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"BURGLING? WHY, I WAS
FIRE STIRS THE TENANTS
IN TINIEST SKYSCRAPER
10 LEND HIM CASH"
Abie, the Painter, Swears Oil
"This Samaritan StulT"
for the Last Time.
th ralnter," otherwise Abra
ham Kpelaln uf -No. 231 Kaat OM .it
dre and Third itroot, eery time,
he 4.ra a Hood rted he ft run In by
lha polio. No more of this Samaritan
tuff for Ai"
lait night Ella Fromnn, who lives In
tha bl( sli-story tenement at No. M
Htttaer street, heard a not on the. j Mai
fire escap oulstd hi kitchen wlncl IW1
and tia want to lnvttitat. lis
two mm aeurryln down the iron MlN
and an eleetrle Hash lamp lcuin.l In
Ma evee. Rllaa then t up the cry of
"thfar with a veneane.
Either the other people In the ten
ement mistook the ImiKirl of hi cry or
the flh. of tho electric lamp thrruifh
the window and In the llRht well CaUMri I
mlaapprahenalon. f.T the cry of ' Tire."
moat dreadful warning of the tc nin"n's.
aminded The rnindri-1 In thla MUSS
and the otio next door. No M. rmhed
to the street.
Meanwhile when Detective Jlorrlaev
nd CWNI of the Mad:on rtroel ela
tion w en- running: through I he house to
locate the fire thay found two men
busily ringing the bell at the door of a
vacant apartment. The detective took
tl.em out to the etreat and aV. tl llieiti
to esplaln themselves Up pok "Able
the Painter." for he Ml one of the two
apprehended, mid ho told a t i of
Ill friend. I,ouis Hoffman, the other
man whom the detective were nunsUon
tng. had told him of the pitiful desll
tutlon of one Jakie Olucasteln, said
Able, and ho had volunteered to help
Jakle over the financial hurdle with
a loan. Ho lM and Ida frlrnd IsOUlg wera
hunting for JaJtlc'a flat m the tenement
t N... M wh-n all that uproa- about
burglar and fire tarled.
The detective bonkist Able and Units
for unlawful entry. "AM ! Mats"
haa been .nrestad alx time for burg,
lary and hn beaten every cars tip It
Smoke Pills Elevator Shaft anJ
W;i!l street Has I Ively
A small flm In IhS Mnalteal sky
scraper nfllM blllldll I III N York
vnrle.l the. tnonotofl) or In Wall
lii'it to-.Hi. Thl bAllldlni known a
No 1 Wuil ta tit thi. .r ,' t-t i -inter
I Of liroadway ind Wall lreti on a
plot .11 by in feel it i tlfntem II
I rli high, with otli office on seen floor
j above the found, floor, swii'h I NHi
I pied by a rig ir M'!
I The tire t n 1 1 I U l in i"KfH icr-
l trie wlrea In or f Ihi Ihres elevator
I bafl at the third floor llVtl, Ther
a Milling for lh( Brt to fe.l ort
hut Krenae In t la groove of llN baft.
I but Ibe ci.z, tr .oli' a lot of
ainoko and a pungent no. II.
Few of lbs Icnantl lefl lh building.
'Tho elevators In Ihi othOI two abaft
keit runnliiK whlli I II Unman were at
An al.tun of (If front Itr .adway nd
fall itrl brings oui nun an mm-
m pai itul n ill tnorougnrare
Wra 0 mi w:-'i ' iKinm moi hhvm
and v.it.r lower f I in"r than half
an hour No. i Wall li own ad by hi.
I . ., lyndl r Phi l-md oati 7Sn.rXii
mi. I t!ie building t.
rerUlii" RMfl flOOa Ttillna.
le irita W. 'Vrkln roei lvod the fnl-
loanu; teleiram baday at NaMonnJ
Proirrilve hoadqunrliri from Klbart
K. Martin, COL Ho mevilt MOTCIafy at
SCol. HoimevrH awoke nt 120 fiellnn
fine. Timpofalur H, toil 1. only 2
above normali raipl ration so Hpent a
rtfui night, 'i ranlljf look! ood.
"BL.BKUT R MARTIN."
I'hliejr In ill poll) Mend lie. Ian..
BOSTON, Oct. II. J a per N. Feller
foaignjod yeatei lay " l'nident of the
New I'ngliiii'l Telephone and Telegraph
fjafannny and wai gnooMdad by Piuilp
L. tjpaldlnir. rooMtly WPIltd Vlca-Tra!-
Uonr Throw Mortal r Matron.
1'HIL.AnKLPlllA, Oct. ll.-Mr. Alex
ander Brown. MM of the younger Ho.-tely 1
(matron of thla city, and the daughter
Of R. Penn Hinl'.h, wit lutdly Injun d
yaatarday by being thrown while rid
ing to hound, flhe haa a compound
fracture of the ahoulder and, It '.
feared. Internal Injuria. The harking
Of the dog emd lo anger the horer
and be flrat balked, and then thr.i'.v i
lira. Drown by auddunly rearing und
dent Of the rtell Telaphon fompinv of
Pennsylvania Mr. Filler had bean wlln
the ffofflpahy IWOttl0tvat yeara.
AUTO AND CAR KILL GIRLS,
five yea i -old Sidle HI Irioei,: in.
frotn her home, No. r.Vl MaNey street.
Mi ooklya, laai evieolng i
down hy a trolb , . ,ir Mile Bgg l i l y
rriibel and died an hour Uii r ... -:.
Hhnrtly before tiii leddonl Hon irei
nieutnr !, nt nt it phlnann
mi, di'd io Boibwl k lloepltal h
waa run down hy nn atii imob Whloh
wa pe"ditig nl iiiir : he iirnoi noar bei
home. The maeb!ne iv.' OWROd b
the Motor IieiiM-ry Company nt Mm
hlln. .ind driven l David I. Reed
of No km Baal bni Itundn i id r. .
ninth treei, Manhatiin,
The nolle gald Heed WM not roipon
alble for Ibe accident, and hi gai hi
Mareonl May leWM One l:,e.
leONtXMr, Oct II Tha Chroaloli'i
Milan correepondepf y: ", It fr, .i,
coneultatlon Jtrnt held bv Ihi sp lall
attending upon Mr. MaroORl n arai
found that the powir of lha Injtirvd eyi
h rapidti dunlnlakod and they fi .ii- the
Inventor will be completely blind In hi
'Lett er of a Slim - Made
Woman to Her Fat Sister
Grab ore itlol Trial lleann.
UAJii: OUJMLWk Oot 11. Tha
taking o fevldrnie In the (Irabow riot
trial began to-day. 'I In Mtate hn In
dteated It will tr' to prove that the
riot In which four men were killed
and forty wounded. reulted from n
conaplracy of the defendant, who an
member uf lag J,- (hcrhood uf Timber
Worker More than two hundred grit
neeaaa havi been aummoned and It I
believed that tha trlul will continue
three weoki more.
COME day, surely, you
e3 will own u pintio. Why
not enjoy its plt-nsures now?
The ICgUBIgT Marin d PUyer
Plnno an lb- choice of tbuuianda of
men and women Dot only In tlila city.
but throughout Ibe country.
A lew week may not tonka much dlf
fgrenci to you othorwlao: but now l
the best time to buy l before the holl
dio rtiah), and lha money nuvrd mukea
a big dlfferenca,
By pari baaing from u you deal di-
rgct Mltb the nianuf cturor and aave
the middleman' protll.
Do iou Want to Save i f
From $07 to $103 1
mp. WILL TBLt lop mow
Coiiih und Ml ". or write, before
6 West Via Street, N. Y.
00T"FHnoUf r Thrir Suits"
J th Ave, .j pMh
H Corner J. Street
TremenrJous Underpricing in the Season's
Most Beautiful and Fashionable
I n -w
These Never Before
Equalled Prices for Choice
of 5,000 Newest Coat Styles
p 12 5 H-50
EflClith Johnny, RoUj)icrre, Buttonto-S.de, Brail BoitM and Rraid
Trimmed Models in Chinchilla, Zcbru Stiic, Btfge, BroiKicloOL 1 PUirf
l, Wtol Corduroy, Boucle. A I T ' D Tl--Mil VOW
ilLil Lltt I iVf TrALL
ri(hth I rttcr: ()n the Matrimonial
Thais of nf Prop!r
j Mf Ph IftYi i f)'.v tflteortred
Irtlth rJotsl neM ffrss' the tlMll of
I lifitM'trff-. It t I'lftn thm.
I ir afilte ni theli fimi iion fef mint y. rat
; iMfffftlt ife in Mftel ti ho tpffvljh.
h i nn nu'fe "pt MM t Hod m l
. flllr-l wiih Be If , v . m wrt'o mo. vunr
1 irte ltOf fof f.-inTtOlhv nn I ho
wrlife ihit "Towm I'ivon i. ret mnn.
I left BVtint.ith will nood- It'll Kf-
Ir Atld tnV i(vrp To hnfh 'ft vni In fMt
llm. 'M.iv it few month! MO I wao lum m
It ii H.ef of yoy hikI Ml i-m. .
He ilrr f iirsr t vour "ernuih."
Take Mo Pinole Proirrlptlun 1 .iMote en!
p'm r t the hi it til no pfofiM o-l v.
Thnee tobletl or 0l a hnrm1oe o
the doctor! orinlnol Mnrmolo ProMtivtlon
f Ism t iM'i'lc rnr thill.
nt nil iho-f oiori Itti, mnn illot
Inn ind tnke nioaoont little i
-; h ritfftl in1 t hoilttmo.
rhert'i inif'iriii dollars' worth of
hnri neee t rt ererv Toe ooi r Mermoie
I'D " i , 1 ' Ion Tablet, Anv drueidoc will
runlen thorn or von ran eond the nrloe to
the Mermole Co., Fni tner Bid.. Uotrnit.
Ml ii V.ni M imik liftror. fool tiottr in I
Mtioi every do) rou tko thotn.
Moon rou II to fiaotn rovf hl ewort.
! Miu, hiti'i" aelvne, WcIkIi t : t a advlco and
ni will m otah loaa.
I'vo written Moo and told him to run e
ee b i ' li v ii 1 1 oil hi noaf
Af fo tonnt l. HKTTY Adet.
Lord & Taylor
A Very Remarkable Sale of
fV omen 's Highest Grade
in black or tail, I Oct. or button
f patent calf r kid. with Murk- kitl
or cloth lop, Kray bucksklB or cloth
Stuart Even tup Slippers
for every oooasloo
$J and $8
IF alking and Dress Boots
Values tf.i.iJU in ul ijiO
Double-width Crepe Satin
Over 100 Evening and Street Shades
(including white, ivory and blnck)
l .$1.78 I)('r Y&
Usual price, $'2.oU
A Fine Quality of
36'inch Black Silk Serge
at $1.88 per yard
1,500 Lengths Dress Sat his
in Street and Evening Shades, suitable for
dresses, gOWIlS and waists
$1.25 Ppr yard
Actual values $9.00 tip to $3.00
English Black Velveteen
A fabric much in demand this season for Coals
at 97c l), r yard
A quality regularly sold at ll.M
in llie most Popular Fall Shades, including
white, ivory and Mack
:it $1.10 per yard
Uegular price $1.7fl
Skirt and 'Dress Lengths
of various fabrics, including fiO-inch Serges,
54incb Colored Corded Suitings, and 1'2-Ki-ilich
silk and wool materials, for afternoon
and evening wear
at 7Hc per yard
Former prioeg ll.W to M.ftO
48 inch I m ported Cotton Voiies
in the besl Evening and Slivcl Shades.
Special a I ")C per yard.
36 inch Brocaded Lining Satins
in Evening and Street Shades,
Special iii $l.,2.' per yard.
Broadway & 40th si.: 5th Ave; 19th Si.'
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER. EASY TO REACH FROM EVERY WHERI
Special For Thursday Only 700 Yards of
$1.25 36 Inch Black Silks at Yard,
Black Silks, as you know, are always acceptable at any ) fQ .Q
season and these silks are of the most staple qualities, fjfjf
At this special price they are remarkably good values. ) v-rw
tndided an: 6 m. Black I'aillel ae Soie. 16 in. lHack Chiffon
I ath'ta. ib in. Black Psati Ae. (xtne. 36 in. Bl.irk Mewa'ine.
wi.vy jd men colored Messaline,05c
For limn ml drop nkirl. just the inntcrial, soft unci
pliable, in a full rnKi- of street ami evetiinn ihrnln.
$2.30 Brocaded Charmcuse, $1 88
A lieuutiful aMorttaenl f bandiom
enects in t hp much wanted
olored liriH inli'd
mrmiMise. 3(1 inrhea
Hi nn i rrawford Co.,
$1.75 36 Inch Satin Majestic, $1.28
Knr mat nme and drei pnrpoara, jiialroil filiiih, atrong
and dnralile. in a complete rariRi- of coloriiiKi.
78c 27 in. Dress Corduroy, 49c
Corduroy x are all the rage thi season and this is an
exceptional offering at the price; all the wanted street
Main l l,, nr. ln Sale To-morrow.
l.ighth Floor, Rettaurant
Singing of Popular
No re-icrvpd .sculi. Every
body welcome. Bring
Popular Musical Nahan
Operatic Selections by
5.98 (I 34f ' ' 1.98
Copies of New
At About Vi
JIIESE low prices are
made possible by copying
the lte Paris Mouses right here
in America, and you eun appre
ciate this saving when we tell
you that the duty alone on
Paris-made Blouses is over half.
Blouses of Voile and Batiste
very daintily made; mine with Im
perial frills, others with trimming nf
lace and embroidery; values ranging
up to &2.A0, also Hlnck Mohair waists.
pleated $ m .00
black and colors.
striped aod plain, made effectively
with lace aud net yoke and chemi
settes, long alccves, also $
larjse aasortmeut of lin- I
Chiffon and Silk, also
The Chiffons are very effectively
made, also the silk blouses. A fine as
sortment of Habulai silk shirts at this
price; some are all white und also
striped effects. Itobespierre collars and
some French collars with
pique turnover. The lin- $C).Q$
gcrie blouses are of French g'
Drocsded Silk Blouses Kxact copy
of New orks biggc" "ellcr at
$6. (Ml, reproduced, und you ran
hardly tell the difference. The
colors are black and white. Also
Chiffon Uluusrs in a large variety,
(one as illustrated); made over
net and shadow lace,
.u -:ll i f-:u
Will irni, auu iiiii ui
Hlrovaoa Crawford Co.. Serand Hoar.
All the Smart Coats
for Women at Special Prices To-Morrow
EVERY womun who is at all attentive to fashions should see our extensive display
of handsome coats which includes every smart model and all the correct new materials.
A becoming stvle for evervbodv. Never was there so many clever models -the variety being
almost unlimited. 'All priced much less than similar quality garments arc selling for elsewhere.
Women's Swagger Long Coats
A splendid assortment of new
models I li.it will appeul strongly
to women who wish something
clever and distinctive. The new
deep collars, sweeping long
revers, large fancy cuffs, pro
digious pockets are very smart
looking some are I rimmed
with fancy buttons, velvet,
etc., and have belted and
The season's most popular materials are shown:
Chinchilla. Oxfords. English Mixtures. Two
Tones. Plaid Backs. Doucles and Fancy Weaves.
Wrmn"a I alet
Ton nr nur to b A -
1 1 Klit ml with the clvr
tvlfd, arh bring Mil
AMI t If HcvT BBd distinct
ly different. Model (hat
fanten to one side nre In-
lulled an are many novel
and new collar effects.
Matr-rl.il are the new rat
erplllar clMh In various
color combinations, snappy
rich mixtures and wlJe
Winter $C U .75
At this prlca wa aia
ahowlna; many MM c,lm"?
noveltisa. truly orla:ln;il
models that impart ihat
Ohio and rtashlna appear
ance to their wearra. The
sty las alone Hre enhanced
by the handsome ma
teria! employed many of
which are imported. Two
tones In black and white,
brown and bUck. blue and
black, are shown as well
as camel's hair mlxturea,
Women's New English Top Coats
The ideal general utility coats, a r
ment every woman needs. The naw
lengt h permits freedom of motion.
They are destined 0 become as popular
in vew Vorlc as thv are in Iondon
whero they orlginutcd and whore they
sre the rage. They are eieganuy iaii
ured in the wunted materials, have salf
or velvet collars, fancy patch pockets
and pretty buttons; estraurdtnarr
At thla price we have had
the beat tallora teprodace im
ported models or rint-at for
eign fabrics. Coata tTiat Are
nug and warm, yet not
weighty. Oarments for dress
wear, aa well ua for nvotor
Ing. travel. injr. etc.
Women's $45 Even-
FNiahloned of xcellnt
broadalow in a iii-iishtrui
louse niiUl with lars collar
and cuffs of white Iceland
Fu. Culor an A men. -an
Heauty. Taupe. Copenhaaen
an.l Tan. All are lined with
fin aalf -colored pau d
MmiMH.il rawfurd Co.. Third noar. On Bale To-morrow
1.500 Real Leather Hand Bails Q
Most All $2 Values Some Worth More. Your Choice Tomorrow, at . .
THIS is one of those interest stirring sales
that immediately attracts attention nnil
'hoftgh 1,0() hags is a generous quantity to sell
in a single day we know there will be but few
(eft ut closing time tomorrow.
Boat Stti'. and Wulrus Leather Hand
Bag Genuine German silver und real leather
(ram1 , double leather strap handles, broken buttom
andcepKi'W I; all llssi from the dainty U-inch
to the li -inch ihopptnl bag, all leather throughout.
Many ure lilted. A thoroughly high grade bag at
the most surprising low price of the season.
Wnipaon ratvford Co.. Main l loor. On Sale Ta-SMrrW.
Latest Mode in
it door Girl or Woman
$1 to $5
Values up to 125. gf .50
A collection of hnndsomc new
models, adapted from the latest ap-
... . . i . .
proveil ideas ol me mreign inaaers.
Including dashing cutaway, jaunty
belted and elaborately trimmed styles
of rough serge, wide wale and diag
onals. The illustrated model, with
ami-EnpiN bask, hm Robespierre
collar and CUfTl of velvet, anil elleet
ively trimmed with velvet covered
buttons, giraie top aKin wiiu sug
gestion of small pleats at aide; ail
popular anaoes anil muck, .-iizcs i i
to IN years, also suitable for women of
Klmpaon cra'"" j " tM' "
For the Outdoor Girl or Woman
TllK great pleasures of toe outdoor
aaaaon ridinc. tennis, eolf. walk
ing which call for excessive bodily
uctivitv, have no uncomfortable draw
bucks for the womun who wears C. B.
a lu Spirite Onsets.
fi rt- " tor-
HI nett. u hose tkil.
f ul deiign layt
ilm to riettr
Ig on the vear
in aetnily or in
They are mnde
of a light
Some in the
for smull fig
Done d, and
g u a ran teed
to fit and
wear. All sizes
Fitting Giten Free of Charge.
Simpson Crawford Co., second I lour
Pure Food Show
Mild Cured Hams
sia-i iril. i L. I
lb X VIW i
(iiiulity, dozen Ss ;
regular 10c re I
ii n a grocery
.5 lbs. . .
1.000 Smoked Ox
Tongue - Closely
Fat Shore Mackerel
fish; 10-lb. pail.
S- b. pail,
size, sweet and
juicy; 5 dozen,
1 1 .00
A Remarkable Value in
Petticoats at 75c
Peau de Cygne Silk i
4.00 Value for '
Ma.la or rich r nd luatruu l'eau ile
Clycne, In wldo ranao of plain and
enanaaabia colors, black and white.
The llnunce lia hla f'iMn, tUOkR
with attaunafl hb plultea rum, join
ed with overhunglnB plait.nl ruffle,
trimmed with deep silk un.lerlay.
have sold thrin by the
I .ha .... I
dozens 111 rsi.uu una con
siilereil them wonderful values, but
a fortunate purchase brings to us a
lot that we will sell to-morrow at
(! would think (Art ore embroidered
by hand, no perfect ajess the machin
do the, work. 'fhey are fine eambrie,
cut on ntraight linen, embroidered in
dainty efferl. tfightlg tlaeheit on either
tide and finished with a iralloped edge.
aaun vnarmcuse i
Petticoats 3 S
Sfe.OO Value for
We knew Ihesa svttl compare favor
ably with others about town at 16.00,
ChooBS from eight Khaclea, lni-lurtlng
tho wanted Taupe( Navy, Imierald
hiicI Brown, with Ktr.ip Heiinie .and
plnttc.1 rufm over silk undur-ruflU.
Mlmiwia Craaforil Co.. Sroisd Hour, on sulr 'I'o-.Morrow.
Heavy Outing Flannel
AT sut-h a prict there will he a great rush for these
flannels, therefore we cannot fill until or ('. O. 1). orders,
nor will we sell more than 0 yards to a customer.
Fleered on both sidet. in a tplendid attnrtment
Simpson Crawford Co.. Siatb Ave., lutb
of pretty ttripet, pinks and blues predominating
121 oc Outing Flannels., at yard, 8' 4c
About S.O0O yards, prettiest patterns you ever saw; limit iU yards
IV or mail orders.
15c Kimono Flannels, at yard, 9' jjfl
Reautlful styles and eolorinK. in flora! and Persian designs; perfect
39c Scotch Wool Waisting Flannels, 25c
32 inchea wide, in a la rue runp' of striped patterns.
19c, 25c, 29c, 39c Wash Goods Remnants, 6c
l.eugtlu suitable for waists and ilres-es for women and children; positively
no mail or C O. I), orders; utiautity limited to each customer.
Simmon Crawford Co.. Mala I'loor. on Sala To-Morrow
. in,t l hlaa. Vnrk m Shnnn no L r n t r
no C. 0.