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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1019.
CAUGHT ON FIELD
Gun-Carrier of SanJel Mertz
Captured When on Hunt
TWO VICTIMS ARI: DI. D.
Five Fights and Many nullets
Have Terrorized Mul
Th oonrlrtlon xtrdr of th four
gunman who k 111.4 Iltrmkn nnthal
SIS not hava tha n. t of k.pu.g
Frank Domlnlck from tnrtlnf throuah
Matbsrry atrt with tn Kprad d
terminatim, to do m iMr early to-day.
Natra last Uooitnlrk iu looking for
oaaebodr with a, fun raaehaS Polio maa
Moffltt of th lturbrry atrt atatlon.
Ha arretted Domlnlok In front of No.
M ' lfulbarry etrt and took a loadad
rarolvar from hi rcrkt
Dominic la a mambar of tha "CMok"
TrlfeRar fans and haa bn rarognUrd
a Saafdom aa "run carrier" for Oandal
. Marti, who, alnoa th killing- of Jaok
Colic. Is th. leading gungit.r of tha
aaat aide. M ru live at No. Iff Mul
fcarrv atrt and hia tenancy thar baa
made tha netchhnrhood a arena of blood
ahad and murder.
Following a gun Aght In front of
No. Mulberry atreet on Sapt It
Marti waa arraatad. Two loadad re
volver war found la hla poakata. Ha
waa releaecd on ball to await trial.
and, In order to avoid having a eerond
often charged again! htm In raae h
ehouM ba auddanly arreated. ha dale
gatd th taak of carrying hla arlll
lary to Domlnlok.
MERTZ NOT IN SIGHT WHIN AR
REST WAS MAOE.
S hathar or not Mart waa with Iom
tnlck whan the latter atarted thrnugh
' t Mulberry atr.et coffee him. IS"
y looking for nmbody la not known
to th police Martfl wa not In eight
whn Domlnlck waa arretted.
Lw-blllng pe pt living near No W
M'llbarry atreet ere anxlmi that M i tr
be triad anl eent to prlaon for carrying
vincJ1 wSSSSM Thetv are nfrei.i to
go on the atreet at nlgnt, an dang.ro in
MS the tr".i)lty ln--om of M.rtx am
bition, whl'-h run counter to the dp
Igrn nnd o M tipatlona of other eaat aide
Mrrtr. aSSSSSS llturb1ng fctor on
tbe earn aiileluu h l'i Ot oniher, ltlii.
whe wltti eeveral of Ml followera he
Invnderl ,ln-k SeM'a ganibllng hoiiae tn
('Union .tr.pt anl atole tlia "tiankrojll"
amounting to ;. t a wore van
gnanca and Sidfel waat much irme.
On Jan 4, 111, Mart waa In a mov
ing iilcture allow at No. S7 KutaTcr
auett. wihen he waa tuM a friend want
ed . aea him outalde. Me went out an.l
met "WJiltey" Lewla, one of tha four
gunmen convicted of V ItoaenthaJ mur
der yeeterdev tetWal advanced with
otitatratched right hand and Mertx
thook handaj wloh him.
WMI Liawla held Marti'a right
hand Ogtrtly rlaaped. up atepped ".lack"
Zllg and fired a buUet Into Merta'a
abdomen. Then Kaltg and Lew Jumped
Into an awtamofeUa and rode amy.
Mnrti urpr1d th ho pita! doatora by
ONI MAN FELL AFTER HOT
On Asm I of thie 7 ear, men auppoaed
to rapraeent "Jkyck" Zallg lay m wait
for Marti 1n frond of Ml home at No.
iff Mulberry atreet. Marti, with a body
guard, i ti gaged In battle with hla an
emla and when th eounda of th ahata
had brought the poHoe no one coukt ha
found but 0alvatora (lanon. Who waa
lying on the elderwalk with a bullet
wound to hi adoman. Ha amid ha didn't
know who atoot htav
On the night of June X chare waa tn
other haul la front of No. Iff Mulberry
treat Whan tha polio reanhad the
arena they found flalvator Conao dead
with btill.t wound through hla tmad.
Wv ahot CowSS haa nvr been ro
raaled. Outalde of a few minor dleturhancna
Mulberry atreet around Banrtel Mrria'a
home waa quiet during the autnmer
Jut In September thing began to liven
On the evtnlng of Kept. I a party of
young men waylaid M.rt at Kenmure
and Mott tret and beat him up
l.ntv In tha night Merti and member
of hla gang ambuahed theae aam
young man at the aam corner and a
platol battle wa fought Th aa!l
anta of Mirt war riding In an auto
mobile. TWO EMPTY GUNS FOUND IN
hey dee-rtef their car and nd.
Kverybody but the chauffeur Wag out
of eight when t.'ie pollr.mrn arrived.
Two empty revolver, with barrHa lint
from recant firing, were found In the
tonneau of the car.
On apt. It men began to ahoot at
each other In front of No. S Mulberry
treat. A ten-year-old girl. Matty la
lange, wa ahot, but not acrloualy hurt.
On Kept 21 there wa another gun tight
at the aam place.
Prom rhe above rec ital It would ap
pear that lhr ar a raw gunmen atlll
at large on the eaat aide
Trail Thompeon ttev I . K. Trramret
WASHINHTON, Nov. IS. CstMl
Thomparm waa appointed Treaeurcr of
'the 1,'nlted ftl.itea to ilay by Praalden
Taft tu unread I.e.. Mci'lung, wh i re
lgn"'l rcentlv. Mr. ThOftlggon will
aaaum hi new ilutle to-morrow nntl
harlra 1 llllloa, who win aecretary
to the I'reeldent Imfore th iivgliuilng
of th laat cainp.ilgn, will rvlurn to
PATIENT FALLS TO DEATH.
Temporarily lnoe After Oper
ation, He ( limb Oat Window.
Igatofe 'laftln, a tailor, living with hi
Ml a Im kAlMaa Vo If Orchard
atrc' t. gjnd hlme-lf by crawling out of
the fourth -stogy at mows of a Gouvaf
f.or lloaiiltal nnrfl early to-da' He
aufferlng rrom what tne aurrona
i. ill ' poet -operation inonin."
on Monday. Ouffln waa gutldcnly
ai-ll elth acute aiipendliitla nud tt ia
PaOMTsi to the hospital, where ha wn.
UpffSIISd upon. Yi sterday, the tr-njwir-nry
manln. whli h aomellmea nc om
paolea capital operation, overtook th
If! frtlUnr, Oaflln trurk a picket fetira
of 1nm and wna IMSloS when one of the
apeitra iietietrntel th.. raJf of one le
The hock cauned th wotind ID hl
altdomen t open and though the ur- ,
geon hurried him to the opemllnit
table and tried to aave hla life, Ihl lr i
effcirta mere frurtlew
17 Minute from
Grand Central to
A. 4 S.
Moyt St Direct.
I III II III I llll llllll lllllllllllllllMllllllllIIIIIIIMsaMsai at I Ml IIII H
W Allnutti from
Jsnsy City to
Hoyt St A. & S.
by Tunnel and
CLEANS THE HAIR AND MAKES IT
In a few moments your hair looks soft, fluffy, lus
trous and abundant No falling hair or dandruff
Surely try a "Danrlerinc Hair Cleanae"
if you wild to immediately dnulile the
beauty of your hair. Juat moiatrn a
cloth with Oandrrine and draw it care
fully through your hair, taking one
email itrand at a time; Ihi will cleanae
the hair ot dual, dirt nr any exceaivr
oil. In a few momenta you will he
amaged. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy
and abundant and pours an incom
parable oftne. luatre and luxuriance,
the beauty and ihimmer of true hair
Beaidea beautifying the hair, one ap
plication nf Dandnnnr diaanlvea every
particle of Dnndruff; cleanae,, purifie,
and invigoratri the fcalp. ftircvcr top
pin itching and falling hair.
I )n ruler i tn- in to the hnir what frrh
shower, of rain ami sunshine arc to
vegetation. It goe right to the roots,
invigorates and trrngthrn Ihrm; It
exhilarating, atimulnting and life-producing
proper! iea cause the hair In
grow abundantly long, atrong and
You can surely have pretty, toft,
luatrou hair, and lots of it, if you will
hut get a t!i cent bottle of Km. wit mi's
Dnnderine from any drug store or
toilet counter and try it a directed.
How About Your Dining-Room?
i- H ready for TtxrKey 'Day ? Only 8 day off!
yow dinner fauitt taste better and you'll haOe more
reasons for ThanKsgi-ving if you get some nebu
things j-or your home, it s SO easy.
New Harlem Store
Acres of Floor Space
3rd Ave. (Ei
2212 to 2224 Third Ave.
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
$15 Worth for 25c Weekly
$50 Worth for 75c Weekly
$100 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
10 Off If You Prefer to PayCash
Farnlture, Bedding. Rajs, Carpets, Oilcloth, Curtains, Stoves -Everything for HouseKeeping
oak, kichly poV
lahatt Note tha
claw fast and
carving at top.
handsome Diners, Sideboard,
Cjft Quartered Oak, $24
groin art-flaaa pan
els; long g r a a n
Handaogflg aS-lnch axtamlnn
table. Beautiful polished top,
snastva pedestal. Note the carved
heads and slaw feet on the heavy
All Mnde, from S4.es up
Japanese Tea Set, St .49
IT alee, of
nr at and
t ll prlc.
-?! In Tsneatrv Run SI. SB
9xV ft. Kensington Art Rugs.. 8 75
7 6x10.6 ft. Colonial Kag Rugs.. B.SB
oxS ft. Smyrna Rugs 18.50
9xil ft. Velvet Rugs 1 50
Oilcloths, sll grades, from SOc
Pliin Brown Linoleum 66c
Tspestry Csrpels from 69c
Velvet Carpets from SI 93
18x30 Rubber Poor Mats. . . .Sl-00
No charge for measuring, tewing,
Isying or lining.
tS-inch P, utter
an J Ongoing Stt,
Pine q u a r
tered oak back
and panel; pret
a t r o n g cane
seat; others of every kind.
In beautiful fumed
oak, seat of Imlta-
Very pretty de
sign, substantial oak,
well made through
out. Top drawers
are swell front and
wide drawer la ser
pentine. Oval mir
Others of every
type at every price.
finish and very
well ma.le through
out. Dellc a t e I y
shaped, but strong
legs. Desks for
every purpose of.
flee, library, bed
room s.id parlor.
Ktedtd to Pf,.
Cold wetUhar la
coining ' This Is
lsri I I I
t n v . btavlit
btillt. with nlctcol
trim minus In
cludes - elbowe.
3-Pc. Spanish Leather Suite. $42.50
Remarkable value. Heavy mahogany finish frames with claw
feet The upholstering is extra line. Uacks and seats covered In
real Spanish leather, any color desired.
Paror tnd Llbrd y Suttt3 and itnglt Pieces. All Woods. Alt
Coverings nd All Prices
Clearance of the Famous Pellet Davis Stock
Of Apparel at 60c On the
Dollar and Extraordinary
Offerings of Our Own
WH STIRRED THE TOWN with this sale, the greatest apparel
event ever known in the history of the business, the entire stock of Pel
ler, Davis & Co., of Fifth Avaiue, New York, at 6oc on the dollar. To
the clearance of this stock we add for Thursday selling wonderful val
ues from our own stock of Women's, Misses' and Infants' Coats, Suits,
Dresses, Waists and Hats.
Manhattan and Bronx people can reach the store in a jiffy by taking
the Brooklyn subway express trains direct to the A. & S. Station at
Girls' Coats and Dresses
Peller Davis Stock
Girls' Coals of Broadcloth, Zibeline, Cheviot and Mixtures; some lined throughout, others lined to
Peller Davis Prices $13.50 to S1S.00; our prices, $8.25 to $21.00.
Girls' Dress of Serge, Repp, Linen and Chillis; made in various models; trimmed with Velvet or
Silk, in contrasting colors; sizes 6 to 14 years.
Peller Davis Prices, $5.50 to $25.00; our prices, $3.25 to $15.00.
Women's Smart Tailored Suits
From the Peller Davis and Our Own Stocks
A great many of our own high-grade Suits with the Peller Davis stock, including a number of im
ported models; the materials Eporfge, Velour Cloths, handsome combinations of Velvet and Brocade and
Broadcloths, Velour de Laine, Charmeuse, Bedford Cords, Velveteens, Plushes and Corduroys.
Peller Davis Prices, 035.00 to $59.75; our prices, $25.00 to $35.75.
From our own stock, $25.00 to $1 5o.oo Suits, reduced to $15.00 to $110.00.
Women's High Grade Evening
Peller Davis Prices, $05.00 to $165.00; our
prices, $39.00 to $99.00.
From our own stock we offer:
Women's high grade Imported and American
made Silk Velvet and Velour Oits, all model gar
ments and one of a kind; lined with white and light
colored sun ana nanjsomclv trimmed.
Regularly 15X9! to 1179.00; clearance price, S31.05
Herwid Floor. Ontnl Building.
aPElafSsBx SSJ PtaWtL' 9a. - a
Women's Dresses From Our Own
and the Peller Davis Stock
Just forty-nine Dresses In the Peller Davis vtock; some
of Charmeuse, Brocade and Serge; also Lingerie and Linen.
Peller Davis Prices, $17.00 to $147.50; our
prices, $10.50 to $88.50.
From our own stock we offer:
$20 to $34 Chiffon Dancing Frocks.
514.98 to $22.98
Pretty Chiffon Dancing Frocks, all newest evening
shades, with chiffon draped skirts and low neck and
$40 Afternoon and Evening Dresses, $29.98
Chiffon, Velvet and Charmeuse Dresses beautiful styles.
From the Peller Davis Stock
ONE OF THE MOST remarkable crowd-bringing sales this Babywear Siore has ever inaugurated
Came as the result of this great purchase of stock of Peller, Davis & Co. of Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.
Just three from a host of special offerings for Thursday:
Quilted Wrappers for Babies, very
daintily tufted and feather-stitched;
tied with heavy cord. Peller Davis
Price, 11.50; our price, Sl-00.
Carriage Afghans, silk lined, made
of Cashmere; daintily embroidered;
scalloped edge; tied at each corner
with ribbon bow. Peller Davis
Price, 15.25; our price. S3.26.
Hand Embroidered Long Skirts, of
Silk Flannel, with hand scalloped
edge. Peller Davis Price, 3.00; our
price, S8 O0.
Scond Flan, front. Kait Building.
$16.50 to $25.00 Salon Hats, at $10.00
Trimmed With Fur, Ostrich or Paradise Feathers
THE PREDOMINATING trimmings on the Hats worn at the Horse Show were of Fur, Paradise
and Ostrich Plumes. Paris forecasted this preference many weeks ago, and the Salon showing of these
Hals is simply superb, and astonishingly little priced. Latest designs and colorings.
$40.00 to $65.00 Fur Hats, $25.00
A large assortment of Fur Hats in the fashionable fur. A special display of Mourning Millinery.
nttiuu r jour, rear man utnunisg.
of Big Bargains
S1.00 Black All Wool Che
viot, 59c a yard.
SI. 10 Black Fiielish Spot-
proof Prunella, 79c.
50c Black All Wool Nun's j
Veiling, 29c a yard.
19c Butcher Knives, 17c 1
14c Gravy Strainers, 10c
IOC Deep Jelly Cake Pans, !
Women's $3.00 Shoes, at i
Men's S3.49 Shaker Knit
Coat Sweaters, $2.98.
81.50 to S2.00 Golf CU:b
Bovs' 75c Roller Skates, I
81.00 Sliding Book Racks,
SI 7.oo Buffets, G old en
S25.0O Golden Oak Li
brary Tables, $17.50.
Women's Black Cotton
Stockings, 15c value, at 9c.
Men's $1.50 Domet Pa
Men's $1.00 Fancy Snirts,
$8.98 Three-Piece Clock
l Sets, Ormolu Gold and
Women's 25c Underwear,
Boys 50c Underwear, 39c
8c Apron Gingham, 5c yd.
19c Wool Finish Cotton
1 5c Embroidery Scissors,
75c Novetty Striped Satin,
$2.59 Plaid Blankets,
$4.25 American Cut Glass
Sugar and Cream Sets,
$2.75. Store Orders only.
Men's 75c Underwear, 59c
$3.50 J. B. Corsets, $1.68.
Women's Satin Striped
usually 3oc a half dozen, at
19c a half dozen.
Men's Fine Silk Half Hose,
at 19c; worth twice as much.
Women's $3.00 Shoes at $1.98.
GUN MKTAL, calfskin, button mode!, with dull top j and psttftt leather,
in blUCStr lace style, short forepart; welted and stitched, Cuban heels.
m. i rioiir, ni'iii ituiuiin.
So iar, thh is the biggest November in
our 105 years.
G tting ready for Turkey Day ?
Everybody's doing It 1
Open Saturday Evenings
COWPERTHWAIT & SONS
$2.70, 54-ln. Coatings. $1.70.
THESE MOST POPULAK plaid back Coatings at one dollar less than
regular price. In silver gray, Oxford gray, brown and navy mixtures,
.alfc ..k1m.Hu i.. i , Nun r n n m.l ctnr nr.lrc nnlv
VS 1 141 Wl'.lll .Jllll ,'"" ' . . j ...... w w v " - - " - M.
.MM floor. Writ nulMIn
German China Lunch Sets, $1.75
23 PIECES, handsomely decorated with large pink rosea, green foliage
and gold line; set consists of tea pot, sugar bowl, cream pitcher, six cupi
and saucers and six plates.
I9c. German China Cake Trays, 12c
With open handles, handsomely decorated with assorted tints and
rich floral designs, In natural colors.
$4 25 American Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets, $2.75.
Handsome pieces of sparkling crystal; exquisitely cut tn a combina
tion of dhrysanthemum and Venetian designs; cut handles, finished with
deep scalloped top. Store orders only and none C. O. D.
miDway noor. Central Bulldln.
l,500Women's Flannelette Gowns
Value 50c, at 39c. Each.
STRIPED flannelette Gowns, high neck, yoke back and front, turnover
collar and cuffs of fancy figured flannelette; others with yoke, trimmed
nM ..-., Sri; I niHU it nrvk ind sleeves Store orders ornV
S.cond floor, Eat Bulldlnc-
8c Apron Gingham, 5c. Yard.
2,000 YARDS OF A. & S. special Apron Glngtiam, a splendid grade,
woven to our order; in the favorite blue and white checks, pure indigo
dye and fast colors.
I9c Wool Finish Cotton Challis, 10c. Yard.
A clearance of about 600 yards of this excellent wearing fabric, woven
of cotton; looka like wool; splendid bordered designs for kimonos, dress
ing saequet, etc.
'x. Mt Bulldln.