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rg ITggtgg WORLD, Wgggrgfgjgg, NOVEMBER 6, 19X1.
'INNOCENT CHILD OF 12
REVEALED AS LEADER
Klmnr Uit a a-rntlaman wliraa. front
Llmer, Who's Really 17, (ids
One Man's 1146 and n
other's False Teeth.
Thf- Innori-nt Innk of Childhood
lc"k ltimi In th Tottit PSlloe
l"'iurt to-day. BlRlSf Dtttofl, Mottyi
and yMlow-hnlrerl, rauarct It nil, and
liaraaftar MntristriiK- HiTlx-rt won't
rlnu the falr-hatrrri variety an a Sun
day anhonl anrt until h haa looked up
lhlr Uwtlllon measurement.
If ever a hoy looked a irood boy,
1 .mrr wu the lad. tie aald h wu
seventeen yeara old, hut ) lookeo
1 waive. Dreaaed In a neat blue ault
i.od wearlnn a white ellk tie carefully
tied In hla rlean white collar, he waa
model of neatneaa. And yet detec
tive, accuaed him of aHealln two aete
o" falae teeth from an old gentleman
lilt and elglit medal, from an army
r nffeant. and of helnic the leader of a
In the crowilai Hint were wvttrhln
fh Heritor) return, in i'ark How
i -t night Klmer appeared. He a
:ierirl Herat (lenrgn Reynold, of
t Marine barrack, at WnahlTiflrton
i d aeked to carry hla arult MM,
1 M Sergeant rnve the boy hi. hna;
d Elmer nftVre.1 to afhow him to a
i tal. Elmer turned Into n .talrw.iy
l:i l"ark How, nd Keynold., who
a' a rending a Iwper, f,llwel him
thout looking where ha waa going
T o from the dartonraa of the atalr
w ijr Jumped three men, who knocked
! Sergeant down ami relieved him
o' hi. .ult caae containing clothing
aieveral medaJa, together with hi.
m lift. In which wm M
a be waa yelling hla trouble In the
Cl.k .tree! police atallon Selective
Itiichbiid walked In accompanied by
Tn at a the boy who got
money.'' .aid the aergeant.
He got .n my teeth," aald the other
victim of Klmer'i avarice.
T ie aecond complainant aald ha waa
Philip ' o of No. 10 William)
afreet He ..Id that while going Into a
lintel Klmer had atopped him and aaked
'ilm the time. Wlien he .tartar Into Mi.
hotel again the boy began to run. and
he had fell In hi. hip pocket and found
hi- tn i art. of teeth mlaalng He ran
lifter the hoy and caught him. None of
the atnlen property waa frmnd on the
Klmer ead he waa a tmotographer and
lived nt No. 31 Mlddah atreet. Hrook
Iviv He w. aent to tha Tomba In de
fault of I2.r,m ball.
IN VIEW OF THE RESULT.
"All a Matter of Too Much Wilson
and Sulzer,'' Says Old Democrat,
Who Was "Done Up."
Hecaii.e he la an old Democrat, the
return, laat night put Thomaa Oregory,
fifty year, old, of No f, Oouvemeur
place, Urona, In exceedingly good spirit.
To make thing, complete lie .teppad Into
an alcohol dlepcneary at One Hundred
and Hlity-alith atreet and Third avenue
laat night to Imbibe aome more .rood
aplrlta. He did, and waa In apt red to
make what, for the aake of poMteneaa,
will be dealgnated a. Je.t..
"Hurroo' I knew tbe old party would
liquor enemle. ! Hear the other fellowe
wine (pronounced whine) I"
Whether It wa. berauae of the Je.t.
or frmn some other c.u.e equally Juitl
flable. flregory found hlm.elf on tha
floor of the aaloon. with the crowd u.lng
him a. a mat. Police whl.lle. blew, and
ambulance gnnga clanged, two auapect.
were arreated and Oregory wa. hauled
1o the Morrl.anla IVillea Court thla morn
ing tn Identify hi. ai.allanta. If he could.
HI. head wa. .wathed In bandage, until
there wa. only one eye left egpo.ed.
Kid Gregory', aplrlt. em daahed? Not
a hit. Hla left eye twinkled aa It roved
over Henry Wltterbarn of No. 466 Con
cord avenue, and William Ially of No.
MS Kaat One Hundred and Slxty-.lxth
.freet. the two men arreated on luaplclon
of a.Haultlng Oregory.
"Are theae the men, you aak, Your
Honor?" lie addrea.ed Maglatrate Butta.
"1 don't know, air Hut whit', the dif
ference? I,et' call It all off You aee.
And the left eye lit up with the fir
of the fanatic Joker.
"You aee Your Honor, It waa all a
matter of too much Wilton and tal-
aer , pranonnoad allxr)t"
The Maglarrat and court wr am
overcome that tha oaae waa laid orar
for to-morrow morning when. It I
hoped, tha man wm com to hla norma
ALARM CLOCK STARTS RIOT.
It Orti Joan "la Bad" Win t Oaae
OaT la Hla Packet.
Jean Baa bee, A. H mat wmgwr degree
-want Into Pajan'a aaloon, at Whkta
hm and Peart atreet., to-day (or a
glaaa of actinagipa. Ha had an alarm
ntanll an Ma podkwt.
"Praant" aald Jean Being aeon, h
waa apeaklng to MmaaaK, but tha alarm
daak ana a and Mm. Urn elanaing
atannad aavaaaal la iarad drink era.
wvho, auapootkag Jaan at Mn an An.
arohhw wNh an
kntn Mm. Than ttm
and wreaflad him out on tha
Jaan all aaaad M anrnaaj Battary Park,
lha alarm olook rtnewig maarrtry and a
crowd on Ma haata When ha got to a
-em of MMJMJI aarety. Jean
aaopped long anough to tM Ma name
Tha alarm dot, teanporarllr "Oiled,
openad up aajaln and Jatui waa laat aaan
raring up Bnoadpwaqr with big M-oant
For Women and Misses
Really wonderful bargains, considering the materials,
styles and workmanship.
We have made great preparations for this sale and the
values will speak for themselves. Strictly all wool, fin
est materials, tailored and exclusive models in every
color. Sale prices will be
9.75, 12.50, 14.50, 16.50, 18.50, 22.50, 25.00
Alterations free; perfect fit guaranteed.
Unequalled Values in
Charming: Trimmed Hats
distinctive styles, becoming models, best materials;
specially priced at
4.75, 7.50 and 9.50
Un trimmed Hats
At prices to insure quick sales. All the newest shapes.
Velvet covered Hats 3.95 values for 2.25
Hatters' Silk Plush and Velvet 5.00 " " 2.95
Pile Plush SM " " 3.25
Broad way,fo and 9tV Ss.
Let' forget the Campaign and settle dotvn to
you'll hai)e lots to be thanKful for, if your
Home fa prepared for the coming Holiday only
three tveefa off.
Net Harlem Store
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
$15 Worth for 25c Weekly
$50 Worth for 75c Weekly
$1 00 Worth for $1 .50 Weekly
$200 Worth for $2.50 Weekly
$500 Worth for $5.00 Weekly
Weekly or Monthly Any Amount
Prices Marked in Plain Figures
Acres of Floor Space 22 f 2 to 2224 Tfltrd Al?e. io Off If You Prefer to PayCash
Furniture, Bedding, Rags, Carpets, Oilcloths, Curtains, Stoves Everything for Housekeeping
3rd Ave. a
Dining 1 able, 7.95
Bouaht In larce uia at a cut of
one-1 hind. 42-fnclr square top ex
icnda to ( feat. Sic lata, highly
ornamented and with heavy Claw
feet. Buh.tantlal oak.
Everything; for the dining room.
In line tolden oak.
or Early ttncllah. 41
Inohaa wld. with a
bevelled plate lOKlO.
with c laea doora.
China C'lu.et. Table,
Ohalra, ate, all la In
a at- J -T tejte
fj - aaewaar
s.ry.r. Every Kind at Every
Roasting i An,
and Cubing iti,
oak panel J km f
and frame; I D I
Hllp .eat 1 n I
of good .aCWi
leather WZft W
Mtronaly kf I aM
made and 1 I IT
nlrelv fln- J
lhd. " B
. . too
Massive Brass Bed
The post, and top ralla are l-lnoh
and all fllllnr roda are l Inch.
Note the very heavy huaka and rod
enda. In bright or aatln tlnlah
untarnl.habl lajquer. Iron, bra,
and wooden bed, all prhei.
.tiinda 7 In. ho. high
plain flnlah. Water-
iury work clear
.ilai in. 'lork or nil
kln la up to 0U.
14 piece of very fine
hlna. liantlaomely dec
orated, floral Ieal;n.
Dinner el and odd
place for th tabl In
nolle., variety. Tratty
thlnaa make a good din
Oilcloth, aq yd., from
Linoleum, q. yd., from...
Het Hag CSrpt, yd
Tapeatry Carpet, yd
Velvet Carpet, yd
21x46 In. "Calgary" Ruga.
30x6(1 In HmvrriH Rug. . . .
Hx9 ft. Smyrna Hug
7.8x9 ft. lnarraln Hun .
No charge for meaaurlna. aewlna.
laying or lining.
14-Inch dome with
green art-glaaa pan
el; long fringe; Vene
BSBBLa . X 71
Large enough to cook
big dinner, yet doe. not
take up much room. Irlce
lncludea pipe, elbow,
damper and ring, all
ready to uae.
Many others, imallar
and larger, and heater,
and atove of every de-
axTlptlon, at every price.
In beautiful I
aeat of lmlta.
1 e a ther.
rocker, covered In lml
ta t Ion Hpanlah leather.
Note the deeply tufted
back, nt inn and ruffled
edge. t'ouchea, eaay
chalra. etc., in Inllnlte
Libwy Table, $13
Hullt to lujl 1 lifetime.
Nt.ti tlie vr v Leavy ley.
Thr tp in ijuurtvriM Mkk.
nietLurtu 26x41 unil nun
one l&rsu drawwr.
Utherit of every type.
Coach Bed, $3.95
4 different tier.. A a oouoh, Vltb
both aide down. A a Davenport
with one aide up and one down (a.
In cut). Aa a bad, with botih aide.
trulght out. Ah a oris, with both
aide up. ao a child could not roll
off, Very atrong and eaally oper
ated. All alylea of couvhea, aofaa,
eaay chair, and everything ulu.
Is 4 Day for the Home and Family
New things in the Dmirg Room will
add greatly to your happiness and com
fort. Ho cash needed.
Open Saturday Evsnings
LOWPERTHWAIT & SONS
17 Mhwtst front
to A. A S.
Street, by Tunnel
The Remarkable Values for Thursday
BRINGS a full quota
of offerings from all
over the store every
merchandise that is
new, fresh and desir
able. For example,
Lace Curtains at a
Fraction of Original
Laces, 3c, 4c. and
5c. a yard; Women's
Gloves at 25c. a pair;
Gingham at 6c a
yard, etc. Manifold
offerings such as
these, all at marvel
ous little prices.
5,000 Pairs of Lace Curtains in This Sale
At Less Than One Dollar a Pair
AS ANNOUNCED SUNDAY, this is our annual and greatest sale of Lace Curtains little lots at frac
tions of former prices. The sale is particularly important in that it orings some of the best Curtains of the
season at prices impossible at any other time. They are the one, two and three pair lots remaining from a
season's selling, and a wonderful season, too.
Some are just a trifle soiled from handling in stock, and these are the best bargains of all every one
sold at less than wholesale prices. Of course, every Brooklyn woman knows that at regular prices we
sell Lace Curtains lower than anywhere else. When our regular prices are reduced so radically the re
suit, as natural sequence, must be extraordinary bargains. Come early, as the very designs, the very
kinds of Curtains may be the very curtains someone else wants. You get the widest choice, of course,
by being .irst on the scene. Nevertheless, every single Curtain in this extraordinary sale is a most re
markable bargain in itself.
Real Renaissance, Cluny, Marie Antoinette and
Arabian Lace Curtains
13.00 to $4.00 Curtains, $1.59, $1.89 and
$2.39 a pair.
M..So to $5.00 Curtains, $2.69 and $3.19 a
SS.50 to $6.bo Curtains, $3.89 a pair.
6.50 to 117.00 Curtains, $4.35 a pair.
$8.00 to $11.00 Curtains, $6.65 a pair.
$15.00 to f.25.00 Curtains, $9.85, $11.88 and
$13.85 a pair.
Novelty Net and Novelty Scrim Curtains
$1.25 to $1.50 Curtains, 49c a pair.
$1.75 to $2.25 Curtains, 89c-. 3 pair.
$3.00 to $4.50 Curtains, $1.89 a pair.
$6.00 to $13.50 Curtains, $3.95, $4.35 and
$6.65 a pair.
Novelty Flat and Ruffled Muslin Curtains
$1.00 to $1.75 Curtains, 29c, 49c and 69c
None C. O. D. or on approval.
Nottinghan Lace Curtains
60c. to 75c. Curtains, 29c- a pair.
85c. to $1.10 Curtains, 49c a pair.
$1.45 to $1.75 Curtains, 79c a pair.
$2.00 to $2.75 Curtains, 98c. a pair.
$2.C5 to $3.25 Curtains, $1.59 a pair.
$3.5o to $5.00 Curtains, $2.35 a pair.
Irish Point Lace Curtains
$4.50 to $5.00 Curtains, $2.59 and $2.89 a
$6.00 to $7.50 Curtains, $4.35 a pair.
$9.00 to $11.00 Curtains, 6.65 pair.
$12.00 to $14.00 Curtains, $9.65 a pair.
Odd Pairs of Lace Curtains
65c. to $1.50 Curtains, 29c. 49c and 79c
$2.00 to $8.00 Curtains, 98c, $1.39, $1.59,
$1.89 and $3.89 a pair.
19c., 25c. and 3oc. colored and white Curtain
Scrims and Laces, 10c. a yard.
10,000 yards of the best values we have ever
offered in light and dark ground materials
good color combinations.
Store orders only on all of the foregoing items.
We have arranged for additional space and will have many more salespeople to
care for the great crowds that will respond to this announcement.
Third finer. Central BuUd
uSTorchon Laces, 3c., 4c., 5c.Yd.
ALL PURE LINEN and Just the kinds for trimming bureau scarfs, pin
cushions and other fancy work and beautiful for underwear; i!i to 3 inches
wide Edgings; Insertions, 1 to 2 Inches wide.
69c. 17 Inch Val. Flouncintjs. 49c.
About a dozen different designs, mostly all German meshes and one of the
best offerings we have made in some time. Flouncings are very desirable now.
30c. to 75c. Val. Laces, 25c. to 49c. a Piece.
Edges and Insertions matching exactly in most instances, excepting In the
25 inch, in which lot we have Edges only.
Mala floor,, cantar. Cantral Bulldlnf.
T HLi rlSDAV SPECIAL.
Heavy Messaiine Waists at $1.08.
IN NAVY AND BROWN, front of cluster pin tucks and side plaits; vest in
collar of white flannel, with tiny silk buttons In self color: rucked jhoulder
yoke with high Robespierre collar; long sleeves, trimmed with white flannel
Dressy Chiffon Waists at $2.98
Smart chiffon over Japonica silk, trimmed with narrow side revers of shadow
lace, smart .; -Ivet bow and crystal and silk buttons in contrasting colors;
Konespierre conar ot messa'ine; long sleeves, eagea with net trill.
( rntral nuiiaina.
wsto Novelty Chiffon Veils, 39c.
THE LOWEST PRICE at which we have ever offered these Veils, and the
little price is possible only because the color assortment is somewhat broken
and a few have slight mill Imperfections. The Veils are from lH to 2 yards
in length and about 20 Inches wide, with a woven satin border all around.
Mala floor, cantar. (antral BuUdlBf.
$4.00 J. B. Corsets, $1.98.
BONED WITH WALOHN. Long hip model, medium high bus'.; made of
white coutil, supporters attached.
$2.00 Straight Hip Corset.. 98c; Four new long hip models, medium
and low bust effect; made of white coutil. supporters attached; well boned.
Sal. of Braaaiaraa, 49c. Made of batiste and embroidery.
Hacuud Hour, frost. Eaat Bulhllnj.
$1.49 Breakfast Sets, 98c
13 pieces, handsomely decorated with pink roses, green foliage and gold
line; set consists of Coffee Pot, Sugar Bowl, Cream Pitcher. Hot Water Jug,
Cup and Saucer, Plate, Oral Bowl, Fruit Saucer and Egg Cup.
$1.75 American Cut Glass Jelly Dish, $1.19.
Extra heavy blank, richly cut in the popular chrysanthemum design, fin
ished with deep scalloped edge. Store orders only and none C. 0. D.
Bubaa; floor, OaotraJ Boildlnf.
1 HUR8DAY SPECIAL.
49c K Stripe Serge, 39c. Yard.
THIS IS A SPLENDID MATERIAL for service and satisfactory wear, in navy
and black with white hairlines and cream with black stripes. Sold regularly
at 49c. a yard. Main How. Waat BulMlag.
$1.00 Satin Messaiine, 50c. a Yd.
36-INCH BLACK SATIN MESSALINE 1,500 yards and an excellent quality st
this little price Main floor. Waat Udaag.
THUR8DAY SPEOIAL. I
Blankets 1-3 to 1-2 Underpriced
BLANKETS IN WHITE, gray, scarlet. Sub
ject to slight mill imperfections in no way detri
mental to wear. In single, full and extra sizes.
An odd lot some two to eight pairs of a kind.
Prices range from $4.50 to $11.25 a pair.
Wool filled Comfortables, figured, dotted silk and cotton
mull, with 9-Inch border; one side plain color, the
other a pretty pattern $6.98 each
Fine quality figured, silkollne covered, cotton filled Com
fortables, In dainty colorings; medium weight, full
size, exceptional value $1.98 each
Buliwar floor. Waat Hu.Lug
$4.00 Bed Pillows, $2.75
PURE DOWN FILLED Pillows, size 22x28 iiKlie:; Ger
man linen ticking.
$6.00 Mattresses at $4 75.
Fiber with hair top: full size.
$23.80 Mattresses at $18.00.
Pure South American horsehair; gray or black; covered
in Aznoskeag ' C. A. ticking; full size.
Smaller sizes proportionately priced.
Fourth floor. Bait Building.
I8c. Pillowcases, 12' c.
45x.it' inch, ready-made bleached muslin Pillowcases,
made from Standard Utica Mills bleached sheeting.
Hemmed Sheets at 59c.
Another lot of double Sheets, made from heavy round
J thread bleached sheeting; special value at 60c
Susaas Ooar. Waat ulMiae.
A Budget of
Bargains in Brief
20c Moire Taffeta Percaline,
59c Flannel Shirtings and
Business and College Diction
Men's 50c Underwear, at 35c.
Men's $1.00 Combination
Suits, 59c. Store orders only.
Women's 20c. Stockings,
He. Store orders only.
39c to 50c Lace Collars, Yokes
and Stocks, 19c. Quantity lim
ited and none C O. D.
H1.2S Novelty Clocks, at 79c.
98c Electric and Gas Lamps,
it 49c. Store orders only and
none C. O. D.
89c Cretonne Laundry Bags,
at 39-- Art embroidery offer.
75c Mission Tabourettes, 50-
M6.00 Dressing Tables, at
49c Hand Embroidered Stocks,
at 29c. 0
1 HURoDAV SPECIAL.
Women's Tailored Suits
At $15.00, $24.75 and $29.75
TWO HUNDRED stylish Winter Suits, made
of warm wide wale chevrons, corduroys, velve
teens, broadcloths, winter weight men's wear,
serges, tweeds and velour cloths. A laree variety
oijtita, iiawiuun me Miian, 5incuv tailored
models; made with cutaway or straight coats. Skirts
cut on the new lines. All the best shades of brown
taupe, navy, black and gray. All sizes from 32 to
55 bust measure. None C. O. D. or on aoDroval
Mfcfi I'ttitnal ItuiUhug.
I THURSDAY SPECIAL. J
Bargains in Toilet Needs
Contl's celebrated Imported Castile Soap, value 59c
a bar, at c
Canthrox, for sharrvpoolnn hair; 50c ;Ui, sold here
regularly for )9e. will be 2$c Thursday
Store orders only limit of two of each article to
Customer. Mala pm, from. Caatra! BuUdlD.
Misses' and Ch. aiiLi on
Children's Ui,. IWfHOWnS, OVC.
OF FLANNELETTE, sizes 4 to t4 years. A most re
Crfildr.n,a Coat., $1.98. Special values.
Sw-oikI flax, float, laat Hidi.ima
Women's 25c. Underwear, 15c.
RIBBED, fleece lined Undervetts, long sleeves; ankle
Drawers to match. Store orders onlv
Saati Haar. fcwtt. ttommX Baaay,.