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THE EV, WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
10 FIREMEN CAUGHT
AS WALL FALLS IN
FOUR ALARM BLAZE
'Big Drug Storehouses Are
Completely Burned Out
Hi collar" or a wall In ft furvlarm
Bra that completely ilettioyeil tho drug
aMaours of J. U Hopkins & Co. at
Noe. 4T7 to 4S8 Keap street, Willlame
nPft early to-day overwhelmed HH flre
! gaen. After they had been rescued by
ueauailea It waa found Fireman Joseph
Hal 7 of Engine Company No. 13 and
! Freemen James Keating of Engine Cora
fur No. lit each had a broken right
j leg and had been otherwlae badly In
jured, The other escaped with acalp
wounds and hnile ".
Fire broke out about 4.15 A. M. on the
aaoorxl floor of tho three atory section
' f the bulldln at No. 477 and quickly
sssreart to the flvs-etory aectlon at No.
4K1 It Jumpi-U to a building at the rear.
No. 472 Rodney street, occupied by the
Bullrvan Cooperage Company, and partly
burned tkat out.
Mrs. Roae Mulir. living at No. if
Redney atreet, gar. the flrit alarm.
81 waa awakened by an explosion, und
locking out of her window aaw flames.
Har tcranma attracted 8ert. Caa'ldy
and Patrolman Lloyd of the Hertford
avenue atatlon. who aent In tiu alarm,
fhey found J. 1. Carll, the negro night
watchman, ruahlng out from thn Urn
floir of No. 479 to find the caite of the
T.a heat of the fire affected the over
head wire of the Brooklyn Rapid Tran
alt, and for; half an hour the power
nouee at Alnalle street. Juat npp.. ite,
vac put out of commlaalnn. This Um 1
up tho traffic on Williamsburg Hridxe
and on the cross-town line In the lowei
and of Williamsburg and greatly de
layed early workers on their way tc
MANY FIREMEN COULDN'T SAVt
Capt. Wlndhurat, wiio waa first to ar
rive with Engine Company No. 11. aei,
In aecond anU third aim mis, Chief L. all
aent In the foirtn. But It wis linpos
'.fete tu auve the bul'tilrir. tB9Uga s.x
ten eMaincra and flv truck drop Mr '
fought thii blaze.
On account or tne oange- mm in .i
ad falling aperies twe've families i, i
to tat turael out from No.. 4'I3 an 1 W
nap street and rom artty ;ht r
be to Una hurriedly to the atrect In
thatr bed cltithes.
The fumaa from the druaj were so
aw ea powering that the firemen had to
work In relays and could remain In the
gtnoke cor only a few momenta at a
.plight. The ether eight wera raacued
I by men of Engine Companlea Nos. 1J1
Dr. Firmer found Rellly hed a com
pound frr.,'ture of the right leg and In
ternal injuries. Kaatlns's rljlit hit waa
also broken and he had a mtIoiis scalp
wound. Berth were hurried to the Wlll-
1 Ixmahurg Hospital and later Itellly, at
I hla own deeirr, was tnltcn home.
FIREMAN OVERCOME BY FLAME8
ON THIRD FLOOR.
After their wound, hn 1 lieen dressed
the other fireman caught beneath the
ll were able to return to work. Fire
man Patrick r'nnlnn of Knglne ('ampnny
Nj. 110 was over omo by the funics on
tho t.ilrd floor und had to be rescued
by h'.a comrade! He, too. waa taken
to the Wil.la.nehurg Hospital.
Deputy Fire Commissioner Farley nns
present und Poller Inspector Mnrtlin
waa In eherge of the police reserves.
The damage done by the fire waa esti
mated at tlW.OOO.
Fireman Rellly hs had one previous
near sail. Aa he waa crossing Williams
burg Bridge on a trol1e ear eome t
years a to hla hat blew off, and as ha
tried to get It bark from the railing
where it hod lodged he fell over. He
dropped sixty feet and escaped almost
unhur t. He happened to alight on a pile
of ssnrt, which had Just been unloaded
at a building In courae of conflructlon
Where la Arthar Ward f
William Word, superintendent of the
Harlem I'oTIrt building, aska The Kvt
n'ng World lo get word to hla son Ar
thur that If he does not come home
within a day or two the ahock of hll
ehsence from her will kill Mrs. Ward,
who la very 111. Arthur Ward, who Is
twenty-three yenra old, la a carpenter.
He heal some illf fen DC with his father
a week ago and left home.
Hank of France Discount Raised.
PAH Oet 17 - The late of discount
of the Hank of Frame was raise I from
.1 to 3 per cent, to-day.
YOU wish to buy these features in a shirt:
A comfortable fit, freshness in style, dur
able and fadeless fabric. You have not time
to study these out, but you can insist on the
label that stands for all these things. It is
CLUP.TT, PEABODT - CO.. Makers
New styles of collars
ready nut mouth
MLRODL UNDE.RWLAR on Special PSgg and SaleTKS
fV "M J In New York's A Shopping Centre f flfc
0 NeiutAdams Co. -h
6th Ave.. 20th to 22d St.. New York City
Hvery Picture Means a BARGAIN
Every item is a definite reason for the careful shopper to come to O'Neill's on Friday.
11 ,nt. liri AilafaVfMl a 1 1 a a-4-.. 4-. , . w-k U MPialaaiikaB.ijja ,, Ml mm mm , . - i 4 L t rnrir lii itVl t C- (V1t li i-t r -. e W
Qijvuy mic tnu cvci y hiumi ctiiun iicia niuiicy-aavin r m il. ivciy nuiu ia uictniii yuup
- . M . .a m W at W
need np;nt now ; and scores ot items just as pood as Uiese are not aaveriisea.
White atMrut twenty-five men of True
TTiilll iirrjr No. 6 and Engine Compan
Me. U were working on a one-sto
extenalon at the rear, a wall fell an
tan ef the men were knocked dow
aad busied under the masonry.
Hi mum John Fltag.reld. Mtobki
Or ham end Georg? Krlethke of TfUCI
Na. H, with their coats over the!
feoea, crawled In under the flamr
tkM shot out over the fallen brlckwnr
aast dragged out Rellly and Keattr.;
eere aeen to be In the wor
4 VM I
F WTil' l-"aT'm"tf lt'lTlleBi'nrl I II, BaJI
fav,atnter Kvw;itiMii,ate:;'u -7-
Pony Skin Coats
Sizca for Women and Misses
We have juat 50 o( these Superb Coats. Skins
are bright, well marked and fleiible, dyed and
dreaaed by Chapct. which means much for the
wear and appearance of Pony skin. Cut after the
newest models, cither straight lines or semi-fitted,
lined with corded silk or plain, heavy satin; tiles
from 14 yeara to 40 bust.
Black all-wool Zileline
ish cheviot; sponged an
shrunk. 84 inches wide
$1.25 DRESS GOODS
25c LININGS )10r
1,0(10 yards of cotton linmg 1
in the latest colors
weaves. Values 2,1c
HtiperioT quality erect I
tile, black silk velvet ,9'J K fl
dresi shafiesi 8 styles ;i aWevf
all ailk lined: val. 4.00
Marabou and Ostrich
apes, black and
white, natural end
white, all natural and
all black. Value 4 JO
(dds and iimI of plain
taffeta and utin rib
bon ; excellent assort
ment of de'ireble
colors; all colors
Whipcord and mix
lures lined through
out with satin;
bound with braid
skirt to match,
colors, navv, brown
bind,. Sires 14, 16
Value I7.50. . .
VII sizesof excellent madras
incn and hncne wuists
with high or low neck, long
or short sleeves for quic:
Itrmnants of sheetings, pil-1 m
low and bolster case, rous- A
tin cambrics, long cloth f
and shirtiug, cottons; ape- Prirr
cial for Friday J
HATS FOR TOTS
Children' colored hats of
felt and pluabt trimmed
with rOHMtd and fate;
fruthers; value S.00
Formerly 59c to $1.75 yard
at 29c, 39c, 59c and 79c
A typical O'Neill sale which mean a hona-fidc clean-up
of the month's accumulation of the season's moat wanted silka.
Thousands of pieces of plain and fancy silks in lengths
up to fuil dress patterns, silks for dresses, waists, ti i minings,
millinery, children's wear, fancy work, etc., etc.
Every desirable weave, color and quality.
O'Nrtll Main Stare -Meat aad S.aaad Fleet.
MEN'S $1.25 SHIRTS!
New, well made pleated and
plain bosom shirts ot fine LQsP
madraa and percales; tl.OO.
tl.Mand tl.AO values, at .
Sateen petticoat in
full and extra site,
neatly tailored; reg
Children's c el 0 1 S d
coats of corduroy,
double brcaMcd roll
collar and fancy but
ton.. Another model,
made of ()xf td roll
collar and cut ft and
pockets of fOtltfMtinJ
8l riped clc iot, 1 to 0
years, value (3.)H. . .
I'laiinellette (towns, in
Utllil 10 P. M. fancy atripee and plain
. WW a;ik collar n nil
without, trimmed with
dainty braids; value
Bonwit Teller & Co.
ANNOUNCE FOR TO-MORROW
A Very Special
Sale of Women's High Class Tailor Suits
200 suits in this sale, in twelve of the very latest models, designed
and made in bur own workrooms.
Men's wear serges, chevrons, two tones and diagonals, in the
new velvet vest effects, Empire and braid-trimmed styles.
In navy blue, black, seal, havana and taupe.
Exclusive Fur Trimmed Suits
The fabrics are our own importations of peau de touris, embossed
and brocaded matelasse, corded silk, ratine, charmeuse, moire broche
and silk velveta. Trimmed with the fashionable furs of the season.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
Very good quality of flan-1
nelette, in fancy stripes,! Cfly
V neck, with or without! jJ,
collar; reg. 73c valur )
A flperinl new line of Udirs
luuauu aiiu I'leUlDrii.' ,rw-jasL
era, trimmed with dnua v J H if
embroidery and tucks; reg. I 4
Made of double fared i
Herman flannel, wide
Itrtpaa, sailor collar, I J1
trimmed with ribbon; Tfc AO
made full, with girdle NeSXetJaX
at waist; colors: gray,
brown, blue J
Lanterns and favors ot)
various kinds; values up:
10 anr esf-ti. ar
Heal Irish crochet
Dutch collars; baby
Irish design; vtry
beautiful ( ollari and
a remarkable bargain;
The beet straight rut
styles ia all leathers:
b'ack. gun-metal, pat.
lace; a full line of sires
Men's medium weight nt-"j m g
ural gray merino shirts and J- H Tf
drawers; all neatly trimmed. )
1,000 pieces of dinner ware,
cousi'ting of all siae plates.
all aiie meat dishes, cups
ind aaucrrs, baking diahes.
salad bowla aud pitchers;
values to Si . 40 dot ,
1,000 pairs women's hue
lisle atockiupa; escellrnt
quality, medium weight,
lisle thread, high splurd
Urel; double knee und soles;
black only; siaes 8.4 and
Fine worsted tweaters.
vuat atyle, collurless
or high neck; plain
weave, pearl buttons;
$1.00 AND $1.50
flrnken linna of TIlOaMOal'l
(llove-filtir.g Corsets and
H a (5 . P N Tali
The famous K. C.
Hurt M Shoe. The
Burt rail styles. It
is the only occasion
when Burt shoes are
Women's umbrellas, mm e
of an elra (pialilv pice
dye fabric, eight rib para
frames, cares mid fas-
Dining Room Picture.-,
combination fruit and
game, in S-iuch oak
frame with crossbar. .
$1.40 Wash boilers
ISO wash boilers with cop
per tiottom, good quality
of charcoal tin. No. 8 sue
1.000 upright lighta, com
plete, with mantle aad
bade and burner all ready
$4.50 BED SETS 2
Renaissance Bed beta.
white or Arabian color
with bolater roll
cover to match spread
made on extra qual
ity net; regular value
uality Jap-1 Ae e
xhj; Is reel "f
lue 810.00 .
Cedar lined, covered
with extra q
siae; reg. value 810.00
$5 FERN DISH
1 ts MM
plateau ai.,1 ' .TJX . Vfl
complete; a-in. lUfT " w
Cut glass fern
proof and vermin
proof; made of genu
ine layer felt, covered
in a fine quality of
(amy striped ticking;
dxci 4 and (I
Other sizes as ttdluws:
t.O siae S7.IIO
:. aiar $0.75
f.fl sue SO 00
ih ia-. . iH.W
111 (MGQo lmltl fiiiimw I?ne&oacsc
Hi It E. Oranur ,.,,
lated. S lb. tyr Th hh'eld Brand,
cartoua ....... dtSOQ '"neat quality sugar
H. It h. Crystal . . ,
Domino, A lb. nQ ''ured' vere weighti
cartona J"c ten pounds ea.;
Coffee perib. 16c
Fancy quality Bour-
hveivr ;t LP5t Evaporated Milk
plicated elnewhere for The Peerless Heir
less than K.V: per lb.;
per pound. rirl ,ieU ,; U" PIUl q
here C tins, this sale QC
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Snowdrift Lard New Mackerel
A vegetable com- Fancy summer
pound for shortening caught Norway, me-
no. p., p";tpP.c
Kreth bilked N. II Fancy fresh made
C, t'needa Lunch, Zu Elgin creamery, pack-
Zu. Oy.terette.. eJ .
(iiahnms or I.emon , 7J
Snaps, per pacL- A C aj .
age 4C sale 1174
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