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THE ITIM1MO WOKLi, ftlUA), JANUARY M, 1 9 i 6.
END WAS SUDDEN
:tim of Cerebral Hemorrhage
While in Apartment of
uatsve Curlers, ths composer, died
Baf'lenly In an apartment on the first
rleor of Time Court at No. 243 WM
jFlftjr-flrst strr-rt early this morning.
Ha u attrnrinl, in the feer minutes
ha llvorl after beln taken HI. toy Dr.
ttiiew IWttlo of No. 23t Wrt FKty-
etreet, who. In turn. riiiMd Ilr.
Sjitmln Wolff of Tlmei Court to he
iriwii.-l to hIiI In hie efforte to savr
comjx"er'B Ufti osygrn was eent
but before It arrived l.utlcra wae
Beattle nollfled Coroner llolii-
Mer, jrivlntr I'erebral liomorrhngo as
cause of death. The Coroner had
body removed to en undertakers
run on Twenty-third afreet, end did
notify the pnltre, Wio (Int heard of
death fromi rho newspaiier reportere.
Pollremaa Atiern mi detailed to get
ormalion. At Tlmea Court a tiall-
is'ho tOM the policeman he waa
stent superintendent of the bitlld-
said: "Nobody h.n died In this
6 pollreman then fot Dr. Wolff on
telephone, locating- him In the apart-
t where Mr. I.udere died. That
tment. aooor.llnir to the halltxiy,
occupied by Mlt "hell Obiay. Asktd
Mitchell Obrny was, the hallboy
ed: "Oh, lie's a theatrical man
at' all I kMW."
"Mr. l.udere urrlved at th home of
hla friends In thla Imli'llBK about 1
'clock," said Dr. Wolff. "Me com
plained of feeMng 111 and said he was
dlcy. Dr. Beattle was rolled In and
that the man wm Buffering f-otn
cerebral hemhorrage and that the case
waa sor'ous. He tent for me. Sir
sJers was dead, however, In twenty
nutes after Dr. Be.ittle re.ch-,l him."
3.:t, whn a repirter for The Kve-
li x World called. Or. Wolff eame out
mt the Ooray apannient aeeompmld
my several women and reluctantly re
lated wnut lii- h:id MM to the poliee-
lan. He wo , 1.1 not add anything to
a abatement. Nor would tha women
I Mr. Luders had been living lately at
be Hotel (Seymour, No. 44 West Forty -
rughth street. He ' I member of the
liamtx Club and spent good deal of
Mr. I.udera refused to see a nportrr
who aent Ms card to her at the Sey
mour. Later she said over the telephone:
Uly IWelmnl was w'.th me itttil S
clock lant evening.
"He had a business appointment with
woman, whose name I do not recall,
aac i imes i ouri. ne is a rnmner of
lha company plating: .Mr. I.uders's now
production at the Broadwnv Theatre.
"I do not know what thn business
pwaa he wished to dlscuxs with her, nor
do I knew III whose apartment he died
I only know that 1 was Informed of
ti's sudden death and wet.t there with
any daughter and Identified the body."
rtTuni ir pi no uctn cave
. M I Fill, ... ... Ill LA I U I
BECKWITH SEEKS FREE 'AD.'
Retaliates on Artist Who Took Hack
Portrait of Cardinal I ent to
Considering himself affrnnied because
'It was not DM pari) hung,'' Carroll
BerkRith Iihs taken back the portrait
of Cardinal Agliardi which he loaned
to the Catholic Club. M. .1. Muhiueen,
President of th" club, hai retaliated by
w:i' 'in the noted artist of trying to
gt newapaper no,terltty.
I Mr. Rcckwlth painted the portrait if
the Coancellor of tlie Vatican when in
Jlonn :n it'll, and w hen it wgi exhibited
Vat t:u- Century Club lie was alked to
let I he shown at Ilia Catholic Club,
He say at was gag xit on ternnoiaiy
board Ui tiie women's reception room
and WM neither draped nor lighted,
V ho lin ked up a wagon and look II
ba-'k to hie studio at the Kchnvler Hotel.
"We aonftdar tiie Btettira was very
'fell placed." aid Mr. Muhiueen to a
fopfirtcr. 'and in the o,iuion of in
ajdeera Mr. Hcckwitli Is seeking to
ajbuse, ha coiirtealea of the Gltlb ty at-
'igaropllnu to get a Utile advertising.
raThe portrait was hung In our moat
ejatenalvn room ami was well lighted."
f Vitality !
I TO RKSIST I I
V Winter's J I
1 fit WIILD'S AICATEST MEDICINE W
Al draiglett, grocere and Jf
el-slote. II IXa larfe hollle.
Tat NKi NU w hk r.. ay (fl
V Better Goods for the Same Money or the
A Manufacturer' 8 Clean-Up of
to $2 Fountain Pens
A truly remarkabla olfering, to
which we have added several hun
dred excellent fountain pen from
our own stock. Thl is graduation
lime -and as a gift for your boy
or girl a fountain pen it very ip
prnpriate. To make this sile even mora
interesting we hava included the
poptiUr SAFETY FOUNTAIN
PENS pens which have a screw
cap and that may bo carried in any
position without leaking.
Each pen is fitted with 14-K.
pen-point. The barrels are ol solid
irubber, in the latest chasings; both
regular sizes and small sites, tha
at ter suitable lor women shopping
bags or for men's vest pockets.
Slriographlr IVns and Self-Fillers
in Abundance, and every pen
bearing The Big Store guarantee;
your choice, values to Jl.rrr
tomorrow, at f DC
(.MAIN Uulldoif, Main Floor.)
Meet Me tt the Fountain
.Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere
A City in ftrself
GREENHUT-SIiCEL COOPER G
J . B .OREFNHUT Pre.
For Tomorrow Satiirdav
IOr Table Pearn well-known "Riverhcad" brand:
No. i sia can; at
Yaluen up to
stantially made, strong, sturdy and
Large variety of choice bandies
for men and for women.
Also a number of union taffeta
umbrellas, with fancy handles for
Every umbrella is reliable, sub-
t.e umbrellas have
kmerkan taffeta cov-
All silk and union silk umbrellas,
for men and for women; fine
grades, sterling and gilt-mounted
handles, in many desirable styles.
(MAIN Building, Mad Floor.)
Bench-made Shoes for Men
Sale of '3.50 to $5 Grades of This
Famous Make, Tomorrow, at -
The announcement made in the above head-lines is of sufficient importance to crowd our Men's Shoe Department bright and
early tomorrow morning. The name "Snow" stamped on a shoe means as much as 'Sterling" on silver.
EVERY PAIR OF THESE SHOES IS PERFECT.
In this sale, tomorrow, you may choose from more than 2,000 pairs, at $2.25. This lot represents an order given a prominent
retailer, but owing to certain financial difficulties, he was unable to receive the goods. All of these shoes were made for this season's
selling none supposed to bring less than $3.50 hundreds of pairs, $4 and $5.
THESE LEATHERS: Tan Russia calf and gun-metal calf.
THESE STYLES: Button or Blucher lace.
Every pair made with Good year- welted soles, and, best of all, we'have every size and width.
To the above lot of 2,000 shoes we have added, for tomorrow's selling, 500 pairs of Oxfords of the same
famous snow make; every pair perfect and made for this spring s selling, i he 51 lfr
in ; all sizes and widths mmtmM
leathers : patent leather, ta n Russia calf, gun-metal calf and kidski n ; all sizes and width
Misses' and Children's $2 and $2.50 Shoes
gun-metal calfskin button shoe, solid leather, Good-year-weltcd
solas; full, roomy, orthopedic $ - wr
last; all kites from 6 to 2 ; pair I.OU
Spring Styles in Women's Foot-Mould Shoes
forty new and distinct lasts; every leather; every
style ; every site. Tha best shoes In the world ai their
I MAIN Build nr. Sc-oiid Moor )
(MAIM Bu!i4lt. it Flaar.)
S9r "HIM Burke" Hats
(MAIN Builams, First Floor.)
91 Cast Sweaaerti for boys; wall
made of good yarn ; can be r.
washed ; will not shrink
I MAIN BiiUeini, .second Hois
$1.50 White Casey Par
scarf and muff ; for chit- qq
dren; at QFC
(MAIN Buil4ls, HPSl Floor.)
$2.80 Reversible ontlnga gray
face; 54 inches wide; Aw
I MAIN SoiUiai, tint Plsar.)
GREEN HUT BUILDING
$2. A Uaa Portable Reading Lamaa
green dome shades,
complete mith all at- $a fjq
tachmcnts; at. . 1 .47
lOffMNHUT Build. rf. Mai Floor.)
(No Moil, Tcloptono or t.. u. O. Orooro
Fillts oa ffeo Aro r i laasMSi Oai
tliiio IJmlttd i
"Peggy" Turbans-Three Styles-Each, at 79C
Less than a month ago this most popular and becoming style of millinery wss introduced by The Big Store at $2.05. Its success
was instantaneous, and we have sold thousands of these hats at the regular price. Now we offer 3 styles (copies of the originals in a
less expensive grade of material, at 79c each.
These are made of plush, soft, close-fitting, conforming admirably to the face. Two of the styles have "ears" of same material.
Third Is made with a smart bow. Two styles, as illustrated. iam nuiiaatt. r Floor
B r BBbP
(Defat'a in Todmy't J,,nrnl)
Sheet Musir Hits n
Broken Lots of Winter Sufts,
Coats and Dresaek for
Misses. Juniors and Cjiiria
at Clearance Prices.
Annual Sale of Photo Sun
plies, in Which Lowest
Derbies and Soft Hats for
Men and Youths $ -I Qsr
sales at It and . J. . aO
Kxrellent Cigars- Domestic
Grades, Specially Priced.
$5 and $5.90 Blouses
of Silk and Chiffon
THAN 1400 LHA KM
AWSES, in nearly a
A Saturday distribution in
which you may choose from
MORE THAN 1400 CHARM
ING BLOUSES, in nearl
Of course it is nor possible for any
store to sell $5 and $5.90 blouses at
$2.98 unless there exists a strong
reason for the transaction. Well,
there IS a good reason for this sale,
the manufr ctu tr needed the money.
Take your choice, at $2.98, of
smartest advance Spring styles.
HIGH AND LOW N ECKS ; SHORT
OR LONG SLEEVES. The mate
rialsare STRIPED SILKS, PLAIDS.
MESSALINES IN ALL THE FA
VORED SHADES. Also CHIF-
Twoofthe Many Styles on Sale. FONS IN SOLID COLORS, FIG
URED and FLOWERED DESIGNS. All of the models in this sale have those
little style touches so much admired, hut to be had only in higher-priced blouses.
Advance 1913 Lingerie Blouses 1 &1 QQ
In Uala VlaaurluiMi at 0 H. i Ham Inmnrrnwil X XlU
. 'ii . , , uinvniiviv M v 70tflaV9 liviv " .
More than 100 charming new styles in lingerie and voila; high-
long or short sleeves.
and low-neck models;
(MAIN Rtiildlet, Flrat Floor.)
In Our Book Store, Tomorrow
Famous International Ro- "1 CTfO
mances Published at $1; at J,.)
Offerings of interest to travelers, by sea or land, to
secure THE LATEST FICTION AT A SMALL FRACTION
OF ITS VALUE. Here are a few of the titles:
lit) no Beatoa
IN TIIK DAI'S W At)
TTTNOI Ni Kl) Blouadello-Bourtoa
li:AR KAl'NTINA Broughton
Till A MK AND THr. An
H( VI.I.A OR HAR1HDIH Broa(htoa
W OI Tt'AHY OF THE INLANDS. onroit
KOHN CURRENTS Di.kom
A KUKIiOITKN HIN Oiord
AN ARItAMiED MARRIAUE t.rnril
TIIK IMPEDIMENT tlrrard
MISS PROVIDBMCil fitraid
SENSATIVB PLANTS Orrard
BPOTUSai REPUTATION f.crard
I Hi: WRONIi MAN Certrd
EVE'H RANSOM CUiiiif
HINtil J.ARI.V DELUDED tirond
TIIK RHPROAt.'H OP ANNESLKV ,ry
raim I, r UMA MHIIUKH . I.rav
A YELLOW ANTKR Iota
COLONIAL ENDRRRY'S) WIPK MaUt
inj umnr IMIUST Mctarflly
nr. muilLr, mj,U. .. Milorlhv
TIIE RII,HT IIONORABIJ! McCarlkv
MM A Y EYE OR NO Mooro
LUCIA. II I 't; II AND ANOTHER. . . . Nedde
I'Anif EB In YELLOW N,inl,
FLOWER OFTIIBFLOCa Nnril,
MARIETTA'S MARRIACSK Noni
THE WIDOWER Nortl-
MADAME ISAM ....Pracd
MRS. TBAROAEMS pracd
OUTLAW AND LAWMAKER Praed
M ANTES Y OCEAN STAR Ruoicll
HIE ROMANCE OF JENNIE
TIIE IDOL MAKER Stncom
Ol T OF DUE SEANON Saraconi
FIEKt EHKAII I AND SOLDIER Snoilh
Favorite Books by Fa
vorite Authors; each Z&C
Morv J Holmao
Roto N Cartv
The Authors include:
Mrs. Ccoiao Sheldon I Morion norland
Mra ID F.N. Snuthwonh ' I auia Jean Mhlw,
nil. DDDtMr: a I cmr.F ku Vm.n u-, ......
i 111, i I'.'i'i'jfii. .IV..',.. ..j . uiihh uvaibi , uauai .
price $1.12; tomorrow, at 44c
Thousands of Works of Fiction or.
Originally Priced at $1.08. Sale Tomorrow, at sUtJC
(.MAIN Bulldmi, Fourth Moor I
Winter Overcoats and Suits
At Exactly Regular Pricen
The greatest distribution of excellent
clothing for men and youths ever an
nounced during the month of January. A
sweeping event, including 2,140 garments.
Now for the detail :
$10 Overcoats, at . .
$15 Overcoats, at . . .
$20 Overcoats, at .
$.30 Overcoats, at .
$10 Suits, at
$20 Suits, at
$30 Suits, at
All akam as lama unJ aaal atjt i I m
in in. y unu iiitsicriMis in fuvnr ah:.. v. . :
Scores of snappy and conservative models Fur . ,n ,nc soments.
VV1 '""Mcis. rur-trimmed overcoats also included .
Men's Fur-Trimmed and Fur
$75 Coats, $I2' Coat$, $g
$IMI Coatn, frgg I75 Coat; $J JQ
Yalttea to $5; at 2
All sizes g to If wan-t-measuies.
Stripes, worsicda and black ihibciv
MAIN Hjildiiu, So,ond I '..or. I
Other Grocery Store Special:
Our Own Baking
FftKSH POUND CAKES - citron, martlo,
plain or ralaln; half esto, 55c; JJ2c
FRUIT STOLLBN mada German te
tJ oach, 2Sc and
THKEE-IJIYER CAKBS chocolato,
nw Me, coooanut or marohmatlowi 40c
ANOBL ' SOOD CAKES.' ' eo'li oakoa,
aunahine oakra. Florenco cakoo, mapVa
cakaa, Mocha cakoa or chorry
MF.HHY WIDOW POUND CAKBS "15-
esok, i i las
ICE CREAM CONES--hot from tbo iriddla;
coma and aeo ua make them; f",
do., lOtl 2 conea, with ico croam.. Bw
Fruits and Vegetables
rANCY AI'PI Newtooo Plpplno,
Brr. Davia. Home Heautv; every AQg,
arr.e perfect: 5-qt. haaket......
ri.ORIDA liRAPEKRUIT -
.i for 2ie each
SWE8T, JCUJY OHANCKS-
doi . ,lc, SOc and
NEtt' BBRMUDA I'OIATOEs -
NEV WAX BEANS or i ,Hl.r N
BEANS - qt
I A R( i E ( RANBKHRIhS-.
CHICKENS choke qualrm far
FOWU-akatt freeh killed, dr,-
DUCKS oolaotod quallrr Uaa
BABBITS Trash arrival of
ROAST BEEP- choioe eato al
native rlba; Ik aaa
PORK whole loaaa r freeh
HAMS ooleoted, lean, freah
SHOULDBRS oaleoled, leaa
(rooh plcrUea; Ik
SAUSAGE freah made, couatry-
atyle pork; Ik ....
MUTTON blad quartans ot
Canada stack; lb
LAMB bind quarter, of oilf-
CORNEL) BEEH- "tote rump of
native cattle; lt
PRBNCH OLIVE Oil.- :mported ia in.,
(laaa; rej. M bottle a ,v
FRESH BISCUlTS-nlio.o wheat (raham,
dand oyater crackere, auperior mtted,
Knickerbo.'ker ftnor antpa or New Yiar'a
cakoa; s iob., ave j a w,., ooo)
( MAIN Buildine. Third Kloof.)
These Reduced Prices, Tomorrow, on
Boys' Suits & Overcoats
With this sale clearances begin in earnest. The regular and special prices
printed below show the big savings to be bad here tomorrow.
Blue and Gray Chinchilla button- f K
to-netk styles; values to 13; al.. I.eJtJ
Blue and iray Chinehlllaa also fancy
mixtures; sizes 2 lo 10 yaara; lO QfS
values to $5; at .7eJ
Long Coarveiilble-Collar Coats of Heavy Coat
Ings button-to-neck styles; alias $Q Qf
3 to 17 yaara; values to $4; at . i.OJ
Thrae-Qaarter Blue and Gray Chinehlllaa
double-breasted; convertible collars; sizes
A to 12 yaara', also long convertible collar
loats: full all-wool cheviots and cassimeres;
tana and grays; sizes 10 to ! years; If
vslues to $8; at..
Norfolk and Double -Brrastrd
sizes 7 to 17 years; valuea m $ a Xt
II.M; at I.US
Norfolk and Doable-Breaated cheviota and
cassimeres; Jane Hopkins make; sizes f Q
7 to 17 years: values lo $5; at J
Norfolk and Doable- Breasted all - wool
cheviots and cassimeres; Jane Hopkins
niake;elzes 7 to 17 years; values to A
Norfolk and Double - Breasted all -wool
cheviots, worsteds, cassimeres, etc.; tan, gray
and brown ; also fancy mixtures; sizes Spr
7 to 18 years ; values to $8 ; at O
Complete Assortment of Blue Serge
In Norfolk and double-breasted
styles; sizes 6 to 18 years;
SiAIN H j ng, Second Floor I
Plush Toys F7to$7d
On Sale, Tomorrow, in OAA
Toy Town, at ... . Z"C
Pluh Dog. Cat, Donkey: Elephant: Deer, Monkeyt.Etc.
ainbe! JJ, IUo lo ' ,oy "' sbave, we kavaalao added for ihla eal'a Hailed
BINW.S FAMOUS PENUVINS lAKCTIC FOWL)
Coaio earl, Brat choice uaually tacana blggem bargalna Hemrmhcr it I
ovory uoy inoi yea can nuy aucn nae piuaa loya a . iheta al. racli
i no maj.
ill, I elephoat ot t..O Ii. Order a rillcd-Oaaaiiiiri lie
(MAIN Building, Fourth Floor.)
90e quait buttle
He Soere,n OQj,
Wines and Liquors
tl rrt,e RaniMy'a Od
Is lav &.0U-h hiky OOt
90r Igrgl ho:t:e Supe- "Jig,
rior kummel I
Til kettJg Real Dry CQ.
or Tom n ...
tl quart bottle Oolden w I..
rtedd ng ryi
oOc q'. hottle Imperial An
CsHIWatl port. "aL
(MAIN Build.sg. Th.id I oor i
gl J i li on bofrle qU.,
Pilgrim Holland t n. 0
75l quart rioitlo Mono- lit.,
gram 'hiak? OtC
i quart boirla Yale ou.,
tocetai ha I all hinde oO.
gl bo r n.Htin'e Old L)Q.t
i re , .on errnoui
Clearance of Winter Caps for Boys
39c and 79c
Bent 65c to $2 Grades in Thin Clearance,
No man ho has a hov lo lit out can afford ro overlook this great snnusl Big More cleaisiue The aaoaoailM
are bigger than sny aver offered in a similar sale. In must cste . the special price dues nm rcpiesenl manufacturer's
cost. The assortments of csps include these popular ttyltl I
HOCKEY, AVIATION. CHINCHILLA POLOS, ALL-FUR CAPS FUR-ON-BAND CAPS AND IMF
FAMOLS iODFL STYLES. COMC I AIM V for at c and Jc each these ill go uuickiy.
I MAIS R. lint Second t oor
A Final Clearance of Odds and Ends of
o room here to specify each item, but the variety of odd
is simply wonderful and the bargains unexcelled.
The Tea Service
Shou n Here
a five-piece sat, having
grape decoration, and in the
novel shadad gray finish.
A guaranteed quadruple
plate service, usually sold
Roy era Al
This Chest of
Twcniy-six pieces of the best tableware produced
offered at a remarkably low price
No matter where you go YOU'LL PAY DOUBLE
WHAI WE ASK IOR THE COMPLETE COL
LECTION, which includes:
B Dinner Knives, ft Tablespoons, I Sugar Shell
a Dinner Forks, 6 Tcskpoons, I Butter Knife
All in beautiful new violet design; gray
finish; the knives match; put up In a
moreen-covered cane with drawers; reg
ularly $s M). tomorrow A Pfg
l MAIN B ifleJhU, Ml 0 I loor I
Doubls Urcen Trading Stamps Beore 12 o'clockSingle Stamps Thereafter
IN NEW fORK'S SHOPPING CENTER