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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDN ESDAY, NOVEMBER 6,
"Unser Fritz" Kassner Takes
His Life in the Arlon
Jwiar1ter and health to you all ;
Mr tha new alm1n!atrat!on fcrtaTi each
I you the best h1ns of Ufa."
With fhss lout, drunk with oham
PHtiii ha had bonrtlt. Frits Kmnfr
"Odht Flits," aa they carted him at
the Arlon dub, where ha was a fa
vorive ?leis;srl a rroup erf men friend
In the ctuhhoua Millard rami ar'.y to
day. It waa at tli done of an election
flight danoa. Ha was In evening; dress.
"Sotr t bM you uoodnts-hV he snM
cheerily when Ma toast had been drunk
with many a cordial "Aaime to you"
6a0m the rtdnkfira. A few minutes later
Trad Waldhan, a waiter 'n the olub
boune, found "Unaer Frttx" dead on the
floor of a laboratory, a nam revolver te
aJMe Mm, and a note addressed "To
Whom It Alajr Conoam" on a waeh
The acta, opened by Coroner Wlnter-
wrttom. weis in German. Translated, :t !
ran a aa raBowai
M Implore yon to notify my dear '
Mend, Henry W. Ruth, residence No.
Ml Xiaxtavtxin avenue, or at hit place 1
ct tmsnneaa. No. 1J3C Third avenue, tele- j
Vhatie Tjenox Z3GK, and he wiu comply
with the necessary dispositions. I also I
fcrajlora you to keep the matter acc.rot j
Dd by no means tell my landlady, who
i at No. 113 Ijaxtoffton avenue My 1
I Ruth wtll a-Utond to all."
ta rrtsorlpt, written at the top of
da latter, Kaaener bogxed that his body
BbCratd not tie sremt to a police elation.
Members off the ohrb, who ware not nl
lawed to read the letter until the Cor
Mr had seen It, had already herun to
make arrangements for burial who the
atody, against Kaainr'a last wish, waj
tan to the East 3nXty-flrM street police
Xaasner was the son of a wealthy
tvtp owner of Bremen, Germany, and
was forty-three years old. He came to
Mew York eighteen years ivito. He was
unmarried and lived nt the boarding
house conducted by Mrs. Annlo MoQln
stls at No. 812 Lexinnton avenue.
Soon after hl arrival in New York
Kassnur heuame a member of the Arlon
Club, at Fifty-ninth street and Park
eTemue, and o.f other societies. Ho made
friends easily and bsM them old as well
LOST HIS MONEY THROUGH
His first uusln.'-ss was that of a ship
broker, and hu mailu mutiey. The Bahama
Of Charles W. Morse to affaot a cnmbln-.i-itlOh
of the Southern steutiwhlo Urn s ut
wacted KaesniT and he Invested heavily
In the nrujeet and Indaced friends tu
put their monev Into It as well. When
Mars was arrested .md the ehMIM eol
tapied. friends of "I'nser Fritz" sail
te-day, Kassn. r found himself broke.
His ti'tise of honor madl hint look upon
the losers of friends s'hon he hud In
duced to Invest In the Moral venture as
perional debts of hi own lie hud not j
tho money to relmoiit-.e thf losers, nul
(Tot It from Ms father. After that he I
went Into the general Insurance business 1
and alsn became a cigar Agent.
Whether or not ho continued to pros,
per he never sold, but there was sn lm- i
preselon at the Arlon Club that he whs i
not getting ahead to any extent. Several !
wealthr member of the slut) hinted they
would bock him In larger enterprises,
but lie would Mt accept,
"Uneer Frits," flawlessly groomed, ap
peared at the olubhouse last night while
the dance was at it merriest. He
seemed In his normal happy mood until
It became apparent that Wilson had
won. That seemed to put him out of
He remained until the dancers were
almost all gone and then Joined severa!
friends In the billiard room. When he
proposed his toast there wo nothing In
till manner to Indicate he was wearv
Hie friends could not even guess why
he committed suicide.
Mrs. McGlnnls, his landlady, said:
"I thought he was a Democrat en-1
In favor of Wilson. Ho did al! of us
In the house. In fact, sevnrnl of the
men maJe up a pool of (NO and give
It to him o bet on Wilson. He left a
note for them yesrerday saying he had
laid the wager at four to one odds."
The police found In the dead man's
pockets a nickel watch, $3.38 in cash
and n small note book In which were
written a number of names, several
those of women. After each name an
amount of money was set down. It
was supposed thst this book mleht eon.
tain n record of money given to "T'nser
to net on the election, but that
was only :esiWnrl on the part of the
Double J&0 Trading Stamps Until 1 o'G lock, Single Stamps Thereafter
Dsfr Lteertv Sfestes far
Ss'S MVnpn ri Thr a farisV
How to Make
Belter Cough Syrup than
You Can Buy
A family Supply, flaring ene
A full pint of rough syrup ns mucb j
as you coulil bay for K..10 can easily
lie inade at lionie. You will finil nothing I
th it takes Imld of nn obslitiatc1 rough !
more quickly, usually emlinit it itisiile of
M hours. KxcrJIent, too, for rroup, j
whooping rough, sore lungs istBJMt
hoarseness anil other throat troubles. I
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
Yt pint of warm water, anil stir for i
minutes, l'ut ounces of Plnrl (fifty i
cents' worlli) in a pint bottle, then add
the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly.
The effect of pine nnd sugar syrup no
the inflamed membranes is well known.
Pinex is the mo-t viduahle concentrated
compound "f Norway white pine extract,
rich in gu.iiiicol and all the natural
healing PUM elements. Oilier prepsm
tipns will not work in tlii formula.
The I'inrx nnd Sugar Syrup recipe is
j now ii-cd by thottMndl of hOUswiei
i throughoul the United Siaiis tod 'an-
I ada. Tb plan has been imitated, but
j the oid -un essful formula has never
1 been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute salruaction, or
money promptly refunded, goes with
this recipe. Vour druggist has l'inex
or will get it for you. If not. Fend to
The l'inex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Announces (he Season's Most Extraordinary Sale, Ottering
5, 30 . 835
Coats of Sealette Plush. Silk
a1siii PbhbbbSbii I amK
)l Corduroy Plush, Chinchilla,
V Two-toned Boucle, Broad-
"CLOTHES THAT SATISFY"
Suits or Overcoats
to Fit Right
Get this right
No matter how rnucli you pay for n suit or overcoat it
won't look any better or fit any better than those suits and
overcoats we produce right along at if JO.
Don't say "impossible!"
We mean exactly what we say and prove absolutely what
we mean to scores of men every week. We have been doing
it for 29 years specializing on S20 clothes.
You're open to conviction, aren't you?
Then let us show you as fine a lot of pure woollens as you
ever saw, in every conceivable shade and weave. The season's
rage, chinchillas and plaid back overcoats, blue and brown
cheviot suitings are here.
BUT If you do not ray the suit or overcoat you select is
the best looking, best fitting and most satisfactory 20 invest
ment you ever made we don't want your $20.
"Come Here and Be Satisfied"
JACOBS & HARRIS
29 YEARS OF TRUSTWORTHY TAILORING
75-79 FULTON ST., COR. GOLD ST.
3 Blocks Eaat of Subway
cloth and Zibelines, at
Coats E,very Sftyle.
This is unquestionably THE coat sale of the season. A
gigantic purchase ol stunning coais, many tnc direct
v reproductions of Parisian models, ready for your
iW selection to-morrow at a price that in most in-
If&s. stances does not cover actual wholesale cost.
Sw v.. , , hnH surh an onnnrtunitv before.
w uu IftVVva ' - I-I
, We, ourselves, have never seen such
values, for while other stores are right
now asking $25, $30 and $35 for coats
V like these you can take your choice
, ' , of any coat in this unusual assort
ment, to-morrow, at SI 6. 50.
35S Block 8th Av.36&
I Newark, N. J., Store, 49 and 51 Market Street
f iiv fwlvrrtlotxl tirtlrlc nmv fx in Imlnl
i uur inn hi
r itu , .in iiitfn mi i i mini liv I
a ins ii music tiilrrtlNi'il nrli.-li or .mi l
n uiJd a uilirrtNi'il srtlrlr to our as. I
imi sl Hi.- silnHM-il nriri' n I i urn T I
V KXTIl k i fAsfaK or AM KIND. J
faui.iuw BiauBi jMa" MnBleMtBrnntS
j .lurnluxH s. BUVrUBOOl i
CONTINUATION OF OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
Convince Yourself by Comparison That This Is Your Chance to Save Money
Prices have agaif. been cut in ordi'i to insure the clearing o! our floors of r.!l Odd Piecea and Small Lota
before the arrival of our New Holiday Furniture. If you conter.-.plote buying furniture within
the next sis months, this sale presents the opportunity to you NOW to purchase
Durable, Well Made Furniture on Liberal Terras and at Lowest Prices!
I ! XrT... . ' '-Vs1 -N..-
; II I nrlrtiif 1 A JnT25SonHOsk t 1 A ftljii,
$20ChinaO QQT$30Qtr Osk
a Writf 1 1 ruru Closet
Ksriy rinsllshl earved rlaw r..i.
carved top and I Esrlv English flulsii
rlaw rre; rrenrhl rsrvrd llasi side, sad
Irga; full Benllduori a d ) u t s b I r
.sal rpa. m xri iiv ii kiioii,-.
Made of aulld oak,
Karly KnilUb fin'
Isbi mt iMchai iiiRti,
11. IllrlK'H Hldr; full
lienl ond glassr
Ksrly I iikII-Ii f i ii
lili : US .in In - hUI.
u; I n r i n a wldr ;
lhn-c ilpeii n.lx. .
1 nil in n i kisnm rnd
( arvi'd (up sod .Uw
ft't'C unci f.tnryrolu mn
i' n fl - ; M il rtt(J oik.
y.it) FiiKltih il.it h
lull mirror Uavk an'
1 lull Ultk' S li
' SIS ' ' - '
dm' Mu av.a sT f fl i II BT i.l.
MR l. .tlU it I UK i -!' V
V A. ( '71 V yW M mm M tJ m W MW M alt ' A l f lV-y, aa.lVsjMsssaaasa-s x
wmw rm &mr. aw.
i mm - mwmmiM imam i
- 7ft mm 1
r,r . n
AXTk sfVsfi n
the largest dsorlnu'iil an
greatest variety o. AQ
lauusumt; cuais ever
Here nre coats of cviry style,
for every occn? ion. No matter what
coat you desire, you'll find just
what you are looking for in this
wonderful sale tomorrow.
Rich Black Silk Velour Coats,
rimmed with tmutiful ihotcl col-
tntihtd uHth braids, i-mhrairi-
rry, cards, tassels, hnml matif fintjn and buttons, prcltilii lined with satin
throwhunt : i .r client Workmanship.
rnnpncci'in nmh Crtrtts with lOftfd Killinii KtilOT collars, tnrnrd up c
W W U M W W I V - ' . , . . , ,
Rich Cardurov Plush Coats. "'"""'' With braid and fancy hand-mad
with all shades of yarn-dyed satin and beautiful baud
(Uld buttons and ornamented, lined with
large pointed sailor collars and cuffs, mlk lined. The most fashionable cuat 0
We .Open Accounts From
$5 to $1,000
VON SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS
f WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE
I In m0 Of til. i ft AA t K ai fho urnmu
SMllM AU sizes 34 t0 44 ai,d ln c,oth coals. EXTRA SIZES, up
i your account without extra charge
Two-Tone Boucle Coats wo'e in the latest fothion, velvet cottar, button
' In the neck, large bone buttons; for street u
motoring; silk lined, finest v arkmanship.
Nnhhv 7.ihilinrx. fall Icngti, wide laid dmin collar, large bone buttons.
m sheves. with dup turn back eiifls. These coats are
with same, material. They are stunning, warm and sen i rablf.
SiN-und lluiir. I
Advance Announcement of
mWM O. mT BB STI
juniors- iiorioik aims
i.iry nave, ,lUst aa
i ctlvo tP m nn
Avenue . 1 M.
EscrpiioBally heavy and handsome
style. Largr nlobe ninunla on earh
corner. Heavy filler mil. In head
snd fool. T ball Joint, and fan
middle mount-. All altea. Bright
IU.ua Brass Beda N.40
;. 00 Hraaa Beds lo.T
(lif.M llrs-s Beda f:.i;
Jt7.A Braaa Beds 1.1.41
30.M Braaa Beds ts.'U
I . Braaa Beda - !. if
you need In
turniah s roo.n
I we will deliver
prom fly I 0
your home, an
IN SM Al. i
o.uu vv inn;
NO CLUB FEES NO RED TAPE
NO STRINGS TO THIS OFFER
NO EXTRA CHARGES OF ANY KIND
to oi k ( i iToifaM
Thla i,rf..r U
lit at runt I ii lift Hi
rhlll. l ml ti
'ns. bl(h Vuot J
i . bliU.
I I'l -.' in, i ill 1
Which Begins Monday, November ll(h
Advance Display Now Ready
Make Selections Now at Sae Prices
Our immene Basement is now filled with the Rrcatrst array of Linen
bargains !New Yorkers have ever seen, we urf all those who us
linens--keepers of institutions, hotels, boarding houses, restaurants.
etc. to stock up during this sale. Watch daily advs. You may
place orders now. We print three typical bargains:
$4.50 Round Scalloped Damask TableCloths
Estra fine quality satin danidik. wsrrsntr
pure linen. now whilt. Iiandaonie circular lr
liMi ul Mil 2 yards in disme'er. ape ially lof
r una ' iri:i'f room tablel unly
'milt 100 bf tlificrxtrs 1 1 nr- Inl
! tlis for isle tcrnyirjw aniWuit
oiicr will ii,rrlv lecure
bonanre. at ...
t.rt00 $1.50toS2Uania8k,S1.2. I! mined Damask
lot. conaiatinn .,i Itemiuti
htmmri! an1 unhIBBIN tabll clothn. in
various I nirda for diiuii-r -m w
finrstif ualititei istln dai n
III liailUlli Ur .11,11.. .f
r,r f O P -,,.1-r t.iel V
I'iU III". ii hi, I il.Uii.iik iiat'orn tahl
Nne aualltv an i -mft Uiumi
... : rned res. iy 'o use, In tieautlful
;i" ; tlli-r t.-. . . i !; lur r-iuri'l
"in u " illn'nr rnotj I uhles j
Vim will unl BaVBrsM of
ihi-ae t.ililo rtiithN it r tlila
600 Doz. 50c Hemstitch J S Scaiio ued Huck Touels
lib U positively the bitsl tswsl value o! re I :.i New Yo
nan burkitowti, your shaice of beiBititaf'td i icallopad
:.. nil w.lit ith fancy dama i riirr. C. 0. D.
Iltfisr IS kih.iI lur villi- li
viliellier your weimat Ie atlll open nr
If Sill, Il4t.fl rloaril It. Ili-lii.. 111.,.
Best liaki'il White
MaM i.i u nan
$".nii ii. t- now
fl.nu lii-ilo bbw
sie.uu ii ii huh
fit. 00 Hi il- nun
It. mi iinl . hum
.i i nrl.
T"U.;I tliHt ynu . i r Mil
nt the i i Hilar ;irl' of Jl.r.it
a. .1 .u inia aatiani lluitry n
prlre s .u win sural v w itnt i
a ihsi several y-ur. Ii in !
line, fl - a eiivi' ;
is-lilt ' nr wrilti' .v I -1 i I
border! i very lurn and
baoimodi Is in. by "0
In : rfifli. , : tluxen . . . .
309 Poze $ IS La ije Size
I Tins.ie i-. Bicollont, MryleaabH
ii . i wels; larta alai . wiiitn ,n,
il 1 ixii il". ln'iniM 1 iinii .i.i h. I
roouy in iHe. tTonio hihI
ssa Ihnan towala Bad you
win bu! ' iaBy aoBona;
ea"li, 7.' . l iS"ii
ALL ALTERATIONS FREE
Made in neat style as illustrated.
Coat lined throughout, skirt ha3
front and box plait and made to
match: ether plain tailored styles
in dark mixtures trimmed with
velvet, at this same low
nizes 13 to 18 years.
Misses' and Juniors' Top Coals
In hiding tli- popular "Johnny " aa wrll at
full lensth modrli; matrrialt trr
chimliillii, rarscul, zibelines, all 9MV QA
wool broadcloths and cheviots; vaa, atV
values in thia lot up to $10.00. mM
aires Hto 18 "
Misses' and Jun
iors $15 Soils
Misses' Ml Jun
iors' SI iM Coals
rhctiuti and broad-
-lothi. diagonals and
rovtlty nJsklaftfl umf
inodfli plain tailored
i n con
ai jrsi I)
' r 1 1 1 in i'
Made of hroadclotii,
chiviot and all-woo'
r.rigca, all new ahailn.
urea 13 to 18. Srnsl,
wiimtn ran lw fitt'"l
i sltarationsi m"
Norfolk stills will. '2
I'airs ol Koicker
i'aols al 2.98
Fsnrv lllxtiirea In Tun.
Ilr.ivn. Itri'W'ii ' MIxh 7 In
III Viara n ilr -if pai: t"li
knlekara with weieli MMfata
Panis al 2.98
i 7 voitra. i an
tiaa 0 id
I in. tirnwiia.
(Intva- '. tmlr full cut
Mnlfkara with watt h pof-Unia
S3 Chinchilla Overcoats
Faney nttalurM. lu Biua,
oni ami Osfarda ; RMdj
In RiiHlin, buit.iii to th
ii'1 it "l;.l' wi
butttlll tO t Ilea -
Boys' i Suits
asiiiiHi Willi ' I'mirs
Yh 1 1. -listed in Not
,r,l medi-ls of fancy mia-
l ies ; In poij
' ular I 'i '.. n-
A v wiLii- i ul COBS I of lM,a from 7
in i7i'ura. The new cotnbtoatloai
MailBf eoat tliut can ho worn two
wiiya. t ut ysrj MUJ ami loose
nil full MatM of
woiUli'ii uiutiTUis1 In
llrsya, llrowna, Dx
f'KiU sin! Tans RalS
Thlril - linn i
mi Arc (;ai anl i-tl H M si Weifjiil. I ill .leasnre and CooJs Correctly Labelled hen You Buy ol Is
HAMS I fiU fir Apiipc ti BACON 1 ftr
M,M JL-J U,HI;.IS. .l I i sL-TH I VvlTl riAi M.l.rte.1 lean X VJ
i. Oil: .
I 01 riE
ured. ! mill
fto ll'ba. 1 7C
t .Hit ,- J a QmU
in w PfQp
ROL'DOATS,. , " 10 lbs. 3.1c
"WINES A LIUtORQirRCnTAWTO
It. .i or Y,
( ORNMEALu.m :iO 'b$. ,U
BUCKWHEAT N ;, 5lbs.2fiC
i man Hi
LAMB CHOPS 1
FINAN HADDlE.in'oV',';''.!. 8Jc
I Tl. UTH STREET ikJORE, HENRY S1EGEL. Prca't
DOUBLE LIBERTY TRADING STAMPS U.NaUL 1 O'C J.Of K.
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