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FIREBUG DESTROYS ELEVEN BUILDINGS IN A SINGLE NIGHT
O. A 11. hall wn iirstah s.
that have be-i tlrej thnl IndloatM to
come of Btlaetl Walter tnaile upon
his wife and r.ither-ln-lsw In the hiine
of th" linter, Nrr. 1(11 Weeks afMIMi
Htoti. t irly t.i-ilav.
Walter v as dls.-h i-ged . II, ari l
since hud raon dr inking he n lly, his
ttlfe ileclatrd lo-dav. Three vrieks ago
MM went to li" with het aged father
and Invalid rHOthlf Her Ini'ihand no-
i I last night Intnlcatan and I"'
an dad that Bhe return to their howio at
No hS Ka-t On Htrndrad and 1 iightv-
fif.h ntraft Hire refdted arld'tia left
t i o'ctoea this morning Walter
KIcUcil iii two ; .mi s of kleas In toe front
Window.' Mis wife tin OUt and was
atnick Irj IfM an Hot nathor, In pa
jamas. OMM Ml hei rescue. Wwltir at
tacked Han lay nn-i wn nhoklhg him
when llanley st.iggcrerl back Into the
ttallOay and selorl a hammer frim tbd
hatrack. Ilinley brMtlll the haHMMf
down on Walter's leal nil WaltOI
Pa m :ri- htaafft mws.)
well dranaad bunineoa man oiimbdO
ninthly i-p a telephone tmle In tae heart
of town yoalOfd tj and swung hlmoelf
OUI i ind- n er-iiand on a lieavy cabl".
Half map to the no gl pole hr stiped
and, hanging bP bis hands, looked do n
Tile Win itnn plant Is ni'lr t'ie mill'
jmi centra if Putnam and ior t time
the lire lliriatened to sweep all thut pait
Of.fOWB. falls f.ir help were pepi to
DaeMlaon, Webster, o;ithi: Idge and
Woodrllffe. and .vlth IITaic reMlfol
merits the l.i7.e v.as checked.
Phn-tlv i'ter the Whenton Af ns U'i-
i ler co.iliol lire started In tire rail'
denees ami a bsrn in .-mother- nun-ret
, of the tOWn. There, too. wore t'.ir evi
dences of the same Iri'-endlarv, All f nil
i building" were ileatroved. Th -
. longe( to Ooorge j'ren'.'ee
The Incendiary Is as cum in r I I III I
' smvessful In his opeiwtiort. Kfl o:,e
i has even so BltteH as MOB hinr Itlttttll
away from the scene of n tire.
I It Is the varied .-kura ter of h.dldlnge
the people of Putnam thai t'ie man
thev tiuiv fear la a mutual. DoMTIi of
'lien will be up ail n'ght to-night In
every part of the cty on watch
CN WIFE AND FATHER.
Agtvl M.ni Defend! Dytifhttt and
Himself i;h H.unmcr Uvd
I'-.-.l Walt-if .i 'nrtner Htv ma rahal
1 i dying In le-- barn Hospital, nnd John
0, Hawley. his fa'her-ln-law, who Is
e ciity-two year eld and a painter In
the Park Department, Is under arrest nn
a eiiarge of felonious assault as the out
dropped lo Ho Hoof, nillkinan tuouaht
I Potlceman Wagner, a ho sent Walter to
the 1 oepltnl Tii- surgeons fount be
hail a Sum pound fnWtMM Of the skill.
The;, slid he v ould die.
Ilanlev as lOffUOd no on n targe of
fohHllOM as.iitli and tie leohnlOal
loharSI of disorderly OQndttCt u lodg.-d
against Waller lleior- MaOlltrlti
fYaoPhd in the MerrlMhta Pourl, Ffan-
these teventb ami sightli ouUirenks Of
the lunatic, Pleven building waft de
troyed and ((lOPOrtjr valued at IMi.nOO
U to-dey In ashea. For a time the more
serious of tho nlght'a two flrss men
ed the entln- b islnee section of l'ut
nam. The town ts terrorized. The incen
idlmry aupareiitb' aeleta bUlMlnfS to lie
tired at ratrrtum. Ills only motive ln-lim
to fe them In flame. ConMQtlfJItty,
as ti" one knotv when liia hutno or
buslnc.-4H house may be VUMtOd, every
every effort to eaptiire the In endUry,
The first t'.re of last night Wit slirtel
In the big factory of the Whtatou
Building and Lumber t'ompuny. Oil
soaku boaftll were pUre.l against the
faetory buildings In various places and
thesn kindled n (lets', hlate In a few
minutes. The lumber nrd BtoCfc of the
Whenton lymn.iny nude a nulrk, ajier
Two h ilMlnga on either side of the
Wheiton factory rAuarlit. The two on
one side belong to the Wheatons. In
rme of Ull hurried buildings a randy
store oecnpled the ground Moor and the
Blazes Set in Two Places Leave
at a man who -to,i a- toe root or too
pole he Irad a -ended.
"Come on and do potlf worst,'' ha
. nd. Hh: ha.: I dare j-omI"
The man on Ihn grotirrd seemed arhoui
t follow, but turned away at lalt,
shaking hia b'ad.
That s the s.-1-oiwi to eaoapo mO to
ilaj he muttered, People are getting
ton niW for any use."
Wlirt b'H-ame of ti." ilrit?" ae-1
200,000 Property in Ashes
i in Putnam.
aWTNIAlf. Don., Tw, tl fli-.b'trfi
.ioed to b. i.-uii, who hart already
tartan half a down s.rlous blasts in
Putnam la the Uat tlira. weeks, ltghtc.1
ley told th" story of the flgln with his
or, -In. Is w treinl.llnaty, nnd sr. in. I to
ire on the erge of entlapsr. The Mania
Irntl flsed ball at tin. 000.
Five Coppers Will Buy a Box.
I our pnamftofi
"Ha J'iiii;h-,i Into the rtveT." replied
tho life InaUPMMO agent.
p:xprty owner and householder In the
tH oca iMj ggW. An matt ofylty ta unp..y
The pollen me tnhklnir
iHH LvliAlU WOKLU, Jf.K IDA Y, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
"Better Goods for the Same Money or
Writing Paper Kf0
Gold-Initialled; at OUC
24 correspondence cards and 24
sheets of writing papor. Embossed
in gold, on a beautiful gray colored
background; old LngTish initial;
48 envelope to match.
(MAIN Buildlaa, Mill Plear.)
Purchases made at The
Big Store until Decem
ber 10th', inclusive, will
be charged on bills ren
dered February 1, 1913.
Meet Me -&t the Fountain
I M II
the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere'
A Gty in Itself
CREENhTTSIBGEL COOPER 0.
gas i 1 1 gaaBBg
SrxtK Avtmve . B.GREEN HUT,
1610 19 StrU
3,500 Fine Overcoats
In a Sweeping Sale, Tomorrow, at
These Sensational Bargain Prices
Values to $Q fj Values to $25,
Values to $i a rrr
W, at . a l4. D
We bought most of these overcoats, representing
the surplus stocks, from a famous manufacturing
tailor in this city, whose slogan for the past dozen
years has been
"OVERCOATS, THAT'S ALL.''
These overcoats (and several hundred others in
smaller lots) were purchased at an average of one-half
the regular wholesale figures, and those who attend
this sale, tomorrow, will get values they will never
Every Novelty and Staple in Winter Overcoats is Included
in the Vast Assortments
If you need
You cannot name a fashionable material, weave, shade or color
an overcoat come to this sale get the BEST in quality, and SAVE a
More than 1,400;
rallies to $25.
Hundreds of smart
fashionable "fancy back."
1 here are
gray, tan and brown effects, con
vertible collar. Chesterfield and
double-breasted models. 44- to 52
inch lengths. All sizes for men and
that isn't to be had in this sale.
big amount in money.
Other favorites also f r your choice.
Blacks, Oxfords &nd mixtures promi
nently featured. All sizes for men
More than 1.100:
values to $30. Blue,
gray, tan and
brown: nlaid back:
satin voke and sleeves; blue shawl collar chin
chillas ; fancy grays, tans, browns and Oxford chin
chillas; also Kerseys. In this same lot we include
fancy-back overcoats and more than three score
"sample" overcoats from the best tailor in Roches
ter; all sizes for men and youths.
SUITS Valuetto 20, Tomorm $ j 2
Popular atylaa In mixtures, cheviots and casslmeres, in brown,
gray and blue. Also a few of our landtrd blue sergos; all sizes for
man and youths.
Values to $5, To
Kinalv" make. Siriped worsteds and cassimeraa in nawesr paiierns; aiso
$12; made M choicest American and foreign worsteds ; at t.MU
(MAIN Butldlni , Sei eJ Floor.)
for Tomorrow (Saturday) Oftl
Mural Gift Hooks heauii- 50r lo $2 Srarf Pina aold filleu
fully illustrated in colors, q soma set with atones;
' 'knurrs Haati i " many designs; at.
M Black Ualher lualc Holla M,ln Fl,r )
with buckle and sirsp fastener II Honao lnaaa of printed
and strap handle; nn : percale, all sizes for Af
each mnif. women; at. 4JC
(Mtm FtSaf.) I - onJ I loor.i
1.75 All-Wool Cheviot Suitings M inches wide ; choicest AQ
GREEN HUT BUILDkNG
I.M Net of 6 Knives -useful kitchen sizes; 4, 5. 8, 7,
snd 10-inch French Sahatier Mades.each rfP?
tth riveted boxwood handle; set of 8 I 7
Nr Mil, Tlphonf or C. O. D. Orilti, Filled on
Abo vi. Cntri SfKlui. guintHiM l imit.-'
12.50 Quadruple Silver-Plated $D
Tea Sets, Tomorrow, at ... . O
A decidedly handsome set and a
welcome addition to even the most
richly appointed dining room.
A new and unusually artistic rib
bon design; bright silver finish, with
nhlr-l.l fur monnarainina. Tt.A PO f.
SUGAR BOWL, CRFAM PITCHER
AND SPOON HOLDER IN THE
Tray a to
Sots, to $2.9.1
An 8 Chest of the Famous $r (T A
Roger "lSSl Tableware O.OV
Twenty-six pieces of exquisite tableware
In the new French gray finished patterns of a
grape design that is exceptionally attractive.
We positively guarantee it to give ten years'
service as a matter of fact, with careful
usage it will give more. The set consists of:
6 dinner knlvea 8 dinner forks
6 tablespoons 8 teaspoona
I augar shell I butter knife
The same combination in
"1847" Roger Bros.' Triple Plate
Choioc of enveral patterns ; at 116.2:
c- tf.nHl.Mt Curi In Seta knife, fork anH
steal, with German silver ferrule and tips; value $2.75; tomorrow, $f
(MAIN Bulldlia. Mi n Floor.)
Juniors & Girls
A Sale Without a Precedent The Biggest Distribution Ever Planned by
Any Store The Values Offered Set A NEW RECORD IN BARGAIN-GIVING
Finest $15 Goats for Misses and
Juniors (More than 800), at
Fusion's favorite styles of chinchilla, aatrachan, cheviot, zibollne mix
tures, boucte, plaid-back blanket coaling; 25 styles; full and three-quarter
!:ngth models; collars and cuffs of plush or velvet; some lined throughout,
others with deep yoke of self-material; all the aeason's wanted shades; sizes
13 to 18 years.
$15 Coats for Girls, at
In chinchilla and aatrachan ; seml-fltting, double-breasted model ; fastens
to'necV ; finished with velvet collar; lined throughout with striped flannel. The
tatrachan model is a very dressy or.e, with shawl collar and bottom of coai
plush-trimmed ; fancy frog ornaments; lined throughout. Navy, gray, tan and
brown chinchilla; navy and black astrachan ; sizes 8 to 16 years.
$18.50 Chinchilla Coats
for Misses $
sizes 14 to 1 A KA
Stylish $16.50 Coats for Misses
und Juniors- chinchi'la; sizes
13 to 19 years;
$7.95 Coats for
chan, cheviot and
18 yrs. ; at.
$21.50 Coats for Misses
boucle ; siies $"
14 to 18 years; at ltJ
$22.50 Coats for Misses
Mm'rtest $16.50 Coats for Juniors
mixtures and lihelines; sizes
13 to IT
ixturcs; 6 $?
14 yrs.; at O
$9.75 Coats 1 o s
Girls -of chev
iot; sizes 6 to 16
$8.95 Coats for
Girls -c h i n -chilla;
sizes 6 to
$6.75 Coats for Girls
in cheviot; semi
ored cloth collar
and cuffs; but
toned to neck ;
yoke lining o f
self - material ;
sizes 6 to 14
(MAIN HuihJini, Win Floor.)
Details in Today's
Sheet Music Hits,
Coats for Little
(See today's Evening
Globe for details of a great
and timely sale of Wo
men's Fur Coats, Neck
wear and Muffs.)
Key West Havana Roths- $4 C A
chlldb- box of 50 tomorrow il.tfv
Clear Havana filler and Havana
wrapper. All the quality of a 10c
I'anetetaa or Londrea mixed long
Havana filler; box of f 1A
$0, value $2, at $I.1U
Captains box of 100; at..
I.ntnlaa box ol 50: at..
Adlutantea box of 100;
K.llatfu fcnx ol 50: at.
Porto Uican Cigars
Breraa Finns box of 50. . $ 1 . &
Parllanoa Flnaa box of
IVrfactn 8ubJim box
of 50 $J.0U
Judge Marshall Perfrctoa , , A
bn n 50 $1.10
(MAIN Bundnf , Mils flf.)
Toy Town Specials
$1 to $1.76 Electric Trains
some with "New York
Central" type lo- iq
comotlvea; set.. . tJOC
59c China Tea Set- for
children; prettily dec
orated; neatly nn
boxed; set t3t
$5 Kngllah Ptramlulatori
for Dolls -hojy la l
inches long; fabricoid
Are Four Out of
$1 Dreaaed Dolls all have
(MAIN BuH.'Inc. Pourtk Hot.)
If you order by 'phone, please call 4000 Chelsea.
I Fresn Fruits and Vegetables I 1 FreBQ-Meats
24C gqgWNMNpi kMsai 17c
SSi ?Xinvn- 25c Sr'""'''' 15c
BALDWIN or (jRF.LNING QQ lsnSliVli'iilna',ifii' 1C.
APPLES fl-qt. bukit C Wj,'lhole qUt"V' IOC
a. . . ,??iiT I5c DucKs-h; WrWMMi 22c
fANCT WH1TB ONIONS- OS BUl"IL'l'j.'l l-'.'i".'J LI'"
for bolllni: 5 -at. bukit 3C I.AJB. -h a4 st.r. of cliy- J7C
y.!"'SWy.: 48C LAMB full' fm qr.;ri rf 'Of. J 2c
OY.STEK BISCUITS -f.r.ip Sodaa. Siliirm, miTttON--hini qu'trtOT '.Y ' ' S O 'X
Olagsr, Limon, Luocii ir Aalnal Cimdi itock; lb '
culu; ti r(. it pirkifr. V J MUTTON .hart for. quirtn. 7r
Mtsas af Cinidi noclc; lb
I Our Own Baking I SSS?? ! . ... 18c
GESMAN-STYIE PRUIT 0i. PORK wt.li lola. f lrh IB,
STOLLBN aask. SOo ud ry; lb
MOCHA, nipU, chocoliu, ipoaa. iui- SAUSAGE fra.il mod., ooimt.r fgg
him or wtilii loaf vikMi S e fcvl. pork j lb. . t I
rsHVouNncxkEs:: VZ rtr.'Tfr 23c
UhV WIDOW POUND CAKUS gr "1,3 iT''. 24C
Qumma z r8": UMa!M. . 29c
l"f I ALASKA MBIl SALMON-dor.. tM. 1 u
(MAIN Buildlnii, Third Ploor.) 1 -lb. till cm
A Final Whirlwind of Selling Marks,
the Distribution of
Men's 3.50 and 4.00
W. L. Douglas Shoes at
Tomorrow (Saturday) will bring to a close one of the
greatest weeks of shoe selling in the history of this store. In
addition to the various specials in all sections of our mammoth
shoe store, we offer
About 2,000 Pairs of the World
Famous W. L. Douglas
Shoes for Men
A full assortment of button and lace styles, In dull calf and
patent leather. Not every size in each, but every size and width
from 5 to 1 1 in the collection, and you are sure to be fitted.
These shoes are NOT "factory rejects." All are PERFECT, so
you mustn't confuse this event with imperfect or factory damaged
EVEN IP YOU PAID THE PULL REGULAR PRICE YOU COLLDN'T BUY BETTER
QUAL ITY OR STYLE. Every pair is made by the celebrated "W. L. Douglas" hand-sewed pro
cess and the W. L. Douglas trademark is on every shoe.
EXTRA SALESPEOPLE EXTRA SELLING SPACE AND ALL SHOES ON TABLES
ACCORDING TO SIZES, TO MAKE CHOOSING EASY.
Boys $2.50 to $3.50 Shaea the samplaa and -eurplna
slock of the lixcelsior Shoe Company, of Portsmouth,
Ohio. I"-very pair with r.oodyear-welted sotes; button
or lace, dull calf or patent leather; all sixes $ nr
Boys' $1.26 Calfakin Shoot made of good quality calf;
solid leather soles and heels; Blucher lsee on
sryle-.slies Pto U.'i; at Oa7C
(MAIN K.i I .
Women's $3 to $5 'La France" Sample High Shoes
still good choosing to be hsd hare. Not a pair of
these excellent shoes worth less than $J, and they
are mostly $4 snd $$ grsdes; being ssmples, sites
are principally $fj, 4 and 4.4. B and C widths; but
we have added several Unas of equal value, of which
we have all sizes and widths. Lesthcrs ara tan
Russia calf, patent leather and dull calf; but- $ Qf
tnnorlace; allwitbGoodyear-weltedsoles;at l.tJ
'Double frK Green Trading Stamps with Purchases Before 12 o' ClockSingle Stamps Thereafter
IN NEW YOftk'S SHOPPING CENTER
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