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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNEBUT, WfmRTHBETl 3D, TTTt.
LITTLE WOMAN STRUCK
MASHER AND THEN SHE
Boston Man (ioes to Work-)
House After Feeling Force
of Mrs. Miller's Fist.
Another maatier. the flrat to b ar
rested tn t.r rlosntown ssctlon, was
sent In the workhouse for twenty (lavs
hjr MaKlstntfe Krer"hl. sHIlnn In the
Tombs Police Court. to-day. lie srave
Hie mm' uf Harry Puane and ealil hlH
hMM was In Hnston. When DHM
was arraigned lie waa nursln hrulserl
eye lvn him hy the romplalnant,
Mrs. llnse Miliar. 4 pretty, rsxl-cheslien
little woman wno RVM at N. J4T
I ivas walllnit for rnj husband .'n
QslBarlas MM yetcrday afternoon,"
Mia. .Miller told Ilia Court. "when thli I
man approached mo. Uf tipped his hat 1
ml raid, 'Oh, you sweetie ' I turned
n b.irk on him and looked Into a show
window. He walked liy ma and then
tame hack again. Thla lima he anked
me If I wanted to have a food time.
Hla word were no inalnuntltut that 1
slapped htm In the face with my purae.
Then I walked down lha street, with
him follrina: me.
"When I readied a corner I looked
for a polleeman. I nuld not find one, ao
when he came up to me 1 atopped and
lie put hla hand on my arm. Then
struck him with my flat."
Mra. .Miller aald that by thla time her
husband had come out of the hutldtnc
where he waa employed aa an electric
ian, and serin her atrlka tha man, ran
to her assistance. Mlllrr held the masher,
who attempted to sjel away, until Mr.
Miller had brought Policeman Daly, who
1 mane did not offer to make any amtty
In sentsncln the maaher Magistrate
Freachl aald: "It la Just aurti men aa
you that make the atreta uncomfort
able for New York women. It la men
of your type who coma tiara from out
of town to have a food tuna an.) Inault
rtapev table women on our streets. Tou
aaean to think your praawnca In a town
way from your home glv.s you un
limited ltoanae to mult woman on our
'In bringing you to court thla com
plalnant haa done Just tha aort of thing
that will. In time, eliminate your kind
Irom the streets. We have Jiurt one
place for you here and that la tha work-
LAWYER WANTS SLAYER
RETRIED IN THE BRONX.
.hisepii .1. McKtnni Qcti Wril
Owinp to Unique Point
Made hy Cnun el.
JUStlC Senium III the Sllprellii' CoUTI
tn-dav grsnlcd a writ of haheaa rorpii
in favor .if Joee.fi i MoKanna, now In
tne Mftg ln leath hoVSg RWSUlM
execution on He". I for the nuird f
H'.gfrld Ki katrorn The writ was Bf fved
mi Warilen John S. Kennedy at OSSlnlflfl
to-da.f and la retnrnalile bofofl Jnatlie
Heal.urv In HperlHl Term, 1'nit II. of
the Bwpeacne COMI here I'tnuv nBM
luar at 10 30 o'clock, when M Kenna
will he brought from the .lentil nhamln r
to New York city.
The lawyer' petition charges that
MKaana'i trial waa Illegal in tout it
v.ae held In New York Count, whena
Die llronx Count1 A t, passerl by tile
l.cg.slature on April ID, 1D1J. make it
Imperative that trial of felonle 00 HI
mltteil n Bronx County inuat he tried
Iti that Jurisdiction. Ill contentions
are unique and of Public Interest be
cane ir thev are sustained not onlv
McKenna oe free, hut there will fol
low a jaii deiivtry uf avar nvs liundred
HARMLESS WAY TO
JD MAKE IT SOFT AND BEAUTIFUL
A Little Sago and Sulphur
Will Make the Clnv Hair
Vanial) ami Remove Every
Particle of Dandruff.
W ho dors not know the value of Sage
anil Sulphur for keeping the Imir dark,
soft ami itlossj and in flood condition?
As a mailer of (ml. Sulphur is a nal
ural element of luiir. and a deficiency
of it in tin' hair i held liy many Main
specialists to lie connected with hus of
color ami vitality ol tne hair. t B
questionably, llierc is no Iwtter remedy
for hair and scalp trouble, especially
premature gravnras, than Sage and
Sulphur, if properly prepared.
The Wyclh f heniieal Company of
New York put mil an ideal preparation.
Of this kind, i-alled Wyelh's Sage and
Sulphur llair Hemedy. in which Sage
and Sulphur are combined with other
valuable remedies for keeping the hair
and scalp in clean, healthy condition.
If your hail i losing its rolor or COM
-taut i j coining out. or if you are troubled
with dandruff or dry. itchy scalp, get a
fifty-cent bottle of Wyelh's Sage and
Sulphur from your druggiat, me it ac
cording to the simple dim I ion, and
sec what h difference a few ilays' treat
ment will make in the appearance of
All druegists sell it. under guarantee
that the money will be refunded if the
remedy is not-rxactly as represented
It innk.ua little difference whut you nood a World "Want" will go get It.
LAWYERS WHO WOULONT
"MOVE ON" ARE ARRESTED.
Magistrate Reprimands Ttiem for
Refusing to Obey Policeman's
Gordon Klaetterg of Oolderolth ft
Veyar. lawyers at No. MO Broadway,
and Walter A. Hlrach of Htrach, 8chu
arnwn av Lradeierg, leJvysre at No. in
Srondwar. ware tak.n before Maajla
trate O'Connor In MorrUanla Court to
day fairly aputtarlntr with wrath
acalnat Pollratnan We-gner. who had
Treated them. The two had pleaded
unsuccessfully the cases of chauffeurs
arrested yesterday for speeding. They
had atopped on the ahtowaUt jnat out
Bide the window of the court to re
view the proceeding.
Wagner aakejd them to do their talk
Ing somewhere else, sarins" that Magis
trate had told him oratory outalde the
court windows was annoying. They
were Indignant and addressed them
selves to the policeman at length, giv
ing htm fuM Information aa to their
landing aa members of the bar, He
arreated them and took then Inelde.
"I know you both." aald Mnglatratr
O'Connor, "and know of your high po
altlon at the bar. I also know you wall
enough to know that you know better
than to act aa you did when a police
man made a perfectly proper rsxiuesL
I find you guilty and discharge you with
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Be you dining at home, din
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town we can 4 'talk turkey" on
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dinner jackets, tuxedos all of really beautiful
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Heavy Suits for the coldest of Thanksgiv
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Founded IS 26
Special for Thursday
100 Women 's Coats
Chinchillas and other popular winter ma
terials in a selection of 50 inch length
yg -Value $45.00
Fur Collared Coats
of Yelour-de-Laine with moleskin collar,
and a smart 50 inch model of Imported
Corduroy in black, brown, taupe and blue.
All handsomely lined throughout and
Are Showing Over 350 Shades in
Satin Crepes, Crepe Meteor,
Crepe Crocodile & Crepe Charmeuse
at $1. 78 up to $5.00 per yard
Plain Colored India Silk
47 inches wide, in a complete assortment l 0
of evening and street shades, including! 5"
the most extreme tit.ts per yard J
Dress & Trimming V elvets
are carried in regular stock in extensive assort
ments, at popular prices
Black Crepe Charmeuse fa cn
Double width. . . usually $5.00 per yardJJOt
Sweaters for Women &
Misses at Special Prices
Angora Coats sf
in all colors, rough neck or V shape.
Zephyr Wool Sweaters
all colors Value $8.00
Value $5.00 1 $2.95
IV omen 'j Kmt Underwear
Union Suits .
of soft cotton Value $1 .00 J 5C
Union Suits 1
of merino. Value $2.00 fS
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
Lord & Taylor
Special for Thursday
An Unusual Offering of ,
200 Tailored Suits
Values to $.35.00
Presenting the very latest styles
and. colorings in the best materials.
Every suit is heavily interlined.
Desirable Dress Goods
suitable for Suits, Dresses, Coats and Chil
dren's Wear, in plain colors and mixtures
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Imported W ool Dress V elour
in black and navy blue.
Usually $2.50 and $3.00 per yard
Imported 'Black Corduroy
narrow and wide wale.
Usually $.5 per yard
Black and Colored Serges
SO inches wide, sponged.
Regular price $1.45 per yard
36 inch Brocaded Lining Satins
in evening and street shades.
Special, per yard
The Season 's Newest Laces
at Specially Attractive Prices
Real Cluny Lace Edges and Insertions
Yl to 5 inches wide
J$c to $1.25 per yard v"
Cream Lace Flouncings
in shadow, Alencon, hand embroidered net and Venue
net top effects. 24 to 40 inches wide.
$1.75 to $5.25 per yard
Shadov Lace All-Overs
Black, white and cream, 42 inches wide
$1.25 to $2.95 per yard
Black Silk Embroidered Net Laces
4 to 9 inches wide
55c to 95c per yard
Gold and Silver Laces and Insertions
in shadow and Point Venise effects
$1.50 to $5.25 per yard
Broadway & 0th St.; 5th Ave,; 10th St.
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MYKTLg AVuNUb AU bRIUOb STREET
Long Nap White Beavers
$2.48 and $2.98
These Fluffy White Deavers arr
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This is the place to make your selection,
as we manufacture them and carry
tl r largest ntuck to be found in hecity.
fiver dozen fine shapes, 11.(10 to
Special at $2.48 and $2.98
200 Trimmed Hats, $2.98
tin. lot in. In. I. lilacs, lii'avcrs. hrrct 1'ile elvel and elour Hat
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