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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1911.
SCORNED BY LOVER
GIRL TAKES POISON
AND FIGHTS TO DIE
Tossing on Hospital Cot, May
Gavard Pleads for Death
Rather Than Disgrace.
Bellevta Ooetora r flgTifrng te-Jav
o M the Uf of a Pvattv. nerh-y1
tart, who to fretfully and plWI Ui4
ft to left alom to dim.
Th Ctrl, whoa will H" la sat atl
MIHn the fforta of melo)n to com
erect h poww of death whir ah
rnrif Invited. U Mar (krart. a all
tarer for on of the He Apartment
store. Who lived with ner prav. at No,
W Lalngloo tvnu. Near mhj night
saei rt a n I an iwannwM Mwn in inw
fcedroom of .kt erstarhlle lover, Oarl B.
While, at No. Ill Eaat Twentv-alghth
KTMt. after making a vain pie, to win
took the affection wfoloh he ono fiaul for
WMta, Who adroit h rapulaaA Kt
girl when ah oatn to htm tn oespera
tton. but Inahrta that when ah took the
poaaon h aW all In hli power to aar
her, waa arraigned to-day, atar hie ar
raat on th oharg of ewKng and abet
ting an attempt at aulclda. Though ad
artrJac he bad given th girl reason far
liar frejntio appeal that ah h sot da-
ted, Whtta entered a vigorous (Venial
to th charge that he waa a party la
her attempt upon her llf.
WEETHE RT CAST HBR OTP,
GIRL TELLS FATHER.
It waa ahortly betfore mldnlgM that
(WhUe. who la a graduate nor from
fti BaOvvu Tratnlrrg Rohool. earn run
ning from hi hall bedroom m Kra,
Chapman' boarding houaa on Kat
Twruty-lgth (treat and cried out that a
girl had attempted aulctd In Ma room.
Boarders In the houae called a polloe
Boan and an amtralano from Balktvue
brourht Dr. Boehm. Tn phyaclan
Saund a girl with tangled nalr lying an
Whit' bed. gaaplnc. while Whit vain
ly tried to operate a atomaoh pump.
With th physician' aid. th matrn
snent, which waa Whlta'a property, waa
applied and ottier flret measure to
eountaract poison war taken Wnlta
aid the girl had swallowed aam oar
bolle add aalta ah found on hi burati,
and that ha had Immediately admm la
ter ed what h knew to b th atandard
A few hour after her removal to th
hospital Ml Oavard reou versa ooo
acloutnea and made abatement to hr
father. FYank Oavard, and to Detective
Andrew of th Baat Thirty-fifth street
nation. To her father aba aald ah had
Ylaltad WMt room early In the eve
rt.rw to make a final plea that ah tx
not eaat off; aha aald they had quar
relled bit tarty upon hi refusal to marry
her or aver to eee oar again, and that
In th and Whit had given her th Pol
and to swallow. Later, to the detective,
the girl aald aha had taken the earnoUo
alt of bar own volition.
To her father th gin sobbed ant fh
vary af bar
had scorned her.
GIRL IN HOSPITAL PLEADS TO
"I wast to die i want to dla." ah
mormurad over and over again. "There
at nothing but oiarrao ahead of me."
Whit, oool and unmoved, had been
arrested meanwhile. To the detective
he told various stories, no two of them
talylng. Ha said he had met Mia
Oavard In rrnmanOo faahlon hr areas i
had been caught by th rlosin; of a
subway train door the Twenty-eighth
street station and the girt waa being
dragged alung the platfnrm. When ha
seised her and wrvnehed her free of th
door. That waa two montti ago; lnv
had apmng between them quick: y,
"The girl earn to my room near mld
nlatit laat night," waa the mir' state
mant "t hrtn't striken to her m seven
weeks. I waa through with her. She
wanted me to marry her. I told hr I
wouldn't; said I waa through with her
and wa going away. Then ahe jumped
to th ehelf where I had several mell
otn and no" .ma and took a mouthful
of carbolic add cryatl.
'"I Immediately threw her errer th foot
of th beil. head down. o that ahe ooald
not swallow the dlasolvlng crystal; I,
trld with my ringer to wipe en poison
from her month and then T tried my
stnmaeh pump. I did everything a man
twined to nursing could do to save her
WTitte'a statement that he had not seen
the girl for aeven week was qulc.lily
disproved by her parenta. They said he
had called at May home on Thanks
giving and aaraln laat Sunday. I.ast
Bight, so both of tham declared, he called
again and took their daughter ' out for
a walk," aa he aald.
The pollc found in WMt' mom a
aback of love letters from Mlse
Oavard. all voicing on heart cry Ui
cry of a grrl not to be deserted.
Wlhen White waa arAlgned Wor
Chief Magistrate MoAdoo In the Kmc
Market Court, the girl's fther repented
the story hi daughter had told htm In
the hoepltal of Whit' having given her
th poison to swallow, ITpon ths strenxth
Of this testimony White mi held with
out ball (or examination next iPrlday.
Aaststant TMatrktt-Attoniey Iock,hart
aid that If May Oavard rhould die
Whlta ooutd c held on a manalaughtar
LAMBS' CLUB PLANS
Movement Is Started to Place
Monument at Entrance to
MAYOR ON WATER FRONT.
Otyaer Take a Look a Alte of
Hew 1,MO-Foot Pier.
In oontemiplatlon of final action to
morrow by the Hoard of ICvtlmata on
proposed 12,000-font dock) In th sec
tion along th North H1vcr between
Forty-fourth and Fifty-sixth lreetej
Mayor uaynor to-aay mao a i rnonai
Inepectlon of the water front. It waa
accompanied by several member of the
Hoard of Kstlmate, Dock Commleialnncr
Tom kins and R. A. C, Pmlth, DhnlHnafl
ot the Htat Harbor I.tne Comrnlnalon.
VeHl'Tday the Hnurd of Kxtlmate In
executive aeaalnn agreed to favor the
report advocating the loncer plera. The
matter will b dlepord of at the regu
lar meeting of the board to-morrow.
Comptroller Prendergaat remains i
poxed to th building of plafg longer
than 1,000 reel on the ground that the
limit In ahlp building haa bean reachcil
and that the cost of longer plera would
FOPrmT Atn nrqixp.ai.
rfvtm lxialirllt 0n1 JeafaffL)
"That fallow who waa talking so
rdly about lov In a cottage muet be
"No; he" a real eetate dealer. He'a
trying to perauade me to get married
and buy a semi-detached oottage on the
A movement baa bean started by hi
fellow member of th Lamb' Club to
erect a monument at the entrance of the
Polo Orounds to the late John T. Brush,
oaner of the New York National Ixuie
ball Club and builder of the great Rruab
Rtadlum. Th auggeatlon. originated by
Dr. Oscar M. lleer and talked over by
him with Prank MoKee, the theatrical
manager, who heartily endoraed It, waa
that th many member of the lemhi.
who were for years the -unsts of Mr
Dnivh at the National .League ground
and who had a lively appreciation of
hi constant effort to keep the game
clean and alive, unite In showing thalr
Koberl L Altken, th sculptor, who la
a member of the l.umb, ha already
been coneulted by Dr. I.elser reganllng
th Untatlv poMlbllltle and ha
learned that a dlgnliled and tmpreaxlve
mamorlal may be built for an outlay
that will be but a small test of th i-iy.
alty of Mr. Brush's frlanda to bla mem
ory. "While Dr. Leleer ha talked with
ma," aald Mr. Altken to-day, '"th plan
la by no mean dellnlta II came to
me a a fallow clubmember to learn
about how much of an undertaking a
proper memorial would mean. I shall
prepare eketohe and If I am aeleoted
a th sculptor 1 shall b very glad."
Mr. Attken'a present opinion Is that
a hronxe relief plaque, with a formal
and dignified boat of Mr. Rrush n I
decoration Indicating hi service to
clean apor and the admiration and af
fection hi fiienu had for him, would
be the ibest form for th memorial, and
that It ehomld be placed at the point
whr the crowd of fans enter the big
stadium, when the present temporary
frame etruoturaa shall have been re
moved. Mr. Altken haa done many notable
culptura. Ill fflifl recent work Is a
great bronxe deer for the tomb of John
W. Gate a giant figure of th angel
of grief, bowed across the door of the
mausoleum. He Is also completing; a
similar door for Ui Ornhut mauso
leum. Dr. Delser said to-day that th Iambi
who ar fans are aB enthusiastic for
the plan, but that already many of Mr.
Ilrush'a friends and guests outside tho
club were clamoring to have the memo
rial mad general.
MUST RETURN TO-NIGHT,
Ethel Lorraine Rings the Q:--
few at 9, and Has Con
sulted Tier Counsel.
The curfew wfll be rung on Raymond
Ilelmont to-night by the bride from
whom he strayed a weak ago. The
young woman announced to-day that
the time limit fixed by her within
which her Kaymond muat return or else
houldsr the wrath of a woman scorned
would end at t P. M. If the vanished
biidegToom do not show up at the
Hot! Gosford by that hour or aend a
duly accredited emissary with accept
able excuses, exciting events ar fore
Mra Rthel Unde (show girl nam
Ethel Lorraine) Ilelmont ha consulted
counsel and Ig prepared to begin a urn
ort of action to-murrow to assert her
A profound secret Is belngr main
talned aa to the whereabout of young
Belmont. It 1 aald at hi father's
horn that he la not there. HI friend
declare that he I (ecurely housed and
sheltered where hi bride cannot roach
him and whore no message from her
will find ready acoea.
These same friends eay that he lias
een a great lla-tit and that he reollzi s
too late that he should have taken the
advice of hi fatlher. It la also ur-ed
that ha waa compelled to quit his
bride upon threat of disinheritance.
3 BABY ALLIGATORS
AS PLEDGE FOR $15
Then Sends Them to the Zoo
So as Not to Scare
A man pawned three alligator In our
A perfectly permissible Inference,
drawn without Intent to Incriminate or
degrade, is that a man Who would pawn
three alligators was hard up.
Fellow walks Into a pawnshop not far
from the Forty-second street Country
Club, reaches down Into hi overcoat
pocket and bring out three baby alL
gatora "What do I ret on these T" ha asked
of Mr. Solomon Ouslck, the broker
"Bitten, maybe," replied Mr. Oualok,
who 1 a comedian even though he never
went on the stage, for Mr. Erlanger.
Nix on the slapjack stuff, brother,"
replied the busted etranger. "I'm hun
Kfy enough to bite an alligator. What a
your percentage on live all Iga tore three
count 'em three?"
"If It was a watch, or maybe a dia
mond, I couft value It," wss Mr
Quslck's tentative answer. But an
alligator three alligators that's another
Then a bright Idea struck Mr. Ouslck.
He called up th Central Park Zoo on
"Mr. Snyder, Mr. Billy Snyder,
please. That you, Mr. Snyder? Well
listen, what la th valua of, now, a
baby alligator? Hey? Oh, yes. good
condition. Four leg on each and a
good mouth. What? All of 130 for
uch a thing a thre baby alligators?
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Order Caa. 'afci?RJW' 4li
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And These Garments Are Fresh from the Hands
of Men Who Are Masters of Style and Fit
One fact that cart be too often dwelt upon!
This U not a clearance sale, or anything of that character.
The Hackett -Car hart stock are unlike any other tales stocks
No aeaWia kawiiisja are here no wholesalers' or retailers' rem
nant. Instead, there are 25,000 of the choicest garments ever created
die very cream of the present season's production.
Every fabric style that is most sought is here in its finest varia
tions, and in the widest assortments imaginable.
Chinchilla overcoats, for example, are being held at a premium
by other stores fortunate enough to have a stock. But they're here in
plenty at the rlackett-Carhart store and all at the same splendid
On Any Suit
$18, $20, $22.50, $25 & $28 SUITS tl O A
& OVERCOATS iplO.OU
$15, $18, $20, & $22.50 SUITS &
$22.50, $25, $28, $30 & $32.50 SUITS &
All the correct and most popular models, too, are to be had in a
wealth of fashionable pattern and mixtures. Shawl Collar Coats
in high demand and scant supply elsewhere are here in splendid pro
fusion. And to-day, when top prices are being asked in every other clothes
shop when a full season's service is to be had from every garment now
purchased the Hackett -Carhart prices are lower than would or
dinarily be possible at the season's end.
You might wait until Spring before you make your next clothes
selection. Even then, you couldn't begin to duplicate Hackett-Car-hart
clothes at to-day's Hackett-Carhart prices.
The reason for this is the recent receivership and the settlement
with creditors at 50 cents on the dollar. Which sacrifice is exactly
proportionate to your saving.
$5 to $22.50
$28, $30, $32.50, $35, $37.50 & $40 SUITS cto -
& OVERCOATS ip&l
$32.50, $35, $37.50, $40 & $42.50 SUITS oi
& OVERCOATS ipgt-4-
$35, $37.50, $40, $45 & $50 SUITS Q7 CA
& OVERCOATS P& .OU
Well, you must know, Mr. Snyder.
Then to the mysterious trangr:
"I'll glv you W per cent.; call It 111"
Ho th ticket was duly made out "to
three baby alligator In good oondlUon,"
th money waa paid and th stranger
departed. But trouble began about that
Urn in th pawnshop. Th alligator
wouldn't atay put Furthermore, they
war likely to scar people.
fio Mr. Ouslnk called up Hilly Snyder
again and aaked him If he would board
three pledge. Billy Snyder said he
would, so now the otty of New York
haa three pawned alligators under It
the (atr, radiant kind i every woman
If you look older than you are, or
have a tired, sallow skin, you are not
being true to yourself.
used twice daily give a rare bloom to
the complexion and that incomparable,
well-cared-for look to the face and
hands that is the distinguishing mark
of the gentlewoman.
Docs not urease the clothing, grow
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Tan Russia Calf has almost jumped to the skies
in price, but we were prepared for it. You will
find better Tan Shoes tor $3.5o in this store than
you ever received before (a Cammeyer state
ment of fact). Come in and we'll prove it.
Remfmber, bcttfr Tan Shoes than ever.
30 other models at the same price.
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C. D. WllUami, tho llluitratar. whoa, osier
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