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V THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
DOOR AND ROBBERY
STORY DIDN'T FIT
'Man Who Called to Give
i'ir Century Theatre Guard
Joy Ride Also Arrested.
" Accompanied by a man who called
vlntan automobile bcllovcU to liavo
'Veen ttolcn, to glvo him ft Joy ride.
'J'eter llagffcrty, until yeatordny
, jvntohman at tho Century Theatre,
' Ttm taken to tho West Sldo Court
thlit morning nnU urralgncd on a
oJjareo of grand Inrcony. llaggerty
- la accused of aiding tho men who
gripped open tho sifo In tho thcatro
arly yeatcrdny und escaped with
Policeman Cuiraa una mahlnc his
, rounds early to-day when hu aaw
. man Doundlnjc on tho door at tho the-
atre'n stace entrance. When told he
wai under arroit tho man aald: 'All
rlht.' olllccr: we'll drlvo around to
the station In my car."
At tho Wost 6Sth Street Station tho
, prisoner said ho wai Ooorco (Jallair
her, a teamster, of No. 280 West H7th
Streot. Ho aald ho had called to toko
Uarcerty for a rldo. llo had no
chauffeur's llcen.a and tho police aro
looking up tho license, on tho auto
mobile. In but posaesRlon. Gallagher
lield on a cliarco of stealing tho
auto, and his lincer-prlnta wero token
At tho samo tlmo iluKKerty was un
dergoing tho aatnc :rocedure.
Haggerty'a arrest came after a
fllsht of grilling by tho pollco and
resulted mainly from tho narrowness
of a Century Theatro door. iJotec
tlvea visited tho thtuitro and asked
tho watchman to repeat his story of
tho robbery. Ho allowed tho deicc
tlvea whoro ho bad met two of tho
Alleged robbers on an uppor floor ns
ho waa making bin roun.ln and ex
plained how they bad unlocked tho
door to tho stage entrance on Weat
Sid Street and admitted tbrco other
Haggerty sold two of tho men took
him to the back of tho atugo and tied
hun to a choir. The men then wunt
to the olflce, whero the pollco found
later that tho nafo bad been ripped
open. Haggcrty tnen related bis (drug
gie to reach the atago door, out of
which bo toppled, still tied In the
chair. The detoctlvca found tho door
way was too narrow for this, und
they took him Into custody.
A woman who aald nha was em
ployed at tho Century Theatro told
detectives that a man with a scar
on the loft aide of his neck was ad
mitted by Hoggerty. Haggcrty ex
plained bo thought tho man wan an
employee. In his atory be had de
scribed one of tho robbers n.i baring
a gear on tho left ldo of hi neck.
COMPLETES 23 YEARS AS
GUARD OF MAYOR'S OFFICE
Police Lieut. William KetKiel Was
Assigned to Job in 1895, When
Strong Was City's Ruler.
Tollce Lieut. William Kennel fl:V
Ished bin twenty-third consecutive
year as guard at the office of tho
Mayor In City Hall yesterday.
He was assigned to that Job from
the Dctectlvo Hurrrui March 1, 1895,
aud has served under eight Mayors.
William I Strong was Mayor when
ho wai assigned to City Hall. He
served under Robert A. Van Wyck,
tuo first Mayor after consolidation:
Hath Low, tleorgr 11. McClcllan (for
two terms), William J. Oaynor, Ardolph
Kline, who succeeded to the office
upon Mayor tlaynor'a death; Mayor
Mltchfl, anil, slnco the first of the
year, Mayor Hylan.
Knnel has. como In contact .with
practically all of tho distinguished
visitors to this city: has been vl
tuklly In charge of Important func
tion' Inside the City Hall, and baa
made innny friends In all walks. Its
speakr German, Yiddish and Hebrew
and has bad any number of adven
tures with cranks who Insisted on
seeing the Mayor.
"WATCH YOUR STEP"
IN CROSSING STREETS
NAVY MAN IS KILLED
GY FALL FROM WINDOW
Waller SchiKk, Home on Brief
Furlough, Loses Balance
Silling on Sill.
Walter Schuck. twenty-two years old
A naval militiaman on shore leao from
hts ahlp In the .Sound, fill from (he
window of bis room on the fourth floor
of No. 2321 University Avenue, llio
UronT. and was killed nt 3 30 A. M.
fichuclf enlisted Inst Aurll. and his a
brother. Christian Jr. In the aviation
aervlre. Ho lived with bis frjibir.
mother and two sisters. Yesterday lie
came home on a brief hnlld.iv, and the
fanillv ln.t nlht went to an nnnteur
entertainment In Webster Aven:i. In
which imp of the sUteis look lurt.
Mr. nul Mrs Sihmk ipIUiiiimI limn"
i. Hi II. I'M. i Uiiiiii. ni but U. ill. i '(ml
lM .1-1''. I 'MIM UM'll III iIhII'. JI-'IM.J
lint".. .1 A f I I tit 11.. . liii..U
home ..I .) A M At ,i.3l. .Mi' Si hm-k
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loiini imiiiiii mi' v. iiuiiiw oiii'n
.'.- .. i" , ii- iuiiii.'iiii.
1 . 1
ilf win n.irtlv ii nil 1 1 (...of), not! annar-I
entlv b.iil lost his bilanee while lttliu
In (be niml'iw Inking on Ins flinos. I ho
curtain pole l." inrrlnl out ultli li.m.
showing he made n desperate olfoit lo
DOUBLE SLAYER MUST DIE.
Stan Wlni MriT ( niiiiiiiin-t.nit ttllt
nml ilmlrer Sriilr iutiI.
The il"fllh sentenro was pronoiinreit
upon 'luri. i IMward Von rouche l.y
.lustier Mlti hell In the llinnx Kiinrrme
Court to-tlav. aftir Ins convlrtlo'i on
Weilnesdnv ot murder In the first decree.
1 Vnn r.niclm III be electrocuted at Slr
sin iliuln the week of April 1'i l'l
IcompanN vvlth HherUf Donnellv be
I'tsitfd linnieibatelv for Wiiik S'n
I nii t'oin'tio loimnrlv as a llentlm
.oldivr Wbiln workltiK In .i mimlnii"i
fnetorv In tllifnl be f-H In Invn nllll
Charlotte Shnullee. n married woman.
He came to Canad.i mid then the t'nlt d
States and Induced her lo follow. In
New York Vrtn l'oucho mi't an old
friend, Samuel Van ile Wegho and
took lilm Into his home as a bntider.
Van do Weghe and Chntlolte Khouv
llege bei'.tine tiitlunte and Von
1'ouche moved with tin sn-rt-heart
lo No. SI West 1G2d Street. In tho
llronx. to "-nirale the two. Van dn
Weghe persisted and Von I'oucbe unit
the woman mid wrnl awav. On th
night of 0t 3. ISI7. he returned H'nl
finding Van do Wegho and the woman
together, shnl them both lo death.
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
IWaih the poison and toxins from
yitem before putting more
feed Into stomach.
tSrV WA.I...II l. In. 1.1 i - In,.
brcakfait like you do on the outside.
This Is rsstly more Important hecause
Ihe skin ports do not absorb impuri
ties Into the blood, causing illness,
while the bowel pore do.
I ; For every ounce of food 4ml drink
taken Into the stomach, nearly an
ounce of waste material must he
carried out of the body. If tlila waste
Wsterlal Is not eliminated day by day
It quickly ferments and generates
poisons, gases and toxins which are
'absorbed or sucked Into the blood
stream, through the lymph duct
which should suck only nourishment
to sustain the body
A splendid braltli measure Ii o
drink, before breakfast each duy, a
Blast of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate In it,
which Is a liarmles way to wash
these polsont, gases ami toxins from
the stomach, liver, kidneys end
bowels- thu cleansing, sweetening
and freshening the entire alimentary
canal before putting more food Into
. i A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate cost but very little t! the drug
Store but Is sufficient to make any one
Hit ' .enthusiast ou inside-bathing.
Traffic Court Issues New Safety
Bulletin for the Guidance
There was Issued to-day from the
Traillo Court the twenty-first Safety
llulletln admonishing pedestrians to use
care when crossing streets.
"A pedestrian, when In the roadway,
fchould not be lost In mental abstrac
Uon, looking at the ground or at the
aky, or engage In conversation with an
other. Concentrate your attention on
getting across the street.
"It Is bad business to step from the
curb Into the roadway beforo tho
tratno policeman gives you a signal to
cross. You Interfro with tratno by do
Ids It and endanger your life as you
are It. a place whern tho driver of a
Vehicle does not expect you to be.
"Ilemember that negligence, aa defined
by tho Court of Appeals of this Slate. Is
nanl ot ordinary caro. And ordinary
care Is such care aa Is fairly propor
tioned to the danger to be avoided or
risk to ba Incurred. Judging by the
standard of common prudence and
CONFER ON COAL STORAGE.
Peters anil Storrow Maklne I'tana
for Next Winter.
Hsrry T. I'eters. Chairman of the
Fuel Conservation Committee, conferred
to-day with J. J. Storrow, Federal l-'uel
Administrator for Now England, on
planss for storing anthracite coal next
aummcr in New York and New Eng
land. Mr. Peters aald other conferences
would be held until meUiods have been
decided on. He declared the necessity
for piling up large amounts before next
fall waa apparent. Tlenty of coal will
be forthcoming from tho mines, and the
chief dlfllculty here will t In obtaining
ttoragc facilities. One plan before the
authorities In Washington Is to utilize
back yards and lots during the summer
for the storing of coal.
FIREBUG SETS FOUR BLAZES.
TTTrnty-fonr Families Driven to
Mreet l'rom Apartment.
A firebug aa yet not caught set four
flrei In a varant apartment on the first
floor of thu flat house at No. 139 Hast
13th Btreet at 7.30 o'clock this morning.
Twenty-four families In the house nnd
an equal number of those whose apart
ments faced a central light shaft be
tween Nos. 239 and 2(1 fled to the
When Acting BstUltou Chief Qun.n
arrived with tho engines he found one
llro burning In a nest of wall drawers
In the front loom of the vacant apart
ment, two In the middle room and a
fourth in tho kitchen. Ho placed a
guard over the apartment after the fires
had been extinguished to await tho nr
rlial of a fire marshal.
FIRE RUINS YIELD BODY.
V PLATE fk
Jly applying the Una n' nature, folio -lag
(htm and dol a n rpiionat'i t"H
work. hv lirouulH ihm Ituol't.l-'H.S
t'LATR to pfrfreMon it ! funturwi
that no other plsie noi)jf Light,
strong, non-lnltatlmr u il nstural.
lioon la humsnlty w'" mmU in
Tht fftw WATERHURY Way
Ooms hro In the ni"inln, hsva your
old tooth strnieil KHKB a-d rnurn
homo at night wild a v i.w t mat m
Perfectly. Urrsyml inn saved -loom
teeth tightened inlln tth rplel
without plle All w.irk minrin'.ei"! in
josrs, IJstraeiionii and Honiul Suicery
nisdt pslnlesi by eur
NHW BOTANICAL DISCOVERY
FulfSets of Tocth - - 5 5.00 up
Gold Fillings .... $1.00 up
Gold Crowns, 22 karat 5.00 up
Silver Fillings .... . 50c up
Waterbury Dental Company
29 W. 34th St., New York
414-16 Fulton St, Brooklyn
Hounsi 0 to 6 Sundays. 9 to Z,
Sermon, French and Swedish Spoken.
LADICS IN ATTINDANCe
Victim Is I nenrthed In I)rhi l of
.lerorr Viir llulldlna,
Cleaning up the wreckage after a tire
in x one-htory frame building hi Ninth
und Uarnum Streets, Jersey City, early
to-day. Krederlck Schultn, on employee
ot the Erie IlaJIroad, found the body of
a man. It was Uter Identified as that
of rhartrs Hull, thirty. nine yesrs old,
of Waldwlck, an engine hoitler. eni
nloicd In thp Hrle vards. The bulldlm
was usl by the Erie for the storagti of
wasta and olla. Tho fire alarm waa
turned In at 8.30 o'clock lsst night and
tho Jersey Oltv firemen found the Krle
employees fighting tho flames when thev
arrivcu anu uio cuy lire-men mane quicg
work of the flames. The body waa not
found until o'clock mis morntng.
leU I1ei Years In Jll foe Feign
AY BR, Msjia., March 1. John Ban
Jean of Cambridge, a private in Com'
pany i:, SOlat Infantry, charged with
fclgnlns Illness nnd making dlsra
spectful remarks to officers when or
dored to perform military duty, waa
given a flvo-yoar prison aentence by
a court martini which reported to.
day. He wns acquitted on a charge
1 or nssauiung a corporal ana attempt'
Inc to strike a Sergeant.
I Deserted rnmp Wndawnrth to m
I Now llahr, He Sara.
, Charged with desertion from th
1 198th Infantry, formerly the tJd Itgl
ment of Brooklyn, now at Boartan
burg. 8. C., Hcrhert Mllner, nineteen
a tinvate. of N'n. ?.'.7 nm.n.ii a...
nue, Ilrooklyn, was delivered at Fort
Hamilton yoaterday after his arrest
by I'ollceman Adams of the Fifth
avouuo niauon. .Mllner, who wa
found at his home, aald ho Jeft 1 hi
ramn to bn nnnr .! uHr. mv.a .
ccntly became a mnthxr hi. rn...i,i,i
requests for a furlough halving been
S Bilrw I'liorso I'or It.
AlrtrtUoauou Hi Itt World mot M left t
T m,rii,n ll!,liil Ututnifl uflu .a .hi dl
kaall I V. il.
More Vnreitlnn tVnr Ilnllnf.
Cash contrthiitlnna to tho Vacation
War Relief Committee for the weok
ending Fob. S were renerous, tha
eommltten announced. yesterday.
Many large orderti wero sent In for
cl! !ltn l, "xo un for women
end cn Idren who have been left da.
tiu o In 1'ranee, Thi f 9.165 for tre
week make tha touj m2,0J7 tinea
the committee began work.
We emphasize that no other HILTON
store offers this Sale!
Fasten this Address in Your Mind:
94 TO 96 FULTON STREET
CORNER FULTON & NASSAU
Metis Suits S 'Overcoats
Finl Clearance !
Our entire stock has been put in two special groups for
IMMEDIATE and final clearance. Absolutely no mail or
phone orders accepted. No reservations whatever. Many
garments in weights for early Spring wear.
236 Heavy Weight Winter
OVERCOATS, Values to $35 12-
Liberty Bond Will Be Accepted at Their Face Value on Any Purchase
Sale Only at Our
New Store, cor. Fulton & Nassau Sts.
Right at the Corner Formerly Occupied by A. Raymond & Co.
Open Saturday Even in fi Until i):45
f mmmmm .. ,., J
West 42nd Street (Between 5th and 6th A icnuts) West 43rd Street
A Remarkable Offering
Women's Tailored Suits
In the newest Spring styles
These models embody I he most ad
vanced vogue in style, materials and
rolorings, and are very unusual values.
West 42nd Street Between 5th and 6th Acenues West 43rd Street
Important Sale and Exhibit under the auspices
of the Allies-Swiss Commission
B KOI NX! NO TO-MOKKOW. SATHtDAY -FIFTH Kl.OQU. OF
Articles made by the Allied Prisoners
of War Interned in Switzerland
The entire proceed thereof to be returned
to the men over there who made the articles.
Iiiclmlotl in tin1 ensemble sire Curved Wood Lamps, Toys of all kinds,
Tea Trays, Leather Goods, Picture Frames, Mirrors, Pearl Neck
laces, Bsigs siud Purses, Paper Knives, Baskets, Flower Holders,
Raffia Boxes, Mats and numerous oilier useful and ornamental articles.
A aencrou response to this appeal will be an incalculable,
aid towards the. establishment of an outlet for the. handi
craft of these men who are more or less incapacitated and
arc entirely dependent upon the efforts of the commission.
The Spring Fashions for Misses & Girls
present the most advanced styles
At very moderate prices
Sizes 14 to 18 years
Sizes 14 to 18 years
With pony, I' Ion :ind medium
length coats, .strictly tailored or
handsomely embroidered; showing
new detsichable collars, and vestees
of silk or linen; in silvertone,
Poire t twills and tricot inc.
Of Georgette, taffeta, foulard and
flowered chiffons, many beautifully
beaded or embroidered; Tailored
Dresses developed in tricotine,
wool jersey, Poiret twills, also
GIRLS' AND JUNIORS'
Spring Coats, Suits and Dresses
Sizes ( to 16 years
Suits and Coats
The Suits have belted coats and
smart skirts; Pi to 10 years. The
Coats in Tailored or Dressy styles,
are made of tricotine, fine serges,
velour checks and other fashionable
materials; sizes (5 to 10 yenrs.
Im Fiinpirc, straight line and coat
models; made of linen, pique,
chambrays or ginghams. The
Afternoon Dresses arc made of
Georgette, taffeta, silso plaid silks,
combined with serges.
Women's Untrimmed Hats
Arc shown on the Main Floor in the very latest European and
American shapes and straws, together with Imported Roses,
Fruits, Foliages, Ostrich Fancies and other trimmings.
Very Special for To-morrow's selling:
Lacquered Chip Hals . . at $1.65 and 1.95
Attractive simpes; in blnck and colors.
Caterpillar Braid Hats, nil desirable colorings at 2.95
Smart Tailored Huts . . a, $2.95 and 3.95
Boys' Spring Clothes for Easter
Good, dependable Suits, Coats and Hats for all
occasions, at the following moderate prices.
S1IUN(; SLITS in the newest
models and fabrics, for dress
nml M'hool wear, some with
rjtra trousers; 7 to 18 years.
S9.75 to 1H.50
HOYS' TOPCOATS. IMTTLU FELLOWS'ltEEKKRS
of de.xirnhlo ma- and ToiK'oats of bine serge,
tcrial; sizes from ahephcru check and fancy
10 to 18 years, 1 mixtures; sizes II to 0 years,
S9.75 to 10.50 S5.00 lo 12.50
Very Special for Saturday's selling:
Boys' iS'ovelty Suits, 3 to 8 years, at $5.00
Of knitted cloth, corduroy, white serge and other fabrics. Values up to 8U.7j.
Main Floor Specials for Saturday:
Of Herd I'm Seal, in blnck and colors, also
Vacbettn leather, double insido compart
ments; pluted clasps; with tablet, pencil
and mirror fittings,
Values up to $7.75,
An Unusual Sale of
Moire Taffeta Ribbons
At Half Actual Values
27c and 37c yd.
fljJi ami 7 inches wide; in white,
black and colors.