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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913.
sentenced to prison
Judge Mulquecn (iives Ma
thilda Nieman ( )ne Year and
Nine Months at Auburn.
Matilda Nlivnan. til airl ..' tnvalerj.
a thm ha beeinni 1 nfrn n I it TaffltiSi
alleged by tiir- pM In i t . . ;rwit
female jillcpo kt H". MWi KM lad
In thrlr tolla. era tO'dg MlltM I '
lh' rltal MM f'H grasses it Auburn
'ir one yrur nl Mini m nth iy .liidsv
ttulqurrn In llM COfl of Qeagfal "!-
a. or Tii Bin had aMsfles' saUty t ih-
1lifi of a mi( Ui'C.k.u from Mrs, Mll.ti.
tflmnautn if N TTi Il.ck trl. tit
Bronx, at Hr l . and Tlilrly-fuui th
etrt. Jan .
yat mora than two motitha. MM BBS
pleaded guilty. Jiulgr Milliliter, rtlilf -1
by th probation officer of thr nrurt,
has been trying to ascertain aometMng
or tit girl' anlcdcnta. Investigation
allowed thai In 1M aha Mad been rnt
to th Bedford Kefonatory for Wwmen
gor picking pockaU at Coney Island
Mlai Catherine B. Havla, auprlntndnt
of th Bedford Institution, told Judge
Mapquean that Mlaa Nleman ww ona of
tMHy-four earl examined In th In
stitution Jy psychologist and declared
to be of abnormal mind
"I am aatlafted, " Mlaa Davl aald.
"that bar real nam la not Nleman rthe
told ma aha oama from a rood rally In
Wariaw. Russia, and I know ah re
calvd remittance from them She waa
avt a popular Ctrl In th Tteformtor
bacauaa aba waa better educated than
Mat of the other gtrU and would not
Join la with tbam."
The girl refueled to tell Judge Mulqjeen
aagthtng about herself.
STRIKE FOR MANHOOD
E IN BELGIUM
!; 300,000 OUT
Government Refuses to Dis
cuss Mill Until Men re
Hack at Work.
inn nsi;i..- Helghim, April 17 Th
Soi-lnlM trlk In Belgium for man'tood
iiffrngi- I rereading. It la limited
lu-Jaj UWl from IIIO,r) bj HMSI worH
era are Idle Premier Hroquevllle,
apeaklng In 1'arllainent, put the total at
UOOrai The Central Industrial Commie-
s.on of lliu-4-li. a i on-pol i . el organ
UAtion. aaya that Sli.oOO Mel an waK
earnra hav gone out In five Induir1e
textile, gift, coal mining, metal an 1
atrurtnral Iron making. The I'atholl
i'iti ptlta the total aa low aa 2l.i)
The Cat hoi I - workmen are holding aloof
front the etrlke.
There ha been no diaonler of Saagga
oiience. The Government flnda It line
Iran 00.1 nt hand than See SS peeled,
o'ul eonte fear of a light anil power
faming'' it entertained.
Motii th in ten thouxand trlaSef aur
fOWaaM the national hall of legielfitloii,
but there wii no violence
At Ohent, 1 . . i mure men Joined the
atrlke, bringing th total thre to lB,0ti.
The Mayor of Ohent tiye In fenna for thu
aurreaa of the International Kxhlbltlnn,
SkaitaM to be opt nd by th King
April Sixty per tent, of th Mttall
exhlbltora have delilxl to retire from
participation and thirty per cenL of the
Krrn'-h xblbitora hav followed their
example Amerlran aBMMtbTl ar heal
latlng. The axpoaltlon liiillillngn and
ground will ba rrady for th opening,
Get the Wcll-Known
BATTLINQ MAN AND WIFE
BOTH FIGHT PEACEMAKER.
It Reqtilre Two Policemen and One
Civilian to Subdue RaRine; Pair
After Hot Conflict.
""Malta killing I aa wife' Man kill
ing lil wlfOl"
t.'arl Johnaon, -lad (taitlly In ahlrt and.
trouaera. daahed from hi bom at N'c
III Kent avenue. Wllllameburg. a hall
hour after midnight tM morning and
acrea'oed thle mnaaage Into tha ear of
Vallceman Huphen Thornton, on port
there Timrnton draw 111 nlghtatlok and
ottorged 1on Kent avenue to the houae
at No. 23.
He buret through-th 8R In the
front room were Joaeph eV-.hnelder and
hta wife, JoawnMnr. Joaeph waa belabor
ing Joeephlne over the head with a club
nod ahe waa whacking the rlba of her
apouae with a loaded whlpatock. Police
man Thornton etarted to take a band
and Initantly tha hue band and wife ha
gaa unanlmnuily to ahower tilowa upon
tha peaocmaker. When Johnaon Inter
fered to take th policeman' part he
got a fair ahare of punlahment.
Policeman Braoken, hearing the nolae,
riaihed down from iile poat, two hlocka
away, and Joined In the fray. It re
quired the t'ombtned eCforta of tha two
poHeamen and tha crvlHan to auhdtie the
buaband and wife. Their four children,
ranging In age from nine to on, w re
rent to tha Chlldroa'a atociety. Loiter
the Mchnetdera were arraigned In the
Manhattan Avenue Court
Matte In th tarmst, test
quipped and sanitary Malts
Milk plant In tha world
Wo do not make "milk producW
Skim Milk. Condensed Milk, etc.
HOttlalCK'S MALTED MILK
Made from pure, full-cream milk
and the extract ofaeleet malted grain,
reduced to powder form, soluble in
water. Beet food-drink for ell eee
Ml" ASK FOR HORUCK'S
Used all over the Qlobo -
U oa auLga-
traee la Balhaa War.
IX) ft DON. April U. A tan daya' truc
boa been arranged between the Oulga
rlaa and Turklah commander a, according
to a Constantinople deapatcb to tha
vaaoa mm W
Silk Hosiery for Women
Heavy Ingrain Silk, four-inch double garter tope, to
prevent stitchee running. Extra reinforced doutle
olaa, toea and high spliced keels.
To make this stocking known to YOU, we offer for ten
days, beginning to-morrow, Friday,
Three Pairs for $2.75
See our window display end profit by this introduc
tion. The acquaintance will wear well.
Regal Shoe Stores
128th Street and Sovonth Avenue
37th Street and Broadway
27th Street and Broadway
21at Street and Sth Avenue
II Fulton St root, Brooklyn.
I f$s$r. Hat your figure the graceful,
l Jmry X supple, Youthful lines that make
1) V s. OU prOU' ee yUr reection
I III F I f-on of "t he' iffy issatfsfy
iWBm 10 and puzzle you when you adapt
" "i8 THK STANDARD EVERYWHERE FOR
' " -JlsS 'K rma r M - nT--- vur uiauim nc ricumu , I
Don't Wait One Minute More! Come to the Great
MILLION DOLLAP PECEIVECS SALE
Conducted by L A. Price and A. S. Gilbert, Receivers
$1,000,000 Stock of Brand New Spring and
EWE great floors teeming with bargains and great crowds taking advantage of them. That's the general scene during the
flays Ol this great Receivers' Sale. Prices are marked sensationally low.
Slightly imperfect, which does
not hurt the wear or mar their
appearance. Size 3.0x5.9. Quan
tities limited. Come early for
best selections. reoru.Vi.r.
V,, , i . - TioMi mm i nanf rrrm.
WANTED! 100 Saleswomen. Apply Employment Office
r i -i--aaBai- .
Th line vomprlsea the moat
Iaut1ful line ever prcxltired.
The effect are BruaaHa,
Kenaiaaance. iiiei. iriin I'uint.
luny ana t oi
Value from f2 to
IT.r.o uer ta r. for
.-!-ri . 7to, Sto, 8e,
4vc, 3o, ago and
At Receivers' Prices
kll K PAPI INC 25 lncttett wide. In
mum rwrLina, a larKe vnriety o(
SprinR Hliades. Value 7ot. Receivers'
price per yd.
Beautiful ranue of newest shades. Value
etc. Receivers' price per yard ....
18 in. wide, in the newest
t Spring shades. Value Tot.
Receivers' price per yard
STRIPED MESS ALINE, i?,,;",
brown, lilac, navy, black and white stripes.
Value 11. Receivers' price per yard
SII K RFMN ANTS kinds of
DIM MLimnnn 1 a in various widths
and lengths for dress, waist or skirt. Value
to II. Receivers' price per yd. lie. Me and
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS, 4 r
in IrntfthK for vuits, skit ts or dresses. Value
lo II. Receivers' price per yd. Mc and Ivv
I ACV DIVMNANTC chiffons, allovers
ajraw-. -"'"" - and net in black
and colors. In lengths to 5 yds. Values Me
toM. Receivers' price per yd. M to
swiss and nainsook, flouncing, edges, etc.
Values to II. M. Receivers' price, yd., Tie to . .
DIRRANC 4 inches wide, in short
HI DO WW J, Pngtr)8. Beautiful shade
Value He. Receivers' price per yard
VAII aTC washable. 36 inches wide. Excel
lcnt quaijty. value lie. Re
ceivers' price per yard
UniTITI AUTRlC 'n various lengths. 40
If nilBlarlff ildtin. wide. Good strong
quality. Value He. Receivers' price per yd . .
nRFTC TRIMMINGS all colors, plain
widths. Value to Me.
fancv: in various
Receivers' price per yd.
$12, $15, $18 (SL $20
(El Cloth Dresses
The Receivers' Price
A large ihip
menf uf re
ceived added to
othere left over
from our rw
cent big male
TT'OR women who want a
lovely dress or gown
for wear at afternoon teas,
club meetings, card parties,
receptions, theatre or din
ner wear, the seashore or for
whatever use a pretty frock
may be desired.
MeterioU are of fine foulard eilh, eilh
crWmcu, toft metialine merge and
many other novelty clothe to much
in vogue thit teuton .
We illuttrate a polha dot Foulard Silk
Droit; alto one of the verge dretee.
Colors are navy blue, brown, tan,
Copenhagen, taupe, iireen, gray,
white and black. All sizes for
women and misses.
Women' 8L Misses' $4. $5 & $6d
Skirts. Cut by the Receivers to $
This is the greatest skirt opportunity we have ever oliered
to you. Siies for women and misses. All new Spring
models in the latest colorings.
By the Receivers
19c PILLOW CASES, 45x36
' in. bxtra
well made. Receivers' price
Receiv-ers' price w"v
ity. Receivers' price vnv
$1.51 FANCY LINENS, jjjgjj; TOg
Extra fine quality. Receivers' rice
25C DOYLIES. Iand embroidered, f A
12C NAPKINS, temmod
35c WASH GOODS, and cot
ready for a
Large size. Re- f"
ton. Good 1111"
quality. Receivers' price, per yard
25c RATINE SUITINGS, f Op
LaAVlQ VjUWIt J t,VVI v- o pilV( WW
IQi MAURAS brand new coods,
' suitable for waists
and shirts. Receivers' price, per
29c RIBBONS. 38315
for everybody. Receivers' price
.N BED QUILTS, gfJJ-
$4 Lawn Swings
Made of hardwood,
nicely finished. Very
strong . SA.74
$7 Lawn Swings
Made of hard wood,
nished. large W.0D
enough for 4 fc
large site pil-asapai
low and deep' C
valance. Ex- M M
tra well made
IT r-'i nlmnir
mnrie and verv m PC
carrv. . . .
Couch Ha m mocks
It ni.-Uk ltl a
e,.n..v. tururi lil.N
sin.- .1 A rhala
.SQC . . .
$3.00 Beaded Pumps
14 different styles
in short vamp and
high arch effects
Patent colt pumps with one, two
or three straps. Also dongola kid
pumps, some with new French
and Spanish heels in one, two or
three strap effects. All sizes.
$5 to SI 2 Trimmed Hats
aura gB W
td dwn W).29
tale. It would
be utterly im-
pottiblm to get tuch a value
in any other ttore.
In the assortment are popular
tailored and dress hats in all
desirable shapes and colors. Trim
med with flower and feather
stick-ups; draped with ribbons
arid some with the usual high
Receivers' Price, A
Double breast- $
ed and Norfolk
m o d e 1 8 , in
meres and cheviots. All
shades of browns, tans and
grays. This is a clearance
of all the odd sizes from
our high-grade suits.
Don't fail to attend and get
$1 .0 0 C B a la Spirit Corsets
The latest Spring mod- mm mil
els for every type of '111
figure. Cut extremely M
long and has excellent lines
15c Infante' Shirts, of fine soft cot
ton, high neck and long sleeves.
Beautifully finished. Sizes for LI
infants to 2 years. Receivers' fkd
price Second Floor Vaf
iMsai-irrfh a nr i t eta
I skirts, can be
raised or low
Knitting Ymrne. A .
odd shades. Receiv- Af
ers' price, per skein
Stocking Fett, black
or white. Re
ceivers' price per
ceivers' price per
Cermet Lmeet, tubular.
5 yds. long. Re- A
ceivers" price per
Sanitary Napkin: Re
for bos of
$18.50 Axminster Rugs
Extra high pile nap. Ori
ental and floral designs.
Slightly im -
perfect. Size m AO
8 ft. 3 x 10 ft.
$8.00 Wool and
Ruas, size 7 ft. 6 x 9. Reversible
and can be used in any room. Re
4.00 Ingrain Ruga, ' 4 wool. Extra C( 9C
Size 6x9. Receivers
Oilcloth, I a i
Beds & Bedding, at
Sampsons 4-4, 6-4
and 8-4. Also Amer
ers' price per
oeoe oc c
Men's and Young Men's
Your unrestricted choice of
hundreds of high-grade wor
steds, cassimeres or tweeds,
in any one of the new shades
of blue, brown r gray. Each
suit is guaranteed strictly
all-wool and hand tailored
from the newest of Spring
models. Sites '32 to 48 stout.
Men's $1.50 and
Black derbies, telescopta,
Alninna in :ill
$15.00 High Class Refrigerators
nctxivcre r ncc VaT 1 "ffc
Made of hard wood, brass hard- 9lf"V
ware, 24 in. wide, 17 in. deep,43 f
in. high. 701b. ice capacity. . V
50c Shaft Clot hmi Dryer, fast
ens on wall.
Extendi over 3 ft.
$4.S0 Oil Stoves, two
burner, blue flame, rail
cabinet back and A A aa
Pot, with bail handle;
holds 8 quarts.
Has cover. R,. klla
eeieert' price .
$12.50 100-Piece Dinner Set
11.95 Cat tlass
I ia i idles. Ex
of cut glass
sition for 12 &Wm AP
25c Fancy Plates,
Assorted sizes: made
of thin Aus
and stock up.
8c Berry Sets,
7 pieces, made of fine
won t lose