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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
WOMAN WHO DIED
WITH CROOK WAS
WILSON EXPLORES BERMUDA.
HAMILTON. Bermuda. Nov. 2.-
most of the nxpamlve gowns hv ths
name of th- maker on them and can
thus , traced.
ThA .. . . ,1. ' .1 I., If li' . ,.r la.
. . . T-n-.mi..- . , . ,
luile IWO diamond rings. w,.rth about ' I'r-sideiit-slect "eon is iMuryny
IMS anh schlsti ., n ths IMaafa Bill lovlnr his ' sojourn here. H IPW"
.ers Whtll hf was killed, a bat pin. sotiiniicii
with ) .. t.laok s"iK a . . .1 watch, a th I
.1 it sold . i i ii with 1i- kf I . Hill
Ith emeralds, und
Vogefs Companion Ideutifiod
Ity Former Employer Whom
DETECTIVE FAY DYING
TtSef's Key May Open Safe
Containing Thousands in
pan noeaiaeo, a g
one gold hiscelet set
one ai't alti. Ave pearls,
VOOEL'S WIFE MAY HAVE FIRED
DoWetlVOI with a fancy for npto
frsrrs rcSOWsd to-day thHr mental aa
esulls upon (he iplier found printed In
iutt.ay ,.pi.al leltvis on u nl'.p of pitpei
In tin' ttM WolBtn'l hanillMR. They
hoped that by MttVlflg It they could find
a clue to the location of mor, of the
thieving bant loot.
'"-apt. Price of the Hronx dfte-tlves
aid to-day th.it from a dtajolnted ac
oount of the pistol liattle In the hotel
rOORI p.iven to htm by HeiSArd uouls!. ,
now In the hoap'.til. he lathered that It I
waa t'ie woman who paawd aa Vogrt's
lf who fired the flrat "hot In the af
fray. She reached under the mattress of
Ihe bed while her huahend waa dress
ing;, whipped out an automatic revolver
and find the ahot which brvnifM DO"
tectivc Fay to the floor before passing
the weapon over to her huahand. !apl.
Price MIOVOJ from whit Loulal toH him
that It muet have been ehotej from
Ikiu.si a revolver whlcti killed both Vogel
and the woman.
if hla time driving and exploring;
MM4t, Lieut. -i !en. Hlr Oeorue
k. IhO !overnor and I "ommander-
Iti-t'hlef of llermuda returned Mr. II
ton'0 tlalt this afternoon.
This Home-Made Cough o
Syr up Will Surprise You
Two Generations of Gentlemen
" Attest This Salens ji Saving I
loot Ken Whooping ( otih
QnleklT. A family Supply
at small Coat.
woman who waa ahot dead win
Voori, diamond thief, when the
war cornered by deteottvaa in a
tr. the Hold lsemere In the
X Monday niKh:. waa Identified to-
at the Morane by a former employ
er whom she worked for aa a maid and
i oSSasa of about tlft.OOO worth of bonds,
sneer Jewelry and linen.
Hie employer of the woman. Mr.
and Mrs. Btern of No. 104 Seventli ave
nue, alao Identified nmung the recovered
lone many artlclm which the aervant
hod taken frrm their home.
Detective Martin Fay of the, Writ One
Hondredth atreet atatlon la very near
death at the Lebanon Hoapital becauaa
of the two bullet wounda through the
abdomen which he received during the
IWjpTM pistol duel wlin Vngel.
ThO swrtreotls who have beein work
10 over htm with every poaathlo
care a aid early to-day that they had
ObeaSdoned hope, and that they did not
believe the detective could live through
Hardly better la the condition of Loula
looadachei-n. the hotel proprietor, and
Qerord Louiat, the agency detective,
both of whom were dropped by Vogela
teal bullet! when Fay and Detective
"Spider" Allen, who died early yester
day morning, joined tbem In the raid
upon the trapped thief.
Though Loula! waa In a condition to
give a disconnected account of the bat
tle laat night a audden rlac of temper
ature eubaequently indicated Infection In
the wound, and now the surgeona fear
bo may not hove the atrengtb to battle
atjsvlnet blood poieonlng. William But
ler, the waiter, may be the only one to
recover from the woisads Inflicted by the
To-day detective! who have been going
over the book trail of the crook who;
waa killed with hia wire In the plntoi
volleying of Monday night bent all theli
efforts to trace to probable hiding placea
of loot the aafo deposit key found in
the dead thlefe trunk.
They believe that, since moot of the
plunder ao far recovered from the two
trunk and three baga belonging to the
tnaater "Fajrtn" of thieving servant glWe
la In the ahape of women'a gowne, fine
Enen. allka and heavy allverwnre, the sufe
deposit boxea will be found to be repoal
tortea forJewela. The value of Vogel'a
loot ao far foot a up tn more than S3.000;
many more thousands of dollara' worth
re believed to be hidden in the deposit
OWNERS MAY IDENTIFY LOOT
The only method of tracing the boxea
left open to the detect! vea lay In visiting
the maker! of lafe depoatt boxea and
locks and endeavoring to have them
identify the key. A tour of the manu
teoturera' offices waa begun early to
day. alnoe much of the plunder recovered
lo Vogel'a trunks and hla two upart
aenti was found to be initialed, the de
tectives think that a greater part of the
more valuable atuff will be reclaimed.
All of the women'a silver toilet article!
ore monogram med. fine table napery and
bed linen are marked by Initials, and
UNITED STATES MOTOR CO.
ALLEGED TO BE BANKRUPT.
Creditors File Involuntary Petition,
Alleging Firm Has Liabilities of
$ 12,000,000, Assets .9,000,000.
TftHNTON. N. J., Nov. art. An invol
untary petition in bankruptcy waa filed
to-day In the Federal Court here
aftnlnat the United states Motor Com
pany, having office! In Jersey City. In
the petition. It la alleged, the concern
owes more than flH.00O,O0u and haa as
sets that will not exceed tV.OOO.OOn.
The petitioning credltora are the Dlt-ail-Shaw
Company of Ohio with n claim
of Sl.Ml; Morner and Smith Company,
l. ."".. and Amos Lint, I1M.
Here is a home-made remedy that
takes hold of a cough instantly, and will
usually cure the moat si Milium rase in
C4 hours. This recipe makea a pint
enough for a whole family.
Mix one pint of granulated auitar with
)j pint ol warm water, and stir t
minutes. Put t- ouncea f Pinct (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint hoMle, nnl add
the Sugar Syrup. This keeps perfectly
and has a pleasant taste children like Id
You probably know the medical value
of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis
and other throat troubles, sore lungs,
etc. There is nothing belter. Pinex is
the most valuable concentrated com
pound of Norway white pine extract .
rich in guaiacol and all the natural heal
ing pine elements. Other preparations
will nut work in this formula.
The prompt results from this inexpen
sive remedy have made friends for it in
thousands of homes in the United States
and Canada, which explains why the
plan has been imitated often, but never
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
money promptly refunded, goes with this
recipe. Your druggist has Pinex, or will
fet it for you. If not, send to The
inex Co.. Ft. Wayne. Ind.
Bonwit Teller & Co.
French Hand-made Blouses
Entirely hand made, hand embroidered and trimmed with real laces.
Taken From Regular Stock
Silk Chiffon . . .
Crepe de Chine
Satin Brocade .
Crepe de Chine Shirts
Washable Crepe de Chine with Satin Stripes or Riding and Gen
eral Outdoor Wear.
Blouses Paris Reproductions
Made of gold embroidered crepe de chine and white chiffon, with
batiste embroidery and fine laces.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
Colonial patterns of Cabletoare
THE very name "Colonial" suggests
the Virginia Mansion with its pil
lared Porch, its spacious Entrance
Hall and its quaintly furnished Parlors.
We have not been content to produce
only one Colonial pattern of Tableware.
We can show you several, all different
but all embodying the very sentiment of
the old-time architecture and furnishings.
Some of these are in Sterling, others in
Silver Plated Ware, the latter including,
among other new patterns, the' Old Colony"
which must surely appeal to you by its
Like all our patterns of Tableware
these Colonial designs are all made in a
complete line of Spoons, Forks, Knives
and Serving Pieces.
The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL silver company, successor)
49-51 W. 34th Street, Through to 68-70 W. 35th Street, New York
Plotter in s
Price (,i6 inch)
1 1. i
For many rrasons. this le is greater than
any New York has ever known.
Greatest in values, because of the recent
I lackett-Carhart receivership. The settlement
with creditors, at 50 cents OH ihe liollar, is re
flected in the sale prices. These represent ?n
average one-half saving to you.
Then, again, the varictii s here are greater,
the assortmernh wider, the styles more ad
vanced, the fabrics newer, than any other
New Yoik store can offer.
And this, by reason i f the constant replen
ishment of stocks wuh garments fresh from the
tailors' hands. Gr.rnients that were in prepara
tion since before the receivership.
But a reason for greatnera. until now un
voiced, is the judgment of two generationr of
gentlemen that these sale stocks have success
tven to-day's suits and overcoats are passing
daily, rigid inspection from those who hav
known what Hackctt-Carhart standards have
been for more than 56 years.
It would not be possible to deceive these
men. They are too long familiar with the
fineness of tailoring and fabric and (it that
have always been part of Hackctt Carhart
And the claim that these clothes are selling
to-diy at one-half saving to you has npt been
held in question by a single one of these many
The tircatrst tribute to the integrity of this
'.ile is that its warmest appeal has been felt,
ami responded to. by an army of old Hackett
To-ilay sees many thousand garments of rare
good style, rich fabrics, and fine tailoring at
the 1 Ineketl-Carhart stores.
The overcoats are a style show in themselves.
They embrace over 750 fabric designs, in 60
different models. Overcoats for dress, business,
motor, travel and storm service.
While the suits take equal rank in all par
ticulars. There are more than 10.000 of them
Blany of matchless fabric and design The
models embrace the popular Continental,
Fxiglish. Fifth Avenue, and college styles, as
well as muny that are exclusive with Mackrtt,
Caihart & Co. Inc., Retail.
All awaiting your inspection to-day, and
yours to choose among at an average
$15, $18, $20 and $22.50
$20,$22.50,$25&$28 (1 Q C
$25, $28, $30 and $32.50 0 1 7
$32.50, $35, $38 and $40 tfcO 1
$35, $38, $40 and $42.50 it OA
$40, $45, $48 & $50
$15, $18, $20
$22.50 SUITS ....
$18, $20, $22.50,
$25 & $28 SUITS
$22.50, $25, $28,$30
& $32.50 SUITS .
& $37.50 SUITS .
$32.50, $35, $37.50
& $40 SUITS
$35, $37.50, $40 &
Near Chambers St.,
Opposite City Hall-
64 1 Broadway.
at 13th St..
Nrr Union Sq.
119 Wt 42d St..
IS4 East IJfehSt..
Near )rd Ave.
W I.WJ alIaVI sBnllffliiJUf J K H OkVT'W B .1
We Open Accounts from
$5 to $1,000
ON SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENT. J
SMALL ACCOUNTS A
I ESPECIALLY INVITED j
in jou I
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK fU
fkny sdnrtiseo ertitle ma, be included
loutnt, or you can open en acceont by hurini
la single advertised article of you ran add any
lidvertised article le your account! the advertised
tnorice WITHOUT ANY EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY
Kewark, N. J., Store, 49 and SI Market Street
LIBERAL CREDIT & LOW .
This is . erecit that .equir.. NO Ci.UB MEMBERSHIP, NO CLUB FEES,
Kn iMTrsfsm Annn NO EXTRA CHARGES!
It is your riht to come into our store, select hiter you I require! al eui
wonderfully low prices. AND PAY FOR IrlEM IN SMALL WEr KLY PAY
MENTS. An account with us is a uvinf- s convenience when you nee.
it most. It need never worry you. Icr we mske liberal allowance in ease o
accident, illn aa or mialortune. We invite you to cumpsre our prcieewit
those elsewhere and convince yoursell that aaasssseji
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS list.
WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE 1
When ,.,, nnikr juue ..iir.hu- m receive a elUlesle wnien i
lr that in .. i.r II..- .Imlli f . lull 1
?nr rai.illv ur will mt OOre lve rOO a..,e,1" I'"' ff V A '
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Double Stamp Mtf Single Stamp
MnrnlnsTB Aft arnnnn a
11. so Quartered
14 Golden oak
Dining C ,air.
12 Golden uh
Clearance Sale o!
All Irom our reoular
stork no quantities ol
anyone Mnd. Alltogoat
I PRICE L
A remarkabK- opportu
nity to s; 1 IflfsClUI
Chairs and Horkers at
leas tli i.i the coat ol
We Sell Everything to
I- ui.ik.it thv Home
lfiis ii 1 1 - In iiiir ini-
rit MiM fMt ui UU i i ii i
KM IllliJ K 1 1 1 k , III. t Nhr.l H,
i 1 1 1 n t. iii..iwn ii r.. NKnnii
l t MINI Kill III ITKNe
t-Vt r lllllltf ! IlimJotll
.mi hllli ! ltl a kal Olir
UoNhhld i Mel I.O'.V PHII Kf
i. so Golden
(LT.i.ti ri v
Quartered Oak frames.
Finely carved. Has
claw feet. Closely tuf
ted; covered In best
SUNDAY WOfLD WANTS WORK WO NOCRS
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington lo 3d Ave.
59th lo 60ih St.
6,000 Pairs of Women's 2k, 35c
& SOc "Queen Quality" Stockings
This wonderful offering comprises the entire stork of Queen:
yuality Hosiery, which we secured from the n akeis. A. a.
Andrews Co., at about 50c on the dollar.
A. H A.i Hrws are ooins nut nf thr Fc.iriLn Hosier v tiutinest and have:
turned over their whole collection to us at the same savings we offer you ta
this sale to-morrow.
Iocludrd are full fashioned lisle thread, mercerised, lac- npi. nwork Its
tliread, with silk clockings, and cottoneStockinas, in recul. r m.d i.xtra sues;
all strictly first quality, und regularly sold for as much as 50c.
We ronsidtr this one of the most timely and vnlurl nl hosiery offering!
ever made, and advise you to take full advantage of it. It prese.its an oppor
tunity to buy splendid Xmas gifts at low prices. Sile pric p r pur. 19c.
Pre-Thanksgiving Day BloomingJale Offer
ing of 6-Piece Sets of Superior
Bohemian Engraved Glassware
Each slass has an cneraved border and each h.ai
your initial ergraved, like the tllustraiioiv
Wrtter iumblera, polished bjttom; special 6 tor 49c
Sultzer Turnblera, polished bottom; special 6 tor 43c
Water (ioblets, on stem; very special 6 tor 98c
Wine (Classes, on stem; very special 6 for 79c
Claret (;iassea, on stem, very special 6 i'or 79c
Liqueur C;iaaaes, on stem; very special 6 for 79c
(.orktall t.lassi's, on stem; very special 6 lor 79c
Complete Set of
Six each of water goblets, claret
glasses, wine glasses, liqueur
Colonial Class Water Tum
llltllf I With IK
laiKil ftVMtt, IhjtttjRi an.
inn initial etu
111 IN J M
K....0 for OOt
'IIIOOMIMluAl KH .
Our Economy Sale ol Furniture
Brings you the opportunity oi buying high grad:
luoni jtsjui imin ui n.oal lutMtantlSl savings.
This Solid Oak
SIS Dresser . .
S1.S0 Hanging Mirror Hat
Racks al t8c
Golden oak, mshogxny finis',
or Circassian walnut. Frame
27 in. long, French plate mir
ror, centre oxidized trimmings
with brass hooks
This S10.S0 Denim
Box Conch lor . .
re'.iable furniture for every
$12 Enamelled Bei 7 MS
Oulllte lor ... . via?
Ojttt cwnrxisee, i i J'?,
EnaT.Kllcd Bed. yip VQ
Mi 1 1 ress and Spr ing I I I I II
- all Complete. I J
Cotton top muttreis and oi! steel
and woven wire iprmg.
SIS Quartered Oak 407.50
Bullet. Special et vui
Made ol hand carved quartered
oak, pisno polish, 24 inches deep,
52 ii'ches wid !5xJ0 French bev
Button tufted with spring opener, 28 inches wid, 6 feet lo.; ,wtth claw
.1 , inches wide 6 feet long. feet. Splendid vslue.
1 lOnlldy 'I'T jVay ' W
lirmp this advertittment to our
Notion Department rot later
then or.e wetk from today tt d
receive, absolutely free, a regular 10c card of
Wi (son D re5s-K.ooks
These popular new Dress licoks are not ordinary hco!cs und
eyes or snaps they will COtDplttcly overcome vour dicss fastening
difficulties. Thr f.ee crds are l ot s. niplcs but the some value for
which you would regulnrly pay 10c.
We nmkr this most uiaisiml uvd ltheral offer ua we are confident
you will find Wilson Dress hooks thr very thing you have always
v uited. They can't come unhooked or "pop" open accidentally.
They hold securely without Imlge or uP. though you can i n'i ok
th.ni with psrfsct Soar, (luniui.tetil not to rust or crush ill washing
nnd ironing, und to Outlast . ny i,unnent ; I erfeetly flut and never
Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress hooks
you have seen se. widely advertised in the
lending mugasiues und style books. Uvd by
fashionable women everywhere und indorjcd bv
Cut Out this Advertisement
snJ pfSSOM S OUI N I V,an...cnl I rtrur .. ij
iniuii aisea e,rv. liimk and VVnite c4ein Om dosoa
uo a...r,l Notlua .Slur., Main nSM
yMmiiceaies'. Ux. ta Id Ave.. SOth