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THI EVIMI1T0 WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL
BY MEXICAN BAND
Wniiain B. Fuller ind His Son,
CMI Engineers of Palisade.
N. J., Missing.
ONE RANSOMED TWICE.
Younger Man Soon to Wed
Paterson Girl; Complaint
Made to Wilson.
Frtenil. arr ilir rM for tn aafel nf
(N Nm Torn civil enelners. father una
sea, in th Mill town of Seota Roaalls.
Mass f ChlhUBhua. Union who can-
nat mctifd v loifBTfcpli They are
IB serllmi In whlrh railroad nr
tleto it reported at tnJ(U;. and
aa Inquiry ill he etarted M Waahlns
taa to-day to Incur h!r protection
The father la William II fuller mem
ber of the oonaulliiif tiin..rin firm
of Johneon fuller of No Ul Xsaaau
aBeat Th eon la Bernard Kiillr. The
ratter reaMe In Palisade. N. J . and
Fuller, who wrot to President
an ynMMH x-amx mm to atari
the Inquiry. Ii gtaailv worried.
Twice, arrordlnc to nw which lias
retailed Mr. Puller, aha eald to-day.
har huaband had ben raptured by
a rased bands of urnl. carried In to
in mountaina and arid until Ian ran
eeaje wcra sall by the employer of
MP. FVillor. Th lataat of lha wa
lM than a month aeo. and fallura to
bear froai Mr. Puller rec.ntly haa
arallaad tha grsatet anil1y In Mrs.
OH TO SI MARRIED TO A PAT
IN SON OIRL.
lira. Pullers feer. far huaband aad
aaa ara aharad aw tha I at tar-a amount
by Mia Ma I.utton of Patareon, N.
J. MM) bat ton and youn Puller ara
ta be married nn April It If ha auo
oaete In reach I na hr in tint.
"Thy tall ma tbara ara no road
ruatiina In that section.1' Mr. Fullar
told Tha Bvaalng World to-4ay, "and
Vm afraid is will have ta rid horae
baa acroaa tha country ta tha border
la rdr ta tat here ah.cn a trap
waald ba a moat diayjanaa aaa far him
or any on slss."
ttie aldar Fullar, who la flfty-fhree
years old and who foraMrly waa n
ral aupwrlatawdant for tha contractor
on tha construction of a portion or
tha masonry aqueduct of tha Now
Vorh Board of Water Supply, a chaf
anglnoar for baa Merloo Northern
Power Company. Ltd.. a oonrer with
hoen- offlcr la Toronto, ninada. whlo i
l eneaead In construe tint UAoqullla
daa across tha Cwnahoa River near
aata Rosalia. Tha work, which will
to IIO.OsO.000. Is almost
(. man ars an
Hi Stora for Good VaJuat
6th Avenue at 31st Street
On account of tha rain of tha laat thro
amy we continue tha following apaclal aalaat
Scamleaa Silk Li ale in
price 3 pair for $1. During
PVf.ilh -fM Wck.
Puro Silk Hoao, fine, medium wet-ht, double tartar tops
m sua or uiie. nin tpuced
uwe; regular price HJP.
a... cm. u ii i
ii i rytmm in oitca ana colors; alio mlk thread hose in
black. Rcfular 50c quality. During this tale 3 pair for $1
3.50 & $4 Shoes at 1.90
I Paid Mail Ordtrs Sent
on the wwi and Mf snrme of
monay nereasarlly have feeaa kept on
hand In the company's ofdM. Mr.
Full' haa bean ther for eirhteen
From tha drar the company haa had
to contend with roving bandit tmmt.
Knowlstee of the praoanco of so moth
money was a oonatsnt tamotatlon
rmietlmaa rhey claimed to ha raiM
aoldlern, MM evon thle was asaarally a
prtxt nothing more. HeveraJ ''.inea
hand-to-hand aneaeernents wara feuant
n the llllla town, and In oaa letter
Mr. Fuller wrote lo Mf. Jrthnson, Ills
partner, he dsacrihad a two-hour bat
tle, in which his draughting room was
veed as a fort by one aid, while tha
oook hoeee waa rtrawMitdaerad by the
E LOt ft FULLIR HELD TWICt
Tha attuatlaa became worse a tout
two month saw. whan a hand, reported
to bo undor tha leadership f vaelovin
Hrrer captured til eklar Fuller. He
waa ta.hen Into the mountain. sub
jected ta all enrt of hardohlps and
mad lo write to other nffloMJa at tha
oumpany at Ranta Rosaha asfejnd that
MO.nw ho paid the mdnappora' rspro
aontaitlvoa In order (o obtain his re
lease. Tina waa paid and Mr. Fuller
want barte to work.
aomstMni mora than a month ago
tha nam band aaln daacended updn
the Mexican Northem'a plant aad took
Mr. Fullar away with thorn. They
sent word to ths other oBJeMla tkmt
he would bs atrappwd to a tmrro and
driven over the mountain which waa
Intarpratad lo msaa certain doatb for
him. Tha alternative offered waa
lit. oo After corurtdaraMo parlaytasj
tha bandits arcs tod te.a, and
Fullsr was ralaaead.
Mrs Fuller haa not beard directly
from her huaband regarding theae -parlances
he failed to mention them
In hie Isttsra far fear It would worry
lior. Friends have heard of them, and
la view of tha situation have toM har
of them. Nha than decided to appeal
directly to President Wilson.
ttM wmmm of th y
As we Brow older these
muscles weaken, hence the need
of proper fitting glasses to make
up for the deficiency.
You can feel perfectly safe
in coming to our oculists (reg
istered physicians) for advice.
If you need glasses and wish tb
purchase them, we furnish you
the very but possible in eye
glasses at a cost of 92 or more
Our free booklet, "Eyes and
Their Care," is very interest
ing. Write for it.
M last tSd 61.. Bear Fourth Ars.
t7 West Mth St.. bat. Ath It tth A vss.
M West If Mh St.. aaar Lenox Ave.
at Caiatahaa Aaa.. tlat aad ttd Sto.
70 Nassau St.. near John St.
lOttJ Broadway. Bear Wlllo bv. Bklyn.
4tt Kultoa St , opp. A. k 8.. BUya.
97 Broad St.. near Hahae's. Newark.
black, white and tan: our regular
this tale, pair 26c
white end tan; alio tilk litle in
Duiiralhiifale. a nalrfortl
heel, - doublf' sole of tilk or
Durimj thw ule. pair $1
Thtsc mi tii HMitcMf cootrtl
j 1 1
Every pair guaranteed to be
right in every detail. Positive
bargains at the price quoted.
High Shoes of fine patent colt
kin. with fancy colored tilk corduroy
top, tan and black calfskin; also white
canvas button shoes with welted soles.
Pumps and Colonials, tan
calfskin, tan buckskin, black, velvet
and mercerized linen, in white, tan
and champagne color. Ox
ford ties of tan and black calf
skin and patent leather; aK
Parcel Pott Prepaid
TO GRADUATION GOWN, $5.
eth aefcaal Hoard Rales
That's All Ther May Cost aad
flirts r Angry.
(Xpert to Tlie lmitf WnrM.)
LIKAfllTTH, N. J , April IT - llrl
ensmbers of lh nlor class of Rosnells
Park High Rrhool are pouting because
the Board of Education haa decreed
that none of the ' anret girl grsduateK"
It to appear on commencement night
wearing a drssc tliat will coat more
thsn IT The hoard further Insist the
glrlt must make Ih dresar themielve
The most uablnd cut of all, however.
In the opinion of the girl. Is tha rule
forbidding thorn to receive Bowers on
Ther ars ttfaful r imtillng and talk
of a strike I hoard Mot of ths girls
are tha rhlMrn of wealthy commute,
and tha new rule ha been Issued be
oauas af alleged axtraraganca In the
past which has msde it embarrassing
for the puPlli of laaa wealthy parent
f rarfhlftt Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
Will Close Out Friday
122 Women's Tailored Suits
Of Wool Poplin, Faille de Laine, Bedford Cord,
Shepherd Check or Mannieh Fabric.
Heretofore $29M to $49.50
effect slender lines In the large
figure without discomfort, and
trt guaranteed to
Reduce Hips end Abdomen
One to Five Inches
Wear-Proof Elastiae Cora prov I da
coralort, and warrant gors-dura-blllly
during tha Ills of the corset.
Specially woven materials, guar
anteed not to rust, tsar or break.
Sites, 19 to 96,
Ma. aaa. u u -- .-j k.u.
i.eei No. 7 as, lew koM. Iaartd muUI,
SS.OOi M TM"..lLbL..
gtra slender, fashlonabla figurs
llass, gracefully modeled bust and
sabdaed hips. Superior quality
ooutil and Batista, daintily trim
med. Guaranteed not to rnst. tlsa.
W. 1. 1 mil n , graasfaflr arprtlad,
fi BBSS wrlaklai. tell, cllaalag. durs
Ms laMsrtals, dalsty lrlmmls. ni.l
amTilslbia s.alsg. Prbj. SO ta SS.O0.
World Wtnta Work Wonderi.
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lal sKatatft BaaMllsaaaaaV Rasi
I ! m EUutine II B
f 1 B Reduao I
M CORSETS h
I m TheHipt V
I M and Give b
I Slander Linos
I I mm T B 11
I l.pj,-, tol F'gnrea '
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THI RICMCBT PRODUCT or TMt RtBT
OF MARYLAND'S FtMOUl O'tTlLlIBiH
THE AMERICAN GENTLEMAN'S WHISKEY
TMaiaaiisisiasisioaaaagiaeiaisiaaaaaaa Biaaaiagasina a saw a
230 Women's Silk Dresses
Of Canton Silk Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Charmeiue and
Silk Brocade; Alto a number of SnglUh
Serge and wool aponge.
Heretofore M to $4940
They have the style of higher priced
shoes a quality that would justify a higher
price- from a concern lacking the matchless
producing power of thia great inatitution.
ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLES.
On Sale in Basement
Only the big, ripe
1 petvebeo, the pick
of California's or
char da, are good
enough to go into a
DEL MONTE can.
! tko arggtsl
bat turn ft
for DEL MONTE peaches,
aad jrsoMso their ubmsmsS
They're pack at
i they ripen, tha day
they're packed, aad pre
eerred by boat alone.
Yoa wtO Snd the aosao
high standard of quality
in Del Monte
Ceed by the U. S. Araty
and Navy Hoapitals.
Umm CaJsasis si flaaa mi
inrr BRASS BED
With every rurctwea of 171
5 T $75 10 150
AA A WEEK OPENS
vU am ACCOUNT
1S1 ST. I. STATION AT COBWEB
others you arc
Ws Bell Tbsm oa ta
K AST PAYMKNTH
'ui aaHMH ssa.ee
Olrl RoliaKU f 54-W. I-SC
Sunday World Wants
Wotk Monday Wonders.
. AUman $c (Ho.'
are showing a complete assortment of
Women's Fine French Hand-embroidered
Lingerie, including Princess Slips
and Petticoats for street and evening
wear; also Nightgowns and close-fitting
Undergarments of Crepe de Chine. Linen
and Nainsook, and Matinee Jackets of
Sheer Cotton, Crepe de Chine and Silk.
The Misses' and Children's
have in stock an extensive selection of
French and American-made Undergar
ments, comprising Nightgowns. Petti
coats, Chemises, Drawers, Corset
Covers, etc., styles for Spring and
Summer wear; also Misses' and Chil
dren's House Gowns and Negligees J
A Special Sale has been arranged f or
to-morrow (Friday) and Saturday of
(sizes I to 5 years), made of various
washable materials, at the very low
prices of 38c. & 55c.
S. Altman & MxC
havethoroughly equipped Vaults
on the premises for the Storage
of Purs. Fur Garments, Rugs,
Draperies and Lace Curtains.
Protection is assured against loss
Orders may be sent by mall or telephone.
Telephone, 7000 Murray Hill
fjPtfli Attfiutr, yiu) tuft 35ttj fctmt. Km far.
1-4 Carat, $10
3-4 M 29
Ladles' and Gentleinen't
Lntll P. ML Saturday
eMrbls aad sol. as af a few
i Maale Tleae (ieauln
slae oa aale until l. M.
of w "apeelal1
t T-N Carat.. tSTB
J M-H iittil
h-T - i:
i a-a jj loo
i Los ' ba
I l-M 4f
Maaieads aanbasad froai a. esa be
.-rh.ai si fall valoe or. returned fur
ra.b. lea t.a per real., wlibla oae rrer.
Knrrvd rr WTtll. You tv.n.
CHARLES A. KEENE
180 feSiwsy. lien 'Vsrk
$4 for this Settee Table
Size when open 4 feet; regular SS
Table and Settee. Other Barcabs
70 Years Establishes!
Car. Myrtle Aye. & Bridge St,
Brooklyn, N. T.
Special Term Credit.
THE SILENT BULLET!
The silent bullet who fired It?
Whom did it hit?
Why was it silent ?
The room in which it was fired
was full of people.
No one heard the shot.
All this denotes a pretty excitlnt
and unusual mystery story, doesat
Not the kind of story you M hold
of every day.
The "story's name h "THE SU
It is by Arthur B. Reeve.
It will begin serial publicitlon is
next Monday's Evening WoMd
Don't forest the date. You