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HER DEATH BY SHOCK
ployert known to him, haa thn In"
rtnrwd thfm and caatie1 thrm In varl
mis parts of the Hronx. In aaloona,
arorery atnrea nnd similar place.
Carew and Hr.-nnnn. saloon keepers,
are aald to have lost Sana through r aah
lns; auppoaed city cherka of the date of
Dee. 1. T. J. Carew. one of the proprie
tor, said he knew of three other con
cerns which had lost Ol.iOO In the same
.H. Macy Co.'s Attract Ion Arm Thmh Low Price,
I OF GIRL WIRE TESTER
f CLEARANCE TIME
The Store's one great ambition right now la to effect
2 thorough clearances In all Departments In preparation
5 for Inventory at the cloaa of the month. EOONOMIKS
a are aa profuse as apple blossoms In a well -cared -far
orchard hissed by sprint aunahlna.
S GOODS HERK ADVERTISED ON SALE TO MO RROW.
THE EVENING WOELD, WtSVISDXT, TXTHTXET tff if ft?
. a .a a a a a a a.B.
Victim of Electricity, Secretly
Betrothed, to Have Wed
fc Feb. 4, Young Man Says.
Doctors etrove vainly to revive
Mm Irene Moche, eighteen years, of
No. im Third avenue, who ha bean
hocked by a heavily charged electric
witch In the workroom of the Oood
jrear Kubber Insulating Company,
at On Hundred and Tnlrty-nrat
street and Park avenue. The doctors
. ory possible test before pro-
jclng her dead yesterday after-
The Rapturous Enjoyment
of applauding multitude tcatihca to
B'rt Williams'a tweaa. iuit aa
I Story il Clark
Bar death revealed a secret en
gagement and plans for ber marriage
on Feb. 4.
The young woman, who waa a
wire tester for the firm, was engaged
Ik winding copper wire on a drum
operated by electricity. 8he reached
(or an electric switch In front of ber
bench and thereby formed a circuit
batweeu the drum and the switch.
Una was hurled to the floor. I'.m
pluyeea carried her to an adjoining
room, and Dr. K. W. Hull of No. W
Went Una Hundred and Twenty-sixth
street was called. A Harlem' Hospital
ambulance broutcht Dr. Koohun. The
accident occurred at 1.20, and It waa
after 4 o'clock when the doctors pro
nounced the, girl dead.
Her body was taken to the East
One Hundred and Twenty -sixth
street police station, and her parents
ware Informed. A young man, who
aald he was Thorn n a Bologna, of No.
1174 Becond avenue, nrlso went to
station. When told the young woman
was dead he wept. Ho satl Mian
Roche waa engasred to him without
the knowledge of her family.
an- mjoy.d by tvery muiK lover.
"Tas Smetteit Toned Ptano in th M'orW"
rt Willi, m.'. apltrtlnni ara Nt Inlrntatan br
Dun ,n.i-ll ,n ball, 9 A. M tn 11,10 P. it.
frrtKY a i uik i-iaww. tsio tip.
other Main- PUa.. 11.10 up. t'r.l I'laaoa. 120 as,
Ttnaa Mo.t Hr..nHr. cm. m Upas Itaju.it.
HTOHY CI. ARK PIANO CO..
DrootlrB. 110otnAa. Srwn
101 Ralaay It.
FOSTER WIRES GIRL,
"AM COMING TO YOU"
Delilah Bradley to See Him
Her Parents in Phila
delphia. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21. Delilah
P. Bradley, the Pemherton. N. J., srlrl
Who eloped to Mobile, Ala., with .loot
M. Foster, her employer. Is In apart
ments In a hotel in thin city, and fOB
ter is on his way from Mobile to aci
nar. Despite a strict guard which liaH
been maintained over the jrirl si do
ner father left her here Monday, sh
got In touch with Foster and received
a telegram from him la.it night, tell
Ins; her not to leave the hotel until
be reached the city to-day.
. Harry E. Bradley, her father, said
at his rawne In Pemherton yesterday:
"Delilah will not come bona to
day, nor to-morrow, SO far an I can
soy now, I don't know when he will
come home. We have used every
argument we can. but she refuses to
coma. I do not know what we will
have to do with her."
It Is said to-day that Foster will
most Miss Bradley, her father aid
mother at the hotel, and that ooun
aal will he present representing Kos
tar and the girl's parents.
ELBRIDGE G. SNOW IS 73.
Base laanraaee Employees to Cele
brate President's Birthday.
The employees of the Home Insurance
Company at No. H Cedar street will
eassbrate the seventy-third birthday of
President BlbiidKO U. Know.
Mr Snow wss one of the first em
ployers to engage an efficiency expert
to devote all his time to Increasing the
Ardency among his men. Each depurt
mont of the company waa converted
Into an stridency bureau and weekly
maatbua were held to discuss the new
The reault was a large saving In
STOLE BRONX CHECK BOOK.
Bwiadler Uela as.UDO by I .Inn
Namoa of City Employees.
A thief who got hold of one of the
omclal check books of the new Bronx
governemnt hits swindled the mer
chants of that section out of about
16,000, It la said. He lias filled In the
OnecK.s wun me names or city
rol.l.AK III TIONS
$1.00 FOR 15 CENTS.
I mrrtrsj i a t I r mi ion th n rMiMrani nt iMm
aiUt-rilopmrnt wf will ttrt One Hundn tl
TlMntNiind I HMMMNM tiuarante-fd Hlld
Nlrrllns Hpr 'lnr HuMim mi 5 rnl
wh. Th are nimtr out or onr nlffr of
Snfld Htrrllnv silver like the- u hImv and ,
tsnniii itrvnk nr rnmt niMrt ud arr
Miami"' Micrllnir thrrr .in tie no ntipn- 1
tln nhotit the nimlltv. Kvrv one Mill be
ld Mlth t-he dbitini't underitinillnsT that
the ninnev Mill be rrfnnded If Hie Mm
qaallty n be tkuiurht reKiilurlr t siny
leM-rler'f Hhon fur If Minn renin . ;
We mill m1o aell lour far III eenta, nultUla
for rollar front ud bar nnd Imu Klrrvet.
Itimr -hi- taoltl I illtil Mt rintd nuh. fi.nr
for sl.1 i-.-nt. folld (miM. nil rent each,
four for a.oo. Moll order flllci 2 renta
ri rn bpm MM ntif . We WW furnl-
nuntatlana mm all srndea of Howard. Ilanill-
1n. MnmiMien, dM-Hiura ana r.ivin
CHARLES A. KEENE
Wat he. Dlamondft. Jewrlrr
Broadway. New York
Just Say Eddys' Sauce
to the Grocer Man
BRAND i "f
It'a the name that has al
ways stood and will always .
atand for quality.
U BOt'EBH SELL IT ISc. FEB BOTTLE
E. Mich, d, Maker, 331 Si ring St., N. Y. !
Proof of Value
of tho time-tested, world-tried, homo
remedy proof of its power to relieve
quickly, cafely, surely, the head
aches, the sour tosto, the poor
apirita and the fatipue of bilioiiHnse.
will be found in every dose of
em- Bold everywhere. In boars. lOr.. liSe.
Made a New Man of Him
The GREATEST of FUR SALES
With Economy NOW at Its HEIGHT
Fashionable Fur Coats and Sets are in this seasonable Sale
offered at Actually Less Than Half Early-in-the-Season Prices
Economies are exceptional and assortments so comprehensive that every
wanted style and every smart pelt is well represented.
Fur Coals, ranging from $39.75 lor gar
mcnt of Mole-dyed Corny (made to tell
for $86.75) to $339.00 for a luxurious gar
ment of Broadtail (made to sell for
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gajp.. J' ' AH BBBBSal
Thomaa Riley, unable to work,
told by hia physician he waa
aufferi ng from Consumption,
wbs made well and strong by
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
"1 took n severe cold and wis uener
sllv run down; I tried all kinds of rem
ediea without svail. My pliysic iun told
me I had consumption. 1 took outdoor
treatment and improved aome, hut not
rapidly, snd waa unahle to work. A
friend perauaded me to try Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey, which I did, "I'hiink
QoO.' (My friend has taken Duffy's fur
msny years snd is the picture of health).
I took your medicine regularly. The
firat bottle improved me very much snd
the second ao restored my vitality that
1 could do light work. Today I feel
new man. tientlemen, I can t expresa
my appreciation ol your greet remed
in words, but my fscs snd feelings
MR.' THOMAS MILKY
the tale of my wonderful cure. You
may mska uae of these few simple but
true Unas." Thomas Kiler. Kenwood
Height.. Albany. N. Y.
Ouffy'sPuro Matt Whiskey
l for use in the home, hospital and airk room free from the harmful ele.
taecjts of the ordinary beveraee whiskey. Thousands of doo-
tesa rely upon Duffy's because of its purity. It can be de
peadad upon for indigestion, stomach trouble, coughs, colds,
aronekitis. ariu, pneumonia, catarrh and throat and 1 una trou-
aias. It atreagthrna and stimulates. Now's tho time to use It
raw sat at breakdown of forces during winter when you Rl Bjll
Fur Scarfs and Muffs, ranging from $8.87
for a Scotch Moleskin Scarf (made te sell
for $21.75) to $89.75 for a Muf of Hudson
Bay Sable (made to sell for $149.00).
Tali Fleer. Baas-way.
A NEW Draped
MODEL' at $4.96
For this graceful Skirt, a lus
trous black French broa(kkxh 0
employed, wide tucks in Aos ef
fect. Hiving the new spiral drapery
so fashionable at the tmimrtit.
Lara buttons and tiny ones cov
ered in black velvet trim this
very smart model.
Smartly TAILORED Street
Serges and X)plins are the favored materials for the Street
Dress of the new season and the latest novelties, while simple,
are strikingly clever in style, with broad, effective girdles,
dainty collars, and fetching finishing touches of buttons and
In the Macy assortment, the best of the new styles are now
shown, at very moderate prices.
mall. Prompt, care
ful service. Expert
Wool and Corduroy Skirls
that were $3.98 to $8.49,
Now $2.96, $3.96
A limited numbrr of. Skirts In
navy blue, black and brown, in
black and white mixtures, stripes
and plaids. Tatr rtr mtr
Third floor. Broadway.
A very simple but smart Dress in
men's M serge, in black, blue and
white. One-piece model with drop
shoulder; black moire ribbon makes
the wide girdle and bow, and the cuffs
and moire buttons trim bodice and peg
top draped skirt.
In the Dress UluilraUd. loops of
braid and- button tfim the kimono
blouse bodice and the peplum effect at
the front in true military fashion, while
Persian patterned duvetyn in gay colors
is used for collar, revers and cuffs.
Soft frills of net lace finish sleeves and
the girdle of satin is finished at the back
with a huge bow.
An exceptionally well-tailored Dress
of fine men's woar serge, in navy, black,
white and shepherd's check. The blouse
bodice, white silk lined, is prettily fin
ished with a novel collar of Chinese em
broidered batiste in gay silks. Revers,
imdersleeves. girdle and pointed sash are of satin
the very modish three-tier effect, with flaring
and the skirt is
Macy's $12.89 PARADISE
Sprays, SPECIAL AT $8.89
Two hundred gorgeous Paradise sprays,
made of perfect strands in full aigrette effect
(illustrated), and with the new fan-shape
mountings, in the richer, darker tints as a finish.
In natural colon or in black
The new law prohibiting the importation of this beauti
ful plumage, and its consequent scarcity, gives this sakt
an unusual interest, for very soon it will be impossible to
purchase these most effective leathers at any price.
MACY SAVINGS WHEN YOU BUY
THESE FINE RUGS
Suggestions only from one of the finest and most com
prehensive showings of Floor coverings in the city.
Save on Seamiest Velvet Rugs
Leather-bound ends. Large and small-figured Oriental
effects, in a wide range of pleasing colors.
Sire 6 ft. x 9 ft.
Size 9 ft x 12 ft.
Fine Wilton Rngt at Low Prices
Exceptionally low priced, because we have only the sizes
listed below. Rich Oriental patterns.
22 Vim. x36in.
27 in. x 54 in.
36 in. x 36 in.
36 in. x 63 In.
36 in. x 72 in.
6 ft. X 9 ft.
K ft.xuH ft. 128.75
ft x 12 ft. $31.75
I REMNANTS of Dress Goods and Silks
are being sold at prices but a fraction of
I the price you would pay by-the-yard, cut
from the piece. A great variety. Worth
t looking over. Second floor, 35th Street.
Rich Rngs in 9x12 ft. Site Special
Several of the Rugs listed below come in other sizes at
proportionately low prices.
Fine Wool Wiltons
that wart formerly
Brussels Rugs, leather-bound.
$5.00 Hand-Blocked HATS of Real
MILAN HEMP, Special, At $2.97
The very latest shapes, represen
tative of the smartest Paris ideas
for the new season.
Small, close-fitting, oblong and medium
sized Hats in n vai iety of clever styles two
ot which are tllustraltd.
The scarcity of the very fine and fash
ionable Milan hemp braid and its conse
quent advance in price makes this offering
of unusual interest.
The colors include the newest "Nigger
brown," dark green, purple and black.
Second floor. SStb Hintt.
BOUKS that nave
been just a bit in
jured in the holiday
rush, and by hand
ling since, at very
BOOKS of every
sort at a wide price
range 10c to $2.41.
BOOKS to suit the
AUTO FURS for
And Women Are Now 56
To Vi REDUCED
On sale in Ik Dpmnmmt oftnH
Smptfiit. Fifth Plow, Mi St.
Men's AuteCeata, $11.49
Were V9.75 to $26.75.
Of black Manchurian doeskin,
and Black Pony, with lining of cloth
or quilted sateen.
Men'a Ante Ceata, $4L5I
Of nicely selected skins of natural
raccoon fur. full furred. All the
Coats are cut full so as to insure
comfort. Good cloth lining.
Men'a and Women's Coats, $21 St
Were $44.75 to $49 J5.
The men's Coats of natural wolf
skin, of natural or dyed wallaby,
blended raccoon, brown calfskin and
The women's Coats of genet,
blended muskrat. marmot, dyed
wallaby, white coney and calfskin.
Motor Robes, $39.75. New $18.51
Of natural muskrat skins (sides only), placed upon a
warm Steamer Shawl. The most comfortable limousine Robe
imaginable. Brown, gray, green and blue.
Correct EVENING Clothes for MEN, $22.00
Tuxedo Coals to snatch these Suits are
$16.75 for the kind sold elsewhere at $25.00.
These Suits consist of Coat and Trousers only, because
99 men out of every 1U0 appreciate the touch of individuality
given bV the separately-purchased white Waistcoat.
Full assortments of white Waistcoats at Macy's, from
$2.97 fo $7. 50. Suits with black Waistcoat complete, at $24.75.
Macy's Dress Suits are absolutely correct in cut, fit, finish
and material. The garments rank in the same class for style,
fit and effect as the expensive products of the custom tailor.
Other Dress Suits at $44.75 and up to $58.50. Tuxedo
ioais ai fiou? up 10 i?.?v. nna rw.
SAVINGS IN MEN'S OVERCOATS
Rim CmU taken frea stock sad raduced, teMuW wMi
Coals spatially purchaaed and very specialty priced.
The rante of tkoice is very wide both as to material and style.
Iran Include blue and black, as well as a fine showing of the ton
proved most popular this season. Plenty of sixes and models at every price.
of the tones that have
from 114.75. with oth
ers specially bought
were S16.50 tu J1M.50.
duced from S19.7S,
with others specially
bought whose earlier-in-the-season
price was S22.S0.
rW -Hssal O
as M 71 (wsn I4Z.M) as Is SS4.73 (
duced from SH.7S.
with others specialty
bought whose eatlier-in-ths laaaon
prices were $27.50 and S29.7S.
duced from 9J9.7S.
with others specially
bought whose eartoer-in-t
prices were S32.SO and SS4.7S.
i f MMt)
taste of every one.
IMPORTED Marie Antoinette LACE CURTAINS
A special lot of 80 pairs very fine
French made Curtains in exceptionally
desirable patterns and effects. Taken
from regular stock and reduced for
clearance to make room for new goods
about to arrive.
Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains to $1.98 $2.69
Macy's usual prices are $2.74 and $3.49
A special purchase of these very pretty and effective Curtains at a price which enables
to offer them for considerably less than Macy's usual "Lowest-in-the-City" prices. On
cable net of excellent quality.
r.urlh ftes. SM as.
BOYS' Graduation SUITS
Made to our own specifications of materials carefully
tested for color and durability before being made up. The
popular deep shade of blue in various desirable and higher
Wide aswrtrnvnti at:
$4.96, $5.94, $7.49, $8.94, $9.74, $12.74 & $14.74
The Suits are all silk-sewn, the
canvas, luch It placed in the fronts
for stitfeniiiR and to Hive the (.oat
shape as in a man's coat, is thor
oughly shrunW.ar'd all seams double
stitched and laired to prevent rip
ping. Linings and poiketings ull
The Suit at f4.V6 is a twill-lined
Suit of pure fast-color worsted.
Trousers full-lined. The Suit at
914.74 is the finest that skill and
money can produce.
CgmpHie stocks all the year round
of these desirable Graduation and
Special Occasion Suits.
Boys' Wash Suits, Special at $1.39
Elsewhere $2.00 to $). 00.
flu tiniest models just brought
out for 1914. Wide variety in style
For boysoJ3)4to8yOTsan Rus
sian styles, while boys of from 3 to
have several Middy blouse models.
Also sailor blouse Suits for boys
of 5 to 10 years.
Loiii or short sUeus, sailor or
military collars and plain knee or
bloomer trousers. Made of linens,
madras, repps, galatea and chanv
bray, percales, piques, etc, with
CMttlNIMIION OF THE VERY SPECIAL SALE OF
Elsewhere fS.5o to P
We illustrate on each side two models
at each of the four prices. There are, of course,
dozens of other styles, including almost every
known shape, material and finish. Handles
are of gun-metal, staghorn, Bakelite, pearl
Several thousand dollars' worth of fine
Umbrellas for men and women.
Made to our special order and of eicep
tional excellence as to covering, handle,
frame and trimming.
UMBRELLAS, at $1.49
Union taffeta, with silk caeb. Elsewhere
$2.00 and 82.50.
UMBRELLAS, at $1.89
Of a fine quality twilled silk. Elsewhere
UMBRELLAS, at $2.97
Of excellent all-silk taffeta. Elsewhere
J3.50 to S5.IM).
UMBRELLAS, at $3.79
Of heavy all-silk tatteta; very durable.
and silver, full length silver, Cape horn with
caps of engraved and etched silver, natural
wood, pigskin-covered wood, etc. Frames
are 8-ribbed paragon. Covers are all tape
edged, ltsta Visa,. BMMjaesrsr.
I ufiiiTr mm
! AT $24.74
I These are of the excellent
quality that sell elsewhere at
4 not less than JkM So.
5 The white hair of which
these Mattresses are made is of
exceptionally fine quality
X better, in fact, than we have
ever known put into a Mat-
tress at the price. The cover-
ing is either fancy striped or
A. C A ticking, as you prefer.
1 All Mattresses are made in
v our sun-lit sanitary Mattress
factory tin the premises, and to
I order 'only. Other Hair Mat
4c tresses in full size from as little
i as fl .(.' and up to $54 96 for
the finest obtainable.
X Peh rtattrtJM in all sizes
V and many grades to order,
1 from r74 up to tl4.24 tor
Mattresses of the finest and
most resilient felt, and elabo
1S ratelv trimmed find finished.
2 Mats rsss.aai at,
R. H MACY CO.