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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1912.
TRAILED TO HOTEL
BY WIFE'S SLEUTHS
Divorce Evidence gahtt1 l .aw
ytt, LotigConceaied, Qmics
to Light in New Action,
POUND WITH WOMAN.
Wife insisted Register Be Pho
tographed as Evidence
Again M Hint
rillli !n the Milt for dlvorcs eur
lenetutly bfOUlM 'S Ml Amanda P.
I .mli-i .lurh BfcglASt I5lwar1 LflftltVT
hach, n lawyer. whMl tW burled
twelltg months a" timler n SCUM riillns
! I Ii w raJliiy mid pi UMMMM New
forkcri always lake advantage of- Wtf
r .Mealed in She trial of small law
nil in city Court, i.i-div.
Mr I l.milrt.i.-li Is MM sued tnr UM
halance of tven clsfnistl to bs due iit
attorneys in Ihs dlvorss proceedlnga,
Rastus B. Rsnaotri ..f No is Broadway,
1 Samuel H. Wandell f ."'. ; Reefer
Ireet, Thv'r joint rlelm r U.UI was
t.uiied o it by tliem to MfgltSf M Mcs
Whtltftay, a court Stsnogrartisr, n,l hS
. tHs plain tiff In the act inn on t ; Ih i -day.
Testimony shoned it was the svldttlCS
talned by detei-tlves, who hart bfJM
Mi.idowliiK I.antrrbaoh for montlis on
another matter, that was used by the
Itwyer's wife In obtaining a divorce.
Two private detectives. Harry L.uxen
njps; and Onaele Corey, a woman, made
affidavits suiting- thy hail found Iit
. rl ach with a woman in a room Id the
Ktborea Hotel. No. 75 Fourth avenue. ,
This was brought out by the testimony
nf Mr. Wandell. who read a report of
his work, to prove tils charge for aer
v i -ea to Mrs. Lautartiaoh was not ex
, r eslve.
Mrs. Uauterbaeh came to me In June,
laio, and explained that she wanted a
divorce," Mr. Wandell bi-Kan. ".She said
ha had employed dSttStlVSS for years
10 (jet cvldeiue agalns: lier husband,
and alio had engaged many lawyers,
.-'he wan discouraged beauso she had
not i'een able to set the evidence
needed. She said she had agreed to
pay a private detective HM for evi
dence he had In his possession.
LA UTERBACH SHADOWED TO
HOTEL, HE 8WEAR3.
"1 examined the statements of this
nan. Mr. I.ewln. and those also of Bar-n-y
Lewis and Abraham Hums, other
.' c tives. They proved to be the re
units or i.lieei vatlons made yean be
fore, In an entirely different matter.
T lay told of Slaving seen Mr l.auterbai'li
and a woman enter and leave the Kl-
eron KOtat. 1 told Mrs. haufrbaih
she was foolish to make a lirgaln to
i,.iy thes. statements, ai none of the
men saw the couple Inside the hotel.
1 peut half a day trying to learn
arnat t'"ik place Inside the hotel, and
Mfaa told that Uarry l.uxenliurg, the
hief of the detective BSatlOy, and a
iman bad been Inalda and had located
Mr. Lauterkach and a woman In a
'TtlS next day I met a lawyer friend
who cad tic thought he could get the
, IdStlOS I a anted from two wnm.-n
. .10 lived uptown, i searched for them
in vain, i finally go! hold of L-usen-
I urg end he told ni" w hat took place
In the FBI heron on Ihe night in quee
tton, He gave un accurate description
Of the furniture In the room and also
said he StoUld lirln his woman com
pfinloii tn in V ofAca
"I paid LAIXenbUrl lain that Mrs.
I , , liter bee i lave ma and reported to
iter. She was (hen stopping- at t lie
Oriental Hotel, Mnnliaian Uracil
When I a.w her th.it evening, she anl.l
hie was much diet Ur bed, as her hus
band was trying to gut evidence to
bring a divorce action himself. 1 told
bay it was inorsdlbls that a man of
mi. LeAiter bean's t ...ing would ooa
sitler such a thlni?, bui she replied that
J didn't know Id. a.
tilie Unn told me she would like t
pel a divorce bj arrangameni, with no
opposition and without the consideration
of alimony. Then I consulted with
former Judge Uloott and he said he
ti.ouglit it could bo done. Htsconinrsa
i on was to ti.e elf Oct that Mr. I.a.ie
Basil wuald not contest tier divorce.
SHE WANTED HOTEL REGI8TER
"When I put ihls proposition up lo
lira, Lauterbaolii sue ohjestsd, saying
ear had just begun to ftgat. She Mid
she wanted some big man lo Ug.it .Mr.
i.auterhach.' Than he retained Jude
"In the meantknt I hud arranged I"
be permitted to inspect the register of
Hid lintel Klheiun. Mrs. Laulerbach
HiiKestrd Uia't we photogiapli the regl
ater. tihe said siie didn't care how mush
I finally got anntier Interview with
the detective. l.uxenburB- Luxenburg
Uikl me lie would all iw me to te'-.e the
reports of ins opcrailvak to the ofAoe,
Tiiesc reports oncsrnlna affi Lauter
, mavehientS were voluminous,
f.air and live having bri I made daily
for several nfonthi prevlnua."
SAVING LIFE WINS
SIX proposals ion
this CHRONIC UK no.
I . l
ftlaa.4aaBa M BP" sf W a
WILoUN 5 tAbtK
TO NAME TAFT FOR
Expected to Offer His PredeceS'
sor First Vacancy
A report from Vew TTaven that Presi
dent Tnft had been asked to accent the
Kent professorship In Las In Yale Uni
versity was soiuenliat discounted to-day
by those who are acquainted with recent
negotiations between President Taft
and Woodrow Wilson, President-elect.
It is known to the friends of both
that Mr. Wilson has a keen desire to
fulfil the greatest ainliltlon of the lif.; of
Mr. Taft up to tho time Mr. Taft be
came m il, late to. President of the
Untied Statesto take a place on the
benoh of tho Supreme Court of the
United States. Man familiar with the
policy of the Yale Corporation, how
ever, declared that the appointment of
Mr. Taft to the highest tribunal of the
nation would not prevent IU111 from oc
cupying the Yale professorship.
Tho intention of Mr. vVilaOB to ask
Mr. Taft lo become
a Justice of the
: genersllv known
Supreme Court became
among ids intimates .aimedlalcLy attar
l'rcsJdcut Taft 'a speech at the Lotos
Club a few weeks ao. T'heepecvh
Was Mi. Tnfl's irtst and good natured
answer to the QUfddloffl "What Should
the United Stales do with Its ex
Mr. Wilson, after reading the speech,
remarked to a friend; "I know what 1
ehall do with on,- ex-I'resldent If hu will
I be gracloua enough to allow me so to
dlspnse of him; I ehall ask Mr. Taft to
fill the r.rst .Vacancy which occurs on
the bench of the Supreme Court
All Stocks Tumble, With Over
a Million and a Quarter
A violent bir attack on t'nlon PaaMo
t0-day t Mettled the eto.St market to rhe
point SPprOMhlnf demovallratiun during
the n ion hour. Between 1 and 1.30
o'clock . IS.OOu ahnr!! weie tiado,! in, and
for the whole day the transactions 'to
taled 1,279,471 sharee.
I.arh ii Ull afternoon some support
Sams to tl,o nuuket, out llio recovery
was Slight, and toward the middle of the
afternoon Hie ma .?: ...nt off again,
some, new low level! being made. In the
last half hour there was a general MAI)
of from one to three po.nts.
The sellinn of I'nion i'aciftc wae ter
rific in the forenoon. It broke the en
tire I ' lxians were callod and tin
mug. a speculators began to Jump oul
of ihe market In doens. Baleluls of
Stookl were durnpsd on the market, and
b. for,- o'c'.vM-k l,lB,MI atiarea ha.
been bought and snld, a record for
Various v SUSSI are ascribed to the
hear a.tat'e, Which followed a gradual
slump in ii.i es mat has bees poind on
for a fortnight,
tine was mil toe ,-xposurcs of the
"money trust" nituiri m Washington
, re tiiwet ' p' a-ing lo t nun p,.
ci's of Uniiuce, and thai an object les
son was ordered, the rail on I'nloii la-
i .ii - belM cloak for tin- dsfuonstm
Another exptsMltofi was the ji.-ch-IR'CI
of the nnn ial report of the Union
Kaclfte for His :,ee. ended June a, in.,i
made jiuidic lo-da, . I his showed de-
oransss in ppons and net income of ite-
nveen Pl.OOt.OOO in, H,&00,N0. I'ni'-ii I'h
Olflc w.is tin- pivot up on which the ilea.,-
look posse ,on of the -iiall'i't.
Union I', lrin decMoed from ii!' 1 1
i f. steel common from (SH to ntt
New Vork (.'entral Iron) no to ins4.
Canadian Pautflc from '.'ii:i u, 2.",r. net h
Ing from f1h to Wt and Other II llki
ratio. Low levels for the yea wl
t'SaCltSd In i' alic site ks.
AT UNION PACIFIC
SIX GIRLS PLEADED
TO WED HERO WHO
One "Could .lust Bat" Kaplow
tor t living lip Pieces
BEIN(i BRAVE HIS HOBBY.
Protecting People from Death
Keeps Him in Hospital
Half the Time.
Young Mr. Charles Knplnw nf No. IVTf
' WINUM SVBffSSi the Hrnnx. recently
I lost thirty-sit neat little squares of
klu mid acciimulatcrt six pisvri.iuls of
marrl-ige In return. Now he's in bed
growing aatM new skin and not con
sidering the proposals of tn.irrlage at
all; they were unearned In rement . a
Riara act of olmHty whereby young Mr.
K apltuv saved the life of a flve-vear-old
When you hok at the recent history
of t. In young man, by and lunge, you'll
discover r-ai life lug l as nuteh of
ii hobby wl'h Mm as playing golf or
noUactlng poataca atarnps ts for othara.
Hut ho raya hlmaelf that just ha laan
iie goes in for ilia; sort of thing -
snatcliiiu. .i i1- 'i'mi ,. it i k.i -n't
expect girls to propose to him. 1; 1" nil
eiy th'tlcrtng end all that, but
Here Is tiie lalest cxvlolt tn his chosen
fleld, the clrcuinstance that hrouglit
little perfumed n.rtes on peach-blow
paper to Kap)ow'a eat In Pt Mark's
HIx wei Us ago Kaplow underwent with
ease an operation for ajip.-n ileitis In the
Uren -li Hospital and when he wis con
valescing some d.ictor friends of h1s se
cnroil I lie position of entry Ottftl for
him ill Itoosevt'lt Mospdl. .,11 ell.sy tnsk
for a person who still feels the water of
weakness 1n his b -s. While he was
serving In this capacity a doctor told
Kaplow the pitiful story of now trouble
had come to the home of Israel Wench
er at No. 6J5 Kat l-'ifth street.
SAVES THE LIPI Or LITTLE GIRL
WHO WAS SCALDED.
Wiu her. a poor tailor, lias a little
taUgfetaf, Bart ha, five yenrs old. Her
tha had dragged H pot of scaUiing OOUp
from a tattle and her Vol;, had been
terribly lou'iiud; so great Wag her In
Jury, In fact, that sne cmild no', rocover
unless some new akin was traBaffrTad
to lier blliiteied bod b the wliurdrv
Thongli still a eonvalewent, Kaplow
offered his Wdy to the, :.ntve of the
i surgeons, ne was lai i o i i ieopwanng
I thle bj the elds of the tortured body
or the little phi and thl'ti-six auuares
of skin from about his waist and thighs
were tranaf erred to the ."dy that lay
beelde his The operation w.i oont pict e
ly ptMcseeful, Kaplow was moved f n
the lhosltal to his home to-day, and
Httta Bertha, thouall still in a clean cot . . , ,
a, St Mark' 1. wel. on the . ,.. 1 announcement that Oov. Plx had
recovery. i par ionei Loula .' Abrams, serving ii
Thougi Kaplr.w has eeen the Inalda Sentence of thirty days In Jail In addl
of a pood many hospitals he or.- j tion to a fine of lion for fraudulent auo-fes-ed
to an BvanltHi World Aporiar I Boneerlng, brought a sharp pro teal front
to-daiy tha. he had never known what
j strange things OOUld happen In a house
' for the etch and wounded before.
Blowers were alwa.vs at his bedside:
t so tie oi i.ie posine were a... i4auiieo
by sweel little notes Meroi
etrong enough to read the notes a nurse
read them for hlm-ond she bklSfled
as well as he. Here Is UM way one of : Whli h he wus ronvlotad in Special Sea
ttle love billets read: LloflS anil prodtiea u letter from Wlllnun
HERE IS ONE OF THE LOVE! Sol mer. tin- piano manufacturer, enm-Lgj-pgpg
GOT. Plaining that Abrams had cheated
"Dear M- Kaplow: I think you are
the only man in this woi Id I COUld evor
love. I heuisl of how you saved lives
In 81. Paul and HOW when I read how
you have saved the life of this little
girl I a mi just mre thut run are the
dacllngcst man in the world.
"I came to the hospital the other day
and passed the cot where you were ly
ing, so brave and smiling, and I wanted
to slop then and kneel by your bad
and whisper to v,iu how 1 love you for
yehr brave acts. Hut I dldn'1 dare, be
cause others were looking.
"Hut. dear Mr. Kaplow, I love you
more than any girl could, and I hoie
that vv lien you pot well and Mrong you
will marry me.
"Sin -erelv VOIirs,
N'ow, don't think, Anna, that young
Mr Kaplow is unappreolattvi if your
Offer. He simply allows this letter to
be entered as one of Ihe documents In
Then there was another sweet mis
sive; this came In a houipiet of tube
rosesnot a very fancy flower to send
to a bofCdtat. It said uimcne other
"I could Just eat up a dear, darling
man like yon, what Is mo brave and
self-sae'iifi. Ing. Will you not marry ine
vVhcn you feel strong enough?
Now. leav. It to yourself, dear reader:
Wouldn't I' help roU a whole lot on the
With clogeed bowels, sour
gestion, liver troublesand
Remove the cause at once with
The harmless, gentle chocolate laxative.
S-'.X-LA is tlie srt-'ee and
It acts quickly durtly, pleasantly. Goori Tot younp1 and old.
WOMAN WHOSE ESCAPE
FROM SI FFOLK PlilSON
REVEALS JAIL SCANDAL
road to convalescence If tin good post
man dropped little notes like this nearly
every day at our bjedatdal It helped
nung Mr. Kaplow.
HERO'S NURSE WHO HAS TO
READ 'EM REBELS
Whsl do you suppose happened tn the
nurse who nail to re.oi tiusc scaiierro
leaves from Sappho's diary to the brave
young patient? Ouaas, Bhe got madder
and madder and Raally sin. just said
she wouldn't read any mnre of those
horrid things. Then sh sat down In
an off hour and wrote one herself the
alath in the list
KaploW began bis record of ehlvahy -lie's
got newspaper dippings lo prove
rt out In St. Paul last Kohrunry, when
he stopped a bullet with Ills right thigh.
He Interfered bete, 'en n man and his
sweetheart fallen the latter was bolng
BjhUeed, and the bullet was hjs reward.
After a month In the hoepltal lie irt
osit and straightway stopped a horsn
thait wm running nway with as-ven
orphans. Ba k to the hospital for two
Nest turn on the programme was on
April 15, when he rescued Mtae Irene
Wlok, a school teacher, from drowning
In a lake In Conui fark, St. Paul. In
and out of the hospital once more,
only to rescue his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Max Kaplow. and her newborn babe
from a burning house in June.
So now you sen uliy a glr could
just eat up this brave man.
BY CITY OFFICIALS FOR
Protest rXgainsi Action in
Auction Fraud Cases.
ine Commlaslonars of Accounts today,
Commissioners Rice and Mshono!
made public a latter addressed to Gov,
nix. in whin i thajr say tii.it his notion ;
i (1 a I pact blow nt their
impalgii to get
. rid of dishonest and faking auctioneer!
Th,.,. enumerate seven Complaint!
I antnal Abrams besides the on., on
onjner oy paving ma aaaieianta "id in
I the mere handles ur a sale of tr. Soh
I mer's furniture at unfairly low prlc, s.
Ahrums was convicted before Justice!
Malnert, afotnarne yand Halhnon tn
special Rsailoni Daoentber i one of
Ids former assistants u stilled that he
had frequently wiiii five other employees
pui up the prices at auetloni ai
Abr.ams's s op, at No. ilO Cast Tvven-ty-tlilrd
street, by mnklng false bids.
flOVemor DtS did not OOMUll I 'e lbs-
ni.: Attorney before granttnc 'he par
don, but said t at he had grunt, , . It fol
lowing a request from Juatlc gtelnerl
The Justice explained to-day thnt he
was moved by pity for the wife and
daughter of Abrami, who ere in die
Ireeelng rlreumstanoaa and n whom the
penalty fell more cruelly tlum n th-
Plea llrs llrondivar.
i lonatderabla aacttement t ,r a time
was cause, I to-day when lire wits dl
OOVerad In a Hue In ihe rear of the
k.t hen of the Bartholdl lim, at Korty
tilth street and ItrniMlway. The alarm
was sounded tin gh the hotel, which
la occupied mostly by theatrical peo
ple, and many of them left their rooms
The firemen made short work of the
bla.e by throwing sand down the flue
stomach, headaches, indi
all otherlnientscauscd by
best constipation remedy known.
GAVE CARD PARTIES
IN SUFFOLK JAIL
listher Harris, Who BsCtped
from "MikIcI" Prison, Sher
iff's Thanksgiving GuCtt
Wild. COMPLAIN TO OI
Qrtnd Jury Mso to Consider
I. ax Methods in Kiverhead
(I.. I.) Prison.
Is or la not that tsrge and e.rsslv
Suffolk Connty Jail at Hlverhead. L. I..
frOM which Miss Bethel Harris ambled
forth on Monday morning, leisurely col
lecting her typewriter and other pira-
phernalla unci leisurely stepping anne.ro
a fine big motor car whlnh drew up to
,h. laU door. . House ,rf MtHh. or. In i
other words, a sort of Pastils de dole?
ueh will be the 'hypntheals pro-
pounded to the Januari Of I Jury Of I
Suffolk County hen It Is aworn by
... ,. o . x.
Supreme nurt fUOttoS Kelly, and such
will he Ihe burden of ;he query that
will he put up to (lo. Hlx In a tax-
payer pennon. I
The Orand JnrOTS and the floverni
be Intcreyted tn learn that Ihe i
vanished Miss llsrrls, awaiting .rial
for grand larceny under two Indict
ments, waa the chief guest of Hherlff
Melville K. Ilrush arel Ide family at I
the Thankglving festivities In the Sher
iff's house, adjoining the lall.
WOMAN PRISONER GAVE BRIDGE 1
PARTIES IN JAIL.
Of course, the talented end mvetlo
Mlsi Harris wae virtually In custody
while occupying the chair of honor at
the Sheriff's Imard. Yet it Is rather an
unusual proceeding and has served to
spire the scandal that has been turned
up since the departure from prison of
.Miss Harris on the day before she wae
to have faced trial on one of the two
grand larceny Indictments against hrr.
sheriff Hrueh, ft Is lielng learned, was
s trifle more than lenient with his prls-
l oners. From tue windows of the (IrlfTeu
I I louse, across the street from MM Jail.
guests frequently saw the .Sheriff'
Ohaiffas engagtsl In pleasant poker par
lies. Miss Harris. It Is alleged, c.ei to
give bridge afternoons in the lane and
heavily grate i compart men I from ash h
Stic slipped so easily tn the outer world
SHERIFF ANGRY AT INVESTIGAT
Mstrlct-Attorney Oreen of Suflolk
County i! in Rlvsrhaad todey conduct
Ing a rigorous in. "sUg.n ion Into Ihe
escnps of Bather Harris. Naturallv,
he Is meeting wltii stern dlscouriiKi men I
from Sheriff Ilrush, and he had hardly
'egun his Inquiry this morning when
he and his fellow county officer had
itrOnd and holer words over the t, !. -phone.
The dash i title when Mr Green
ordered thut Miss Viols BaWUOSa, a
prisoner OOCtipyBtfl a cell on the tlel
above the cell from which Ml!! Hani,
eaoaped, be brought to ids OffloS to be
questioned. Tim Prosecutor bad heard
that MIks Itawllngs had heard .Miss
Harris moving out of a, prison; that
he had heard ooovsrsstlons and ootn
moti'ins which should not bava tensptl
l ars of the prim ffldtnls and that
tiie remarkable exit of the dtstlugulshei
FELT AT ONCE
I'oslam works quickly, An ovcrnlgh
application will MSSC a red nose or ai.
Inflamed complexion, Ptmplaa, iliseol
oration! anil blemisbcs are soon cr.uli
In prompUy disposing of ii mlttoi
skin tronhfes. Poslatn pvcs evidence oi
its reinarkalile powei s to bssl I lie mor,
serious and stulihorn skin diseases, sue)
as ecr.ema, BOM, teller, Iton, scnliies,
etc., in the Dure of w In. h it ha, made its
grant fsnutaUon, itching is itoppad ai
lain as l'oslam is appllmt,
POSLAM SOAI keeps the skill secure
against infection anil disease, improve
its color ami texture, soothes lender
skin, makes romtileitons clear, liauds
suit. Tli" best stiampoo (or dandruff.
All druggists sell l'oslam (price, All
centi) end l'oslam Soap (price, i.1 BMts),
For free samples, w rite to t lie Kmergeiicy
Utboratoriss, M West tHU Street, New
FRANCIS M. LE6GETT & COMPANY
"TH LKT IB A HATPY LAND
I'h I ih th"1 ln it I Hit t
hk hit at W'-hcr A
.! ir t ii-- i,Mf.it
KlcltU'H MiM '
"T I ASKciJ 'fN
ss- m. ' s WB - 'Wi '..."-, .1
t I.I I I, tlir WOfTdfl llld tlHJflW' of Velltf'll
mill I'h i.ii ih I nt M - i .i r
nr a t Sun la - U tn ltl 1 Vr) v flit Id
f'tt H ITTtfl. I M!(sr" r t k I Ii l.i r Will I '
Uuln 9ur n!Mf.t--ii i. -U.iiiiv.
innMiw wom. in prisoner is not m th
1 lean ste ,ii i,
POLITICS INVOLVED IN INQUIRY
INTO THE SCANDAL.
. There aie Inia of politics Involved In
tii" ami timt i abovl to dlarttpt the
euatomary pea.,, and quletnda of suf
I folk Cwnty. mi the county officers art
I ineiiRiera of tin. same nepuhllcan ma-
chine and have been for iiiany years.
Sheriff Mi .is i and IHstrlci-Attorney
1 Oreen ,, ,,. elected to office on ihe aasni
I ticket. Hitherto all the ,s,unty Hi in I I
Jiuies have been Republican, mole up.
II is said, of machine RapfJbMMMi
ahercfore tile soft-ptsl.tl has been ap
plied to ih,- Investigation of all pollttoal
urn ihe Janusfy rjrand jurv. which i.
to inetigte tii.- esessBa of Hefner
t Hiirtls and the other gnesls iif SherlrT
I Brush Srtlhln tin ptat fan months, will
have n PamoflnaUe foiemin anpolniel
. bj flitpfana c"nrt Itntthia Keih. who)
is hllllaelf a H.ino. nil I'lm loud pe.lnl. i
It IS piedb tcl. -six 111 bsve lla c'-aie e
and the RWalS will be high and lOOjd,
line of th,. tlvJerest nig ,le .lopments
of Ihe case whbil refle la somewlist Sd I
esieiv upon tii. seoarlty of tttal l?.
M Hi', is tlkit every .lepntv SherlrT
In the county hs-a In bis poaajsjatlhSl a
k'-s of the sort thai must lm'e I
been used by Miss Harris, or for her,
hi opening th,- two half-Inn barfed
doors rhPOUgfh wlilith she walkrsl to
' DEPUTIES CARRY OPEN SESAME
TO JAIL ON KEYRINGS.
DeS1lty Sheriffs scattiied around the
exmut) bring their prtaoaerS to Ihe J.-ill.
walk til the lllllMtlteil poi'lnls. fhen open
the Inner doots with thslf No. n's snd
esisirt their charges In cells that hn;i-
p,.,, In in.,1, good m them i if course. In
tlie eame nniM-halant manner. It fSOUld
SS possible f, saM deputies nossossmg
No. R e to enme .Did tnl.e a pHeonST out.
Il Wolll.ln'l he the
and It might oaute
tUbbj thing to do
s rumpus, vet the
certitude Is there thai thatd divert mid
v deputies earrj on ineir eynrajs
'he "pen sesiilli, I,, fie tail
rJtatrt-AttM1Mry Up-, -aid to-dsy
thai he was notltled of the escape nart)
Monday and hurried to Hlverhead it
Ihe suggestion of John .ludtre. a law, )
eshO telephoned him lluil lie bad n , II. mi
n ln J,!) w)ln (I1PW .om. thing sout
a key This client was nrmuiit itrnf,.
the Ilistiict-Atmrney end SSsd another
prisoner hail slubm a kev and given It
tn Mm, He had it In his cell tn use In
sms in was oonvtetsd,
Mr. flreen sent the prisoner after the
key and he promptly produced it. It
was found to unlock Ihe doors opened
by Mls Hs i lis when she left through
the agency of a mysterious key. But
she did not uae that particular key.
TRYING TO TRACE CAR IN
WHICH WOMAN ESCAPED.
Deputy Sheriffs of Suffolk County do
not have to bother Sheriff Hrueh by
leqllCbLs for .No. II. All tliev have
to do, pocTdlni; to slat, menu made to
day. Is to write as deputy dharlffa to
the SOBOSrn thnt mnde the locks and
order by RUtTrber whatever key Bral
Not only that, hut It Is ohnrge,) thai
keys made for OM pr wui will III doSrl
in other prbions wiui-e tiie Iron work
was dune by the siune c.mcern.
inly one pei -un has been found who
saw the automobile In which ihe llairls
woman whs drlVOS avv iv. lie Is i, idght-l
waeohntnn Mtned Hulee, He eald it vvh-
i ,:r.iv ill1, and onlc ocila nt i j
were a mail ..I'd the woman it arrived I
near the Jail SbOUt I u'ciock Honda, i
morntne;, snvryins no i ill ttirhis. ami!
when It left It was going about Mil
mlias on hour. It went to Hreenport,
then in New London, and from there
.is been traoed to New Vork.
One of the tli.ngs tiial mikes the
COUnty official.- tirieaev Is that the k-
.Miss Harris use, Is one that can un
lock the cell remr of e'.ery ilrand Jury
prhroner in the fail.
French Curl Plumes I he
hrst Atricsn prims quality, 19
to 'jo incksi loofr, ssfra wide
Hues (srr IlluslfStion ) .
RKDUCED PKICK 510.00
Regular Price - $12.75
French Curl Plumes Prime
ipillitv, 16 to 17 I DC hot Ion;;.
REDUCED PRICE 4.75
Regular Price - (5.7 S
ParadUe Birds Full, CttU
ine Paradise. ThSM birds tfi
carefully arlected and litenllv
will last i lite-time.
REDUCED PRICE $25.00
Regular Price - $35.00
The Lcndon Feather
largest OstHeh Tlume
Makers in th'- '.' orld
WgmpJ riumes "j
j REDUCED PRICES
French Curl Plumes The a
j best Atricsn prims qusiity, 19 i
to 20 inchs! long, rxtia wide J
T -m ii w m -m aO
$15, $18 and $20
$14, $16 and $18 Coats,
$18 Boucle Suits, S8.7S
$20 Mixture Suits. $8.75
$15 Two-tone Suits, $8.75
$18 Cutaway Suits, $8.75
$20 Norfolk Suits. $8.75
$18 Cheviot Suits. $8.75
You may simply revel in this selection of innumer
able models and materials a fairyland of fashion
affording the most fastidious woman the exact suit or
coat she desires, at $8.75!
FREE Alterations Continued
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Buy Now at Bargain Prices
Pay as You Can
win) ever beard of suofa n broad, liix-ml
offering ag this anywheie eJM in New Yerkr
Think of it! Qftaj we pell you mA wvnr
iiiK Hjiiuircl at harp, in priics mmJ wait to
mi jfoui conven lence for our
Our clot lies nr'
dealingg bn canfidnitiali nnl
wt ! not nsk you u whole
lot of esiltarrasniig quntioni
ghea we sell you what you
jinil your finiiily need iti
No Money Down
We feature choice $18, $20,
and $22.50 Suits and Coats at
your Xmas gifts
make the cheapest gift look like the most expensive
V0LT1TS NaMM anyone tot'.i .ily, unioklv anrl in
cxpeiiHivtly rlettro-plnte nt home any metal with
goid, iilvtr, nukei, hiast, opper or tin. You enn se
cur very cheaply br. mw nickel pit tn framet. vanity
OHeai, nt iMtira. ptfnn, .'Hier rvquumati, ett- , nl by
using V(iltlt givn (hem if-rntime plHting ti( IH kt.
gold nr pure atlvt-r. I hi thk'knefti "I tlir plHtiag
Ufpenu-! wnoii , iipun uir ttin - nni or
Mont worth wh dtug, wrocory, hanlwaro,
Jewelry mM tttp.trti!t nt nttre soil Vultlte.
Makn thK a " . Xtun nd nuve money.
r7 Kintti o VOL TITV
l kt Oflfl v -If - II to nd 11
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I T"i and tana fowdar V -mis
y ttU can
Stnri Now for SampU
n4 3i 'or aiala of 'M VoHIU
nd u- f-r aaiupu of aaj oihar ktitl
- eve sift a-a T ea
Ha Coats. $8 75 r
r- .1. CO 1! W
$18 Chinchilla Coats,
$16 Kersey Coats, $8.75
$18 Cheviot Coats, $8.75
518 Travel Grrat Coats, $8.75
$14 Mixture Coats. $8.75
14-16 West 14th Strsst
to6M Dread Street
Market cor ttft Street
first class, our
THE GREATEST VALUES IN NEW YORK
run, rur Ceets, DunenOs, Vitthe! It Jewelry. Seme terssa.
2274 3d Ave. 1 7 W. UlhSt.
bit 123 i k 114th bet. th k tin Avi.
' you need is a k
clean doth, water
R0 EXTRA til Ml it. roe it
a!ri-. ..' t. , DU 1,1 If. - s,
sti i eel i' u.a
eta uul ! r. u.
A lUw bo will convince you. At all drug eto.es. t
vfoc ttecs taUt m ,h W.i