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ON CONFESSION 0
INDICT TWO MORE
Nimes of Additional Men Ac
cused by Grand Jury in Arson
Inquiry Are Kept Secret
DROWNED FIGHTING BLAZE.
O . r rr-n m In Flooded
Cellar ! RU I.I fa.
PT. LOOTS, Mo, Jan. . On Dra
mas wm drownsd and tan war onr
eon whll ft-ht1n flrs at th plant
f the Oon4i-NJ Olaee Company,' wetar,
So. MOO Worth Broadway, to-flay. The
poll belief the fire dm start by
Th flramtn swtsred th tvaasmant.
whsr thr "were room. Tho ba
nnt bad to en flooded by an aotomatlo
eprtaUe. Charles Kosetsr, a itpin,
by ether ianasa ana, ran
la fhraa tea a
GRAY, FADED HAIR, OR BEAUTIFUL,
DARK. ATTRACTIVE-CHOOSE, MADAM!
Two nw rndsetmente charging arson
wr filed to-day wittf Judo Roaalaky
by tli Orand Jury Investigating th
nrebuir conspiracy laid bar by th
confessions of "Ity" Stein and Sam
OoM. Th nam of th persons ln-
ouoted war not mad public
On of th regular January Orand
Turin of th Court of General Session
wHl be conttnuad throuch th month of
sTebroary aololy to find lodletmenta
ajajnet persone accused In th confes
sions of Stein and other. Btsln haa
been confessing for two wak and ap
parently ha Just basjun hie rsoltal of
th operation of the arson lyndleate
It la expected he will need another fun
month to tell all ha knows about flrea
be amrted or flree h aranared. Al
ready he has involved more than one
bundred persona many of whom bare
fled the city.
Qaorge Oruta, the Harlem broVer and
adjuster, who waa first arraated after
the oonfeaaion of 0am Oold and who I
now held under S26.O00 ball, waa named
in two of the papers filed yesterday.
Tour indictment ' has been found
arelnst htm. Oruta'a connection with
theee two other Area wa fully described
by lasy Stain, "the chief firebug." Stain
de lared that Oruta waa th Instigator
of both of them and the man who
pocketed the greater par of the profit.
Oruta eairaared yeiterday as hi cown
ael Robert H. Elder, formerly Assistant
District-Attorney of Kings Count"
Of th other ln!lctmenta filed yester
day thre were against tenanta and one
against a firebug whom they hlrd ru
build flr for them at th Instigation of
on of the adjuaters alreadly under ar
rest. In on of th lntanca th flr
waa In a prosperous Harlem 1 lorlng ea
tabllshment Before th fire naa start
ad Insurance for double value of the
stork waa obtained. Following this mast
f the contents of the shop were re
moved, soma or the rood went to a
pawnbroker's shop nnd th rest ware
stored in a nearby loft A quantity ot
mas and old clothing waa substituted.
After the flr an adjustment aatlafac
tory to the owner nnd to the firebug was
obtained from the Insurance company.
WIRE SHOCkVdOY ON TRAIN.
Says Sage Tea Mixed With
Sulphur Restores Natural
Color and Lustre.
Gray, faded hair turned beautifully
dark and lustrous almost over night is
a reality, if you'll take the trouble to
mil sage tea and sulphur, hut what's
the use, yon get a large bottle of the
ready-to-use tonic called "Wyeth's
Sags and Sulphur Hair Remedy" at
drug stores here for about SO cents.
Millions of bottles of "Wyeth's" are
sold annually, aays a well-known drug
gist, because it darkens the hair so
naturally and evenly that no one can
tell it has been applied.
You just dampen a sponge or soft
brash wtth Wrath's Sage and Sulphur
and draw It through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time. Those
whose hair Is turning gray, becoming
faded, dry, ecrsggty and thin have a
surprise awaiting them, because after
just one application the gray hair van
ishes and your locks become luxuriantly
dark and beautiful all dandruff goes,
scalp itching and falling hair stops.
This is the see ot youth, gray-haired,
unattrseti ve folk aren't wanted around,
to get hsjsy with the Sage and Sulphur
to-night and you'll be amazed at your
youthf ui'appearance and the real beauty
and healthy condition of your hair with
in a few days, inquiry at arug stores
here shows that they ail sail lots
of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur" and
the folks using it are enthusiastic.
B. G. Latimer & Sons Co.
10 to 40 Below Usual Prices
we were to devote a whole column of space to
t he inducement a offered at our semi-annual Furni ture
Sale, we could not be any more convincing than our
plain figure! offered below. Choose the particular
article of interest to you, look about town and then
make a personal inspection of our stock. Every
article of furniture it up to the Latimer etandard.
Riding on top of a southbound New
Tork. New Haven and Hartford freight
train through the Uronx shortly before
noon to-day, Joseph nurna, seventeen
years old. or No. S7 Eagle avenue, the
Bronx, ram In contact with an over
heed reed wire.
The shook tossed htm to the ground,
where he was found lylnir unconaclaua
by the conductor of the train. H waa
removed to the Lebanon Hospital,
where It was aald, he Is dying.
Bdllor Parget of Contempt.
Millard J. Hloomer, editor of the Har
lem Local, who was arrested Tuesday
night on an order signed by Surrogate
Cohalan, was released yesterday on an
Order slimed by the Surrogate. H wa
casamltted for a technical violation or
an order made by Surrogate Fowler, In
not fillnx a supplementary accounting
In th tat ot T. J. uioomer, of which
he as administrator. He Intends to have
th action of the (Surrogate reviewed on
Dreassrs, CbesssUa Walnut ...
ChUlsnhrs, Oressslsn Wsksst. .
Thre Piece Parks Stab
Desks, various weeds
China or Crystal Closets
Brass Beds, guaranteed lacquer
. RularlTZ5.00, MS.OO.
Special 21.50, 40.00,
. .RejuUrly $23.50. $32.00,
Special 19.50, 27.50,
ReruUrly $J8.50, $48.00,
Special JJ.50, 41.50,
. Refulsrly $.50, $J3.50,
Special 25.00, 28.50,
. . RsfuUrly $50.00, $75.00,
Special COO, (5.00.
RepsWIy $11.00. $18.00,
Special MS, 15.00,
Reiularly $13.50 $20.00,
Special 11.50, 17.00,
. KeguJ.rly $22.75, $39.50,
Special 19.50, 33.00,
Rsfulsrly $10.50, $39.50,
Special 14.00, 30.00.
Reiubrly $13.50, $23.50,
Special 11.50. 18.50.
45.00. 75 JO
$30.00. :;i JD0
in rultnn Ct fi. P hthiich tiuo Rinnk un
I UllUII Us IX I iuiuuom niws viuumju
(Niilni Street Subway Station et our corner.)
Newark, N. J.. Store, 49 and 51 Market Street jj gSggjg
w Arrnunti I none h r rrrr
$5 to $1,000
' On Small Week If Haymeots
f WE GiVLKRfcK INSURANCE
In caae of the death of tho wage
sarner ' f your family wo wHI at
once give you a receiptsd bill in
full of your account without exfVa
charge. We protect your family
aejainat mlsfoi tuns.
You mav open art account with
advertised articlea or have added
to your account any advertised
Without Any txtra Charge
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS IKS
ON ALL PURCHASES MADE THIS WEEK!
DOUBLE aMf TRADING STaAMPS
On All Payments Made on Accounts During This Week
15 Golden Oak
Morris rf Oft
brnd Mr ma,
t ovrr. tl
$8 Lxlrg Urge
ttolld Oak Chif
fonier, a u I l a
slie uDd well
niede. I Ive MSB
drawer, w o a 1
II i I I .a I u
A arred saliery.
$1.25 Solid Oak i
Holld oak. high bark,
raa e a I I verv
strong runstrueUon :
ma unusual valu at
rSale of Hiph-Grade Brass Beds at Prices Less Than Manufacturers' Cost
200 Cerjj in All All Sisat All "nishes No Quantities ol Any One Pattern
SI 7 Bras Red
$40 Brusa Bed
2-lnrh prnle. with heavv kanb ..vases.
Ilesvr tllllns reds with T-Ball rua
aerlloae. fuel efferi In head aad
foul. Hast Kaallsn laraucr.
I f w
Two-lneh eeatianou noot with ex
tra asavr nil ore la head aad fool,
laws rod ends with Ian husks.
$20 nrasa Bed IF vfVV1 H
a v l .in it - MHi.L i I II
Broadway, Fourth Avenue,
Eighth to Tenth Street.
Annual Sale of Gloves
Men's, Women's, Children's
10,725 Pairs of Broken Sizes. Styles Not to Be Re-ordered, Slightly
Soiled Gloves and Gloves Lined with Fur, Wool or Silk
$19,048 of Wanamaker Value for $10,493
Tomorrow. Saturday, is the Day
Disposal Starts Promptly at 8:30 o'Clock
Gloves that are long or short, white or black, tan or gray, designed for dress
or informality, for driving or walking, for blizzards or summer.
AH Wanamaker Gloves
Made of selected skins over our own perfected
measurements by the most expert glovers abroad and
in America. It is our regular oncc-a-year riddance
from every box in our stockroom and glove section of
broken sizes, gloves showing traces of handling and all
styles not tabe duplicated for the coming season.
Every Glove Is Uninjured
in make and quality of skin meaning that none is
ripped or mended and that from button to finger-tip
they are Wanamaker standard, except in some few
cases where they are slightly soiled.
There are more lined gloves than usual because of
the mild winter and prices are consequently less than
ever before quoted.
Easy to Find the Rifcht Size
it is a classified sale. Clearly marked signs show
the original price and sale price.
$2, were ti to $582 pain
fur and fur-lined gloves.
$1.50, were $3.75 to $4.25
70 pnirs long white gloves.
Maiu floor, Old Building.
$1, were $1.25 to $3.50
S700 pairs long and short kid
and suede gloves; long cape
and mocha lined gloves, also
65c, were 80c to $21618
pairs pique and overseam
glace, short gloes and long
silk and wool glm os.
Mala Aisle, Old liuilding.
This is the only time in twelve months
Wanamaker gloves at such small prices.
35c, were 50c to $1.25
107.1 pairs short and long silk
gloves, chamois and lisle.
10c, were 15c to 50c-400
pairs short and long lisle
Subway floor. Old Buildiag
(l SOS Fair)
$2, were $3.50 to $6.50
103 pnirs rape and mocha
gloves lined with fltece and
$1, were $1.50 to $2 14.19
pairs kid, mocha and lined
glove'. Regttlat (ilove Store
IturliiiKlon Arcade floor. New Bldg.
50c, were II 944 pairs
fined gloYrs and a few of
mocha, tinlined. Sperisl Table
Burlington Arcade floor, New Bldg.
$1, were $1.50, $2.25-
pairs fleece and fur-lined
50c, were 1181 pairs mit
Main floor, Old Building
25c, were 50c to $1.75
966 pairs huck gauntlets and
10c, were 25c to 50c :J0
pairs children's wool gloves.
Subway floor. Old Bld.
that you can get these
Men's nnd women's umbrellas of sturdy hluck American
$1.25, Usually $2
Umbrellas f giH.d-looking uni n taffeta.
Men's with natural wood handles.
Women's with mission or fum y handles.
Bubway H-M.r, Old Huilding.
Fountain Pens, 75c
Usually at $1, $1.50 and $2
Manufacturer in 'clearing his
trek has turned over to us six
lui ml ied giiHruiuccd-f'ir- ne-year
Cases are mostly chased, many
arc decorated with sterling silver
r filled gold, l'ens are 14-karat
Main loafi Old lliuMin
Many of Our Most Desirable Blankets
and Quilts Are Marked Very Low
Included in these sharply redured bedclothes are first quality California woolen
blankets at $5.45 to $18 a pair earlier $7 to $44. Sonic specially good number! arc:
$s.75 blankets, $6.50 pair $10.50 blankets, $7.75 pair
$9.50 blankets, $7 pair $12 imported art blankets, $9 each
The values offered in down and lambs'-wool quilts exceed anything in our
past experience. $4.25 to $15 are the reduced prices on quilts formerly $5.50 to 40.
All are fresh and dainty, hygienicully filled and substantially covered with attractive
silks or imported sateens. Some .specially good numbers arc:
Our home-filled down quilt covered with fine flowered sateen,
full size, and never sold before at this price tomorrow, $4.25
$7 lambs'-wool quilts, $5 $15 down quilts, $11.75
$10 down quilts, $7.50 $20 down quilts, $15
Cold weather is bound to come. The housewife with these good blankets nnd
quiltl in her bedding closet will be ready for it. Sevrntb ;iiry, Ne Building.
Bedding Specials in the
Underprice Store Saturday
White woolen hlnnkrts, $1.00 a pair, formerly $4.50. Single bed.
White woolen blankets, $4.45 a pair, formerly U. Double bed.
Plaid blanket s, $1.50 a pair, were $4.45. Double bed.
White crochet bedspreads, $1.10, were $1.35. Full bed size hemmed.
Subway Hear, Old Building.
Imported Jewelry Novelties
75c to $35 Were $1.25 to $60
Several hundred pieces of gold-filled, gun-metal
and sterling silver jewelry novelties, mostly one or
two of a kind. AH at least a third less and the major
ity only one-half former prices.
Tempting values in gold-filled chatelaine mirrors,
match safes, card cases, cigarette cases, cigar cutters,
pocket knives, pencils and mesh bags, gun metal cara
cases, stamp boxes, memo tablets, vanity and cigarette
cases; French cut jet pieces, sterling silver brooches,
lavallieres, plaques, bar pins, veil pins and bracelets,
rings, pearl sautoirs and collars.
Now 7flc to $35 earlier $1.5 to $00. On sale to
morrow nnd the best prizes will of course go first.
Mala floor, Old Btaldiag.
Two Downs for Boys
$9.50 Suits, Now $6
Two-trousers suits from our regular stock.
Fancy mixed all-wool cheviots and tweeds, in Nor
folk ami double-breasted styles. Site range broken.
$10 Overcoats for $6 JO
A secial purchase. Wc used the same quality of
materials in our $10 overcoats earlier in the season.
(iray, brown and olive mixtures, double-breasted,
convertible collar, belted back.
Burlington Arcade floor. New Building
Paris simplicity is shown
in the charming model of
white lawn with pleated
footing edging the sailor
collar and band in front
where the blouse fastens.
It is the prettiest $350
model ever in the Girls'
Lingerie waists at $4,
$4.50 and $4 have attrac
tive new notes ail arc made
exclusively for this store.
These $1 Waists
fvrry girl of 14 to 18 years should
. Marvelously good in ma
terial and unusually simple and
youthful in their trimming of
colored piping. ! rliey have rag
Third floor. Old Building.
If you care to see the
most popular petticoats we
have, ask for the guaran
teed Duehessc messalinc
ami taffeta in changeable
colors at $3.85.
Fresh supplies also of
rich silk skirls in exquisite
colors and new styles, $5
bird floor, Old 11 nit 'inn.
Morocco and Pin
Seal Hand Bags
$2, Usually $3
January is a dull month
for makers of leather bags.
One of them, to keep His
workmen busy, made up
for us a very special little
collection of bags to sell at
$1 less than usual. Four
bong envelope hags of Moroc
co, having hill fold on envelope
flap, inner frame purse, and two
pockets holding card caae aad
Morocco shopping bag with
strap handles and pockets on
either side the inner frame.
Square Morocco envelope bag
with fancy clasp.
Fine pin seal bag, oblong in
shape finished with unusual
Brown, Mack and navy blue.
Main floor. Old Building.
' Cross barred handker
chiefs with hemstitched
hems arc especially good at
New lace and embroidery
trimmed handkerchiefs have
just come at $1.50 dozen.
Colored handkerchiefs to
match the hat or contrast
with one's gown. 14c
Subway floor. Old Building.
Men's $4 to $7 shoes for $3.65
Tan or blsrk calfskin and patrnt
Burlington Art-sdr floor, Nrw Bldg.
Women's S4 Shoe for $3--Dull
saUslda and patrnt Uathef.
Women's fS and $ Shoe for
$J.69 Tan and hUrk calf and patent
Irather Main floor. Old Build lag,
Men's 4 and $5 Shoes for S3.85
Kid, dull ralfskin, patrnt Irather and
' tan. Buttoned and laced styles.
Olrl's $3 Shoes for ll.M Good
yrnr welted and atitched. Kid laced
hoc with low heels etcellent for
girls snd small women. Sises AM to
' . in C. D. E widths.
Shoe trees, worth ft, now Sic
Subway floor. Old Btaldiag.
Splendid Winter Coats for Women, $9.50
Earlier in (he season it would have been impossible II.
to get a coat t broadcloth or cheviot lined throughout
with satin at this price.
But now id I sizes nre here.
Women who wenr size :H to 41 will also find warm, smartly
fashioned eouts of mixtures, tan polo cloth, black and white
broken cheeks nnd hlnek nnd blue serge.
Wc arc sorry we have only one hundred but the hundred
women who get them will be glad we had any.
Subway floor. Old Building
The Very Pair of Shoes You Want
At Par Less Than You Expected to Pay
Shoes for men , women and children, of the Wanamaker
quality- made for comfort, service and style.
Last Saturday of This
Full assortments ready of all the lowest -priced but H
well-made Kurment.s winch we shall probably not have fj
again until next May.
Drawers with lawn ruffle, 15c
Drawers with lace and embroidery, 25c
Nightgowns, low or high neck, 50c
Short Petticoats with lace, 25c
Long Petticoats with embroidery, 38c
Chemises with lace, 35c
Percale Petticoats, 25c
Black and white stripes with scalloped edge or j
plain flounce of percale. Subway Soar. Old Building. fl
' n w.