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DRILLING SAFE M
Police Flashlights Reveal bne
on His Knees, Other Reidy
With Dynamite. J
A LONG-HUNTED PAIR.
First Explosion Fails, but
Rouses Building Superhten
dent, Who Calls AH.
Hawthorn, and tha man ftpp6 back
quaralr to the light and raJswd his
"Vou'r a prstty foxy pair of cops,"
remarked th prisoners, who war taken
handcuffed to the East On Hundred
and Twanty-slath street station. They
told Lieut. Walsh they war Otto N'sst
ler, thirty year old. a brick worker,
living at No. UN Fifth avenue, and
William Chapman, twenty-seven years
old, a clerk, of No. 102 West On Hun
dred and Thirty-second street. Neatler
had been knceJIrur In front of the safe.
When Chapman was searched a five
chamber revolver, three drills and a half
tick of dynamite were found. Chap
man waa carrying a set of wires for
dlachanrlnt dynamite, a dry battery,
brace and bit and flaahllaht.
The safe was found to have been par
tially opened hy one charge of dyna
mite, which had wrecked th combina
tion. But the thieves could not get at
the contents, and a second hole had been
The burglars had gslhereiT a pile of
rings, watch rases, bracelets and other
articles from the workshop, and two big
Jimmies lay on the floor beside tha safe.
"I think w have th fellow who
have been cracking safes In Harlem
lately," remarked Bergt. Hawthorn.
"We have been very anxious to catch
A muffled explosion that cauted floors
to quiver and windows to vibrate
aroused the engineer of th flve-itory
office bunding at No. fit) Thirl avenue,
at th southeast earner of An Hun
dred and Twenty-fifth street, early to
day. That comer Is brilliantly Illuminated
and Is a fixed post for a Jolceman. I
Th engineer tld not think at first
that thieves wiuld dare work there.
However, he nmembered that there
had been nume-ous safe rosberles In
Harlem In the last few months and
hurried out to where Sergt. John Haw
thorne and Pollciman Peter Green were
standing togethe: In the street.
"I think safs blowers have touched
off something or the second lluor.-' he
8rgt. Hawthtrne summoned three
mor pollcenirn-Farrell, Hayea and
Hartman. Farrel was stitloned on the
On Hundred am Twenty-fifth street
aide of th buldlng. Htrtman was
directed to stand ruard at the front of
the building on Thrd avenue and Hayes
ent to the roof of a lodging house
adjoining on the suth.
Herat Hawthorn) and Oreen went
Into the building, tho street floor of
which was found tohave been Jimmied.
The two pollcemei, stepping softly,
with flashlights reidy, Mad several
dcors. but found ttm locked. Down
the hall they came two rooms occu
pied by Julius Krlscl a Jev.ilr. One
of the rooms : an ollVe, containing the
ate; tin- other ll A workshop, Tha
Off OS dOOr w.i.i ajar. nad been Jim
mied. REMOVED TPOUStRS SO HE
WOULDN'T 2-01. CREASE.
The fUHiiuxhts wm- is-oun llWM ,hf
Interior of the room, ,1 i
.ma; ii in mi all Knees htfsrs tiie lar,
another standlnJj bclds him. Th
on- kaeaiins had raMO'a na trousers.
i ........ hoi spell ii areas la
tit iu nd and a.tzmi at h poftcenen
ei atimotitni i w ;ii eaioniwianij niv
i ttipanion, w . waa starting, started
t.. buck :nt. i the ihadowa outalda the
roi I of tile Bo lllght.
"Siiont li It! lie tnoves.' gild Sergt.
JAPANESE CABINET RESIGNS.
I naJile to Find Jew War Minister,
Premier and Others Qnll.
TOKIO, De. 4. Iromlr flatonjl and
the other members of th Japanea Cab
inet resigned to-day a a result of th
crisis broutfht about by th difficulty
of finding a uocasor as War MlnlaUr
to Ueut.-Oen. Uyeheraa.
It Is expected that either Prince Taro
Katsura or I-.leut.-Oen. Count Terauchl,
Japanese Governor-General of Korea,
will be asked to form a new Cabinet.
Two Painters Fall from Scaffold.
Two painters will probably die from
Injuries received to-day In the fall of a
scaffold from the fourth story of an old
building at No. M7 West One Hundred
and Thirty-fourth street, whloh they
were repainting. The rope holding the
scaffold broke. At the J. Hood Wright
Hospital the names of the Injured were
given as Jona Svelewlti. fifty-four
year old. of No. 11 Eldrldge street, and
Julius LlabalsjOfI, twenty-one years old,
of No. 127 Klvlngton street.
Letters of a Slim-Made
Woman to Her Fat Sister
Ninth Letter: On Taking the Weight
Off Your Feet
rsssr Flu: Hsve lust rMurnKl from the
Art Kshlhlt. and you'll laiiKh when 1 Mil
you the thins Hist has Impressed me most.
It's the fan that with nil the stsndlns n.i
walktns my feet aren't tired a bit.
you remember the exhll.ll last yesr how
I e.led about my feethow my heels aeheil
like the toothache and the Waters ami
corns -I'll nevsr forgei.
ll set me lo tbiiil'ltiR and ''Mrs. Colum
buB" has discovered lOrnStatAg It waa
mv ex.ess WsTaht that mad iny feet burn
.in.1 Soh. I uSr.i t.i think It ns rheums
tlr.ni lint slBC I took ih.it wonderful Mar
moia Prtscrlptlsa and sot rot of n i i t tie
wobbly, heavy fat. my feet on "glad ail
thi lima anl they're better Bhapad, too--ii"
do say It ntyaalf. My ankle Is trim
sad lbs "MasttH" on lop of my foot lias
Oil. what a list of blessings have rome to
m In plaee of that awful eurse of fat
BltmaBj be.il'.h. Rood dlReatioii, better
iiimpleslon ao l a greater r-ipaclty for en
meat of ll',' irnnd thlnjrs.
Yes. sis. dear, that formula will be a
benefit, not s harm to vou. Just set from
your drunlst the 4 os. powdered Mar
ino'a. '-j or. I'asrara. Aromatic and .1 Vs ol.
Ppprralal Wlri lake u tpaspnonful after
meals and at beiltlme. Take the weight
off vour overfat bode, give vnur feet a rest
arid your fool troubles will .ilasppesr.
Ttememtier the g-ruttfylntr eitperlenea of
your loyfuf, loving BBTTT. Advt
The Famiy Entertainer
$375; regutrly $450 on 5th Avenue
Fully Guaranteed by ne Reliable House ol Fischer
$15 Down; Bakace in Monthly Sums
J. & C Fischer
Factory Salesroom, 417 West28th Street, Near 9th Avenue.
Oldest Piano Macers in New York
We Also Have an Assembly hll Seating 350.
-SIR HENRI SHOluS FOR WOMEN. THE BEST AT THE PRICES. tS.OO AND 3.S
Thousands of Gift Books for Everybody
Eighth Floor-12. 19 to 2.45 P. M,
Miss Corbett and Stanley Warner.
Mr. Fred W. Taylor, Tenor.
Famous Hawaiian Orchestra.
Mile. OantareUI. Operatic Selections.
Victor Sorlln's Orchestra.
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER-
Xmas Sale of Diamond Brooch Pendants
At Exactly One-Half Regular Selling Prices. Read Details
"YHAT is there more beautiful than a di.-imon.l pendant hroo-h as a lasting ami surr to bfj appreciated gift?
We just have this limited quantity, whit h was btiuffht far under priee from a leailinff manufacturer, and we offer it to-morrtiw at
exactly Yi regular priee as a trade .stirring special. This is a golden opportunity for gift buyers.
3.95 for this 17.00 Pearl Sun
burnt and 1 diamond.
for this fine Scroll Brooch,
pure white diamond cm
tre. Actual value llfl ,00.
Otr for 430.00 Diamond
14 Kt. (iold and srt in pure white diamonds, from
le to srvrn diamonds, welshing
ith prnilnnt rinff and safety catch
for this M0 beau
tiful Kiliirree Har
I'in. with eenuine
pear' sapphire VI
and on diamond ssV-l
solid gold, benii '!
tiful artistic de
signs; many of
them are regularly
up to 7.6(.
for this 010.00 Sunburst
Brooch, 18 pearl. 1 diamond.
Solid Gold Brooches,
many with genuine -.tom-i,
Solid Cold Brooches.
Horseshoe Hearts, C'resrent,
Knots, etc. Notonewnrlli
less than $4.00. choice 95c.
Solid Gofd Friendship
Heart Brooches, a dainty
little brooch for the young
miss, worth 11.00, at SOc.
S3 .OOMargeuHte Brooch,
1 pure white sonrklins dia
mond in cen- C 1
tre; sale price
Pared Pearl Brooch, with
I diamond; Oftioo is the
sale price . . .
In Our Enlarged Book Section, Main Floor
f I 1 . . a a a a.
i ii r is a veritable book lovers paradise a treasure
trove for the book hunter and for the gift buyer. Book
stocka were never before ao conveniently arranged for aelection
or priced so low as here right now.
To-Morrow We Feature Standard Set
I IUUOTS OBIISU Si TS1,
Honor Baliaa IB vol.
Charles Dlckena 00 vol.
Charles Pickens 10 vol.
Hulwer I.vtton 15 vol.
(teorge Knot R vol.
Aleiander I in mas 18 vol.
(ibbons' Roman Flmplr fl vol.
Victor Hugo 10 vol.
William Vakepen, e Thackeray 10 vol.
(iuisot'a History of Franca 8 vol.
Shakespeare 00 vol.
Scott s Wavcrly Novels
COPYRIGHTED FICTION AT 50c COPY
With illuminated cover, especially suited for (hristma
gifts. This list is made up of modern romances, handsomely
printed and beautifully illustrated in colors, many of them with
deeorntive pages. In uaiaty boxes:
The Courtship of MllesStandiah. by H. W. Longfellow
Han Brlnker and Silver Skatca. Mary Mapea Dodge.
Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens
The Pilgrim' Progress. John Bunyan
Evangeline, by H. W. Longfellow
Captain Jink, hy Frances Hodge White
The Closed Room. Frances Hodgson Burnett
Tom Brown's School Daya, by Frank Hughea
Uncle Tom'a Cahln, by Harriet B. Btowe
The Social Secrrtary. Dnviil Crnhsni Phillips.
Solitaire Diamond Rings
Purs whits, about H carat.
Son ff for S".i I'rinirss Hlnas, 09 dlsmorols;
sOOsVsVrV fsncv (tinner rtnss. with 1 ;i diamonds. Pars
whits solltslrs rlnss.
lift OA 013.00 to aiiO.OO lloop Mags of 3 and ft
Parw diamond and rssl prsrls snd tnncv csrved
dlsmonds. ruby or sspphlre centrs. soil
S0 QS tr f-U3 Dlamnnd King, rhlldrrn's slias only
s.w sstrs neavy
1,000 Pieces of Gold Filled
Lorgnette Chains, at 7JK.
Made to sell iu the regular way at 03.00 to
05 00. They are the most beautifully con
structed fancy links, in various motifs set in
amethyst, turquoise, sapphire, pearl and real
coral. Sixty inches long.
14-kt. K'ld. bright cut diamond
VT Mlmpsou l run-ford to.. Mala 1 luor. On Male To-Morrow
Sale Diamond Bracelets
$9.50 ln;,Jri "Isunond Kea-rel Lock BraeaUta, 1
Sit! rsfl 0in.nO IXasnond Sorr l.oeh Braaalsta, t
Sf SSss . !VaVasV A. r ! 1! saapjilrM,
$15.95 i, !!". K
$22.50 ''m -"."'Th IMmaBl "eersl fck BrarrlH. S
S19 50 '"r1,," rancy iliitton nrseelet, a brilliant
TT. ilJlTITJla oiher st titiMKi w ars-nn,
ih no to i IS.SO,
The True Mother Goose, children's favorite rhymes and jingles, the true
test without abridgment. On every page an Illustration by j
Blanche Mc Mantis, at J7C
Religious Section Offers Many Suggestions
Now greatly enlarged and complete with full assortments of Rosary
Bead. Catholic Prayer BookaManuala of Prayer, Sacred Heart Manuals.
We have a large line of Medallions. Crucifiiea. Holy Water Fonts.
Small Statuea. etc.
Rosaries. Cocoa Beada, at lSe. lOe and 25c.
White Pearl Beada with metal chains, SOc. 45c. SOc.
Gold Filled Rosaries, warranted for A years, a full assortment el colors,
such as aiuclhrst. amber, emerald, ruby, garnet, etc., at 75c.
Other Gold Filled Rosariea at 00c. 01.10. 01. SO up to 110.00 pair.
Initialed Irish Linen Handkerchiefs
Handkerchiefs for Women Handkerchiefs for Men
ft tor box of 6 Floral script. Butterfly and Long- tm ft fdr box of 6 Openwork, block and embroidered
ft DC fellow initials in V arietta styles on fine Irish linen. ft DC cord initials in neat styles on pure Irish linen.
A1 OA for box of 6 -Dainty bowknot, floral spray and . u r QuwItaiJjlsssssI block initials,
M-Se9.rnftieV;oahb:;;.nni r $1.00 i!.r
.w gg for box of e Mnny styles of initials, some of f( fr box of o Old English openwork, block and
$XOvr finest Irish hand work on sheer and medium $1.DU Longfellow initials, in variou designs, worked
weight fine quality Irish linen. on high-grade Irish linen.
Thousands of Gift Handkerchiefs on Special Booths
f - 1Ie 1 Hand Embroidered Irish l.inen and Initialled Irish Linen Handkerchiefs"! of slfl 2
LiUl IVJ Shamrock Handkerchiefs. in various designs. 7 1
Values tO 25C Plae Armenian Lace trimmed em- St. Gait, Madeira, Amriswyl embroi- Values tO 50C
. s broidered llandkerchirfs, dered effects. " sa. eassT
J W ft Men's and Women's Irish Linen Handsome One Corner embroidered w J CL
I w Oftf Hemstitched Himdkerchiefs. designs.
at assst I BeatttifttI Monogram embroidered designs. J (sjsj Sto
Inspiring News for 1,500 Women
Xmas Gifts in Leather Novelties, (OC,
Values to in This Sale at ... ) " DC
Sfud Pin Bom$, eeeef nrfG.ot and TU Cos
Veil and HandkerchUfCaie,
Utility Bruth Sttt.
Motor ft Autograph Book.
Pin and Persian Morocco Leather Hand
Bags -colors nntl Hark; fitter! with tl as
purse and mirror; value W.flO; at. . 1
Keal Seal Overnight Dag All leather BtMd
uirotinnout; fitted with purae, mirror, two arent
DOttHWi card case and powder box; aff q
really a $10.00 bag; at ej
Cigar and Cigarmtt Cm,
fan and Memo Weieta.
Fockmtbookt and ijree.
Pin Seal Leather Hand Baft with inside
frame or with two fittings, silk lined; $0.95
made to sell at $4.00: special at assf
Beautiful Noveltiea Worth to 1.00 Im
ported Ash Traya, Purses, Telephone Regis-
ten, Hill Folds, Jewel Boxes, fhoto Of
gar ranipsoa Cratrfsra Co., Main
Frames, etc., etc.; choice at.
tor. BE U To
See the Wonders of Toyland
The Katzenjammer Kids
In their new playlet, "Christmas Eve,"
Daily from 11 A. M. to 4 P. M. Third Floor.
. Nothing in town like this. No Show so funny so enter
taining. Der Captain and Mrs. Katzenjammer will be present, too.
Come to-morrow with the little ones. Don't miss such a treat.
CEP Old Cranny Crumble.
tUMJ Old Witch. Demons.
I Coody Two Shoes.
The Good Pni'v
Little Boy blue.
Dolls rom Every Country
J 1 2-inch Jointed Doll, with sleeping ryes, at 2c
13-inch lointed Doll, with sleeninu eves, sewed wis. at SOc
17-inch Jointed Doll, sleeping ryes, eye lashes, sewed wig, at SOc.
IS-lnch Dressed Doll, with sleeping
eyes, at 23c.
12-Inch Dressed Doll, sleeping eyes,
14-Inch Dresacd Doll, with sleeping
Character Dolla, at 23c, 30c and
TTratT-ft In Wonderful Assortment
J? Mechanical Train Sets, passenger train, iron s-s
car and trm knee
Mechanical Train Set, passenger truin. iron
locomotive, tender, passenger car and trackage.
iron locomotive, tender, baggafe car, passenger j C)
Passenger Train, iron locomotive, tender, baggage cars, passenger
car, drawing roOBJ car nni trackage
Passenger Train, iron locomotive, tender, baggage car. passenger
cor and truckage
Famous lli.l Climbing Icy. Oir BtWflft M0MU,
laryr assort merit
Z urn. 40o
I.ife'a Artists. 30c
Derby Day. SOc.
Doy Scouts, 50c.
Pillow Dex. 29c.
Koly Poly. 23c.
fish Pond, 30c.
Round the World
tw Simpson Crawford
Trap Shot. SOe.
King Pin, fo.
Aerial Coo teat.
Diako Outs. I
Dos DaU. 98c.
Co.. Tlih-a rtoor.
Stunning 19-2 to $24S Long Coats,
in a Special Sale To-lMorrow at
mJINTER i here! Expect crisp COld weather any day, m ire
MsfO in advaOMi Thil sale is hold jnst for the purp I of supplying the
coat needs of those WuO haven't H JWt attended our big coat sulcs, and W0
wish to emphasize one fact- that WO haven't offered greater buying inducements
tbio iBoMoiii Many women will he glad to read thio. The assortment etobraoeo
only this season's smartcsl models, tied is sure to please ih:- ni';st crit ical and
exacting. We made an exceptionally fine purchase from a prominent manufac
turer, and added coats from our regular stock, which ive Kr,'atly reduced.
Styles to suit every one- -coats for all occasions -coats that arc eminently practical--that
stive protection ai'ainst all weather, yot arc distinctive iii style.
II Every correct material is siou rt chinchilla, icide wale, cheviot, caterpillar,
II double-faced two tones, and plaid back Oxfords and smart mixtures.
We illustrate a few of the many hnildoome models, some have novi
some 01 contrasting color, Dcneo DacKs, in laci cveryining smart ami new is mi
All colors are shown, navy, brown, Oxford, livht
Specials in Our
Tlie following eaaaad vegetaMe
COBflblaatioa Worth "St., comprising:
1 Inrge can Tomatoes, 1 can
Creamy Cnrn, 1 can Marly June Peat,
1 can tend' Siring Means, I large
can linked llcans, 1 cuu delicious
All for 55c
ConblOatloB will not he broken.
Mail and phone nedsri tilled.
. ase a
gray, Diacn, stripes ana rich mixtures; all sizes,
but not in every style.
No Mail or Phone Orders Filled. None Sent C. O. D. cr on Approval.
W Slmmgn Crawford Co., TliUd Floor. On Ml l o-Morroiv.
Doston and SeOtti Ferns, large
unl bush) . Wl rtli 1 ; at ... .
:ic Fern Uisl es. Filled with assorted
talilc feral and a center
Kentla Palm, at
2.00 llard Rubber Plants,
Asparagus Plumossus Ferns,
very special; each
ti.00 Combination Kcntia
Palms puliiis. planted in QQp
s r v
Xmas Sale of Aprons
KTEVER Huch ,i display of styles as we are now showing.
The Dotabio saviiiK to be realized will make them appropriate
Every wanted hind, from the gingham
and percale aprons to white lawn ones
with bibs and straps and the little fluffy
tea and serving aprons, trimmed with laces,
embroideries and a touch of pretty ribbons.
Aprons for Maids, Waitresses and Nurses
at 25c, 39c, 50c to $2.50
Fine whiti! lawn, with 1 i I and straps, some plain, others
Hemstitched or embroidery trimmed. Manv in the
effects, others of fine dotted Swisses prettily trimmed.
At 25c, 3Sc. 50c,
?5c to 52.00
Puinty little afternoon or tea aprons,
el fine lawns or dotted iwiaaar trim
n id with line Ice. and pretty rilihoti
Ginfhani or Percale Aprons
at 25c to $1.00.
Kvery dc-ired style, bund or cover
all, some in princess effects.
in sail of Collars auc. cuffs, uL 23c, J9c
one pot .
Beautiful Boudoir Caps
at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and up to $6.95
For milady's, boudoirs suitable also for parti 0 and theatre
wear. Plain or shadow net laces, with nbboni ami bows,
a numbw of attractive styles.
iiMViON CatAWU.l CU MX.TU AVfi,, MTU TO aOTH SrRT.
1 "ulh limn. I sSsOi Sr Mlmpsou I raw ford to..
IN NtW YUH-3 SHUPPaNQ CBNTBit
Seeona floor, on Hals To-Morrow.