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title: 'The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, November 04, 1912, Final Edition, Page 12, Image 12',
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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
. ..-1 VII
I ONE DYING, BUT NO
loboken Authorities Face Mys
tery of Shooting With
Ml kHiiio Apathy In tha fa of
tiry tvlilrh ! xpctl at any time
Involvr ih . rim of nuror ohar-
eri-i V)H attllul to-day at the 0-
lm end police of Hobokejj toward
uroly fau: hootlrur yeier.ly
line of MNBM Stephen Coitellp
and tha tx-attna of J'o)lcm.n JoP
OaatcUo. who llvMd at No. 7M Ocean
avenue. .It-, y Pity, and who had been
an th pollca force of that city for
flra Tram. Ilea In North Hudaoti Hos
pital with three luillet wounda through
Ma txxly lie will die within another
ai auty-four hour, the aumaona ear.
Dietrich ocnuplea a cot In tha Mini
aetltutaon. nifferlng from a fractured
skull. Kvery avklcnce points to Mm
mm Che man who ahot Coatello and in
momenta of temporary lucidity he ad
mit! that muoh substantially. Vive of
etfht men who were wltneaeea to tha
ahootlne and clutrMmr have voluntarily
Ttven their namee to Ci1ef of Iol1oe
MeCauley of Hobofcm.
Yet no ante-mortem atatement haa
been obtained from Coatello Dietrich
baa not been placed under, arreat. None
of the five material wltneaaea haa been
.detained. Tha Chief of Polloe lilmaelf
' aatmlttrd to-day that he had not yet
learned definitely how tha ahootlnc of
Coatello and clubbing of Dietrich came
B far aa a reporter for The Even
In World could unravel to-day, the
tangled thread! of clrcumatance sur
roundlne the early Sunday morning
occurrence outilde of the Mountain
House, a roadhouae on Pallaade ave
nue, near Cortlaadt street, they lead
to thli approximate atory of the aa
aaalt. BOADHOUSE PrtOPRIiTOR'8 VER
SION OF SHOOTING.
Between mMnlatt and 4 o'clock on
Sunday morning t'oUoeman Dietrich. In
the courea of hla beat, dropped Into
the Mountain Houaa. A danoe wae in
progroee In the vtololty; tha barroom
waa filled with nolay revellers of both
aexea. Benjamin FnaaHU. tha propri
etor of the road houae, took Dietrich
aside and told him that eight men. who
were particularly noiay a tha bar,
would probably try to give him trouble
when they got mora drank than they
ware; wouldn't Dletrloh come back af
ter he had reported off duty at 4
Dietrich reported off duly at Ponce
Headquarters at 4 o'clock and after
changing Into cltlaan'a clothea ho called
up the Mountain Houae from tha deck
telephone and told Foeeettl that ho waa
coming right out there on the oar.
Dietrich reached the reeort about harf
an hour afterward. Thlnga were aa tha
proprietor of the place had anticipated
eight men In the bar, which ehould have
lieen cloeed hy police regulation! at 1
o'clock, were notey and quarreleome.
According to Foaaettt'a atory he took
Dietrich in a rear office room behind the
bar to talk to hkn and while they wore
elttlng there In the dark a window
it. Ne;ir tun
etreet he fnu.M
looking on the atreet opened and a man
emrteii to -r i in.
JUMPED THROUGH WliMDOW TO
GRAPPLE WITH MAN.
Then, aa the sMMI PCOprtetOf COM III'
uea to tell the tale, 1MH'!i Jumped
through aha window Htu grappled wlUi
the man. whom 'he tifk to be a bur
glar, rrhniod lately ihe eight nnlny in-ti
In the lr run outside iiikI Im-kuii o eui-
Vound the fleM.T. .'.nttl dl r.,.-
If wlthdre'v He iieard three Ptatol
ahota and lenwM out on the at CO el
one whl there tnit IXnrlch and :i
lying aprna-led on tht pavometll
seta ventured ceiJtiOUK
un nt it, form In tht
Dtotrtph'i gun and
Hull. U I,' - . h. hfi.t tin f ,'i
l'ollce lle.nlfuarti i deapt a hi! cltl
2en"a ctlothea, Dietrich was waatderiag
blindly ahout muttering.
WtlOtJ an ughUfaajoa 1wk the two men
to the hoe;!tal flh- one with the three
Inillet wounda laOfMIAod hsnieelf aa Get
tiilo. nil? he ffjawa BO oralon of tha
evcrvlii precllng the" affriy. IXtrtch re
peat c I piri'rt-llke ihitf I, e had ahH a
man wiin wai trying to lrea,k Into Koa
Took (lae hat Will Recover.
Catherine Nlghwllder. employed by
Miri. John llolmagel at No. Ml Kant
Reventy-alxth atreet, attempted to kill
hemelf with gaa In the kitchen early
to-day. rollceman Mulvry of the Rait
Plxtyieventh etreo: alntlon, had her
Bent to Presbyterian llonpltal in in
ambulance. She - II recover.
How She Fooled the Doctor
Three yeera ago my little girl, Angela,
wai taken lick with ecnrlct fever and
later drnpiy art in; Iter face and liinha
iwelled and her eye ptifled. A lending
phyiician, here at the time, treated her
without 'he ilightrit mirceii. A anniplr
of your wimp-Roo! having lieen left at
the home it the time, I reiolved to try
it, and ai it agrrrd with her itomarh I
continued tiling it with grateful result.
The Inflammation began to iul.iidc after
he had taken the liral fifty-cent hottle,
and after ihe took two large bottle ihe
wai pronounced cured by the doctor and
hai been in good health ever eince. The
doctor came to ice her every day and c
anvined her every iccond day until he pro
nounced her kidneyi in perfect condition
Now, then, the doctor wai under the
impression that I wai giving my girl hi
medicine, hut ai hii medicine had failed
to do a bit of good, and desiring not
to offend him, I did not tell him I wai
giving her Swamp-Root and he did not
know the difference. 1 did not use one
drop of hii medicine after I started my
girl on Swamp-Hoot, and have always
felt that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root laved
my girl" i lite, for which 1 am grateful.
I cannot praise it too highly.
MRS. MARY BYRNE,
New Brunswick. N. i.
State of New Jersey I
County of Middleaeif M'
Mn. Mary Byrne, being duly iworn by
me, according to law, on her oath laith
that the above itatement made by me 1
juit and true. MRS. MARY BYRNE.
Sworn and aubacrlbed to before me,
this 16th day of July. A. P., IMS.
MARGARET P O'DONNELL,
later a Ce.,
Pmi Wfeit Snip-Root Will Do Far Yob
Send to Dr. Kilmer k Co., Bingham
too. N. Y., for a aample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneyi and bladder. When
writing, be lure and mention the New
Yoik livening World. Regular fifty
cent and one dollar ilae bottlei for tale at
all drug itorri.
gLT Ftmtut Ur Tktir Suits
f nth Ave. 17 th
O Corner ff Street
Specially Planned and Arranged for
TO-MORROW (ELECTION DAY)
Drastic Reduction Sale
Finest Tailored Suits
Women & Misses
f Jit 1 :
Suits of Broadcloth
Suits of Novelty
Suits of Men's Wear Sertfe
Suits of Velvet & Corduroy
Suits of Two Tone Diagonals
There arc about 5000 magnificent suits involved in this
tale- garments that cannot be matched anywhere at our prices
up to the lull standard of Jackson's style, Jackson's qual
ity, Jackson'a tailoring, Jackson's value giving possible only
by reason of special fartfc orders this store is able to place
America largest and highest class suit makers.
FOUR FINED FOR SELLING
IMPURE MILK AND EGGS.
Penalties Inflicted Ranged From
SSu Id $2U for a HrM
I'.iir violators .f Um rhire Koo lawn
of th, .-Jfate pie jilid guilty In the Court
..f BSoatal geafieni, Manhattan, is dsr
Itlsi Ban 1 1 Oaretina, managaf of at,,r-.
ln conJenfe4 mtlU ;jt:.n at No. S7
linvurii itrrat, aleagao guiny to SelUng
Impure milk 7 pr esat, low in sot Ida
Hcauip ,f i hr fu ! Mm she tasrr
:omnanr had twice before been con
victed of a almtlar orfi-nne Preildlng
Juatlee Itmiell flnu' the young woman
Henry MfU, a grorer of No. IH
I'.lghlh avenue, plrmled goHW lo aelllBg
mllli 1 per 'ent. low. Ai Meyer hid
len cnnvl 'ted on -e hefore JiulU'e Km
ell Impoied a Hne of $3.'
CbSrles Hummenleln, an egg dealer at
No. HI Itlvlngton utreel, pleaded guilty
10 sell rnttrn c-ggi, fASpMtOt F.lward
Well of the Board of Health found
eighty-one nnd eg" In Hummeriteln-"
tnri on 'let. 12. Humuiere'eln w:i fined
Herman Bersh, l anther egg dealer '
No. '."21 ind itreet, wai fined 3 for
trylnn I) diipoie r,f dei-ayed !
STORE CLOSES ONE O'CLOCK ELECTION DAY.
JfrankUn Simon & Co.
Will Close Out Tuesday Morning
Women's Suits, Dresses & Coats
Women's Winter Coats
Seven-eighth and full-length models of chin
chilla, trtfuck, Scotch heather mixtures,
diagonal serge or cheviot, in black, navy, t 0 A
Oxford or brown. Heretofore $29.50 to $39.50 1 0.5U.
Women's Tailored Suits
Dressy or tailored suits of imported diagonal
cheviot, English serge, Bedford cord, broad
cloth, epongc or Ottoman cloth, coat silk
lined, wool interlined, latest model skin. rt rt
Heretofore $34.50 to $49.50 25.UU
Women's Dressy Gowns
Afternoon or evening gowns of charmeuse silk,
crepe meteor, silk faille or chiffon over silk, in
black and all odors. 0
Heretofore $29.50 to $39.50 I O.dU
SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY MORNINC.
Women's and Misses' Fur Coats
Moire Pony Coats
Full length semi-loose model of light weight pony fkJns,l
Fur Trimmed Pony Coats
Of moire posy skins, large collar of civet fur. natural or
skunk raccoon. Value 971.10
French Seal Coats
Of Nns quality French 6tl draped to aide with silk
cora ornament. vi
Caracul Coats (Civet Cotlsr and Cuffs)
Of well matched Caracul skins, deep collar end cuffs
of Civet Fur. Value $135.00
f ranfcUn Simon & Go
Will Close Out Tuesday Morning
Misses' Suits, Dresses & Coats
Misses' Tailored Suits
Latest models of cheviot, diagonal, broadcloth,
tweed or serge ; smart tailored coats, silk lined,
interlined ; new model skins.
14 to 20 years. Heretofore $29.50 to $39.50
Misses' Winter Coats
Seven-eighth and full-length modela of navy,
brown or gray chinchilla, zibeline, double-faced
fabrics, Scotch fleece cloths. , 0
14 to 20 years. Heretofore $25.00 to $39.50 lo.SO
Misses' Afternoon Dresses
Of charmeuse silk, crepe meteor; also navy
blue or black English serge. t .
14 to 20 years. Heretofore $18.50 to $29.50 14.50
SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY MORNING.
Youths' and Boys' Clothing
Roys' Winter Suits
With extra pair of knickerbockers. Single and double
breasted Norfolks, slso plain coal models, of all wool
fabrics p- p.
7tol8yeara. Value $9.7$ 0.5U
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats
Button-to-neck model. In nsvy or Oxford, wool lined,
velvet collar. s nt?
3 to 10 years. Value $9.75 O.V5
Young Men's Suits
Two or three button English aack models of nsw blue
cheviot, Scotch tweed or cheviot.
32 to 40 chest. Value $15.75
Young Men's Overcoats
English Guard belted back model of Imported chinchilla,
in navy blue, Oxford or brown.
32 to 40 chest. Value $27.60
Lord & Taylor
hounded 1 826
Specials for Tuesday (Election Day)
Store Open Until 6 V. M.
Misses 9 & Children 's PTear
Children's Chinchilla Coats
4 to 16 Years.
Good quality chinchilla, all lined
with flannel, belted model.
Girls ' Dresses
4 to 14 Years.
Of all wool serges and fancy
plaids, several models.
' Value $12.50 J
Misses 9 & Juntor Coats
Two toned boucle cloth,
throughout, and fur collar.
Of heavy mixtures and plain color
cloths, in a variety of colors and
Misses 9 & Junior Dresses
Of all wool serges, velvet or broad- 1
cloth trimmed. Value $15.00 J v? 0. 75
Of satin meteor and charmeuse,
splendid model for afternoon wear,
in all colors. Value $25.00
Special Values in Misses9
& Children 9s Trimmed Hats
An assortment of desirable styles suitable for school wear
in velours, felts, stitched velvets, satins and taffetas.
Colors are taupe, blue, brown, red and black. Also a
number of chic styles for dress or street wear made of
black velvet, trimmed with dainty colors.
$1-95, $3-95 & $5-95
Formerly $4.50 to $11.00.
l6-Button Elbow Length
White Glace Mousquetaire Gloves
2-Clasp Roundseam Glace Gloves
Soft pliable skins,
Tan, slate, black
Value $1 00
Specials in Neckwear
Chemisettes & Sleeveless Guimpes I
Of shadow lace and plain net. J Jyt
Plain Net Guimpes
Long sleeves, edged with pleating on
sleeve and jabot effect.
Shadow Lace Stock Collars
Full jabot attached, white and ecru.
Satin Tailored Stocks
White pique turnovers. Black and waits),
50C & 75C
Imported Lace Collars
Variety of shapes for dresses and coats,
60c to $1. 75
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
Lord & Taylor
Specials for Tuesday (Election Day)
Store Open Until 6 P. M.
Women's Boots and
Tuesday and balance of the week
Considering the present high cost of good
quality shoes this sale presents the greatest
values in high-grade footwear that we have
Boots for all occasions
Beautiful Evening Slippers
Values $6.00 to $8.00
Values $5.00 and $6.00
3TgVJ Season 's Smartest Models
in Walking and Dress Boots
Low college or high Cuban
heels. Values $5.00 and $6.00
An Exceptional Offering of
Women 9s Tailored Suits & Coats
Made Especially For Lord & Taylor
High Class Tailored Suits
Made of the best imported winter materials,
in the season's most desirable models,
hand tailored, lined with the best quality
peau de cygne, and warmly interlined.
Tailored Suits of chiffon broadcloths, two
toned nnd plain diagonals, velvet and braid
trimmed or strictly tailored models, lined
and warmly interlined. Special at
Street and Touring Coats
The season's most attractive models. Made
of the best materials. Plush collars nnd
braid bound, smart ornament for side
fastening. Value $25.00
Fur Collared Coats
An entirely new 50 inch length model of
velour-de-!aine, with moleskin collar and
handsome ornament for side fastening, lined
throughout with best quality peau dc
and warmly interlined.
Smart Tailored Eponge Dresses
For street wear, in all the Autumn Shades,
$15-50 & $19-50
for dressy afternoon wear. Three quarter
length can be worn over any dress. Bluck
with white collar and cuffs Special at
2 to 5 Years.
All lined, box or belted model.
Gray, navy and brown
White Repp Dresses
New model embroidered seal
lop and belt. Value $8.70
A full line of Children's Caps and Bonnets
of Corduroy and Silks
50C. 98c & $1.25
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St
FIFTH A VE 31 tb and 38th Sts.
A seven-time World Want worKs all th j week.
Order one to-Jay and prosper.