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THE EVENIftQ WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT 8, 1013.
BOVS TALE OF TORTURE
FAILS TO SAVE HIM FROM
House of Refuse Olliaals Say
He Is Wfrsl Inmate of
fl(Ul, Sabattirm plannrrt .in rP for
i MB!!! and thrre nthrr lioyn. Tho bar"
1 to I lie ITlndMI l.i their I fHiin wr
fnrf il anil ffBnBMI to nitiilt t: rrllnf
uunr'l had hrrn uTrcti"! ' H" room.
, Tr.r pi in n dlw ovirril brforr It w
put Itl'o pgpeiltlri!!. Tklt, It 111 MMi W
thr Wlmax of Habattlno'ii MaiPBMBBarl
after hi- hno brokon Iron hril and
; threaten)! to kill urn one who rt.Tt
near hlni In a Ml if hi" room.
Ha'iattlnii BBI anil Hftm ftf
' nfllp ..II April 17 o.l being ronvli ted
of elen'.ing n tub of hut - from th
Servl.e Ktorre CMPMf. Pi laMInf
iMtlM Belief, t .-day thPt he be
I Writ the boy VII IMUW llgl 'le n.l
rent him to Hip ppnit.ntlary for M
Nlrholat gabattlno, rlglm-en yearn old.
to n appe-n . the WHl .if mppknr.
Bag whom the ufnV.ala or UM llouae of
.le lure t.i lie the Korat . , mte
tlMtltutlon hm ever hid. waa In1
I. of HMrinl Seaii.ina to-dav to bp I
deeh With by the Juthe thpre on tha ,
racommeTnUt of tuc Igpgl IglSnJgHl of.
the Home of Hifuic- 'nip boy. who la
ama.11 for h'l yeira and w1iiih large,
brown eyea aepmpil filled With pity for.
hlanself that he ihotild lip ao ai-uaed.
told a dramatic atory.
'T'v put IM through tha third Ip- j
era at that pla -r." hp ln lared. "and
leanted me worap than a dog. I a Iippii ;
0a (oat for everything that went nn.ni
IM that plapp since I've bppn there. I'm
at a bad boy and I want to do right
Juat took at my wrlaia ," The boy ralapd
bla ahlrt alrevrn h) Iba plbow and
ahowe.1 red inarki that might have lierti .
made from liandcuffa.
Thaaa are tha rrault of the laat th.im i
that waa donp to me." he naW. "I w.ta '
eent to my room and handcuffed to th.
oatllng ao that my feet hint i 1
touching the floor. They kept me that
wmr for Ave houra a day fur three daya
and never gave ine a particle of food all
tha Mm I waa treated ao. They often
aagrved me, and 1 never had a aqunre
earn all Uia time I waa a prlmner."
According to tha Iluuae of Refuge of-
GAYNOR DIDN'T SAVE HIM.
Maiar'i fur me r I oarhaaan I on-
Iieapite thn fact that a number of
prominent rltllena. Including Mjy.i:
lint nor. xace William I. Ilida.vi.
colored, "f No. 7 Ksat Two Hundred
ami fortieth atri-et. i Md elm ar t .1.
he wna apiitpnr.il to-day in l.ip Peniten
tiary for .me yeir by Judge Itnaalky.
In ileivral Spalona Hp waa r.invl. led
recently of mirglary In the Ihlrd degree
tin roinplalnt ..f William Whltten of No.
W BwM One Hundred and Nlnetv-fourth
amet, who alleged that lludaon had
hrok. i Into hla atahle laat Junr.
Ilu.laon wna wMMM for Mayor
Oavnor for tpn yeaia, and than for the
family of I. W. Woolworth. Among
Mmae who wrote Ipttera to Judge lioaal
aky imalng I -le money for Hudaon were:
K. K. K. lttlp of No. 2 Wpat Forty
Mftli ptreet; the llev .fa-mre W. Power,
rector of All Hainta Church; William II.
sir ink a mi., Ijwypr, of No. 140 Naaau
atrert, K. J. Klngabury, Prpaldpnt of
the fltlien'a Kank of Waterbury. Conn ;
Dr. J. U. Karrngtun of No. 11 Madleun
avenue, and Ixiula Tannenbaum, a
diamond merchant at Naaaau atrtet and
LITTLE GIRL STEALS
GEWGAWS FOR DRESS
Wash woman Had to Work
Three Weeks to Make Up
for Money Child Took.
Jiintlcp Wllklna. In the fhlldrene
Court of Brooklyn, hud an umiaual e.iae
to decide lo-day that of little Kmma
Prer-bott, who canno; refrain from
tealJBfl hut who alwaya spends her
atolen pelf for ilothea and pictly things
limtciid of candy or I nkea.
' It wan atflMBa'l mother, Hertha Prra
chott, who hrouht the child to JuMI'e
wllMlM and akeil him to r.end her to
ome Inatlf ntion for n year In the hope
that what the mother called "her In
curable criminal iMllnof might he
nrMi Mr Pre" liott, who la a hnrd
'icrkliiK wanhwoman. pleaded with
teara In her eyea that ahe mlaht he re
lieve! of the burden of nine-year-old
Tho m. H her aald lli.it every hit of
money that waa lift lying about the
houee went Into Kmma a picket and
waa apent for ha'r rlbfeMMi i hpnp pln
and other Kewiiaiva dear to g little itlrl a
heart. Though In many Inatance the
little girl had been whipped ahe never
woul.l eonfeae to eteallng.
The end of the mother patience had
come whin one day recently Kmma had
utolen fiS. from the p.irae of the wom
an for w hom Mrr. Preach itt gM doing
waahfng and had itone alone to a atore
and outfitted heraelf and a little c I
frloii'l wlti. new dffMi gbOgg anil atuck
Ingn complete To prevent the child' i
belli : nr rested Mra. Pi e'.'liott h id been
forced to make goo. I the etolen aum by
working three m elm at the home of the
woman who had been robbed.
Dining all the mother' recital Kmmn,
who hM golden curia and the face of a
.heriib, atood with round eye of Inno
cence. .luaiicp Wilkin pal 1 he would have to
adjourn BffinM'l case unlll to-morrow,
ebl In Iba mean time be would lenrn
more about her 'by peraonal Inieatlg.i-tlon.
PARKER ROOSEVELT'S GUEST.
( anilldnlea Meet for
lime lnee ItKII.
A. T. Stewart Co.
Avenue. Fight h to
Chalk Up Another Record
for the Hew Store for Men
563 Suits at $15.50
$20, $25, $28, $30 and $35 Grades
For Young Men, However Old
There were 850 suits in all, made by the largest manufacturer of young men's
high-grade suits largest in the world; his sample suits, and suits finished too late
for the houses that ordered them for this season's selling; sizes 31 to 40 chest
measurement. 563 were selected for their better patterns and perfect make.
The SS7 ve didn't take were purchased ajterward by another houee, not of this
city, which paid for them approximately $2 a euit more than we did for our eh9iee.
These suits for years have been a feature in the Young Men's Section of the
Burlington Arcade Men's Store. We have not been able to get them heretofore
of any time during the season nt a figure which would bring them within the lower
price range of the New Store for Men.
High School Boys and Young Men
at Columbia, N. Y. V. and
Fordham Attention !
Sty lev patch pockets and 2 or 3-button sack with
lapped pockets, soft rolling lapels, natural shoulders,
slightly defined waists.
Patterns plain blue serges, gray plaid effects, pencil
tripes, tweed and cheviot mixtures.
Quality cloth and tailoring standard $20, $25, $8,
$80 and $35 grades.
The suits will be on the tables Friday morning by the
Broadway door corner Eighth Street.
Broadway car. Lexington Aveuue i-ara. Madiaun Avenue cara. Kigbth Street
all paa, by the atore; Aator Place atatiun on the Subway lead right
into tbe Store; Third Avenue L gtatiun at Ninth atreot it but a block away.
.Extra salesmen will lie on hand to ensure prompt attention and quick iiervice.
Store opene at 8.30. '
Friday Will Also Be
STRAW HAT DAY.
At $2 Each
Lincoln-Bennett London Sennit Straws.
American Splits, Sennits, Mackinaws.
Split Straws, Shankee finish.
All Wanamaker-Oval, with spring inner bands.
Broadway, Corner Eighth
The Choosing in This Once-a-Year Sale of
Men's Shirts and Pajamas Is Still Good,
because we have added enough to the original large purehasc to make Friday a memoruble
tan's day. Such choosing is like opportunity knot-king at meu's doors it will he here to
morrow perhaps gone the next duv.
$2 Soft Mercerized Shirts, $1.50 $5 Silk Shirts, $.1.50
11.50 rnd $2 Mercerized Shirts, $1.15 $1.50 Madras Pajamas, $1
Silk Mtaturo Shirts, $2 Soisette Pajamas, $1 .50
Hurlington Arcak floor. New Building-.
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SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK MONDAY WONDERS.
OTSTra BAT, M,iv Theodora
Rooevelt aaii lioi at lun'heon tO'dkV
to the ileleK:i!e to the Intern.itlon il
Conference, wtii' ti nrr.ingin for I I
elehrntlon of one hunilr l m ir ' pel
among KngHgii pe;iUln!T peoplea. With
ntglnbgrfl of the ASMrlegg oonunltt v.
the ilelg9t"a mm, from New York In ,
.nitomobih-e. I'oJ. Itoonevelt greeteil j
th?m on tup front tot Ik, k irln-il In .
khaki rMMt Mrtflt
AnilreW 'rne!p. .loaepli II. ChMtt 1
mil A.to:i D, I'arlier gCi nmpanieil tn
vlnltora. It wa.i the fliKt ineetlm; kg
; wen I'd!. Itomiev
atnee before tne
ttie nr.-t ineetllu; lit v
vi It nil Jmlge PaHMf
national OMtpmlgki of
THE HIGHEST TYPE OF WHIS
KEY EXCELLENCE, PURITY
AND FLAVOR, THE CONNOIS
SEUR'S FIRST CHOICE
4Kg MOPA t
a. 1 1. in ii
l ill..,n ! .
Actress Tells Secret
A Well Known Artreaa Tells How She
Darkeaed Her (irar Hair and
Promoted Its Urowth With a
Simple Home Made Mixture.
Miss Blanche Hose, a well-known
actress, who darkened her gray hair
with a simple preparation which she
mixed at home. In a recent Interview
at Chicago, III., made the following
statement: "Any lady or gentleman
can darken their gray hair and make
tt son and gloasy with this simple
recipe, which they can mix at home.
To a half pint of water add 1 ot. of
bay rum, a small box of Barbo Com
pound and ' oz. of glycerine. These
Ingredients ran Dc nougnt at any
drug store at very little cost. Apply
to the hair twice, a week until it -be
comes the required shade. This will
make a gray-haired person look 20
years younger. It Is also fine to pro
mote the growth of hair, relieves
Itching and scalp humors, and Is
excellent tor dandruff and falling
MILLION DOLLAR RECEIVERS' SALE
Conducted by L. A. Price and A. S. Gilbert, Receivers
The Entire Stock of Brand New Spring and Summer
"Bargains galore all over the store" and in every department you will find results of the Receivers' reductions, and remember
prices were already low before they cut them. Merchandise is brand new bought for Spring and Summer selling. Please note
"A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned. ' so be sure to take advantage of these rare savings.
100 dozen purchased from an
Importer at 30c (in the dollar.
The summer hat so much in
Leghorn hats A AS
imrnrth tin tn Ftfl 9 eliJ
Sen. nil I loor.
NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS.
$5.00 HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES
Our 2(i-inch natural aa
wavy human hair'fVsVf
switches. Special for J
one day only
..tnrtMl o Daliirnl foitJIl Ion, mir
It it ran Ion without imln. N
It.-nt-t inrl im Ii-t1'.,riy. Imtlif 94 ,r
MgfggMM M n".rttQi e Tph
Prepare for the Hot Weather
these excellent gar
ments. Each one is
hand tailored through
out and will give you
Kerfect comfort in the
otdays. All the new
shades are included.
Ae thmr mre but 380 eulte in Ike lot, bet
ter come marly for bett eolection:
Men's and Young Man' a Suite
splendid assortment of fancy cassi
meret, tweeds and cheviots, in all
the new shades of blue, brown and
gray. At the same price as above
V oai g
a $3, $4 (El $5 Pure
Linen and White
37 S added but yes
terday. An un
for such high
We illustrate 2. which gives but a faint
idea of the grace and beauty of these mod
els. The dresses in this assortment have
been selling right up to now for $3. $4
and $5, with the greater number selling
at the last two figures. Made of pure
natural linen cloth of a splendid grade,
white Bedford Cords trimmed with tan,
paradise blue and lavender. In the
extensive assort ment are sites for
women 32 to 44, and misses 14 to 18
Girls' $1 $ $1.50
MnHp nf linene and rwrrales
of first quality. Trimmed with contrast
ing colors, pipings, silk cords, buttons
and straps. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
fill k2 "dd 3,1(1 ends accumulated
. . 1 from our recent bii sales.
In waist and dress lengths. Silks nl
every kind and color. VshM per yd.
to $1.75 for II. to to
1 1 n e I h s
b yards. Suitable for children's dresses
and women's suits. All weaves and
shades. Values, jx-r yd. to $2 for $1.09 to
lAAAj short lengths and odd
--n,g; pieces of laces, chiffons,
nets, allovers and bands, in white, ecru
and colors. Values 25c to So per yd.
for M.aa to
Ion .Ttlis f(
camoric, nainsook and Swiss louncings,
allovers and insertions. Up to 5' 4 yds. lonu.
Values 10c to 1.50 jxir yd. for 7ie to
in remnants, 29cAA
value for J C
Sheeting, "Fruit of
the Loom," 2 yds. AA.
wide. 33c val. forZUC
ials, all kinds. lAja
25c value lev
nants. Kc per vd. U
val. for X
Specia.1 Fish Luncheon
Servd in the Homo Com fait Restaurant,
Quick Service, Courteous Attention
ea Mass Nintec, Memeure
Lettuce and Tomatoes Risolec Fotatoes
Coffee Tea Buttermilk
Knitting Yarn, 4
and 8 fold. All col
ors. Value 12c.; per
Ir Dos. Kafelr
aneaf . all
ntraw bat lye.
lie Hoie HUB'
a I I
?e Doi. Iron
flna. . . .
or dollar Hup.
50c Butt Forme,
new 1913 Models.
The Greatest Dollar Shoe
For Women, Girls, Boys
and $3.50 Shoes
Guaranteed to wear,
fit and give perfect
satisfaction. A 1 1
'eathers, patent colt,
C metal, via Rid in
ton and lace mod
els, kid, cloth and
fancy tops. Plain
and tipped. Narrow
toes. Short and
I OIK K.
Sale in Years
19 different styles, in
all leathers with one,
two and three straps.
Patent colt, vici kid
and gun metal. Hand
9 different styles and
leathers. Sizes 2
to 5U. High and
Girls'. Boye and
Pumps and Roman sandals.
Patent colt. Run metal and
ill j it..,. a a a a
vici kiu. nuiiuu m
and lace models.
All sizes b to i
r W ni
Isr Borlr A
aorbrnl III (O II
iii. 1. 1
r a r r row-
ilt ii'ii .
eii . .
Ail i Sail
Urn si. i
Str Hot Miller
o t b
Sale of Summer Housefurnishings
p leer Rafrigeratore; made o( ash, all parts hikiily polished; 23 (A 06
hts wide, 17 inches deep, 41 inches high. Ice capacity, fifty
in ' aiue
Flame oil Hlota
Top leer Rehiteratort; made of ash, all parts heavily galvan
ized; 23 inches wide, 17 inches deep, 43 inches high. Holds 60
ixninds of ice
Thre burnen: full )Jt
ritblnei Uu-'k .mil (!,
nil lank nuili- of .
tetl, whlc.li i li"l'U 1 jfcMl.
SK l.ttdilnrir, I
jm: on nf
the beat lad-
ii i'i in a d a.
vll oftrta i
Hnultry Wire, ei)
ni'hi'iililgn; j in. meib
ami i.mi loot long.
Maito of t ah. i stroiiK
a i . a o
V a r I a I u
i full !(.:
in a i it ot
atoth Baua, par
Oold Oast, I lb
Bine, ' lb
Wag Pnpar, per
Baatinu, per can m
. R .. I
. . 80
Summer Floor Coverings Reduced
98c to $1.25 inlaid Linoleum Kemnanis
genuine; colors through to back. Plenty of same
pattern to cover a good size room. Special, per
Deltox Grass Matting Rugs
These rugs are reversihle and bound with strong tape on ends
Lace Curtain Corners
We fcougfif the entire
sample line of a promi
nent manufacturer and
are selling it at a frac
tion of the cott of the raw
The line comprises the
most beautiful effects of
Filet, Irish Point, Cluny
and Colonial designs.
I from 12 to 14.50 Dtr pair
Special for Friday only,
each renrlb Floor.
ruits for summer use.
Rcc.S7.98. size 9x12.
size 8x10 .
hize 4x7. . .
You will also find some Crex rugs in plain colors.
Size 30x60 .
size 27x51 in
Size 21x45 in
Size 18x36 in
tll.QO All Wool Ruge, in tan, green and blue1
rugs are reversible. Size 9x12.
Reg. $18; size 9x10.6. . 49.49 Reg. $12; size 7.6x9
8c Cork Linoleum, 2 yards
wide. Plenty of the latest de
signs to select irom.
Limit 30 yds. to a cus
tomer. Per sq. yd
Sl.e 11x18, Moral ani
m.iiii' in me nit are
apodal . .
l.M Nairn' Inlaid Linoleum.
genuine colors tnrougn to back.
i-ui irom lull roil,.
Hardwood and tile ef-
lects. Per sq. yd
i ui uacK.
jhfni'ir' rrr fl