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WITH ANOTHER LED
HUSBAND TO DEATH
are.lnvesirnaUnff ithe-BtatrenenU made
By Mrs. IJonzler that alio left br
huttoand beoftuao be wi cruel to
licr and. tliat when Kclsslns Intro
duced her to 1(1 lather aa hla wife,
ho (Ilclsnlng thought that she. was
single. Tho father. Oils Itelflslnp,
claims, he did not Hnow that hla aon
and Mrs. Bonzlcr were not married,.
A't Benezlir Held In $25,000
as Material Witness to ;
lira. Xioulae 13enzlor,wlfe of Oharloa
HJonsslf r of Baikal o, the man who was
phot t death yesterday in a trolley
ar at Jamaica Junction by Wilfred
Rcisalnjr, with whetn she ,hul been
llvtpg nt' Inwood, L. L, was to-day
held in $15,000 bail as a material wit
ness by County Judge Humphries in
Iong Inland City. Reissinsc Is In jail
ittierC charged with tho killing.
Both prisoners were subjected to
oa to a further lengthy questioning
In relation to the shooting. The poJIc
Two Found Overcome When
Hatches of San Giusto Are
Opened One May ,Dle.
The Ellis Ulaml authorities were no
tified to-day of tho dlscorery of 'two sw
posed ftttms-ways, ovoreone by fumiga
tion fcaa. on tho ateamahlp San Qluoto.
The ship arrived Fdb. 10 from Naples,
and was not released from Quarantine
until late yesterday.
Last nlffht.ot thotlock. at 40th Ktreot,;
Brooklyn, members of the erey opened
the hatches. Tho first man found "xbm
able to describe himself as Antonio Van
Igllo. thlrtyfive. 'The other man, be
sides the ,sas jMisenlng, was suffering
from a fractured skill! and unconscious,
lie appears 'to bo an Jtalian.
It is believed when tho fumlgatloi
bvcan no tried to alias xu xne vonuiai
ipg funnel and fell Jback jjn hla bca1.
Eotli men were taken to tho Kings
SAUSAGES FUlToF OPIUM.
Detective -Find 'Inirolini -Caches
of DruK on ArriYtnK XHner.
When they searched the steamship'
il. S. Dollar of the Dallar -Line at her
pier la Greer.polnt, Brooklyn, yeoter
day, detectives of ; Special Dpputy Felice
Commissioner Simon's staff found sev
eral links of sausages tiled with opium,
tho police assert.
Tho raiders assert also, tbey -found
about ten pounds of opium cached on
the flhlp and turned tlie drug over to
.the Customs Inspector of theTart. Be
lieving more drugs will be found the
kearcli will be continued to-day, the
raiders BAhl. No arrests were -made.
noi.T it its iPowrnii just nunire.
XAWIVrUUfe Tenn.. .March 4. A
building -of tho Old Hickory ponder
plant containing flv or six tons of
powder was struck lV Uhtnlnr Wednes
day night only to bum jvMcefully until
ccmipletely consumed with Its contents
500 New Spring
ORIGINATIONS JUST CREATED IN OUR OWN
WORKROOMS EXPRESSING THE FOREMOST
FASHION FEATURES OF THE NEW SEASON.
STRAW M ALINE- CREPE HATS
MILAN HEMP-HORSEHAIR HATS
A WEALTH OF EXQUISITE EFFECTS IN
FLOWERS, RIBBONS, OSTRICH, EMBROIDERY
BMAKTliST COLORS AND BLACK AND WHITE.
MADISON AVENUE -FIFTH AVENqp, NEW YORK
Girls' Coats and Dresses
specially priced for Saturday
Girls' Regulation! Coalts
(sizes 6 to 14 years) made off all-wool, navy
blue cheviot, excellently tailored and lined
throughout with mohair
Girls' Bloomer Dresses
(sizes 6 to 10 years) in three new models
One model is made of green or blue checked
cotton fabric in rompejr style
Misses' New Spring1 -Suits
The latest models, featuring a diversity of
the wanted slender-line effects, ornamented
with self-binding, braid or stitching, are very
reasonably priced in the regular stock.
Suits of tricotine . $48.00 to 11 11 0.00.
Suits of Poiret twill, 60.00 to 1125.00
Suits of twill cord , 60.00 to 125.00
(Second Floor) '
The other two -models are made off tan or blue
chambray and pink or blue checked cotton
(Department on Second Floor)
Boys' New Spring Suits
(sizes 8 to 18)
Additional assortments are being received
from day to day, but fhe present stock offers
a wide choice of election. There is an extra
pair of trousers with each suit, and taking
this into -consideration with the durability of
the woolens and the excellence of the tailor
ing, these garments present unusual values
at 16.5 & 19.50V
New Hats and Furnishings are also 4ready
..,, for selection.
(.department on tswm Moor)
Several Tlhoiuisainid Yards of
cjit in Lengths suitable for Suits
- " Frocks, Coats and Skirts
will be on sale to-morrow (Saturday) at
.decided concessions in prices.
Included are imported tweeds; homespuns",
. velours do laine, wool jerseys, plaid materials,
striped suitings and embroidered serges, in
the desirable colors of the season.
in several attractive models, developed in
striped and plaid materials, as well as navy
blue, black or white serge
offer exceptional values,
A special feature is made of
Plaited White Flame! Sports Skirts
(Department on First Floor)
West Thirty-Fourth Street New York
Brooklyn Fulton Street Near Hoyt g- Newark Broad Street & West Park
Tailored and EiAbroidered Motifs
In Unusual Pre-Easter Sale
Specialized Values at
A new collection the result of a special effort
to offer the best values in town at this price. In
plain tailored, box, blouscd and butterfly models.
. Beaded, embroidered and braid trimmed.
' Tricotine and English Tweeds ,
All Richly Silk Lined
Suits of excellent character and refinement r
TMt measuring up to the exacting standards of this
establishment greatly uriderpriccd tomorrow!
NEW Easter Frocks
tU 1 1 I
Lovely Spring Styles
New conceptions of the accept
ed vogue. Obtained at unusual
prices concessions from , leading
makers. Offered on the' same
money-saving basis tomorrow.
x Taffetas, Trlcotincs, Canton
Crcpea, Crepe dc Chines of
Finest Quality Duplicated
from Fifth Avenue Creations.
Girlish ruffled affair., demure
puffed sleeves, petal tunics, split
models, long waistcd, eyelet em
Check and Plaid Skirts
A skirt value-giving, offering unusual savings. Smart
color combinations, well made, with attractive pockets
on plaited models. Wool mixtures. Others at $10.98.
A very successful model of light
weight Worsted Jersey. Over
blouse Waist with linen Pinafore
collar, and cuffs'. Side or accordion
Sizcsl4 to 20 Every
Dress Well Made and Smart
Sale in Junior Salon.
Polo Cloth Coat Sale
Swagger Easter Types
Swinging, jaunty affairs,
satisfying to the smallest
detail. Smart conservative
types, mannishly cut and
Featuring Polo Cloths and
Soft Deep-Pile Fabrics
Lined with Fine Silks.
Notched collars and string
or strap belts, debonair
capes wrap effects, full
length types 'sport capes.
Copies from New
High Cost Models
Tomato and Gray
Porcelain and Gray
Rattan and Porcelain
Bisque and Navy
Duplicating a famous imported suit blouse. Fea
turing contrasting front and back panel rsilk
embroidered extending below waist line and tying
at both sides. Monk collar and petal cuff; matching
panel. Other Easter blouses of heavy Crepes and
Tomorrow In Uptown Bargain Basement
The last of our higher
cost success including
plain and fur collared
typca of warm, soft
fabrics, in the desired
regulation belted and
snugglc-in collar typos.
Charming new arrivals
at big money - savings.
Taffetas in straight
line, embroidered, . nov
elty bouffant and other
very desirable modes.
Comparable with models
selling elsewhere at $15,
$18 and $22! In al the
new shades and mix
tures, with four patch
pockets and string
belts. In newest model! ! ,