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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, April 03, 1908, Final Results Edition, Image 13

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Kitts Himself on Train hear
ing Home After 20000
Mile Trip to Orient
Gen Clarks Son Believed to
Have Been Victim of
Sudden Insanity
A uddn fit of landhnltn ts the only
e tif nsslsned today by relatives and
business atsodntes for the eulcldii of
I Emnous Clark son of the late Gen
Bmmons Clark who shot and killed
himself last night In the smoking car
of a Pullman on the Chicago Limited
near Jersey City just as he was making
the last lap of a MwOinlle Journey to
the Orient and bacK
We are unable to Uiroi any light on
Brruuonui death saM Mrs George II
Clark today Only yesterday w e re
calvod IcttRra from him Baying he would
rob New York today Not a word or
event a hint pointed to uclile The
letters found on him conveyed no death
threats Thev wore ctrtctly of a family
nature He r < xy > uited experiences of
his travel and anl 1e urged to be home
age He raid In wo1 hoer lots
more newV to lull us tvlnn lie got
hack It Is tlta ir st mvsterlim tr
curr nee I ever heard of
wrrl Kemp eui + of tho firm mem
bers for whom he trmPlled said Clanc
hud wen with ns fifteen rears Ho nay
a Bplendd lalesmon ablo and inttll
tuaj and his place can not bo rellllol
J I know his father the General well He
dd not enjoy rood health while In the
Kant Ho loft here with the srlp and
bas linen nlllnt slnoc I cant under
wttin1 It I know of no love or fimly
troubles which would affect hs mind
Aftir the train left Newark Mr ark
rranjod hh two luttcaoM stood up I
and had the porter brush hi1 clothes
and said
° doll were getting home
AA the train was entering Jrsy City
the porter opmiud tho door of n com
partment In tho amoKliiK room and
found the body Mr Clark had shut
himself through the head with a pUloi
which Inv beside him
Body Taken to Morgue
The body was taken to IJutfhpsi
morgue Itroy rirj and h tilted
through letters and hL namr end nd
dress No VK West find avenue on
his hi ini o
Ho lived them with his tirotlirrs and
two unmarried esters who were wait
Ing to welcome him when notified of
kin suicide Letters from him had all
been cheerful and mentioned the pres
ents ho was bringing back I
George H Clark ono of his brothers
went to the morgue In Jersey City and
arranged to have the body removed I
Kiiimona Clark was about fiftytwo
year old and up to a tow years ago
wa a member of the Seventh Regi I
ment of which his father waa a colo
nel He was a member of the New I
York AthUU Slub
Had Been Melancholy I
For twenty years he had been con
nected In a confidential capadlty with
the wholesale drug firm of Lanman u
Kemp at No 135 Water street for
whom he started to Japan on Dec 4 i
He was then suffering from grip and
I according to his diary was feeling very I
bum After etopplns at San Francisco
Honolulu Yokohama Toklo Hongkong
und Manila he returned to San Fran
cisco lie sent a telegram from there
March IS ainoundriR his return He
left Chicago Wednesday according to
i his diary
In the letter to his brother he said
lie did not expect to reach New York
alive George Clark said Ms brother
Emmon was subject to melancholia
I and three veirs ego attempted suicide
In the dead mans clothing were found
Hlxtynve British sovereigns 172 In
American money and several ohecks
Mr Clark was of Independent fortune
Ills father the late Gen Clark died
Attn S 1U and his son came Into a
share nf hM large Hate
lllllj Kktont Song Keel Hut Thl > It
1 a Lonesome TOIJTI wus no good that Kolb
I nnd mil the San Francisco to New Turk
I Lnutch takers named their show after It
I Its a great sung The Sunday World
nlll glee the word and music nest sun
du > with a comic lllu trmted rover In
color hawing Kolb and Dill In character
Dont fnrcet Neil Similar Order from
nrnoilrnlrr today Kdlllon limited
j Strini BJrtIh1ceJr
Mens 5prjng Shirts
Plain and puitcil bosom MI models
i l J lv 195 z 100
custTi Uteins and vnrknunsnip Jt J to
Spec aJ for Tomorrow
Plntii uj Sot Bo < um Shirts
t fl I > itl tiped efUMs coat itindils 11
Caiulvi Nigiu Shirts
surpCi ikvk liic triiniUd at
i l IAen 5 ODoves
in Kid Cape Reindeer ed er Vioclu and Chamois also Dents
and lownea makes for Street and Evening 11ear
Tomorrow an OjjerIng of
Cap leuher hives c
one clasp prix Sanl at Pair
flAI ivies WfllsltSM 16 and 18 Yrs
New Models Attractively Priced
While Sniped In n with c Ird collirs at 198
L C nlored Striped iJimiu II 295
I ratted Swis trimmd wilh he insertion an1 full abot of 450
Lace iuimpes tu be worn with Jumper Suits II 495
Masses and Claris Apparel
Exceptional Values for Saturday
MKses Tiilormade Suits Two New Models of fancy
serges silk UniiiKs plaited skirt deep fold H and Iii yrs 5 1975
Misses and girls Junior Suits Dressy Models
of Krev mixtures shawl or notcli collars trininicii witli
moire full plaited skirt deep fold 12 to 16 yrs 995
y I Girls Reefers navy red series shepJiera checks fancy mix
hires tjfieti silk lining inlaid silk collars
fancy buttons 6 to M yrs 895
Childrens Doublebreasted Coats
Of Rrey worsted materials
with pearl buttons inlaid moire collars 2 to < > yrs 395
Girls Low Neck Washable Dresses Of plain and
check Blnriiiiv and white lawn 6 to M yrs S J98 295
Boys Yoiaimg Mens CBotihiilmig
Boys Yoke Norfolk and Douple breasted Suits
with extra pair knirkerbocker trousers
fine grade worsteds and cheviots Value S12SO 9 7 s
Boys Sailor Suits wm extra pair bloomer tr6users
of all wool cheviots In gray and tan J
shades embroidered shield and collar Value J5650 v no
New and Exclusive Styles of
Boys Norfolk Derby Doublebreasted Sailor
Russian Suits the most des cable styles fabrics 5495 to 650
Boys Reefers and Top Coats
4 O1 HA im
of plain cloths fancy cheviots and worsteds at = to 14OU
Young Mens Suits exclusive styles of worsteds cheviots I
and velours in tan gray and brown shades blue serge
and unfinished fabrics 31 to 38 chest measure 1 I5II to 2 45u
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Grand Spring Offering
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In Our Basement Store
Genuine 500 Mens Shoes
In all the latest styles of Button Lace
and Blucher Patent Leather Gun Metal
I Calf Velour Calf Box
Calf and fine Black Kid q
I at 300
Mens 350 f
Oxfords at 250
In Patent Leather Russia Calf
i Gun Metal Calf and Black Kid in
all the new Spring shapes
Pumps Christy Ties Oxfords
i For Women
In Gun Metal Calf Patent Leather f 4e
II Kids and all the new shades of i =
brown Prices 50
I elsewhere 3S0 and 2 1 I
54 Our Price
i I
Womens Christy Ties and
I Oxfords
In Gun Metal Calf
I Patent Leather and pOO +
Russia Call at
800 pairs uf Womens Fine
Russia Gait Oxfords A and kyft
B widths former
I prtces3 and a4 v I
at a pair °
Shoes for Girls and Boys
Childs Russia Calf High Cut Button and Lace sizes o to toS200
M sses Russia Calf High Cut Lace sizes n t 2 250
Little Gents Russia Calf Lace sizes y to 2 200
Oh ids and Misses Black Kid Buttnr aml Lace fifes 6 to 2 125
Buys Satin Calf Lace sues 11 to 2 12 5 I s z rs 212 to s4 S 15O
boys Velour Calf Blucher Lace wercd soe us 2r us I 1 50
Hays 150 Black Kid Lace Shoes sizes 12 to 2 SI 00
Our Jersey customer can < < y W
cow come direct to our store V A1SL ALv Y 9 1
by the Hudson Tunnel
Stamped Shoe
Store Open Saturday on a
Evening Until 10 oClock Means Standard of Merit
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Morning World To Let Ads have
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horn 20tli Street to 22il Street I Carriage Entrance nn 21H Street
Ll13hlihcd rOIlY Years I
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Our Delivery Service in New Jersey Is the Most Complete of Any New Yon Store I
i Laster Apparel for Misses and Juniors
I The best styles and tubrics produced this > eiM > n are here for mis > es and girls Splendid assortments to select from and magnificent
I values ready for Friday and Saturday only a few of which are quoted below
Misses Jaunty SingleBreasted Cutaway Coat Suits Misses SuitsIn plain and fancy Panamas single or double
In shadow stripes and serges jacket lined with sellcolored talleta hrca > ted lined hroinjhout with satin collar and revers inserted with
full pleated skirts with sixinch Was fold sizes dlC pique full pleated skirt with liv inch bias fold < o
I 14 and 16 years Value 2975 special at 25 OrO sizes 14 and 10 years at 75
Junior Suit sIn mixtures and strips Girls Wash Dresses m Linen and Girls Dox COol t 5111 light and dark mix
omnium LHitdi neck model trimmed with ent
Jacket emifltted back Inlaid collar and cuffs of trimmed lull tures also plain colors lined throughout notch
II > I i colder others self very pleated
taffeta pleated Skirt with bias fold Skirts with deep hems sizes 6 to H velvet collar or plain Splendid value t
850 2 9t 6 50
I Sizes 12 to 16 years special at vfirt special it 4 tt t
Great Sale Saturday I Spring Suits and Overcoats I
100 Dozen Womens c1 100 I for Men and Youths atr795 j
Tailored Shirt Waists
I J Worth 1000 to S1500 I I
Value 185 each Adams Building J
The finest collection of Tailored Shirt Waists for women that A great offering just in lime for Iister brand new Suits and
we have ever assembled to sell for 5100 Even popular style and Overcoats for men of all ages end of every taste at prices that mean
all the new dainty fabrics are represented in this unusual ill crisis a saving of from S200 to SbOO from what you would regularly
The values are such that it will pay you to secure Waists enough to have to pay x
j last the season through The fabrics are cassimeres worsteds and serges in the newest r
I Waists of white madras desicns and colorings Tailored in splendid fashion All sizes
Waists of colored madraswide plaits from 30 to 44 chest measure Regular 1000 to 7 95
t SI500 Spring Suits and Overcoats J
Waists of blue chambrayplaits and patch pockets t
I Waists of white lawnwith narrow and wide plaits Snits in the Popular Browns f
j Waists of crossbar dimity We are showing a Very strong lhe of Sack Suits for men and t
Waists of white lawn with colored stripes J QQ youths in he popular shades of brown now so much in vogue
I v aists of striped gingham Handsome tailored garments in the newest Spring models at
Waists of white madras with colored stripes S 1000 SI200 Si350 500 SI800
i All made with long sleeves some with the tucked 1
tuck and others with the laundered collar and curls Men 200 to 300 Vests 165
l slue S 185 special at I Second Floor
+ 1 aists of white lawns with dainty colored stripes dot Nothing the matter with them except slightly soiled from handling
and squares front of solid bust tucking threequaiter t 5 > 100 The fabrics are strictly high grade either washable or cleanable such
i sleeves button back at j as silk and mercerize ejects linens piques and neat fancy effects r l
I Waists of white mulls and cotton voilesin colored all Spring patterns We consider them splendid values 1 I
i stripes and bar effects laundered collar and link cuffs at 1 i 48 at 200 to 300 choice at CplDJ
Boys 6 and 7 Suits at 500
i An Extraordinary Display of Bus doublebreasted and Norfolk Suits sizes S to 16 years all with Knick i
erbocker Trousers in fine blue serges and fancy mixtures well
i I nude and trimmed throughout Regular price 600 and 700 < t 5 fr
Easter Millinery special at J > 3 UU
i Boys Easier Clothes 300 I i
I Womens Untrimmed Hats A very special value for tomorrow A splendid collection of double
breasted Norlolk and Russian Blouse Suits also a great assortment of Easter
I Fancy Rough Jap Braid Hat = In all the newt t models and color novelty Reefers Garments similar to what you will find selling qy fr
I ings special at 95c 125 145 and up to 375 elsewhere at St50 to 5600 al < 4 > 3UU
Chip Braid HatsAt 95c 145 175 to 498 Boys 100 Blouses at 39c
A small lot of boys white and colored laundered and unlaundered Blouses
soiled from handline neckband or collar attached sizes 3 to 15
Trimmed ReadytoWear Hats I 39
100 Womens > 275 regular price 7c to 5100 special at C
value SV75 each special Saturday aWe t
We Give Very Special Attention to
HandILmbroidered Collars
ChIldren Trimmed Hats
I 4800 of Them at Half Price
and are showing many exclusive models from our own + + orkrooms
At 298 398 498 and up to 15 A most remarkable purchase of womens hand embroidered
I Collars enables us to make a sale at a price never before possible in
i Imported Cherries bunch 25 Rose Sprays15e 25c the history of this class of merchandise
I I Imported Daisies bunch 25c Imported Foliage 37C 48c Every collar we ofler is hand embroidered the product of the i
I best German embroideries their latest styles correct sha snewest
I Jesigns and up to date in every particular The sizes range from 12
I to I3yj inches There are about sixteen different patterns in some
I Latest Styles for faster in only a limited quantity of certain sizes so we advise our patrons i
I that an early selection is indispensable for the most advantageous
I Mens Furnishings choice
I Remember Standard qualities of hand embroidered Collars
never offered before for less than 5c to 75c each the en 25c
The New Spring Shirts lire lot of 4800 opals all at each C
i We are showing a splendid line of desirable beautifully made
1 correct uptodate readytowear Shirts in white and fancy printed
and woven madras embodying all the latest foreign and dol11e tic Boys UptoDate Clothing
II ideas 1 hev range in price from SI00 to S2 ° S each
Alsr a representation of the new Earl Wilson Shirts at ONeill Building
S25o and S350 each
1 Parents are invited to visit our new Boys Clothing Department
Special150 Shirts at 110 on the third floor of the ONeill Building We are showing the 11
I Special lot of the new pleated frnnl hand laun latest creations from the foremost maker of boys clothing in this q
dered cuffs attached Coat Shirts worth Sl5oCt tQ country The collection presents all the Easter models and newest t
I at shades of fabrics many of which have been made expressly for our t
store All are marked at popular prices
Doublebreasted Belt SuitsAges 8 to 17 years500 1550
Fancy Waistcoats at 250
ncy Norfolk Suits Ages 7 to 17 years650 to 1550
Beautifully tailored Waistcoats for men in new model cuts suitable Fancy Sailor SuitsAges 5 to to years S500 to S1050
for early Spring wear in a selection of new designs in Novelty Russian Suits Ages 2l2 to 7 yearsS500 to 1050 j
light weight flannels silk mixtures mercerized and CO 50 Reefers and Top Coats Ages 3 to 10 years S500 to S 1000
wash cottons very special values at p Wash SuitsAges 2K to to years5125 to 675
I Mens 100 Neckwear SOc Our Special Suit at X415
One hundred dozen high grade pure silk new Spring Scarfs at abso
lutely half value The silk is of a soft liBht weigh quality made Those who have secured one of our special Suits fully appre
ciate the exceptional values we are offering in these SI I C
up in the newest and best tying shape for the seasons collarsa
the foremost
We have procured from maker of Boys Clothing another hun
narrow tour folded FourinHaml in light shades 01 ecru dred Doublebreasted and Norfolk Suits with Knickerbocker Trousers which
color yellow etc shot with Nile hello and white bias 5 Oc would readily sell at 56 50 to 1000 Perfect fitting garments In 4 75
I ell cds best SlOO Scarfs at sizes 81o16years our price t
Mens Famous WL Douglas Oxford Ties198 I
I Adams i17gBasement
I Now is the time for men to take advantage of this 5000 Pairs of the choicest se
low price and get fitted with a pair of W L TPT lection of Mens WL Douglas 2 59 y
I Dou las Oxford Ties slightly factory damaged Shoes at r
I We have just opened a large shipment in which DO UGL AS They include russet patent colt calfskin and
the assortment of styles and range of sizes are v ici kid in both high and low Shoesall of these t
complete Ready as you read at SI98 per pair Douglas Shoes are termed factory damaged
The imperfections are so slight however that
SHOES they do not affect the appearance or wear of the
of Other
I And 1000 aIrs 0 1er shoes in the kist
Makes of Men 250 and t Q9
II 300 Lace Shoes at 4 U 198 and 259 r Hoys W L tou las Shoes 198
I The leathers in this lot include vici kid box and Oxford Ties J 1
calf velour calf and patent colt
Splendid Assortment of Shoes for Men at 295
We show a great line of mens Shoes that we have made under our own name and that would Iv coi Idiivd Cid talus it marked 400
Our system of small profit however enables us to offer them at S20S They are all perfect shoes made 01 Ivt materials and on the
most approved lasts Models here to please every one The leathers are tan Russia tan vici kid gun metal patent colt wax calf 295
und vici kid Blucher lace low lace and regular cut Oxfords Splendid Shoes at the price
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