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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
Man Accused of Slaying Boy in
Buffalo Is Trapped by
Postcard He Sent.
J. Vmik Hlc-teay. wanted y tfca
lafl i , poHoa for ih- mardaf "f fv
I loMpd iOSeptM nt iMkMUIMi
i HufTaki Sllliurh, na .irrrsteil, t -' - - i "
.: th KMNlUk Oolnny ot Msfe?, an In
ItlrSM tot Inebriates. MM Whitman. N.
'. Th,. areSt) was made by SnerlrT T b
on n IsfWBJSttM furnlsnel lv man
ho had n mi in tha noraliu nesrapepers
inat M k ws w.-inll a id knew ilmt
ha was !n the Instituting
I T key denies he In BjaUsy. "l home
b Jn U r nr, HSSS, He admits:
n reoratl heen In Itostnn Natl v.rs
nd Buffalo, from which rltles p "at ranta
sl IS. w.lh the murder Of MM Jnaenlis
Of afld the munlrr of Mliliee Kni'lt,
i thla rlty, In 12. were wrlttei
While an Inmate of 1ha KSSWlSsl
mm la reaiisns. VAX Hloatey wmtr
pusti irl la hla former employer,
hh 1 1 k n. chief m'llwrlaht of the j
marl' m OhsmleaJ AsratmltwaJ WfSftssI
f llufrajo. Iloakyn Had One card
way and did not think of It until ha j
tw in the nawaaipari rsseofluatioaa I
it t)m poatoacdi written to Okial Rnu j
f It off .do by the eelf-ionressed slay, r '
f tha Joaepha boy. Tlie resemManre
truck Iloakyn. who looked up the
lldiiy card. No expert waa needed ta i
that there aa a striking almllar
ly between tha wrltlna of Mickey and
ha wrltlna of the aelf-i onfaaaed mur
Isrer, and a hunt for Mickey was
Inaamn .h aa tha postcard wrllteti to
loekyti bore tlx- poat mark of Whit
rigs, N. J., inquiries were aent to that
lunlrt. Thera it waa aacartalned that
Mckey had raturnel, only a few daya
KO. to tha liquor cure aatabllahment
r another treatment.
Ttlton knew of tha Keswick homt,
I hlrh Ik a philanthropic Inatttutlim run
y a Mra. liaaaa. The colony la alaht
llsj outalde of Whltlnaa, far. far away
t om any saloon.
Ill' keSattuicle no acene when placed
ndvr .. Tt Aoordlna to Sheriff Tll
' on he is quiet ami unconcerned, lie
vaa well draaaed, and waa worklna with
i number of other tnnaarna of the iioma,
onetructlns a brldca on tha colony a
The Hharlff draw lllokay away from
hla companlona, and In an undartona
old him ho waa under urraat, and that
it waa auapectad of belna Inipltcatad
n Die murder at Josaaha.
'Tiat'a a aerloua ullaraa to make
against ma." aaid Uiokey, who ad
ii.ltted hla Identity. "1 know nothing
about Uf boy. 1 waa In Buffalo. I
.idnllt. I waa employed thara by tha
.otaarta lion Company. 1 waa alao In
Lackawanna, but that doean't uecaa
"arlly prove that I know anythlnc
uuout the death uf tha boy.
"1 won't tin hi ax tradition. 1 am ready
La to back to lluffalo aa aoon aa you
want to laku me."
HberlrT 'I'll ton took hla prisoner to
Torn River and traced him In the jail
there. He lllllned'a t ! y win-! Chief Jt
1'ollce Reran of Buffalo that ha had
Mickey In ouatody. Ileteetlvea were
sent at t to Tuoia Rlvar to brine Iba
lirkaonar to Buffalo.
LEADERS ARE INDICTED.
Three? of Seven Arrested for Mg
Swindling Arc Held Under
The ern men recenlly arrrsled ail
charge of h'na Itivplleated In ewlnd
llnar Klrhv Clwvelnnd Hldhury ami lr
rowell of Uf tllUm Off N C.i and Mmon
Joriea of PltMbUTwfli hy Ilia wltelear
wlrefpna Kami-, went errelarned In
Wt Skfe Oonfl t'Ha afternoon.
At the requeiit .if the IMatrlet Atlor
ty'a office, M.ialHitale Mofpfll dlO
( r-ira-ed thirlea flondorf. "Paper CoHai
.toe" Kar'lrowaky and cha.rlea BfadfoTd.
allaa "DMdtl Alonro." and they w.Te
hfftliadlataty mrreated on benoli tvar
rajfl la ftiulldod on Indlt-menta Trfurro-d
bf t' ilr;m-l Jury Vitit Tnnney and
n anjuad of ffatootlTi a look thi-m to iht
CflltllMU (.'Otirta ll'illdlna for arr-ilan-men!
In 1 t CMfl of f '.! nvl HaMkMI
"'I.I .If,1" t'tton, .Irmra M-'l aitiall
and ChafSaa Carliontin' wora lllarkajnjli d.
DRIVES OUT POLICE.
STARTS BIG PANIC
Willi Arms Full of Explosive.
He Dashes Into Los Angeles
Station and Threatens I )eath
I. os AMOtCLM, CkL, Nov. 1 A ,
RiaatMd man with both anna lUtod with
ilynamlte rtiahed Int., Ihl eenlial po
lice atation foil before BOOR to-ilnv
and threatened to blow np the building
and every one In It If the police tried
to arrest him. r.lera were liaaaa .
kientiflcatloa in t alt . heina? 1 4laialy lamoi lo dear lha kulldini, I
SHUBERTS AND BELASCO
DECLARE TRUCE IN SUITS.
Three Actions, Which Have Pro
uikv.l Only Lawyers' t ees tit
Demis ed K Areemeii!.
ee pull- batfffoa the Mhuoeita. Ihe-:
il iMfiacom, and I h v-i.i taalaacOil
ataTraffatlnc MtkiM damaaa elalmtd
aron tSaoontinuad ai the mutual raqoaatl
of the HilKunta In the HapfMM ''"'irt
Itepreaentallvea of Ihe Shobeila ami of
ROlkOOO aaltl tin H'jjta had been ImnalnK
nfl for a lolia tune and wire productive i
j of ROthiag mi t lawyer'a bllla. Mutual
frlOffdl if appeared that (here wi re aip h i
I peraona In cxlafi-n, f- -peroiade'l tfcie ep
! poalriK partlea in leilarc a peH c It
waa particularly iPeVaUea1 that Ullt did
not niean an alliance.
Hllllatn Klein, COUnaOl for Ihe Snu-
hrrta, and former .linl-e Dlttanhoafer,
MYSTERY OF FLIGHT
OF A BROOKLYN RIRL
SOLVED AT MINEOLA
.losepli Vareka Arrested Under j
rhile Slave Rftd Bvi
L)e Prue a Witness.
pi ule of the Hlllle 10 hae pillillr fun''
oa depoall In dafoacl laatliutlon pr-
fi rred o.-r Ihe ilepoalla of common
. .tot waa upheld to-day hy the
' DUfl of Aopeala The declalon wat ren
dered In Cie I aae f the 'arnesle Tniat
Cotllt.iLM . V ier" Ihe Htate had on di -
I pOOlt M.itt on account of the Renernl
fund and $t7,37:; on aCCOUnl of the State
IheXilfHent. Tle nr.- of T'ted Oondorf I OM the man. who la uiloe!
went i r until Nov. r,
Ti.er-' ore two IraHrtmenrfa nutjnat
QofldOrfi one eharalna him with ewlnd
llntr Hh.h. r. the oilier . ha rain him
with ; . .t -a Major llward tlray
Pan II" on or PHlm H.w-n, Atlantic ltr
n n.l Ihe HVaMorf, fr:n IM.rHI. The In-
oiotmanl Dharwai fhta the Majoi fen for
Hh- rake ie1r it aire lamltik aame on
Ajail 1.', ttt an I it apia-ara ffOQI lha
p il. ra thai the Major let iro of Ma
fddfOOG roll afl "t once.
When lha three Indicted wlrelca
O kOUlafl were arralKned before Judaa
Koater Ihla afternoon, Aaalatant
l-bt-Altornav Itelehanty naked that
hall he fixed at feu."! In the MM of
Oandorf, and aidiri for the
olhera. .Itidae l-witer IMfkl OondtaTfl
hall $ri "nn and cut the lutll of tt- nlhcra
to IUuM aidai. None of the Ihro
rotili! furnlah a twnd and all went t-
the Totnha. H
CONQUERS A CRAZED BULL
Aa Freeholder John A. Wlntermute
Jr. waa leidlna a vlcloua hall by a rlnc
In Ita noae yeater l.i . from Ihe farm of
W. F". Whlttemore tha animal became
rnraaed nt alaht of a red coat worn
hy a (rlr) In a paaalna auto. MnappLng
In two the pole attached lo the rlna
In Ita noaa tha bull charged at win
tarmute Luckily for the Freeholder
the broken pole dropped aa lha bull
plunaed and the aharp end aturk In
the around. The bull turned half a
aomeraault and lay alunned for a few
aeconda. Before It waa ready for ac
tion again Wlntermute hitched a rope
oyer Jla hnrna and ran the rope through
the anlmal'a nnae-rlng.
Twice more the animal attacked hlin,
hut with a aharp Jerk of the rope he
rauaed auch pain that the bull anve
up the Joh after the aernnd attempt.
inane, wat left III posaeaalon The
tmllce haallly withdrew lo ilevlae
meana to ntlca the man out of the
All the prlaonera were removed from
tha county Jail nearhy and Chief of
Police Bebai'ilan ordered all tha alreeta
In the vicinity cloaed to traffic, and
every laillllna within radlua of one
block cleared. At the aame time Hehaa
tlan anno ince.1 that unlena the mian waa
taken Into citatody anon, an attempt
would be mnde to ahoot him down.
After Ihe tattlon and Jail nearby and
houaea In Ihe vicinity hid been cleared
a prevent a poaalhle iraite.ly fkOMld the
peal manlao carry out hla threat,
in.ui waa overcome hy o ruae.
Polleaman anaaaad the aftiakiioa of tka
mania while Detective Joay-ph lloalck
trw up on hhn from bo-hind, leaped
upon Inm an1 kftookOd htm uncon
lulOIH The ntitip of the man baa not
Ralaa Capital t..ck lo OTti immi.imhi.
Ill C I MONO, Va., Nov. 19-Atlantic
Coaat line atockholdera lu annual meet
Inif hfi' to-day autborlxeil the propoacd
I'.. ' " 1 Increaae In tire capital alock Of
tha raMway, m.iklna the tola! STa.oiiu.OOiV
The BlOUmbanl dlraotofl wero re-elected,
and they In turn re-electiil the present
offlcera of the nnypatiy,
tmerlean Marrlea t omile.a
UONPON. Nov. 1. Charlea W. Khort
Jr of a Cincinnati family, ami Cotiiitae.i
I'Mmllta lloyoa, an Auatrlun womaii.
were murrl. I at Holy Trlidty Church
to ra to-day.
Joh a R. la il bane Head.
iPiriUAiiiaiii'MXA. Nov. u.-jiim n.
Faruvliawa, for many ywara aeoretary of
th Iehurh Valley Ital'.oad Company,
died lo-.lay- at hla home at Plymouth
Meolliajf. Pa., near hero. Mr. iFanahawe.
aiho waa ailvancetl In yeara, rrttrexl
from the tai'l n.a. I (Vimptiiny never.il ara
ago lie afterward bncanie a memlher of
a fock echanr firm, but Inter with
drew lrom a.ttve bualreeaa altoKether.
Oalltr of MarOer at DrTealy-Twa,
MKPINA, .. Nov. la. A Jury to
day found Chrlatlau tlteuer. aaad aev-enty-lwo.
aullty of munlerlna hla wife,
aged alxty-flva. Mo waa convicted of
Ural degree murder, hut the Jury rec
ommended mercy of lha Court. Mra.
flleur wan beaten to death and her body
found hurled In a atahle.
Han l alla Ira HrlOgre Habit.
NIAOAKA FAL.U. Nov. . The
popular but parlloua winter habit of
rmaalng lea bridaea at the lalla hai
been prohibited hy a new ordinance
paaaed by tha Park Commlaslonera.
of All Descriptions
We have in atork tke moat rom-
pletr line of high class furs in New
York. Uut Puny and Caracul Coati
are prrfert in every detail. For the
next week we will aril these coata from
Hie regular price has formerly barn
Take advantage of those bar-
galns, aa the chance will not occur
A single visit will convince.
EMERICK & BEYER,
34 E. 21st St., N.Y. City.
and feel good for nothing. Surely you are not willing to endure
the headache, the backache, the lassitude, the nervousness,
the general sense of misery from which women are so apt to
suffer at timesJui There is a far better thing to do.
Thousands and thousands of now stronger and happier
women remember Beecham's Pills
and the help they
have found in their
use, with gratitude. If
you wish to be health
ier try a
You will be astonished
at the difference in your feelings,
your spirits and your looks.
Your digestive organs will be
strengthened, your liver stimulated,
your bowels regulated.
With these organs in good order, and with impurities
removed from your system, all your bodily functions will be
performed naturally, without suffering.
Yott will have purer, richer blood, brighter eyes, clearer
complexion. You will know what it ia to be cheerful and
what this means to yourself and those about you after you have
secured the tonic effect of the valuable and reliable Beecham's
Pills. You will know how genuine these true friends are which
Make Women Healthier
fir MiMriU' o. Iffjrv In no hU(tmf l'i-H;iy g
'Unrmn llN mmtfr.
'STRIKE' TO BREAK QUORUM.
I'revent RctlMfcans Md I-'ubi'Hi Mfffl
From F.lecthiP, ILiennmllcr's
All the liemocratlc tnemhera of Ihe
Hoard of Aldermen "alrurk" and
t tlked out of the chamber to-dav
when tha Republican and Fusion mem
bera, who had a majority praaenl, tried
to elect a member lo Miicceed John
William Hagentnuller, who realaned
When lha Republican and Kusloti
members re-asHctnbled after the stam
pede there waa not a quorum present,
.md an adjournment waa declared.
fiio.ooo.ooo atock laene.
MoMTKEAL. Nov. 18 The Canadlnn
PaclMc Itallroad Company to-day an
nounced a slock Issue of 140,000,000 IS
Khareholdera of record on Jun. 2.
! The kolullon of the myalery of the
I .j paaraa or Kv Da PMa, a pretty
ecrl.ear-o:d alrl. from her home sM
So. I 'AS r.emeti Hire.:, Hro.iklyti. three
month a cn cum- nut tn-dny at Mlti-ohi,
i ra Jaaapa Varaaa is Nafd on a
r'urge of nbiljclliiH the (UJi and the
Irl i hafd ok a nitma'f tftlAft tin
priaonar. An aMt!onal ciKirire or at
lamptlflrf to kin Roriafkblc Bcotl Thon.p
on of'Oyatst Bajr fast nicht Itwaaainai
T'n- He Trui Kiel aaya In. -net Vareka
In Kronklyn last September and wfta
lured oy. him In a hotel In .Manhattan,
where Stlij W'ae lruiraed. She found her
tast tba aaS day In Saybrook, Conn , !
where h waa held captive, by Varokn
and two other men until Ihe wenka aao.
when rhe w.ia taken to Oyaier Bay and
linprlaone'l In a house.
A l.i.nj n.,. - . - . - ..tni At mmirm mmA lar nal Sand 10c
was balai BaM a prisoner. Thompson f
want to the address hadfoatad with two i
daautlaa Vareka tlreil three shots at
Thonuaon and fought viciously until I
ovoiTowcred. The offense of Vareka i
comes under th" Kederal White Slave
act. h1 forcible control of tha Klrl hav
ISSJ extended over two Statoa.
DON'T BE AN OLD MAN HUSBAND
BECAUSE Of GREY HAIR
Don't kapk ai tty when your wtle look on
ly twenty . Don't be tba object of comment
among your friends and naif hbori. Don't
be that grey-haired paae Tookiag fellow
who' loo old looking for thla and for that.
There'i no excuse for It. duty to your
til and particularly your oam desire to
BR YOUNG look young, to do fh ac
tive energetic thing, and keep up with the
YOUNGER GENERATION should
convince you that von ought to GET RID
of those GREY HAIRS " ought to
keep them out.
Nature never Intended they should be In
a young bead. Help bar along - U8E-
WB HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
ft it sad Sc ai Drsf floral er eHrerl arm re
Mate Klral In Hank Parmrsli.
Al.liANV, Nov. 19-The rluht of the
PFR UTFK ! k" c v" i and
reffft r.r.rv Tmlr 1mmilJ vtll
in tn. latest wjli,
I.ADlFTf AMI UEXYbnMKN
cixiTHi.sa. ruM and wh
OO ATS at tha lowest prices.
MANHATTAN CLOTHING CO.
lit IN 9l Ate., row. 72d Nl. Open Kvaa.
Oirsc Ivcsw of ajwoiai voitta U wqwuh
At all druggists, 10c, 25c
ar ayafA tvtry bat "Tha Uuaai fja a Aj HriiSmJfi laa Wxtf"
SAMUEL H. LUMMIS, Receiver in Bankruptcy
NoC. 0. D.'i
23rd Street. West
Beginning To-Morrow, Wednesday, at 8.30 A. M., Will Hold a
BY ORDER OF THE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
Tha latest, moat exclusive lines of Suita, Gowns, Coats, Dresses, Furs,
Trimmed & Un trimmed Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Hosiery,
Underwear, Neckwear, Dressy & Tailored Blouses, Petticoats, Etc., Etc.
ABSOLUTELY ALL MERCHANDISE TO BE SOLD
At Less Than Original Cost
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CREDITORS
WITHOUT EXCEPTION OR EXAGGERATION THE MOST SENSATIONAL HAPPENING IN THE
HISTORY OF EXCLUSIVE SPECIALTY RETAILING,!
TRIMMED MILLINERY 5 Extraordinary Lots
Lot All the $5.00 Trimmed Hats Black and Colored Velvets. At 1.50
Lot 2 All the $7.50 Trimmed Hats Ribbons and Fancies. At 3.S0
Lot 3 All $15 Hats Gold & Silver Laces & Ostrich Trimmed. At S.00
Lot 4 All $20 Hats Stunning Paradise & Guara Trimmings. At 10.00
Lot 5 All Feather Hats Were 50.00 an'd up. Now 20.00 A 30.00
600 pieces the New Flowered SILK RIBBONS Rdr, 10c yd.
UNTRIMMED MILLINERY Astonishing Savings
Rloek V.lu..t sk.n..
(Valua $l.M,SS.Si and 13.99) 50 C
Plush Crowned Tama. Black and Black
and Whita. (Valua 93.95) 1.00
Imported Shapes of Heavy Plush.
Hatters' Plush and Silk Velvat, Whita.
Black and Colors.
(Formarly $8.50 to $12.50) 2.7 S
All remaining Ostrich Plume, Paradise, Ostrich Fancies, Wings, Fancy Feather
EttectsNOW MARKED AT HALF ORIGINAL COST I
$15.00 STREET COATS. r nn
full length. 5.UU
$27.50 to S30.00TAILORED
J22.50 Doubla Facad Chinchilla Coata. 7 .SO
$25.00 Doubla Facad Chinchilla Coata, 9.7 5
$55 C harmov.se or Broadcloth Eva's Coata, 21.00
$75.00 Braidad Valour Coata. 27.50
$27.50 Chinchilla Coata, Lata Models 13.75
tslth lluali r:!v,
27.50 Worumbo Zibaline Coata 8.75
$25.00 Zebra Stripad Coafa 13.75
$18.75 Haavy Mixtura Coata, 8.75
$8.75 Raincoats. 4.75
$3.50 Raincoats. 1,75
$2.50 Lingaria Waists. 1.00
$5.75 Brocaded Charmeuaa Waiata. 2.95
$4.95 Chiffon Waiata. all ahadaa, 2.95
$9.75 Chiffon Waiata. all ahadaa. 5.00
$60.00 Velvat and Corduroy Suita, 27.50
$32.50 Tailor-Mada Suita, 2.75
$45.00 Importad Corduroy and Velvat Suita, 22.50
$45.00 Broadcloth Suita, (Braided Cutaway) 21.75
$29.75 Norfolk Suita (alao other modala), 14.75
$37.50 Velour de Laine Suita. 7.50
$100.00 Fur Trimmed Velvet Suita, 49.50
$49.00 Charmeuaa Evening Dreaaea. 22.50
$37.50 Chiffon Party Dreaaea, 17.50
$32.50 Chiffon Dancing Dreaaea, 14.75
$37.50 Corduroy Dancing Dreaaea, 15.75
$37.50 Brocaded Charmeuae Eva'g Dreaaea, 19.75
$15.00 Charmeuaa Dreaaea, 6.75
$22.50 Charmeuaa Dreaaea, 9.75
$15.00 Serae Dreaaea. 4.75
$20.00 Velvet and Corduroy
Thtse are Only HINTS of Hundreds MORE-Call and SEE!
Saving and Satisfaction at!
If retail jewellers generally wre direct importers of diamonds,
nivinir ennt nth fnr them an.l mouHnc them in their own factory
If thev bouirtit so larrely, strailt from manufacturers, that they
couia sen ai laciory pui-cs
If they kept operating expenseslovn to the lowest level cnisist-
anf tarirK nu. I C r if
Will Willi Jt'"'U J. iVs
Then they might he clashed h LAMIJL:RTS. As It i, the .
Saving Satisfaction and Security oi buying all diamond and gold :
l -in.1 silver watches andsilverware (of course. IncludlfU !
Christmas gifts) at Lamberts is plainas the sign abovi our door.
"Well Bought k Half Sold'
arc dlrNtl InpOfttfl
a rut superbly mounted
In our own factory In I
solid gold and solitl
platinum. This It a
saving for the cui-
tomer. Christmas dia-1
ironds perfectly cut I
and mounted to dis-1
close all their brilliancy
This old saying fits
Tliey are well bought
because they are
bought of the dia
mond cutters in Eu
rope and never of mid
dlemen. The cash is
paid when the goods
are delivered, and thai
means the lowest
Trices, especially as we
"uy in quantities.
Others 810 00
rings, $2 50
are within your means
"t Lamberts now, when
150? diamond prices else
where are higher.
n men s
am. a ... a r
netted Watches in Varrantett cases
Keep these facts before your mind whe you look at a watcli at Lamberts
We handle ( INLY MOVEMENTS PROM 1ANUFACTURERS OF Tilt HIGH
EST KKPUT.ATION. Not merely are they ex nined before we get them, but t!ie ,
Lambert watchmakers regulate them befor and then after iliey are put into
the gold or silver cases, which are made ti iit.
WE GUARANTEE ALL WATCHES, and i no case is a price one cent higher;
(1,... aaaeaalieVafl I t. I...H..
Mi.ni Luai n aim crvitc jusxuy.
dSlFl Ri MM 42aHk
me waten on tne leuj rne middle wan is
jbriv h , t.illw taataa as accurate a w.tui as
-.. . . ,. ...... ....... ,
I any man could Vsir v
a guarantees ITaftW- w;th dtiu(,lv
eiiea waunam. tiitin. walt iam. blain -:jm-
Hamilton or Lambert bfrt works in 5011 ,4
work, In massive solid 5?". !M hun!U.,,-
in me ever-iasji.oapie
14-karat gold ngraved ,nKine turned a at a ,
hunting case. $0 00. ,$42.50.
The monogram atcl
on the ngiu In .
:ieaw solid H-kar.it gr!
reilatedl hunting case. '.e c-
v I .1 v c nn mi ;, j,
original stvies w th' ut
charge. Choice .it t ill
17 JEWEU.ED ADJUST
ED Waltham. Hgin. 'fin'
ilton or Larnbart works.
.Many other soHd afild walchei for men. 15.00 up: sold filled cases, war-
ranted for 20 years. v.75 up; sterling silver, loo up. i
Ladies' .watcnes, solid gold hunting or ofn face cases, $7.50 up. Gold .
filled cases from the famous Crescent Watch daj ComDanv. S12.0U am silver. .
$3.75 up. All carelully tested and fully gu.irateed.
Saamlacc Uff skA A 1 A DSnn'c il
As the popularity of Lambert
Seamless Solid Gold Veiding
Rings spreads always, v1 are al
ways increasing our businas. No
rx1y can praise them toohighly.
livery shape and w idth ant style.
M-Karat 83 30
IS-Karat. . .$4 00
22-Karat. . .$5.26
M-Kirat . $6 00 i'
22-Karat. .$10 60 1
Densified Signet Kings
These signet rings are all heavy solid 14-karat gold and are made with
steel dies, wfilch harden the wearing quality to a egree not usual in rings
at moderate prices. Finishing touches are made b hand. All are carefully
examined. No charge for engraving monograms.
r, rosa fln-
f m. r
i rius ,n.i
Countless other atylea in plain gold. $2.00 in. Chased or an.
graved. $2.25 up. Sat with directly imported d&monds, $10.00 up.
Children's signets, chaaad or engraved, $1.00 up.
Every Bracelet Guaraiteed
If you plan to buy a Christmas bracelet do not cva think of going else
where than to Lamberts. All the styles we could showip this advertisement
would be only an advance guard of the ARMY OF BEAfiTIFUL NEW DESIGNS
in the store. Please COMPARE these prices with tin demanded" by Other
English finish solid
14-karat gold nan
gle (that does not
open), engraved en
tirely b h a n d,
tonlan color, rich an
tll4 effect in solid 14.
krat gold, diamond
entre bracelet (opens
wth ioiut . C'.tLhV
a Hn.graaannliJ (&M Bracelet!. $6.00 ur. Plin Q u
Bracelets, $6.00 up. Diamond-mounted Solid Gold Brackets, $15.00 up.
Diamonds, Rubies, Amethysts sail Sapphires
rue uublic expects more kinds of solid gold and levelled scarf rii s at
Lamberts than it finds at any other store in New York. We do not disar mint
the public, but always meet its views as to style, finish an! value
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Third Ave., Corner 58tk Street
Store Open Daily Till 6. Saturday Mights Till 10.