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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919.
OCTETTE OF STARS,
j ALL ON ONE LINER
Gcraldine Farrar Bothering
About Scotti Engagement?
Well, She Guesses Not.
CARUSO'S NEW STORY.
Slezak's German Dog Sus
pected of Being a Cala
veras Skunk Hound.
"If all the warblra of tha warblara
had tetn warbled, what a liver and
Wobb wouM h-iva wranchad bh Kron
print WlHwlin. aoalward winging with
world-admitted wind r of thu
Thua In atartllng Umugh pprfnctly
fluent alllt.ratlin Bllljr Guard, the cura
tor of rht Metropolitan Opera Hcnjaa
BiMiKi'li" . eiprta.i I himattlf to-day aa
tbr Nor: 'i (lermaii l.loyd lln.r draw 'ip
to her wliarf : r t . thr run acroaa from
Kur': , for on her wide dnrka the bora:
ElilHT gCtWTI LATINO KINUKKH
I COUNT KM a
Curator Guard thumbad a little Hat
m he lrand gracefully agalnat a pil
lar of tha pier waiting for the running
out of the gangplank. Uarltonea.
baaao. (auoia and r.uprano; Arabian.
Bohemi.n, German. Putch and Italian:
IMacullne. feminine nnd one QiraH
hrplierd dog that waa the way hia
lltne notaa were tabulated. If II
hadn't bean that hla tasl waa atallad
on the way to the pier the curator of
the Metropolitan aviary would have
flnlahed working out thla little prob
letn of mualc and aatrmiomy:
If all the notea ever aung by tha
awet'i aingera on the Kninprlna VVIIhelm
were placed end to end what wuula
have been Tafia plurullty In Alabajna
If T. II had atayed out of the race?
The ganppianfc Wag finally tatttanod
dawn and tbun. amid tha ahowar of
bouquelt of American Ueauttea and
Ruaalan vlo'ala -trlflaa with wh.ch Cu
rator Guard kiepn hla aotigbirla in
good humor down atepped the fanioua
poaaaaaora of tao.Ouo thruata. It ua
take thorn In the order they datcindy
tha gangplank, api talk Una little cam
nwtnta at goaalp about each: In tula way
we ah ail avoid hurting any dllate
ganafautlet by teaming to give precad
ac to any:
INTER ENRICO CARUSO, PRE
WTBXOO CABUSO, Taaor, XtaUaa
Big. Caruao brlnga hla well known lenor
voice with him and aleo about ten Inohet
leaa girth Of thlt latter fact Mlg. Ca
ruao It particularly proud. He haa
been banting wherever he had room to
bftnt all over I'.uropc and ... a ha haa
Boon I beaten a rioman bUck for ban la
8lg. Caruao alao brlnga all of hit med
al, a lame crop of which he haa been
harveattng In varloua cltU't of Import
ance acroaa the water, lilt gaMery In
clude the Ited K i. It- (Kal.vr Wllheliui:
the medal of Arte and gojancet (King
Of Wurtemburg), Order of St. MMitel
(Prim e nogrm of Bavaria), St Vltue of
Crate (Sanjak of Novlpaaar).
Dig. Caruao alao brlnga with him a
fary. very funny etory. It Ih abotH hla
two eona, Rudolfo and Enrico. It It ao
funny The Evening World la afraid to
tall It; Big. Caruao may have It copy-
American M1-" Farrar I ' lhat the
rtporta of her lllnrta In Munich nad
hern greatly exaggerated. Hhe waa
feeling very lit now and certainly
would alng In the Metropolitan aea
aon. Alao, the didn't cure a tum-tlddy-m
If K of the tenor, waa engaged.
Why ehould aha?
LBO lUUli Tenor i Bohemian
Han Sleaak la ttlll tlx feet four Uicka
tall anil he bat hf aioent wtth blm
when he apeaka Eagllth. ile alto haa
with him Pchnauael. a German thep
herd dogat leaat llarr Alotak taya he
It German ahepherd dot. But he
lonka like tha well-known breed of
akunk hound ralaed In Caiavaraa
EMMY DESTI NN'8 SIX MONTHS
BMnTT OMTOTi oyrano; Bohemian;
-Mint. I " -i nn haa with her a bouijuet
of dowera alx montha old. The flowwa
were dipped Into a aecret chemlcnl
preparation, the Invention of a German
ftoriat. wlilch preaervea them Indefinite
ly In their preatlne beauty. It alao
inakea Ihnm glow red and green at
night. w)il?h glvoa a pleating affect. The
bouquet la valued at 11M
D1VH OII.LT i Barttonai Arabian
M. Gllly ttlll haa Ml pleating voice and
alao a high regard for Mine. DeMlnn.
XAnL JOB i Tenor; Behemlaa Ah
aolutelv no goaalp aibout llarr Jorn.
ADAMO BtBVBl Baatoi Bn tales
Ditto ax to M. Dldur.
TMBg WBXX.I Barltoaat Oormaa
The aama may be aald for llerr well.
of No. 112 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn.
Friedman could r.ot help the police.
TTwre were no mtrka of violence on
' the body, which waa taken to fho
Morgue. An autopay will be performed
to tea whether or mit the man had been
I given knockout drop. Ile waa atpnut
thirty yeart old, had brown ayat and
J light brown hair and waa emooth-ahaven.
EX-DOORMAN FOUND DEAD.
Policeman Kindt Vete-an Connelly
In Bran Arenvray.
Whan Sergeant England of the Alex
ander avenue police at at Ion, Bronx,
turned the corner of WaJaa avenue ami
Heart One Hundred and Kurky-tvcond
atreex early to-day he found tha dpad
body or an aged man lying face down
ward In tha areaway of an unoonaplcrted
building on the nortbeaat corner, lie
had fallen and fra,eturd hla akull
One fhini a at the face of the dead man
made tha pjltitonan utter a cry of Mr
prlae and aorrow. He waa "OW1 Wooden
Ijoggwl" Connelly, hit full nama Patrick
Connelly, a Civil War veteran, and up to
five ycara ago the doorman of Kug
land'a own prei lnct.
OonnnMy wnt alxty year old. After
being honorably dltcharged from tha
army In law ha became a doorman In
the rati it Department and remained
until he waa retired on half pay.
lie waa well liked In the Bronx, at one
time being foreman of hi Mary'a Park
BODY IS FOUND ON ROOF.
TWASNT WIFIE SEARCHING
HIS PANTS; 'TWAS BURGLARS.
So YoutiK Bridegroom Gives Chase
and Nabs Pair With Policeman's
Aid on Street.
Harry C. Welch waa awofeenod from
a lata morning aleap to-day, following
olerglon ntght, by a atop 1n the 1cdrooni
of hit home. No IM Coney Itland ave
nue. Wejlch, who la twenty-three years
old, amd married mnly a few inonHn.
taw a me one ecarchlng hla trouaem
and atarliad aletfully a moment, think
ing the expected had come at laat. wh 'ii
auddenly he dlxovered that tha form
robbing hla pockett waa tha of a man.
with another man In the nhadow.
Welch It huaky and when he Jump":
out of bed and made for tha Intruder
they fled. Drawing on the rifled pnnt
and calling to hla bride, who arraye.,
heraalf In a kimono, Welch gave chaae
Down Coney laland avenue he puraunj
tha two men, eelxlng una and throw
ing him Juat at .Sergennt iYolffer, of
the rarkvllla avenut atatlon, grabbed
the other. One man .etlll bad $10.
which be Mole from Weleh't trouaere.
and tha other waa trying to get rid of
a two-foot Jimmy with a heavy knob.
The burglara were arraigned In Git
Flatbneh Court before Magistrate
Harrla and pleaded guilty, waiving aX
amUiatlon. and were hold without ball.
They aald they were brothera. Angeto
and Amedea Kuff. and had no home.
tS.i "i I i ! il
wPiiflVF. TOrfTH ti
r the anlal'e pa" attti
The tlbr.tlfig rnnalal tone jaal
II, ui tiaiuaaH hu tuaalat.
ad a perfect adjMtjneM 8
m'inl rata t uweadaol
nwMiitlon. la Um
lie iii ... nul l l. rmnitm ri.r T
all a) th iMWunrnt Uian an ota
..ns enavt Ue t of tenlua I J
, IIt f.,r penaaiil rrtireartoo W t
SSSTtimk "Wci the Behnlag alot.
mult l-e eenldid.
. .h or fu
crm.. nueaiei w"-
imn'W win i
Inldenllflrd Man'. I bell Had
I Been Hilled.
j The hridy of a well-dreed man, whnae
lata ha. I .... erlftm.l of Bl'rfl llilni.
,..,- ..... ....K.-- ....... I
lave tlx cenia nun n acy. waa lounn,
early to-day, on the roof of a one-atory
extenalon behind No. Weat Forty-
atvenlh ttreet. a looming houte for
negroet. Jtmel Taylor, who oonducta
the place, told '.he poll t ha dlaocvared '
. the body when he looked from the wln
, dow of hit room.
I There wat no mark of Identification
on the body The man't blue terge tult
had been porehaaed from II. Friedman
tkat gBackg of
he .kill of "ola
Tea tea make It thlt way: take t eupa
Preate, 1 pint tweet mtlk.t tableapoonaaugar,
I of butter, I S curt Indian mttl, I egg beaiaa.
Ml thla. Bake In quick oven.
Get Prctto Flour from your grocer.
Kecipea in and on every package.
3 Compity, DuffaJo R Y
ofM OTorcennd fVeatol
ta-r Ave. m
I SliaaiM. j 0 Corner 1
The Event of the Month Continues
November Coat Sale
5,000 Brand New
Coats to Choose
Coats of chinchilla in the smartest models and all colorings.
CoatS in the dashing English pluid backs.
Coats in the stunning black and white diagonal stripes.
Coats in rich imported boucles magnificent with ornament.
CoatS in W J full length motor, street and ulster styles.
Coats in plain, mannish effects, fancy models & trimmed styles
CoatS in serges & broadcloths for those who dress more sedately
10c en u ice vi IK oNprnyt becauie Utey f uarnte you protection againit bigber prlce, shoddy matrnalu nI caretets workmanabip.
ThnilUIldtf of III naTI aaaill WWW kav lalran nlvaniao. ni nut
SACRIFICE SALE OF 100,000 YARDS OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
comprising ntan bunorrd bandaomr fabrica, in all the popular an J many of our owiirxcluaive ileaigua. All Kooiln are guaranteed purr wool and regular
1(1 to S40 vuiuea. We will make (hem tu your meaturc fqr 10 dayt only, with a further guarantee that fit, atvle and workmaubip shall he up
to the Corday itandard- in thort, we will make you a tult or an overcoat that will be "THE TALK OF NEW YORK FOB. THE MONEY.
jfranklfn Simon & Co.
An Extraordinary Sale
22 Paris Model Gowns
Highest class decollete evening gowns, of charmeuse silk,
with rich tunics of silver, gold, pearls and rhinestones.
Co$t to Import $195.00 to $295.00
18 Paris Model Wraps
Evening Wraps of chiffon velvet, brocade velvet or charmeuse ;
Limousine Wraps of Velour de Lain, Ratine or Velour
Mixtures, from Drecoll, Francis, Poirei, Bechoff
David and other Paris fashion creators.
Cot to Import $195.00 to $315.00
19 Paris Model Tailored Suits
Late fall models from Poiret, Paquin, Francis, Bernard, Bechoff
David, Linker and other Paris fashion creators.
Cott to Import $195.00 to $295.00
FIFTH A VE, 37th and 38th Sts.
Et. SO Years
&6S Sixth Ave TP Stmt
Why Join a "Club"
in order to Get Credit?
Thtre'i a lot of aiUy talk about tha "club plan" of buying. Don't be
deceived. Anything that incroaaet expenea mutt ba tackmd on fo thm
No initiation faa, no duet, no red tap about Kelly t Credit Plan.
Tha firtt dollar you pay him, and entry dollar you pay hurt appliea on
your purchate. You do not have to "join a club" to buy from Kelly
at outer f price: Ha tella you whatever you want, on aaay payment.,
and doean't aak you to pay a cant for what othara tall you la a
m f w i
Brings to your home this handsome Par
lor Suit, Loose Cushions, JOO CH
Week in Green Silk Plush.
1" Furnished $
5 FrnUbed S 1 QC
Remember, You Can Depend Upon Anything That Kelly Sella.
T. KELLY. 263 6th Ave.! 104-106 W. 17th St.
aa 10 TO 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE
uMt 149th St. Entrance of Subway or Elevated
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED 50 &
WE HAVE NEVER BEFORE MADE
CLOTHES FOR LESS THAN $16, AND
WERE IT NOT THAT WE MADE THIS
ENORMOUS PURCHASE OF 100,000
YARjS OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
WOOLENS AT REDUCED LOW PRICES
WE COULD NOT MAKE YOU THIS
LIMITED 10-DAT OFiER AT THE UN
HEARD-OF PRICE OF
WE AOVI8E AN
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
GUARANTEED $10 TO
raav la ! urdtrs "nw
free Local and
Saber baa Dcliv
cry With Mat tr
We Pay Fares
Tab Imperial Leather Couch
THIS BED OUT
Befit SpTiHy and
80 NASSAU STREET
Between Fulton and John Sts.
lirtular Wt "r
FREE wltli every purchase si ISO FREE with every purchase ol $75
J ! ' I
Imported and Domestic Hats are being shown in the newest shapes,
9f Velour, Velvet, Beaver, Plush and Fur.
Ostrich and Fancy Teathers, Wings, ParaJise, Bandeaux and Flowers
for Corsages and Hat Trimmings, also the following
Special Values for To-morrow
5 1.25 to 2.95
1.35 to 3.75
1.38 & 1.95
MAIN BUILDING i.
149" St. B AUMANN'S 3d Ave.
Black Velvet Hats,
in medium and large sizes,
Black Plush Hats,
in correct soft draped models,
in trie most fashionable colors,
Ostrich Feather Fancies,
in all the newest colors,
Ostrich Feather Bands,
in white, black and colors,
Ostrich Plumes, Ma or white,
superior quality, sixteen inches long,
Later models have been received of the celebrated
fashioned on unusually graceful lines, including the extremely low
cut styles with very long straight hips and back, giving the
uncorseted effect now in vogue.
Particular attention is also directed to their new
in models adapted for all figures and specially designed for tha
prevailing fashion in dress and in the following materials:
Broche, Tricot, Batiste and Coutil, with Walohn boning,
at the following popular prices:
4.50, 5.75, 6.50 and 8.75
Also for To-morrow, at Specially Reduced Prices,
a collection of very desirable
Coutil and Batiste Corsets,
in new models, at
.35, 1.65, 1.95
Unusually large assortments are now in stock of
Womens', Misses' and Children's
Amtuimn and Winter Underwear
from the leading Foreign and American Manufacturers, comprising
Vests, Tights and Combination Suits of Ribbed and Spun
Silk, Silk and Wool, Merino and Cotton.
Also for To-morrow, a Seasonable Offering of
at 28cand 43c
Swiss Ribbed Cotton,
Milanese Silk Vests, $ jp
fully reinforced, at l
Women's Combination Suits,
Swiss Ribbed Cotton,
Imported Silk Mixed,
low neck, knee length,
Milanese Silk, plain or
embroidered, fully reinforced,
Embroidered, at 1.75
at $1.35, 1.95
West 23d and 22d Streets
IB. Altaian $c Co?
will hold a Special Sale to-morrow (Thursday) of
LEATHER GOODS AND STATIONERY
Women's Shopping or Hand Bags, in assorted
leathers, usual prices $5.00 to 6.00, at $3.25
Stationery In cabinets containing 4 quires
of paper and envelopes to match at 50c.
f Jiffy Awnuf, 3411) unfc 3511) &trrdxs, faa $01-.
The Largest Millinery Store in America
MYKILb AVeWytj AMU UKIUub STREET
Trimmed Black Beavers, $2.98
This is the finest assortment of trimmed beavers it is possible
to get together at this price. Not another house in the city sells
an untrimmed beaver for less money. All smart shapes stylishly
trimmed and would cost S4.98 to duplicate.
Special, Thursday, $2.98
$10.00 Trimmed White Beavera, $4.98
Large and medium sizes in attractive new shapes of the
finest quality nap, trimmed with ostrich fancies, wings and stick
ups; are equal to the HI J.f 0 hats displayed in most stores.
Special, Thursday, $4.98
Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT VOU NBED
U aaahtZ lit, la
111,1a glffaraaoa what job naaf gj World Waal Will go got It.
A WORLD "WANT" WILL GO GET IT,