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TH SVlIflNO WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBEE it. lilt
PUT POND MURDER
UP TO JEALOUS MAN
faring World Inquiry Reveals
Domestic Rows in Slain
! Woman's House.
KiTeattrt1on ?r Evanlnf WorM r
pertr to-day appear 10 establish that
tfc whit, slsva traffic wan not li""Olv4
tm ths mordtr of Carmeltna ro,
waa. body, rsmovod from No. US Fast
Vtortleth .tract In a trunk, wu found
Wwa (o In a pons at Branohvill.
Bv.rytliint point, to th. ronclu.toa
that on. fluleloU, calld "Jlonk
Fae," who wu .mploy.d an asphalt
atraat parsr. killed hla wir. with an lea
ptek i i It of Jealousy and that th
woman daughter, a boarder nanird
alratof Imbardl and another
boardar. nam. unknown, having knowl-
adco of th. orlmn, aided In the futile
attempt to dlapoa of the body and fled
with Sulricta to avoid the eona.qu.nces.
Cluea to the whereahouta of the fugl
tlvee land to an up-Ktnte city. Deputy
Commissioner Ddugherty la confident
that hie men will get Snlclcla within
twenty-four houre, but lie 1. not .0
attr. about Iombardl and the girl and
the other roan wbo la wanted ae a
The Evening World learned to-day
that Bulclcla. the woman, the girl and
Lombard I were well known In the
nelghoorhood of the no use In which the
woman waa killed. The woman. t'ar-
niellna (Isracrl, I. supposed to have
eeerted her huahane for Mulrlela aome
years ago. The girl, now about seven
teen or tlghteeu, la her daughter and
M named Balvatrlca Oeraccl. 8h. waa
About three yeara ago Bulclcla, Car
mallna and the girl then In ahort
droeeee rented the aerond floor rear
flat at No. 112 Kaet Thirty-ninth .treat.
Bulclcla posed as the husband of lha
woman and the father of t ho girl, but
neighborhood goaalp aoon queatloned
the relationship. Bulclcla was Insanely
Jealous of the woman, and the goawlpa
aay his auaplclons were confirms ! when
while he waa on a trip to Italy she ran
way with another man, leaving the
The girl went to work and managed
to keep the flat together until Bulclcla
returned from Europe. He started out
to hunt for tho Oeraccl woman, found
her and brought her bark. Thereafter
ulelcla kept very close watch upon
Oarmejrna and beat her frequently.
MAT WOMAN OFTIN TO "KEKP
NCR IN HER PLACE."
km eighteen month Bulclcla, the
woman and the girl moved away They
returned tn July and rented a flat In
the Thirty-ninth street house, remain
tag until the latter part of October,
neighbors say that SuMHa followed
and watohed Carmalllna Oeraccl and
hoot her two or throe time, a week, for
the purpose, ha said, of keeping her la
When the fluirlcla group returned to
Thirty-ninth atreet in July, the girl mat
alvatore Lombardl, a happy-go-lucky,
good-looking young man who, with two
orot hers, worked In the aqueduct ok
osratlon at Forty-setnnd .treat and
Jath avenue. Balvatore fell In love
wkti the girl, but ronflded to his friends
that he was unsble to make much hehd
way because of the Jealou.y of Bulclcla.
"Old Monkey Face," Kulvutore told hla
ertaada, "thinks I am aftor his woman."
Balvatore was an insistent wooer and
Anally won the oonfldenoe of Bulolnla
to such an extent that the latter took
Mm In aa a border. . On Oct. it tne
family moved tn No. Ki Fast Fortieth
where larmeuna umacci was
Balvatore Lombard! announced on elec
tion day, In ths grooery store of Hal.
agtors Cewonlano, at No. 31. Eait
Fortieth atreat. that he wa. to marry
TurtiM!" Oeraccl In a few days, lie
had bean Injured In an accident on
Astg. I tn the shaft at Korly-second
tract and Sixth avenue and .aid h.
woo about to hove a settlement of a
suit for damages he had Instituted.
"As aoon as I get the money," he an
nounced, "we are to be married and t
ff take the girl sway from old Mon
kery Face and her mother."
The police are working on a theory
that Bulclcla apnlled the marriage plan,
hjjr punching his wife's head full Of
holes with an Ice pick and enlisting the
M of the Klil and the two boarders
th an attempt to dlsnos of the body
Ths crowd had very little money when
the discovery of the body In the Con
necticut pond made flight necessary.
ALLEGED BIGAMIST SAVED
PROM IRATE WIFE IN COURT.
Mrs. Major Tries to Attack Hubby
First Wife Accuses, But
William P. Major, a rigger formerly
employed In the Brooklyn Navy Yard,
Was arrested to-day at his mother's
home, at No. ': Wythe avenue, Wlll-
UbMburg. ehargod with bigamy. Mi
tartrate Voorhees, after s scene in
court, when tits woman who niado Ihi
' eharga, Julia Wlssul Major, attempted
to light hsr way to her husbunl paat
detectives and court offlrors who were
protecting him, held Major In SLOW ball
JWUa Wlaael Major said shs became
acquainted with Major last summer,
and believing lilm unmarried waa wed
ded to him In September by the It. -v.
William H. IL i. ill 'ii of the Booth
Third Street Methodist Church. Two
ash ago, at thel horns st No. i
14ndei street, a ncman railed on her
with a bit of newspaper. In which was
printed a notice of the Issuing of a umr
rlage Ucens. to Vla.'or .ml Mln Wlesel.
Th woman aaked tor a description ot
Major and by It Identified lilm us her
husband, sh said.
Ths second womsn said shs had been
tarried to Major for several yeara 'and
that they had thre children, who were
UTlng with her at No. 91 India sin et.
Mar husband disappeared In the early
gaunmar, thla woman aald, and later
fee had a moeeutte saying he had been
killed by an aocldent In Canada.
Met Planer Colli strike.
NOME, Alaska. Nov. U.-Anoifc.-r
rleta strtk. of, plan r gold ha been ma le
suite group, neiuw Anvn
ilng ths ground on which. 1
l- - - ' M
an Lit. a icw tiej. av
runs through eighty acre
A la believed the long sought conUnua-
rJan of (he third beaott Una baa bee
COURT REFUSES TO BAR
HER PICTURE FROM "AD."
Mrs. Almund Hails to Get Injunc
tion Stopping Use of Her Photo in
Car Co.'s Advertisements.
Justice Kapper, In the motion term of
the motion term of the Supreme Court,
Brooklyn, to-day overruled the request
of Mr. Msry O. Almund of IM Weet
atreet. Morwugh Park, for an Injunction
forblddUia (he 80a lleaoh Railway Com
pany and other subsidiary companies of
the Qrookiyn Rapid Transit Company
from mna for advertising purposes a
photos aph contalalna portraits of her
self and her baby.
It was shown Una. Almund asked per
mtaaton to gat on an span car near the
Tenth avenue barna of the Brooklyn
Rapid T rei alt Company, which waa
being photographed. (The waa allowed
to do So. The object of the photographer
waa to ahow a passenger, a man, being
dragged along the ground, aflei' he had
boon throivn down because he tried ta
board the car with hla faoe to the rear.
Justice Kapprr said that to grant
lira. Almund's contention would i to
jfrankUn Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue 4
T1IFSDAY. NOVEMBER NINETEENTH
Fur Coats and Furs
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
M olr Pnnv Cnmtm
Full length, semi-loose modal of
Pony Coats (Handxmt Fur Collar)
run length model win large
Civet far, natural or skuak
French Seal Coats
Of fine quality French seal, draped
wiia siik toru ornament
Caracul Coats (Cht CoUar and cgs)
Full length semi-loose modal of well-marched
Una, collar and cuffs of Civet far. Value $1 10.00
Natural Brown Pony Coats
Full length model of natural pony (tine,
draped 10 eide, long roll collar. Value $125.00
French Mole Coats
Seven-eighth length model of French Most coney
fur, In striped effect with border. Value $U5 00
Of t elected well -matched Caracul ski ng;
Natural Raccoon Collar and Cute. Vane $145.00
Real Hudson Seal Coats
Of real Hudson seal, draped model,
kmc roll collar. Value $105.00
French Seal Coats
Full length model of selected French Mai. collar and
cuffs of Chinchilla squirrel or Civet. Value $171.00
Real Hudson Seal Coats
Of real Hudson Seal, draped modal,
long roll collar. Value 1225 JO
Persian Lamb Coats
S4-nch model of selected Letpsig dyed skins.
Real Mole Wrap and Mufl
Draped wrap of selected gains
lrg muff to match. Value 5375.00
Real Mole Skin Coats
64-inch -model of selected ekina;
handsome draped model. Value $450.00
Black Wolf Sett
Large animal scarf.
Large Bat muff.
Natural Raccoon Sett
Urge animal scarf.
Large Hat muf .
Civet Fur Sets
Doubled animal scarf.
Large flat muff.
Silver Kit Fox Seta
Large flat muff with bead and tall.
Pointed Sitka Fox Sets
Extra large creeccnt shaped scarf.
Extra large muff.
Extra large animal scarf.
Large flat muff.
Broadcloth Coats (Fur CoUar)
Dtsped model of black broadcloth, collar of French
mule, teal, Persian paw or opossum ; braid orns.nents.
Corduroy Coins (Fur Collar)
iSeSS Sghth length model, In black, brown or taupe;
col ar u. French seal or French mole fur. Value $30.50
Velveteen Coats (Fur Collar)
Dressy seven-eighth model, in taupe, blue, brown or
black ; Robespierre collar or skunk opossum ; silk lined,
wool interlined. Value .$50.50.
Velour Coats (Fur Collar)
Dressy draped model of imported black velvet velour,
collar of chinchilla squirrel; braid ornaments, while
brocade lining. Value $00.50
FIFTH AVE., 37th and 38th Sis.
MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE
say that professional models, who hired
out to be photographed for advertising
purposes, might not only collect their
fee, but prevent the publication for
which t?-y had been paM. Mrs Almund
has firs damage writs against the com
panies awaiting trial.
TIPSY BLUECOAT ARRESTED.
Montana rlads Him ta at atwaa
a Unkl ma f.
Pollraman William J. Donnelly af the
Morrlsanla station, the Bronx, waa ar
raigned before Magistral O'Connor tn
the Morrlsanla Court to-day on a
chant of disorderly conduct mad by
Lieut Frank Oallaaher of hi own eta
lion. Donnelly had been suspended by
Cant Walling because of druakanne.
Oallagoer found fwtnneUr before dawn
ts-dsy In a saloon at ftebblns avrau
and One Hundred and SUty-flfth street.
Th man, according to the lieutenant's
testimony, waa la an advanced atate of
Intoxication. When Gallagher started
te take hrm to the elation he became
abuslvs and waa locked la a coll.
Magistrate O'Connor held Donnelly In
MOt ball for examination to-morrow.
VahM f M.50
WHAT YOU NEED
IB. Alimatt $c CwC
Tomorrow (Tuesday), Nov. 19th, will
offer, at a Very Special Sale,
WOMEN'S DRESSES .
Actual values $45.00 to $65.00, at
$32.00 & $38.00
ALSO A NUMBER OF DRESSES
Actual values $30.00 to 38.00 at $19.00
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, First Floor,
announces for to-morrow (Tuesday)
A SALE OF TRIMMED HATS
in desirable styles for present wear,
at the reduced prices of $5.00 & 7.50
A number of Untrimmed Hats will also be offered
at reduced prices.
An attractive assortment of evening: caps, jeweled
bandeaux, hair ornaments, etc., is being shown;
also flowers for corsage and evening gown
THE FANCY NEEDLEWORK DEPARTMENT
will hold to-morrow (Tuesday) a Special Sale of
FANCY BOXES, BASKETS
AND DESK SETS,
covered with damask or armure, galloon-trimmed,
at one-half the regular prices, as follows:
Handkerchief and Qlove Boxes . . at $1.10
Yell and Pin Boxes .... at 1.35
Scrap Baskets at 2.75
Desk Sets, in 6 pieces .... at 3.75
The regular stock includes a number of recently
Imported Fancy Articles appropriate for gifts,
favors and bridge prizes. Among them are
, novelty baskets and boxes, work-bags, pin
cushions, trays and photo frames.
THE HOSIERY DEPARTMENT has In stock
an excellent assortment of
CHILDREN'S LEGGINGS ,
in a variety of desirable styles and fabrics,
at moderate prices.
I ncluded are knee leggings of velveteen, corduroy,
broadcloth, chinchilla, suede and leather: also
drawer leggings in jersey cloth, polo cloth, vel
veteen and corduroy.
A feature is made of Little Children's Combina
tion Suits, consisting of separate sweater and
leggings, with caps to match.
a9ffll) Awwir, 34tl) wiH DJtrj fctrots, Vim far.
It nukes little diAeretwe what youjced a World Want will, go get it.
Opening: Exhibit of
Fur Garments and Sets
Dependable qualities, distinctive fashions and moderate
prices are characteristic of this comprehensive display of
Seal, Broadtail, Persian, Mole, Caracul, Sable, Ermine, Silver
Cross Fox, Skunk, Raccoon, Pointed Fox and Lynx
garments fashioned after exclusive Parisian modes.
Qenuine Moleskin Coats. . .
Mole Coney Coats
Qenuine Hudson Seal Coats (Dyed Muskrat)
French Seal Coats
Sable Squirrel Coats (Berlin Dye)
Pointed Fox Muffs....... .25.00
Black Fox Muffs. ........ .17.50
Moleskin Muffs. 20.00
Mole Coney Muffs, 12.00, 15.00
Dyed Skunk Muffs 14.50
Pointed Wolf Muffs. 16.50
Civet Cat Muffs 16.50
Raccopn Muffs.... 12.00, 16.50
Family Group Photogravure of
For the Coupon in Next
.Mth Street New York
ej ggaV jKI aV 1
Pointed Fox Scarfs. ... 7. .19.00
Black Fox Scarfs. 17.50
Moleskin Scarfs 12.50
Mole Coney Scarfs. . .6.00, 10.00
Dyed Skunk Scarfs. 10.50
Pointed Wolf Scarfs 15.00
Civet Cat Scarfs 8.5P
Raccoon Scarfs 8.00, 10.50
A WORfcP "WANT" WILL GO GET IT.