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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
2 9 19 19.
NOT ON THE CARD
AT DINNER PARTY
Host s Promise Didn't Material
ize, but Highwayman Was
on the Job.
MASKED MAN IS CAUGHT.
Knocked Down One Victim
and Robbed Another of
1 32 in Hallway.
ANGRY HOUSEWIVES IGIRL OF 1 7 ELOPES
A KUrULAK JANI I UH
Hurl "Pigeons," Favorite FaM
Side Missiles, at Blue
a th eonive ef the romMnatton
birthday-Thanssarlvtn- dinner wMah h
KPrtd far tew friend in hla flat nfi
th third floor at No. t aehotee otroat
Wllllamabnrr. Peter Orennel said some
thing aboot a aus-prls In atera for the
rueata. Bat up to Sit rim that Dom
lock Waif cot reedy to atart for Ma
noma at No. 17 lieaarol atroot and John
Horella thought that No. M Union
nu would look good to him Which wai
early to-day nothing particularly out
of the ordinary happened.
Tha two Hum, deerendad tha ataJra
arm In arm. In the lower hallway they
were confronted by a man decked mil
In a black maak and a reviver, who
ramarked eepulohrailjr that ha wanted
something ror Thankaglvtag."
"Thli." aald Sorelle, "la tha aurprlae.
eh? I oould think up a batter one!"
But the man In tha maak, seemingly
Intent on carrying out tha Joke, rapidly
flialred Rorelle'e pockMa. Finding
them empty, he atruck tha departing
guest In the fate, knocking Mm down.
Wolf then claimed hla attention. In
tha eeeotirt gurat's rlirht-hanil trouaera
pocket waa a roll of lilt. Wolf kept
discreetly allent aa It wi., wtilaked
away, for the man with the gun had
threatened to ahoot If any outcry waa
Whan tha man and Wolfe mo nor
had vanished through MM door the vic
tim ralaad a cry or illatrr and ran
Into the etrert. tie saw a man who
waa going through the motlona of re
moving a maak and atowlng away a
revolver running acroaa tha aquare
Juat behind tlie Houth Third atreet
Math od let Uplsropel Church.
Policeman Frank Haydan, on fixed
poet at Hewa atreat and Broadway,
stopped a man a few mlnutea later who
waa running In' the aama dlractlon aa
Wolf and considerably in advance. In
the man' pocket were a black maak and
ft revolver, with ten extra bulleta, but
no sign of wotf'a Ills. At the Bedford
avenue station the man sail h.i waa
Morris Moral! of No. 43 Bus.laick avo
nua. Before going to the Manhattan
Avenue Court he waa taken to Brooklyn
PoLce Headquarter! ao that through me
bureau of Identification Information re
fused by himself might be forthcoming
"BRING BACK MEN, GIRLS,"
CO-EOS ARE COMMANDED.
CHICAQO. Nov. J The oo-da of
Norlhweatern L'nlvaralty ware urged by
Prealdent Harrla In hla ohapel addreaa
yesterday to go out In tha byways and
hedgis during their Thanksgiving vara,
tlon and drum up atudanta fur tha
"Thla achool need mora man," ha
aald. "You glrla can gat them Whan
you come back bring a man with you -eaoh
(Ugglea were heard In all parta of tha
"Ttiat'a juat what I mean," ha aald,
"Tli frealiman class lu going to bo abort
of men. You know where to find them."
"Your home town U the place to find
eligible young men to make up the
freshman elaas," continued tha Preal
denu "Hunt them up, talk to them,
bring them with you."
"We'll uKt hunt up every 'tray man
In Illinois and make him go to North
weatern If ha lan't too big!" they agreed.
Women riving In tha tenement M No
H Sheriff afreet made a dstermlned f
fort to-day to reemie the lanltnr, John
Fematato. who had boon arrealed ?y
Policeman Poten of tha Clinton afreet
Farnateln had hit Netham FVIdman
of No. M Columbia afreet on the head
wtfh a ahovel, Inftlrttng a deep wound
five Inch aa long. Poten, after arret
ing Femanain In the tmeement of the
tenement, found th narrow hallway
blodkad with women when he alarted
with hla prisoner for the atreat. The
women refuaod lo make a paaeageway
"(live Mm a summon!" thsy shout
ed. "Qaynor saya you should give him
aummona. Thl lin t Ituaala. You
can't arrest htm!"
It appaara that Fernateln had en
deared himself to the tenanta by hla
heroic effort to keep them supplied
with water during a recent brenkdnwn
of the pumps. The fight with Fald
man was atvout the pump, which Keld
tnan had failed to tlx.
I'oten, who had seen the gnnh In
Keldman'a head, hung on t" his prls
oner and attempted to force hie way
through the crowd of women In the
hall. All the buttons hnd been ripped
off hi uniform when ha got to the
front door, -hla cap had been yanked
from hla head nnd an attempt had been
made to rip off hla shield.
While the women rained blow upon
him, Poten na;ped n (.air of handcuff
on I'ernateln Ud fastened him to th
bundle of the Itrset door. Then he went
out to the curb and blew Ida Whistle.
At the aound of the wlilatle th women
ecurrled upatalra to their apaitmenta.
Their purpoae waa apparent uh a. ran
aa policemen begun lr aeiirch the are DO
In anawer la Poten uminoiia. The air
w;i sunn full of "plgeoni," which la the
aaat elde polio name fof packages of
garbage li d up In newapaipera. Kvery
"pigeon" waa alnied at a 00 P.
The uproar wa hears! by tenanta In
other building and then, knowing
nothing of tho esSrttS of tlie affair, la,Vf
that polliciiien were making an arrrat,
alao began ti hurl "plgcona" at the
policemen. Hefore they got off the
block with Krntln tha officers were
ohowred with garbage.
Fernateln wa locked up In the Clin
ton atreet atatlon. KeMman. after an
ambulance aurgeon frtim flouverneur
lloapltal had acwed irp hla apllt head,
went In the atatlon house and Identified
Fernateln an hla amnllant.
Wealthy Garage Owner Gets
a Telegram From Daugh
ter and Kemp.
Alexandre F Pas re. owner of the
OrKaa Parkway garag. near Proapect
circle, Brooklyn, got word toy telearram
to-day from hla aavnten-year-old
daughter, Mabel, who eloped on Thanka
ftvtneT Fve with twantjr-yar-old Jnsepr.
Kemp, who waa employed aa a chauf
feur In tha Paatre garage.
Papa Paatre had bean wearing a thun
dercloud on hla brow for more than
twenty-four noun and wha. he read
In the telegram did not MTV In the
leant to erase hla acowl. He refused
with aavafe amphasla to dlacura tha
new the message brought slim, but he
would not deny tftat tba ttlegram had
bown sent by Uh elopors.
Yeeterday afternoon tha carafe owner,
who llvss at No. 470 Ftfteanth atreat.
lieooklyn. aakad the police to aid him
In grume trace of the whereabout of
Mabel and Joe. All the adjacent rnar
i l.ige llcne bureaua were aearched In
vain, but not a ail nt of where th young
couple had eloped to waa obtained.
M Paatre la deacrlbed by her father
a pretly, five feet three Inrhea tall,
weighing 190 pound, with blue ye and
I'hratnut hair. Bhe wore, when he left
home Wedneaday night, a blue silk
dress, a blue hat with a long plume, a
long gray coat and black ahoaa with
white uppers. Kemp 1 dark and broad
shouldered. Kemp began work for Mr. Paatre two
months ago. In the garag be mat M m
Mabel, who waa employed there aa
Uiokki i i-r for flgf father. The glrl'a
work brought her Into contact with all
the chauffeura of the et.ihllshmi nl and
Mr. Paatre never suspected any particu
lar intimacy bclween her and Kemp.
Mr. Pa.tre waa visited last night by
one of lila dnuxMer'a girl friend. Hhe
told him that for the Uit month Kemp
and Mabel have been going out togeilu r
legniarly lo dances and theatrea. Hha
and Mabel and Kemp went to a ball at
PrOSPSOt Hall, at Profpe-t and Fifth
avenuea. WsdAasdtty ntghu After one
of the datii'ea Mabel, on Kemp'a arm,
name up to her friend and aakad her to
he her br!deam.ild. Tha friend waa
TOLD FRIEND 8HE WAS TO WED
CHAUFFEUR IN JERSEY.
"Yea, I'm going to marry Mr. Kemp,"
Mabel dcrl.tred. "We're going over to
Jeraey city to be married to-night. And
we want you to come along. After
ward we're going lo Mr. Kernp'a moth
er, It, Washington."
When the anonymous frland refused,
he tolj Mr. Paatre she went home, but
waa o scared she could not make up
her mind till last night to lt him
know that hla daughter had eloped
flha added that Kemp'a father le
wealthy, Uvea In Hoboken and la head
of tha Kemp Machine Work, at No
47 Uold atreet. Manhattan. Kemp'a
father and mother are said to be eepa
rated. Mr. Paatre waa distinctly chagrined
when a reporter saw him.
"Huh, enough family trouble for any
two ordinary men," ha aald. Ha re
ferred to tha elopement a year ago in
one of Paetrs'e automobiles of Me twen
ty t w o year-old eon, Harold, with n wid
ow fifteen Year hla senior, Mrs. Oene
vleve Fink, to whom her husband, a
butter and egg merchant, left all Ma
large property. Father Pa.'tre sent out
a general nlnrm fir Ihe couple, wis?
were arrested In PeekskJII by retecMve
Oelsler Juat after they had become man
and wife. Paatre refused to press the
oomplalret agaanst hla eon, who then re
turni'd to live with him. hut later re
joined hla wife In Chicago, and a week
ago came back to Brooklyn, where the
pair are now living on Fourteenth
atreet, within a block of the Pastre
study of the hecgar with a number if
"Then there la the proud and haugh'v
beggar," a1d he. "An old lady, M
Loeted by one of thla type, gave the
fellow a two-cent piece.
"Tha beggar, holding tha coin In hi.
dingy palm, looked at It havughtlly.
" What d'ye think I'm a-going to d
wlbh thlaT' he growled.
" 'Oh, keep It,' said the old lady
eweetly. 'Keep It and five It to gome
poor beggar." '
Takes the "riddle"
out of Griddle cakes
You'll always have good onae if you
follow Ihe redps on every package of
Trust the Evidence
Of Your Own Eyes
VII UK AM) CI t It IT V .
r -.in tb Waslilngt'ie Mf, )
ni. hard C. Baker, New York'a Dep
uty Conrmlaaloner of C'harltlea. at a re
cent dinner very ably exposed the pro
Mr. Baker concluded hi brilliant
DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS."
Ilomovos the scum from the tongue, sweetens a sour,
gMty, bilious stomach; elennsos your liver and
SO feet of bowell without gripe or nausea.
If .headachy, bilious, dizzy, tutiKur
coaled, tUiuimh sour and full ut gas,
you lielch undigested food and feel
sick and miseralile, it means that your
liver is choked with sour bile and your
thirty feet of bowel are clogged with
effete waste mutter not properly car
ried off. ('oustipatiun is worse than
must joiks bfttevt. It means Hint tliis
wuate matter in the thirty feet of
liuwcli decays into poison, gasua and
acids and tlml these poison i are then
sucked into llic blood through Ihe very
duct which should suck only nourish
ment to sustain the body.
Most people dread physic. They
think of castor oil. nails and cathurtic
pills. 1 hey shrink from the after
effects so they postpone the dose
until they get tickl then they do this
liver and bowel cleunsing in a heroic
way- they have a bowel washday
That is all wrong. If you will lake a
tcaapnnnful of delicious Syrup of Figs
to-night, you will never realize you
have taken anything until morning,
when all the poisonous matter, sour
bile and cloggril-up waste will be
moved on and out of your system,
thoroughly but gently no griping
no nnu.teu no weakness. Taking
Syrup of Kigs is u feaj plrasure. Don't
think you arc drugging yourself; it is
composed entirely of luscious figs
senna and aromatic, and constant use
can not cause injury.
Ask your druggist for "Syrup of
Vie and Elixir of Senna," and look
for tin- name, f'nlifornia Fig Syrup
Company, on the label. This is the
MHUI "Id reliuble. Any other Fig
Syrup offered n.1 good should be refused
with contempt Don't be imposed
NO MONEY TOWN $1.00 PER WEEK
Step into Story It Clark'a, select any
Ormaby Piano, pay us not a penny,
simply try it in your home at Story
TRY IT WITHOUT RISKING ANYTHING
An opportunity like this has never before been known in
the history of Piano Selling. We offer you a genuine,
bona-fide bargain a bargain that can't be duplicated.
We let you test first and buy afterward.
COME TO-MORROW AND GET FIRST CHOICE
Now Player Piano
rui Ml SIC KOI IS,
$400 Upright Grand
ON TRIAL WITHOIT COST, IHN.O.
THIS ORDER GOOD FOR
Cut It out ar one. Ilriliiei tou
I ", we permit the riuii'pi paymetica.
010 I RFK ( kmh r HI 1. 1..
One of these urdei a good aa aflret
Pavment '.-wn i i r lum of una
hTOKY A '!.. It K PIANO
rnrr ONE YEAR Coum PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS by GrdiMU Techcro of
Jr at Jtlfetli Mttfk Aboolutely Frto with Purchase of Any Piano, No Matter What Price
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.,
12 and 14 West 3 2d St., New York
BROOKLYN. 1100 Broadway and Mil Fifth Ave NEWARK, 101 Halaey St
! I The H O Company. Buffalo.N.Y.I
I Makers of H-O. force-aW Pre-stoJ
yi? JTV2BV STREETWEST Kp
a4Bsi' Saw Between Lqkk& 7v forvar BVHt
Have You Visited Toytown?
Brimful of surprises for the children thousands of Dolls, thou
sands of Toys, thousands of Games. Every little boy and girl in
Harlem is invited to see this showing. Come in the morning, if
Open Saturdays Till 9.45 P. M.
In the Men's Store Saturday (ffiJS)
style, with silk
WINTER WEIGHT NATURAL
WOOL shirts or drawers
self bands; pearl buttons;
seted seats; 4 gg
St utt (farter I III I
FINE SILK NECKWEAR
plain solid colors and new
Fall effects in stripes and
open and 4-in- fllf
hand models.. aW
"Koch Quality" Boys' Clothing (F&r)
With two pairs of full
models; new mannish
cheviot and tweed
mixtures; also cordu
roy. Sizes 7 to 17
COATS all wool; in
navy, blue, brown
and (ray; all Wool
ing the scarcity of
these coats, we name
this verv low price.
Sites 34 to to years.
FOR WOMEN All
ed styles; put up in tt-doz. Sf
boxes. Reg. 1.75, box.. VmOXJ
FOR WOMEN All linen, Initialled;
sheer and heavy qualities; with hand
emhroidered initial in
wreath effect. Keg. t.7S, f-Q
FOR WOMEN linen hand
chiefs, also Madeira; lace
trimmed and plain linen;
and !4 in. hem
FOR MEN all linen, hand
embroidered initial; also
plain and colored border;
J 4 and u, in. hem
Smart Millinery: A Clearance
To make room for our holiday goods, we shall place on sale to-morrow, for
quick clearance, all our FINE SUIT HATS of Silk Velvet and Plush, In navy,
taupe, brown; also black and black and white ettects; excellent , Q- - Q
vsrlerv of dtsis-ns and trimmings: former prices 14 to 7.00. . I .V3
$5.00 Untrimmed Shapes, 2.45
HATTERS' PLUSH, SILK VELVET and PLUSH SHAPES all black and black
with white facing. The above special price lor Saturday only
You don't have to take anything on faith
from the Hackett-Carhart stores.
You are not aaked to believe a single claim
made for the merchandise or the values.
Your own ya will tell you that here
is the greatest clothes opportunity ever offered.
You will have to admit to yourself that you
have never seen finer, wider assortments
suits and overcoats.
And you will know instinctively that the
prices are about half what they should be.
If you are sceptical about the latter fact, you
can go even further than the evidence of your
You can prove the rarity of Hackett
Carhart values, as follows:
Have the Hackett-Carhart suit or over
coat of your choice put aside for you.
Then go elsewhere and try to duplicate it
at twice the Hackett-Carhart price.
Othefs have made this test, and always with
f hhe same result. Always have they returned to
the Hackett-Carhart stores to claim their hrst
And it is to these people who have investi
gated that the great success of the sale is due.
ft is they who nave done, most to spread the
gospel of the
In overcoats alone, there are more than 60 models in over 800 fabric
designs. Dress, Business, Street, Motor, Travel and Storm Coats.
And there are tome 600 fabric designs represented among the thousands
of quality suits that are here to-day. The styles being of English, Continental
and Fifth Avenue origin, with many College models, ana many that are "
exclusive with Hackett. Carhart & Co., Inc. Retail.
$15, $18, $20 & $22.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS
$18,$20,$22.50.$25&$28 d- o CH
SUITS & OVERCOATS plO.OU
$22.50, $25, $24, $30 & $32.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS
$28, $30, $32.50, $35, $37.50 k d 0 1
$40 SUITS & OVERCOATS 4&l
$32.50, $35, $37.50, $40 & $4150 0JA
SUITS & OVERCOATS P&
$35,$37.50,$40,$45&$50 97 (
SUITS & OVERCOATS OU
Full Dress & Tuxedo Reductions
Some one has said that evening clothes for men are "either right or
ridiculous." And no greater truth was ever uttered.
Hackett-Carhart evening clothes are tailored by men who know no other
kind of garments. Each one a past master of his craft.
The styles and fabrics are as correct as those that the most exclusive Fifth
Avenue tailors are showing to-day.
$22.50 Tuxedo Coats 115.00
S30.00 Tuxedo Coat $20.00
$35.00 Tuxedo Coats , . . . . $22.50
$35.00 Tuxedo Suits..
$45.00 Tuxedo Suits..
$50.00 Tuxedo Suits.
Full Dress Coats
$25.00 Full Dress Coats $17.10
$32.50 Full Dress Costs $22.50
$40.00 Full Dress Coats $27.50
Full Dress Suits
$35.00 Full Dress Suits.
$47.50 Full Dress Suits
$55.00 Full Dress Suits
Near Chambers St.,
Opposite City Hall.
at 13th St..
Near Uniafi Si
119 West 42d St..
154 East 125th St..
Near 3d Ave.
. an ssssssj in in ai as i i ill I n a. sx i nn sal anas a aa aaa mn iirf a a- mitm si
Tanrrr-i rmmicm stsavrv.a j " ar. n mm wt mi i i ta a i ram.'wm.i ai m u 1.1 . mo .'i i7s.Ty.Tiai. m
The Surest Evidence of
the Growth of St. Louis
is found in the steady, healthful increase in
Circulation and Advertising
A Manufacturer's Surplus-Stock of
Children's Colored Coats (sars)
The season's foremost showing of stunning models in Velvet
Corduroy, Chinchilla and Plain Cloth. Characteristic Koch savings.
COATS of cheviot or utrskhanj In Norfolk and other pretty
effects; nicely tailored
CHINCHILLA COATS in gray and navy; several good styles with
checked lining, also of fine quality Cheviot, box plaited effects
with leather belt. Others of sll wool mixtures In grsy and tan,
with velvet collar and cuffs i
COATS of velvet corduroy. In the choicest colorings; made In Rus
sisn and Norfolk styles, with Inlaid collar, cuffs and belt of silk
moire. Also severs! other stylish models, fastened at tide with
CHILDREN'S POLO COATS of Imported mixtures; several stunning
models, handsomely tailored and finished with large buttons to
match. Also of imported Chinchilla cloth. In gray, navy, brown p qp
with red flannel lining s7V7
CELLULOID COMB AND BRUSH set
In fancy box; whits, light no.
blue and pink "Ol
MAN1CUPU SETS In fancy boxes-,
containing nail scissors, nail file, corn
knife, nail buffer, pow-
der and salve boxss l.aJV
STERLING SILVER DEPOSIT CO
LOGNE BOTTLES regu- IK-
larly 3C M7W
Women's $1.50 Hand
VELVET HAND BAGS In black,
navy, green and violet; with fancy
German silver and cllt frames; also
some with draw-string, suitable fo
opera glasses. Among this lot we have
a full assortment of SUEDE and
LEATHER BAGS In seal and walrus
grain; all leather lined; leather covered
and metal Irames; In black and colors
Women's $1 Silk Hose, 69c
PUKE THREAD SILK HOSE all s Ik or lisle tops; In black, tan and
WOMEN'S SILK LISLE HOSE or PLAIN LISLE THREAD HOSE- j gf
full-fashioned, with double tops, soles, heels and toes. Regu- I fill
larly 35c; three pairs for maw
Women's $1.00 Cape Gloves, 85c
WOMEN'S l-CLASP MANNISH CAPE GLOVES English thumb; drawn
backs, In tan shades. Regularly $1.00.
Tomorrow A Specially Arranged
Sale of Sterling Silver Frames
Oval and square, plain and engraved; with broad band; cabinet sizes
Specially Priced at 1.45, 1.95. 3.95
Formerly fj.OO, ga.95 and 550.
For the FIRST TEN MONTHS OF 1812, as compared with the same relative period for the
Dast twelve years, the POST-DISPATCH has been climbing by eapa and boundt until it has
out tripped its own and the beut record; for the same relative period, of off othmr n
in ft field.
for the first ten months from
1900 to 1912, inclusive, was
lfheat point In Its history, ha vina;
The rireulation of the POST DISPATCH, both Daily arid Sunday, is
doublsd ita Sunday circulation and increased 88 par cant Daily in the last 11 years, which is substantial proof
the population ol bt. Iuis has grown immensely in tne same perioa.
It is especially gratifying to note the figures of October of this year, aa compared with October of last year,
October, 1911 Daily, 158,414 Sunday, 282,72
October, 1912 Daily, 167,824 Sunday, 301,380
The FOST-DISPATCH, conforming to a recent act of Congress, has filed with the Post Office Department a sworn
statement of it circulation, ita owners and everything else that the Government asked for, and the public is entitled to know
The Advertising Record
The ten months' record of advertising in all th St. Louis papers shows that wa must add tha volume of bualitaaw
carried by thraa or four of our competitor together in order to make comparisons with the POST-DISPATCH alma
POST-DISPATCH, 32,062 columns Gain, 1,247
Globe-Democrat . 19,177 columns
Republic .... 12,825 columns
Times (daily only) 12,483 columns
Star 5,513 columns
Tkf POST-DISPATCH sells more papers in St. Louis tsan all of Its competitors, morning or evening, combined.
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