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TJIE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 94, 118.
QRL ROBBED ON GAR
DETECTIVE TOLD HER
Then She Pleaded for Young
Pickpocket, Caught as He
ptlT to Polio Hssdqaertera and en
V. Hutybard ro'ns alone.
l ru v she consented and later aha
apai d In Jcfarann Market Court aa
complainant aralnst tlie prltonar. who
aid ha was Harrv nranner, nineteen,
of No. ST Rr-ond avenue.
The puree cumuli, , I ten oenta.
under. serf y.utli Jimi-pm nlmly
a MMOU ! Kdiirtenrh strt
OS aa It appriiaihel Hixtli avenue to
esr, dodged arouii'l th mid of the put
arm and eprlnto,l fit. the sidewalk.
Mfht after him cme two husky men,
nWfil him by the arms and
temucht him up standlr In his traolca.
the car!" called one of the man
a the conductor. "Wet detectlvea."
The oonductor stopped uh. car. De
ttStlT.s Casaaeea, one of the iwo,
stated aboard, while Ma partner, M
Kanoa, held the -outh In the street.
Oaeaaesa asked Mlaa L'leanor lluhbard,
aTSaastter. on her way to work, to
step off the car.
Tour pocket has eeen picked." ha
Tha glni put her hand In her pocket
Bar paras wma rone. She left the oar,
ltd atoKanna flatted the purse out of
tha pooket of the youth, who promptly
dropped to Ilia knees nnd kaJSaa to aob.
Don't proaecute, mine," he In (raid.
'Tra ibsan out of work, an' I was on
ma way up to llarli'm to set a but
I hsd no oarfare and when i mw your
perae I couldn't help stealing It."
Miss Hubbard, moved toy the tears of
tha youth, said she didn't want to prne
eoute. Bhe went further nnd offered to
lira htm half the money in tin- purse
If tha detectlvea would let him go. But
th dstectlves Insisted on taking thslr
ORUG STORE TO GET $547.
Jewelry Valued at SOO Is Also Part
of Loot in Dirin? Williams
H;fc-'ilrwers rot into the drug strre
of Henry M. Fceser. nt No. DM Orand
street. V!1llama'-urx, early to-day, and
carried off IM7 and Jcnekry valued at
1700, aTter they hud almost wrecked
ths store with aa ovsrohart at nitro
glycerine. Lights burn br't"hty In ths drsig store
11 night, and In Its t - the b irr
who hsd cilrrtbed over ftm-ee from Man
hattan avenue an! pr'ed away the hire
prote-tlnf the renr win lows, wheeled
the b flve-fix,t s.iV behind 111" pre
The heavy flOOra fr Vored and plLe
of set newapipcr ball kel around the
eefe to deaden the Sound Hut the ex
plosion shook Hi,- hulldlinr and rattled
windows for Mocks around. Kvery one
in the ne rh'horho(Kl leird the detona
tion, apparently, hut Che police dottles
cime craehlne; down from their shelves
riid splattered rhcmlc.ils over the Moor.
HlMrwoasee wx-re , na.lied and the pre
scription counter Iteelf overturned The
doora of the safe were blown Into the
middle of the room.
Ieeplte sll the nolie the robber,' WM
not dls'-mered until Mr Feeser ceme
to open the store at o'clock.
Space will not permit
all we would tell of
their goodness Nine
"see for yourself'
IM I D-DAY CABARET. EIGHTH FLOORI
MSDCm AVEm19T02Om 'STREET
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER-
$1.95 lap ro 1
Ion Cloth Veil. .
BOWELS SLUGGISH, LIVER TORPID,
fat g CVi 1 - NJIf? IUKA. O OtlJfflH
ai aawarats no-
Vein JH yr. Ions. 71 incase
-I' Mad nf hlah srsds ehlffsa
loth, with satin iripd Km tr. Alice
B tie, Lavender, s.iw. Wistsrle. L!sM
Blue. I'lnk, Brown. Old Rose. Chaaa
i wiitte snd tilack. Vtr Mmim Ft.
1301 llr. a r
OOft I" eAI ftroadea? a P" -
HIH Hi a.lar ll '7 Hr RTNuaa.iat.
ci.M.Y nrtisiKI.V.N HTORK.
KTI Hilton at . ' " a ItT Itstl
No oHil.a how liml your liver, stomach
or bowrla; how much your head aches;
how miserable and uncomfortable you
are from constipation, indigestion,
biliousness and alugisb intestines
you always get the desired results with
Clean your atomnrh, liver and bowels
to-night; end the headache, biliousness,
distiness, nervousness, sick, aotir, gassy
stomach, bsrkeihe and all other dis
tress; relieve your torpi l liver and con
stipated bowels of all ti.e sour bile,
gases and rlogged-up waste whirh is
producing the misery.
A 10-ren bos of f'sararets keeps
your head clear, stomach sweet, liver
and bowels regular and you feel cheerful
and bully for months. Don't forget the
children their little insides need a
good, gentle, cleansing too.
CI NT BOXCS 'ANY ORUO STORE
. al tin aV HA PffHT RQIIS awMnaB'
IM I BI ' -ii
Id 1' :
3 Rooms at $49.98
4 Rooms at $74.9
5 Rooms at $124.98
Homes Furnished Complete
$3.00 Down on $50 Worth
$3.00 $75 "
$7.50 " $100 "
O nwtnrdae Rernlaa I nill in.
ao BSTHa cnaiini ron n.
laana,im ula lac u. World nar
sst aov-r. an Inatrtot Masnassj siBss
s r. aa.
At the Five Big Brill Stores
A Red Letter Day for Men and Young Men
The One Day Above All Others to Secure Some
of the Greatest Overcoat Bargains Ever Offered.
Overcoats Reduced in Most Instances to
Less Than Half Off
20 $18 and 15 Overcoats
Reduced to $8.50
$45, $40 and s38 Overcoats
Reduced to 19.50
Included in This Remarkable Sale
Are Ovorcorits of almost .-very kind, class and description Overcoats for buiittOM wear, drcs
wear, scini-drcss occasions, automobile wear and big( warm Storm Ulsters for blustery , stormy
days of which there'll he many before lontf thousands of Overcoats in this season's many mix
tures, models and styles. Wonderful bargains every one of them.
Semi-Antiual Clearance Bargains in Suits
$25, $22 & $20 $1 O eni35' $32 & $30 $1R Bfi$4ft. $10 & $38 $1 Q En
2..!ic lMw XtJotJU Suits. Now lUiUU,sita Now AlJoUII
Suits. Now AWIU . Suits. Now
$$.50 Oiercoat On Sale at 4 Stores Only. Not at 49th Street
All Other Overeoats and Suits Mentioned Here On Sale at All J Sttnes
2?o BROADWAY. NEAR CHAMBERS STREET BROADWAY, AT 49th STREET
UNION SQUARE, 14tb ST., Near Broadway r, COKTLANDT ST., Near Greenwich
135th STREET, CORNER THIRD AVENUE OPEN EVENINGS
UNION SQUARE AND HARLEM STORES OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
Winter coat of Atrarlian cloth and wool chinchilla;
clevrr looc lina or MUiflttod stylcn with muftler collar
of plush nnl trimming of liraiH ornanipnU or buttons.
Some lined throughout with luatroun satin. Size for
lasts, juniors and small women. Formerly sold to$18.7A.
to Clot at 112.75
Clearance of MO
hitfh Ha, coats, nuit
allc fir dress or gen
erai utility wear. All
MutcriaU include wool
Astrakhan, It o u c I e.
Chinchilla and hand
Home coatings, lined
throughout or partly
lined with guaranteed
satin. Sizes 14 to 18.
Values to $ii.S0.
Misses' and Juniors'
Winter Suits to
Close at $15.00
Clearance of entire
tok of high grade
suits, including many
new models of late
purchase and all beau
tiful fabrics in desir
able colorings, in niT.cn
18 to IN years. Values
Misses' $12.75 Serge Dresses at $9.75
Assemblage of new Spring models, fashioned of man
nish serge, in smart tailored effects; included is a clever
Bolero model, as illustrated, with embroidered lingerie
collar, silk tie nnd button trimming. Sizes I I t I s cars
Clearanoa of 00 Girls' Winter Coats of wool
cheviot, full length, with many clever collar effects, in
sir.es 6 to 14 years; formerly sold to $7.5(1; reduced to
aVHImmoa Crawford Co.. Third Flow. Oa Sail. Ti-IUmw.
Exceptional Coats for
Afternoon and Evening Wer
Priced at $32.50
Value $39.75 to $45.00
Entirely out of the ordinary are these new coats.
They are elegantly tailored even to the smallest details,
such as fancy inside kerchief pockets and other fixings
that smart women demand. The richest materials are
employed, including Velour du Nord, Seal I'lush,
Velvet, etc. Linings are of brocaded or pastel shades
of guaranteed sntiu, also Persian silk or peau de cygne.
Many of the coats are elegantly embroidered; some are
treated with silk braid, others are plain. We have a
limited number only to I ffer at this price,
XT Third tletSi On Nal. To-Murrsw. No Mall Ordats.
ClearanceDay in Children'sCoats
Closing Out Children's Coats at
Values up to $5.75.
WnS&il ffi chi,dren Norf,k anj
Children's corduroy, chln
chillu cloth, zibeline, plain
cloth anrt mixtures; all the
wanted colors; sixes to 5
Bo Coats at 3.9
Corduroy, chinchilla cloth
-siV I lannel lined, broadcloth
i) Mlastraehaii, cheviot and mix
JJ "lures; cut 'nil an. I we
8 tailored, in all ths detirabk
to 5 years. allies ii to $7.t)8.
Children's Coats at 9 5.00
Kxeellent quality corduroy, chinchilla, caracul cloth
anil mixture, also polo coats; sizes 4 to 5 years. Values
up to $1S.M.
fcaMlnian Crawford Co.. Nr. ..ml lloor. On Tn-Morrnw.
Now or Never for That O'coat
t87Men't()'coatThat Are Poiitivly S2S toS35Valus
To-Morrow at $14.85
Blame it all on the weather ! If we
had enjoyed the usual winter weather
we wouldii t have had anything like
these values to offer now. Just be
cause a high class manufacturer antici
pated a cold January and was disap
pointed we were able to buy
180 coats that were mmle
to sell at SJf.OO
801 coats that were made
to sell at IN7.50
2i coats that were made
to sell at $S0.00
80 coats that were made
to sell at M.M
32 coats that, were made
to sell at $85.00
Brand new coats, just fresh from the
workshops of one of New York's most
SinrU braaataxt coata
Double hroaataxi coats
Shawl collar coata
Sizes to fit men and
tT MmaiB ( rswforil
young men of
Sr, nd l l.,.,r on Sal. To-
Clearance Day To-Morrow
In Men's Furnishings
Negligee Shirts, 89c; Values to $2
Twice a year, just before inventory, we go through
our stock of better grade shirts and take out all depleted
lines, together with the shirts that have bsSBJ mussed,
and mark them at a price that will clear them out in
one day. To-morrow is the day. Materials are imported
and domestic pefCfcUs and madras, with neat stripes
and figures. All coat models and attached cuffs. Plaited
and plain fronts. Choice at 89c.
Men's Neckwear at Half Price to Close
The half-dollar scarfs tie are our regular $1.00.
They are made of imported and domestic silks in the
wide open-end shape and the English square shape.
All arc desirable colors and patterns.
The 25c ties are our regular 50c scarfs, in plain
colors and stripes, wide open-end shapes being favored.
arSaaaeeea Cratrrsrd 0m Mela rise. Oa Sale Te-Mewea).
Outfit Your Boy To-Morrow
$6.50 and $7.50 Suits and
Overcoats at $3.85
The suits are from our regclar stocks, but the lota are
broken. Norfolk and dotible-hn-astedst yles, some with ertrn
pair of knickcrbockcr trousers. Fancy gray mixtures,
cheviots, tweeds and corduroys. Sises 7 to 15 years.
Boys' Overcoats, of chinchilla, in blue and paart
also novelty styles, or gray mixtures; Russian, junior
Chinchilla Polo Coats, lined with flannel; also
blue kersey coats, witli fur collars. Sizes S to 10 yean.
For Big Boys, long convertible collar overcoata, of
ai cy gray, brown and mixtures; serge lined. Siaea 10
Boys' 50c. Flannel Blouses at 35c.
Light and dark grays and blues; khaki colors.
Boys' 14.00 Velour Hats at $2.50.
Boys' $3.00 Chinchilla, Corduroy and Velvet Rats,
all styles. $1.98.
Ir Hlnipatw Cra.fsrd Co., Km-sad Floor. Oa Sale To.Merr.wa "a.'
mm a Bfc m Cnnltril to MrfMttM O fl r
HAM wuf.-r illMd; Id - H
ORANGES juiSi ; 3e
nninr i:diiit !
URnrc riui i
r. a ra.attolii'"-l". Ill OllTS
aAKUIfsC oil lafflS ')
l lrrtt to-morrow.
Koal Stuart blend:
rt-K 40fl Bee, , . .
( .nr. Tula
PEANUT BUTTtR -40-ounoe jar
I lnm...u ( nawford ( . SKtli I loor. On Mul. To-Murrew.
A 1 KT . e
avance loiice or yt a
Our February Sale of ? LFIHI! UMF
To-dav we tell VOU of two more of tli
the great February Sale. Advance rl
at sale prices, provided delivery is taken immediately
big bargain f(ir
will lie accented
For the convenience of those to whom it may
be of service a plan of deferred payments may be
arranged with our credit department.
1 1 snffffi
x-:u!: ..'r ' -.TMM
This $100 This $3.50 Lat-8-Piece
Dining tan Rocker at
Room Set al ; M i o
Can be used in an
Ail quartered oak, room in the houi
i, i Jr " ' "isser!- luiiidsomelv made.lyou will nave to l
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w nw- j a I nr MH, si n III. ii it- li" I, , .11 11 . .lllllllit .
I ""',jpa able offering of this morning if you wunl
tr It was as Caseins' ... urn, i i.r
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.
On Sol TSaMsffaei
191 II TO 20 TH STRE1 1 i
A seven-time World Want works all the week
Order one to-day, and prosper .