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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1011.
MR ,F RENCH SAYS t AMERICAN WOMEN 0 tr 1 LACK CULTURE Selfish Fifth Avenue Type "An Encumbrance Upon the i Earth," She Declares. TOUT AND USH ROUGE. America tiefoee leaving Mlnnaapolri la take Bp hr NMiM III RnflMMl Htl views on the tuperlorH) of Hngilati life a. given, i p iMIeued In the Dally Mirror. I RUNNING FROM HARD LABOR (PRISONER IS SHOT BY KEEPER Every liiTort Making to Savs l ife of Robert Anderson on Black well's blind. n irl Anderson, a negro r,rt,,ner, who Hied to escape from Rlk.r'l island, wna rrpoited to-day as recovering from bullet wound In Ml Homh at the penitentiary t. . .: 1 on It neli well's III and. Anderson ... shot hr DeBhll l.vnrh. a keep.r In charge of n gnnr f prisoner, doing m.sd work on thn Inland WlUtey morning. According lo Acting Mead Keaper Hrrrv Nhrrldnn, Atlderf III bad 'tied lo escape i.efore. He wa. nsklng iff In Lynoh ENDED HIS LIFE SIX HOURS AFTER :! Inat HO wn to come In for Mwri reprimand, of his frlendi to) lit hod frequently mentioned fill BtfB hrm-nt f.,r a y 'ing woman In I AH Angeles, where nil father on I brothers 11 .. I SHOT DEAD ON STREET. tJ llnti.llt. l lro Klse Ilnllet. In IIMMOJO MaOOBBtOf nt White rttitafji Average Woman Here, Ignor ant of Art and Music, Can Converse Only About Cook. IjONTOV, Oct. 18. Peerylng Amerlrsn tinw and finding on Arcadian elm plloltr In the opportunity In England t Otiy bread tl pfst-nrnce end I" Hr bicycle, at a rnkrr'., Mn. Anne Harrier Fienrh. the writer, ears the Ba found out how to live an Idyllic lite On a snodeat income. Mat bee BO eet lled down In a poractshlre village. "I think women t homo In New York," ihe sajs, "who think of nothing But tholr own enjoyment, rouglim the'.r heeka. .trotting Fifth avenue, "tearing eootlf gnwna and winning the envy of their taao fortunate fellow creatures, are on encumbrance on the earth. 1 cannot Imagine how women can go through ouch aimless Uvea without oyer having had bailee to cao far or dally dulled to perform. "Bvan housekeeping la charming In sattsgland Loot year 1 lived near Hans. BBtT end bourht everything nt a hlack gBba Here ono get. broM at the JBe-irTlce and hlrea htryclea nt a beier's. I devote the morning and IWO hour. In the evening to my work, and gD to bed nt 9 o'clock, full of health ytd atxength and childishly happy. "In this peaceful old village I can load an Arcullan life on a modest In come. There la no peace or root for the middle classes In America. Heat can he enjoyed only by a millionaire. I com. here to lire because 1 discovered that the petty trivialities of A.merlcan dally Ufa were too much for me ami Inter fered with my work. Here I can Invite frlende to visit me for the week-end; then they go nway and leave mo In poace to my writing. In America my frlenda used to come and atay a month, and so much uf my time was taken up that the only way I could got literary work done was to alt up till I or t B'clook In the. morning. "My Englishwomen frlenda take such broad views of life In their dally occu pation, that the.r converaatlon Is rmjoh mare entertaining than that of women of my own race. For Instance, English Women take an Interact In all kinds of healthy outdoor sporto, hunting, riding, golfing and tennis. They do parish Work, understand politico, know tho career of every living man of note, have a knowledge of music, Including tho latest opera, and hooko, and know tho merits, from si. artlstlo standpoint, of palnui.es of nota In the Royal Acad emy. "On the other hand, the average American woman politely yawna after ten minutes' conversation on similar euM -Is. and breaks In with the remark, "Did I tell you about try troubles with cay loot coukT' "The charm of this side of the water la that one learns the great secret of being able to rest. ftumetlinea I think Bat from oceaji to ocean America never roots. I know 1 never rested there." Mrs French denies that she. male all manner of dlspsragtng remnrka about the direction of the Water alien houted for him '.) s op Instead ha ran and Lynch flrc.l scleral shota, one of M entered Anderson' 1m-. v BvBfy effort has been made l save Anderson's life lie was attended hy I ir Wolf, then wa" put aboard the lie partBtOfll of CBIfBtiUOBS OOBI an l rushed lo t ie penitentiary hospital on lllnck well's Island. A branch at the workhouse It on Hiker's leland, 7mr" than one hundred prisoners sleeping there. Anderson did not like t:ie Idea of raying for Ills hoard IB hsrd labor, NINE WOMEnTrE HURT BY EXPLOSION IN STORE. Natural (ias Blows Out F:ront of Millinery Shop Firemen Make Rescues. NfAHFIIOIjl), O., Oct. 10 Nine wom en were injured, one probably fatally, late vesterdny In the destruction of the millinery otore of lllsrh A MC oy by an exploalon of natural gas In the base ment Twelve women, employees and cus tomers, some bruised, and burned, and the burning building by firemen slid policemen. One woman was blown through a plate-glass window, landing on tbe street on her feet, unhurt. l.ydlA Itlooniensohenkel, an employee, I- :.i a critical condition. HE WAS MARRIED THREE KILLED IN COLLAPSE: OTHERS MAY BE DEAD. Suicide of Lieut. Lynch at Fort Sam Houston Puzzles Army Officers. Workmen Caughl n Crash of H ve st try JiuilJing in Boston. ' BOsTKHr. Oct. H. Threg men sr. re 1 pofiatl to have been klle. and one I .everely Injured In the I BlgBBg of a Cvr-stoiy !n I ' k l.illdlig under ron ItfUOttoll at the comer of Itot'erv and llanovor itraala vsriy .hli tftornown, It la reported ;hat .everal ither vork mi i are burled mder tho rulna 'Inerlal lo Tl - Krtal tv .r t 1 WHlTh PLAIN", i t. M. -A alio it twe;' -four yetirs old was eirly to-da . in M . I, i. avenue, men a ootod hint. achang"d a man Shot fm Urn WOULD THAT EVERY FAMILY KNEW ITS VALUE The Wish of the Ursuline Sisters of Woterville, Me., in Indorsing Father John's Medicine for the Cure of Consumption words, p. ill. "I revolvers ft: rn nit .. n- 'i -Iv Boo began t i (hoot, turned to run. but -not. ell in k hllll In ti e bnrk. One of thote came out through his niou'h. lie atangered to a reor yard soil fell dead. Thg ttrg men who n.t I B1 rBfl aw.iy. They hii not been afTOItod, The dead man i- unknown hero, a inbol on his hlni k aoohtla bore IhO mark of the J. "We. tlie unilertigne,l, clieerfitlly rei omtneiiil ami lltwrgg I lie BM f Tie attacked man i l ather lohn'i'MMICtae aj n sure an.i ihreo or me five I immedlata relief for all OMfflfj tliroat anil btoBcbial iNttbM, having used it nitli gtMBBH for OBI uf the memlieri of otir institution who WBI tltrralcneil witli eonaoBipUoa uf tlie uroBt llcar- na of the many cures by rSthof John's Mcili. itie, ec nio'lc a trial ami oic gla.l to statu iluit ftcr '.akittR '.hrco botlic.i. at i , , , , , . wora i arown suit tnlt ihooa of a fair I Mtoi amBBgi tooh plain, tlie patient umillty. having rocovcrei .I her voice, whirb 'iad been impaired for nearly I wo years. Would tlint every family knew its value." (Signed) I'rsuline Sisters, UrittiittO Convent, Walerville, Me. ilcmeiiil.er, I'atlier John's Medicine is freo from opium, morphine or pois onous Jrugs in any form upon which so imny jf lite uwallcd rough cures depend for 'heir temporary InWt and which are dangerous we again earn you against tlie.n. Not a patent medi cine. Fifty years in use. CARPET, CLEANSING In F5ra (V.aof RtlladlflfA t FIRE-PROOF SlQRABtl for Household Good. iT.M.STEWARTJ .430-442 WEST MO ST I RlrS Uf X7 COUJMBUA j orld Tfants If ork ifonrJers AN ANToNro, Tev. Oct in -Army olllcers at Fort Man Houston ate pun ned to-day to account for the mysteri ous suicide yesterday if l.leut. John It Lynch of 'he Third Cavalry, aho ihot I himself dead In his quarters within ilx jhoura after llg a-iarrlage. Hli widow I offers no fiplanatlon. I LtyBOB. fho was wenty-sl and who had risen from tho ranke to commli- IBIon a poar 4go, wai .narrled to 41 Us lOlad yl OarBtkBfBj he leveniteen-year- ol,l daughter ..f Mrs. BgtOllg -arutherr, at 1 o'i lock yesterday morning Jin had known tho young woman, who Uvea at In faoBlonaMa hotel, only a vt.ek. The couple appeared before Mrs. CBrUtBarg shortly after midnight and begged for her consent to a wedding, i This si. a gave In writing. Armed With I It, they routed tho county clerk nut of I ! bed and obtained a license. They 'lien drove to the post and awake the chaplain, who relucnntly consented to I marry them. Lynnh and his wife then drove hack; 1 to her hotel, where t!.y .'hatted with i Mrs. Camthan until i oelooki when j the officer left for his cjuarters. At 7 o'clock yesterday morning when i his companions were eating breakfast J he shot himself In his room, (inn ahot I entered tbe body near the hoart and j the other passed through his head. He was dead when found. No letters ex plaining his art were Ig't and the en tire affAM Is s.-rs-acj .a rr.yatcry, LynOh, his brother officers aay, was BDOUl IUM In debt, but they ,!d not attribute lis death to this. He was rourt-ni.Trtlalled ten days ngo for drinking, and while tho findings were not made public. It la generally be- IfW'IfVV Notable Wednesday Bargains JUST A FEW REMINDERS $4.00 to $6.00 Silk Waists. $2.65 MANUFACTURER'S Sample Waists of fine French Chiffon, Siik Messaline and Taffeta with plaited or stlk embroidered front and sheer edging. Also French Blouses with plaited belts. All colors and black. Black Petticoats OF OsToapfionaiy fine quality; aof Afercenserf Af essaine, 13 In. flounce with euefer of fuoJka and tailored bmndm. f ff Vauo $1.30. Spooia ..11 A rmure Portieres WITH handaomn (apes try bor ders, no wes t designs, red, green and brown; ono yard wide and $3.50 pur pt. Speoo aWe Lf Wool-finished Blankets FANCY PLAID BLANKETS FOR FULL SIZE BEDS 93.00 Quality, Spaoial . . 1 .35 $3.00 Quality), Special..! $3.50 Quality, Spacial l bO Children's Dresses 75 $3.50 Quality, Special .. 1 Jf5 Long Kimonos MADE of Hydetrade galatea cloth in beautiful French and Russian sfyes. SlaeeJto OQ 6. Value $1.50. SpeciauOZf L M. BLUMSTRIN, Westl25thSt . bet 7th&fithAvs - c.S.SiS...iW..;.. A.;.. SlA-.S-u,..;, rViJWu.. i'.'..i.', A OF Una quality' flannelette in pretty deiigne. Empire Dutch neck and kimono elfecta. fC Value $1.50. Special mZif Enjoy the Privileges of a Charge Account Here, Fifth Floor Double Stamps Until I o'Clock, Single Stamps Thereafter ftSO Scotch Lace Curtains r n t r s ( (IKHI.ACECL'RTAINS-Arhoiceielectionofeatri Gr Ofl fine pattcrni in all the latest nd best srcavei. Every iJlUV pair lull Icnith and width: $3.? to 4 Wvsluti . Heavy I apes- try Couch l.ov- Port ere Fall .'oloring. nd dlllgrlB The nrw border, corded, fringed and I ro rai'rd novelties. Grouped in one bi lot, Valugi up t 17.98, Pair. S4.98 Window Shndca of opa;uf . in aligned colon, tire 3b72 hsvo lactory bli in ithm: dati, brackets and naiU 'rre; rarit, l 9c 1 Matting Covered Shirt Waist Boxes Ciood large si-, exactly like cut; well constructed, with turned legs and fancy tray, covered with Japanese matting and bound with CI A, A. rattan UfAa JT M? era, bU-incb, re versible quality, in rich Turkish an I Persian designs and colorings; cannot be duplicated under Each." 98C EiderdownWool In all the latest col orings. All the rage now for the knitting of automobile and skating caps. This is a great opportunity to buy. Don't mist it. Full ounce m hankt, at. I seaVsal tlniTniBTTMJirtii Inil riH-t lon K nit t Intr 1 lUVy it III I Fine Soft Felt Hoods - We have them in all colors and the popular shapes. Other stores nsk fully T.'ie. more thnn the priee we sell them at, special, to-morrow. 98c and $1.79 Black and Colored Beavers Black atvd colorol beavers, almost every shuie you can ttdtik of. all the vary beet qttattty. If you paid double the moue you could not got a better hat. Priced special, Wednosdaj .at .1.98 A 4.98 tp tS, M I edoeedas -Main 1 lour. I Bo. 1. What is Mi. Wiuls Ha. rtast No. X. Sixth Ave. 22? ft. 23 Sts NEW YORKSnEWEST DEPARTMENT STORE THE MR. WIZZLE CONTEST r 0 NOW A THOUSAND DOLLARS You stand juxt as good a chance as any one of Retting one or mure of the 10 prizes winch we are ufferiiiKon the second half of the Mr. VVizzle Content. Sit down now and write vour answi-r to each picture to J. L. Keener Co., Dept. B, 103 West 22nd St. There are four ways of winning a prize, one each for the most artistic answer, the most unique answer, the most humorous answer, and the neatest answer - to each picture. What Is Mr. Wlstls Looking Alt BI.. Is tl. ntssls Unluc I Waal Is Mr. Wusus aiBgbsgt The first prize is 920.00, the second $15.00, the third $10.00 and the fourth $5.00 $500.00 In All This Contest closes Nov. 1st, prizes awarded Nov. 9th. Winners' names will ba published, and the judges will lx a committee of prominent newspajx-r men. Watch tor the Opening Date The First Reason Why Kesner's will give the Ix-st values in New York City: It is a well known fact that this location, which was for merly occupied by another firm, was run down in a most deplor able manner, and con-siqnently the property value depreciated to a very laige extent. The price asked for it was one of the best bargains that ever happened in real estate. We came along and SNAPPED IT UP. The result is -our overhead expenses will be low, we will oe operating the business at less cost, end our customers will most assuredly get the lenefit of thil in lower puces for standard merchandise. To-morrow we will give you the second reason. No. a. What Is M' Wlula E.lliif f JLK&snbrjCo lrn : Alt on mi y I in: MllgfMit i ch mn. tMtst l. Mr Wtasls Itrs.llngT Wlnt Is Mi Wiul. Old. . ling Tot Siply'iP What la M- 'V'tsls hauling At ; list Tiiur Is Mr t.iis't l Utitigl m nw VVtiat il Mr WiKs-lt Dr.u ug AlMutf Colossal Sale Women's Coats More Than 1800 Smart New Coats, Styles and Sizes for Everybody, in This Sale at ls Under Price. This is by Far the Most Important Sale of the Season OME to this sale -coats are the rage --la-ge, roomy costs of mannish materials A gigantic purchase permits us to do this. We doubt if prices will go so .Sft Every woman must have at least one low again in many weeks. -and can afford ttverai at the prices we quote here. i. .!.. r S-,- . , J - . S s a tVVaV av asressS ? aatBsmsal r 1 sso fin This Coat $3.98 VVomcn's 1 OR I nnn Kskssi eJB. JO ""M Mx.ovgr I assr ft Full leiiKth coats made of fine Kersey vloth and fashioned with a deep ehawl OOllar of volvet BBlahad with wide braid, (4 Inches long. All black. Hlzes 14 to 4 4. $5.98 This Cc at $5.98 Women's ) taw Qfi Lstsass ratsausail e9l at701 WIIIU VIII HI HI ! SSSk toa,s. ,J Cut 61 Inohaa long and trim med with a deep ehawl col lar and turned back cuffs. Ornamented with 3 lat'K Jewell, d buttons. Lined throughout. lllack. SIzch 3i to 44. $7.98 This Coat $7.98 $n.98 Women's Long Caracul llolii Cutils, al 7 Of Hue lustrous curacul cloth. .Made with ilwp shawl collnr and turned hack cuffs. Kant ened with II large Jewelled liutt"iiH. All Llack. Sluea 34 to 44. Of I mil, and full 1,11 a clog vole Ina pluohi tine I'll Lr.nq Revrr sible Coals, al, only Made of daln und plaid ba k materials, In comt.lnatlou shades of navy nnd re I. brown and purple, gray and blue, lirown and green and tan and red. l'ull length. All Hlzcs. At $25, Women's Fine Coats of Silk Plash. Moire Silks, Satin and Velour. I .'.Ine.da.. $9.98 This Coat $9.98 .98 Women's Polo and Reversible Coals .... of double fa'-ed 9 materials In fancy gray wiut luaoi uwvss, AImo hatulsomo plu.Hh coats, with deep shawl ' ll.tr, ln- luid with velvet, aii ahadoa r.; and M IneheM long. Some ltnoil thruUKhoUt. Sizuh 34 t 44. a,-gaV This Coat $12.98 Women's CI QS 1 $14.98 Tills Coat $14.98 .98 Wumen's Smart Plus i and Caracul Coils 14 Imported ara- t I loth, OMYlOt tf pfM, BOtn have QMP r collAra avnd othen with i coltttra ih.it fasten up to tin neclc. Lfhtd -ith ti BtiarantfM a -satin. :ti t 4t. -Sccund floor. Buy r $10 100 Piece . Initial Dinner 98 Set, at only M0 4V Our Home and f Arion Oak Heating Stoves Don't ml ttilM aiin.iMt hriif bri Full aervlot fur wit h li Ml iH r aiui a cluutie an Initial iilnnr Mn I l u barxuln ulihimi an eiudl 12 teoil. 2 Imtkm covtsrt-ii aWnM I .tt h uleve has rlrh M Bnfflltii 18-Piece $2 Fnnraved Glass Set al 95c Engraved by an txaart. a tMautifui i i.i Knwiiih attar on fine grrttdt uf tfiajiN Hrt ton aim tif tl wiitf r it wii itkev ami (t ieltf.-r itlajtHi. Nu n.alt ordtra, Hrt "BBF f Deautlfull cut Jusi 1 no sail Japanese Mission l amp Shades . . Will JAAtnolisn BlDe dm Brtuklasl ivv Willow Sels im the ce-lotrat Willow faotory I: fit hiiv ci. elfotrlc land ronmU'l till .ami- Vitrltnv cr t.rvic -an t if u 1 t)i ifiiuil ih turi- i-eooie. alu ina. fttvoo; at . . . J Him $2.49 SlO.Oo iii (.lass Water Sets Xtru .l.,-. In hi ( r to-Itiori 1V . lil;tl it unn. i promlaa to fill I'll i uti i ii ounl of 'h limit rct.iri at thla nr f -uur nome ana Hospital Drug Sale j Is Now In Progress j See to-day 'a Kvening Journal for 1 Weilnesday'a special. J ----- - (Main Hoor. ) - - am Pnnna Vai. . r s ujji; i iuurv f 11 . a .a sss I ! nome at Little Lxpense Big Values lor To-morrow's Selling l g S4.98JJ B.droom, atltohsn and Sail Vaparo to taxKO variety or putttrrna. Value c, roll Dining Boom and Farlor Papers In trutt tapeairy and gut tnccui. with 9 or 18-lnclt bord.ra. Val- 9c6c El.gant Parlor, Living Boom and Llmaiy Paper. In varnlohed gold, two-tone imported papers, duplex ' grains anil large variety ol special le- v (t ilth Fluor.) -.-' $14.98 IVY LtHlGH RANGES No. 7 all", with o-htil IMI atanti on fancy heavy bar . beau tifully mmmta with nlokai-plataa top hanJ. OTtO ahflf ami name Piute; aio hait - pafforfttad OOV" r. -UDlaa arat. Iurn roomy rifa- pot i larifu tmkl" w-arranteil: 1 pipe, t-lbow nnn damper lriiim.)h Rotary Ash SDur i ' 1 1 m any -1 1 1 -1 alie ha rrel or aah can; dust;, a n tl vav vnrk- Ina, muUti of Pha Hulck iui va k t rn hfa iruti'l iron flr-p t, trlmniad with ni' ktO -piuif it topband toot rails. MMiii pial an 1 m itw draft, fa- , in U v lire burnhiK all nik'lit. v. itli ni.r Dliti.tinif U H 1 W til ,i I H . one nine. elbow and damper fret with carl cove; apacla $3.98 $12 Brass Dining Room Dome Hind made. 2n lnhf in dlaniiter: D p it e 1 or beautiful ait K 1 a a. In I r e e n an l amber with ft - In. Import ed f rl n a ! ranov bent border and alimn aoroi A blah can die now nhir, ggafc li e a v v irnl . T vanlr"d Iron .T ZJC S2.89 f1f$6'98 II 1 Mr. J'uU' Had Irons riat of I Iropfl, stand ami I I W II T I COol hand le ; Via. value 69c i Wrdni.iln. llasemeot Nalesruuin.i Our Great Food Exposition . . l i s t .'Ha liratut viacaruui r " ich lull Mara Mb, CI. c aa i Woaal iiunllty of torn leal uranulati i ueal . in ii,. Haiinony -.month tgsf ottiui anlu i,i In s-Iu. o i i 6IC tin" 23 1 Coffee Blend jg, tun, flavored, verv " sur.'.uusuo I '-ltt t. lltcrlcf liiuiid r.nru i .. r.i . Nil in pall- NO 'i PP., N'o li palls OOl palls . $1.65 Mr Kancy suaar cured I'. S. tn spicied liatits; avcraiilng t 10 Itis. each; .SI'KclAI. r. lit 1 II l a -.Ml- THE SEASON'S BIGGEST AND BEST SELLING EVENT. TjiQjVe,; Wf MOtt I Hie Celebrated 0 ti u It I n fans Hams troiii pkTch hi n 1 s r s , ' .T.ilad Uil Hnowdritt l,t ud ...litd oil; No 1' cutis iii. u, , warn . urn, i i. Salad Dressing product . the boat dressing; arfr alf pint liottle . tDL'ldnt uill n. i llli" Havana fruit ; for Pineapples preserving! crate, con taining Jo, t.i aogaa, ac; jjj. 29c C, , ( rlsp, Liant.n, firm, hard ilDDage .olid beads; 100 j j jq Wines and Liquors 1T. VKBNONi pure rye. special to morrow, tuiitin, mt.eti nan itai- lon, gl 30; nottloat 75r ni, dl, dually not tie at . an puru, regular al no THII'MPII BUN D Kl M lll l ; ragulariie. bottle, at ........ i -I vl I, I I nor I THI 14111 STREET STORE. HENRY Sltil, Pres't -WE 7St 65 f 01b sWREKIY D-L n .or nii.iie cuts oi tno Rib Roast oeef Ii u a v y i -i lr choice native beef, lb I 1 ;l Fresh Killed Roasting Chick- BalaOt Jersey poultry. icr enS worth line, lb.; at. lb IDt Whole Forequarters of Lamb miii Me for roititl.iK or for it. chops, lb Ill 6k rt li j ci . Ulrect shipment triun Kolled Uats the mm. i ,. nis jyc VII r L I' I o u n tiers. Yellow Perch, m u nu.; u it, Legs of Canada Mutton i, " j u duimdmi i aoaoa snnep; at, J J j fnrnoJ PUl B.. DtL. urTIg KBueklati a n.s.. ." 5f Loin Lamb Chops fag b?A" jrouni and tonti or; a lb lot Country Sausage i from Jersey pofg; it U n Fancy, nicely 'tire anl 1 i I nil de- 122c j a PBBey.. niooiy mtgad inirerf DICOI1 niri'il bacon. In whole s ej or half strips; per Ih J oCjf TRADING STAMPS. ASK FOR THEM