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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, September 11, 1908, Final Results Edition, Image 11

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I r THE EVENING WORLD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1908 ifV 1
1 WAR VETERAN
SHOOTS NEPHEW
WITH OlD PISTOL
I Forgotten Cartridge Accident
I ally Discharged as Allen
Cleans Old Weapon
lmarnu Anew yea 4s urdl war
Tfltmo ztythrM yew old ran a
eoondhend hop it No IU West TMr
tJlcbth street Mainly he buidlu
furniture but he has other UHM rich
a 1 flrwjm and miuloal hurtruraanU
Upstairs over the stare 1 tree AlUrt
broth rlni WIUMn Hamr with I
tIt family
Th oldest of the litter etilhtrta I
Joietfi a bright fourteen y uM3ia bov
bM been In the haW of helptng hl
emote about the chop Today t2III old
man ejected to clean torn run and
rwrolY i that had come to him la t °
war at trade He told rounf Joe
Maiov to hand him a can of on that
tood on the floor behind the tad Aa
the youngster turned to obey a rutty
22callbra revolver which the mole held
In hta hand rent off For months and
possibly rears the ravDOsir empty
weed > an frail held a forgotten cartridge
The bullet entered Joti back and he
dropped on hli face tarcamlnff Th
snob relied the wounded lad In hit
arms and Ui rrlng under the weight
carried him outdoors to where he had a
oouch exposed for sale on the sidewalk
Here he laid the boy and bern call
hm for help In a voice that coon
brought hundreds about him
Sergt Kruger of the Blcyole Squad
wu one at the first to arrive Kruger
AW that the young llaxay wa rapidly
losing blood and beoomtnf onooniotoua
He commandeered a passing automo
bile put the victim In It and rushed
him to Roosevelt Hospital There It
wag stated that the boy wa In a seri
ous condition
A patrolman bearing the same namo
as the uncle Allen arrested the vet
eran and took him to the Welt Thirty
seventh street station The old man
wu overcome with grief at the acci
dent
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TWO MEN KlllfD ON
A RAILROAD TRACK i
Run Down in Jersey City by
a New Jersey Central
Train
Two workmen whose Identity the au
thorities are trying to establish war
struck and killed early today by a
passenger train of the Central Rail
road of New Jarny at the 7orait
street oroeilrrg Jersey City Tb men
were walking On track and apparently
became contused at the approach of the
train They were both hurled a con
siderable distance
Then U nothing in tbefcr etotbfeig to
lead to their Identity and both bodlM
ware removed to the Monroe One of
the men waa about fiftyart yean of
age and the other about twenty The
older man Is tatooed
YACHT CEYLON BURNED
American Dalit ott Destroyed In
British Water
SOUTHAMPTON England Bop 11
The American built axooneryaoht Cay
Ion hea been burned to the water edge
off GL Catherine Point The owner
Capt R V Netter of Colombo and
the craw left la boats and were later
picked up by a tug The hulk hat been
towed In to Ventnor Tale of Wight
The Ceylon was built at Shooter
Island New York and waa cruising in
the Channel when abe caught afire
KlllfD BY FALL IN
SHAFT AT MUSEUM
Telephone Operator at Natural
History Institution Victim
of Misstep
Men
Chorlas Ments fortyfive years old of
No SOil Amsterdam avenue a telephone
operator In the Museum of Natural
History sustained mortal Injuries this
morning by falling down the elevator
shaft of the building and landing stop
of the elevator He died several hours
later In Roosevelt Hospital
Menti who was substituting for an
other man on the night trick left his
deck at 4 oclock to go to the baaement
Fifteen minutes later a watchman heard
his cries for help
It Li thought he want through an ele
vator door by mistake and fell to the
top of the oar
lTGELDS ADVISER IN FIGHT
Jaeph IL Martin Chteasr Poll
tiolau Itabi Opponent
CHICAGO Sept 11 Former City
Collector Joseph S Martin for many
years a leading Democratic politician
and adviser of the latt Gov Altgeld
was arrested last night after a desperate
encounter with Peter
perate McLeod a
contractor In which MoLeod was
etabbed twice and Martin was severely
injured The fight took place before
the Martin and McLeod homes Nos
ISO and 112 North State street
UoLeod was removed to the Fasta
vaat Hospital aufferlng from wound
in his right breast and one In the right
arm Martin was taken to the Alexlan
Brothers Hospital His nose wag
broken and ha was otherwise badly
hurt The men had quarrelled over
money alleged to bo due Martin for
whom McLeod had acted as real estate
agent
DIES AITfR MOVING
GREAT PAINTING I
HOME Sept llProf Ludovlco
Belli dlreotor of the Vatican plttture
galleries died suddenly at Albano early
tOday The Professor wee engaged
until a late hour yesterday afternoon In
uperlntendlim the transportation of
Raphael masterpiece The TraMflgu
ration from the old gallery to a much
more advantageous position In the new
Vatican galleries
After this had been accomplished ho
repaired to Albano where his family Is i
pending the summer This morning the
news of his death was received I
The Pope has expressed his deep sor I
row I
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FOR PIMPLES TOO I
New Discover Care Eoemat and
Uradletei Minor Skin
Trouble Overnight
A taw month ago the dispensers or
potlam till new discovery for the mire
of eottnu decided to allow the drugittts
of the country to handle It Previous to
that time It ooold only be obtslned dluit
from the laboratories
Since thli > change In the method of dis
tribution poilam has met with the most
phenomenal < nicctsa of anything Intro
duced to the drug trade In the lilt 70
I years All lending druggists Including
I niXert and HerMnans In New York and
Brooklyn are now carrying the ipeotal 60
cent Itt recently adopted also the 1 jar
This great success Is not surprising when
It It remembered that In eoionu caiii
poltm stop the Itehlni with nut appli
cation proceeds to htl Immediately and
curt chronic cues In a few weeks In
I minor skin troubles such as plmplei
i blackheads acne herpes blotohts rash
i etc results haw after In orernlght sppll
I cation Experimental samples of potlam
are MM to any one by mall tree of chars
I by the Emergency Laboratories 82 Weot
Twentyfifth Street New York City
eaks OJflotptmij a1ut 8 Qtnmpnuy I
Broadway at 34th Street Broadway at 34th Street
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There are striking innovations in our Suits for Young Men 30 Sites to J6 I
Fall Apparel for Men 10 to 25 > I
We have carefully avoided all semblance of I I loud i
The virile strength of the designer who or extreme features that border upon the objectionable
jectionable In our efforts to secure those distinctive
himself whose efforts
is sure 01 are
well calculated to reach the goal of tinctive effects that young men Insist upon good I
taste and good judgment are always given play
distinctiveness is plainly apparent In
1 The new models are shown In a full range I
the most modestly priced nt
even o y garment
of approved fabrics and a great many
of our production color effects In stripes of various designs
Because our craftsmen have been
trained with scrupulous care and their Fall Clothes for Boys
talents nurtured and encouraged their
each A most liberal assortment of entirely new designs affording
efforts distinguished
e or t sore new
choice of more models more patterns and colorings than we
the creation of novelties
season by have ever before presented at the beginning of a new season
always in good taste but in every
sense novelties Suits and Topcoats for Boys 5 to J675
Our nee models in Suits and Top A Special Feature
coats are now presented Fancy Suits with two pairs of knicker
bockers In worsteds cheviots and
15 to 45 cassimeres the new mannish models
Ready for immediate service At 500 real value 650
At 675 real value 850
tif At 775 real value 950
Suits Coats Dresses
for Girls and Misses Shoes for Boys Girls I
Designed for Fall and Winter Wear For School or Dress Wear
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An impressive showing which presents many Every pair constructed upon the special I
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Tailored Suits for Misses
Button or lace models In patent tan or black calfskin
M to 18 years 33 to 36 bust with I
wave or regular tops
Of plain or fancy weave cheviot Special j Sizu 6 to 8 8tf to U Iiy4 to 2 2tf to 5
or plain or striped broadcloth Value 1 150 200 250 300 i
1975 2500 2950 and 3500 Button models In calfskin or kidskin
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Special Sizes 6 to 8 8i toil UM to 2 2M to 5M
Tailored Suits for Girls Value t 125 150 200 250 I
13 to 16 yean shoe top skirts Boys patent gun metal calf or kidskin Shoes
Of ted plain or plain or fancy or striped cheviot broadcloth or wors Value Special 1 J 200 250 300 350 450
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1750 2500 and 2950
Hosiery for Boys Girls i
Wool Dresses for Girls Made of durable black cotton with linen knee heel 3 pairs
and toeone and one ribbed In medium or light weight t or
6 to M years sizes 6 to 10 Special j 69C
Of panhma serge challie or broadcloth
panama
Colored Negligee Blouses for Boys
750 975 1250 and 1500 Of fine Scotch madras laundered collars and ncck1
bands Manufacturers sample lots also plain white 59C
blouses Value S 100
Special
Top Coats for Girls
COMPLETE LINES YOUTHS AND BOYS UNDER
6 to 14 years WEAR GLOVES HOSIERY SHIRTS SWEATERS
Of fancy mixtures or in plain colors AND SWEATER COATS NECKWEAR BELTS
BATH ROBES NIGHT ROBES AND PAJAMAS
lined throughout at 690 and 975
Fall Hats for Children
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY A largo variety of Boys and Girls Hats In felt cloth velvet I
Tailored Suits for Misses or beaver in all the new models Jock Tars Middies Sailors
14 to IS yean Napoleons Scotch Caps and Bobby Hats 100 to 895
Of fency mixtures or plain broadcloth In navy
brown green or black navY14 00 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Tailored Suits for Juniors School Hats for Boys Girls
13 to 16 years x Of fine felts In red navy brown or gray i
Of fancy mixtures or striped cloth In navy The models Racket Hats Rough Riders 195
brown green or smoke Shoetop skirts J 11 Oft Middles Sailors and Sombrero Hats J
I Wool School Dresses A complete line of Youths and Boys Telescope I
For Glrli 6 to 14 years Felt Hats la all the naw colors
I Regulation Sailor Suits In navy or black 395 495 5150 up to 250
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LAST DAY SATURDAY
a Of The Extraordinary Sale of High Grade Mens Clothing StocK of I
Bon wit Harris lU Co Broadway and
Fifth Avenue Corner 21st Street
Decisive and Sensational Clearance and Climax
BRINGING THE GREAT SALE TO AN END WITH
PRICES EVEN LOWER THAN 50c on the DOLLAR
The most astounding price cutting of tine cloth
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t C ing ever known greater bargains than ever before
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t rat fore greater opportunities than ever before
Every line of this announcement vibrates with news that should
t f speed you Ito THE 14TH STREET STORE TOMORROW Every
° preparation has been made to take care of an immense volume of
r a business
i yep
Y i DETAILS IN BRIEF PICK OUT
p V t I
a i WHAT YOU WANTBUT HURRY
About 39 Bonwit Harris Cos Mens 4 Bonwit Harris Cos Mens 100 Fur
1t j 10 Suits Clearing Lined Overcoats Clearing
7 4a 75
I at P at e
About 72 Bonwit Harris < < Cos Mens 4 Bonwlt Harris < < Cos Mens 150 Fur
15 Suits Raincoats and Over Lined Overcoats Clearing
< f
t coals aU sizes Clearing rf nt C7r I 00
700
at Bonwit Harris < < Cos Mens 200 Fur
M About 65 Bonwlt Harris < < Cos Mans Lined
Overcoats Clear
r r 18 and 20 Suits Raincoats and Fall or Ingat 1 OO 00
+ Winter Overcoats Clear
J t geOO 1 Bonwit Harris < < Cos Men s 300 Fur
ing at
f About 47 Bonwit Harris Cos Mens Lined Overcoat Clear 150 00
Ingot
25 Suits ravenettes and Pall or
Winter Overcoats Clear q About 45 Bonwit Harris < < Cos Mens
ing at i 1250 35 to 40 Prince Albert Coats and
About 62 Bonwit Harris < < Cos Mens Vests Cutaway Suits Tuxedo Suits
30 Suits Raincoats and Fall Fall Dress Suits Clear 1C rf
18
J or Winter Overcoats Ing at 4 > 10UU
I Clearing at 1500 About 115 Pairs Bonwit Harris
i I Bonwit Harris < < Cos Mens 50 Fur Cos Mens 4 Trousers fine
a Lined Overcoats Clearing COT AA worsteds In all sizes ry
25 00 ie0o
i at eP Clearing at
fIJ Also These Stirring Clearances of Boys Garments
11 J from the StocK of Bonwit Harris Co
About 162 Bonwit Harris < < Cos About 145 pairs Bonwit Harris < < Cos
f at Buys 400 Suits Clearing rt 195 BoysIOO Trousers Clearing Knickerbocker at 5 0 C
4t About 100 Bonwit Harris < < Cos About 24 Dozen Bonwit Harris < < Cos
y p Boys8 00 Suits Clearing rt Q ff Boys SOc Eton or Golf Caps
nlBuys 7 375 Clearing at 25c
About 50 doz Bonwit Harris < < Cos Boys About 76 Bonwit Harris < < Cos Mens
100 Star Blouse Waists 400 Derby or Solt Hats
50c 2 00
Clearing at l Clearing at 4Y
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EXTRA And in Addition Saturday
486 Mens Silk Lined Fall Suits in a Very Ex 1375
traordinary Special Sale at 4 S
Made from the Choicest of Handsome Worsteds
Values Range from X20 to 2350
BSOLUIKLY the lines t Suits ever otlered underprice This announcement coming at this time is certain to create
A great interest fur at no time anywhere before have Pall and Winter Suits of such striking stylishness and beauty
of workmanship ever been offered at anything like 1375 All wool guaranteed pure silk Skinner linings Sewed
throughout with pure dye silk
In the popular BROWNS MODES GRAS WORSTEDS BLACK THIBETS BLACK UNFINISHED WOR
STEDS BLUE SERGES and BLACK CLAY DIAGONALS If you know the richness of these fabrics no more need be
said about them Handmade by journeyman tailors Sizes 34 to 44
Also 55 Silk lined Fan Top Coats and 13 75
also Winter Overcoats at the Same Price m tIJ
In Herringbone Cheviots Fancy Gray Mixed Fabrics and Black Thibet Silk faced to edge The demand ought
to exceed the unMv twice Over TILE imi sruEtrr sroun Third noor
A PERFECT HARVEST OF FINE BARGAINS IN MENS SUPERIOR FURN
ISHINGS FROM THE STOCK OF SONWIT HARRIS CO AT PRICES J
THAT WILL MAKE PURSES LEAP OPEN WITH EAGERNESS
3 Mens Negligee Shirts 150 98c Mens Underwear 49c 25c liens Socks 12c
4 Blanket and Terry Bath S2 Mens Negligee Shirts 100 5c Men Hlk Scans 15c
Robes 198 150 Biers Pajamas 89c
50c Mens Half Hose 25c
SI Mens Silk Scarfs SOc 2 Alens Canes 100
Menus
SOc Silk Handkerchiefs 2Sc
C I am erch e s C
1 bleu s Negligee Shirts SOc 5 Alens Umbr 1 as 250
7Sc Mens Muslin Night o9c Mens Suspenders 25c j2 Mens Wool Underwear 98c i
Shirts 49c 51 Mens Belts 25c
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