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STOPPED VIOLENCE BY
Dr. Sachs Tells Court Mere
Sight of a Bluecoat Affects
Dr. ttertiairl leans, n neurolonlst, toll
Jinc.e Pendleton to-day that the heat
way for a wife to atop a husband' vio
lent mistreatment la to rail a policeman.
Tha allcnlat explained that uvory time
Arthur Einstein, th millionaire vce
presdrnt of tha Einstein Manufacturing
Company, etartrd to beat hla wife, Mr.
.Manuella N. Elniteln, she called a po
hVeman. Kfcnteln,.the dm'tor aalit. gaieri
In bewilderment at the bluecoat and de
sisted. "A policeman la a great raatralnt."
aid tha physician, when testifying the
mental condition of Einstein, whoae wfe
haa brought aotlon for a eeparatlon
"Th rence of policeman may have
been eufllclent to prevent Mr. Einstein
from striking hla wlf. The most violent
maniac v. Ill often he lltnt at the light
nf a policeman. It I a remarkable re
training Influence. It la the Idea, the
public, the law of 'You Muat Not' "
Dr. Mach tcetlfled that young1 Kin
atln waa suffering from pareal wh M
ha wa married. Ttie, varloua ccnalon
tftien Klnstetn atruck hi wife, aa re
counted In her complaint were the re
nlt. the' donor a!d. of Ktnsteln'a d to
ordered mind. Einstein at varloua times
n the last three year haa been an In
maio of a aanltarltan at Yonkwrs. a pa
tient of a private hospital t No. MT
Riverside Drive and an Inmate of a san
Itaiium at RlverdaJe. Einstein Is now
at a private house st Port Washington,
U I. Elnataln told Dr. Saoha that he
did no, recall aver being married, al
though Mn Einstein, tha youth'a moth
er aald he waa married flva year ago
and haa a two-year-old boy.
PLUMP TRAMP FOUND TO BE
WALKING CLOTHING STORE
Admits That He and a Companion
Robbed a Store In Mid
Takan from the top of a coal car a a
tramp, Harry Ball, twenty-one year
old, turned out to be a burglar. He told
paclal Officer Rlsao of tha New York.
Now Haven and Hartford Railroad
Company, who arreitad him at o'clock
thl morning, at Hunt Point, the
Bronx, that he had coma from I'ater
son, N. J.
At tftc Morrlaanla pollcs station, De-
kaoUv Mater remarked to Rlxio that
the tramp, who wore a big bluck over
asai, ti au a portly oody lor auoli a
mall head and skinny face. So BU
waa, asee tu msad hla overcoat. Tfen
ant to view a, nice qw ut of gray.
Mad to remove this a aew ult of blue
"Quits a clothing store. " remarked
th detective. "Take aome more off."
Another pair of blue trousers waa re
vealed and then Ball stood In hla own
poor suit He confessed that he and
two companion had broken Into a
tailor ahop In Midway. Conn., at t
ookjck thl morning and ea "i had
aaVped hlmaelf to two aulta and un
maatmat All three lumDad tha freight
train lor New York and his compan-!
lens had been left behind at Pari.
Case. Ball wa held without ball until;
tha police can communicate with the!
at Vogel Bros.,
42d St. at 8th Ave.,
of Young Men's
Suits at $16.50
WE'VEaccomplished a might y big
thing in these $16.50 suits
we've forcefully proven that moderate
priced suits can be good in style and
Of course they're not to be compared with
the usual suits at $16.50 they're much
better they've got the snap and style that
gain the favor of well dressed men they've
got the tailor work that lasts that does
not disappear the first rain storm you are
caught in. To sum up, these $16.50 suits
are the equal of the best $20 suits in town.
STORE OPEN LATE SATURDAY NIGHT
Double 2Mf Stamp Until Noon. Single Stamp After.
to Onr Base
Over Acy Shoes
At a Similar
Price Sold in
All Leathers All Styles
I ! in. ... assM
Sir Caatta MaBaay Dice.
bONDON, May I. Sir Coutta Lindsay,
eighty-nine, artist and founder of ;r-
vsnor Gallery, where Whistler exhibited,
died last night.
STAMPED DM 1 SHiiT
m Miaas sxawaaaa or gn
th Av. SStb
5,000 of the Newest
$2, $2.50 & $3
Imported from Italy and
England American's Beat
Makes Are Also Represented
There is an interesting story attached to thin
most remurkable sale but, suffice to say, thai
we have these new, up-to-the-minute huts to
Kvery bat in this lot la high-grade, both in style and workman
chip, if we war to sell them at their regular prim, you ro Id
pot eipect any better hats. All the new siiapes to ba worn thin
season all th desirable straws. .igh crown, low crown,
narrow and wide brim. Trirome 1 with bow in back, bow (
way and fancy trimming. The new nago hat included.
(Egr2 sjHxiau Genuine Panama Hatsi
We do not belluve
uch quality halj
were ever offered
before at n low
price About 0O
iloaan In 12 dlffar-
Tha lit SUMt Stars Henry Steflel. Frag.
BUNG Hit CHILDatKN TO OUR FREE MENAGERIE SEVENTH FLOOR I
Our Men's & Young Men's Suits
Are the Best in America x
and without fear of contradiction they are equal to any clothes V
old for SIS. In fact U
wa .Ftas nVSl at v '
Many Clothing shops sell JMo
Better Suits at $18.00
We want you to judge our clothing by what otheri are offering.
Make the comparison before you buy.
Patch Pockets and Norfolk Suits Included
Every ft yl brought forth thl aaaaon in Man'a faahiona ia repvaa ntd In our ahowing ol aulta at
$10.00. Kaney Cheviot.. Mia) Caasimsras, Novslty Effaots, Black Clay. Fasta Wanted and Blue
9i g. You can chooa from tha conaarvatlv S-but ton coata or th smart 1-button aoata.
I RatJacntablc far $2.50 111 Merchanella ;
i I 'ro-ert;. Mas anit 'Has. RfaSjSStfc ftaiaSn
A Sale of Youths' Clothing
Positive $7.50 $F.98
Suiti in tim from 15 to 19 year. AJ the amart
appearing atyje for the yount man, in tha color
ing that add toyouth. Choice ofancy mixed
cheviots, casaimeres a.id navy blue serge.
Positive $10 $n50
We never offered a better line of tuita for the
young man of the rising generation. They are all
snappy, smart cut itylrs, in fancy nurture and
plain effects; also navy bias serge. mint tim.i
Interesting Underwear News
For Men, Women and Children
The warm weather of the past week allows no further delay in changing
from heavy to lighter weight underwear. We offer special value in
seasonable weightamr Saturday.
200 Dozen Men's Nainsook Union Suits
All are made in the popular Athletic style of nainsook
of the same mntrriaT as used in a well-known and ad
vertised brand that sells at $1.00. garment popular
with welldressed men. All sizes, at
'00 Do can Man'a
Underwear Shirts and
Jriwert made ot fine nain-
fook. Coat ityle ihirti and
knee length drawer
Woman'a Union Suite
Swiu ribbed and line
ititch. Low neck; plsin or
crochet lace trimmed. Um
brella style psnt. Lace
Garment a? JV
f sJsJV I satsjas
ribbed, low neck and ueeve
le. Very rlartic. Neatly
Children's Vssts - Low
neck and leeveles. Swim
ribbed. All isn up to 12
year. Eitr ipecial,
Woman'a Vasts F i nt
Swim ribbed. Low neck
and ststvtku with rrachrt
lace in-rrtion yoke. 4 f '
Value 2$c. Garment li)C
Boya' Union Suits -Choice
of balbriggsn or
poroui knit Spe
cial, garment, at . .
Man'a French Balbrlggan Underwear-Skirti
have ihort or long ileevea Drawer to match with
double seat; pearl button. All oe. Sgacial.
Free Exhibition VSsf
"The Era of Emancipation 99
By Otto G wither. On Display, Second Hoar.
Free Lecture Every Halt -Hour Starting at 1.30 P.M.
Weil-Known Imported and Domestic Brands.
For Both Men and Women.
Valve up to 39c . . Pair
Silk lisle, gauie half, mercerised cotton, lace lisle, cmbrotderrd cotton
ml lisle, thread (ilk and tancy two-toned cotton hosiery, in black
and a plendid ran.r of color. Sams are full WsHsSgB, whets other
re warn let All have double heel and toes and dutic top
1,000 Dozen Pain Hosiery
For Men, Women and Children
All have double hceh, lata and soles; guaranteed fast color. A lew
ptiri of tlight imperfection. All lint. Value up to 25c Pair
$1.00 and $1.25
This is a special lot a manufacturer allowed us
he took numbers from lines that would regularly
sell at $1.00 and $1.25.
Made of iplendid quality niniook, in a variety of pretty models.
Gown with V or round nccka and kimono model. Combination
with coriet rover and skirt or drawers. Yoke re rUborately
Uimmcd with linen or Valencicnne lacei. tet in with Met em
broidery insertion and ribbon drawn clutter of embroidery
(rronu rieur. i
Taken From Our Regular
79c and $1.00 StocksThese
Should Be In IA
Big Demand lgMO
Saturday, at M.w s
RemcmbeT this is not an
odd lot a special pur
chase or a discontinued
line but every shirt
taken right from our own,
large and extensive stocks
and marked, at 49c.
Our stock of popular priced shirts is very large- -t-nd this
assures you of finding plenty of patterns to meet yo'Jf in
dividual taste. Summer calls for a new supply of shirts
can you overlook this opportunity ? Splendid quality per
cales and madras, in all the latest stripe and figured
effects. Negligee and plaited bosom styles. All sizes.
Main I loor
We Offer Several Attractive Models
$4 and '5 Walk-Over aft, Oxfords
tor men ana Women. A special sate Saturday, at
Our Walk-Over sales are famous. Where
else' can such high-grade footwear be
bought at so low a price?
All the desirable style last! and toe shapes lor men and
women are included in this lot, ready f( r to
morrow' selling. All leathers The ''hurts"
trs very (light and nothing to impair th
Man's and Woman's "Sir Henri" Footwear All the latest styles in a com
plete range of sizes. All leathers in Uxtords, Colonials
and pumps for women. Newest style shoes for men . . .
$2.50 $3 & $3.50
i umplste atink of rilioia fur hoy. unit
alrla at lnwiat iualM- prlcex. Hmart
lnoklng footwear thut will glv. aatla-
Saturday at . ,
You will want
several for your
Made of fine quality import
ed silk, in a dainty blous'
style. Effectively trimmed
with messaltnc revers, and fin
ished with a fine lace jabot,
French back styles; three
quarter 1 ngth sleeve; cuffs
neatly Uimmed. The other
model is a severely tailored
. !i - i r l
tncct.wiin a smart low jiodcs
pirrre collar. All sizes. White
only. Mail orders filled. 1
MWVSWWMI 'l floor
Children's 75c Colored
Saturday, at JL AV
Numerous smart little styles in pretty pink or blue
crinkled seersucker. Also white
lintnc in French styles: Dutch neck
effects trimmed with folds ol can
treating colors. Sizas 2 to 6 yean.
A Sample Lot of
Msdr of all wool faced doth, in navy
C . J...LI. k......t .t.,1.. L
collar and cuffs oi shepherd a A A
checks. full fashioned nj ) eWV
nicely Uilored. 3ize I to 0
At Lowest Selling Prices Saturday
Lift Top Style
Mads of IMMHM
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$15 DINING ROOM DOMES
300 Onlu for Saturday' Selling
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Fancy Inverted Art
wnii fancy trl slsu (listlsi In souars
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ir 'i amber, aitii frturf la atatsa
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85c Foil 5. Bollk (n
WHISKEY v Hj
PORT or SHERRY S
ROCKandRYL uu.rrt " 7.)(
IRISH WHISKEY.. 75c
f'l inPT Kiv'iiii' SOC full rJ U g '
ALAKC, I iiari liDtlle Qslv'
ICOCKTAILS Mggfgi 75c
j KUMMEL 'i.'.'il't'i r 59c
I apricot ;;,r':.r'"''"'"u' 80c :
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, xallmi jut SS.aj'iusn
Jwkaai Mar- il a lM
tau tu I'Ium.i
Century L'ni jM Gas Mantles
A stions. triple sveave niantl- thai t . . ilrar. bright light. Regulany ku!J ar.
M 2ic: sp-c .l. 3 for . . . 2C
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We Handle Only
Tbe Finest Crates
LEGS ol MILK VEAL
or SPRING LAMB"
yy us. sVra . 'ici Prime Klb Roasl ""' lb. We
Milk Veal arf, ,D ia.t io,., jrwv
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Canada Lamb ,b I&2C
KUit 1 htAvv No) KniAi'ii
CREAMERY 1 1 fiet Uellvertd life O&l,
CHOC. CAKES ,ry,rXr:. IOC
BROMANGELON 55E 25c
vjrrt jmvc imtti
TOMATOES ,'r'.r '
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CREAM ol RICE g.Th.C
MI XED TEA wratf Vb0 28c
rArri .olili n Ulead, SmZ
COFFEE m rn, -.Z8C
MILD CHEESE V.".,'; ,T ,rM2c
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