THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER B, 19H.
AUTO TRUCK NC
Two tittle Girls Run Down
and Seriously Injured by
MACHINE HITS MAN.
Driver Thrown ( Hit by Plight
ened Horse, Youth Who
Stops It Hurt.
A boy was killed, a man nas mortally
hart and to small girls were seriously
Injured In street aorldents that occurred
wMJiln about an Injur of one another
yesterday afternoon. Two men were
baAly Injured In a runaway last night.
The "hoodoo" number, 13. wan an ele
ment in the fatality.
The boy who met death was Thomas
LonMno. eight, of No. 21W gSIIIISUl ave
nue), lie ha.l been pl.iylim with com
panions, and about 4 O'OeSOa Btartnl for
home. To m ike a short cut he d irteil
across the avenun bttwasjn OBI Hundred
and Twelfth and One Hundred and
Thirteenth streets. He was so Intent on
reaching the other side hn dirt not see
an auto truek, owned by the Oscar
Daniels Construction Company, which
Is building the lexinirton avenue sub
George E. Millard of No. 152 Kast
CJeie Hundred and Thirteenth street, w-hi
r operating the truck, which la No.
applied the emergency brake,
sounded his horn and ehoutei to the
lad. who looked up In time to see the
ponderous vehicle upon him He tried
to leap aside, but a front wheel struck
him. knocked him down and went over
him. Billing him. Dr. Somervllle was
called from Harlem Hospital, but there
was nothing he could do.
LITTLE GIRLS HAVE NARROW
The excitement of this accident had
not died out when two-yenr-old Fanny
Shapiro of No. 67 Kaat Ono Hundred
aad Tenth etreet and Col rile ohrttU,
sua age. of No. Itl East One Hun
dred and Fifteenth street, narrowly
escaped death. The children were
walking down Third avenue hand In
head. They had some pennies and
ware discussing the most profitable
way 4o lnveat them. In front of Her
man Bfl's furniture store, at No. MM.
food his horse and truck, on which
was Morris Kruger. the driver. The
deeply engrossed children wore severs!
doors away when the horse became
frightened at some sparks from the
third rail of the 1. and leaped to the
The crowds Battered, but the two
children didn't s"e the animal, whlc'i
knociced thiyii down. They were carried
to a store and lr. Komi rvllle again was
railed from Harlem Hospital. He sai'!
the children bad Internal Injuries' and
were In a serious condition. They were
taken to the hospital
John Hoffmeister. twenty-elaht, a club
steward, of No. 414 West Forty-ninth
street was rhc adult victim of the street
mishaps. As he crossed l'lfth avenue
between Fifty-sixth and Klfty-sev.'iith
streets about f o'clock lie was struck
by an automobile D Wiled by Allied E.
""'Mis of No lis Kast Fifty-fourth
s:reet. an Insurance broker, with offices I
No. 100 WUHatn street. His wife was
In the auto on her way downtown to
meet him. Ian!e Thomas, the chauf
feur, was at the wheel.
WOMAN RUSHES INJURED MAN
TO HOSPITAL IN AUTO.
As so n as HoffmelsUr had been hit
Hie aW ;hlne was stopped and Mrs.
''ortls alighted. She Insisted the man
he placed In the car. and then rushed
him to Fl.wer Hospital He fill two
broken rlh.i. possible fr.ictnte of the
skull, a-i well as ruts snd bruises.
.V horse drawing a delivery wagon,
driven by Ml. ha. I Kerrigan, fifty-five,
of No 2231 Third avenue, was frightened
by an auto at Ninety-eighth street and
First avenue abou-. 7 o'otock and ran
away. Kerrigan was Hung from the
seat, striking on his head.
At One Hundred and First street
Pavld F-lilnan. nineteen, of No. IMS;
First avenue seised the galloping snl
mal's bridle. The horse dragged him
alnnir, narrowly mlsslnt several women
and children. The horse then aide
wiped another wagon with Feldman,
WhOeS irm was broken. Despite his In
Jury he hung on and finally stopped the
In Roy took MMmaa and Kerrigan,
who had a scalp wound, to the Itrcep- I
There a ore no arrests.
mmm Double Q9 Trading Stamps Until I o'Glock, Single Stamps Tttereaiter Soap Wrappers. Tobern Tag,. c
AUGUST QUERTREPP DYING.
August Quertrepp. Treasurer of Fred
erick I.oeser and Company of Brook
lyn, and In the Arm's employ for forty
live years. Is dying at his borne In
I.eff.'rts place, Richmond Hill, Queens.
It was learneri last night that Mr.
Quart repfl was etrlcken on Saturday
nlfrhl and has been unconscious almost
ever since. His family and physicians
held out little hope for him.
Mr. Uuertrepp Is an old and Intimate
friend of Jacob A. Rlls and one of the
best known men in Queens Borough.
For a cleanly bath
room viae .
The bathroom should be
given a daily cleaning and a
weekly scrubbing. Nothing
is better than a solution
made by dissolving Gold DtZSt
washing powder in water.
Thoroughly scrub and
scald basin and closet with
the hot suds and pour down
the pipes boiling water to
which has been added Gold
Dust in proportion of two
tablespoons of Gold Dost to
every gallon of water.
Clean the nickel and brass
fixtures in bathroom by rub
bing with equal parts of
whiting an d Gold Dost
powder. Inside Information
is sold in BC j
s 1 a e a n d J
large pack- 1
ages. Tht I
"Ll (As Cold Dm Tinas do j
OPEN ON ELECTION DAY
Better Clothes for Less" the Message of Apparel Week
TnuewRutv5T Apparel Week has an important message for every man and woman who is willing to save money on winter clothing,
fffefty mm i ml - 7w By shrewd planning we are now able to offer men's and women's winter apparel, right up-to-the-minute in style, nnd saHsfac
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ings are sold out, it may be impossible for us or any other store to duplicate them; so if you want to save, take advantage
of these values at once - -come in tomorrow.
850 Fur Napped White
Beavers, $5.98 to $6.98
values, here st
Rocker with Every
Turkish Rocker with
every " Purchase.
LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS
$5 DT $75
APARTMENT i7.50Dowii $1 Aft
Furnished Irom V on V-IVW
859to$500$10 "z $150
models at l'v $
Hand Blocked Velvet Hats
Each a$2or$H A Oft
Beautiful velvet hats, particularly suit
able for dressy wear, in all the best Paris
shapes, both large, small and medium, and
in the best colors, such as black, brown,
navy and taupe, Lnmmcd free
Women's $2.50 Waists
We mean every word we
say when we tell you thai
iy when we tell you that
ese are the pret- wM QQ
est waists we've v I Qy
ver seen at . . JL
Wonderful Values in Beavers
Also a Splendid Show
ing of Black and Col
ored Beavers, at
All Hits purcl id here trimmrd (rrr.
I Main Moor.)
and Fetching Lace
Stirring Sale Women's $12 Coats
It'm not that these coat are
priced at almoat half that'a ao
Important, but that they're each
excellent valuea to he&ln with.
$12 coata, all of them, at . . .
Women who demand smart style and good service of their clothe
and who do not want to pay the high prices ajked by moat storas wilt
welcome this sale tomorrow of regular $12 coats at $7.69.
There are awarder twotone Boucle Qoata.
Chinchilla Goata. Boxed iSloth Goata and
Stunning Street Goatn of Ker
scvb, Zlbellnea and FancyAflx-
tureato oc Drier, au tne sea-
aon'a very latest modela
The three pictured show the large rolling collar, cuffs of reversed
cloth: buttoning close to neck; others trimmed with large collar
and cuffs of velvet, satin or imitntion Persian lamb. All
full length models, cut 52 and 54 inches long, some half ,
lined with guaranteed satin, loose or semi-fitted, single '
or double breasted, in black, navy, tan and brown, sizes
34 to 51. at
Choice of many dainty styles, in light
or dark colors. They are all cleverly
designed with lace yokes, panels of em
broidery. Others have the new Robes
pierre collars and ornamented with glass
buttons; also long or three-quarter
sleeves, open front or back models.
Thetr wsiiti srr moitly low nrcki. msdr in vtnous wsys;
lomr hsvr rluny Isce insertion!, otheri hsvrfint pa
embroidery; oprn back it vlei; among this lot you Jfcjfr
will find some tailored models; st fwWs
High cr low neck modrU, in all ihadra ; plain or fsnry
wrsvei, tingle or doublr brrsalrd. and 4 M
ornsmrnled with pearl buttons. $2.79 1
I Seeend Henr. I
Our Values in Rugs and Linoleums Are Famous
Wc carry the largest stock of serviceable medium priced Rugs in
town. We sell better grades at each price than other stores.
Royal Axminster Rugs
Empire Seamless Brussels Rugs
In 4 sizes, at this year's lowest price. A make that we have sold for the past 9 years with
entire satisfaction. Only pure worsteds used in thes?, which produce colorings seldom
found in Brussels Rug..
Floral and Oriental designs
for parlors, dining rooms, etc.
Size 9s 1 2, regularly : Size 6.3x10.6. reg.
R '13.69 .t22 '12.98
The best assortments ol Linoleums aad Oilcloths ever ottered at these prices.
I7.SO lradei .. !H12; I am.SO iradei MSS
at BIO. DM 1 ).. l
IIMH) (iradei Ua 7. lis
ii : ui as.Tn
$45 Russian Pony Skin
Fur Coats, $OQ.65
UjSrH . AtSamg ofls mm 3
mi Here Is a Wonderful Opportunity to Save
Over $15 on a Fine bur Coat
Made of soft, lustrous skins that were dyed in France,
carefully matched and made in a SO-inch model, with
deep rolling collar and turn back cuffs, lined throughout
with rich silk brocade or Skinner s satin.
$39.75 Russian Pony and
French Coney Coats
Beautifully msrkrd. Chapelle dyed skins, in sn up-to-date AA FA
model; lined with rich brocade snd Skinner'i satin, in pretty W
shades; WM M to 18 and J4te44; special ii
Excellent patterns in tiles, florals, mattings,
04lc fork l.tnoleumn nnl
N.DoaSSt flour i-overln.;
2 yard wdle; st. O O
Kqusr. yard OOC
etc., in light and dark colorings
IriimM 2 in u
i i .j ii.ii r
I .X" l-io. nmr I7iB vunU
t .guar. r.rd.
Fourth Moor. I
! mi intra
A Idea SamiMoa'. ROn
tloor Ollelolhsi pn
qu.r. yard. . . saVB
Choice of These Fur Coat
Mink Marmot Coats, value 172 V)
Moire Pony Coats, value $70 00
Caracul Skin Coats, value $75.00
Large assMtSMal ol extra size far esali at law prices; i
i o $4.
100 Far Waatarn Black Wolf
Scarfs to Match, C'JQC
( SrranS nwr. i
160 Fur Sots of BaLjlan Lyns
and Far Westsm Dlus
WoM. valus $7.95. - n-
Table Ms, Towels, Etc.
i Less Than Regular Prices
Because we made an extraordinarily heavy purchase of Tabic Cloths we
managed to get them at 1-3 less than prevailing prices. All of them have a
tiny mill stain here or there, but are otherwise perfect.
They srr Pattern Table Cloths rutra heavy pure white sstm damask clothi with large
beautiful circular pattern, slightly imperiect.
2 yard. long. CJ 1 Oft Aysrdilong. fljl yl I 3 yardi long,
3.00 HEMBTITCHIID TABLE
CLOTII yards long, extra
heavy, purti whits, wlih noat, protty
pmiernw. io i . ii. I), or
mall order Riled; haVS
tiny mill Htalnx, limit 3 to
a customer; each
1.25 HEMMED DAMASK MAPKUT8
ISO doson, lr.e lixll in ; purs
wiiiii', nerivy cralo, with
pretty pattarna; nono O
D. ; per do.cn
33o BLEAOHED BHEETINO .Full
214 yards arid, srall known brand:
irn rrtjoi oTsaing; win
mak.. irnod woiring ahoets
21, yard. long. CJ- A J
value $2.19. ea iJllaT
Writ ii -1 ,
yardi long. 1 7 7
value $2.69. ea kJVXaa L
TUBIISE BATH TOWELS '
ilozi-n, extra vi.,. Ii. it'll loWelM. some
fringed, with colored bordora, others
mire white hemmed; limit
. dozen; none C. O. P.
value Ike and 2ne; SaOh
12',o BLEACHED MUSLIKB 1
well known brands ; 3i in. wll , in
:t to 20 vurd ieiiKths; nurs ootton
without unv dreaslim; no
r. i). l. or mull orders;
limit 20 yanlK. at. yard. . .
tS.OO HEMMED AND rSHOED
ED urassBB r.x 1 1 a
noavj oroohst with large,
beautiful niiirnellles de
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Women's Blanket Robes
or German Flannel Kimono Gowns
I'he Robes have nest reversible ttripet. cir- rf m A A
ulsr rollan. turnover cufli, (inithed with gir- II 3 1
Jlr, kimono sownt trimmed with tstin or Isncy T I ""
border, tailor collars, satin bands or deep I
shirred yokes, belted t waist JL
Houae Dresses, in nest checked or striped designs, high or
Dutch neck models, neatly piped snd trimmed with
lite rut, contrasting colors, high girdle effects, full skirts, lin-SIK-.
ishrd with hem; sizes 36 to 46, st
Dressing oacquea ol I
nrletle. in pretty striped
figured tff OCtSi shirred at waist, 1 ft
irnlhped rd(C- -a-kl
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Dressing Sacquaa snd kimonos, o'
Crrmsn flannel, high or V-neck,
slurred or belted want, values to tw
75c, st T'C
Sreond I lour. I i.iwww
PreThanks(ivin$ Sale of
Dining Room Tables
The Thankasivins season is Dining Table time and we've D re Da red an at'
tractive line at prices that will command I Ash Abovt Oar I
the interest of thrifty purchasers
UberaJ Credit I a.
Medicines and Toilet Goods
I Main llnnr.)
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and All Sewing Troubles
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This wonderful machine, wiih its many exclusive improvements
over all other machines, is the machine you want. Its first cost
is less and it costs less to ru;i, and lasts longer jbun any other
machine because of these features:
u of ball Boatings,
tench l.rg Doign and Dustlcss
otary Spool Pin, the Shuttle
Ejector, Improved Head Latch.
Automatic Locking Drawers,
Belt Guard, Automatic Teruion
Release, Automatic Thread Con
Don't Buy Any Machine
Any Price Until
The Free Umion-
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S2.00&S2.50 Blankets at . IJ
German wool finish, whil snd gray, l ull strr. warm and rom $1 BU If
fnrtable juM what-you-nred-alnd. Limit 3 pairs; i.o msil. I H TV
C. 0. D. or (;hune orders, pair LLCr
ail.no HBAVt hunk.: rs .Australian I ." saTRIIM iiniini in n CUM.
o mo niip 'IIiikii; V 1 1 1 1 1, rtll'l .i. yii.i -..,.. r iii-.i nn ii t W i
I solorod bordersi mna large 1 7Qi'i.i iiuuii'v , seen ii.ot
S I .on 1 1,, rr I'urr Mutt I
leiM. ror eensllaatles mttt
Keen. Cliarro rnwlr III
urtlte Tablet. .... Itsr
:."' Ijuluarrl.. for solils.
llrown'a tllaturr l.orrli
i imi ni,ir t ir UaU
nine sml llrrrbwlas , 4Be
SVI.1NI I mill. Inn nr i on ,. . . . , . ,.
u.er on. . . ntr fmeit polished finish, 42 inches dia
nhiili". ( niiiimiiiiil I Jf i
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$16.75 Dining Tables
A remarkable value in this handsome,
heavy golden oak tsble. Note tha pjen
didly fluted and turned centre pillar.
the graceful legs and
1 1 ii f, , u o . i
claw feet. Quartered oi(A7l
top of 42 mches. perfectly I Vi
polished, at JL I-"""
$20 Dining Tables
A beautiful carved table of selected
and quartered golden oak. Top has
meter, extends 6 ft. Very
massive pillar, with large t
.r.'. .l knmlf nn Irul unit
massive claw fret, at. . .
c false ; tinlr s v i nwmr MlHll i r.tiiir.n ni i,un . - s, ... ... i i.- . n m l '
sj...i HISTKII WKIIilll lOMKIKT- Kill, rt lth rinr .,..;. n ,lu, r..lh.r.. FI01JK tin' inVlr 1,1.1 $ 5. 8i f . AiVl S . il.V nrr II lltCl
! ihi Pall sis. rills-i ;tn snitoa. eovi ml tti, fr in. r i r tun. , I ifLUflt "'" ''" " "'" 1 ' " ' " 1 '" iwsv,
IhS? $1.35l.an;l.,!,,.r!.,!,'k.'BV 58c Ibu..lK'- tj it
38-Piece Dinner Sets ifZ TTli -
Made of thin Porcelain, neat
gold stamp decoration.
There are 6 dinner plates, 6 soup
platt s, 6 cups and taucrs, 6 fruit
saucers 6 individual butter chips,
I meat platter and I U.wl
ROL'D OATS V: 10 n, 33rRUslNS n
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FRUIT CAKE ,w.k i
100-Piece $7 Decorated Dinner Sets $.'js
Complete Service tor 12 People, special at (f
Porcelain, n'j' rosr d'j orations, twocovere.1 disliei Snd I wo me.it Utters
HtVS '!i;h' imp H "t ion, bill fVStSf piess ir. rr .reptile
I LAYER CAKE!
11 Rri Mltvuc
l gr.l.tr It.
$3.50 Cut (.tits, Fern Ufsh
i ni dsMrationi
hit. latrKe slice.
ii Hau'-- iaiutifui ' Ku i r i Moll, !
in tt i'rtt y nnw vrtr p a l l ilnllltJi. I d
Decorated Porcelain Cups and Saucers, Pair 5c
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VuMi?.. iHRANPY -.". I
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I1. I1..11J. 75c
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Wines and Llquora Frulta and Vegetables
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UTH STREET STOKE. HENRY SlEGIst. Praa't -DOUBLE LIBERTY TRADING STAMPS UNTIL 1 -O'CLOCK. SINGLE STAMPS THEREAFTER,
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