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E EVENING WORLD.
1 9 21 .
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yy NICHOLS DIES
N CHAIR AS PLEAS
i FOR HIS LIFE FAIL
ecbnd Man io Pay Death Pen-
Mttlv for Murder of Brook
Micnois, a iweniy.iour-year
ur teteran convicted of the mur.
a Urooklyn stationer, was oxo-
; In Hing King's electric eliatr last
1gt after Gov. Miller declined to
eWte the death sentence.
tfllillolg -was strapped to the death
-.efcMj at 11.02 and at 11.07 was pro
. (neuneed dead. Just .before the cur-
grjhfc,wf turned on, he turned to tho
fJth in tbe chamber and said:
... uqqQfoy. Doys. xo jamcs u uou,
lnJfiB death-house with him, lie said
,"CroSb). Jim," as be passed on the
marlb to the chaii.
Itajunond Malone. counsel for Nlch-
ols, 'IHeU to induce the' Qovernor to
fP.r his life. Suprenva Court Juutlco
, STannlnir, who sentenced the prisoner,
write to the Qovernor that he felt tbe
.toW of Justice would be served by
' SJjfSSlfc Nichols spend his lite In
plisen. Tno trial jurors all petitioned
the Qovernor for a commutation of
iMngs vouniy wrote uio uovernor
, djij, no am not ieei more was merit
inl- the application for executive
i& ' Nichols was convicted with Jcsso
Walker, another former seaman, of
iho. jfllllns or Bamuel Wolehak, a
fiill6ner, at No. 208 Wyckoff Ave-
i uirooKjyn, ,-ov. a, v outer
lithe death penalty three weeks
mcnois. just ociore ne was
ed. Walker mado a statement
was forwarded to Gov. Miller.
iwwch he asserted that Nichols had
jmj art in the actual killing but that
lh . sfeootlng was done by a third
4fii&ttpllce who went free.
STRIKE DELAYS DOUGHERTY.
SnO&fK. March t. Archbishop Dough
erty of Philadelphia had been expected
to arrive in noma iui mem, out was
Pi .detained owlnc to the railway strike
l. tr uhlnh nr.ii.nl. t It,. .........
of .ItraJna from Oenoa 10 Pisa, mml
' Mm. O'Hcrn and oUior prelates of
' KB American College went to thn rail. .
i. v station last nlcht. but the nuthnrl.
tlai there were unable to srlvo them imv
fntfermallon itssardlng the whereabouts
"Vl.ll,? Vl . .............
Pope Benedict reouejted to bo
'Warmed Immediately when Archblshon
yJfUtherty reached Home.
SCOTLAND LIKES ARTICLES.
i aikstcoir Publisher Adds to Praise
f V- of "Dncommon 8enc.'
4 Office of
- THE DAILY IlECOnp,
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i'-v FtblMbar TS Evening Woridt
t.v The John uiakc isaitoriais seem to
fltavViriade an excellent Impression on
'.ouf public. Indeed, many letters huve
.readied us suggesting that they
should be brouttht out In book form,
H' jiuU gf.coursc, I have no wish to move
In.Uila matter or to ask you to con-
pi alder the suggestion.
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.same rate, i am scnaing ou oy mc
sonidpost three copies of the paper.
Comhient from your side will be ap-
,prcwiICU. lours iiiiiiiiiiiiv,
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WA act of 48 of 'these "Talks" now
nadr In namplilet form. Price 23c.
'ddreas Cashier, The World, Park
orrKew York City.
CLEOPATRA'S FELLAHS WIN.
Sorcereis of Clilrnno Illver Sen
teuerd for Lnrlnjr Arts.
CHICAOO, March .--CIopstm llyru
nmn, "tins Intiownt emintry rhl luie"
of a criminal gong, aturted nterduy
for the penitentiary to wasto l.T
charms. "m1e for years and maybe
forever," for she wss trheti from ton
years to life. Ten men, responsible
and law abiding, appeared against her
and each tojd the same -story.
Cleopatra confronted them with tears
and told them of tho troubles of a
"country clri" In a bis; elty. They ac
companied her homo," which was al
ways approached through a dark pas
sage, Tlwn a deadly arm reached out
of lb ploom and smotn th Hanmrltan
on the head with a ckib. When lie re
covered consciousness all ho Iwid was
It is said Ty the state's Attorney that
thirty men wlio wero felled and robbed
did not appear. Her huKliand, Kurt
llurtxman, swung tho dub. Ho went up
1 DSUC10U3 AND RBFRSSHINQ 1
1 AS the dance brings thirst H
B Coca-Cola brings refresh I
I TI1B COCA-COLA COMPAKV 1
g Atlsnts. Oa. Z9M
v a Pair
-885 pairs of officers' shoes
made according to Govern
ment regulations. Fully
guaranteed, with extra
quality outsolcs und mois
ture proof fibre inscrf.
.Brooklyn's Bett Known Shoe More.
10M01 Mjxtle Ave. Cor. Brldp St.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Great War Has Had a Sobering
Effect on the Country
.Public Dissatisfied With Sales
DEUTSCH BROS. FURNITURE HARLEM
n ngaeBiE 1887 -
inuf. ivory, mahnttnnr, nak 1 I CHINA f'F ONETt
"Kri.rKhirarfini.ii. DRESSING TABLES I , J t-uoai
VrJUit . . 1 imiJki.j m 01 mahogany nd Ameriean
lormerir to ai.n. snd Vonlty Droers. mahor- 1 walnut In J'erloU pultems,
Now As C n dij. uniy, walnut or o.ilc, B lorrorrly lo SUTS.
Low As JLU M 1 ormrrly to JfMtl. 1 Now A $ f J
...... ... 1 Now As S1PZ 1 Low As JLO I
rumn plooh. 1 low a. le) I timid i.oon 1
T"'nU n'00il TmmmmaKssBsassBbi
8 B 1'orcslaln many 91 BBH BBsBrlpSl IBB
ttn I w'tn drawers and bins. B3J BMH IBBIbI WflHWl BBBH
Pa to flfij BH 9H BBn 9S
R& 13 I1ASI1MENT. "
jnrv ELECTRIC I
HUo Ulialra, Arm Chilrr, bux
or slip seat, real or Dupunt
lpatherj mahoray, oak, wal
nut Formerly to If'JTi,
With ante (hade;
rormerty to 873.
Low As '
ii, bi a ra II i
j u is isMkJ n L II ii II BH II 9 I t ! ! I II I II III ill! II M Bl IB ? MBBw I ft I r13B' BBI HBIBBBB
K ICT 81
6 1 1 1, 1
I iftici-mu ivuua REFRIGERATORS H
Jva.e?. ij'M 'iSC 1 OUftiilO I Whit, enameled oorc.lala and lafj
JfJtL. ' n H Mahsnr, oa or Amerlein stona llnd retrlsfrators. BL
r limnlT to 03. 1 Walnut, in larse ranfe of rrmerlr to fC. mn If)
i90C I fOUUTlt BXOOn. 1 LOW As ZO I BAflKMENT fS JW
Bs9S9HBBBanBBsVaBBBSnS VOUKTll FLOOR. rsWBsTBHWBBBBBHBKj M
BBBB BBBB Old Ivorr or French gray, or in ID SHy I, IBB
BBB Hllll mauosanr, walnut or oak. Bft BBi
BBBBBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBBR Formerlr to gioo. m iai , nsH
15 I K
TinnD FLooit. flira
I CHIFFONIERS (S M
I TTORD FLOOIt.
BY ORDER OF FIRE INSURANCE ADJUSTERS
750,000 Stock Grand Rapid
made of aeleotcd
oak, i maho(nr
or walnut: lares
Forrarrlr to tSO.
In all latewt Period atyles; ins.
hofaay, walnut or ak.
Fonurrly to 1Z3.
As S1 1.98 rounni
Complete Suites and Odd Pieces
(FORMERLY UP TO $3,000.00)
GREATEST MARK-DOWNS IN NEW YORK'S HISTORY
ALL SAMPLES IN THIS SALE. THERE ARE NO DUPLICATES.
fBig "Mark-downs" Not Convincing
loiiet that the manufacturer claim lie had
lou care about 11 to get your money s
' 'The Great War with all its uff etini hn had
la soberins effect upon the brain of this country.
Kit hu been an education in the cold reality
iiDroaaouns oui mu ruu rruuc nun more
. rstsinea .mi mi tiicriv la ne auocu.
tiMen refute to believe every bogus tale that
K-tlhri Retail Clothier it telling them. To tell a
man wfca has laced death on the battleheldt
jtht a suit of clothe for which he would have
itrto sive a little cold mine during the war
DeuTOew be had for a bag or peanuts u, to lay
Ss ' Before Aha War
Before the war, when you paid $25, $30 or
SIS for a suit of clothes, you knew you were at
vety, dressed as the next man. You got style.
(iht and linon.
, loaay the Ketailer u not yd giviog you
pre-war values. He it still refuting to take hit
1 loftes. He his not yet waked up to the fact
that you, the consumer, have been on an earnest
fbuymg strike." He still thinks he can break
vouKitrike. for soon, sayt he. 'the cotuum
er's suit will wear out and he will have to buy.
He cannot dress as Father Adam did." When
the Retailer advertise "Suits Cheap," you
Wow he piiaru Uteap Suits.
We Aro Not .Saying
We .are not saying we will give you a $100
suit for $35 nor a $75 suit for $30, for we know
...I 1 - - ..... LT,
IT-' v-tu; 1.
. HLlUBltl. Ik.
" ' .r . ... ... .....L . .-.L . L
..'"of it& that we cannot move throuali the Re.
T!tp . r .
rana are inerciore onenng inem to you
k Vai mtm tint inrMSst sul n snv
WvJsT,sj VHS ivv sksw isu (vitfrw V kwu mi muj
We ue not savlr.2 we arc rloilncr nut Aur
ut year! ttock. "cle&rins the decki for new
buiinest" snd are "tivinz our tuitt awav at
tremendous loss. We know that the ml
live man will not want a sarment that ii nut
of style and shopworn even though he can get
We Aro Say ins
We are ssvina that WEKTON .STYl.F.
CLOTHES are manufactured in our own fac
tory out of the finest All Wool and Wonted
cloths, in the newest shades and tailored im.tn.
the-minute in ttyle for the man who likes the
spotty lit as well as lor one who
orders the comervauve model.
friTxiSp buyL"8 WEKT,N
31 1 Lb, LLUTHES means buy ins them
directly from the Manufacturer and laving for
yourself the Retailer's profit of 50 per cent.
We are laying thst every dollar you pay for
WEKTON STYLE CLOTHES it in tte r.
ment. Our Sales Rooms are on the stoop floor
of 81S Broadway, in the heart of the rnanufsc-
turtng uittrict, without any expensive decora,
tiont and without hish-oriced salesmen.
Weueuyuj thst in WEKTON STYLE
CLOTHES you are getting values thst will
bring you back to pre-war days. And we are
here to guarantee it, and to guarantee your
being satisfied. Our prices are: $20, $25, $30
ana , with no charge tor alterations,
Tnote who come to look remain to buy,
scar oui mis aaarcu, it wui tsve you
vtWEKTON STYLE CLOTHES
;, Maker of Men's and Young Men's Clothing
819 Broadway (near I2th Street), New York City
Uahosanjr, walnut and oak.
Formerly to S5IS.
Now As 0.7
$50,000 Stock of Very Finest
Rugs In Four Great Lots
Brussels, Velvets, Axminsters, Wilton Velvets, Royal Wiltons, Crex and Grass Rugs
Slightly damaged, hut In no way ailcctiny the wearing quality. NO EXCHANGES.
LOT I. Size 9x12
Formerly to $375
LOT II. Size 8.3X10.0
Formerly to $300
LOT III. 7.6X9; 6x9
Formerly to $175
LOT IV. 27X54 ; 30x72
Formerly to $60
, ,1, ,,,,, 1 L Jj III " 'H
LOT L10-PCE. DINING SUITES
main and rot UTH fuoohs Formerly Up to $3000.00
Slag-nlllcently deslsned'ln richosi rarioas aua mafleNow As S JflK
lit finest American walnut and rauhosany Low As
MAIN ANI FOURTH FLOOllS
TnplnHlticf o number at suruiLMlnU
sets In mahogany an4 Ameriean walnut (Low
Formerly Up to S1500.00
beautiful rerlodNow As X VCJ
MAIN AND I'OORTII FLOORP.
Great selection of rich Period deelini in oak. mhosanT(No A.
snd American walnut JCow As
Formerly Up to $1000.00
LOT IV. LOT V. LOT VI. b amLmm
1 t n v
In quarf, oval, round and daven
port shnpwi; maliog-any and oak.
I'onnerlr to 8150.
Now As Sf 1.75
Low As J. Jt
3-Pce. Overstuffed Suites
I Luxuriously upholstered wltli tooea oiishlons and covered
with lineal Imported tapestries, velours and damaska.
Aluo ovi'miurtod sums in e.duiuo icamcr .u ''
Now As O OH ail Formerly
Low As VZU'0V to $950
3-Pce. Cane Back Suites
Beautifully designed maho.auy frames, covered in ellk
velours, tapestries and danvifls; sunburnt plllons and
Now As trT A Jt Formerly
Low As Vd.' to725
3-Pce. Leather Suites
ovcrad In srenolns and Dupont leather trlth tnahoranyl
lUsvy oak framoi or tn&1iocar
finimhi arautno Dqpont leather.
Forsnerir to SOS.
LOT VII. 8-PCE. PERIOD BEDROOM SUITES
Formerly Up to $2500.00
Full site or twin beis. nude up In rich mnhog-snjr, Now As $9,7tZ
American or tiuri walnui ivory and French aiay. . . . J Low As t
I-u ' iZP
VIII. 8-PCE. PERIOD BEDROOM SUITES
Formerly Up to $1500.00
ne oi iw n beda shown m American walnut. I Now As $ 1 OT
i.ory or Frejich sray finish Low
LOT IX. 8-PCE. PERIOD BEDROOM SUITES
, Formerly Up to $900.00
sis oi twin beds, ln bnrl or American vmlnut. Now AtSOH
nnnn vr rrr -
DINING TABLE AND CHAIRS
An unusually largo selection of fine ncl !n Quen
Anne. Adum. Colonial and other 1'erlods, conwstlnc of
KaUnalori Tablu and Chair, lu rouich.
I T U R E
HARLEM STORE ONLY
3rd Ave. & 123rd St.
3-PCE. DAVENETTE SETS 9
79 'w sex ml
to 1125. A low HI
, I .... 1"
sW -it.ssst5-.-a-. - -Tiii- i iis-mri - mmm imtmmmm
Massive mahoganv and oak frames, uovrred in (onuln.
leather tapestry and tint quality Dupont leather.
Dattneltes, sparaU, forma rly