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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, May 28, 1908, Final Results Edition, Image 4

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THE EVENING WORILD THURSDAY MAY 26 19Oe
r TWO POLICEMEN
i SAVE A WOMANS
LIFE Bf FIRST AID
They Find Miss Ida Hetzer
j Overcome by Gas but
Revive Her
Through the peculiar perversity of in
ntmate thlnes Mils Ida Metier R
wealthy woman of Wllllamsburg near
f ly loat her lire today through Baa
eJ anlng If she recoversand she
probably will she will have to thank I
trc policemen who had stvdled the
Ant aid Instructions In their book of
f ruin until they know them by heart
Hits Metier who Is thlrt four years
old make her home with Mrs Roche
a floto friend In a handsome brown
tone house at No ItH Heap street
0 She owns conMerable property In
Brooklyn With rer brother an officer
of German cavalry sho Is joint owner
la a largo estate In Prussia At Mr
t Rochehe occupies x suite on the
efond floor I
Today a servant passing throes s i
hallway smelled gas and traced It to I
Wits Hetjers apartments The girl ran I
to the sidewalk and called Toomey nnd
i Mfhnk patrolmen of the Clynicr street
station
i The policemen hurled Into the house I
and broke down the door The room
I was full of ess Miss Hetzer In her I
night garb lay on the floor where she j
l iad evidently dropped as KI attempted
almost overcome to reach the door In I
fulling + he had struck her face against
a table and the nose win broken I
I The woman apparently was dead DUI
the policemen forced the contents ofo I
bottle of selzer down her throat and
removing their coats and collar they I
began applying artificial respiration
When Dr Barnes arrived from the
l Zafctern District Hospital with an am
r fculanrc the policemen were as wet
1 irlta sweat as though hey had been j
dragged In the river but Miss Hetzeri
t was beginning to breathe regularly j
> and the congestion was leaving her
face The surgeon laId the exhausted
t cop that the woman would likely live
s a result of their Intelligent and ener
getic treatment
t k Examination of the room showed how
the gsa probably escaped Swinging
from a Jet by a ribbon was a glided
brseshoo This ribbon hud become
v tightly kinked It H believed Some Jar
iI or touch started It last nlxht to un
l twisting A3 the ribbon unwound It
t opened the gas Jet I
Teats which the policemen made with
the horseshoe and Its fastenings show
ed that the cock of the Ks fixture
e could be opened cr closed In this man
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r DANK OF ENGLAND
DISCOUNT RATE CUT
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LONDON May SAs anticipated
l the rate of discount of the Bank of
I England was reduced today from 3
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to 212 per cent The authorities had
i bet malntMnlnu the rate at 3 per cent
owing to the absorption of gold by
France and Germany but the London
monetary position had become so easy
with funds at 1 14 per cent and dls
l counts nt 1 14 per cent below the
bank rate that the authorities had
1 little choice but to give the trade of
the country the benefit of the lower
rate an well as bring the minimum
i rate nearer the market discount level
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6000 NECKLACE
VANISHES WHILE
SHE IS BATHING
Mrs Martin Has an Express
man Who Came for a
Trunk Arrested I
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The disappearance of a JAOOO necklace
from a chiffonier In the home of Mrs
Mary Martin of No 332 nest Seventy
first street yesterday afternoon has
Inspector MoOfferty and half a dozen
0 of his sleuth running around In cir
clet and uttering loud erie Robert
Davidson a driver for the New York
Transfer Company was arraigned In
West Side Police Court today charged
with stealing the necklace but Meuts
Bruekman and McOowan admitted that
the only evidence agnlrst him was that
of a negro maid who was on the Spot
when the necklace disappeared
Mrs Martin a stylish young woman
and the maid Ada Smith drove down
to Headquarters In a cab today and
talked long with Inspector McCnfTrty
Mrs Martin said she wag separated
from her husband whose name she
refused to reveal and that she own i
the house she lives In
Mrs Martins story Is that 113 sent
to the New York Transfer Company I
yesterday afternoon for a mar to take
a trunk to the West Shore Railroad
station She was In the bnthroom at
flsn oowk In the evening when her I
maid reported that the ext > re > man
had arrived for the trunk which was
In her sleeping apartment
The expressman was Davidson who
has been working for the New York
Transfer Company five year He was
admitted to the house by the maid who I
pointed not the trunk to him There
Is no dispute about the fact that I
Davidson took away the trunk
Fiefore going to the hath Mrs Martin
placed her 10000 necklace containing i
eightyfour pearli and her 1000 dia
mond ring on the chiffonier Half an
hour after the departure of the ex
pressman she found that the necklace
Head
wan missing She telephoned to
quarters stating that the expressman
must have stolen It and Davidson was
arrested while attending to his work
four hours later
Ada Smith the maid admits that she
let Davidson Into the home escorted
him to Mrs Martin room and poInted
out the trunk to him She say she did
not remain In the room whll Davidson
picked up the trunk and did not see
him until hg wan on his wa down the
stairs with It Davidson declare that
the mid wa at his elbow ev ry second
of the time he was In the house I
I havent the slight suspicion
about Ada declared Mr Ifartln to
Inspector McCafferty I have every
confidence In her
I uoDose shthu been with you a
long time suggested the Inspector
Six day replied Mr Martin But
I know she Is honest
Ada Smith lit married ire husband
lives at No 338 West Sixtyninth street
FELL DEAD WAITING
NEWS OF SICK WIFE
Alderman Jahns Death Kept
From Mrs Jahn in
Hospital
Mrs Urnest lihn wife of the forme
member of the Board of Aldermen who
Is In ntishwlclc Hospital Brooklyn af
ter a severe operation will not be told
today that her husband did suddenly j
yesterday afternoon while wafting at
the hospital to hear news from the
operating room for ftar the shock will
kill her
Mr Jahn and hla son were In an out
able room while the operation was be
ing performed Mr Jahn1 was excited
and the looters were ready to go to him I
and tell him of the successful outcome
of their work when he suddenly pitched I
forward and fell tn the floor strlkln
Ills had He was vnrly Injured but
the doctors are of the opinion that hat
suffered a stitoka of apoplexy I
Mr Jahn was active in Republican
politics In nrr > oklyn and served In the I
ioard of Aldermen In 1SSI lie lived at I
So 97 Den street
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Mens Summer Furnishings
COMPLETE NEW STOCKS OF SUMMER NECKWEAR HOSIERY
UNDERWEAR NEGLIGEE SHIRTS SILK AND FLANNEL SHIRTS
PAJAMAS BATHING SUITS BEACH AND BATH ROBES
STEAMER RUGS TRAVELLING BAGS SUIT CASES ETC
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS coat style Cuffs attached 150 200
SILK NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 400 500
NECKWEAR Imported silks newest shapes 100 150 I
ENGLISH KNITTED GOLF SCARFS plain color 200
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PAJAMAS fine Summr materials ii50 to 1000
ENGLISH TERRY BATH ROBES Regularly 1200 700
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COTTON CHAMOIS GLOVES I clasp pair 75 I
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U 42nd St at Eighth Av
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Three Extraordinary
l Decoration Day Specials In
1 it Mens Summer Suits
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Suits that will make you proud ot your
appearancethat will dress you correctly
and becomingly1 Suit that are by tar
7 the greatest values ot New York City
y S di Sale of 500 Blue 11 50
Serge suits al
Ien who know Vogel Brothers Clothes will
V realize the vast Importance ot this sale At
their regular prlceUrthey equalled the S18
II l and 20 Serge Suits old all over town At their
I reduced price Othe value IB nothing
k abort of marvellous The styles are the very
newestthe new 2button long roll model like
Illustration and the new long roll 3button
ii model Fabric styling tailoring and fit can
f if all be depended upon The greatest of all
I t t Serge Suit offerings at ji60 I
20 Black and Blue 50
f z rVt Serge Suits Special 1650
3 If this business did not have facilities and re
S sources far greater Ulan moat clothing store you
could never In the wide world buy such Serge
l Suits at tlt50 In fact there are few store that
j can equal them at frO The fabric la tough and
wiry although soft to the touch We guarantee It
l not to fade In sun or rain or to wear shiny
i Decoration Numerous models are ahown right up to the mIn
u1 in tailored
style faultlessly on conservative
I or
i Day Needs radical line A wonderful value at 11660
1 I special The new at straw illo hat The New Brown Ii Gray S1
+ The new tan ngll JL9
Summer Suits
gre ahlrn coat Special i
I itye cuff attached To say they are worth S > 0 Is putting a very con
special 11S servative estimate upon them The whole town
I Narrow tourin does not afford an equally good value Th show
hinds In all the new Ing Includes of
every type garment sanctioned IW
2Jc sold colon special good style constructed aa lightly ai possible u
Low hoes In tan I curing great comfort Here you will find teaut
Russia call special ful thin worsteds in every abide of gray and the
at i5 I latest lightweight velouw In tonea of brown olive
and tan Suit for all men of every size lulu
that you will be proud to wear Sped at U3
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Tomorrow Friday
Exceptional Values in Womens and Mens
Imported IHosfiery
Won ns Lisle Thread Hose in tans and black
also Plain Black Cotton Hose extra quality Pr 25c i Doz 340
Womens Fine Mercerized Black Gauze
Lisle Thread Hose plain or white tipped Pr 35c i Doz 195
Womens Lisle Thread Hose in tans white pink
skyetcwith hand embroidered insteps also
Ingrain Black Brilliant Lisle very she r Pair 39c i Doz 225
Mens Fancy Lisle Thread Half Hose extra I
quality clocked or hand embroidered fronts Pr 35c 1 Doz 200
Mens Airn1shangs
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Greatly Below Regular Prices I
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS EXCELLENT QUALITY MADRAS
AND PERCALES In stripes Mid figures also plain white i 00
plaited and plain bosoms coat models cuffs attached or detached J
Value Si50
PAJAMAS OF WHITE LIGHT WEIGHT FABRIC Tl 45
surplice neck colored trimmings Value 225 A
Misses and OfrrlU Appareil
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At Extraordinary Reductions
Remainder of
Misses Junior Suits 850 11250 1850
Formerly 1350 to 4250
Girls Reefers 295 495
Formerly S65o to toSo
Childrens Coats 295
Formerly 575 to 895
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Boys Childrens Clothing
Very Special Offerings
Norfolk and Doublebreasted Suits Gray Mixtures IS en
with two pair Knickerbocker trousers Values up to 750
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Boys Reefers of Fancy Worsteds 5375 4 QC I 5 95 I
and Cheviots Former Prices 195 to 75S I I
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Boys Top Coats i i
1545
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of fancy Mixtures It to 17 yrs Foormerly S9S i
Sailor and Russian Suits E
37
in All Wool Gray an1 Tan Fancy Mixtures Values up to S59S 5
Complete Showing of
Straw Washable and Cloth Headwear I
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West Twentythird Street
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i The Best 5350
Shoe in the World I
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W L Douglas makes and sells I
more mens 350 shoes than any
other manufacturer because they
hold their shape fit better and wear
longer than any other 350 shoe
W L DOUGLAS 400 GILT EDGE SHOES CANNOT Anrf pa1CetJ E
W La Douglas Boys Shmos 1 75 and 200
Fnt Color EtItts Used ElolU1hel Catalog Free W L DOUGLAS BROCKTON MASS
W DOUGLAS SHOE STORES IN GREATER NEW YORK
433 Broadway cor Howard 356 Sixth Ave cor 22d St
755 Broadway cor 8th St BROOKLYN NY j
853 Broadway cor 14th St 708710 I
1349 Broadway cor 36th St 1367 Broadway Broadway corGatesAv I
14471449 Broadway 421 Fulton Street cor Pearl
2202 Third Ave cor 120th 478 Fifth Avenue
984 Third Ave near 59th
2779 Third Avenue JERSEY CITY 18 Newark
250 Welt 125th Street Avenue
345 Eighth Avenue NEWARK785 Broad St
f 5 Nauau Street PATERSON192 Market Stt
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About the only guessing feature there is to a World For Sale Ad
Its Who will get the bargain by getting there first
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This store will be closed
and
Rita Saturday May 30th A i
Company Memorial Day A
Dry Goods
Note the About I
ARROW SALE OneThird
Prices to OneHalf Be
1 low Regular Prices
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Tomorrow The ARROW SALE
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The fifth Arrow Sale will begin tomorrow morning look for the green cards
displayed throughout the store These sales have scored a tremendous successand
little wonder Here again tomorrow we resent a collection of fresh seasonable
all told remarkably priced about
merchandise offerings onethird and in some I
cases even onehalf Uss than the regular selling prices It will be wise to come early I
because in several instances quantities are not sufficiently large to last throughout the day
Get the Arrow Sale booklet of the 157 offerings as you enter the store tomor
row morningit tells you what goods are on sale in what part of the store they are on
sale what the regular selling prices are and what the Arrow Sale prices are
The arrow on the cards points straight at the Arrow Sale offer The cards are
greenyou cant miss them And in many instances one dollar will do what two
would ordinarily do Get the booklet early We cannot promise to fill mail orders on
t goods A very few of the items follow
Main Floor Second Floor
65c White Gloves at 39c 1850 Traveling Coats at 1250
Suede lisle gloves in 14button roouquetaire length Sniped and check tweed and covert coats for steanwf
and motoring wear in smartly tailored model
200 Black Taffetas at 135 250 Lingerie Waists at 150
silk ard wide for dresses SUIt
Brilliant Yard d
imported 3 charming models
eleborefely lace sad imartic
and wraps tnmmedj trimmed sleeves and beck
550 ReadylOWear Hats at 300
An esortmem of becomingly designed hats in correct Misses 1650 and 1850 Suits at 1100
Spring shapes and colors tailored and semtdreu style Fine stripes checks matures and rwcdq yowkoL
becoming model finely tailored
1000 Ostrich Plumes at 650
flue 975 to 1500 Trimmed Millinery at650
BUckind delicate colorings full I eavy
Charming eahonl that embody the eleverett 1tyU
idea of Paris strikingly effective models for ttfMt
150 to 350 Yd Dress Trimmings 100 diess and carnage wear
Remnants of exquisite imported trimmings in lengths
011 to 2 yards fashionable effects and color com Womens 400 Shoes at 200
binations Ores and walking shoes of patent learner end blftflfc
Ruitia calf lace and burton Myte C tm bealA
50c to 150 Doz Yds Laces at 35c 55e welted sole and the fashionable narrow tea
and 95c
French and German Vilenciennei edges and insertions 200 Nightgowns at 135
in selected designs for dresses end lingerie Ntiniook gown trimmed with embroidrjr or tees
95c to 150 Net at 50c and 95c 650 to 750 Silk Petticoats at 4J5
Of splendtdlyweanng taffetas in black sad eoWr
Klein and
figured effect
Filet and Brussels net in width finished with sectional or accordion platted 8omce
white and cream all double
Boys 95c Washable Trousers at 65c
750 Lingerie Robes at 425 Bloomrr and knickerbocker styles of tan linen and
White embroidery robes unmade in a variety of white duck 3 to 16 yrs
attractive designs
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450 Marabout Stoles at 300 Third Floor
stoics in black brown and fawn 80 in long
Imported 975 Axminster Rugs at 650 nl
Soft Orients elects seamless 4 ft 6 in x 6 ft 6 in
275 Guimpes at 185
White lawn guimpes charmingly lace trimmed 35e Japanese Matting at 22e a Yd
Complete line of cotton warp all designs and color
2000 to 2500 Mesh Bags at 1250
German silver and gilt mesh bail with 5 and 6 in 1200 Portieres at 800 I
frames in pierced etched and fancy designs very fine Scotch weave fancy edging in belt shade of red
lined with
shirred silk
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ring mesh prettily s Irr 1114 green brown J
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300 Imported Novelty Parasols at 195 1200 to 1400 Lace Curtains at 850
Striking designs in ciel heliotrope and pink with fancy White Arabian lace on heavy cable French nets I
sticks to match splendid styles
Mens 350 Pajamas at 195 295 Work Baskets at 150
broche in Of fancy braid and raffia lined with delicate shades
Gros Roman figured a faultlessly mad
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of fine wtin
military model 1J
Mens 200 and 250 Summer Shirts Fourth Floor
at 125
9500 Brass Beds at 6300
Of imported madras and American percale in while
end new Spring co ors coat medal negligee and Exclusive pattern 2 in camel back heavy tee ben
plaited bosom panel style CM brass ornaments
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Away for Over Memorial
Going Day r
Maybe this partial list of the things you may need will put you in mind of them And
be assured that no matter what you may needno matter what you are prepared to I j
expend for itthis is the store which affords se profitable election You may be I
sure of quality M dlum prlccd goods predominate throughout
For Women For Women For Men
Shirtwaists 125 to 5000 Smelling Salt 20c to 280 Half Hose Ukcto aII
Washable Skirts 250 to 2200 Bridge Whist Seta 65c to 870 Paama 100 to IBOt L
Lingerie Dresses 600 to 10000 Hosiery 23c to 350 Pongee Bath
White Serge Pique Ascot Robe 310 to 1009 ii
Suits II51 to 6000 Stocks Aact 28c to SOc Nightshirt SOc to 1080 I
PC njrce Coats 1500 to 5000 Buster Brown Btltt 80c to 100
Lace Coats 1250 to 17500 Collars 12e to 105 Chamois Gloves 100 and 150 i
Dressing Sacques SOc to 250 Hat Pins lOc to 1000 Lisle Gloves 73c
Chamois llnves 100 to 243 Back Comb 2Be to 2500 Linen Initial
Kid Gloves 100 to 500 Mesh Bag 175 to BOO Handkerchiefs 12UC to DOe I
Silk Gloves SOcto 300 3Yard Chiffon Umbrellas I00to300 j
Lisle Oloves 2Sc to 175 Veils SOc to 250 Walking Sticks lOOto 1500
Parasols 130 to 3000 Lace Veils 75c to 695 For Men and Women
Umbrellas 100 to 3000 Whit Canvas
Bathing Suit 350 to 1500 Pumps 300 and 100 Traveling Bag 500 to 2250
Sweaters 250 to 875 White Canvas Suit Cases 171te 5819
Fltte4 Auto ClUl i71 te 6500
Safety Jewel Gibson Tie 250
Pockets 20c to 3i7S Steamer Rug 56B old ut
Linen Hanchlels 6 for 65c For Men Drinking Cup SOe to Las
Ion Toilet Case goat 430
Complexion
Cream 50c to 200 shim IOOto 400 Flasks 40eto AM
Powder Books 15c to SOc Scarf JScto 225 Thermo Bottle 375 19 rOO
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6th Ave 18th to 19th Sfa Greenhut Company 6th Aw istk to iwh at
Start formrry occupied by B Akwaa Ca
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