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RICH DOCTOR GONE
PARENTS FEAR HE
Dr. Davi.1 L. Rauch Missing
Sin:e Friday, When Phone
Call Took Him Out.
Tti lr mim of monajr which Dr.
David U Ranch of No. 17 Wmi Hlfhty
elalith street has long bevn In the habit
f carTylna may have led to hla murder,
hla Mad parenta fear. Tha doctor baa
haco mlaalnc alnoa Friday evenlnc, whan
ha received a telephone call (ram a
Inquiry la bains made among tha phy
Xatan'i patlaata to ascertain If any of
them actually aummoned htm (or pro
(aaatonal purpoeaa). DetecUve L'Henreau
ot tha Weit B!ity-e!fhth atraat police
a tat ton, who la aearchlni (or tha doator,
believe that tha telephone call wbtoh
took tha doctor from hli home In haata
waa solely to lura him Into the powar of
parson who had criminal Intentions
Or. Rauch la forty-seven years old and
bachelor. Ha Uvea with hla (athar
and mother at the Eighty-eighth atraat
house. His praotloe la larre and ha la
considered by his relatives and Intimate
friends aa a man of means. Ha owna
automobiles and hla bom la richly fur
alahed. "Uarld always carried quite a lot of
money." hla parent saM to-day. "Ha
was seldom without a roll of bills of
large denomination. He also bad
valuable told watch and several fine
Tha woman who telephoned Friday
evening Inalated on speaking with the
physician psraonally. Ills office hours
sstsnd to 7.10 o'clock, after whlori !t la
his custom to dine. It was only 7 o'clock
whan tha woman telephoned, and his
(athar and mother supposed he had
been called on an urgent cass, aa he
did not wait until his ofdes hours were
SURE THERE 18 NO WOMAN IN
No alarm waa frit when he did not
return during the night, his fathsr and
mother assuming that the cass upon
which hs hsd been -u:nmuned was still
requiring his presence. But when no
word oame from him the next day,
friend nnd relutlvea were asked if they
had seen or heard froin htm. Nothing
could be learned.
Sunday an appral wss made to
the police and FJSISfltlve L'ilenreau
waa "- ,-iif I to loot for the physician,
'l hi family I DOW almost convinced
Ulal Dr. Ujucd Oaas made ths i .0"
kin ol crimina. gad perhaps slain by
brother, says ths
hu knows, never
at .. II. ". i.i.-h, s
th....' ati. aa far a
...U love uiia.r.
"tie waa a. a a too engrossed In hla
erofaaalonaj work to think or women,''
.lurry Ka Jch aald. "i do nut belUvc any
UUOf 0l 'ha i ...nd .a accountable for his
present myaleriuua ubsence."
Moei a Kauch ha.a given Detective
L.'ll nrv.m a complete Hat of ths namas
of puiionts on the doctor'a books and
the detective Is Inquiring of everybody
on the Mat for Information concerning
tha missing man.
Or. Rauch was graduated from Belle
vue In lttv. He Is five feet, five inches
tall and walgha about 143 pounds. Hla
ayes, hair and mustache are brown. He
also wears a small "imperial."
Whan he left home he hsd on a blus
suit, black overcoat and black darby
LEAPS 4 FLOORS TO DEATH.
Acad Womaa Jump From Wlaisw
mm lea aad Daughters Sleep.
lira Rosa Reynolds, alzty years old,
who lived with bar two daughtera and
aoa an tha fourth floor of No. 647 West
Thirty-ninth atraat. killed herself this
morning by Jumping from a front win
dow of the Reynolds apartment to the
sidewalk. No one In the family heard
tha woman rise and open the window,
but Mr. and Mrs. (Icorge MoElroy. who
rivo on ths ground floor, heard Mrs.
Reynolds scream as she fell and heard
tha body strike the pavement.
MoElroy hurried out snd notified Pa
trolman Patrick McGcrald of t!.o West
Thirty-seventh street station, who sum
monad Dr. Dixon from the New York
Hr ipltal The autgeon said Mrs. Reyn
olda had died within a minute or two
after the jump from a fracture of the
FROM TRAPP ERTO WEARER
Buy tha "FAMOUS
IvItAMEH FURS" di
rect Irom America's
at otir wholesale aalea
room and sava ths mid
THE WORLD OVER, i
Our Whceaale Pricea Reduced
to a Minimum.
Assortment No. 1.
ofcM ink Montr; mmiAN pony and1
i.i.i.... i . ii tt'.. telstra eeleeted
Price" Ms. 'Arii rititY. sow. $22.50
Aatortir cnt No. 2.
rO. VrOI.Pi .MINK. KWCOON AMI
OTHttii i III hill. ll-tJliira' Pre.enl
Ktv . . 1 $16.50
Assortment No. S.
I INKII COAT.
UFA'S I'l It
Qsals. Retailers' Pfeae'nl Price, Q AA
aal i'l. .ii ii nation VOW. . '"W
Uikrr Kvlraordinar) Vulure from ll.:,o to
iiy mhw yokk.
Ncirl) in Von at
It I.ASt I T II STREET
Bi. ii'. iv ami nth Ave.. New Verb.
, Taae mttmjag to wluleeaie t
THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918.
"Better Goods for the
Meet Mc M the fountain
I A4a, Li
Same Morten or the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere9
A Cily in Itaelf
GREENSOT-SIBEL COOPER 0.
gixtK Avervuo J . B . OREENHUT.
l6to 10 StrU
aTVdVl-,. CJ.lv. ( MAIS BVILDtNUK snaring sale f Nrw "
VJlnGr a3.lS . ' ,hihil "' of ;rsduslloa Dresses for
?. .. . - ) (-HEEMH TBVIIDINO Jsnusry Irsrsnree cf
(Detail In Today's Journal)
arte are 79c, $1 and SLUM- -Opening
af nialaa I'K.I,. . Thla laa II nil BmAmlmA. i I Ir.-.l..
,, Ti ., . i . . . 1 a. . , . n . . . . JT.
im"i nvairrn, naaiaiors, Ainminum warr. eir.
Mleaea and Junior s.
Extra Special, (TkursdauyoSy
lf ie UVr "Odda aad Ends" of
Initial Hsadkerrhlefa (or P
men ; alight Imaarfsctioni ; es . Oc
(MAIN Culiaag, Msls Fleet. )
lie aad ISc Embroidered Ceihra
lor women; all tlteg; J?
(MAIN BiHISIai. Mala Fleer.)
2&c Pine .Sheer Nlriaad Vellee-J
Inches wide; In black, hello A
and bine it ripee ; yard f C
(MAIN BwilS, Mala fleer.)
78e Red Kldskin .Slippers -for mis set
and children; heavy fell soles;
an sues irom a to i; saga
(M4IN Ball4lns, See4 fleer I
$1 Navy Storm 8erie all wool;
4A inches wide; f
(MAIN Belldlsg, fleet fleer )
$2.78 Nevrlly Nel f'nruiaa scroll
effect r mhite and Arabs; ftfr
GSr.lNHUT BulMlas. Flrat fleer.)
(No Mail. Telephone or C. O. D. Orders Filltd on the Above Extra Specials. Quantities Limited
Henry & Co., Clothiers (Sixth Ave. lHave
Sold Us Their Entire Stock
Henry & Co., located for more thtn 8 years at the address
given above, have sold their lease, and were obliged to vacate
their premises before January 15th (tonight).
Their Entire Stock of Suits, Overcoats, Fur-Lined Coats,
Trousers, &c, for Men and Youths is now here, and will be
hustled out in double-quick time, in a startling ssle which
begins tomorrow morning.
Our special prices sre 2 and even less than
J 2 of Henry & Co.'s regular selling figures.
aSS SIXTH AVE. IY.
Depend upon it, the clothing is all good. Every garment is
desirable from the standpoint of fsshion, msterislsnd workman
ship. Otherwise we would not have touched any part of this
stock st any price.
In this sale we have another opportunity to give our patrons
Bargains of the Very Biggest and Best Kind.
Extra preparations for this sale. Extra sales
people in attendance. Some extra big bargain
plums for those who come earliest:
Henry & Co.'s
Henry & Co.'s $30
Fur -Trimmed and
d-sjr I Henry & Co.'s $40 t I Henry & (ft ft I Henry & (fr mf f
IS I Fur -Lined & Fur- H If Co.'s $4.0oJW W Co.'s $6.00H lif 1
The Attendance Is Sure to Be Large, Tomorrow Come Early and Qet
First PickDouble Your Money's Worth, and Even
More in Many Instances
(MAIN BuOalsg, Seeesd fleer.)
asaef ssT 3sjK8sWiw TiMlm ' Tfay
ISiSSfr Reliable Silver-Plated Table Ware pALfSSA.
The mosf remarkable collection of silverware we have ever offered
in a January sale. The opportunity for housekeepers, boarding house
keepers and hotel men is a remarkable one.
The following articles listed, and hundreds of others, will be ar
ranged for quick and easy selection, tomorrow.
Lot 1 14-inch trays, bread
trays, crumb sets, com
ports, condiment sets
with 4 bottles, fern
dishes, chocolate pots,
etc.; values f-l df
12.50 to ii 75; at l.VO
Lot 2 vases, bread trays,
sandwich traya, (lass
lined marmalade bowla,
bonbon baskets, casser
oles, butter dishes; regu
larly $1.95 10
Let S card trays, augar
bowls, cream pitchers,
spoon trays, domino
sugar holders, fruit
dishes, tern dishes, bot
tle coasters, butter
dishes; legularly rrf?
98c to $2.50; St.. f Oc
Let a vases, teeth pick
holders, lemon dishes,
Let ft large
vases, glaas-lined fruit
bowla, baking dishes;
9f eftO s e sjela sH
e oo...... aoo
10.00...... 7 JO
S. L. and G. H. Rogers' A-l Plated Ware
Guaranteed for 10 Year. Gray or Bright FlnUh
But the Be$t Bargain In ThU Salt Art to Be round in These
Sheffield Quality Plates
at Heretofore Unheard of Low Prion
fTeacpooae seiof 6; regularly 75c; at 48c
Table or Dessert Spoon set of 6; OA
regularly $140 and $1.50; at 7UC
Dinner or Tea Forks- set of 6 ; regularly QA
$1.40 and $1.50; at UW
Orange Spoons set of 6 ; regularly $ 1 .50 ; at . 95c
Oyster Fork. set of ; regularly $1 .50 ; at.. . .95c
Butler Spreaders set of 6 ; regularly $1.75 . $1.25
Coffee Spoons set of 6 ; regularly 75c ; ai 65c
Gravy Ladlee regularly 75c; at 50c
Cold Meat Forke regularly 50c; at 35c
Brrry Spoona regularly 98c ; at. . , .
Srgur Sl.ollx regularly 25c; at
Butter Knlvet regularly 25c; at
Dinner Knlvee plain handles ; set of 9
0; regularly $1.75; al
'MA'" Bullas, Mala Floer.)
lee Cream Plate -
ularly $3 ;
Grape and Thread Border $
Also fin bargains la large serving trays and meat platters at one-half their
MAIN BUILDING ;
Ready for Immediate Delivery
"The Big Store" Surpasses All Others, with Com
plete Stocks in Each Style of the Very
Latest Improved Models (2 as Illustrated)
You are invited to make your selections immediately.
COME, TOMORROW IF POSSIBLE, and upon payment
of a small amount down
we will deliver the outfit
you like AT ONCE. The
balance of the purchase
may be paid in
Weekly Sums of
. I $22
Oiilfil Na.1 VIC1 KO
LA IV. audCAUlNbr
LA VI. and CABINET Ja2
outfit No. 3 VICTRO. Sfj
LA VIII. and CABINET Oil
Outfit Ntj. 4 VICTRO. fa. I
LA IX. and CABINET 04t
INO TUAIH.Nd BTAUI'D Willi
(MAIN Bin'Jinr, Fourth l loor.)
The Greatest Rug Sale in Years!
Velvet and Axminster Rugs Recently Purchased Under Price
from S. Sanford & Son in a Remarkable Selling Event Here.
All of these niRs arc of standard quality. Wc purchased them under price simply because S. Sanford fV Sons decided to
discontinue several patterns. In other rugs the patterns are slightly mismatched, but the defects are so trifling that even the
eye of a trained expert would have difficulty in detecting them. THE WEARING QUALITIES ARE IN NO WAY AFFECTED.
. The fourth day of this remarkable distribution of high-class rugs begins tomorrow.
Extra salespeople in attendance. PLEASE COME EARLY.
Seamless Axminster Rugs
Site. Value. Ssle Price.
4.6xo. $ 8.50 $ 9.00
6x9 ft 15.50 11.25
9x9 ft 22.50 17.50
8 3x10.9 24.50 1H.50
9x12 ft 28.50 10.50
Seamed Axminster Rugs
Size. Value. Sale Price.
8.3x10.9 $22.50 $15.75
0x12 rr 24.50 17.75
10 6x12 ft 29.50 22.50
1 1.3x15 ft 39.50 28.50
Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs
SUe. Value. Sale Price.
4.8x6.4 $ 8.50 $ 9.75
9x12 ft 28.50 19.50
(GREENHUT Bullalaf. flrei floor i
At theme Reduced Price;
A special purchase of 2,000 sleds
of this famoua make results in this
moat opportune aale. (Weather fore
cast la for snow within a day or two.)
All of these sleds are In perfect
condition fully leated aa to their
95c Sleds, at.. ..... 69c
$1.19 Sleds, at 79c
$1.29 Sleds, at 89c
(MAIN Bulldiat, Fourth floor )
Our January Reduced Price Sale
Is Announced for Tomorrow
Dog Sweaters Doc Dlunkrtri
made of willuw ;
reoularlv $ I
lias le Ik -
I MAIN n-i'Miaa,, Haaemint.l
Doif Collars- for every breed;
russet snd blsck; plain or fancy
studded ; values r no
25cto$2.50;at. 1 Uc to UOC
DOKS Traveling Satchels--made
of blsck fiber; $- cT
18-in ch $3.00
Mid-Week Sale of Groceries
If you cannot come here, send your order by mail, or telephone Chelsea 4,000.
:rern Iraa or H. k tea.:
luuilly 40c ; 5-Th cadily. 115; K
3. lb. .JJ,. SI : lb
WHITE ROSE TEA (Ur
5 lb.. 2.s b
swmm.I. TEAS-Ooloas, Ctrlon. Enf
1Kb RraiklKt er Mlitd; OQj,
41, Ike., II; lb
Freshlv Koasted ( offee
OOkDSN SNTOS COFFEE- OK
4 91 1 b
nF.sr FAMILY COFFEE- !-
10 Ik.. J.)0; .1 Ika., l: lb t,-
I ANCY MARACAIBO COFFER $1 fin
-III bi.. 2.tS: Ika 1'W
COMBINATION COFFEE- -IU
Iba., $2 H5: 1H Ika., II
bANTA CLARA PRUNIi!
in Ika , ft Ika
LAUNDRY STARCH -Usi' quftliiv la-ge
lump: so-ie. o, i m;
10 fW.. 10. ; S lb.
FANCY GRAHAM FLOUR-
10 lb. kaa, 4S:; 51k. kis
PURE BREAKFAST COCOA
4 Ika. net la cini.tr r, It ;
Ik. la bulk
Wbn Kirrir Corn. .
Raw Rasa Meat
Crinul steel Bona , ,
Wliole Buokwtaaai .
I.inf J Ma1 . .
Forcins Feed . .
S. o' :. n,; I OOJ
Mica Crystal Grits. -. .
Cruel... OrtlSf SherUi
Beat piKron Fornj . . .
: I 198
I'r.iic-. Brand Evaporated i
' ri i iv cm.. 47c; big can.
cani; 5 ib. can, 4c. 2-lb. v
PURE HIJCKWHEAT FLOUR
mpurtcd in fram 0)01
tc. 2 lb. van. . . -
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
FANCY RYE Pl-OUR
BF.ST OtlAI.ITY FARINA .
NBC PIvARL BAR) EY
CRANUI ATEU CORN MF.A1
rsixow SPLIT PEAS
NE' ROLLED OAT.MF.AL. .
a mil I HEAD RICE
IMPORTED LIMA BEANS
i H Hi
BEST iiRANDl A 1 1 I) M;(,Ak
lb. cotton bat
FRENCH Ol IVE Oil Mm', brand, fuar
I.atreJ abaolutely purt;
r.f 3 2A cm. 12.74; 7 lr
SI 71 mam -I 1ft- ... CUV r.n . '
T -T" ' ' I "1
ROBERTSON'S ORANI.E MARMA
Al ASKA PINK SAIMON -dor
. II.I5 I lb. can
ROMFORD RAKIN4, l'0'l)ER now uaad In
our coolrlBi a.-hool; J-lb. can, 74c; iKp
l it can. 2.: V-lk. cas v
Anrhraoitt coat acretii.ix. i.omBrra9ed to
lf htpt; citn-burnlnK toal for vou
parlor ffraMa, Movtt or Cor crtan hou9
purpu; Itavaa no clmkari or coal
he , bit ma aa f in i .isar i.fie ,
M rb. bi, 25 lb bis. 12 lb baj,
49c 18c 10c
Dc.ivtrtd In dun proof btg$.
Kkk9rSo:kr, S."hni or National
RLavuit Cta'fl H rt. 0g pi-i Up
If99, fc packag
Candles ",';, T;,"n
Pmk, t'een or vl!o at : prit;
ou Ml us rhtm ftr k'l.ifn anj jtn
tfi! houchiild uae , H or 12 . 1 ii ,
New Canned Foods
(iRF.EN LIMA SUCCOTASH
Jot. SI jo, on
COOK'S FAVORITE SI'I.AR CORN
doi . 78c: na Ilk tea...
TENDER S1F.ET PEAS IT,
Fountain iuallv; dot . II 84; can
COMPASS ll'tANI) nr. .p ni.n, 0
doi . 11401 rtt I, laraa eas..asw
CAI IKIRNIA YELLOW PEACHt.S
Sutlar brand aitrs quality; ?c
doi., 12 84; rt 12v can
immn luiMlsfi ,t""i Heaf.l
MAIN BUI L DIN G-
T Trimmed Millinery
$7.50 to $12.50
$15 to $20
An imposing array of beautiful hats for all occasions.
Most favored European and American modes are in this col
lection now offered at fractions of former prices.
Remember, please, that The Big Store's regular prices for
trimmed millinery are the lowest In town by a heavy margin.
(MAIN Building. Flrat
-MAIN Bill LDI.SU-
Particularly Smart In
Style and Jutt Right
for Present Hear.
There's positively nothing
belter in the millinery lint.
lor use between season
ihan one ol our famous
I hey are made of plush, in the close-Ntting soft
effects that conform to the lines ol the face.
Three styles two having "ears" ol plush in front,
(he other with bow si front.
"BUUe Burke" Hat, at 59c
A charming clfect in a plush hood, made with
elastic at back snd bund snd buttons across hum.
(MAIN Building, Flrat Floor.)
Rouble frtf Hreen Trading Stamps with Purchases Before 12 o' Clock -Single Stamps 'i n iu YOllk1 bHOPPlXi CENTER