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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAT 80, 1118.
BOY OF 14 CAUGHT,
CHUM NEAR DEATH,
IN FIRST BURGLARY
Jjai Confesses Companion Fell
From Third Story After
KING GEORGE RECEIVES
AMBASSADOR PAGE, WHO
New American Envoy Pleased
With Cordial Reception by
British Ruler and Queen.
BRING THE CHILDREN TO OUR FREE MENAGERIE SEVENTH FLOOR
A fourteen -year-old boy, frightened
Ml nmscsoful. NdMMd t the polio
or lb Wat Thirty-seventh etreet sta
tion Mrly to-day that It was hlU com
milting thtlr first burglary that hi
chum, Henry Uohilnarer. sixteen, of No.
t Wait Thirty-elglitt street. Ml to th
rear yara of No. H Wtat Thirty-eighth
ftAhlfft. ihi na - - - Ma I
WMV kVUHU u II LUIIKIUJ, Willi
Internal injuries ana a compound free
tura of the left arm. During a lucid
moment, tha polio ay, ha admitted
that h and atllhssl Bolgtar. feurtee.
of No. Ml Waal Thirty -ejghth trt.
wr robbia th apartntent of rrank
Ore. a U ink floor of No. M.
whan h Ml.
Oeteetlve Mahoney waa aant to tha
ZelgHr horn and waa admitted by a
motherly woman wio ald. whan ah
hoard his atory. that ther must ba torn
TKMPTIO IV MYI' 8TOP.IKS OF
"I am th widow of a lawyer," ah
MM. "My bay Michael l nothing hut a
schoolboy and la la bad long ago. H
Ifoaa to arhool regularly and la a good
boy. Ha haa boon raised well."
Th detective Instated on teeing
MMiaot. aad aay that when they en
tered th room th boy ducked under
th coy and begged, Ma mother not
to "lot them take htm away."
A oooa a he reached th station, ac
cording to th police, he confessed.
"I was vribh Bohllngar," they quote Mm
s SBjrlBg Other boys In ths n.lgh
borhood seemed to hare plenty at money
to fo to picture shows and Coney Island
and I wanted to b like them. Borne of
them oold stealing waa easy.
"Usury that's .Bohllmar said we
:nlOI try It I didn't want to, but h
sold, 'Wlty, everybody' equal. Wo novo
aa maen right ta things ao the person
who ass thorn. Come on. It'U bo oil
t. night wo decided to rob the
flat, knowing the family had
loft homo. Wo wont up to the third
floor, crawled through a toilet window
in the hallway and climbed a or escape
to n back window, which wo opened.
POLICE DIO UP 4S WORTH OP
"We took some shies, eafety rosor
and a lot of staff like that Then Henry
ssnt m Into a backyard tt bury It
nadsr ooms boards. He said be would
so back Into the flat and errand thinas
so nobody could tell any oaa had seen
In. Whan I had finished planting the
stnlt aad fot back I heard an amuu-lon-
out front, and when I got there
saw thorn putting tny partner Inside.
Thu.n f got scared and ran home."
The police eay they found about
worth of gooda hidden what ZelgVr
saM ho bad placed them. Eelgler was
turned .over to the Children's Society,
ffoktlager to still unconscious In ths
Nw York Hospital, but may recover.
If has been unable to UU how he
esSJ te fall, but undoubtedly droppei
at toast three el or to. That he was not
hilled Instantly probably was duo ;o a
Clothesline. Ho evidently struck It in
his descent, as It was found broken. Th
polk thought at Bret It bad been used
lit. thieves In sneering too flat but
0! -lalar dental that th.v uaad a rone.
BOMB BURST IN PATERSON,
BUT NOBODY IS INJURED.
SilX Mill Owners Fall to Get Strik
ers to Return and "Talk
A bomb, or a high eaploelve In some
other form, woo exploded In the yard at
ths roar of the bono of Frederick
v Mnger. o boot csrpsntor, of No. U
, May street, Peterson, N. J., last night
It waa evidently Intended tor oomo of
tho strike breakers of the silk striata
The explosion shattered all the window
In Welslngsr boms, but Injured no one.
Failure marked, the attempt of the
silk manufacturers to gst the strikers to
return to work yesterday under o prom
ise to consider their grlevanceo sfter-
ward. Doth tides are preparing for o
Ions and bitter struggle.
The etrt hers rslteratad their position
with respect to tho conditions under
which thsy will return. Tbey are stlU
a lead (eat m their demands for lbs elght
hour Say, on increase la wages and ths
aboliehinem of the three and four loom
oyetem. The committee defended the
"Tbs strlks beoame a tact." tha etats
Msat rsad, "before I per cent, of tho
workers saw or hoard Haywood. Hiss
riyaa er Qulnlan."
IiONTJOX, May m.-Watter Hlnes
1'aoe, the newly appointed Pnlted State
Am9aaador to the Court of Ht. Jamea,
wao received to-day In aiirtlen by King
Oeorge, to whom hi presented lila let
tere of credence. flr Edward Orey. the
British Foreign Secretary, presented the
new Ambassador to His Majesty, who
In turn Introduced Mm to Queen Mary.
The King's reception or Mr. Pegs was
Then ths Arnftoosador wont through
ths formality of presenting to Ttieir
Majesties the members of ths Rnvbasev
staff, moot of whom had attended many
courts and leveea in company with Boo
lata Whltclaw Held.
With the memo re of his staff Arriba
ssdor Page, who. Ilk his secretarlee.
wore ordinary evening dress, whldh
American diplomats alwsys assume at
levees, was driven, together with tho
naval and military attache In uniform, i
from the hotel where the Ambassador I
la staying for the present to Bucking''
ham Palace In royal carriages with the
coachmen and footmen In Hie ocarlet
livery of the Brltleh court
The string of royal carriages passing
through Mayfalr to Buckingham Pal
ace attracted considerable attention.
Sir Arthur H. J. Walsh, th King's
maater of ceremonies, accompanied tho
Ambassador from and to hit hotel.
Speaking of the audience afterward.
Ambassador Page said:
'It was one of the moet pleasing ex
periences of my life. His Modesty ths
King and Her Majesty the Queen spoks
frankly, cordially and kindly en a num
ber of subjects. Thsy aikrd after Pres
ident Wilson and his family and also
after my own family."
King George expressed great pleas
ure at meeting another American Ambassador.
After the royal audience Ambassador
Page called on Paul Cambon, the
French Ambassador and Dean of the
Diplomatic Corps In Oreat Britain.
Within the nest few days he wall pay
hie respects to the other Ambassadors.
MISS ELKINS IN AUTO CRASH.
Senator's Widow and Daughter
erase lajwry la Collision.
Washington, May H Aa the re
sult of a collision between their auto
mobile and a street ear, both Mrs. Ste
phen B. Elklns, widow of the lots Sen
ator from West Virginia, and her daugh
ter. Mlse Katherlne,. are suffering from
enexk. Neither waa Seriously hurt i lid
car dragged the light motor In whlcu
the two women weie driving for several
yards, but It was not overturned.
DON'T SCOLD AN
If Tongue Is Coated, Stom
ach Sour, Breath Fev
erish, Give "Syrup of
Figs" to Clean the
Your child isn't naturally cross, ir
ritable and peevish, Mother! Examine
. I . 1 . 1 ! . . I I '.. I
tor tongue; u coaieu, n means me nine
one's stomach is disordered, liver in
active and iti thirty fret of bowels
clogged with foul, decaying waste.
Every mother realises after giving
delirious "Syrup of Figs" that this is
the ideal laxative and physic for chil
dren. Nothing else regulate the little
one' tender stomach, Uver aad bowels
so effectually, besides they dearly love its
delightful fig taste.
For constipated bowels, sluggish liver,
biliousness, or sour, disordered stomach.
feverishnsee. diarrhoea. Sore throat bad
breath, or to break a cold, give one-half
to a teaspoontul of "Syrup of Figs," and
in a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
sour bile, undigested food and consti
pated matter will gently more on aad
out of the system without griping or
nausea ana you win surety nave a well,
nanny nnd smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you art not drug
ging your children. Being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna and aro
matics it cannot be harmful.
Full directions for children of all aftes
and lor grown-ups plainly printed on
Ask your druggist for the full name,
Syrup of rigs ana Elixir of Senna,
prepared by the California Fig Svtud Co
This is the delicious tasting, genuine old
reliable. Hcfuse anything else offered
Select Your Goods
Now Py as
5 M " 7S
n rite far Catalans.
Uaorealeed Brass Bed outfit I B-sneb Feats i with Wevea Wire
.- i Soft Tub Matt reaa i Valae BSO.no
M a week opens
4 " - 7S.M
4 - M.N
Terms Apply Ala. u
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Thin Sale Has Proved a Tremendous Success!
Men's and Youths' Suits
The Surplus Stock from 3 Large
Offering the very newest and best pos
sible styles in Clothing at 8 tremen
dously low priees.
The 14th St. and Rothenberg't
a Being Combined In One Store
i The Combined Stocks
of Rothenberg and Co.
and the 14th St. Store
will be offered
at Unheard of Prices
Sale Starts Monday
See Sunday Papers for the
History Making Bargain.
Wo have nolrl hundred of these auits during the past
wrek, but thn purchase was o Urgv that the bent suits
nre not .none ny nv means. Kvory man who comes
to this sale is absolutely assured of being "suited,"
no matter what price ha has decided on.
Every Wanted Material and Color
embraced. Norfolk styles, Patch pocket
styles and 2 and S button regular styles. Coat
cut on smart, snappy lines and also on con
servative lines. Blue serge suits also included.
...... i i ...... iTj-u-LnjTJVAAftAAAruT.
The Sale Every One Is
2 V Straw Hats
England and America'
Beat Maker Represented
All the now shapes to be worn this
season- -nil th deeirabt straws. High
erowas, low erowas. narrow aad wile
brims. Trimmed with bow in back, bow
way snd fancy trimmings. The now
ago hat Inclu
Boys' Bine Serge
Suits $ AM
Just the right sort of suits for confirma
tion wear and for general dress-up oc
casions. Norfolk styles, made of list
color blue serge, with full knickers, lined
Boys' $t.N Wash Suit.
Russian style, with sailor collsr snd but-
ton-to-the-neck model. Per.
csles, madras, galsteas and
seersucker ginghams. Sixes
3 to (years
Boys' Wash Linen Norfolk
Suite, same quality as other QO
stores sell at )3 eJlssTO
Dainty Dresses of
hoe sheet lawn snd
batiste in effective
French snd Princess
style I ; elsborstely
trimmed with fine em
broideries and Vsl.
Uses, finished with
large sstin bows. Sites
2 to 6 yesra.
Dreeses, low neck
snd short sleeves.
trimmed with Vol. lace and hwfts em
broideries; skirts made in full 9hm
stylet; sixes 2 to 6 year. At, each VsfC
Children's Cuimpoo, tiftked beck er
front, neck snd sleeves with hem- f Am
stitched hems. Sims 4 to 10 yean. . 17C
1,500 Men's $1 to $1.50
We urge men who want
to replenish their sliirt supply
to see these remarkable values.
All are absolutely clean and well
made in the newest Summer
styles, and of materials such,
as rnsdru, percales and
cords, as wall aa the popu
lar soft finish fabrics, in
light, dark and medium
colorings. Laundered or
French cuffs. Some have very slight imperfections.
All sues. (iw.rw.)
A New None Creailea at
Sheer Quality Orgaeelc
An ideal warm weather waist, of
fine sheer quality organdie, in
white with dainty little colored
floral dwigns, trimmed with large
rolling collars and edged with fine
VaL lace length sleeves, daintily
trimmed with laces. This model
illustrated is especially pretty.
Mothers Should Hasten to Buy These
Girls' $1.50 Dresses
W a . e
ana make mis saving fkmw
A saving of 55c on dresses like these will
appeal to all mothers who have true economy
Linenes, percales and ginghams that launder just like new. The ciew
shade and color assortment is particularly nice and worthy of your
attention. The variety of styles includes embroidered Bulgarian and
Russian models and some with leather belts. They are the kind of styles
that are becoming to the miss of 6 to 14 years. Choice of models that
open either in the front or back. Five of the models illustrated.
Girls' $?.50, $3.09 and $3.50 Dresses
A most comprehensive assortment of little
school miss will morr then be pirated with.
frocks that the sversge
They srr msde of repp,
linsne, gingham, galatra snd cordelinss in solid colors snd striped
designs. The skirts sre cither gored or plaited models. I he very
smartest of the new Summer models sre embrsced in this collection,
including the fsvorrd Bulgarian modrls. Sixes 6 to 14 years, at
( FMr.ed Hour. I
Men's 1 f and "
Shoes ! Oxfords
Walkover and Other
The Walkover Shoes snd Oxfords are in
sample sixes from Vj to Pi. The other
make shoes and Oxford t sre In all sixes snd
widths. All latest toe shapes snd style lasts
included in the let ; leathers include gunmet
sl calf, patent coltskin snd tan Russia calf.
Women's Walkover Oxford,
Sample pairs, therefore sixes ranging up to 3 only. d I on
Pstent coltskin, gunmctsl calf and tan Russia calf . . l.Olf
Sir Henri Footwear for Men
All leathers, sll sixst and all styles, always en hand; Colonial,.
pumps, uuord. and gm rn g ss ases rA
shoes eyatawVe eye a. sytfaefU
one FRESH JERSEY LOINS of PORK or 4 r U
Tor LEGS of CANADA SPRING LAMB I JJP
The Regular frtcv. 18c to 20c lb. M.VJi
PRIME RIB ROAST or SPRING CHICKEN or
FANCY YOUNG FOWL L. I. SPRING DUCKS
ttcValuei lb 17jC 2clahiv lbs 20C
CITY DRESSED CHOICE J at
HINDQUARTERS CANADA LAMB lh 1 lQ
. smith l loor.l .
flEW fislASS Dirt'ct from the creamery and A ill
RIITTaTD the fi,lcst obtaiiiable, cut from .VI
DU11LIA the tub: not delivered; lb
l.arxo Uayr or Pulled
In Sauce, 16c largi't '(
cans for ssar
Uean or Orouml, lb sWV
I IPPilEI IEIIINC,
or Herring la faucr .jap
' l.srgf Cans for
' Ualln or Plain, arnnln sain lh
Ui llclous Hreakfk ill
rwd.S reg. ise uku
WEST END M II
our lingular SI. 38
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I (XMI Innetia h
W ATER CRESS ,
ir Svw Huneli Onlima,2C
JL All Can Traaaler Ta
Mf M(h la 49a1 ttNcI
UtJaf at. la Si Ave.
Store Closed AN Dsv Toda
These Specials lor Tnorraw:
We'm ready vjUh roropletA stoelis tyf ths Most hall I SOS ak
apparel for every member of tile family and ths most Sraaissl
things tor the home and outdoor sports.
For Men and Yottttt
A Safen id CollertltMi of 800 tSaaTt
$10 Summer Suits al 16.88
Tha ana an nit stasis am so I
in com ssissi .. sai ns"""
Made of Maa
and fancy, plafa gray
taa, plala tons aad pSaaO
CoaU Used vtta
trM aaayaTmay tevs Omm
wRI or wltkosrt aaaV
Ttm at not take
UM Straw W aj
la ear Hat sseee, atom n
MJI Too Meat sMrta
I THE NTH STaUXl STOOE. IIENatV 9IEOEL Pres't-UTH STMCf AND STH A JK NSW VOBat CITY i
Mes s Shirts
That at new, assart aavJ very as-
11.80 Qrifion Shirts, plala aad
tripod stylos; sisee 14 to IT;
for S6.S0; er, Afu
Man's -Solaatto- Soft Shirts, with
nook hand and collar attached;
soft double cuffs; la laa aa
white aad gray .I.Vv
I1.B0 Shirts. Woven Madras;
raised cord mercerised, with
soft cuffs; splendid raft IB
rloty of patterns; at... 1.15
tost valaee ever.
style arc sisaiet at pneea
that will asvpaealttetr Cavari
Silk Bat Tteth er issjm, dM?.
Balkan eaters aad asstaa sa
dots Bat Ties MC
Oh sms) LInbr WaertsMo
Hands variety of sat-
I, esse VVJBj
Many Pretty Styles ta Women's
Summer Dresses and Suits
many styles we of
Among the many styles we offer at
this price are:
la Tailored Sails
Serges la pi in tailored aad Balkan hloaes
Bedford Cords la attractive styles.
Black and White Chssks ta trimmed aad
Linen Suite la cutaway aad trimmed de
signs. Othsr charming suits, all lined with silk,
la Serges, Worsteds, Stripes, etc., at Bag.
Chsrmsuss In the very latest atylss.
Chiffon Denclng frochs la pastel shades.
Ghlffen Taffetaa la Balkan blouse effect.
Crepon In pretty combinations,
Llnsns In ths aewest models.
Vellee In stripe effects. Barge la haasV
some afternoon models.
Many other draped and veatee aodela, al
Sheoherd Check Skirts
NeW draped Btylea for woman
and abases fj
Bargains at -Wt
All slses la a superior flfty-cent
make. They comprise a tremen
dous purchase. Short aleove shirt.
Knee length drawera Com aad
participate la this off ring.
Weaea's Sl.M sad
Silk Gloves al
purchase tram a
maker. They are la
aad Sfty fashion!
ble Bngor tips aad every
tho grade that
For Tomorrow, Saturday, Only
New Wallers Pianos al $125
On Terms ol N a Week
No Interest No Insurance No Extras
Price includes stool, cover and free insurance.
In Our Greenhouses on the Root
We're making room for the builders by sacrificing the prieea
. a. Via 1 a .
our stoeKB. ror instnncc
ne liv.he. Hnllend grown. In all
v.rl. tics, regularly sold fn
ISc to nnc: nt Be each.
In a bundle for
. fflB Rt sasdl rN
In th. UnltdU
Staadard Raw Be.. 6 to S f.et
hieli. In all varieties; reiu'urly
s.Til fmrn 4Sc to T.lr each. B.
t. ' In a hunrlle ror SOei or, lr
at ftOc an
t SS.TS per 100. or. .sort
trf,.l mill a s
r.aulsrlv Sc sach, affT
.O.l.as Col.ua. Annas,,
aira American siarigeiaiv '
hardy ramslTo ia
variegated WsS'SIS 0"
a'l thr h-dj'-g olaat
larly sold from
12o to 16c;
In Our Cul Flower Shops
We're showing all Hie seasonable fresh cut flowers at aa'
of one-half on exrluaive florist.' r leea.
Fresh Meats and Poultry Specials
soo Kaary "rr Pteh.d rlrarfllaus Ter-
key, weighing- from t to S les..
th. blggs.t value
valu. ever ot
tered, worth Site lb
Dry Pteked n.aatlac CkSek- aa
-.:!f-hi,nfc ,roni 11 ' ZZC
Uss ad SV
worth ISe (limit S rfog
Ui, la M AvfJw ntti to 111