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THE EVENIlfO WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT I, 1913.
QJ HERO ALMOST
COT IN TWO BY ROPE
USED MSCUE GIRL
Ml Had to Be Draped Back
lo Bridge and Sent to
ran conrhmlvoly rtninntnitKd l.iat
to many womlrtlna: Inhabitant i.f
Inland Oty that It wa. poeell
i falling human ho.ly to nuir-h a
i through Mir ratface of Putrh Kill"
Cfwak. It wan alan nlmirn I ayoml tilt
awMateetrUira of a doubt that a man
waashlne JTO ponndt and with a nllp
aoaee of rope about hla aquator rannot
ttia rart of rescuer wlth.ut
Kata Whnhn of No. I Mouth
Tath atraat was tha nna Who provrd
that a human hrlna ran break the oil
emeawed surface of Dutch KIM Creek,
la aomparieon with whVh th iIhwmik
Caaal ii a sweat breath from Bden.
Whan aho etaid off tha bntl abet
mast Into Uia nc nt Borden avtnut,
"Otdaboma t'cta" Wrlgf, th" hravy
proprietor of a aaloon Bear at 4Mnd.
daakad gallantly to tha rearur.
Sal Ranatel, bridge lender, nnd four
othara Ued a rop about that portion
of alt aaatoaiy arhlrh "Oklahoma lvt ''
ralla hla walat and started to kiarer
him. Tha knot, Tiring of the allp-Tiooxa
variety, out Into tha aallnn-lireper'
avalrdupota painfully, and Instead of
raaealng a maiden In distress "Okl
hotaa Pete thrrw a fit In mld-alr. Tha
man at tha other rrnl of th ropa had to
haul him up to tha street Ma-far n
bafora tbey rould sva furtbrr attention
to Miss Whalen
Tha air I waa finally pulled out after
tha rope had been dns:acd from bar
would-be rescuer and both were sent to
Ht. John'. HoaplUI for trratmant.
To-day aroraa of Umg laland City
dwellere ara rrowdlnc to tha llordan
avaaua brldtra to aaa tha hola In tha
rraak Mlaa Whalrn made.
WIFE'S SUIT HELD UP:
Carter, Nm DtftlHtatlt, (,)uotfJ .is
aVQrfHf He Would WcJ
A bricklayer Milt a bank a -'ount, a
half Interest In n esesaiH.I Ml Ulna
steamship and el ' an Utaflad affinity
waa lh defendant la -day In fetfa Nrl
lie t'artrr a aiilt fur a divorce In Jttttlf a
Olagarieh'i p.irt nt tiir Supreme Court
Tii daftnaVint, tev1d Carter, pled
Majntar ault BfaJSeJ Ma wife, naming
Mra. Carta UM th court that farter
haa lwnn living recently v It li MM
I'earl Wetaaninn at Ma 191 Vt rem.m
atroat, the llmnx. Kite laid ht dattfttd
Bet and lit air twatft)raaf oM on, Ar
thur. three eara aD,
Mlaa Baaalt RoattUaf told of meeting
Oaftaf after tttt Mill wn hronght.
"lie aaM Hint BS hour after Mra. far
tar got her Slvorcs he would marry a
girl named lVa:l." teaMMIed the wltneaa
"He aln aald t int Paarl't mother waa
ao auxlona to aee her dfiughter weeded
to CWttf th.it ahe would pay the ax
prtw "f Mra Curler dlvnt-ee action "
Anawor'.ng .Mia. 0 at ter'a plea fur ali
mony, f.irter denied that ha wni half
owner if t'.ia vessel. OMaM and rela
tlvea of Mra. Cdftaf denied ttie rn inter
i Imrge Jiiath e fllagerlch dla nlaaed the
hadbaad'i Mil and rcerved declalon on
Mra. fartcr'a a ut.
ftldrat lanrlna Taaehrr Honored
't'he hanetng Tenrhera' Ao iatlnn,
which hait been uinklnR hot fight on
tha lano Jolnta and l irker trottera,
p,rr,it','l A' nii-io." ' of icaol l-
I II out ami a i 'licit for l"i !t night to
Viof. Atoll Qfati aho roitaopto the
Mtltll daii' lng BAMtomy In Hi' tllf ft'
i:.ghl-' th alreet and Thud avtllilf
'It lh" fl'lleth annlveiaary if I'm'
tliau'a entry Into the Terpal -hore.in
buiHaat Ho la the oldaal laaehtf of
that llniu-hoiiored ait In New York. A
fpttttval (, ,e'ehrnte tie avatll ana I. "Id
!n Terin a (lard. n. Illj BUplla, nfter
4antoying Uittr ikill in i atriM of lafi
laaua. baaaantad him u'Ah a Mftt 9i
112. In gold.
BULLET HITS A PASSERBY.
t.oea Wild aa I'nlleeiiian la Trylna
In Jtenre I. eon of lloti.
A man not, fled 'MtrolmiiM John Woy.
Innd of the Ma'-dongal atreet atntlon laat
aveplng that nmn hoya were rohhlng a
di ii kin man in .ia lngtoii etrat near
Aa the patrol-nan P!rnaih"d the hoya
rati, leivlng the drunken man on the
awftaaraJhi IVtyland followed the tmya
and begun ehootlng In the nJr to frig iten
them Into halting. One of tha bulleta
trunk Jiimea Kawrett of No. 116 King
atreet, atio w.ia pausing on a truck. In
the It tad, nuking a a alp wound. Ifa
ana treated hy an ambulance a irgeon
and went home.
A hov who aald Tie waa Silvio Roger,
fourteen, of No f.7 Inmnlng atreat, wai
aataiM an i let kad up, charfftd with
j nenlle deltno'tcriry.
In tha ex Itenient the dn.nken man
got to hia feet and wilkel awny.
Is Detected While
in the Curable
TWnr Mftftia&fM nT ttlfl tf r
INM, ftn'l out vour tru VtMlllMI. IM
rt lortilon nnl I'm ' vuur AlMMt
If tou fear lhat thcra hus tn fallur
I tn tVifMUf 'V'-r or Hfttl4 vour
"f, t n on Ir. Anrltrann. KlW Vnrk'a
iMdlftfl SpeMtftHM In Throat I l.unm
i I a, h r ar),i th" Inventor r U 1 Arnr
I aon X l.lrht, whlr-h ha P9VMtttlMl0Ml tha
fnrmar niPthodai of n n", i,iK Internal
Ml la an ftrrt In AHUMeMll "n'l rn
rttewrt tha r 'ft aarllnatt alrna nf Inn trou
Mi whtla nf fll-aaao la vpt In Ita urbla
ata.. Thr ottonn of tin mm t irui
I of th batlv rn tllatlnrtly rVPail.
Do not wrilt until Hprlnr r r.kflnwn
ovartalrra vou, anfl An not dtlftf or wjt
f-T afparlmfnla with n IftlMIMtl to
hm trlatl out. Anythlnc that la i-rovn to
ho ralUhla untl nhl fo do oil that U
olalmi to do, witl ba aTlad!r etn1 promptly
ua-l hv an np' lallara.
! coata voii nothlna: to find out fnr vour
tlf. hrx-aTiio ronaultatlott ifi'l aiarnt na
tion wa aivan without charaa. &t tha of
fice of Ir. Andaraon. Ppac allat. fiO Wait
39(1 at (hatwaan Pth an-l flth aranuaa),
Houra lnjlv. 1 ft t 4 ; Mondiv. Wadnoa
dav, F-Mtv avanlnn till o'clock: ffun-da-va.
11 to 2. Valuahla hnok vn Tuhar
culnala pant to anv addrra.
MAN AH AN ' S
People Are Not Naturally Grouchy
Thy Are Only Constipated
WF In tha dara goaeereearr an wltl
. than fiction la that.
waa aiwaga oauarao, ana lut groaon wta aa
' perann. aow, wuyr uioaaaaaa la ai
aft A eted hllloaa. There la mora trath th
J? The reaudr waa alweye a eatharUo,
MO traaafarred iato a happy pareou. Vow,
m a conatlpatlon of the iar the bile di
9M aeaalt le Conatlpatlon of the bowtle. 1
oee not aaoee aad th'
- I. ennotlnatlnn A h. Imwla. fY. I m .t.M.IInn mam.
mm laaattee which work a within oaa hoar or ao without farther die- Si
a2ai aomfbrt and van ara aavad a dav of arronohlneaa. i
aT btubttaoi jawoa wai
dm o dlatrlbntlon of polaoaoue matter throurhout the yataaa, ad
taT -Which mease alekaeea. ZjL
Eg TOH CA1CT ha happy aad eeaetlpated. -Thaa yoa awekea with VZ
aaaaea aaaa ana yeiiow mi, ana ouiwi tongue, aci ax onoa,
i a day of aroaohlaeaa.
a7 aTlTBTTAOI JAoa WITII la a Vaturai laiaura. epaady. aura For lining truntt tno wreppino ctoinaauia
; ora-pt, .i,' TARINE MOTH SHEETS
Zltyra4atwTa?e-? Tm&ZZilmTiTm? 5awT17fa7 emdi told at all depvt mtnt and drug storee
V HI BaVBTLyi
More Big Special Offers
Wc want everybody to sec our New Floor and tell their friends about
It. Every Department has been enlarged and the whole big building is
newly lighted. The newest Grand Rapids Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, etc.,
fresh from the biggest mills, and Housef urnishing articles by the thousand
all make the most attractive display in the city.
T IT Tit la otT-
Bdfa-Cf E TV
Baby Walker, 95c
IJW I halpa bavby
-Itaj-B laarn to
ewkwla aff Aeawtrtaa DauttaauueL M- W
tit i Tana oct
Pair $-J o
Fillow$. 1 OO
Two "Daiay Pillowg,
made in our own Sani
tary Factory. S lbs. each.
19x26 inches. k w.
Complete and Up-to-Date Dept.
Oilrlotba, all Rradra, from 30c
Ingrain Carpet Irora , 4Cc
SAx7t Inch Novelty Ruga $1.35
SO i AO inch All-Wool Calgary Hug $1.75
4 x 7 fret Rag Ruga $2.75
O.P x 0 fret Tupratry Rug $9.75
H.S x 10.0 feet Seamleaa Velvet $18.50
Crerian Border Stair Linoleum, yard 37 1 i
7-in h Napier Hall Itunurra, yanl 47c
No Charge for Meagunng, Sewing, Layint
14 - Inch dome,
wit h greon art
glaaa p a n a I a:
our new d I a -play
of all kind 1 a
1 3 Piece
Very trong. baa heavy turned
li'K1. S leave extending the top to
.1 fret. Hundred of otbrri at nil
None Sold Without C oupon. N o
C O. D. or Mail Order. Filled.
Oaly One of each toa Customer.
'1Q-90 Massive Brass Bed
a tipr NM a . :l L
A very neatly designed, strongly made suite. 'Ma
hogany finish, with loose cushion seats.
O C r new rrul,Rement ol I)ur'or huilea and single
Chiffonier. kS.ttT piece wel1 worlh viit
made of tolid
in., and a good
of matched acta
and odd pieces for
the bedroom at
Liberal Terms, or
Wo Off for Cash
if You Prefer.
You juat have to aee thi wonder
to appreciate it. One whole rotn-
I part mint Hilh irr-clirat. shelve-,
etc., all removable. Perfectly
sanitary aud a great ice-aaver.
Ice Boxee of All Kinda from $4.98 to $1X1.00.
The pot and lop rail are i inch
and all filling rod are 1 '4 inch.
Note the very heavy huks and
rod end. In bright or satin finiali
untaraiahable lacquer. Iron,
bras and wooden beda, all price.
Toot - brake.
Fold in one
We will re-
place, free of
art ol tires
I ! very style of Carriage, Sleeper.etc
Prices Marked in
No "Free" Gifts,
No Qub Fees and
No Extra Charges
The Reputation of a Century's Business Success Is Your Guarantee of Satisfaction
Good Goods. Low Prices and Fair Treatment During the Long Time Given for Payments
Ettablithcd 1807. Downtown Store: 193 to 205 Park Row Chatham Square).
A. T. Slew rl Si Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue,
Eighth to Tenth Street
A Good Get!
In tennis as in everything else, alertness wins the "return of
the stroke" It is the same kind of alertness which enabled us
to secure such good merchandise at opportunity prices as are
presented to the Men of New York in this splendid offering:
The Once-a-Year Sale of
Men's Shirts, Pajamas,
Opens Friday y May 2nd
Wc arc high up on one of the top floors of the Wanamaker Building,
henind the scenes. About us are Shirts, Shirta, Shirts literally thousands
and thousands of them. Our reserve stock of regular shirts is here; also t lie
14,00X1 shirts purchased specially for this sale. Wc open sample boxes of
the 12,000, compare them with our regular shirts, and we find these:
Soft Mercerized Shirts
$1.50 for $2 Grades
Yes, WmiHinaker $2 grade, for the material, are fine and
the patterns are excellently chosen- plain colors with satin
stripe, white grounds with colored woven silk stripes, white
ground with silk stripe and jacquard figures. The expeit who
bought them (remember we are behind the scenes high up in the
stock room umking our personal examination') thim expert, who
has been with IM more than a dozen years, ASP WHO A'A'OH'.S,
says they arc the best shirts we have ever offered for $1.50.
Silk Shirts $3.50 for the $5 Grades
We fad the quality of the silk (still liehind the scenes) and
open the shirts to sec how carefully they are made. The seams
are sewn wiihxilk. There are no ragged edges, no ruffling
threads, no oor buttons. We see that in comparing silk shirts
wc must compare more than the fabric the market is
flooded with poorly made, skimped, carelessly throws, together
silk shirts, rAi these are as well made and on full standard meas
urements as though you were bujing them from our regular stork
at 5. VET THE PRICE .? OStf $8.50. Fifty different iwt
tcrns, some with satin stripes. All shirts made with negligee
Soft Mercerized Shirts, $1.15 for $1.50
and $2 Grades
At first glance they look very much like silk shirts, and
some of them have silk stripes; others are with woven stripes.
Sensible, long-wearing and beautiful shirts foi Summer; all
with French cuffs.
Soft Silk Mixture Shirts, $2
We do not quote the exact value of these shirts because wc
have none in stock to compare exactly with them. Hut wc have
known the same kind of shirts no better material, and about
the same making to be sold in other good stores for $8. The
patterns are solid grounds on tan, gray, lavender and blue with
thin white stripes.
Plain Colored Madras Pajamas, $1 for
the $1.50 Grade
Made of a good quality madras with surplice neck; loops to
match fabric; pearl buttons; also fancy striped madras both
the kind so much in demand for hot weather.
Note especially the cool appearance of the plain colored
pajamas. The madras is in a sort of granite weave strong but
Genuine Soisette Pajamas, $1.50
One of the specialties of this once-a-year sale. They more
than compare favorably with our regular 92.50-soisette pajamas.
All in plain colors.
This is one-half of this once-n-year sale these shirts and
pajamas that we have examined carefully
ll' l.l If . .. '.J....c w.nv
nenina ine scenes oejore announcing tlicm in the papers; tomorrow you v ill find than all fresh, new. pic. and nan.
on nex uu tables m the regular Men I tUrnisMna Store, Main Floor, New Building; plenty of salesmen for quirk
service; and our regular guarantee back of each garment -bring back anything that you-do not like or does not
give full satisfaction.
The Other Half of the Sale Is in the Subway Stores
Subway Entrance. New Building
Before we tell about these special offerings, let us say that nine manufacturers contributed
to this sale. Every one of them a maker that we "bank on," whose product has "made good."
Let us say also that this Wanamaker Men's Store sells more shirts than any retail store in
America. This may explain more than anything else why we can offer such remarkable values.
Fancy Shirts 85c for $1, $1.50 and $2 Grades
To begin with, there are plenty of the $ grades, but, of course, they will go first; human nature is human nature and every
man wants the best he can get.
They are here -and they match up with regular $1, $1.50 and $ shirts. TOMORROW YOU MAY HAVE
TTIEM FOR 85c.
These sample shirts are pleated and plain madras and percale with full laundered stiff cuffs; but added to this lot are
other $1, $1.50 and H soft Summer shirts in full rane of sizes from 14 to 18, which may also be bought for 85c.
Soft Mercerized Shirts $1 for $1.50
Excellent woven corded material in light aud dark stripes,
Summer Shirts 65c
All from plain fabrics and made big and roomy, with soft
and laundered cuffs, coat style.
Men's Night Shirts 50c
A Wanamaker specialty Summer nightshirts, large and
roomy, surplice neck, some trimmed, some plain.
Summer Neckties 25c for 50c Grades
Not the usual jumbled-up lots of rag-bag ends of neckties
found in so many other stores. Bui frish, new necktie of foulard
silk handkerchiefs infancy colors and blue with while polka dots and J
Jigures, sold all over New rorkjor aor. HKKH 25c, HUT ONLY
In Connection with the Men's Wear Sale These Additional
RAINCOATS 100, of Paramatta cloth, double texture,
rubberized; seams doubly cemented; raglan or fitted
sleeves; military or convertible collars; service war
ranted; $18 quality; Friday $11.50.
Suuaftoa Aroade, Maw BedMlat.
MEN'S SUITS A special purchase of all-wool Spring
Suits; blues, pencil stripes, and dark effects; well
fashioned in good conservative style; $20 and $25
grades $16.50. m,w t IIOMnr, an .
To appreciate the convenience and great value of
the Sunday World's Want Directory READ IT.