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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913.
SAVES HIS SISTERS
BY ROOFS AS FIRE
Hirilling Rescue Marks $95,000
Conflagration in Heart of
In a two hour and a half fight :n
White PI Ins thla morning th local
Or.) department cot under oontnv a ttre
In th heart of the business set Uon of
tk villa that deetroyed 170,000 worth
of building and at least 126.000 worth of
took and fixtures In ten Imvlneaa
house, bestdea lnoludln one of the old
at newspaper planta In th country,
tli Westchester News, owned and pub
lished by th veteran editor, Edward II.
Vang. Mr. Lone la tha heaviest loaar.
PeeMee hla newspaper and Job pristine
Blast, valued at betwaan SK.OOO .uid
940,000, he owned moat of th buildings,
several of which housed hla plant
Flvs of the atruoturas, all of which
ware frame, wars owned by him, and
Is loas In buildings alone la upward
of 180,000, and they could not be re
placed for several tlmea that amount.
The other property owner who auffered
loaa are Walter gniffen, whole thres
Story building was damaged to the ex
tent of $10,0110, and Village Truatee Will,
lam A. Ilanaon, whoa hotel property
nd atore building waa damaged In th
urn of $10,000.
Cnrlatophsr Teahan saved his two
laters, Julia and Rita, from the Sniff en
Building by carrying them across ad
Joining roofe when he waa cut oft by
the biasing hallway of Ml own apart
tent. One of the greatest losses la the
0-ti in t'.on of the entire matter for the
Weatcheater County Hoard of Super
visors' year book, which waa about
ready for printing.
ROPE OF SHEETS USED
IN WOMAN'S ODD FLIGHT.
Policeman Hunts Burglar?, to Find
Mrs. Swales Had Climbed
from Bedroom Window,
Three aheeta dangling from th win
dow on the third floor of an apartment
house at No. 3 East One Hundred and
Forty-third street attracted tba attention
of Patrolman Reynolda of th Alexander
avenue station early to-day. The sheets
were knotted to form a rope and Reyn
old surmised burglar had been at aork.
The apartment from whtoh the sheet
rope dangled were occupied by Inul
Swales, n lllnnleum dealer. The patrol
man awakened Mr. Hwale and a search
showed that no housebreaker had vlal
ted the rooma, but that Mrs. boulaa
Swales, fifty-five, years oM, Mr. Swales'
mother, r missing from hr bedroom.
One end of th sheet raps waa aecured
to a trunk Inalde the window frame; the
other end hung twelve feet above the
sidewalk. How Mr. Swale oould have
mde the drop mysUfled the pollc.
About an hour after the dlacovery of
her disappearance Alexander Parker.
Mra. flawlas't nephew, who lives St No.
603 West Fifty-third street, telephoned
that Mrs. iawles. without s hat and
dad In an old brown drees had Just ar
rived at hla home. She appeared dased.
According to Mr. Hawlea, his mother
ha been ailing and despondent.
HAS 22,716 SHAREHOLDERS.
Nearly Half ef (he Kev
l ias's Are Women.
HEW ItAVKN, Conn.. March .
Women and trustees continue to fern
a large majority of th stockholders
of the New Tork, New Haven and
Hartford Railroad Company, according
to th annual census of the corporation
ee v We Give Surety Stamps Free with All Purchases and Redeem Them in Merchandise
Just offldellv complied for January, 11.
Of the H.71S stockholder, 10,11 are
woman. S.1H men. I, Ml trustees and
TS3 corporations. There are I0 mora
tockholdera than In January, Utt, the
largt Increase, SR, being In women.
In stock ownership 667,1 shares are
held In Massachusetts, If. MO In Con
necticut, 516.00 la Near Tork. 10,117 In
Rhode Island and ttl.ni shares else
where. Of the total of 1.77,7(7 shares.
m.tl are held by th New England
LIGHT IN VACANT HOUSE
BETRAYS PIPE THIEVES.
Four Boys Are CaptureJ, Charged
with 5i,5oo Damags to
Four boy entered a vacant house at
Ho. Kl Evergreen avenue, Williamsburg,
early thla morning, cut out about 1100
worth of lead pipe and, according to
the owm r of the house, (id H.mh dam
age. The boya were i aught by the
police before tlicy left the premises.
Some lime after 1 o'clock this morn
lug W. H. Striker, a real eatat man.
living at No. fn KvarfflSSU avenue, aaw
a light in the vacant notice and watched
It move from tMe upper story to the
baaement. Then he telephoned to th
Hamburg avenue police latlon.
Two deterrtlvea :ind two policemen
rushed fjr the )ioue, and there found
ho bnye Just ready to leave. Kugene
Willy. slxteci.yeats old. of No. 1385
Broadway, waa charged with burglary
and the other three with JuvenlU de.
llwjnency. They wen; Walter Scully,
fourteen yeara old, or No. 896 Madlaon
street; William Searpatty. fourteen, .?f
No. 1 '41 Hroadway, and Harry Ixidell,
fifteen years old, of No 7 Palmetto
ArxiCuticAm Ointment. Dirertsooa:
Make a parting and rub genUy with
Cutknra Ointment. Continue until
whole scalp hat been gone over.
Next morning shampoo with Guti
cura Soap. Shampoos alone may
be used as often as agreeable, but
once or twice a month is freoerally
sufficient for this special treatment
for women's hair.
a as OfeHsaeal eeM taremeoat tha
ef ak BSD rras.
IVW 14 ?rtr
n o bnok ae.nss
$. Altaian & (Ho.
are daily receiving new Spring models in
for wearing with smart Tailor-made Suits.
Now being shown, at moderate prices, are
Blouses of Crepe de Chine, in hand-embroidered,
fancy and plain-tailored models; also
an attractive assortment of Lingerie and
Lace Blouses, in most desirable styles.
Misses' Blouses in a variety of new designs.
lAttman tt '(Bo.
have received their Spring shipments of
and are now displaying a very unusual assort
ment of fine novelty ribbons in the newest
designs and colorings. Included are Embossed
Velvets, Shantungs, Printed Warps, Plaids,
Roman Stripes and handsome Bulgarian
effects overshot with gold. Also a choice
selection of Jacquard Ribbons for millinery
Ribbon Flowers for corsage bouquets or other
decorative purposes are shown in the depart
ment at moderate prices, or will be made to
order; also Floral Table Decorations, com
bined with ribbon and gauze.
Mm Xmtmt. 34Jtj art 3 fibcnU. Mm otL
f ranhUn Simon & Co.
UNUSUAL SALE WEDNESDAY
At Oreatly Reduced Prices
Of allovsr English eyelet embroidery,
net lined, Isce and ribbon trimmed. Heretofore $4.05
Or Nslnsook, eyeter embroidered,
lacs and ribbon trimmed. Heretofore $2.95
New Model Corsets
Imported exclusively by Franklin Simon tt Co., of batiste,
coutll, broche or tricot, in models adapted to sll figures.
7.00 to t.5.00
Msde exclusively for Franklin Simon St Co. by expert French
corsstisrss, of bstists, couiil, broche, tricot or elastic.
3.00 ,o 18.50
"Parfait" Slip-over Corset
Special attention is directed to the new model, which
gives the uncorseted figure.
9.7 .S and I4..V)
jprankltn Simon & Co.
IMPORTANT SALE WEDNESDAY
Girls' Bloomer Dresses
Of striped crinkled seersucker. In blue or tsn, trimmed with plain chsmbray ;
including sepsrste bloomers to mstch. 4 to 12 yesrs.
2.85 Value $4.75
Misses' Afternoon Dresses
Of Canton Crepe Silk
Exclusive Russian Blouse Tunic model, of best quslity Csnton Crepe Silk,
in Dorothy blue, russet tan, paprika, carrot, navy, blsck or white:
embroidery batiste collar, crushed girdle and sash. 14 to 20 yesrs.
18.50 Value $29.50
jf ranklin Simon & Co.
IMPORTANT SALE WEDNESDAY
Women's "Parfait" Pumps
Exclusive Spring Model
Of gray suede, with patent or dull leather vamps, also sll gray kid, made on
perfect fitting high arch Issts; new Spanish beefs.
Women's Colonial Pumps
New Model, with Buckle
Of pstsnt coltskln or gun metsl cslf, with tips;
high arch last; Cuban heels.
FIFTH A VE., 37th and 38tb Sts.
Founded 1834 Incorporated 191.
FIFTH AVE., corner 39th Street
MODEL LACES and ALL-OVERS
used extensively on the new model gowns. ALENCON,
FILET, MECHLIN, NET TOP and other laces with
flouncings and all-overs to match.
Alencon, Shadow and Net Top laces, in style and design dis
tinctive, many being reserved to Aitken, Son 6t Co.
VEILS, VEILINGS, AUTO VEILS and HOODS
in new meshes. New effects especially adapted or
BROADWAY, corner 18th Street
6th Ave., 20th to 22d Street
Join the Thrifty Thouaand That Are (Jathering the Great Bargain Prize at U'Neilf
ha ri ng Sale
Kvorv lny there are hundreds f uvw liuriruiti lots in" new Spring merchandise so many that scores of
THE BEST VAL1KS AUK NOT ADVERTISED AT ALL.
Just One Lxample of the Remarkable Values O'NcillV Profit Sharing Sale Offers
This $144.25 Arts and Crafts Dining
Room Suit, 10 Pes., Special at $107.00
Sideboard, China Closet, Erletytion Ttthlr, Srrring Table, Fire Side Chairs
and One Ann Chair bra ufi fully Jinixhrd in lirh brown, f timed oak.
The henuty of
workmanship n, d
with dignified sim
plicity in design, u Ti
the features of this
set t lint will instant
ly commend it to
people of discrim
inating tastes. And
it is really wonderful
to he able to buy
such a set for 9107.
Sold II 1
We will sell individual pieces, if you prefer, at the following Special Prices:
regulai prior. $iu.?.v
The Chins Closet-
regular DfieS SK.(I();
Table reKiilur prior
k mi, nafr DieS
The Serving Tafcle
rrgnlnr pries SR. 7.1;
The Arm Chair
regular prior. 9U.00;
The Side Chairs
regular prior, afl.7a;
sale prior, each,
0'ill HtinrfumUltln Mnro t Vcmrtlt II mm.
O'NcilUs Profit Sharing Sale.
CURTAINS and Upholsteries
Hi reductions in prices, f Laos Curtains, Med Set. Couch
('overs nnd Upholsteries lo make the profit-sharing Sale a men
orablc burgain event.
4-50 Lace Curtain. $2.95
Ileal I r i -1 1 I'nint l.aor ill four
vrry pretty pal tenia. Therr are
only ISO pairs i" tUl lot, N Imy
O f9.00 Lace Bed Set. $6.00
Large HrnaiaaniiRr, nmuntr'i nn
high-grnile ralile net. with wide
Valam-e ftolatrr to match; choice of
white or Arabian color.
Louis XIV Boudoir
ay $12.00 value" Afsfr
SI" In. long, '-VjA
at 18 In. wide, V R
HM 1 hloh '' 'y
M.nu ot aolld TannrviMa Kisl I'eil.r.
wlih iMiautlful nn": ml flnihn: IP toil
wltn oraaa inner. , misr bandies,
nraaa Mrt atar ami tlir.u-ply hinge.
loi'orale, WKIi ii.pner l rim inn, 4. mi l
I. . , I
mnitiiiMl nn HKiillurv Kreneli
Moth, mice, dual ami ilanip-proof
lb Marie Antoinette
Curtains, pr. $4.00
Only tfOO pair of their
l.aor Cufftalsai white or
$1.75 Couch Covers
at, each, $1.25
t'oiioh Cover in
taplra of rich coloring
30c Art Ticking at.
II Car Load
I Je ii rr tj
New ahioirunenti of color
anil puttorni to select from.
O'Neill Main m,.rr linirth llnor.
O'iXeiU'it Profit-Sharing Sale
Rej?. Val. I Blue Onion
$28.48 ; Dinner Sets
This set of 100 pieces is made
of the finest quality of German
China. It makes a handsome
display in the dining room.
O'Neill's carries this set in
open stock. That means that
broken pieces can be replaced
at any time.
Bargains in Useful Household Articles
4.25 Portable Gas dj-j cfl
Lamps at yCjJ
(lomplrtr with braaa stand,
opal shade, hnrnrr, mantle anil
rnlatsa ti feet of sea lulling
elth BJOOSSaseKI all rnaily to light
Irons, special at tpew
Juat bat you want lor the
laundry. Savea labor sad prsvsals
suffering from beat Every oae
guaranteed. Come wltb cord, ping
and atand. all ready for ass.
49c Urooms. 27c
sou aoasa r tt
bust SStSSSSd corn
parlor tirooma. iiiailx tu
give soon ssrvsoe
Table Sets. S2.19
Unoralud I'onul aln .
Ttiln y-four plror.lo every
mm. Very aprelal offer
I rite for thla isle.
1.S5 Pitchers and
Basin, pair. 79c
Lara elae; watts
and gold deiwsMsas
Hpectar (or tela sals.
(ON. Ill llatnefiiralahla Sta
O'NeilCa Profit Sharing Sale
Another Tm U olvs-4M-rt At Sale
of V WrI lClllldlU13 Prices
that (lint" Vni.nri'in Thmv i mi I rm nnri Pmmmmmm Knnri
'It by Experienced Mechanic Along Scientific Line
Pll ooiiHlicn.neri nrrlvml I in' i i tlino for tlm nlu nroflt-
ahartng nale. so, lllto everv'iilnir rl, In lbs Slots, I u'y have bssa
iinilerprle Ml to slvn O'.Nelll riiilomer. a chance to tiu; tlirm at
a minimum prt 'c.
With thj j.i rot.'u c warm w 'ittnnr. rrfrlgeralora arr now
In derunml more ttmn over. Don't, w ilt until lUSUasr, VBSSJ
prtoiM win da i i (in r nu biy now at. sals pet OS I, II like
vou nan piv at eonvnul ut tnlervala.
TUrr., miidrl. to-morrow at aprrlsl prion:
Moarl No. I,
I'hl, UKMlel lis,
ion oupa'.ity of
" ai n '.-.:. I
Model Ho. ,
of i .i pouinla. Jun
III i i til r,K for I lie
II I,., mo.
u'Nrlll HomrriiriiUlilog Ktor -Ba.enirnt
Mndrl V- s,
Valua In n,
I td si'.. ty 1(10
poiitl. with BfO
(Mirtl'iuttf ft Incr 'Ku
in i u,: --Hi-.i- lt .
1 ..c - ftfiougn 1Q9
Cab be bouvbt
Van buy rrwm
now f pel -f-.
nd whllt itiiiif
vrnrer, fibre bound, with fibre
centre band. Four drawer and
bat box. Hrasaed atrel trim
ming. All parti riveted.
O'Neill HeBMtsrnlkla Stars
(Weill's Profit Sharing Sale
New dsjtigni and coloring! fine, t itrdy. loog'SCrving finali
ties at exceptionally low prices!
Brussels Rugs, ci e 7C
?,,. I'a'ut tjyita. $ 1 j . j
Mailr of BBSSt uu,l i ty of body
llruaarja, in a vrry meful aiir
Brussels Rugs, m e u(
Kit '.;- 1 19.00, 51 C.. 7 J
Alao inailr of finrit quality of
oo'ly Hiu. .el., hut mi a .mailer
Reversible Wool Smyrna Rugs
Special at from 95c to S3. 7 5
llrat quality, in many nrw pultern, sad coloring, in five lisei
IHiSfl lasksS) rcg. Cg
value tlSA; aalr prior ZfDC
flxtS inrhr., reg a s
value 1.9.5, ale price. $1 .tD
S6IS4 inchen; rrg . r r m
aalr price 9jU.ZiJ
e valur St.'
.sditiii laebasj rrg
value i .air prier
3H7 nehea; teg
lur 1 73; nlr price
SyM Mala Store I mirth gtSS,
art arrangement of payment at interval for Furniture
and Home t'ittinqs would be convenient, you ikoxdd join O'StiW
(, Weill's Profit Sharing Sale.
BLANKLTS and Comfortables
Pull aire; an O'Neill
leads I worth St 23.
Special at, pair,
I'ull liaSI whitr fill
ing nnd sovsrsd with
lUaollast worth i.tf.v
Special at, each,
Regular Ss SO.
r'mr Wool Blank!,
full me. Special at.
t h r y give warmth
without wrigbt. Value
S AO. Special at. each.
(1-NrUI Mala Si
All woolt worth
10.40. Special at. pair,
"Marlborough - Bles
bsim" sad "Saata
Maria" Wool Blanket.
Regular BA.SO. Special
O'Ncill-Addms Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22nd Street, New York Cijy
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