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THI EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1918.
t M to mak chn In lb- ninrn- i
Hnntt it In twftity-two ' Brl of
H la a lar-, llni:iiikinii min IM
pljri thi purl of a trotpa'OM MMMM
man without any IfOllMf
Arronlln to lti polio, h waa
fnr.iirly n mninlxr of the Cnnt Ar
tillery at Fort Uatika, ami tMpfakral ,
two ycara ago hum a at Yuma. 1
IS THIS PRISONER;
To Quickly introduce
Our Latest Great Achievement in a
noss williamTfather dead
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1 Charla. Willlami, the father of ROM
' I William. Tammany lx-1rr fur the H v- I
I enteenth Aaaemhly li(r!"t, dle.l at hla !
MniiaiTU Who 1 Wt ArniV tO nome. No JM V. l Mm ty-hth atrrM. I
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tilt morning nt the age of alxty-flve.
Mr. William lived Mg ntlre life In th
fllatrlit ahlrh hla Bow repreaenta In
Become Holdup Man, Wants
Police to Understand.
ROBS ONLY RICH
IfOSTON.Jaji. I-Winiarr J Mona
ru, "th (jeVitlemaii hamllt.'' who l.
vi'.l t'e roiatln of army llfi fir iha
ri-tr of a "holoVup" toian. waa tiroiifht
lit tWtpn tr.-.lay and h -II la I.M a I
for tnr Ur in. I Jury.
Meeaa.rea rereto-vd V"" the poMre frore
PKtel.nral and f,hiava1tita end to
eoaflrm Iha young mwn'a Naatt that he
operated tui-rewf lalljre In thoaa citlea. In.
a diary found upotr M:.'i he had cradttod
hrmaHf all with roll). lea In New
Tor. Buffalo ami OlaVataSat Tlia fliai
of theae r.im.mq ! In New Tork on
Daa. 17. H rtaltad only aapreea and
railroad pan.r t ki oflloaa.
-lona-u oami to town on Tiieaday
ad radatared at a. 7 tn.-it May hotel a
William J. Clarion. ,He apent two daya
looklnc ovar tha tt I l.rfor daatdln
lo atteoapt tha rwftary of an uptoan
railroad ll'ket office. Mia MrtOltaa
aa unfortun t one .for him when lie
rt, tared th plat e laali nlnT and draw
trig a revolver damaiklml tha contcnta of
Um aafe. Ttierc were Ino leaa than half a
doaaa naraoaa preaent. one of whom
lipped out a reai dpur and Kava th
alarm, Monacu loat Hla nerve and fled
and waa aoon captured
la daaorlbtng hla 'lt to tha pollre
to-day Monaiu waa particularly anxl
oua that they ahould una arataml that be
wag a "gantlaman" bartdlt. Ha robbed
oaly tboaa who oonld art ird to loaa.
"I never took from ttH' poor," ba aa!d
proudly, "my game waa' thoaa who had
mot than they needed. For Inetance,
In fttttaburgh. when I Wild up an olTlre
there, Included in my collection waa 17.
which' aro from the ftoakn of an m
ploy.' Th man told m that the
money waa Jila own. and all that he
had. I pmjtly haadad It back to him.
I am a bandit.-but a,gntlernan hamllt."
Mnnaguevaald that Bn jobbing an H e
In Clvebind he could n)id no rop with
whU-h to tie tl clerk. "I told him to
cut out th window otd." ha con
tinued, "and after be riakl handed It M
m. I bound htm aecurelN,
"In Philadelphia. wlwr) I obtained
1117, I aent back 11.27 ao that they would
When it is known that
its power to strengthen the
system and build up the
body is why Father John's
Medicine cures colds, it
will be understood why It
is so valuable as a tonic
and for driving the im
purities out of the system.
It feeds the tissues and
makes strength; prevents
pneumonia and consump
tion not a patent
medicine; pure and whole
some 50 years in use.
Save $5.50 to $35
And Choose Among 15000
Fine Suits & Overcoats
Ad Hachett-Carhart Stocks
The Hackett-Carhart reorganization make it imperative that
the entire preterit stock be tola at once.
This, too, it the season for a thorough clearance of counters.
So three it a doubWe tsona or immediate disposal of all Hackett-
And mark this: This ismo fag-end sale no offering of left
Every garment in each Hackett-Carhart stock is as fresh
newer of fabric, and latter of style than most New York stores
can show at the season's beginning.
At a matter of fact, many of to-day's Hackett-Carhart clothes
are ofpost -season creation.
This is why this sale is such a sensation. It is without precedent
in the entire fifty-six years of Hackett-Carhart history And the
future may never see itr equal.
It's your positive duty to prove this fact to yourself.
You may choose here to-day among a thousand fabric designs
in more than sixty different models. Including clothes for every
service for Dress, Business. Motor, College, School. Travel, and
Storm wear. In sizes for men. young men and boys.
Reorganization Clearance Sale
Following arc the lowest price ever quoted on fine
clothes in New York:
More than 2,000 Overcoats and A
Suits-Regular values $15, $18, U Cfl
$20 and $22.50. Are now ytetlU
More than 3,500 OvercoaU and A
Suiti-Regular Tallies $20, M 0 kfi
$2250, $25 and $28. Arenow. lUmOXj
More thaniOOOOvercoats and M
Suits-Repilar values $25,$28, iM C C A
$30 and $32.50. Arenow... JJIJ.JU
More than 3,500 Overcoats and Suits
Recutar values $30, $35, $37.50 and $40 1 Q
Are now Jlle7
More than 2,000 Overcoats and Suits
Regular values $40, $45 and $50. C9k
n... inn n cc ten I
nuwi uw vrauaw ew auau
$C5 values. CQA
Now $ JU
Mi Broadway Ml Broadway 1 19 W 42d St. M gist US f.
jjaatCHsihwrSt. atlJUiSt Near Broadway Near M Avcnu
SJhvtrtt Uey I la rear Uaoa3gjuan USwo LvewntJ Un I rmn
We will seU this
l to the
Regular Price $450.
Read carefully the reasons for this
and the conditions governing the bids
The Stcrlitonc is one of the most remarkable achiev
mc nts in piano manufacturing skill.
The first absolutely artistic Playerpiano of highest
quality in material and construction ever made at a
It embodies the exclusive features and advantages of
La '"aaaaaaaai laatB BaBMaaal
1 mm KjiStfgiiijn III
our larger instrument, the well-known Sterling Player
piano. Its design, its tone, its action and its honest construc
tion have been passed upon by some of the highest
mus:cal authorities in this country.
It is made entirely in our
Sterling Playerpiano Factory
nd carries the strongest kind of a guarantee.
A complete instrument, which will be found a matchless treasure
to those who play by hand, and a joy to everyone when played by
We have formed a plan by which to make the Sterlitone quickly
known in Greater New York.
We will sell one of the first Sterlitones to the person bidding the
highest price for it.
But please understand that the regular price of the Sterlitone is
$450 and that this one price alike to all will be strictly main
tained excepting in the special offer of this one introductory instrument.
You will find it of interest to examine this instrument, for the sake
of its own superior features.
But by sending in a bid you have a chance to get, practically at
your own price, the best 450 Playerpiano ever made.
The instrument is placed in our Fulton Street window where it
may be examined at leisure by anyone.
For those too busy to call during the day we will gladly make an
Please read carefully the
Conditions which Govern the Bids.
No Bid under 50 Dollars
They are simple and will be conducted absolutely on the square and open to the inspection of any bidder.
The bidder must live in Greater New York or on Lone Island.
j iic oia must dc ror casn oniy ana not less tnan 750.
The bid must be made in writing with the name and home address of the
bidder distinctly written and must give instructions for delivery.
The bid must be placed in a sealed envelope addressed to the Sterling
Piano Co., Advertising Dept. P, Brooklyn, N. Y. regular postage affixed
and mailed as a letter.
No oid will be accepted unless it comes through the mail.
No bid reaching us later than 6 P. M., January 31st, 1913, will be accepted.
Kach bid will be numbered in order as received from f he Post Office and
acknowledged as received.
No more than one bid will be accepted from the same bidder.
If there be more than one highest bidder, the bid reaching us first will be
Mr. B. P. Van Benthuysen, Cashier of the National City Bank of Brooklyn,
will examine the bids and make the award.
The successful bidder will be notified as soon as possible after January 31.
The Sterlitone will be delivered immediately after we get instructions from
the successful bidder.
The name and address of the successful bidder will be published in the
Don't forget that the bid must be in writing in a sealed envelope and sent
through the mails.
Don't forget that the bid must be addressed to the Sterling Piano Co.,
Advertising Dept. P, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The Sterling Piano Co.
Wholesale and Retail Warerooms: STERUNQ BUILDINO
518520 Fulton Street. Corner of Hanover Place, Brooklyn
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