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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913.
GETS YEAR S TERM IN
Extortioner Exposed by Even
ing World Sent to Island
by Justice Crane.
Former rntcMv rto't.rt " ( Irplo
of th. Rmfi (treat lt ), Brooklyn,
vti to-dftv arntsnca.1 by Justin- (.'ran
In tli Supreme 'ourt In niooklyn to
on yar in in penitentiary, lie wna
onxirted of havlnir svtortrd mom y
from Victor Fllman, it chauffeur, hy
threatening to fasten on I'll man a rob
bary whloh waa committed In the nous
wnare F.ltrutn txiardeJ Throuarh an
oocaalonal employer of Fllman tiie mat
tar cauii to the knnwlpd; of Tha
Fn!n World and waa reported to
Tha arreai of flelesk, Jamea J Ixiyla,
another detective and a forHjner art-used
of being thNr o-4etween fol
lowed. Fllman an ..re that whan, In the
preaence of I .lent. Pan t'oatlaran. he
hanled the marked money to Seleake,
th money waa paaaed to Doyle, who
earapd arrest at the time. Doric la to
to he put on (rial next week.
"The Jury which i-onvlcted yon." salrt
Justice Prane to f leak, "earneatly rec ommended
the Court to ba merciful to
yo. I am Ininoslna; a aentoni far
Hahtet than that which many faa ymi
should rrcatva. I mm move. I by an ac-
loalnUuio wltii you whl h ppsi hack
to the time nhen I wan a Ju.ljie of tlie
County touit, and In all that time un
til now 1 have known of your hltfh
reputation aa an upright nvau ami pub
lic ecrAitnt- 1 shall not send you from
the cKj . but eentence yuu to a yea: a
imprisonment In the penitentiary on
rlUii-kwira Ifjfjki, which will mean
about ten iin. 1. 1 . . .1 r u.v imprisonment "
Melsk's wife snd dauKhter spent half
an haur Willi Juatl.e Crane before
court. Tha former detective cried
openly all through the limn when the
Judce was apcaklnit to him and nearly
collapsed when he waa led from the
Hurt by sklddlMK Aato.
I'atrolmiui Prank ll;;urlck of the
Tjrnnx avenue precinct, whs driving his
automobile, ith on So.Mhern B0H)s
vard Lhla aft. rnoon In front of No.
..S th auto skidded and he waa
thrown to the street. He Stiff afod from
a broken nose and rlvhl arm and tt1a
ral contusl.ms of the :ialy and was
taken to For.lhaui Hospital in i-hc auto.
Helmrlck la lldrty-scvrn y.ara old and
Uvea at No. R BM one llundrad and
DANDY HE RESCUED
WAS TROUSERED GIRL
Pol! Itluill Dllg "f the We, l Maty,
a) .In all eel staU ui was aland, iik ID
Viluiuir.ia circle ut 2 o'clock Una norn
iftg p.illUt-r.n. ,1 p dictvni n anil, Ho
llo ,ry of pro SbtHUOi aa KPptlsO
riu.,.an ondamvof under otvli ssrvlce
i . niiai.loiis, alien he saw s niy dafMll'
lied yo.m-i lelJv In Kngl ah i OMli
Kiay sua iiihI nputlad pMflH lOOthaf
Ihooi tr.pplu' iluan Columbus averi ii
tonaid nun. TbrOV nu-n wwTV ailnkina
ami dod.tWI L. mud th youth.
WlM I'oll, email i '.I. ItOPOsd the oblc
alio de.Kinnalr jojth ami uildi Mats him
"lion t you know there's some guys
behind rail waiilm r tnp yon foi vnui
bundle?" iunth l'oRcainan IkIIk In th
phnuaodogv of th Department. "A
hallway lor yom.a and a tap on the
bean, then Oood nl(ht"'
"Tut-tut, kind air," rplld the 'ififcsh
youth, or words to that effect, and
Policeman Ddg ran him In for his own
good. Hut between Columbus Circle
and the station t'oltceman Dilg made a
Whisper 'twM a g.rl he'd plncnsd.
Not uii)' lhat. but she was the prrlilt
girl you could lay your eyes on fro n
the CaPJlt W I-ongacre Ho.uare Haf
black ruiir was cm short, so th.it H
l.ttle green velour het ant mi It as
nlflllv as a pes on n pork ch ip; nnd
t ie trm. gray su.t. with the WSjatCOal
and all he should worry, that I'oilcnmun
I'p btfON Migl.4tr.lte Hulls In the
West Hide Court she NAM to-day, very
leary-eved and repent mt and still very
mn.'h I ke a aa; lorial ilri i.n In her i
masculine get-up. Bo aald a'le una
flraOS rlwbvio of No, til linat (n Mun
rtre,1 and Hevenlh street. Hint she was
'only seventeen anil nad never horn ar
nsted before It wan all n lark, any
way, and she didn't mean to nrenk any
hot rbl old law XL there'
Magistrate Hurts gave flr.i 'e a man s
a'7.e hfture and turned her nver to hir
papa. I'apa naa ao mortllled he hid
i It ne'e Ierw1 u telephone lieoth In 111
hall while he eum:n nd a taxi ivn.
Shampoos with Retinol
Soap prevent dandruff
and atop Iom of hair.
Or Thftr Suit'
th Ave. fl hp tl
f Corner if Street
A Mighty Sale of
Coats and Suits
In All Sizes for Women
Prevail Now Through
out Our Entire Stock
The Sale of Coats
6.75 1275 4-50
W Actually Worth from $15 to $30
Overwhelming assortments in every fashion
able style of chinchillas, plaid bat ks, zibehnes,
broadcloths, bouclcs, plushes, zebra stripes,
bagonals and vicunas, featuring the very
LinarUst models produced for winter wear.
The Sale of Suits
0.75 10.75 icr.oo
7 JLW JLM
Pvsi iie $17.50 to $30.00 Values
MMW WcGIvc I; ,
A magnificent collect: cn includii t itrictly
tailored and sup.rb fancy trimmed mode's,
developed in the most artistic and aristocratic
styles from broadcloths, wid wales, diagonals,
velvets, corduroys and two tones in black,
navy blue, brown, gray, taupe and 'mole, as
well as novelty stripes rnd mixtures.
Thirty-fourth Street West
Will place on Salo To-morrow
Saturday Morning at 9 o'clock
Our Entire Stock of
Women's Winter Coats
on the Second Floor
Misses' and Girls' Winter Coats
on the Third Floor
Regardless of Cost
Nothing reserved; all our finest imported Cordu
roys, Vicunas, Velvets, Chinchillas, Blanket Cloths,
Eponge, Cut Velours, Beaver Zibelines, Scotch and
English Ulster materials.
We recommend early purchases.
No approvals or exchange during this sale.
22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th St. West
NorthwcstCorner Sixth Ave &I5-Str ,
Bring Your House-Furnishing Problems
to Us for a Quick Solution
Wo hav boon aolvlnc such problomai for FIFTY years. mn3 you.
youroolf, could wioh for no happlor solution
Our CR t CiiT-GI VINO PLAN ha Dean simpl if led end mtdtmirs I biral
then ever. WE FIT OUR TEBMb TO YOUR INCOME, and h f, mcot noio
ul oradit earvlce ed. e nothlna; to the prioe. EVERY 1 HINQ IS f.1 ARKCD
IN plain figures, and wo era anxlouo to hava you sea now low
these t.aurea raaliy ana.
We Deliver Your Goode at Once
You Pay for Them as Convenient
I jji if
Davenport by Day. Bed by Night. BS
The Unifold Davenport Bed
Th fram U ioIMIt fofiBtrurtrd
at alda oak. straaa siirlna.
mad seaarate from th aprlnaa
thai aapaert the upholsirrlna.
Thai's why it Is raafertable as
th finest beS. Ths seat and hark
ere ttpholatsrsS srlth fin lm
Drrlal leather that Is auarantrd
t aire exrrllrat arr- fkp An
VttW. . .ru". .Tfu" 20.Ho
In auartrred ok. Karlr KnclUh
rlnlkhi itiikhluMtlon 1mU and
itiiuki iMr.nitii iren work
n uoorsi lara arswrrt
kr lull value eitO.OO . .
Hajiitsimrh rarvrdi lanra ruoniv
uphoutrrrcl rmtt ntrk
in innnt nonnir nu-in
Itkt i-uli value atlft.OO
Out-oI-Town Deliveries Mzde by Our Motor Trucks.
OK AMI RAPiOa
5.00 on 75.00
NO MONEY DOWN
Weekly DAiiers Ttiis Davenport
Furcknr ol .'
aaif Hike n,ii j ( mfl
OaMra o.i. or Habaaaaj frajas. IJt s
in t.r.rn rlnuri Value r;i:.. . I Jtl ' '
Thi Chnni lsthrr ducli
STORE FOR WOMEN
31st Street at Sixth Avenue
Women's $5.00 Shoes, $2.95
Prrfrct in quality, up to the minute in style, all sizes,
and all made for this season'. wear. Tan or black calf
skin, patent leather and suedes in the regulation or
extra high cilia. Also some handsome cloth top shoes for
street or dress wear. Experienced fitters to wait. on you.
Welted sole shoes in as good
a style as any $3.50 shoe you
can find in New York, and we
guarantee every pair of them
just as though you paid full
price for them. All sizes, in
eight different styles black or
Women's 60c Rubbers at 35c
$5.00 Velour Hats, $1.95
Black velour hats from one of the leading importers
nt an extremely low price. They come in six different
shapes, ready for use, with or without trimming.
$3.00 Ostrich Feathers, $1.95
lleautiful shaded colors, also black and white. They
are 17 inches long and 8 inches wide, antl make a most
beautiful hat trimming.
Women's $25 Coats, $12.75
There are four hundred and fifty coats to begin with,
many with the plaid back, unlined; others lined with
satin; and there is a full variety of Cheviot, Bouoles,
Scotch Tweeds, Zebra St ripen and Astracluin Cloth in
black and fashionable colors. All sizes for women
Getting dresses at half
price is certainly remark
able, especially when you
consider t hat these are of the
most wanted Corduroy, Vel
vet and French Serge, all ol
the newest models, with
braid and buttons, finished
with silk girdles. All sizes
to start the sale with.
Mahlers being a typical
store for women, catering
to women only, it is natu
rally in sympathy with
everything that would
tend to benefit women.
We now have several sug
gestions from women in
terested iu our store.
We should like to hear
more about it. Your sug
gestion will be appreciated.
will hold To-morrow, Saturday,
A Special Clearance Sa.e of
Misses' and QirJs Apparel
At the following Very Great Reductions:
IVIitatS' Tailored Mjits,
Formerly up to $29.50, at $9.75
Misses' Demi-Tailored Suits,
Formerly up to $45.00, at 1 6. 5 Q
Misses' Street &. Motor Coats,
Formerly $19.75 to 35.00, at9.50, 13.75
Misses' Velveteen and
Formerly $29.50 to 37.50, at 1 2.75, 1 7.50
GIRLS' DRESSES AND COATS
In sizes 6 to 14 years.
Olrls School Coats.
Formerly $7.50 to 19.50,
Girls' Dress Coats,
Formerly $ 18.50 to 47.50,
Girls' School Dresses,
Girls Afternoon Dresses,
Formerly up to $16.50, at 8.75
Announce for To-day and To-morrow,
on their First Floor, Another Important Sale of
Men's Silk-lined Overcoats
Regular Values $40.00 and 45.00
These Overcoats are in Single-breasted Chesterfield Models
of Winter Weight Diagonals, Vicunas, Kerseys
and Meltons, in black or Oxford gray.
Below ma St.
Only Entrance it Through the Furniture Store
263 Sixth Ave.
I in-- .
Nt 1 1
as- mriiur irirToitl wmm
1 1 I I I
Men's and Yonng Men's
Suits and Overcoats
$i 4.50 A sor.oo
14 w 00
Men and young men will find here
garments that stand for one hundred per
cent, value, service and satisfaction. We
believe that these clothes interpret the
trend of fashion in fabrics, style and cut,
more accurately than any other clothes in
the city at the price. It matters little
whether you take a it 2. So suit or a
t35.00 overcoat, you can know that you
are getting the highest class of workman
ship possible in a garment of its kind.
Boys' and Children's Suits and
Overcoats Moderately Priced
Clothe Your Whole
1-00 A WEEK
I urnls)- V .ii-lmrnls
irom l o i j io sou.
I04lh H I. siM.u;, u, (o-nrr
IC'.i Si. Sulwey Stiitoa Onr Ble I. Away
CPL!V SATURDAY EVENING
1 nil ia the only credit houee where you are ture of
u square deal in Reliable Clothing at Cath Prices
Open Saturday Hvcnings Until 9 o Clock.
Sunday Wor Wants Work Monday Morning Wonders.
at $4.75 to 9.50
at 9.75 to 19.50
Also for To-rhorrow, the folowing very desirable
Men's Furnishings and
Appropriate for Holiday Gifts.
Negligee or Pleated Shirts
Of the best quality Printed Madras, in light aiivl dark
grounds, with effective stripes and color combination!
Actual Value 11.50.
An entirely new connection of
Open End Four-in-Hand Silk Scarfa,
in desirable patterns and color combinations, at
Actual Value $l.So.
Imported Combination Sets,
of Six Scarfs and Six Pair Half Hose, in a box,
Actual Value $7.50.
of superior quality double-faced cloths,
trimmed with silk cord. Actual Value ft 10.00. at
in gray, brown, blue and tan, in very desirable patterns,
Actual Value ft5.00.
To-morrow, Youths' and Boys'
Winter Suits and Overcoats
Very Much Below Former Prices
Boys' Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits,
of navy blue serge and mixtures,
in sizes from 8 to 17 years, Regular Value ft8..So, at 4r.OD
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats,
In navy blue, gray, brown or tan,
with plaid worsted linings, sizes 24 to 10 years, at
Regular Value $12.75.
Boys' Long Overcoats,
of mixed fabrics in the newest colors,
sizes 9 to 18 years, Regular Value ftl6.5o, at
Small Boys' Overcoats,
plain or belted models, of gray or
brown mixtures, sizes 2l2 to 8 years, at
Regular Vahie ftlO.oo.
Young Men's Overcoats,
single or double-breasted, with plain
or belted backs, sizes 33 to 38 inch chest,
Regular Values ft20.oo and 25.00.
Young Men's Suits,
of navy serge or neat mixtures, 33 to 39 inch chest, a a
Regular Values $20.00 and ft2i.50. IaUU
West 23d and 22d Streets
V; WORLD WANTS W
R THEY WORK WONDERS. JJ
0 WORLD WANTS ...i J