Be Easy Quick and Clean
OF all the men you know, the best-shaved are the
It is not merely that they are shaved velvet-smooth-
all the corners cleaned up, skin fresh and cool.
They are shaved more regularly, in three minutes
every morning they are always presentable.
This is the special claim of the Gillette to the atten
tion of every man who cares about his personal appearance.
You will find Gillette shaving easy quicker and
more practical. No fuss and bother no need for spe
cial deftness no litter of strops and hones no danger
When you see the and the
wordj "One Dollar" and 'The United
States of America" on a silver dollar,
i oi M c i r .i n( if dirt - u 1 1 tl
The HuB -Marie on ruhfer lootwear vt wuis ana straicnes.
to V'uwfis'sume ZtLVt And you will find the Gillette Shave with these 1912
Mbilitv for evcrv pair of Hub-Mark ' UUlette Olacles Specially lUXUTlOUS.
r . . . 1 f . . 4
for every coin
Standard First Quality
Boomer la Kunntl Itnsalim.
A man who save his name as !eorge
Alien rented a furnished room from
Mr. Henrietta Ountner, No. Jit Kast
Twenty-sixth street, yesterday at 4
o'clock In the afternoon, anil was found
dead there this morning, a suicide by value Mar on rubbers
hanging. The initials In his hut. "Q, D. V irwr deairr ennot aupptt ou. trrur
A.," bore out in part his Claim to the
name of "Oeorge Allen." but his coat
had the initials "11. R," stitched on an Bstsbllabad lien. Mai.IjHN. macb
Hub.Mark rubbsr ruotwear la mad for
men. mntiian. boys and fflrls. und for a'l
purposeM. It Is sold with the ussurnni'
that n iy pair that rails to make nnd
ihrnuffh rauli of ita own will be raplsccd
tiy ttia faetory. lllustratlena of various
styles of Hub Mark rubbers are appsarlna
In the slrt-st ears. I ne MtiD-.MsrK Is your
Boston Rubber Shoe Co.
Past sltd ruler N. V. Lodge B. I'.
O. K., one of the most widely known
Elks In America, says:
" Tuxedo has mad? it pos
sible for thousands of turn
to enjoy a pipe. Tuxedo
does not bite or burn and
tan be smoked all day long. ' '
Tuxedo will Win
Your Favor as
No other Tobacco
Tuxedo Tobacco has made
pipe -smoking popular among
the most prominent men in
America today leaders in the
various professions because it
makes pipe-smoking possible to
Well-known lawyers, doctors,
ministers, lecturers, actors, sing
ers, writers and others, testily
that Tuxedo Tobacco exerts a
soothing influence on their
throats, and affords them the
highest degree of enjoyment.
The Perfect Pipe Tobacco
Tuxedo cannot bite or sting
cannot irritate the mouth or
throat in the least. The mild,
tender, choicest Burley to
bacco exclusively used in Tux
edo, is so skillfully treated un
der the "Tuxedo process," that
it burns slow and coo, nnd re
tains all its mildness and natural
Tuxedo has a host of imita
tors. Hut there's only one
Tuxedo. Smoke the original
Cane Orey. famous sportsman and
author, sayt :
' ' Tuxedo is an idea camp
fire companion. It's the
sportsman's best tnend."
Convenient pouch inner-lined
paper . .
Famous green tin,
with gold lettering,
curved to fit pocket
You can buy Tuxedo everywhere
Adjust Your Gillette to Your
Beard, Your Skin, Your
Every man has some individ
uality of beard or skin that com
plicates his shaving.
The Gillette is the only razor
in the world Jt can be in
Bnntly adjusted for any type of
beard, for a sensitive skin, for
the kind of shave you like or
Adjust your Gillette to suit
All you need is a slight turn
of the screw handle, which ad
justs '.he position of the edge
with relation to the guard.
You can make the same ad
justment every time. No guess
work. No loose parts. No
wobble or vibration. No clips,
springs or cati.hcs.
Don'f Pui It Off Buy a
Ask your dealer.
The very next time ynu se o Oillett
in a store window go in and talk to tha
man about it.
Standard set, $3.00 everywhere.
Pocket editions, $5.00 to $6.00.
Travellers' and Tourists' sets, $C.0O
Gillette Blades, packets of sis 1 12
shaving edftes), 50 cents; nickel-plated
box of twelve (24 shaving edi;- I, $1.00.
For sal in 40,000 retail store la
every part of the habitat le i.lubc.
Safety () Razor
No Stropping. "iLGSiuiLaiS Wo Honing
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON
S.BAUMANN ft BHD
Fill Your Furniture Wants Now
By Our Liberal Credit Plan
In this way you can (rat AT ONCE whataver furniture you need.
Simply make a depoalt and tho furnltura will bo delivered to your
home, end whdo you are enjoying the uae of It you can pay tha bal
ance in convenient paymonto.
No Club Fees Required Best Credit System
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
Out-oi-Town Deliveries Made by Our Motor Trucks
17 Minutct from
lo A. & S.
Hoyt St. Direct.
Bra as Sfcsfaert wJ
Dad watt aaMfcaj ta
all Sakwsy Sta
All trains s
The Wonderful Bargains That Thursday Brings
In Just the Goods You Want
THURSDAY IS A CLEARANCE DAY HERE and it
brings most remarkable values in Rixxis th tt you need the
most. Makers send to us their surplus stocks and we add
them the remaining lots of sales we have had, bringing
prices down to the minimum tor quick disposal. All are
new fOOdt, this season's most wanted gtxids.
All day long the bargains will be spread before you
but of course it is best to come in the morning. Remem
ber that these are not goals made cheaply to sell cheap
but the regular, dependable goods for which this store Is
celebrated. Please take home small parcels wherever pos
sible and shop early if you can.
Women's Gloves for 69c a Pair
Three Specials at One Price
EVERY ONE A ( jKKAT VALUE.
Women's one-clasp Cape (.loves, English llnimb, flat embroid
ery tan shades.
Women's two-clasp silk Gloves, double finger tipped, sold every
where else at $1.00. Blade and white only.
Women's Motisquetaires, lb button chamoisette, white, gray and
pongee made by best maker, whose name is stamped on hem;
regular st.uo value.
All at 69c a Pair for Thursday
Maun flnm. Wtvt Onurt.
Smart White Voile Waists, $1.98
A REPRODUCTION of a $5.00 Waist, made with side tucking
and plaits, hemstitched vest effect with velvet ribbon drawn through
lace turnover at collar and cuffs; back and sleeves tucked to cor-
White Linen Tailored Waltb. $1.98
Hrmstlkhed front with touches f hsnd errrbroidry in florsl dssifn sad
clmtfr pin tucks, pesrl buttons Blick satin stock with pointed turnowr
long, sltevrs snd turnbsck culls. arwid n r. rmt. ootnu aatidiaa
vXt Hat Shapes, $1.95 and $2.95
VELVET, as every woman knows, is being employed more largely
than ever in the making of the new Hat Shapes, and, indeed, it is
becoming so scarce in the millinery world that it is hard to get a
shape ot velvet at such prices as we quote.
These are beautifully finished goods, the most desired shapes,
including Tarn o' Shanters. mm u,a, n, mm ami.,.
i 1 HURSDAY SPtCIAL. 1
6 Sterling Silver Teaspoons, $4.10
Instead of $5.6025 Reduction.
REMEMBER this is STERLING SILVER, and then think what
splendid gifts they would make either for a wedding or at Christmas
time and if yoti buy in this sale you are saving 1 1. 50 on six Tea
spoons or S2.25 on six Tablespoons. The ALTHEA pattern is grace
ful and exceptionally good floral design, heavy weight stock, rlc$,
gray finish. .
set of six Teaspoons for M.10 Instead of S5.60.
Set ol six Tshlspoont for 8.75 Instead of St t oo.
Set of six Table Forks for 18.75 Insteid of Sll.oo.
9utu n - Cratnl BJIHsf.
THURSDAY SPECIAL. I
Specials in Women's Coats, $17.05
AT REGULAR PRICES we know that these Costs are tower than similar
quality and s'.vle in any other store in Greater New York. They are claw,
new, adapted from models that bring far more in the original tnd with all the
smart touches that only the high grade Coat has And there are any number
of styles, so thatou need not fear too many women getting the ssme sort of
Cott. Full length, loose filing, some belted, others plain and some semi
fitted or with a suggestion of Empire back yet others In H length equally
stunning. Colors and black, all siies every Cost carefully selected for style
and fabric. Isssa nxr. m. otomi UuiMl.
1 HURaPAV aPECIAL,
cwTTea Cups and Saucers, 10c. Pr.
OVIDE SHAPE, handsomely decorated with large pink roses and
green foliage and gold edge. iw. sm rimu. -
cc' Coats, $2.98 and $3.98
DAY AFTER DAY this Uabywear Slre gives remarkable demon
strations of unusual value giving the reason for our supremacy is
plainly evidenced in offerings such as these.
s..,,! floor frost. Kast BiUMlns.
L THURSDAY SPKCIAL,
Women's Corduroy Skirts, $4.50
Values $6.50 to $8.00
in straignt tailored style,
navy blue, brown, whita,
OF EXCELLENT quality corduroy,
fastened at side of front; the colors are
plum and black.
That corduroy is to be more popular than ever this season is
evidenced by the employment of it largely in the making of Suits and
Skirts. It's a durable, excellent weight Fall and early Winter material,
and most every woman realizes its great utility.
s.uu,l f.'-" cntr.. OwitnJ Kiilta!.
Women's Special Shoes at $2.50
PATENT LEATHER and gun metal calfskin, button models, with black cloth
ami lull kid tops; also the same leather in blucher lace styles, with dull kid
tups. All have welted and sti'.ched soles, made over medium round tot li.ts.
with short forepart, high srch models, Cuban heels.
fWws floor al MulMlns
1 HUHbfJAY SPECIAL.
$4.00 to $8.00 Curtains, $1.79,
$2.79, $3.79 Pair
SOI. 10 COLOR and imported Scotch Madras Curtains.
IOiOUO ytrdi ot colored ligured Curtain Scrim and colored Lacev values
2i , toe. and 15c, at 18c, a yard. Ttnra tw. Osanal RattUsi,
Carvers and Forks, 40c Pr.
Landers, Frary & Clark Cutlery ;
A FANCY shaped blade Carving Knife, blade of guaranteed steal
and a well made dutih'e prong Fork. The handles are of hard sub
stance and the Knife and Fork will last a long while and prove most
satisfactory. At 49c a pair it is a wonderful bargain.
Bnbwsi fi.mr. Km! BuIMUM. .
I HUHSOAY 6PCCIAL.
$9 wAJi, Scarlet Blankets, $6.98 Pr.
PINE QUALITY, STRICTLY ALL WOOL, full size scarlat
Dlankets, H9.oo kind, at $6.98 a pair.
Extra huge size, 8(xf)o inches, all wool white Blankets, the $15.00
kind, at $10.80 a pair. ft,lr Wnt ;
Women's Sample Stockings, lOcPr.
25- to 38c. Values. This lot consists of black lace lisle; some embroidered
lisles some silk lisle, plain, In black and white Not in buses, but In bundles
lust is they come from the importers' trunks-, all full fashioned and full regu
lar nu-te. ,ln " tomt. rmttml Butlslns.
Men's ShKtr Sweaters, $2.75
WITH Till: RUFF Nfc'CK collar, in the favorite gray color; an
unusual Coat Sweater offering, (jood quality yarn and well made,
Slila floor (root. Bast BuUdlaf.
3 5 aSSa
$2.98 Gas Lamps at $2.45.
COMPLETE with all attachments and 10-inch f -sir-panel
,-itheilral art gUss shade and four-panel glass crown; in
j'iber or green; bead Innge to match
' ' C MSVil floor l-nitrml II ilHlrn.
I MUKjDAY SPECIAL. J
$1.25 Black Jersey Tops, 89c. Pc.
IERSEY TOPS that en made to sell at It 25 will be
the l ining Store's leader al SWc. apiece.
Kimnmtl Ol Satin and Venet.an Coat Linings, values
49e snd y.'C, at 38c. and 45c a yard. Limited Ousntity.
alsi riooe, iMr. r.utmi iiuiitiim.
1 1 HUH jLAi SPECIAL.
Men's 20c. to 35 c. Half
LISLE THREAD and cotton
Halt Hose, in fancy strij.es and
plaids, embroidered Ffuiat and
side clock full fashion. d niid
Hal n . um s 41 tins
tt-lln-r I'Hrlor Baltfl 1 BUIU. 'l - " rtra lirsvr msliosiuiv flnKlir.1
fruinr.. ,i., rt, tiiutii, rciuin-ii. rittni itii ioo raalMi of paaa
n oliuir i. In. in rafdf nml lUM1)' in.l' In luili-.lri'i tllilr -in n
rl : H. 1 1 1 1 1 . I ril I r. I I ,ttlir l". (
Value 116, al $1 1.50 Value 111, al $17.98
8,3x10.6, 4'ir no Hi.fisl.l.fi.
iiluc SIS. at J) IJ.ivO , nine U3,l
THURSDAY SPECIAL. 1
Women's 25c Underwear, 19c
WHITE fleece lined llndervests, long sleeves; ankle
Drawer-,, rreih.li band SliUfht imperfections.
M.in f ar, IfSaS, 'nLr.l tlnll'lins
1 HURSDAY SPECIAL
$1.00 House Dresses, 85c
OF CAMBRIC, gingham and
chambriy, several models.
SeionH Boor MBJf rlgi. rVnlr.l H it .Iids
! THURSDAY SPECIAL.
Towels, 6c and 18c each
SMALL PPICES, ndeed, to pay lor gnod Towels.
Qood quality bleached cotton hemmed lluck Toivels,
Heavy all linen large sue hemmed Muck Towels, with
pretty red bordirl) exceptional value at 18c. each
St. n (."-. ntr. tut ii. ..i.i.
Hi ' . -CAY SPECIAL. I
Hemstitched Sheets at
HK.AVY BLLACHLU Musl.n Sheets,
aHxlia' yards Sues before hem
ming 18c Hemmed Pillow Cases. 14c Each
Heivy Bleached Muslin 'lllow
(ases, SSx.tfj inches, made from
Standard I'tica Mills Shee'nig I
toe quality Blesched MusliV
wide, 7c. a vard 1
t I. - S'M Bi(:
$2 Her Majesty Corsets, $1.49"
DHSK.NFID FOR STOUT FIGURES; broad
front steel, low bust, long hip; made of white batistes.
$3.50 J. B. Corsets, $1.69
Three new models, low bust, long straight hip
line; extreme long hip model, medium bust, straight
back of white coutil, supporters attached.
$2.00 Straight Hip Model. 98c
Fxlreme long hip nvxlel, medium and low bint
effects; made of white coutil, supporters attached.
Special Braaaierea at 39c. Mi J; of batiste
roi,t floor front, Kvt H niSisj.
I H u n o UA V 3 FECIAL.
Most Unusual Drug Offerings
C, N. Disinfectant, an ideal and modern homa
disinfectant; S0e, size, our price, 9c, .special af 31c.
Alkalol, an alkaline antiseptic for all diseased con
ditions of the mucous membranes; agreeable, cleans.
Itu, non-irritant; regular n5c., at 57c.
Store orders only on both items.
M.la floor, trmt. Costnl
" t . a 3iJ