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WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
IN EVENING DRESS
Montxlair Man hum J in Butha
With Bullet Hole in I lis
Workmen fltfUW In Inylns; tonerete
elewlks In South IflliapaiS, avenue,
Verona. N. J., jht lilM the Una from
Montclalr, found tlie bmly of young
man clad In evening stress In the bushes
M the rOdCMi wlirn they went for
Usalr tools to-day. In the g-lovi.a rlKht
hand of the -corpse ai clasped a re
volver and there wna a bullet hole
through the liea.1.
Within a ahoit time the body weji
racoirnlied ns that of Kmeit W. Perry,
twenty-three yean old. of Hlllcreet ave
nm. Verona, one of the most widely
known young en In the Montclalr die-1
trtot, a football player, tennle player, '
folter and eoclety man.
It.iiuiry lisuiossel that Perry, who lived
w4th bis father, Oscar, and Ms uncle, j
George Perry, left Ms home Monday I
Ida lit. alter i liutidng from buelneae at- I
tire to evening dress, lie did not an- '
iwuace hla. destination or Intentions, and
B Inquiries along that line nure made.
he was aceuatomed to going out of
He did hot return to his home. Wh.re
he (ent Monday night and yesterday.
Willi nia ores attire Out partially con
cealed hy a short light overcoat. Is a
mystery. It In not possible that he shot
himself Monday ?, 44,1 and the body lay
where it was found until thla morning,
fnr the workmen would have found It
Oscar Perry saya that domestic worry
drove bis eon to sul Ide Toung Perry
wss na ITlad In July, 190(. to Ruby
Htrvker, the daughter of Mr. and Mre.
Henry Stivker. of No. ;i nidgewood
arenue. i',Kn Til. lire. A daughter wai
horn ta.the couple in August. 1910. They
separated In October, Ml, and young
Perry went to live vlth his father an I
uncle while his wife returned to the
home of her iarenta.
"IZZY THE PAINTER"
ON TRIAL FOR ARSON.
Accused of Starting a Fire in East
One 'Hundred and Eighteenth
Counaellor Abraham Levy and Assist
ant District-Attorney W'eller agreed
upon a jury In three hours this after
noon which IN docide the fate of 11,1. r
Stein, better known as "Iny the I'ulnt
ar." cbJJgeJ with being a daylight fire
bug There wave a fire last June at No. U
East One Hundred and Eighteenth
atreet In the apartment of Samuel
kild. who had Insured a modest quan
tity of farmturo for j.ii The fire wss
i-apeuteS hg Klro Marshal IVIal on April
20, but according to him was postponed
for a month broauao of a funeral In
the flekrhborhood which made the dan
ger to human life too great. On the
date to which the tire was "pnmponml"
Prlal saw Mrs. (iold .leave the apart
mnnt at noon, and aaysj he m "I.iy
the Painter" enter Immediately there
after. He a n.i anw Iaay. so he told the
Orand Jury eahjlHl Indicted Stein, start
The (ire marshal's office Investigated
380 dlfferant InoendUSry fires In the
course of IU at ,id of "Illy the Palnt
I PlllKT llArR-Two-year-olds; selling:
I five and a half furlongs; purse WW. -
Klg Plpper, 111 i Mot well. to 5, 3 to t
and 1 to 3, won; Continental, IM (Wolff),
S.to 1. 5 to t and even, second; Batter,
mi (tiaVlesM 10 to 1, 1 lo I and 1 to 2,
third. Time 1.07 4-6. Chilton Denne.
Orosvoc. Flak Pred I. v.. v. Brynarv.
Tnrkev In WW straw and Silver Moon
BBOOND HACK Two-year-olds; five
and a half furlongs; purse 100. Federal.
lln iMcCaheyi, 6 to 8. 1 to 3 and 1 to .
won, Ambrose. 112 (Butwell), 6 to 1, 7 to
'. and 7 to 10, second; Cloths Brush, in
(Tehaln). t to 1. 1 to 1 anft even, third.
Time not given. Henj-ck, Brynn.-y.
Cornermekwt, L'XsTlon and Strenuous
WHAT'S A YUR0NE7
YOU'RE ON IF Y'KNOW.
Captain Draltnn nargr.
Workmen entering tr)o oabin of Barge
No. 40 of the Bradley Construction Com
pany at Long Island City about noon
to-day. fonnd the sixty-year old captain,
David s. Teer lying dead On his bunk.
Ha had died of natural causes. A search
of his i iothing- revealed a bankbook of
the Hudson Trust Company .if Wed
llotioketi, with balance of $;i3i. The
employers of the dead captain do nor
know If lie hsa any relatives and (he
police are making an effort to find
someone vlu will take oharge of the
Two Arrive From Bolivia
Company With Skimmer
Accept It, Ferdinand, en the word of
an equatorial traveller; a yurone a real
Bolivian yurone Is some mammal.
He has the general contour of a
dachshund; his nos and hand are ilka
that of a Putorls vulgaris (see Social
Keglster under the well known Weasel
family) : he lives in the holes In Bo
livian llama's mll'.t cheese, and the char
acteristic cry of this animal sounds
"Why took why took took took f
Mr 1-e Kraser of "Detroit, who re
turned to-lay from Bolivia via the
Royal Mall Line stearnsstilp Trent
brought two of these very rare little
yuronee with him all the way from the
mountain fastnesses of the southern re
public. He also brought two condom,
whose spread of wing is twelve fast and
whoes r-wemblnre-e to Jack Rose la so
striking as to he uncanny. Also In Mr,
Kraser's baarace were two Bolivian
skimmer clam monkeys, so called ba-
csuae ther live only on the hind legs of
the skimmer clam that growa In tha
wango-wango treeo on the high Andean
plateau, of Bolivia.
Mr. Fraaar tlnlnka he win give tha
two yurone ami the condors nd the two
skimmer olam monkeys" to Mr. Dltmars
of the Bronx. Zoo. Whon The Evening
World reporter called Mr. I miliars on
the pihonr and afked him what he would
think about getting a yurone for his
hapy family he nn.srered that if the
yurone Mr. Kreser was m-lnging from
Bolivia were of the ktivd that havo
orchils growing on tlinlr tails thny
would be Indeed Invaluable acquisitions.
Hoovers Win by nard Scratch,
Mr and Mre. John H. Hoover, who
eloped from Chicago on the Twentieth
Century Limited, gave the passengers
of the Oruba of the Ituyal Mall line,
bound for Bermuda, a melodramatic
thrill when they went aboard to-day.
Their taxlcah rocked, honking, down the
pier after the main gangplank had
been hauled away, and they were hus
tled to the steerage gangway and
keep tha throat
clear and the voice
highly praise Lu-
el Tea qalok relief
in uougaa a a a
"Men's ke a
Wm. R. Laden
NoHFOLK, V.. Now 21V The
Jamestown entries for to-morrow era
FIRHT RACK U.l,l l. .... ..1 1. ...
Dim asUlnj. ft,, ml one-half ftllsmiss ' 'tho-
ls natanu. 10, Kiru Tr, mS. 100,
lit: AlrSMKit 109 t , I lllfl Km.
tills. l. tsndesta. 100, r-Vr.i... 112. Kellt,
If; Usnfsats. l; I'Urr it-idmeUisr, IU;
J'laoiiln, 111; It H. tlraj. 112, Vntel. lot)
rrxx)Nn IUC. -Iiirps.jetrol.si uk! ,w,
pnm MOO; himlls: islllns; skein le.. mile, na
sm-.-swsaan, nn firs. ian i.i.ir
fls. Ufj lampbla. l. 140; IJsllln. 14:1 llselsla.
fHl Orderli Nat. M.'l ; 'Norhetl. 144. Jesuit,
. THIHI) Bi r. Three issr ol i1 and ap; nurw
Mimtrlalr. Hi, Kims, 104: Jack Fmiellr. 100,
nfrta tor; u. 4. ,(., io2. iKoMta,
108: Vlonunef, tut, 'Jne lialtena, tsj; t'hiltos
iiusw, OH; PathsroU. 104; The bardntr, 107;
I'.ir'. Arlinit'm. 100; IH4nr IC
nil IITII ll.u-K V.rf. lk Haiidl.mu all asea:
Sirs- I40O- on mils I'aloe. 104 Anulfl . ICS
boasts, lll IhfMd. 103; -anu I.L 112;
raialh Hill, 1 21 ; VoHlwrut. 107,Uiu Itahw
FIFTH RACK, TS,m ,,,. hi iMta
I0W; seUlns; an furl.,oSi ..- Creinlst. nil Roe-
sasg AJ. roast. 1ST; rneu Htesnr im An. rt
118. tlrenMa. 101; B..IIK!!, log; 'I'sloii Jsoll,
17; Towton Ftsld, 112: Frog. 111. sdih-tten.
104 llelden Castlt lias Hsrlslsv lot rm i.
Queen. 112: Taaahira, 114: Canllrf. 100.
HIXTH RACE Three issr sds and ta; one
and ens aasbth mllM, aelllns -Huinia r. 101:
kssald, 10S, Jaauuins, 10s. Aulaatsr,
10S; Msets, lo FutusKir, lna,
cash deposit of fO,M.a In the New
York Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany The . total aaseta are $
afier all egpenses were tald by the
temporary administrator, Henry l?wla
An accounting a!o wss filed In the
aataie of IXtgene Auguatua Hoffmsn.
Ths prlnclps. of the estate la given as
Msrronl I nnilni Here.
VBNICK, Italy. Nov. SO.-Wllllam
Marconi hast dedted to leave for Ion
don In a few days on the way to New
York, where be expects to arrive early
In January. Mr. Marconi la still under
the care of an oculist, who Is engaged
In perfrctlng the matching of hi arti
FRANK WORK'S ESTATE
VALUED AT $13,439,305.
Accounting Filed To-day, Together
With Request of One Executor
to be Discharged.
The eatate of Frank Work, hanker
and horseman, who died March II, 1MI,
k worth to-day 111 4 jot. aoeordlng to
the sxeewtore accounting filed In the
Surrogates office With the account
ing petition was) another from Francis
B, Clark one of the four executors,
who aaked to be relieved from further
responsibility Be states that the co-
executors, raster Cooper Hewitt, Frank
K. siurgis and William ,11. Truesdals.
have agreed to his reUremerrt
Holdings In railroad stocks made up
the figgesi part of the assets Ths In
ventory glvea tha value of K.zn shar-s
of common stook of the Chicago and
Northwestern as M.Ml.MI. the largest
single holding In the estate. Delaware,
Iaokawanna Western storic consist
ing of 11. 400 shares Is apprslsrd at 13,-
011,750. while 14.4W snares "f the Morris
A Kasex Ttallroad were valued at II,
2W.M2. One thousand shares of U. H
Steel preferred with a value of tllO.ISO
are also on the list.
Ths decedent left Jewelry worth B,
TM.17. and his Newport property Is haHl
to be arorth tM.UOO. From April 8, 1911,
to Oct. 1 of this year the Income from
tho estate amounted to tl,144.M0, and
Hie transfer taxes paid totalled Isail,
433.40. An accounting of the estate of Mar
garet Laura Zborowakl was filed to
day. Tha largest single Item was a
That Two Woman's Health
Restored by Ljrdta E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound Read Their
Cheneyville, La. "Some time ago
when in poor health, suffering from fem
inine ilia, i began to
take Lydia K. Pink
Liver Pills. I soon
(elt better and
gained in strength
and fleh A grad
continued as I took
tha Compound, and
frdm 110 pounds I
now weigh ISA, and
feel that tny lite has
"1 deeply regret that I did not know
of your medicine Ions before I did.
Friends often speak of the wonderful
change io m I. call K. and 1 tell theui lhat
jour medicine did it" Mrs. J. W.
STANLEY Cheneyville La
Distressing Case o Mrs. M.ssQary.
Chicago, III. "I have used Lydia K
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for
backache and it has certainly made a
new woman of me. After my first baby
was born I was left a perfect wreck. I
was so weak I could hardly do my house
bold duties and suffered with un awful
backache. Hut 4tnce I Save used your
Compound the pains in my back have
left me and I am strong again.
"My mother used it also through
(-'hangr of Life and speaks very highly
of it. You can use this letter any way
you wish. I think it is only fair for one
who has suffered at much as I to let
others know of your great remedy."
Mrs. If, GARY. IMS N. Ridgeway Ave..
kTa LIIOilT HIKII Or MINI ,
'WW O a MWU IM THI WORLD .
Look In W.L.DousTlaa store
windows and tanDect the very'
latest n.ldnna, alu, ths Amiuit.M.
tries which have niavde We L.
l?sW i xeH I V,....x.lnu ulssuaa a. I. . a x. m LVs. 1 J
CS" - eTiiniuLian niiw m iivuncuuiu wvru '
fc-... aSj.itt.srltwl.eM Ukvxui Jar. .11 1 -aa 1. s4e nil 1
W ' j we o uutrui a u ewss mei siss we swe ewaa
styles and shapes, to salt men tn ell
walks of life. If yon could visit W. L.
Denlos larire factories at Brockton, Mase, i
and see for yourself how carefully W. Is.
DoutrlM shoes aro made, yon would then on
aerstann wny thoy are warranten to m oester,
look bef.r. hold tlielr Mliauo ana wear
i longex than any other make for tha price.
f a ITiniU tXtlislW, UHsssImsi
,fasf AsVJ T Ifaaf n Is stMaspwsl sa UrSMM.
TAKE NO SUSSTITUTB.
W . U Dolls las sboss are not for sals ts roes sir
write tut easaiug. W.l. Douglas, Broektoa, m
IN NEW YORK:
SS Hassan gtreel.
tSS Hrosvdsvay, eoriser Sth Strwet.
SBS Hroaulwaj, eor. 141b At (I'nloo Sq,)
tS40 Broadway, corner .16th Nrreet.
MSS Hroadwar rimes hgaara).
04 1 Mr. I Asenue.
MSS Third Avenue.
SMS Third Asenue. eenrrer Ixstth Street.
I TntrO Air , asrs, "was ".on om
4S1 Fnlton Street, earner Peswl SttSSSa,
701-710 Broadway, corner Thorntoe St,
13IT Broadway, comer Uatee Avenue.
4TS Firth Avenue, aonser 1 lib MtrsssS.
17TS I'ltkla Avenue.
JRKNKT C ITT 04 Newark Aewaaa.
NF.WAKK-SSI Broad Btroas.
P A TBBMON lit 11 Market Hu.eor. Clark
You can Shave Against the
Grain with the Gillette
No Roughness or Irritation
"Vl'ITH the grain, against or
" across the grain; are all
alike to the wonderful edge of
the Gillette Safety Razor.
It is the sharpest, smoothest
shaving edge ever produced
It is shaving the toughest, closest
beards that grow without the slightest
irritation to the most sensitive skin.
Now, if it means anything to you to
shave efficiently to shave every day
to have your face always velvet-smooth,
your skin fresh and cool
Get a Gillette.
Don't let another day pass.
Stop at the first rfo"d Gillette window display you
see. Go in and talk to the man about it Standard
sets, $5: Pocket editions, $5 to $6: Combination and
Travelers' sets, $6 to $50.
Gillette Blades-two sizes of Packet, SCo. and SI .00.
NoStronpifjg -sgss Wo Honfof
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY. BOSTON
The Great Sale of Ori
ental Rugs continues. The
collection still contains
many choice specimens.
H. Maey Ce.'t Attractions Are Their Low Trie
l lerald Square
. 34th to 3 Sth i
Bring the Children to
our Toy Exposition on
the Sixth Floor. Plenty
to interest them, and yon.
Shawls and Scarves
Imported from Far 'Distant Lands
From Russia, Japan and fnJia. fOUW Htti iptclmtM
of tki hand Work vj tiw far Hast.
''Orenburg" Shawls and Starves
hrtm Ortnkurg, Ruuia.
The deft ImaerM Russian peasant wbmen knit these
lace-like ShaWls In the lona winter evenings. So line
are the Stitches, sn intricate the patterns, so s 'f t and
fleecy the wi that an Orenburg Shawl i -1 possession
prued by every woman (b whoffl hand work appeals
So highly are these Shawls and Scarves regarded lv
the peasants that they are handed down trom one
feneration to another. In lleecy white, natural hrown
or white-with-brown Orenburg "Shawls and Scarves
range in price from $7,M u $12.49 each.
EAST INDIA CHUDDA SHAWLS
Over a century ago Ghudda Shawls were treasured
possessions. ()t finest silk and wool, woven on hand
looms by wandering tribes in East India, these Shawls
are so fine and wft that they are easily drawn through
a finger ring. Single and double Shawls m plain
white, pray, black, old blue or with exquisite hand
embroidered medallions and borders. Prices range
trom $7.74 to $22.74.
SYRIAN SPANGLED SCAR VES
(A Mdi.y SptCtflty.)
Shimmering spangles of silvered metal are em
bossed by hand upon tine black or white net. Effective
.and beautiful as an accessory for evening wear or
combined and made into an evening gown these
Syrian scarves have the barbaric richness that marks
the Oriental handiwork. They are made by
young maidens, and as there are no set patterns
to follow each scarf has an individual charm.
No two are alike. Lengths range' from ZVi to 2?i
yards, and prices are from $2.8V to $12.74 each.
SILK and CRBPF SHAWLS from JAPAN
Embroidered fringed Sliawls o' fine soft Japanese
silks and clinging crepes. A comprehensive assort
ment - in many sizes and at prices ranging from $5.4'
to $18.74 each.
HONE-FIMNISHINGS OF QUALITY
Specially Priced tor Thanksgiving.
Shetland Shawls from England
These are made in England from the line, soft
undyed wool of the Shet land sheep. The lightest,
fleeciest Shawls made. These may be used either
as a shoulder shawl or a veil. Two yards square
in white, Hc and $1.19.
A Magnificent Jacobean Suite in Mel
lowed Oak, $259.75
Similar Suites elsewhere, $125.00 and more
Thr Tudor influence may be seen in the turned husks and quaint
decorative effects that mark this fine suite.
This stron gly-markeJ style is combined with the dignified lines
and severely practical construction characteristic of the period
77w Suite, while perfectly plain, is richer in apperance than
other Suites treated in more decorative style.
The items ot which the Suite consists are as follows:
An Eiteniion Tsbls Extends 10
fart, with top measuring 5. inches,
l lutcJ pvdest.il buss
The Side Chairs Four in mim
btr, Slip statl covered in genuine
brown "Spanish" lenther. (luted
front legs and wood panel backs.
An Arm Chair Matches the side
chairs. Solid construction, with turned
Chippendale Suite in solid mahogany is priced S3J9.63
(.elsewhere jStoo.no and more) -and consists ot ten pieces. This
Suite is an aitual reproduction of one of the finest extant speci
mens of Chippendale l-urniture.
A Coiontai utte in Circassian Walnut costs 5J04.(1 at Macy's.
but 1250.00 and upward elsewhere.
Hie design of the ten pieces of which it consists combines the
graceful invention of the Empire period (1804 to 1815) with the
sterner and more dignified lines tiharactenstic of the work of the
Colonial l urniture-makers of Virginia.
A Buffet With top measuring
tiO Inches X H Inches, There are
two top drawers, one of which is
bsitSlined for silverwnre. ThsN is
one larflt bottom drawer for linen
and two center cupbourds. I lie
Columns are fluted.
A China Closet Measures 60
inches high, Inches wide, and 19
inches deep. There are three grooved
shelves and two mirror back -. Mir.nnht
glass ends and frunt. The columns
,.. nrt KIimip :t Its Ml ret I nrnsdwav.
HIGH GRADE DRESS GOODS
A Special Purchase from a Leading Importer
These are the most fashionable fabrics of the season appro
priate for tailored suits and one-piece dresses and at these prices
afford even more than the regular Macy savings.
-Imported Pour de Souris, 94c a Yardk
Imported to sell at $2.75 a Yard
Width 48 inches. A fabric closely resembling broadcloth
in appearance but of a softer texture aid a richer surface.
Imported from Paris, where it is used for the finest suits.
Colors are black, nav y, "Nellrose," tan, amethyst and reseda.
.Uln I I .it. a.-.th ).
Individual Pieces of Fine Furniture at
"Lowert-in-the City" Prices.
Extension Tables with 4Mnch tops
and with (i, M and 10-foot extension,
rams from SIO.W to 4146.00. in golden
oak (olish or wax finish) and in
mahogany finish, from fJt.7i to
SI 1 1.00. The mahogany finish Tables
also have 4H, 54 and oo-inch tops.
Buffets of nolden oak (polished or
wax finish) cost U2.74 to tlHH.00.
while those in mahogany hnisnranate
Serving Tablet in golden oak (wax
finish or polished) are $10.24 to
ftt.iO. In mahogany finish they
cost from $16.49 to ii0.24
Dining Rsota Chairs in golden oak
are tl.4'i to $16.74. In mahogany
finish they tottMJ4 to$22.49.
China Close; i in golden oak are
priced trom $10.67 to $Vi.2i. and in
mahogany finish from $24.24 to
Crystal Clsasts of golden oak. in
or in wax nmsn. cost $J4.7 to
The Casserole and Its Cousins
In the Macy Basement are many (xircelain and china dishes fur
cooking and serving, and among them is the Casserole the
head of a numerous family of utensils'with which one both cooks
md serves in the same piece.
Casseroles some imported, run in price from 2h to $1.49. By
using a Casserole orte insures the retention of all savors and
the juices of ihe meat, and even the lower-priced cuts become
Ramekins which arc really smaller Casseroles and are used
forth; smaller culinary operations -range in price fjjin or to
Shirrers-which are used in the cooking of eggs in various
delicious fashions' -cost lie to th tsnsrit ist '
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THE SWAGGER ENGLISH OVERCOATS
so much seen at the Horse Show are sold at
Macy's for $8.03 to $12.00 less than elsewhere.
Burberry and other famous builders of Top
Coats and Ulsters represented in our assort
ments. All sies. All styles.
DRESS SUITS AND ACCESSORIES are a
particular point of pride with us. There is no
accessory lor Jull-dress war th.it you cannot
obtain at Macy's. Our new " slim-effect" Dress
Suits and our "different" Silk Dress Waistcoats
are the envy of many high-class custom shops.
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IMPROVED ROTARY SEWiNG MACHINE, $22"
Similar machinn eltt
sptiTr ell trom $J0.00
lo $.15 .00.
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HlttMl FFI KM
This up-to-date Machine lias
the improveg rotary move
menl and runs on noiseless
lUbearinas. fhe bob.
m - vvni-l'T is automstic.
and tht.' case is nf the
automatic "dp phead" 'vw In
iiihiv ioiisheii oak.
A Complete Satol the latest at
tachments "(hemmers, tucker,
ruffler. shirrina blade, etc.) iio
with it. Ail attachments are nickel-plated. Right in front of
the worker, on the head of the machine, is m inlaid ln-uich
The up-to-date details include a stitch regulator which allows
from s to stitches to the inch: a gear release, which frees tha
machine and allows the power to run the bobbinwinder; a self"
threading shuttle; a lock stitch; and a large high arm permitting
plenty of room for handling larne pieces o! material
Mary's Sewing Machines r.ine in piue from $ 14.89 Upk)
tt $29.S' ihe -Red Star" Machine, with roomy nndei
cabinet style. tndtntUal machines $40.00 else:.): c
rhM i lour, sats si..
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