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-THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
GIRL KILLED TWO
WOMEN BY POISON
Confesses in I ns Angeles to
Crimes Committed in
HAPPY NOW, SHE SAYS.
Husband Declares She's Tem
porarily Insane, but Sheriff
Is on Way for Her.
asked myself Trrm.l times. All 1
know Is that I wanted to Ket It off mjr
mind. I used to think about It when i
I waa alone or -ot despondent. If they
put me In the penitentiary I will nerve ,
iy sentence jrtHclly, herauae then I can I
et-art In over axiln and with a clean
And His Stomach
Is All Right
Thouaanda wi.fi Poor Teeth Have
Good Dilation by Ualng Stuart'
DyapepaiaTableta After Meal.
Wbetbar or not wa aat too much, la
a raatur for Individual Judsmsnt. Bea
Jamln rranklln triad iha experiment of
living on a handful of raisins. But ha
dlacovarad that the queatlon waan't what
he ata nor the quantity thereof, but ooa
of dlssatlon and assimilation. The nor
mal perton eats hsartlly, and with keen
snjosmsnt. That la tscaus bla mind
doaan't anticipate stomach trouble. And
If he doss have an attack of aour atom
aeh or Indlcaatlon be knowa that the
uae at Stuart's Orapepala TablaU alTea
txm AJWOTujFS. Not. 4. Declaring-
a 1 happier thiain ehe has been In
rM after eonfeeeln that etie kUled
tra women In Mlaaourl. Mrs Pansy
flaeatlagavLeah la In the city jail here
to-day awaiting tho arrival of Sheriff
Handereon of Petti County, Mo.
Htm police do not doubt the young
I'a sanity, aJthouca her husband.
called at the Jail to-day, said theru
nothtne- In her try an.l that she
The younc woman told her etory with
frankness she ehowed remorse
emotion when relating how ehe
poison to Mrs. Eliza Coe at He
a year after she had caused the
of Mrs. E. M. Qualntaraoe at
Ridge, twelve mllea from Sedalla.
"Mrs. Coe was good to me, although
tat scolded me numntimn," she said,
"he had taken a baby to the poor
farm through the raJn and caught a bad
cold. I nursed and gave her two cap
sules about half full or poison. She
got worse and was so good and kind to
me then that I waa aorry that I poisoned
her, but I was afraid to tell the doctor.
When she died the doctor said It was
due to ptomaine poisoning.
"X never really felt bad about causing
.Mrs. Quajntance'e death except I knew
It was wrong. But she and her husband
were not kind to me. I was only fifteen
years old when I was sent to them by
the orphanage. Mr. Qualntance, who
was about sixty years old, mistreated
me, and I had trouble with his wife be-
mm' he encouraged me to be disre
spectful to her. We quarrel lod one day
BSsb he took her part. Maybe that Is
N hy I gave her the poison.
I do not know why I killed either of
t w women. That's a question I have
A Oentlemen of tbe "Old Behead" Who
Keeps Up with the lines.
Many people have poor teeth, weak
sums, aora teeth and other bothersome
troubles that prevent a vtgoroua masti
cation of food. And Instead of eating
soft, mushy food that palls en the ap
petite they go In for those savory dlshaa,
the vary odor of which starts the saliva
and makes tbe stomach fairly revel with
Tbls Is but a natural condition. Any
thing else borders upon the Indifference
which fosters Indigestion and chronic
It may be safely said that It ahould
not ba a question of dlst or kind of food,
or tooth or even any of the reflexes
which are supposed to have their In
fluence In deranging the atomach. It la
simply a matter at supplying the atom
sch and digestive organs with those known
assistants such as papain and hydrochloric
acid, both ot which have a direct and
powerful action upon tbe contents of the
Ons grain of a single Ingredient In
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
g.ooo grains of food. This saves your
atomach and gives it the rest It needs.
All mueclss require occasional rest If
they are ever overtaxed. The atomach
la ae exception to thla rule.
Try a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lata. and you will wonder how you ever
got along without thsm. They are aold
at BO csnta by all druggists everywhere.
Bonwit Teller & Co.
SPECIAL FOR TOMORROW (TUESDAY)
Extraordinary Waist Sale
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Reproductions of Paris Blouses
Vnlnevt tin tn 1ft SO
A large assortment of latest Paris styles in silk
chiffon, net, plain and brocaded crepes and shadow laces.
French Hand Made Blouses
Values up to 10.00
Exclusive Bonwit Teller importations, made of fine
batistes, high or low neck, in a great variety of models,
hand embroidered and trimmed with real laces.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
NO MONEY DOWN
MFFKIV MuntJ THIS. SOLID OAK
WWa&E4VLiX DINING ROOM SFT AS SHOW
ajal.llO Ut.tVII $Ot.Utl
7.J.0 " lOU.Ou
15.00 " 200.00
25.00 " 300.00
I an Use ol
$30 fop at
lbi Leather Uur.li
tut i eserj purchase o
:.i!l I : I Ifai.
Wc furnish Apgrtaeaii
H um tU.Uv lOl.tfUtf.
1041b SI. L Station al Corner
103d SL Sum . v Sia.iou uac Block As
OI'UN HAIIKUA. c:VfiNtIU
PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THAT OUR STANDARD OF QUALITY I THE HIGHEST. OUR. PRICES THE LOWEST
XJ) fr 9ZifucnJ) W 9
AVE. 19? TO 20 'STREET
In New York's Shopping Center- Easily Reached from Everywhere I
You'll Enjoy the Refined Mid-Day Cabaret
8th Floor -la. 1 2 to 2.43 P. M.
Miss Pauline Corbctt and Stanley Warner, Celebrated Cabaret Sintfers. Famous
Hawaiian Orchestra, with Their Native Music and Melodies a Star
Attraction Worth Hearing. Victor Sorlin's Orchestra. Mile.
Cantarelli in Operatic Selections.
Prince Ranji Smile Will Serve His East Indian Dishes
Coat Day To-Morrow
The Greatest Special Election Day Sale Ever Announced
C Fop Men For Women -.1,. For Boys frtii For Infants
Oats and Youths vOolS and Misses VaOoIS and Girls VOQlS and Children
OATS by the thousands for every member of thr family -young and old never
before aucb a, display of the new, natty cout styles never before such astonishing coat
'THERE isn't a reader of this paper but can find interest in this announeem nt.
We want every coat buyer of New York to know that it will be month-, perhaps years,
liefore equal coat values will be offered again.
Note These Few Example Values and Come to the Coat Sale That Will Make Coat History Bay Your Coat on
Loat Day Where the Greatest Coat Values of the Entire Year Will Be Found-To-Morrow at Simpson Crawford s
Men! Vote First! Then Come to This
Great Sale of Men's $18 to $25 Overcoats
JO matter whom you vote for you will elect this store as the leader in
nothing values once you sec these smart eoats. The choicest garments from tho
most prominent wholesale houses in New York, Rochester and Chicago. Hundreds of
these are sample garments, only two and three of a kind. The price, $10.75. is so '
remarkably low for such ln:;li grade clothing that in hundreds of instances it barely
covers the cost of materials.
Choice from all the newest all-wool fabrics. 70 noHarni in the favorite shades for Winter. 41
e ror men ot J4 to 46 inches cheatand all heights and weights.
15 to $35 Black Overcoat:
$15 to S2S Rao Inn Oi,rr,.,.i.
$15 to $25 DoubU-Brmatted Overcoat:
& Youths' ! M ft , 85
25 Overcoats JL
Bm Conti. Ilclted Coats. Convertible
ollar Coats, Sinalc or Double llrcasted
oats, in Vicunas, Kerseys, Utltoai. Valottri,
I lieviot, rsillmsrsi and l'auiy Novelties.
i 10,or" M fay. brown ami tan. blue,
'Aiorfi, DtaCS nntl funry effects
$15 to $25
$15 to $2$ Belted Back Overcoat:
Including the celebrated Kuppenhrimer
brand, exclusive overcoats, a large selection
of cbim billns and fancy plaid backs; also
plain grays and blacks. No better coat value
17S to $25 Sptit-Seam Oeercoat:
$15 to $2$ Chesterfield
Men's and Youth's j
All siyles and colorings. Overcoats are
tbe exact reproductions of high-grade cus
tom tailoring. The Itagtan. the Beacon, the
Kermit. the Kossack. the Iloamore. the
Major. Uie Hrigadicr. the Adjutant, the
rJ" Our Big? Sale of Men's Suits Continues
915 to 20
75 Kuppenhcimer Famous
18 to 25
All materials, all styles. Positively the greatest assortment ever seen in a special sale.
17 Simpson Crawford Co.. Second Floor. On Sale To-Morrow.
385 Women's 19.75, $22.50 I 24.75 Handsome
Latest Model Long Coats at ... . $1 50
inn i :t w limit II ill ffiiii unnuiui iwi oufiru w i m a n urn tit a a nppnmin(T v
J ok w s v UVUOVla MUU X-1 Tf VI11WII UU S-U aVVV.UUlsUgtj
clever model. To-morrow an opportunity is presented to obtain just the coat
you desire at a surprising suvinc
The coats are from a manufacturer who makes nothing but goad coats end ware given to Ms et e
special price-concession, so as to make Coat-Day u wonderful value-giving event.
These coats are man-tailored throughout and have tho correct graceful hang. Their distinguished
appearance is not their only recommendation, however; they are made to give long and faithful service.
Coats for All Occasions and for Every Woman
a a- y d
Myriads Ot Clever Styles to select from; some
have velvet or corduroy collurs and trimmingi; some have
collars tlmt muy bu worn in two styles; all are distinctively
The materials include only the season's moat desirable
ones. Chinchilla, black and fancy Houcles. herringbones, smart
mixtures and novelty fabrics. All the wsnted colorings and sties
from ;U- to 44-inch bust.
Women's 45-in. Long Coats
Vrlmir aivl Scalxttr. with i.n mers which
faatrn wl'Ji fancy silk fn. B
Uses wiu rn i ran tool aauu m ' 'JQ 7
Kit ur psstt-i ahadts, St 4.L J
lirocaded Satin Evening Coats
With large collar ' nuil
tuffs of Iceland tfoi
Also Note These Extraordinary Coat-Day Specials!
Women's Sir.. 50 to $22.50 I n
MPrinrzc$$" Coats 12
4I won! mate.
'bear coau are aiilrudhtly mala of fuarajtv
i an, and cn be found utklf In tba
firet rlana eafahliiUnitiita In Um coun
try. Stylet M all dlallnrtlTH. and ttia
uinlenaU axt the i nm- i uinr, at
Women's 945.00 n rf
Evening- Coats at jD UU
Ot ssosUsot broadrlotii la a dsllahttul looss m tl
trlai ud wllh w mis taiaot sail llusd wna fsau
ds " Jli.
Women's Stunning Coats
Htrlklng: harnlsocna nwl.W of a em A SW a
cstetvlllar rkilli, fuicf BnutllO W A y
and UQuiual mlstureti at MTa f
linliaiin rrawfonl Co., 'I'hlril I lour. On Sale To-Morrow.
Women'; 9.75 to 12.50 Smart Coats.
ice ol t linn luilii, novelty weaves, polo cloth, plaid backa and all wool black kersey; some
plain tailorsdi other smartly trlnuiiwf.
Boys' $5.00 Warm Chinchilla Polo Overcoats, at $0.00
GtK)l warm overooatl for boys from iJj. to 10 years. Cut long, button up to J
i i I! i i ii i ma. li ..: i:n Haass'
iicuk, until tiiu-u, uoii an annum, son. nap, nine and Hruy (umiiuiiu
Boys' 56.50 Fine Winter Overcoats
Overcoats of every kind and style for the boy of tjfj
to the buy 17 years. Chinchillas and lancy belted
overcoat:;, sizes iYi to 10, all wool fancy . no
mivliirt's !! lfnivs. tuns mid hrowiis. nui't
io to 17 year' at
Boys' High Grade Overcoats
cry handsome English novelties, in either single or
double breasted effects, plaid backs or serge lined,
u adc with the new split sleeve, also the Q
new shawl collar, coats ages 10 to 17 .Vif
(T7Htmisiin ran ford Co.. Berond Moor. On Sals To-morrow.
Boys' $3.50 Warm Winter Overcoats
3.50 Long Convertible Collar Coats, sizes 10 to 16 years; Boys' 3.50 4 Qfl
It.. .. .... r i i i . ti i : i a ... n ,.,.,1 Rnua' M
uciivu vudia, ouif jiiim nruwBf uiwun t nut it, sir.fs ii u .ni'i -
3.00 Rubber Raincoats, sizes 5 to 10. Coat Day Special
Girls' $10.00 i fl.75
Dressy Coats I VJ
In sizes ti to 8 years only. All new models, of velvet,
corduroy and bouclo, with various collar effects anil
trimming of ilk and moire.
Girls' $10 Flannel-Lined
Chinchilla Coats at
Smart full-lsnfftli doublo-breastad model, wltli hinlt velvet
collar. Bhadei arc navy, gray and bfOWB. Sizes 0 to i years.
A must UBSSiaa liurain at tiiis price.
Girls' Swaggef English Raincoats
in imported raiu-prool pniiui, Hith sajuataulu ollnr an l p. itch
pockets, yoku enetian lined. Mze.s lor i iri in to 1 1
years, value (7.o0, ipaoiaj at
Cyslmpsori ( rawtortl (
Misses' $16,50 1 1 O.50
Chinchilla Coats I JPAti
Splentiitl full length belted models of nigh grade rhinchilla with
intifiler collar, patoh pockets sad set-in ilssVss salbs i-oat silk
braid bound all new ihadai sad white. Siies 14 to is years,
ulsti iultabla for small women.
Misses' 523.75 Astrachan I d.RQ
Cloth coat3, special
bxtruuiely smart H-lengta modali) both ptaotiosj nd lre.ssy,
with clever Collar uf valour tlmt ran be woffl Hat ur buttosad
biglt ami Irlsssaiai of iiri(e vrlout buttoaA warmly interlined
nml llnsd throughout with guarastsed satin Hsoj Uiu iByean
Misses' $27.50 Dress Coats
7,7 !-, I.; T!.,'',. I
luiiftur, (llar aii'l rtitr.. t-l.t I
val liutl'ii: warmly tuurliri.l ai.il
aailu In .strl J.alea. siw U tu 11 H;"il at.
hlrd tlunr Ou nla Ti-lnrru.
I Isiisth raoflal, with gsx f 99 C
I in ti, 1 an I Ian " val 9 sj
!.:.'! with sua. ssSN4 gBm aVs
Basement 1 Girls' Coats, Value f5M A variatjr of styles and materlali, Uiamad oltboordurc
I Ba seme
velvet SBd contra.t in
Infants' Z? Children's $4 to $6 Coats $2.98
i . i naniiuw;, HHnimnaau mm met -unpic nine ir fin
Jj,Z(j BOPS models stlM ll tuontlia to 8 ycurs, at i.ZJ
infants' Lonft Cloaks
Cashmere and Bedford COrdi cape eftet t; triniiiiing of
fancy braid! .special for to-morrow, itt
Children's Warm Winter Coats
U CDinenllia raraoul clot li, mixtures an 1 i - - . nm I"'-, tlu ii ti . I, - yellow, aavy and red, $ff qq ' II
In all tb i i a fall ahades; sis itoiyean; al .Jo other 01 caracul . mauuiah utisturesi - to ifemtt . ).Z(j ' M ' jy-',
(SJIPSOS frawferil Co.. Ses-anil t l,,r. On H,al rawMarrwWi . n .' c
Basement Childrea'i Coati. Worth up to 14.00 )0 89 1 ' " ' .; 4. 0,
S-r.-fnl 1 Sill , orurtiy, I roadclolh and llo irlei, in inny models, (loiible or si,,K,.-l,ieasicil .Norftilk style- ' 'Ar" 1 "ili'i liill!Ml II iliilll
C'Ui 1 or sailor collar; lit.e.i i I iuterliue.l Unmt, ,,.,,.,.. of :-. u, , it.. .i y ears ) '! IllllllllillnllfenfflMll JiiililllMiJU'nW8g
Corduroy, Norfoll and boi models, belted chlaehillaj and heavy
JIMuO.N CHAWtUUl) CO.. 5.AII1 AVL. 1WTI1 TU atlTM ?, I Mahl. tat lataau vni.tMSj t,fMmmim,.'j:3tt.xm