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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.'
Better Goods for the Same Money or the Same Good for Less
Money Than Elsewhere
Meet Mc 6.l the Ibuntevin
A City in Kself
FOR LIFE. THREAT
EL COOPER 0.
- - - - mmm m aaaa
16 to 19 Straeta
luaciuiur uives ;ouce at
of Burning Kew Pavilion.
IXimoX, FVb. 27. MiUlant 8uf-
I of tullJ!ns.s In ptinlli- pari; I re liable
to penal scrvltuda tor life.'' This waa
np nnnn nrpmpni mnna . n -.1 n v r.v i ruv-
rs Humphrey, the I'uhlle Prosecutor,
In ukint the Magistral,, at the Kew
iiivv u hi iu u ii nil mi 11 mi i.iiiiitn
i.entnn and Joyce Lot kc, who were ar
reated on Feb. 2 for letting fire to tho
refreshment pavilion In the Kew Bo
"There aro two charges." (aid Xlr.
Jlurrtphrcy, "on which 1 make thla ap
tfllcatton. The Mrt coinoa under the
clause of the Malhlous Damuge Act of
ISM, which made It a felony punl'hahle
hy penal servitude for life for any per
ron to aet on Ore a building belonging
td the king or devoted to the public use.
The aecond charge tMM under the
same act, which also made It a similar
onYnae for any matter 1n any such
building to be aet on fire."
At tho hearing to-day only Joyce
l.ocke appiarcil, Lllllun I.eiiton having
been relcaned owing to III health after
carrying out a hunger strike. Mr.
'Humphreys laid the prison authorities
had ri'rt-d that she was certain to die
unless she were let out of prison.
In aplte of this the Magistrate said
ihat the procedure was an extraordinary
on. Prisoners, he continued, sometimes
were released from prison but not from
custody. He Immediately Issued a war
rant for her rearrest.
Joyce Locke, who also atarted a hun
Ker atrlke while detained, was forcibly
A woman who waa arrested on the
All-England Tennis Grounds at Wim
bledon last night with bags contnlnlng
lullammahle materials In her possession
mid whose intention It la believed was to
rn auvtii iirr yni iiiiin. n m"i iw ic
any iniormaiwn awui nrrseti wnen
brought up In the p dire court to-day.
Hhe was remanded for further lnqulrlca.
lajnry to Knee of t, spaprr
Writer Indirectly Proves Fatal.
The many friends of Clement la Pol
look, for twenty-five ye.ira an active
newspaper man In this city and Boston,
learned to-day of his death last nliht at
his homo In Dor-hester, Ma-n, from a
blood clot on the brain. Mr. Pollock's
kneecap was broken by a fall several
weeks ago. Nervous complications fol
lowed and the clot on the brnln waa an
Indirect result. Mr. Pollock, who waa i
forty-alx years old. leaves a wife and a
en, Wilkin Pollock, eighteen ycara old.
Porn In Newcomcrtown, (J., Mr. Pol
lock came to Now York in the early 90s
and worked for Tho World. He joined,
the Hearst newspapers and after several
enrs with the Kvcnlng Journnl was
transferifd to Postun. He was a special
ist on politics.
Hear Frlsthtrns Children Around
Scotch Plains, R. J.
I 4nn'l . 1 l Tl. r..il,i.. U'..rt.l t
IBJJZAIlFrril, Keb. 27. rf.hool children!
In Mountainside a'td outlying districts i
refused to go to school to-day biviuse a !
large black bear is roaming at larg" ,
through the section.
The onltnal escaped film Us owner. !
Percy Cook, of .Scotch I'lalns. Air. Cook I
and a party of men are searching t:ie
woods for him.
Until 6 P. M. Saturday
Tliff thn-p-qimrh-r (unit I adieu Hlnilf
Mum- Dluiniind HI nit for ranimt he
"lunlli it i l In ill'- t nil. state. nmiVr
KO.OO, and wvr rut to look like on
unit diain"n,la. Thl Im iltir to their lure
prrail f Hiirfnrr or tin- new iil.lt Atiierl
' cuttlnjr. Thev art nt old-fanltlonnl
Ulanimidf that ar rut thlrk and dreii,
UM.Iv found In retail JeuHrv utorrn and
1 J,v drsJrahlc. Our dlamnod tuners are
', tin Kunican diamond euttiiitf mill.
UHlh a i i .t,l to huv lllwtnonilo fnr,
i the murki't. Thin wt-ounla for our un
Tfrellliia; Mholraale and retail Jeweller In
b 1 nltcd Mute. Our aliatement that thev
worth "0.0,1 Im verv ron.eratlve. and
oia rau urutn II. No mall ortlera filled.
Hee our window ili-ulu of o.er half a
lllllun dullurn north of dlaniondi. All
ulalnlv iniirlitd H5 to .",.MM.oo.
liiirve our aluMllon und nrlre of mine
thrr umnM9 tiotiv lliauiuud KlnaV lo
be olftred at thU ulei
S lefll liirat. :!""
:i :t-M arm. mmi
:i i-i. i
I I -M
Dlamoad. imn lm.nl from un run be ri-
bsnaed lit full value or returned fur
, less ten per cent., within une t-ar.
CHARLES A. KEENE
m OA Imnortrr of lJIarnondi.
18U Broadway. New York ft
"Firing the Last Gun" of Our Greatest February Sale of
For this occasion (tomorrow) we have secured a line of most beautiful
Vernis-Martin, Rookwood and Gilt Furniture
Entire showroom and sample pieces from our best manufacturer. Your choice, in this snle, of this most exquisite
furniture, at prices that are :i to 1 j less than regular selling figures. A few of the pieces are illustrated, but to fully
appreciate the full import of this sale YOU MUST COME HERE. TOMORROW.
NOTE These Are Samples, and in Consequence We Have Only One of a Kind.
$26.60 Mahogany Music Roll
Cabinet 40 Inches high. tli
Inches wide end It inches
deep; capacity about
0 player rolls . . .
$45 Handsome Parlor Cabinet
in Vernis-Martin or Rook
wood; tastefully embellished
with (ill trimming; hand
palnied; two glass shelves,
mirror back and plush base;
cabinet it Mi inches high
and 27 inches
112.7ft (Mahogany) Perforated
Muslr Roll Cabinet finished in
rich mahogany; 40 inches high,
22 inches wide and 16 inches
deep; capacity about
$4.75 Rookwood or Vrrnla- Martin
Table top is 17x17 $Q f
inches: neatly decorated O.DU
$23.50 Vernla-Martln Mualr Cabi
net double doors; hand-painted
mirror back; cabinet is 52 inches
high, 24 inches wide and 17
inches deep; neatly orna
mented with brass
$12.75 Muslr Cabinet -Rookwood
or plain mahogany; mirror top;
cabinet 4J inches hign, IH inches
wide and IS inches $o r)f
$15.. W Handsomely Decorated
Table inVernis-Martin or Rook
wood finish; 24x24-inch L.
top beautifully ornamented, 1U
Rcftilsrly Ssle Price
Perforated Music Roll
:esulsrly CabinetS sale price
. . . $7.25
. .. 7.75
.(GREENHUT Buildint. Second Floor ).
Rec.i.rir Cabinets s.lt Prlce
15.00 10 00
18.50 12 00
Gold Leaf Table
Regularly Ssle Price
Rcgulirly Ssle Price
$16.50 Vernla-Martln Table -pillar
base with four handsomely or
mented scroll feet; tlfiFjf
top richly decorated. I U. I O
For Tomorrow Friday) Only
25c Hair Itarrrtle shell or
amber color; each
IttAtM inaiilku. IMa Real I
Iftr. 19c and 2r Artificial Plow
(MAIN 0 mi l. ii j Klnt l lxw )
(MAIN HiilMins. Tlilrl flsaf I
(No Mail. MsaaM i 0 0, i
39r lo $1.25 Knitted Combination
Sulla. Veals and Pants for child
ren and misses; sites 2 to8- Q
years; at 17C
M Ms II. HI, line Una I" - r I
75c (iimm and Pellicoala -excel-lent
quality cambric; lace orQ C
embroidery trimming; at ,.
(MAIN NOOagi MM Ki.r i
$1.10 Reversible Wal Rugain
solid color errects ; alia 27x
IlinKKMII T 1 1 ill-.' Flnl ll-vw )
lite Aim Kxtrs s.,.. ,.(,
!2 to '3 French Chiffon Broadcloths
Tomorrow Only, at, a yard
A wide selection of spring's most favored pastel tints and staple colors. These broadcloths
are 50 to 58 inches wide. They were never intended to retail under $2 to $3 a yard. 03
Special sale, tomorrow only, a yard OC
(MAIN Rulldlns, First floor. )
Don't Overlook This Opportunity!
Professor Munter's "Nulife"
Shoulder Braces SSSS? 79c
5,000 pairs of the famous "Nulife' shoulder braces saved from a fire at the "Nulife
and bought by The Big Store "at a price."
No need to emphasize the value of the "Nulife" brace in promoting
health and helping hundreds of thousands of people throughout the country
to walk, sit and stand erect and to breathe properly.
The "Nulife" Shoulder Brace is one of the best aids to health ao far discovered in the
way of a mechanical appliance. No more round shoulders if you wear ibe "Nulife,"
for it holds the body erect and aids chest-expansion. m
Last week we sold over 1,000 pairs of these
braces in a few hours, and there is every reason
to believe that the 5,000 in this sale will go before
store-closing time, tomorrow.
All Sizes for Men, Women and
Children Everybody Will Be Fitted
N. B. These braces are in good condition;
some are slichtly specked from handling, some in
perfect condition and others have been laundered
and are equal to new.
(MAIN Bulldlni, First Floor. Comet Oepsrtmsni I
BBssas bf--jrr- aaa'BBs!
$8 Cut Glass Water Sets, $Q QK
Only 350 Sets Tomorrow Only, at t3Uf3
A New Pattern, Precisely as Illustrated
. NO MAIL lilt TKI.F.PIIONK UK IIKIIH II.I.KO AND
Vt h HF.MKHVK Till; KltlHT TO LIMIT QIIANTtTtWI.
Far and away the biggest special, in rich and beautiful cut
glass, offered this season.
We could just as easily sell three thousand of these sets at the
price named for tomorrow.
Each set consists of a 3-pint jug in a new and particularly
handsome combination "Sunburst" and "Venetian Fan" pattern.
Deeply and splendidly cut. 6 full-size table tumblers to match the
jug and a mirror reflector with silver-plated rim completes the set.
YOU WILL HAVE TO COME EARLY These sets ought
to sell at the rate of one a minute while they last.
Also These Choice Bargains in Rich
Pieces , Tomorrow t at
$6.50 ( t lery Trays
$5 Footed Punch Bowls
$5.95 Fruit Bowls deep, 10
$5 Relish Dishes with 4
$6.50 Jelly Dishes -10-inch
$5 Ire ('ream Dishes
$5.50 Oval Orange Bowls
$5 Handled Quart Decanters
$5.50 Water Bottles
$5 Tall Flower Vases
((IRBF-NHUT Rulldias. Mais Floor i
$5.95 Urg? Ire Tubs
$5.96 Cheese Diahes
$5 Fern Dishes
$8.75 Sweet Pea
$5 Sandwich Trays
Choicest Groceries at Special Prices
Wr deliver all p.i -I and charged
i amav nina quanvra or cny-
I AMB -full fort quartara ot clty-
S P A E I B S svtM-pickld,
cornsd fist; lb
MUTTON hind quarters of fancy
Tanada atock; lb
CORNRO BEKF- vhole rumps, of
native cattle; Kb
I'OKK - whole loini of fresh
style pork: 2 Iba.. M I tb
FOWL choice quality dry-picked,
HAMS - - selected, lean, fresh
CORNED BEEF choice cute of
navel or p'ate; lb
ROAST BEEF choice cuts of ns-
live rlba; lb
Ol D DUTCH CLEANSER dor, $1; OJw.
3 rex- lOt siftlni-top cans -"v
HAZEI. (.IOSS STARCH OAp
fi-ltv wooden bo, 47c; 3-lh. carton..
HAZIL BORAX SOAP or Heiel Beat AA
Family Soap; box, 2.4; 10 bar. . Iv
FAMILY TFAS-mied, treen or black; OS.
Vlb. caddy. tl.PS ; 3 lb.., l; lb ""
PURE BREAKFAST COCOA O.p
4 lbs. net in sSaUtsr, III lb. in bulk, -M
S'EET PRUNES- OW
10 lb, , Hf Iba v
Bt refineJ prenulsted;
to- or 23-.b. cotton baic;
FLORIDA CRAPEFRUIT- 0
doz , l0c; 4 for ssaPsj
ROME BEAUTY APPLES, Wine Sap,.
Ben Davit or Newtown Plppiaa; lL
5-quan baikel tot
BRK.IIT, JUICY LEMONS - OK
as,, 30c and s
FANCY CRFENINti APPLES OO.
S-quart baakel OB
RIPE, SWEET ORANGES OO-
doi., 2Sc, 2Sc and UQK
BERMUDA POTATOES OE-
RED ONION.S, yellow onions, yellow
turnipn, paranipa or beete; 9W
5-quert basket ao4-
FRESII SPINACH or kale; ICS-quart
SIIVER-SKIN WHITE ONIONS or
kiln-dried eweet polatoea; 'V)f
LARoE W HITE POTATOES
120-lb. ba(, 42.07; bO-lb. baa, f 1. 03
SMYRNA LAYER FIGS -2
NBW F.VAPORA TED PEACHES -2
Utuatly 10c; apecial, H pkiea., 41c; n .
I -lb. pkse
Doien In carton.
Drink These Coffees
Ws offer the mom dclicioua
IXJPULAR BLEND COFFEE -
10 lh., .- . ii . .1 lb,.. $1 ; lb
FANCY MARACAIBO COFFBI
10 lbs , 12.03; 3 Iba
GOLDEN SANTOS COM' EE -
4 Km., l; M
GUADARAI I COFFEE
10 Iba., (3.05; 2 Iba., $1; lb..
FAVORITE Bl END COFFEE -10
Iba., t.103; 34 lbs., t , lb.
NEW SUGAR CORN Cook e Favorite 7
brand; dot , Ttl res. 10c can ' -
VIRGINIA ROE HERRING- rlfl-10-lb.
pail. Ml Vlb. psll
SAMPLE TEAS - black, green or tp
mined; I Iba., l lb tdi,x-
ROLLED WHITE OATMEAI
YEI.I OW SPLIT PEAS
FANCY PE BEANS
CAI IFORNIA LIMA BEANS.
SMAIJ. GRAIN RICE
10 lh 5 Iba.
Fountain Quality Bern Fami y Patent;
bbl., IS93; M.kM.i J3.44;
Vi-bbl.-bai, 79c; 7-lb. bag "7-
(MAIN Bui dins, Third Floor.)
Our Own Baking
MFRMY WIDOW POUND CAKES ABU
eech. Si ; 2 Iba
IHHIEIAYEK CAKES iced with
cuocolele, maple or caramel;
I HUH POUND CAKES--
each, $tMj 2 Iba
DELICIOUS COFFEE RINGS
eech, 10c end
I.I.KMAN STYLE FRUIT STOl
I EN each. 50c, 23c snd
ANGEL l-OOD CAKES, maple
eponxe taken, aunahine cskea or
mocha cakea; each .
JFIKE'S FRESH BII TTERINE
5 lb. package, $1.17; 2 lb. print, 49.',
l ib prim "l
We deliver packaiea and printa.
Fancy enter curtd, freahly emoked;
uaually 20c; special, lB'C
't tktl fish frt of chirgt
lUiitiut ateiks (
Kre'h btutfiah (lb
.Silmun attika i
Hon ton ame!ta
Spiniah mt.kcrtl b.
Sea baM l
hi j.mJer . ,A
Market codfih I
f raAri he rr.ng f b
Men's & Women's $3.50 &
H Foot-Mould Shoes
Tomorrow $0 fkCf
Only, at . LajO
This is an uppriunily for those a ho have never
worn the Foot-Mould Shoe to try our celebrated
hrand, at a saving from 5.4c to $1.05, at the same
time netting the very best in foot ear that can be
bought at the regular prices, l oot-Mould Shoes
have heen featured here for more than IU years,
and embody every feature that you will And in
any of the highest class makes.
All the Newett Spring Stylet In Moat Fanhtonable
Leathern and in a Complete Range of Size
In this sale you are invited fo share in absolutely the biggest shoe bar
Esins thai have ever been olfercd in February.
I 4 !
I " I
ForWontem '"oi-Mouid shoes
in every siyie, in
fan KussiaCalfskin, patent leather,
gun-metal and kidskin; cloth or
dull kid tops; button or Isce; high
t.uhan. military or low heels; every
size and every width; $0(
J.I SO and t't values , at Z Tie)
For Mem Foot-Mould shoes iii
tsn Kussia calfskin,
patent leather, gun-metal, calfskin ;
button or Blucher; list BagUab.
lakts and low heels; also includeJ
are vici kid lace liMMi; Olk(t
values ii 50 to $4, at Z.tO
I VIAIN Hr jut -, Scconii Floor.)
J. 0, MnnnetaCoa
Bottled at the diatillery
in France; aolj nearly
everywhere et 1.73 a
bottle; here, II Oi
thia tale, at....
CAI IFORNIA PORT.
SHERRY, ANQELIC end
R) the Cellon.
Reduced from J2.30 lef 05
KcJu.cJ from 2.00 to 1 lift
Reduced from 1,10 to 125
Reduced Ironi 1 .23 to 100
Redu ed t'oni LOO to 80-'
DUNCAN'S SPECIAL LIQ
UEUR SCOTCH WHISKY
very old and mc U 1.
low, $1.15 bottle. . . u
Wine and Liquor
I xlra Stout
"BrneUut" bottlinie i
tlt beat and moai ftttla
fa.tory bcaua it ia il
wtXl in pL-rftKt cond.
tlMi Barrel of H do n bot
Hca, $11. 4U; sold in
many ktorei it 1 2 tt duz.
Barrel of 10 doien
spit,, (U.;5; aold in
many alorea at $1.30 a
doien aplira. here, $ J
The sreal French appe
aler; apecial, this
(uliftirnia Ory Wine
QUE FN QUALITY CABER
NET CLARET, Johanne-t-ir,:;r,
Sauterne,; resular price,
ca. 12 full qla., A
Ml aaia price "t.AO
PUHITAN MRU0C, Old
I rlsrs Burgundy, O I d
Friara Rieklin; resular
Brief, caae of 12 full
4uart, UM JO Ql
ir(-en BiVef Whisk v
Bottled by the Green
R-.er Distillery Co.,
0 enborn, K) ; aold in
other ato:e at $1 a
bollie; here, -thia K'lg
sale, at "x-
For Friday and
Old Crow Whisky
K ItUdky'l finett dit
tllhtttM) fold nearly
eft- where it $3.Wl a
gt '.on and 9l a juart ;
'Fecial for thia
gallon, 13.44 A7dr
full quart bottla. .
b YI-.AUS OLD.
THI Hhi WHISKY
MAUfc in AMM1CA.
Rv.eived d.rc.t t rum ih$
d.aii.lcry, Coeil 'MVlljta
MaryUnd, ind GUARAN
TfcliO by V. S. (,jvcr-
rutin i In-r-rnil Wr e; jr
tax blimps on end of
barrel; on bttion
our tt.nt klort.
ru: qua-e i AJ
Amr trait WliKkifH
I Warranted Strictly Pure I
By the K.- . .-
Hrrmi'a-e i,t 1 "i
Treadmill .... 4.25
WeJdlna.. . JO
Club HesM - 3 00
By the Qui-t Rn
HernMasa rye. II 10
Treadmill .... IM
Weddinc. .. .00
Club Huum . BO
YALE CtCK TAILS
hattan and Mart ni
of the fine,! old
I 2S quart bot
2 (I I
.(VAIN B u 'Idinf.Tbird Floor ).
Here Is Another Lot of Fine
"Lucile" Baby Carriages
linished in natural,
oak, while enamel or
l k ci..n.i:.iiu
fr- made, and uphol -tcred
; yii: , tPrrrrr V.11I1 corduroy lo RUttbi
Tlic .e were selected
"Mfnplto" "J re ne
acme ol Myle and hand
some desiin. Ihey are
the "latest thing" in baby
They are lined villi rMllnioii vdjustable bsck.
steel tubular 0sr ar.d bttvily lubher-lired a heels
The illustr jtions v0 a fuitit iJcu, bul you
Must SEE These "Pullmans"
Them. Prices Are
(MAIN Building, Fourth Floor )
I r ,ts. 1
deep fool well, strong
$13.50 to $27.50
-MAIN Bt lLDINO-
All Odd Lota & Remnantaof
In a Stirring Lant-Day-oP-the-Month
Prieea That Are Below
Manufacturer' a Coat
10f and ISc Doylies f
10c Plain While Nainsook
8r Bleached Muslin yard wide
12' ..c and lis Fancy White
( ioods vard .
15c to ISc Odd Towels
each. . . .,
20c Lace-Kdge- Trimmed
25c Fancy White (eoodN
M Hemslliihi-d Kmbrtiidcrod
Luncheon Cloths -52- it ACT
inch; each Lift)
12 ' ..c Hleached Muslin Pillow Q
CaweN each C
25c lo4r While Striped ( ol- f Q
ton Voile- yard laic
49c Mrm-rit-d Table Dam-OO
ask 04 inches wide: vard a-. .70
44c lilt-ached Miulin Sheets
4SV to fit odd Herman
Huck and Dam ask Towels QQ
each ... )jr
$1.50 Hemstitched and Scalloped
Damask Luncheon Cloths fQ
each 5f rtC
13.95 and 15 Hemstitched
Scalloped Damask f ft Q
Clothe each .U
(MAIN Buildinc, Mam Floor.)
(Detailain today's Evening Journal'
MAIN HIll.lUNd: Men's Neg
ligee Shirts va.ues lo $2.50, at
79c; Wash (ioods Remnant -values
10 ISc, a yard, 5c; "Mid
dy" Btouaea at $1 ; .Special Otfer
ings in I'ntrinuned Millinery;
Smart Trimmed Millinery at $5,
$7.50 and $10.
QMMMNHUT BUILDING. Hogs;
i Double Green Trading Stamps with Purchases Before 12 o' Clock Single Stamps Thereafter
IS NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER II
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