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THE EVENING WOULD, MONDAY, MARCH 61 1917.
JUI UU HLU
Police of New Brunswick Are
. Baffled by Piper Case,
Following New Clues.
On th theory tliat John V. Pliipr,
nutcpr.i Collfjro student, who dts
Ipeareil two "woehs n&o from Ms
homo In New Hrunv.-lck, N. J., him
been tnimlercil nnd his lody cromat
ti in n furnar.c, Assistant County
Prosecutor Oo.m may to-day em
power tho jiohco to InvcfltlRntn a
houno near Morris Street nnd Uv-
RED BLOOD MAKES
tmhiat red bttod, ambition It rullt, lift lets
worth thtlilij. It the verdict li thil vtur
blood ii imfivorablt, build up your blood
by natural methods and Pepto-Naxian,
; "The Bed Hoed Builder."
"On1v the fittest survive." Is the sci
entific way of saying that red-blooded
men and women rise to the top. For
it takes a clear brain, a masterful per
sonality and physical stamina to do
the work that wins leadership in all
walks of life. And all these things
have their oripin in the blood tha
nourithtr or the poisoner of the brain
and body according as it is red and
pure or thin and charged with poison.
"CAa Rtd Blood Builder"
If your blood is poor, begin now to
take the necessary steps to make it red.
Make sure of regular daily exercise,
ample sleep and fresh air, and a mod
erate, well balanced diet. And since
your red blood cells apparently are
lacking in number and capacity, start
a course in I'tfto-Mangan, "The Red
Ftpto-Mangan feeds the red blood
just the ele
need. A re
al tonic and
pleasant t o
mended b y
d r o f ession
4 e r wt
thin-blooded people of all ages, You
can buy real Pepto-Mangan onlr in
the original bottle and sealed package
shown above, bearing the name Gude.
Accept no substitutes or counterfeits.
For sale at all drug stores.
II. J. BREITENDACn CO., New Y.tk.
Ingston Avenue, New Brunswick.
IMpor lion been nought for assidu
ously. As a last effort tho Delaware
and Itnrltan Canal was drained for a
mllo yesterday. All other clues hav
ing fulled, his family and the police
nro Inquiring Into revolver shots
heard near Morris Street and Liv
ingston Avcnuo tho night tho young
' man disappeared, nnd also strungo
' rulnru tvlit..U n ..nt.1 lint', tmrma.
V V. U t II I Ull M.W .1 1 . I . ... V . I . .
nt(vl tho neighborhood,
IMpor lived with his wlfo nd two
Bniall children In Comstock Street.
Ho was twenty-four years old and
was graduated from tho University of
Vermont last Juno. Ho went to Now
Orunswlck last fall, and in addition
to lilt) gmduato courses at Ruts-era
Collcgo did research work at tho Col
lege Farm, which Is a part of tho New
Jersey Stato Experiment Btatlon.
To add to his Incomo ho wan em
ployed to tend furnaces by several
pornona In till neighborhood of his
home, among them Prof. John P.
Holyar, 'Dr. William J. Condon and
One reason why tho polio think
ho Intended to go awny becaUM ho
could no longer bear up under his
savero tutk Is that he asked the
wlfo of Dr. Condon for bis pny on
thn morning of tho day ho disap
peared. Ho was usually paid on
Monday. Vhon ho camo to fix tho
Condon furnace that Saturday morn
ing ho told Mrs. Condon ho would
llko to hnvo his nionoy that day. Hho
asked him to como Tor It at noon
and ho did.
Ho spent tho afternoon with his wlfo
M!,,?h.8?irJl5I. holoro 10 0'cl0Ck that
UM.M .tld .h,or..ho waa lDG out to
attend to his 'furnaces. He left tho
house- ut about 9.45 o'clock, saying lio
would bo back In half an hour. That
. , , i . umo nny Person whoso
...mo m given saw mm, tnouch tho
detoctlvos av hn wu in. . '
Uvlngston Avenuo shortly before the
tnl'HtHf nil. .hnl. . i .
,, Whc", " did not return that night
Mrs. IMpor communicated with the
police and tho aearch was brnm im
mediately. Tho Hav. Paul Hayne of
v ..iiiii,.iiun Avcnuo Uantlftt
Church. Prof. Helvar. IriMnt n.m.
afct of Itutgers and other members
" "-un- interested tnemselvea In
tho cae. It was at tho instanoe of
"r"uti iemarest that tho canal
wan searched yesterday, Relatives
of Piper went to Hllzaboth and called
In a detpctlvo agency,
t Ai.pep '"ewerlbed aa 6 foot 10 or 11
Inches tall, slender, with dark brown
....... u nuiu u urown saCK suit, a
dark gray overcoat nnj a brown,
soft, military Bhlrt Ho carrlod a
Hum mui-ii wim a Key charm
graved "T. K. A. Vormont. 'IS."
FIGHT OVER LORD ESTATE
OF $300,000 IS RENEWED
Appellate Court Hands Down De
cision Favoring Eugenie Ferrer,
'SpKlil toTh Etnlit WorM
VTHITK PLAIN'S, N. Y March 5.
Tho Appellato Division of tho Su
premo Court has handed down n do
clnlon In which It reverses tho decision
of Surrogato Hawycr In which ho
"found that there was no proof of the
marriage of Eugenie Ferrer to Thoo
doro A. Lord, once a prominent law
yer of Tonkern, and that iho had nit
claim to his 1300,000 estate. Tho prop
erty under tho will of Mr. Iord wont
to his stenographer ami several
1'ndor tho decision of tho Appellato
Division Kugenlo J'error, who claims
to bo the widow of Mr. Iird, will ho
rntltlod to fllo objections to the nro-
bato of tho will and now tho whole
legal battlo over tho Ijord estate
will have to bo rcopenod by tho Sur-
ICugonlo Ferrer claims Uiatj she
wan married to Mr. Lord In San
BUtct HlllDii Kr
rcij. urni or tkijtii, s bp.
Cam la u numlnj, Ur rour Mk
ctrud irlUmat imln, iM mK hrvn t.1
kKbt wtik M id ().
aUi woiik orAinvTKED Ton
lropiaty rAi.Ni.Ens nnynsT
two an ick
8 East 125thSt.lG9 E. 34th St.
ft. B. Ow. IVH At. I ,N W O. M At
IlMin 0 A. M. lol 1. M.llnljj.
jreacoers from all parU of West
chester County will attend tho annual
meeting of their association at the
White Plains High School on March
10. One of tho featured of thn rnn.
ventlon will be an oxhlbltlon of com
munity chorus singing led by Oeorgo
O'cnr Howan, director of music In
mo scnooiA. in tho morning the prin
cipal a dd re. vi will bo made by Prof
hnuiwoll or Columbia, and In tho
uftcrnoon tho main address will be
delivered by Dr. Jlryan, President of
Tho Young Women's Hebrew Asso
ciation of Mount Vernon has been In
corporates for the nui-Doso of nro,
motlng Judaism among Jewish wom-
eu. ino nirectora are: Jennie Yavo-
low, Augusta Ilrandon. Cella Lloh
hold, Ncttlo J. Schaffne.-, Itosnllo
ltoseff, Mlndeli Shlman, Mary U. Sol
omon, Jnnnle Itoyman, Theresa Robl
won, Ousslo D, Arnold, Therosa Poy
ser, Ddlth H. Hcalson. Lena Wllchlns,
Mlnnlo Marcuse and nay Notman.
Transfer Tax Appraiser William C.
Clark has appraised the estate of the
late Marguerite Qourreau, who -died
In France, at iaj,S04,74, of -which
t:G2,400 Is made up of real estate
which she owned In Yonkers. Other
estnti-s Just appraised follow: Moll
scent II. Welling of New Ilochelle,
who loft roal and personal property
worth 158,295 58; Martha H. nurllng
of M.-unaroneck, personalty, $37,300 If.;
Kdward White of Croton, whoso cs
tute Is valued at 130,::s.o:; Charles
C. Hoyt of Itedferd, who left per
sonal estate worth I31.166.9S; James
Day of Tarrytown, roal and personal,
jis,:w; ttugdno rrost or I'eeKsKUl,
pomonal, Sl.nti2.05: real estato, 64,
477 03; Jackson Hill of Now Caatle,
Francisco nnd that tho marriage
records wero destroyed In tho Mg flro
that followed tho earthquake, Sho
produced Mrs. Almlo Crocker Oour
raud as a witness to tho marriage.
FOR WESTCHESTER SAFETY.
Wllllnm rt. Thompnon nf Vnnkfirs
i:irp(ril to Ill-nil Wnr Ccimraltlff,
(i.v!l tn Th KtmlBK WorM )
WIIITH PLAINS, N. 1'.. Maroh 5
Chairman Charlei D. Millard of the
Westchester County Hoard of Super
visors will announce this week the
nnmn nf ji rommltteo on county fety.
which was suggested by Senator Oeorgo
It Is expected thst the chntrmanshlp
will bo ottered to William II. Thompson,
a wealthy ronldept of North DroadWay,
Tonker?. Mr. Millard Intends to felect
some of the leading residents of the
rounty on tho nafeiy conimlttre. nnd
It ts cxpoted a d(enso longue will nlo
The commlttf on ssfety will, amon? ,
other things, amngo for a special ar- 1
tnored automolillo corps, which will I
patrol along tho north shorn of the
Sound and tho weit hnk of tho Hudson
In caas war Is declared against tier-msnv.
ASK FOR and GET
SubstlUAu Cost YOU Samt Prka.
For Iniants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years !
All tort T ftnaA nlelet tS
Ivcrtlied In Thn Wrld will b
tlatnl at The World's lafsrma.
ilea norma, FallUer Ilnlldloaj
Amir, rrk Itowt -Vorld'a
I'plown Offlee, nrthwj ror
er .-IHth SU aad liAUnri
lnrld' narlns Of fie. IBS
Veal 133th fit., ad tTsrl'
Brk!jn OffloN ana tTuhuic
Its HU. Brklm. ttr art Ji.i
'FolUwtBx tk prlaUax trf lb).
I icn nifTixcnai,
Irim th Blrmlnibun Xt llwi'.d.)
1 "Mr. Chluley," nald the professor of
economics in a sharp tone.
"Kr yes, sir," replied the startled
student, whose eyes had been glued for
fifteen minutes on the profile of a fair
"The subject for this morning Is fem
inism, not femininity."
rStXiCytlii Allriftioni Are Prices Qmlitj Smite
JUL 111 lV ilildSaa.r. IL &
,Vir, 34th to 35th St.
v . I t r lilt i.l
, . t '.; y
Starts ' II
Tuesday I L
9 A. M. JUI
&JZ-4Zfr4QU AltrsctUns Are Prices QuiEtr Scfrlce
9 A. M.
For Two Days Tuesday and Wednesday
Sal of 744 Dozen Pairs
Milanese Silk Glove
.71 A F n.D.
Marchioness gloves are too well known to require a lengthy in
troduction. They have been made exclusively for this store
for more than twelve years. We have jibt received this ship
ment of two desirable styles, and to start the season we have
marked the gloves at a price so reasonable that the event
presents an opportunity to
Buy Gloves for a Season at Savings
Milanese weave, double finger tips, two clasp, 5 rows of heavy embroidery.
The new shades and colors with self and Black and White embroidery.
Two clasp, Paris Point with half inch wrist welts to match embroidery and
clasp. In the following combinations:
White with self, black, navy, brown, gray, sand, purple, cadet blue, green and
red, embroidery and wrist welts.
Navy with White Black with White
Gray with Black or White Pongee with Black or White
Every Pair Sold with the Usual Double Tip Guarantee
Olala riaer. B'war.
MARCH SILK SALE
Now In Progress
Offering the Best Vnlues
Largost Variety of Weaves and Styles
Most Complete Color Assortments In America
48c to 1.95 n yard
IN ADDITION ON TUESDAY
Double Width Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crepe
In an fntlrcly new afi.sorlnu'iit of luli'st fashimmhlu KvoniiiR, Recop
litm and Street Colors and thf additional udvunco Kuster UntB us well as
Summer Sport nhuden; ulno White or Black.
James McGreery & Co.
James McCreery & Co.
OX SALE TUICSDAV AND WEDNESDAY
Exceptional Qualities Dainty Trimmings Special Prices
New Spring assortments developed in sheer liatiste, soft Nainsook
and fine Cambric; rffcctively trimmed with new laces of various
kinds, fine embroideries and ribbons, also hemstitched effects.
Regular Size Undergarments
Gown.,... . 95c, 1.50, 1.95, 2.95, 3.95 Drawers 50c, 75c, 95c, 1.50, 1.95
hnvclope Chemises. . .95c, 1.50, 1.95, 2.95 I Corset Covers 50c, 75c, 95c, 1.50, 1.95
Combinations.. 95c, 1.50, 1.95, 2.95, 4.95 I IVlticouls Incc or emliroi.icrv trimmed. . .
bntccnorPiqtie I'ettieonts. 95c, 1.50, 1.95 f 95c, 1.50, 1.95, 2.95 to 5.95
Extra Size Undergarments
Ciowns 1.25, 1.50, 1.95 to 2.95 Drawers 75c, 95c, 1.50, 1.95
M"'ts 95c, 1.50, 1.95 to 5.95 ! Chemises 95c, 1.50 and 1.95
CB ALA SPIRITE CORSETS
New Spring models for women of Fashion. Perfect style and
fit; absolute comfort; excellent wearing qualities; moderate prices.
Models for ercrt type of figure from the growing Girl to the jnatvre Woman, de
veloped in fine Batiste, lirochc and Brocade, lialiste; sizes W to i6.
CB a la Spirite Corsets for slifiht figures, including low bust or girdle ton. White or
pink- 1.00 to 5.00
CB a la Spirite Corsets for medium or heavy figures; with low or medium bust; long
straight bnck nnd hip; well boned models, l-'lcsh Color or White. 2.00 to 5 00
C B a la Spirite Corsets for growing girls and misses. White or Flesh Color.
1.00 to 3.50
Complete, new line of llrnssieres in nil the stnndard mnkrs for every type of figure; de
veloped in Cambric, Nainsook, l.incn, Crcje dc Chine, Wnshablc Snlin, Pussy Willow Taffeta,
Jersey Silk or Mesh Materials, also Allover Laces; effectively trimmed. Bandeaux or full length;
open front or back models; sizes !M to 40.
50c to 8.50
Three Distinctly New' Models
GEORGETTE CREPE BLOUSES
Dainty Blouses in all the pastel shades showing
new features in embroideries, frills and tucking.
A Stylish Blouse in Georgette Crepe in Flesh Color or I'each; trimmed with frill on either
Ride; flat collar; hemstitching throughout Hlottso.
B Attractive Blouse in Georgette Crepe in Gold. I'each, Tea Rose, Flesh Color or White; trim
med with embroidery in circle effect combined with hemstitching.
C Dressy Blouso in Georgette Crepe in Bisque, Flesh Color, Tea Hose and Gold; trimmed with
colored embroidery and fine tucking in front.
Real Hair Nets, cap or fringe dor.. 95c
Ileal Hair Ngts, cap or fringe doz. 1.35
Real Hair Nets, cap style doz. 2.25
Bone and Celluloid Hair J'ins, several .sizes.
Llncerie Tape, washable. 8 pieces for
1 t Y" Tl i (
unameica uress Hungers, in coiors,
each, 10c, doz., 1.00
Folding Dress and Skirt Hangers, 8 for. . 20c
Wood Shoe Trees 4 pairs for 25c
Wushoblc Sanitary Napkins, reversible.
2 for 25c
Sanitary Napkins 12 in box 40c
Compressed Sanitary Napkins doz. 45c
Sanitary Dress Protectors, nainsook, ca. 38c
Sanitary Dress Protectors, silk . . each 85c
Sanitary Bloomer Aprons, nainsook, ra. 38c
Sanitary Bloomer Aprons, -ilk.. .each 1.10
Sanitary Belts, all clastif em h 15c
Sanitary Belts, extra quality elastic, ca. 20c
Attractive and useful Noveltiea
made of Cretonne.
Glove and Hundkerchief Boxes ...75c
Veil Boxes 1.00
Candy Boxes 2 pound size. . , 75c
Knitting Bags 75c to 2.50'
Desk Rets ffour picrcs) 1.45 and 2.00
Hound Pillows-floss filled. .. .1.45 to 2.00
Laundry Bags 55c and 75c
Shoe hugs B and 12 pockets. . ,65c to 1.50
Cretonne Hosiery Racks nine nnd twelve
spiices. 1.25 and 1.50
Painted Tin Candy Boxes; several sizes.
50c, 75c and 95c
Lingerie Pillows oblong nnd round shapes;
covered with Imitation Filet Net ; lace
Scarfs- made of various combinations of lace.
Below Regular Prices
Sewed Bunting Flag, all wool, double warp; sire .IxH feet; complete with polo and bracket.
7.75 regularly 0.23,
Printed Silk American Flags
!i inni regularly 7c, dc
4i flinch regularly 10e, 8c
fl x flinch i.. regularly 15c, 12c
8 x 12 inch, regularly 23c, 20c
10 x 13 inch. . .r regularly 30c,
12 x 18 inch regularly 40c,
10x21 inch regularly 05c,
24 x 80 inch regularly 1.23,