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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1911.
AUTO INSTANTLY KILLS
CONFUSED MAN 10
LEAPS IN FRONT OF IT
Chauffeur Released After Ex
planation of St. Nicholas
MAYOR'S CHARGES OF GRAFT
HAVEN'T REACHED WHITMAN.
An autornnMle aVftM 0) John P.
on iu .f No M INK One Hunilrwl nnl
Thlrty-iourth eti-i"t aexl carrying iwo
vmirn paaevne:n. rhn .li.wn mikI In
M t. kUtril Kmnk I '. ftmlth. a aeJea
mnn. forty-Hire." year end. of .Ho. 1440
Vy wmw, 4ha Hnini, at ft. Nlntiataa
arwnu n1 Oii Raaajred n1 Twontjr-
flflh alraat. Mil li.n4n.
vmi. on Ml Mateenee ta,ht Hmlth.
torornina coerfuaert. aiia1 In .front of
tha (U, wai rl"ni after nromtalim to
MP-t In court If waotad. H 1
ployed a chauffeur toy Jul T.. Hrula
tour, who dearrtheid or Yownt; aa an
Importer, living at Mo. HI Waat aery
tier -fourth alree The women, friend
of Olr. larulator, airordlnc to Tounfj, dis
appeared after the a.ollnt .
The automobile waa running anutti In
Rl. Xl'-holaa avKiur, ei u tn one Hun
dr..i ami Twenty-nmi alrael. Youiht
aay Uit Kmlth. win had atrrently
Ju.t left a rmr or we. enUUnar for a
car. heram oonfuaed and ran In front
of tli MMHMa W'tmn he anw he
woud be atruo he tried to Jump on the
ravnlator. Ml hack and cot the full (00
of the niovhm oar The crank of the
automobile and an Iron har In front
ware bfiit by the Impact.
After examination by an ambulance
aurfjoun from J. llood Wrlaht IloapUal
the body waa taken to tflo Wart On
Hundred and Twenty-fifth aire aui
ajan. Th only mark of MatvUAcatton
u a i ii'il ticartiiH tha dead man
name M employed In Youna'a hat atore.
No trw Itroadway.
1 know a Prank otolith wlo worked
In Younaa hat utore for fifteen year,''
remark. .1 lAenit. Pat tick Kartell. He
metit Into the hack mm mi. looked at th
body ami Identified It a Chat of Mt
As Magistrate (iaynor On Sttfl
1'mseeutinn Himself, Says
rltrlrt-Atlorney WJi umvi Mt Ma.a4
to-day If he had taken oflV !al notti-e of
the charge of jctafttnn made by Mayor j
Oaynor against .erialn Aldermen In 1
the reply of tha Mayor to Alderman
Onrran'a rt0n,l libel suit Ilr said lif
had not taken up the matter.
"I am here In my capacity aa Mi
trlet-Attorney," .aid Mr. Whltmnn.
"and It la my duty, whenever evlden e
of a rrime la euhmltl.-d to me. to brl'f
the mnttar be f . ,r i the l-ran'l .Inrv '
Neither Uir Mayor nor any of th. hen lr.
of department, hiv brought before tne
evidence of crime iln 'on.n.etJon with the
let ti n- of new iUikI Drlv-llegee by
"However, It 4a not nnaaary for I he
Mavnr to aak mo to tatte action. He la
cojmmlttn(r iTiaatntrat and 'haa the
power to Inaugurate tmnnetmlmga on hie
18 72 The Soulful 1912
FIREMEN SAT DOWN.
Caalriti't Maori on llatpr I loor
ad Hold the Hoa.
Tha kneher atattahter houao at Mlchanl
OaJlVk Hon. at No. 447 W'atar atreel.
a tour-etorv alru, tura of bii k and OOB"
erete, rauiilH fire to-day In the office.
Bmoke t,.l llamea wet uarried up
throiiKli the elevator ihaft to the thlnl
and foii.-th tlooi'. m'here the live oiork
wa In 'THt.K. It la aailmale tha'
there wvre ;.,(' ' hlckona, diioka ami
Keera mhl. li Mail een aliliKl In yce-erday.
On the third floor a lot of atale bread
had he, ii "torcd. and ae anon a the a
tor truck tlila It wee i educed lo a pulp
and ran over the concrete lloor oo lhat
flier' ma no foothold for the firemen
The men or Kngtm- No. 4 and U were
oollaed to alt down In the water and
play the hoae. after they had aHpped
and nml fallen a numbei of tlniea
Thev had tilso to us ponea In thrlr
moutha In ftfiitlng the atnoke
60 LOSE CITY JOBS.
DISMISSES HUBBY'S CHARGE.
Jwatle riaaa fl. J. Ollphaa4,a An.
Jui: -e Hcodder, tn the Klnga "-onnty
irpreme Court, dlrmliaed to-day tho
cbargea with Wh1ri Claude J. Ollphant,
ho la connected with the Iongman
4ni1 flreen (HvblUhlng houae, rroened
the milt of i truce M Ollphant for a
aaporatlim. Ollphant, mho la the aon of
a Metaxan, Mae . Hengyman. chargil
Ma wife with mlocundiict with Walter
Caldwell at Hlghlandn-on tbe-Hudion,
the Hotel (larard and at her mother'!
home. No. H Ktate etreet. Ilrooklvn
After teellmony reflecting on Mm
dliihant'a cimduot lnvl liei.ri given by
hla brother, a private delar-tlve and MIh
Klla l.outa, a Ilrooklvn achool teacher.
Juatlce H uddar ruled that the thing nf
which they told did not conatltute an
iffenae warranting the huabnnd'a charge.
entieclnUy an ehe had two email children
with her during much of the time.
JAIL FOR TENEMENT OWNER.
Tht Hi -f 1all mi 1 1 1 !! IrminiirNt In
MriHtklyu iin1-r the 'lnrnnt linn
Iaw win thnt of Jiin .M , Atntironlfi of
No. I7T. Nvy ntrrr rtilrtv ttayii In
Jail In Mtfl of h $100 tin. fni sk-'- i lp
(hi wtmtowH of routiui In IiIh tfnnunt
Iriki r I n H. &MM ftf th
TrntTiK'nl HoMM I opHil m-nt nulr a
wall rpt'fntly built hy tH A ITInfOWl b
al1r lM hnuat at No. 17f. Navy ttrl
ut rr all llffht nnl Mr fruni twi
en ,lere tlaaerfcmlaler Bona.e.
TarM m rtuad Time.
Oottflty SuvierA'laor' Jamea T. tyiMealle
of r ' on 'ouiily, New Jerecy, who
took ofll c on Dec. 1. laat. to-day again
augPflidrd i.'.xty county emtdoyeea for
whom he e ia llirre la no work. Mt
o'Mvalic ilt.l that 'lie dfty after lie rgme
into office. The Hoard of "hueen lrre...
holdeie. tin life of w algh axplren on
Dap, 11, met on DeV. i. Hnd, dccinrlng
that o'Mealle had exceeded hla aitlh ir
Itr. rralnrrd the alxt.v to duty. HavliiK
fortified InwMatf with legal advice tlutt
Id poaltlon wai well taken the ... a
uper. leor of the county Itounced the
sixty again to-day.
it l expected thai the Preetlioldrra
will meet again and declare the men
back at work. O'Mealle aaya there will
lie no money paid the men he HUapendrd
union they aue for It and recover In ck
his whole face
Rwinol cleared them away
BROOKLYN, N. Y. Oct. 9. 1912
"I waa trout. led with two or
three pimplaa coming outon my
Un. In a week or o my whole face
waa covered with them. Friend
adru. cd me to tie different lotion
and alen. tried them, but they
did me little good. If any. 1 finally
waahed the pimple with Rwinol
Soap and applied Raalnol Ointment
before (nine; to bed. In the morning
I found the awelling going down, and
the Inflammation gone from the plm
plee. I tried thi treatment for
about a week, and found that moat
of tha plmplee had dinappeared. I
kept the treatment up for about a
month, and then my face waa clear
of all pimptea. I have uaed Keninol
Soap alnre, and had that the pimplea
do not coca bark." (Signed) Waller
A. Stanetram, 54 WUIoughby Are.
Far over IT year Raelnol hae been a
favorite doctor 'i preeeriptten and houe.
bold remedy for Itching troublee, ektn
eruption e, dandruff, chapped facea and
hand, eeree, pilee, etc. Sold by all
drugglete, Raalnol Soap 'ilr... Ointment.
60c and tLOO. For sample of rurh. writ
to Dept.. 1ft-A. Iteeloel Chemical Co,
IlalUaaere, aid. v
James McCreery & Co.
23rd Street Store Only.
For the coiivt'tiifiH't of Christinas Shoppers,
we have uhseinhh'tl in our Fourth FltKr u fhoiec
81'lectioii of artklos, suituhle for Holiday (iifls.
Kach price is represented in n individual sell
ing hooth, rhicll will inuke it easier to select 'ifLs.
50c. 1.00. 1.50. 2.00, 2.50
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
A'coinpletely furnished miniature houc,
large enough for adults to enter
Parents are invited to hring tlieir
This Toy House is a surprise and
delight to lioth young and old.
to-day In New York is recognized as one of the
very few treat makes of Standard Pianos. Their
latest production. Style ISA Upright Piano, is ad
mired by musical experts and musicians for its
wonderful tone and perfect touch. The case de
sign is artistic and consistent in its outlines and
very pleasing to the eye.
I.ilirrsl Terms Write for Cstrdopur
SOHMER & CO.
815 Fifth Avenue, Corner 8cl St.. N. V.
Open Evening to 0 o'f'htek until ClirigtmBH.
Halj a Cinlury
We urge our pntron to do tlieir Christmas ihop
ping at the earliest poesible date.
For your gift Handkerchiefs you natu
rally seek the store which carries the
most varied and attractive stock of pure
linen Handkerchiefs in the world "The
Every imaginable kind for men, women
and children is included in our Holiday
collection-- Hemstitched, Initialled, Hand
embroidered, Lace Trimmed and Colored
from every country where Handker
chiefs are made, at prices ranging 1 2 1 jc
25c, 50c, $1.00 each and up to $100.
James McCutcheon Co.
5th Ave. & 34th St.,
10 TO 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE.
At 1 19th St. Liitrance oi .subway or Elevatet
We Pay Fares
No Mall Orders
Keijular Price. $.
SPECIAL While They Last
H.nflniH.t Rack and Mirror In 1 h ll 1 Ql
arcassfan Walnut. Ma- ajvo .. . . t.rV owl B"Ba15fl
hog amy and Oak; regis
lar price si.7t
FREE 1B18B CREDIT
This Imperial Leather Couch
mil soiia oak aroi?!?
Dining Table VlaEiEi
with every purchase ol $71
Ualdaa Oak I . ......
Itr.ul.r MM tie.
FREE with every purchase 1 $50
OPEN EVERY EVENING
4 mm -
UT SI. BAUMAIMN'S 1 3" Ave
Sunday WorKi w.mts wrk Monday Moralng HHonden
Lord & Taylor
Splendid Gifts for Men
Rich Assortment for Selection
i ur-lined Gloves $5 00 to Sy.iO
Dress Shirts $2.00 to $3.50
Tuxedo Shirts (with fine pleats) $2. 0& $3 5
English Silk Dress Reefers $3-00 to $12.00
French Initialed Handkerchiefs $1 .00
with colored border 50c, $1 .00, $1 $0
English Silk Handkerchiefs
with colored border!-. $1 . 00. $r.2f, $15
English & Scotch Golf Coats. $f).HO to $1.00
Velvet House Coats (ii!k lined $15.00
Velvet Dinner Jackets $l8.0O
Imported Wool Motor Scarfs $1 .SO to $7-50
Useful Holiday Gifts
In the Shoe Department
If otnen's Satin Mule Slippers $395
Women's Russian Carriage 'Hoots
Fur trimmed $395
A New Boudoir Slipper
With one-inch heel 2.0
Rhinestone Slipper Buckles
A beautiful assortment J$c tO $l8.(X)
For Men, Women, Misses und
Children OOl to $I.$0
Men's English Hand-made
Leather House Slippers. . . . $J.75, $3.00
In Sterling Stiver & French Gilt
Excellent Holiday Gifts
Sterling Silver Oval Cabinet Frames
Bull feet, easel back
French Gilt Locket Frames
Also with easel back in visite, victoria and
50c, 75, Sf $1.00
Formerly $1.00 to $.T.
Perfumery & Toilet
Articles for Gifts
Special Values lor Wediiesduy ami Thunday
lluanl- Cologne, Wicker Covered . .
Value 35c to f.M
Ratio Cologne. 13c
Klcto Kxtracts.. 50t- 'iic
CaseB $1.50 05c
plements 50c 33t;
.S5c to .U0
Lavender Water Mc i?5f
Wit. & Colli
Soap 50c 5f
Raion lleaMI $i.ou
Haxors tl.M 5c
05c to tW.05 Values $1.71 to $0.00
Set of 14 pieces Value HcJsJ.50 5.00
Set of 10 pieces Vtilue Ml. 40 $15.00
Muir brush, 00Mb and mirror Value sin. On $7.50
Set of II pieces Value 11,10 $15.00
Set of 8 pieces Value $15.00 $10.00
Hair orush, coiiid and mirror Value $7.50 $5.00
Sepcrate Pieces of Ivory drain
at 1 .; less than usual prices.
Hair Brushes, Mirror.. Comb. Pin RaHMMi Miinicure, etc.
IIV huve excellent facilities for execulimj enyruvinn quickly.
Broadway & 0th St.; 5lh Ave.; ioih St.
I Lord & Taylor
Founded 1 8 26
For Men, JVomen & Children
Men's and Women's all silk umbrellas, with) .
various style handles, plain and fancy; oso$295
long Silver )
Men's and Women' all silk umbrellas, mission
wood, sterling silver trimmed, long silver,
buck horn, cape horn and nat ural w ood
Men's and Women's umbrellas, with plain,
fancy and novelty handles, also folding and
close roll umbrellas
Men's canes and umbrellns to match
$6.50 to $12.00 per set
Men's Of Women's Umbrellas
ed. plain, $J,
nndles. . . .
match 1 -
with sterling silver trimme
mission and natural wood h
Cane & Silk Umbrellas to
kt set f
Children's Umbrellas $. 00,$I.50&$T. 95
Parasols for Christmas Gifts j $3.50 tO $l8. 00
An Interesting Display of
Leather Goods Novelties
For Christmas Gifts
Fitted dressing Cases $J.2$ to $33.50
Jewel Cases v. . 50c to $25.00
Sewtng Baskets 75c to $I0.Q5
Manicure Cases 95 to $14.95
Leather Clocks $1 .00 to $15.00
Tie Holders 50c to $5.00
Collar Pouches 50c to $2.95
Flasks 75c to $5.00
Frames 50c to $2.05
A Very Special Offering
Christmas Silk Hosiery
For the Children
Interest log news tor mothers who are looking for
Tbe Rjght Kind of Silk Hosiery for Boys & Girls
Suitable for Dance, Reception or Regular Wear
An uncommon and unusual quality Pure I
Lustrous Silk of Seasonable Weight; Fine
lxl Kibbcd; Ulastic; in Hluck, White, Tun, 1
Pink and Sky; Spliced Toes und Heels.
Sizes 5j 2 to 9.1 i. Values $1.75 to $-i.5U
Quaint Reproductions in Mahogany
Useful and Fndurtng Holiday Gifts
T ea T ables $15.00 to $37.50
regularly $17.00 to $45.00
English T ea Carts
Colonial Serving Tables $12.0 to $10.00
regularly $15.00 to $.'17.50
Tilt T op Tables $6.00 to $27.0
regularly $0.00 to $:t5.00
Palm Stands 5,7i
regulurly $5.00 '
IF omen 's W riting Desks $10.00 to $75.00
regulurly $13.50 to $100.00
Drop Leaf Tea 'Tables $11.0 to $40.00
regularly $15.00 to $50.00
Broadway & gOth St.; 5th Ave; li)lh St.