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TH1 IVIHIMO W01LD, FRIDAY, MAT 9, 1913.
AIMED HIS REVOLVER
AT POLICEMAN AFTER
But the Officer Disarmed
Quadagno and Landed
Him in Prison.
(round and fetgnwl ilmtt Quades-no
Hrad fir etinte at film In all. Ha had
Mill a cnrtrtilge In h Payotf af,
The fusillade wax heard by lr-man
William Ikiran of the Hamilton avrnna
l elation, who rU up Hamilton
avemie. Quadngno OSI !nrllnic over
the fallen man. evidently Intending to
mako .ure that he wan dead llr almeri
Me gun at thi- pOMfliRlflfl'l hraM and Ifii.l
Mm hf would kill him If ha laid a hand
Mlir." rrld Hnran. n ha Vnn. Kd
up hla platol arm and hanged Quadajtno
on the head with hla rhih Tha Italian
MM huaky and put up a right, hut the
liraman wrenohed tha platol from him
and flntern-d tha J"l "f euhdutng lilrn.
! tha time Ilia Hamilton Mreet pollri
atatlun wan rearhed ha would havo entti
etihagettl out of tha polli-aman'a hand.
In Ilutler Rtrcet I'ourt Wuadagno wan
held In I2.W0 on a rhergp of aaanult an. I
In eMI) for carrying a concrah d weapon
WOH1.ll WT WORK WOMIKRI.
GOODBY TO PAGE.
At Same Time Peace D&teptel
BM Him Welcome lo the
Court of St. James's.
Two hundred members and guaata of
tha Periodical 1'ublUrlera' Aiaoi'latlon
MM itondhy laat nlgnt at a hanquat at
Dalnionlio'a to Walter II. Page, tha
new Ambassador to England, and at tha
same tlma Ttrltiah delegatee to tha Inter
national Peace Conferanca bade h m we,
coma to his new poat.
I In hla epeeh Dr. Page aald no word
about amljaasadorehlps or International
! politic, hut confined himaelf to tha
queation of how our magaslnee could ha
I After ha had apnken. I.rd Weanlale.
head of the Brltlah delegation, briefly
I recalling other American Ambassador',
aald that )r. Page would he heartily
1 well nmed for hla own self and hla own
tlTatore Quadagno. twenty-four
years old. went to work on the Brook '
IjH docka at I o'clock yesterday after
noon for Frank Audltora. a contracting
etavedore The latter had to get the'
cargo out of a river ataamer txfnrr
nlng and needed man. Two houra
Quadagno quit work and demand
ed hla money.
A quarrel anauad, the contractor re
faatng to pay Quadagno unleea ha
worked the ahlft out Tha laborer
I goad vengeance and left tha dock.
It waa early thla morning whan Au
dltora, hla work completed, walked up
UMtdork. He reached Hamilton avenue
aad Backet t atreeta. when In tha shadow
of a aaloon Quadagno confronted him,
with a revolver In hla hand.
"I go kill you," aald the atevedore.
But I want kill you like gentleman.
Yen gotta gun?"
Audltora aald that he had no gun and
tike laborer told him to go home and get
owe Tha contractor'a blood waa up. He
eeid ha would go home and get a gun,
aad he did. When he returned there waa
no elgn of Quadagno. But In a moment
there waa a flash and a report from bi
nned a tree and the man who wanted to
kill him Ilka a gentleman waa popping
hla platol like popcorn over a rod coal
Taken by surprise. Audltora didn't try
to ehoot. He threw hlmeelf on the
Nothing cleans a
sink so well as CN
CN dissolves grease and
oil and moves it instantly
CN it g perfect cleanter.
It call the dirt and makes
everything in whirh it
rnmci in contact freih and
The wise leMMwIfd uiei
CN for every cleaning pur
pose, because CN
is a powerful dis
infectant as well as
an efficient cleans
er. CN sgvet time,
bother and money
All Orocera. Drugaiete
lOc, 25c 50c, $1
Two yellow package
wkta (ha f Mo top.
Wast Diriaferttaf Ce
law eject on the ankles of wear
lag shooa that Do Nor support
The same fret in a pair ofCow-
ARD AkCH SUPPORT 8HOK
ankle strain entirety relievctl.
A Sore Footing for Children's Feet
)) school children out of every too have arch trouble. A child
cannot study attentively when the mind is on the feet. Weak
ankles and arches are helped and strengthened by the
A comfortable, remedial shoe for everyday wear. Rests and
relieves muscular fatigue, holds the ankle upright, and prevents
nd corrects "flat-foot." For Men, Women and Children.
Coward Arch Support Shoe and Coward Kiteneion
Heel, nave been made by James 8. Coward, In his
Department, far over 30 ycara.
JAMES S. COWARD, 264.274 Greenwich St.. N. Y.
(sua wtaat stst
polo Nowh-eae ri.su
Bead fee Catalogue
as Strik Brwakmr
The Gold Dust Twins
NE day, when Mr. Jones returned with what his weekly
toil had earned, he found his little wife in tears and
mood net suited to her years. It seemed the cook had
"adieu," likewise the washerwoman, too.
At first within the House of Jones
there followed sad despondent moans.
No hopeful word could reconcile, no
honied kiss inspire a smile. "I never
f before" said she, "how horrid household cares could be."
Upon my word I'm up at six and working still aa midnight
I scrub and run and wash and shine to keep the little
la line, and yet around me here and there I see undone
another share. I almost feel ea if I'd
like to join the other ones on Strike.
Some morning try it get a mop; go
through from cellar to the top, and
I will venture you must see. the greater
burdens fall on mo."
Now Mr. Jones was passing wise
and later, sprang a glad surprise.
Through friends who Braised the
JGOLD DUST WAY," ho brought a package home one day.
From teen to sunshine, Wifey now haa found the good of
"Knowing How" and striking servants fail to stir, the placid
gelm fmttfit of her.
Only One Day More-
And this Great Opportunity Will Be Qone
$30.00, $35.00 and $40.00
After Saturday tiilit this wonderful opportunity to order your new Spring or
Summer Suit will be n thing of the past. The rush of orders has been far
greater than we expected, but the choice of fabric is still as big as ever.
YOU MAY ORDER ANY STYLE SACK SUIT YOU LIKE
-single breasted, double breasted, soft English model, flat lapel conser
vative model, semi-English or Norfolk. You may have patch pockets or
plain, and sleeves with cuffs or without in short, you have your unrestricted
choice of the very best $30, $85 and $40 Suits that money can buy.
OVER 500 WONDERFUL WEAVES, COLORS, DESIGNS AND FABRICS,
Up-to-the-minute pencil stripes, chalk-lines, hairlines, crayon stripes, brush strokes, plaids,
over-plaids. Invisible plaids, pin checks, Shepherd plaids, gun club checks, black and white
mixtures, silk mixtures, plain blacks, blues, grays, tans, browns, blue serge, black serge,
blue and black unfinished worsteds, Oxford grays, Cambridge grays, steel grays; bbie
mixtures, fancy blues, gray mixtures, brown mixtures, heather mixtures, olives, greens
Hn,l once again, Pencil Stripes. There are worsteds, cassimercs, serges, cheviots, home
spuns, crashes, Scotch tweeds, silk mixtures and numerous other fabrics from the best
and most famous woolen mills in the country.
Sale at Alt Five Stores
279 Broadway, near Chambers Street
Union Square, 14th Street, near Broadway
47 CorUandt Street, near Greenwich Street
Broadway at 49th Street
126th Street, Corner Third Avenue Open Evenings
A Mid-Season Sale of
Blue Serge & Fancy Suits
For Men and Young Men Keady-to-Wear
At $5.00 to $10.00 Less Than Usual
$20, M8 & I5
Suits . . .
Hundreds of distinctly new fabrics.
patterns and colors appropriate for
hpring and Summer wear, for Men and
Young Men; browns, grays, blues and
tan mixtures, plain colors, stripes and
fine fast color blu serges. Smart dis
tinctive models thoroughly well tai
lored and finished, every suit worth
from $15 to HWI.
..Suil art .Vol an .Sit'' iK 'A i-'lh Strut Stort
25, 22 & 20
Suits . . .
Including almost every one of the
season's "biggest hits," pencil stripes,
hairlines, chalk lines, checks, plaids,
plain grays, gray mixtures, brown mix
tures, blue mixtures and blue serges,
in smart, soft rolling English cut coats
with patch pockets, slender sleeves
with cutis or plain, and also, of course,
flat lapels; conservative models.
Splendid $30, s28 and $25
Blue Serge and Fancy Suits
A wonderfully mod aiortment of this season's choicest patterns, pencil
stripes, chalk lines and hairlines, many of them silk lined, and every other
good color, pattern and fabric, with a particularly choice variety of firm
deep, dark, fust color blue serges that are guaranteed not to shrink, cockle or
lose their tine, shapely, stylish lines.
Straw Hats Are Ready. Are You?
Every new shape, style and braid; high crown, low crown, wide brim, narrow brim
and medium; rough straw, smooth straw, splits and sennit ts; and at each price the ex
traordinary values for which the Brill Stores are famous.
Straw Hats fs i A Straw Hats Cl O.C
Worth up to $2 JI.4U Worth up to $2.50 pi.Od
Straw Hats 40 CA Straw Hats d?j
Worth up to SJ.S0 J.uU Worth up to $4 PJ
279 Broadway, near Chambers Street
Union Square, 14th Street, near Broadway
47 Cortlandt Street, near Greenwich Street
Broadway at 49th Street
125th Street, Corner Third Avenue Open Evenings
UNION SQUARE STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
tar allure Reuse
PAY ONE DOL
LAR, aalact any
thing you Mad to
furnish a room
we will dallrer
promptly to your
home, and YOU
CAN PAY THE
NO CM I t'KKwBB
SO KUI TAI'K SV
aPHIVl.K Til Till. nH
NO ttXTKA C'H tHOKS OF ANV KINO.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST!
mm WE INVITE COMPARISON ! W1
7 Wo Otn Accounts From T CC
g gag a uuuKsiiun ijuauiti
$20 Brats Bed
ii , a e i m m
$5 to $1,000
On Small Weekly Paymentg
KetlnnaUlv hV aUld liiiinl-
aome ( Hnma Herl. with Ufjf
eihf mount att firli rurin-r. Wt
ra,rv mien In hed amd frrt. , T-
hall Jnlale. beet laraurr,
neleh anl .
WE CIVE FREE INSURANCE
In cut of tha death of tha wire
earner of your family wo will at
once a iva you a receipted bill in
lull of your account
Cflntlnunue twit. wS,K
Ueuhie niamp, "Ar 5mt" SltmM fill., ,J.. U-
x cttllla. 3 ft. aizea only
MMPHRTANTI J5fnf.r'"' rXln J" thla advertiaement CAN IE 11
V'"" ' BOtOHl u-HH ."tH,lOHt.mockasth-3Mh St.artd wthAve.
f W M For This $15 Vcie CjtJ fL W Una Z " T A
m 6.74 dr1
Ml : . UIV
Solid oak, goldan hniah. Top
19 inchas by 38 Inchas.
bav a I lad plate
$2.50 Solid Oak
Extra strong construction. Wood
t. High banister back,
4 sf Aa
Sideboard, I Z.ftH
SaH aah. geMen ftni.h. has? J car red tea
wHB Urge beralad pUte mirrer; heary
P drawers, aaa ined
'er tilrer. ena leoa
drswar, two cabinet.
Heavy maple oasts hik hark
deep seat; broad arms; double
woven cane teat and back; shellaced
We Guarantee Our Furniture Is Durable and Well Made
Frames, highly pol
carved. Heavy claw
feet, loose cushion;,
covered in bsat
gj gj g n n MID-PAY CADARET. EIGHTH FLOOR gga m
IN NEW YOKKS SHOPPING CENTEK-
Sale of 2,500
These hats were made in Italy,
and intended to have retailed at
$2.50 and $3.00, in this sale at
This is the biggest straw hat bargain that has ever
liet'ii announced hi America. Genuine Sennit Straw
ilats front Italy which makes the beat in the world.
Wonderfully constructed hats in the very Intent London
Puris fashion approved styles, with iiflk liiiinx. ilk "Ranrls witH
how at buck or at aiile.
We IHuatltttfl a few of the models but there are a score
of other. They urc made of genuine Sennit
Straw none worth under $4.50 the majority 0! E
are ; values on sale at
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.. SIXTH AVENUE. 1PTH TO 20TH STREET
Homes Furnished Complete
S Rooms at $49.98
4 " " $74.98
5 " " $124.98
jg .no Dom. on $50 worth MITCHELL THE TAILOR
$5.00 " $75 ennu nnfiTnN
$70 " $100 4tTH sr. AND BROADWAY
u.iaiiiaw s vniaiar ni ii ail.
Important Notice 1
No Balra rharae for It.
Adv.rlle.rn.ati lot The World may be 'Iff I
be located at
155 West 125th St.