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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S3, 1912.
450 SKIS IN A PANIC
WHEN MOTOR THROWS
OUT HARMLESS SPARKS
Factory Employees, in Terror,
- Battle to liscnpe When
There Is No Hire.
ane Mined iv girl sparking on th
lavsssth floor of No. 5M Hroaflwray, In
tha MJosi Walat 1'ompany. to-day. and
Che consequent excitement recalled
tMlr th Ae.'li Hullillna; fire. Ever
loo hat holocaust fear has remained
with the (rtHa of t Tie rlljou 'rrnpan,
who stand In rows, dress 1 In flimsy
otoHMns;, and onareta machines driven
by a heavy motor at the end of a Ion
One of the klrll looked up : ' day and
an. aparks coming from the motor and
email puff of smoke. It was only
trie brushes sparking, hut the girl be-
Itsrwr llieie wiut danger. Hhe quletly
et tier place Htid started for the
elevator, glancing harkward. Her ac
tion waa oltscrvetl and chorus of
creame Mr ant up hi tome one cried
Just at this moment. UM eparke In
creased and there was a report where
something had torn lo.se and a cloud
of oil em. ike surrounded the motor.
With a combined rush :ill the panlr
etrloken girls ...isl.-eU for the elevator,
and finding It down they pushed and
fought, rme to the roof, one story
above, and others to 1he street, spread
ing via nit on the lower Honrs, as they
tripped and fought down the stairways.
Out on Broadway 3t0 girls shouted and
Pointed to lhc roof, und some one
turned In an Alarm. (In the roof 200
girls were crying and hegglns to be
taken off. .Meantime, Max I.elbner.
manager of the v.alst company, had
turned off the power and Hel sparks
When Deputy Chief I.nngford arrived
he found the bUsedsAa o! CM red except for
tha girls on the roo.". A .uck Invests
g tt Ion showed there was no flr, but It
took the chief and several hremen ten
stltSBtea to convince the frightened girls
there was no ila.nt.-er. AH returned to
work after now hi ushes were put 1n
the motor. Six months ago a similar
GIVES JEALOUSY AS REASON
IN CONFESSING MURDER.
Bentley Too Attentive to Wife,
Prince Tells Sheriti When
WARSAW, N. ST., Nov. :2.-Althose
Prince, who was arrested Wednesday
ta connection with the murder of Frank
Betitlev, cot.res-, d to Sn, t iff liau.-r to
day that he had committed the crime.
Ho told thtj officer that he had known
Xor S0CDS time of the attention Hent
ley had shown Mrs. I'rlee and that he
killed him In a jealous frenzy.
Uentley's badly mutilated body was
found yesterday bulled In a shallow
grave on the Woodltouse farm. Both
legs had been chopped off near the hips
and itn effort had been made to destroy
the body by fire.
Prleoa in, confession stated that
lie first shot Bentley with the latter's
Sjun and threw the weapon Into Java
I.ak". sneral miles from the a-ene of
the crime. He refused to tell of the
efforts he cnade to conceal the evidences
of his crime.
WARD LINE BOAT LOST
IN CYCLONE OFF CUBA.
Stcimer Commodore Sunk ;ind
Agent, Reports the Loss
' of One Life.
WAAHINOTON, Nov. f. Thl State
I'epartment received word to-day from
the Consul-.gi nt of Mttebltas, Cuba,
that the Ward Una s ejno.hlp Commo
dore had sunk and was a total loss.
All the piss.-ngets were saved out one.
The despatch gave no further details.
At the off! e of the Ward line. Pier 14.
Ka st River.
foot long, left
Man ,'a.nlllu, a
coast of t'uoa.
wag stated tha.t th-
small steam craft lot'
New York, Nov. 5. for
town on the SOUthst n
M miles from Neuhlts,
where the boat
man led by Capt.
crew of twelve
were carried, so
ay. The 101 life
strtl: She was enm
Juhn Chambers and i
men. Xo pa.seenge.-s
the steamship offlcl iU
was Drohiblv a mem-
snr or a rescuing party sent out from
The Commodore was planned to have
been used as a transfer tug to carry
pasn r.tc-s front lare ships to Ilia Ian I
at Mancattlllo, and wag owned by the
Ward line agents at that point. Gob wall.
Mareo ft Co. No SnflQ was on the boat,
an 1 lo r loss Is attributed to the re ent
( .clone, which came a month later this
Inrslsm' Horseshoe llron.l.r a,mm
CHI, WOO, Nov. 22 -Rurglais hurled a
hor MvhOB wrapped In a newspnter
throtiuh the window of Berg sttd Corn
pany. Jewellers, on Michigan Boulevard
early to-day and escaped with Jewelry
vr.luc-1 at I2.WI0. rt Is the fourth time
the establishment has been ixiblied lit a
HELD FOR "FIXING" POLICE.
Bernen "aid Me Could "Prater!"
Wllllmsn Bergen, otherwise known
Wlllnm Kdwards, of No. 17fl Stockholm
street, was arraigned befoie Magistrate
(lelsmsr In dates avenue Court. Brook
lyn, to-day, and held under t.t,ono bond
charged with taking money from a
saloonkeeper on the alleged pretense
that he could "tlx" the police.
The ,-omplalhunt waa Charles flleke of
No. UM Broadway, Brooklyn, a saloon
keeper, who said he hart gjven the man
ITS to pay the police and 110 for stpaflV
Three charges were pending against
Hleke for eg'-lac violation.
Sleke calle.1 on l.leut. McDonald, yes
terday, and told him of Bhe il.-al'ngs lie
had with Bergen, who. be said, was
asking for more money An appoint
ment was arranged with McDonald and
two detectives In hiding Markeil money
was handed over In their presence, the
dete'tlves said, but tliey could not llfid
it In Bergen's pockets, when they ar
Don't Forget Those Rati Crest
Truth Dmvi )r-htft. HI
S10.0CO FLIES INTO LAP.
I liitnrTcnr l.nt Vs. K. underbill's
Check hill llrlnrneil II,
fSpeeUI t.. The Breeiefl WisfMJ
ORCKNWtCH, cow. Nov 2 -it
Isn't i'Vitv h 1 iiTettr who Is lucky
enough to roeolve W. K Vanderlillt's
check fVf ItsMN without any explanation
therefor, and not many chauffeurs
would return su a a ohs k. By John
Nedley of 1 1 eon wlch, i hiiuffeiir for
Hugh C. telghloii of Nl a V..rk. Is ti i
ordtrwv chaurTeur, for he did both,
Yesterday noon, while In h's OSr In
front of the Varrrterbllt Hotel, wtltfnc
for Mrs lelghton, a piece of paper
wafted from an open hotel window Sato
his lap. Me was greatly surprised to
find It a check. No 111. on tha VMth
Avenue branch of th Farmers'
snd Trust Company, No. 411
aenu payable for I'O.fleo to tha
of II (Irsssmar ami eigne I W K. Vo
ilerhllt .lit then Mrs. Lets
steppe,! Into the car. and being la St
hurry was driven awav. Mr. NeiWay,
who is a son of Herat James Nedley of
the (ireenwli h pol ce .department, later
telephoned to W. K. Vanderbllt, Sr., at
HIS New York office, and this momtfrg
went there (0 return the check.
TWO MONTHS TO COUNT
ALL UNCLE SAM'S MONEY.
C. V Timmpson Sworn in To
Day as U. S. I're .surer, Su;
ccedin l ee McGunf.
WASHINGTON, Nov. Carmi A.
Thonipvidt WitH nwurn in nn Ti ?turp
if th- I'nlti-.l States t-lay, Huccepninfi;
J.fe MeClunffi Itl ortptlnK his com
mission f 1 iiu .Secretary Mar Vi-ajKh Mr.
Thompntin Mfil! lio Would retire from
political Ufa with Prt-sitlftnt Taft iR
The rommlttot appointed by 8ecr-
tiy MitoVoagh to count the money and
MOUrltioi In the Treasury In orler to
erlfy tin- acOOUntR of the retiring
TrCMUfcr hac tak n entire cinirxu of
t vhuUh and afes. The two nionthn'
count wt ocfjln it once.
OIL the Bowels
UPhymlclan'a Substitute for
When J'oii feel that yuiir liver anil
liowcls need bow, 1"'' I'r. Kalwanls'
Olive Tablets. Substitute for Calomel.
I'aloruol is effective hut ilungcroua
1 atuiup bail aflcr-ef feels.
Olic Talilels are especially made to
lake tin- place of Calomel. Dr. Kdwarils
for years bas liccn Cab mtl's foe. He
saw its danfCH ' 1,1 ilisadvantaxcs in
J7 vears' prSOticO, treating patients for
all kinds of liver and bowel complaints.
In his efforts to do without Calomel, he
developed his now famous little olive-oil
Colored tablets, Olive Tablets are mild
but effectivs, Safe and sure. Pleasant
to take but unfailing in results.
Olive Tablets oil I lie bowels just enough
to start Nature's own action, and they
tone up the liver at lite mime time. They
lire made from a rare combination of veg
etable compounds mixed with olive oil.
If you want to regain that feeling of
joyous DUoysncy and clear thought, take
far. Kdwards' Olive Tablets. They work
like Vacation, 1" and tS cents per box.
"Every little Olive Table) has u move
ment sM i own."
The Olive Tablet Co., Columbus, O.
551 Our Great Free Animal Circus
4Mmm mm mm
Double &9 Trading Stamps Until 1 o'Clock, Single Stamps Thereafter
Double Libert v .Somni (or
Snar Wropnrm. 7ocrn Tn, Ac.
And Menagerie Opens To-morrow
Bring the children to see the Greatest Free Circus ever presented. Half our Seventh Floor transformed into
a great menagerie. Lions, and Lionesses, Grizzly Bears, Panthers, Zebu, Kangaroo, Lemurs, Monkeys and Birds
See Mme. Pauline
In Her snaallnnal Act with
Years with Jfsrnom O Diley Jincwn from Losst to Cosuf
50 Dogs, Ponies and Monkeys 50
3 Leopards and a Puma
in the Great Arena.
MME. PAULINE is the Most
Fearless Woman Animal Trainer in
Darling's Educated Animal Circus
SCC the Musical Dogs and PonlCS tkst play Belli, fralunna Teddy, the arrsteat musical dog
ntatia, the unridible mule; Mintsasn, the
in runlet P
See the Persian Danctra Don:
famous Educated Hone, and Mike, the King of Monkey Clowns.
Santa Claus Is Here
with m mpmclml line of Xmam 7 oyn that are so wonderful
thmt we'll have trouble keeping then, till December.
TaII.. I Thcyrc all around, but
ICUUt DC i I 3 they rr rather friendly
Dears, and they'll
michtv good friends to some little boy or
girl. They stand 20 inches high. You
can take one home for.
With large engine, tender and JQ.
conch and five pieces for track 47l
si trsenlh I loor. )
Notice to Men!
To morrow, AH Our
$2.00 and $2.50
m mm and
(Third lionr. )v
Saturday the Last Day of
$3 & $4 Beaver Hals
1,200 Long Nsp Beaver
I lati, IS of the bett Winter
shapes: mall, medium and
large siie: colon are black,
brown and n- a m ft0
yi all b.and '1 elfO
new snd perfect I
merchandise . . am
Bia Values in French Plumes
8.00 I'n-neh riume, O OQ T.TB i reneh I'luines, CJ QC
i. ,u wl.lt.. ii'v. .U9 nn.l white. . . .
. I. Ill l mil 1 1 rliimes, 9QO SD.tlH 1 rtneb I'luines, 7 07
black snd white ni.lv. A.UO Haak .whlls.... SsSFS
lists rnsisifs rree. .vsn rm.tr.
I Big Saturday Sale Misses' Coats, Dresses
I fll TKP aTll.TVlC 1111 Here are tlc largest stocks of popular priced apparel in Amer-
msisMtrsssvuu a. amsuaj 1 ica
t . . . Mm . 1 . s en
ajsi la d.tv
Wide choice of styles, in Coats, Suits and Dresses, aU 9
Trlmnteil with cor
duroy, rtbbonp and
laosjai elxei II to
l I yesrs.
at extraordinary low prices tomorrow
Girls' $2 to $3
Bcautilul I Exquisite $12
$7to$120resses lo $25 Dresses
. Copies of Imported
Tor missel snd, mffldu. ,or m,.
small women; sr.' a .mail wo.
tnal S7 to sisbmbi astnal 111
values. ,0 2n vsluss.
$4.75 j $7.75
$8 to $10 Chinchilla
:ioucle and Mi xtnre Coats
for Misses and Juniors
IncludiriK the popular
Johnny, as well as full
cngth styles. Also zibelines, American
iroadcloths. cheviots and ffP QP
araculs; sizes 13 to 18 years ggyjrg
;.') to $7.50 Broadcloth
or Misses & Juniors
In Rolld cclorn,
rhvrki. Mtrlpi ami
$5.50 to $7.00 Caracul Coats lor
Misses and Juniors
Just XI coats made in shawl and
Men's and Young Men's
Including the new long convertible collar Over-
rnata nin!r in (onru rrivl
vuuvvi s s iuuv aaa a us ivj iiiiav.u pn. aa jm
fabrics, in light, dark and
mw4inm r-ffprts anmp linerl " '
with Venetian and wool lining,
others serge lined, at XaW
Men's and Young Men's
$15,001 $20.00 Overcoats
The assortment includes high grade Overcoats
in all the most popular models, from the
knee length Chesterfield to A
the double-breasted, 52 inches, St,
convertible collar Overcoats. V
all the popular materials, in
cluding black kersey, at
Less Than Usual
Men's and Young Men's
Strictly all wool. long convertible collar Over-
iuais. 111 a tmiiiit n voiiciy ui mmmm Pmm
lancv effects, cut 32 inches Sjty
Inna sercre linprl. cnnvertihlr V m
n ' .
collar. Coats that would be
bargains at $12.00. on sale at
Men's and Young Men's
Finest hand tailored garments, choicest of pat
terns, a wonderful variety, including all the
newest merchant tailor-
inR effects. F.very kind M M llh-
great sale. $25.00 Over- LK
coats, at mmm JL
iaowweVWWrWeVWO "I bird nr.is . . . ....,vvvwiruV))Wwln - - Third 11 r . sosivwiosaoosos1
A Rousind Saturday Shoe Sale
i. ii. i Z - - .emw mr
....or couar styr,.; some n.yc ? Menr, ovm-Vi patent coltskin and tan Russian
vlso some fancy mix
.ures; some are in John
ny styles that button
high to the deck, others
modsls; sii MX
Misses' and Juniors'
$15 Winter (oats
Made of chinchillas,
boucles, two-tone diag
onals, wide wales and
novelty mixtures; truly
remarkable values at
sizes 13 to fQ QC
large re vers, full length models.
all lined throughout; tfA AO
sizes 13 to 18 WmUV O i
Girls' $7.50 Winter
Of all-wool materials;
brown, cadet and dark X
mixtures; some have
corduroy collars and X
calf, new high toe lasts; button
and Blucher models; sizes 6 to 1 1 ,
D to EE widths; at
Women's $3.50 and $4.00 Sam
pin Walkover Shoes Of patent f colt
skin and gun metal calf and a number
of suede cravenette and other shoe fabrics.
All heel heights and toe shapes,
plain or tipped toes; SI A? II
sizes 3, 32 and 4, at lsUfF
Men's High Grade Shoes Of patent coltskin and tan
Russia calfskin; warranted Uoodyear welted
hand sewed soles; lace, button and Blucher
models; sizes 6 to II, D to EE widths; at. ..
Women's $4.00 Shoes Tan Rus
sian calf, in button or Blucher
models, tipped toes; new high toe
lasts or full round knob toe lasts;
Cuban heels, extra high n
cut; sizes 22 to 8. L to ) UV
Women's $3.00 Walking
Shoes-Of patent coltskin, in
button and Blucher models; new
short vamp models, Cuban heels,
tipped toes; sizes 2'? to am mwg
8. C to EE widths. J Y
E width; at
Men's High Grade Custom Made Shoes CM pstrnt coltskin. (un metal call, vici kid, vrlour cslf, snd tsn Kuitiui nil.
knob toe Mats, atraiaht lasts, hifh toe Lata snd the lull round toe lasts; warranted l.oodyear weltrd hand tewed solri: ajstl 6 to
1 1. C to EE width, st
an m er f.oad arllelea asU
nrfied In Th. HM will W
llatett st The Werld's Infonasv
Sja narsan. Tulllssr BnUdbsn
Atssde. Psrk llnwi World's
I'll loon Of flee, northwest r..
B itslh B, and Breadwan
Worlil's llnrlem OtHee. S4S
West ia.".lli Sl snd WorlsT.
ssroaklm otfti-e. '.:iii! tVashlsia
tan at.. Rrouklja. far SO dars
(.llenlasT las arlaUBaT .1 m
Women's Chinchilla Coats
Regular $15 garments
that overshadow all
competition, at ... .
i 1 1
Also plaid back cheviots, all wool
kerseys, fine boucles and fancy
mixtures. All the newest models
of the season, cut ye ry full, buttcned
close to the neck or de-.p shawl
col ar and caffs of fine velvet or
initiation 'Persian lamb; all cut 52 an.
H inches long; some hali lined, with guaran
teed satin or sell maenils;
in gray, tan, brown, navy and
black; sizes 34 to 44,
Women's $7 & $8 Coats
Of line quality chinchilla, mix
tures and thibet, ihree-quarter
and full length moueis, buttoned
close to the nck or reversed collar; fin
ished with large bone buttons;
i.-. tan, navy and black; ur, Vfm IIU
34 to 44; at 4?ecFO
Women's $7 & $8 Cordu
Made of fine cum corduroy,
finished with tii.c macraitlS
cuffs, in brown, nVJ snd
black; s i z e s j4 to 44,
i Seeend lloor. I
25c to 75c Neck Fixings
tin tire sample Out
fit of one of Mew
York's Moat Patron
at 12ic & 19c
l.t Nn. t RobM
pn rro cui lursj, em
" tu, Jabota In vu-
rious p r t t v
tylM Itlokl ami
Jaboti At t chad ;
ai'MJpfl uf flnt
tot and ft)itl.ivv
: unu t o w a
l.ut No. 2 -M -ll
i 1'iillari. ilikiDU
MQf) i h :i i n iv
Imm and n'i,
vlih .. .i buwi,
TUr rifvv Uhniit
tooka and J a bo I
at ItebM. In vart.
mil tv, em
firoldiM vl nrtn
t . . .
Holiday Neckwear in Boxes- (shots in dainty csi-
caaei. jsM.i. with tiucss suscnea,
velvet bowj. in a delicate rhadei. imsl
Bow with Rhine.'ti ncPin. each in a bci
,25c to 49c
Regular 50c Chiffon Veils lf!-H yards long, with
VrrtititrhcH cntJs; in white, bU' k, h&tiipagnr, red. brown,
myrtlr ami all 'lesirable ih',c!"
iism Main ilnor. )
Regularly 8c ID.
Specisl Ssturdsy, "OC
With Isncy ribbed (lobe with
a prumstic eliect. throw
downward white I. slit,
"implete. rradv to light.
79c Invar I Col
jred Shimc With
ed Art Cs
with Grecian Jir
bcrdrr, in grren or sro
b. with 'nnge to n Stch;
complete, with inner
globe, v burner sn l
I U.seiueat. I
ne r, Al
Boys' $5 Suits & Overcoats
Chinchilla Polo Coats
Fur Collared Overcoats
Convertible Collar Overcoats
Norfolk Two-Panls Suits
Blue and gray Chinchills Folo Costs, with belt all siound, llsnnrl lined; tzr
- ' '.' lo 9; big long convertible collsr fsncy misturr costi, (or large boys, 'izei 10
12. A Ins aaso.tmrnt ol fanry novelttei. with lur snd sitiachan ccllsra. s
well as velvet collsra, (or boyi iy to 10.
And Fancy Mixtures, in Norfolk and Double
Breasted two-pants suits.
Boys' Hue Chinchilla
and Fancy Overcoats
These tm fur Isr.i
bays, anas la t i
Cblaeblllss sr.. al
lined: ulno fans
Btlatnraa la lesad
und. . lie. I. its
Boys' High Grade
Suits and Overcoats
K v t, r v '
and ntylri i .
it I i i and
boyi from 'i
ShJrls For Hiisdreils ol Men
1 hit. I llimr. I
79c to $t.SO shirts, every one of
them and they're going to go like
"hot cakes" at
It's our one Best Guess that these shirts
v. ill surprise and please you. Coat models
cuffs attached; finely laundered; cut full; Mat
iissortment of patterns, mostly light grounds,
v, ith neat stripes and designs in beautiful con
trasting colors. All sizes from 14 to YlVi.
Man's $2.00 Heavy
0 om at Flannel
1 oils r and finished with
I ne quality 'ilk Irogi anil
o c e s n
i e a r I
Men's $4.00 Heavy
Blanket Bath or
Lounging Rob. a
C losed at neck with heavy
cord snd at waist with
h e s v y
t a s a 1 1 led
a, k.i.i win,
Mala Moor . I
UTH STREET STORE. HENRY SIEGEX. Prec't
No. i Can
L I Al ID ',l,' f'en .
I LUUIl I N I...K
WAICH OUR ADS. FOR LOW I'HKI S ON ICHKCYSi
COFFEE jfrmHn' s1nsMi
i "Pure "Hllter. iT'iKi
V-UCUA Sl.usi lh
DiiT'fro nk.ir7"Rmrs" Ttu
nil ICR inc. mi " .
trVtfea mnd Lluuorm
WHISKEY .'lu'.,rl"'0," '""67r
BRANDY jg M' hZt- 69(
ROgC.and RYEXion ..rf'tt
PORToxSHERRY ta 'IM
KU1V1MEL p..,' 59C
HkMSTr ,u,w CUf'd' 17c
SHOULDERS fflnZ 15c
ROL'D OATS RiwTf. lu 'iSt
SARDINES . I'irlitii . :i ruuh
DDiiML-t p.anta i un.
CIJRRAN l'S K&a:' iUc
I so value
LEM-OKANCE PEEl , ll 18c
POTATOES i'.'.u 1 ' "4,2tSc
BeM NCW i rop;
S Its. 5(ie.;
APPLIES S'i.SSi IH.'K
CELERY HEARTS hS,, 7C
SCRAPPLE ,:,v,l.."n.,,"u 12k
HEAD CHEESE V. .' "".V. J2jc
B'lxD ham rViVi 'itr1 """"
POUND CAKE lrA 'uV
r"n eel i Min i
rKf.3ii nflivi 1 1
RIB ROAST iii'.""" ""
.It t'l.i') . HI , f e
. . . 1 t V
topsirlojn i." J6ti
FOWL .V"""' ": ,m'M- 14C
L.I. DUCKS, i. 17C
GEESE n.""" "'' " 20C
CHICKENS pi'Vad 'I.. y...
LIBERTY TRADING STASATS UNTIL 1 O'CLOCK. SINGLE STAMP THERRAFTERl