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T HI EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, ftOVEME II, 111.
EXPRESS WRECK ON N. Y. CENTRAL TIES UP TRAFFIC Irk I . VII il III I I I I il I V I r I 1 .1 A Crash Into Boulder and Are I KirV-4 From Tracks. Pesiertea CUitMt Diva. (Jeers-. Mllllnslon, a chauffeur From Rtsfford, Krurland, died In the slparas; of the Mauritania at her ntr In the North River to-day J'nt before she tailed. He arrived In this country on the Caronla on Nov. 13 and wns order i d to be deported on account of his health. Ill body waa removed to the mwfup. He la known to have friend! In Merl den. Conn. PoL'auiUKnnB, n. y., Nov. 22.- A wteik, which Interrupted traffic on the lludaon Division of the New York cntra! for Uv Kreatt.r part of to-day, 01 rt about on mile aouth of Klilne- derailed by driving into a boulder mrA flcBin-,, ....... ,.i,. ,o km ' tally. Injured, and wero brought to the hospital In thla city. There were no paaaengers on the train. A few mlnutea after the wreck oc curred the railroad company's doctors from here ami from Hyde Park went to Hhlnebtck on the wrecking train. The newspaper train from New York. vuw .v. . . . ' ' . 0 1 , " M I, Oil I UH'.K IU New York and then north over the Har lem Division, and this division la being used for through traffic, while the Hud son Division Is being cloared. The wrer-k occurred opposite the Levi P. Murton estate In a rock cut where " 1 i -. ,11 , Lreinn iiua. ine locomotive BfaahOfl into the boulder with such force that it was thrown from the track and acrosa the entire roadbed and every one of the ten cars It waa hauling left the rails. A oarload uf chickens was on a tiding close to where, the lOOOSBOgtVS .-i; uA. About 200 of these were killed and 200 or 400 got loose. The laborers employed by the railroad in the operations at the sceue of the wreck r r busy all tha 4prnlng chasing the chickens. A.t the hospital here It was said that Knglneer Stroh and fir. "tun Paul Mil lar, while badly scalded and la serious condition, had every chance of recovery. Did You Ever Notice that the man who drinks Pabst BlueRibt TbaBearofQaaLry VA va r l 1 4rmsnmt w IPlaVWi e ft a a MANY ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR GIFTS ARE SHOWN IN THE FANCY NEEDLEWORK DEPARTMENT. AMONG THEM CRE TONNE AND TAPESTRY BOXES. TRAYS. FRAMES. BASKETS. HAT STANDS AND DESK SETS; SILK NOVELTIES IN SACHETS. WORK BAGS. PIN CUSHIONS. COAT HANGERS. SEWING SETS, ETC LINGERIE DRESSER SCARFS. PILLOW SLIPS. CUSHIONS. GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF CASES. ETC. BRIC-A-BRAC AND OBJECTS OF ART SUITABLE FOR GUTS. FAVORS, ETC.. INCLUDE MARBLE STAT UTARY. CLOCKS AND CLOCK SETS. BRONZES. CARVED IVORIES. PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES AND MIRRORS. POTTERY. ELECTRIC LAMPS. LAMP AND CANDLE SHADES. JARDINIERES. ANDIRONS. SMOKERS' SETS. TEAKWOOD STANDS. GILT CARVED WOOD PIECES, ETC. SILVERWARE, an unusually fine collection of ARTICLES IN DUTCH SILVER IS IN STOCK. SPECIAL MENTION BEI NG MADE OF TEA CADDIES. CORDI AL SETS. BASKETS. FANCY SPOONS AND SERVERS. JEWEL CASES, CANDLESTICKS. ETC. STERLING SILVER. PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES. MIRRORS. TOILET SETS. TRAYS. ETC. PLATEAUX. DECANTERS. TEA SETS AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES IN STERLING SILVER DEPOSIT. JEWELRY NOVELTIES INCLUDE NECKLACES. BRACELETS. EARRINGS. HAT PINS. OPERA GLASSES AND LORGNETTES. OPERA BAGS. BEADED AND LACE BAGS; MEN'S SCARF PINS, CUFF LINKS, VEST SETS. GOLD KNIVES. MATCH SAFES, ETC. is never quite sa- ith any T. 1 eer. it has ther b mild, delicate. m ellow avor M Tnnnd in no ntner. Order case today. Bast Dealers Every wKara li;Attmatt $c(&iti HAVE NOW IN READINESS A NEW DEPART MENT OF LEATHER FURNITURE. LOCATED ON THE FOURTH FLOOR, SHOWING A WIDE VARIETY OF STYLES. L eJTffl! Avnutt, 34tj anil 35tJj &tmt, JXtm tyvft. B. Altaian $c Qln. A SPECIAL SALE OF CUSHIONS at $2.00 (ABOUT ONE-HALF THE USUAL PRICE) WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW (THURSDAY). CON 5 1 STING OF DOWN-FILLED CUSHIONS. COVERED WITH DAMASK. TAPESTRY AND ARMURE. Low Prices and Safety You Get Both Here Purchases Made Until December 9th, Inclusive, Will Be Charged on Bills Rendered February 1, 1912. TVO MAMMOTH BUILDINGS OB.Gr EdNH GREENHllT-SIfpEL COOPER 0 UT.Prts 6avc, Is a IS sis MAIN BVILDItiG Clearance Sale of Black Silks 35-Inch Black Dress Mchm- lino beautiful rich black; sold elsewhere at $1 yard; our price tomor- row 75c 40-Inch Black Paillct de Sole elegant heavy grade ; rich lustrous finish; sold elsewhere at $1.25 a yard; our price, tomorrow U Oc (MAIN Bulldinc, Flrat Floor.) It otlni,Xothln oVoteforOur Do nation of 30,000 to Charity Wl give this amount and we ask OUR CUS TOMERS to tell us by their VOTES which chsr itshle and benevolent institutions, tocicrlea at 1 churches shall receive this money mais nvi i. dim;- There's a Heap of Joy in Toy Town Today And there'll be more of it tomorrow !tlic WON DF RUT COl.l IC.ilON OF TOYS. and the day after, and so on right up j iAMF.S. CIRCUSES, AIKSHII'S and DOLLS to Christmas. .that the Kinc of Toy land hus prcni.red for his Faithful followers, of whom you At intervals each day from I0:.W A.M. to 4:M) P.M. in u glittering, bewildering, Fairy land, "The Little Princess," "Nemo" and "Flip" will re ceive all their friends who care to visit them in their new home on the FOURTH FLOOR OFOUR MAIN BUILDING. Of course you know all about THFMl Their pranks and mimes have already de lighted THOUSANDS as they will delight you when you come to The Big Store. And here's some more good news I You musn't miss seeing (MAIN KlillJiiil Fourth HaefO are one. I Here s naruiy a novelty or toy that Tha Big store hasn't pot readv for your inspection. So Come to Toy Town, Tomorrow and (nine as Of tin an You Like. That's Tin tlig Store' Imita tion Hacked I p by 'The Prin cess." "Nemo" and "Flip." Tha "Doll Shop" will feature a great big beauiiful doll, who is 39 inches tall, hus beauti ful side parted hair, long drooping eyelashes, shoes and stockings; there arc but .SO of these beauties $ at. each 1 U MAIN BUILDING Big Specials in Inexpensive Jewelry And There Are Hundreds of Others Arranged from Our Tremendous Christmas Stocks fi-lnrh Candlestick -polished silver with gray Moral trimming; with caodle, silk fringe, X shade and cuirass ; at. Nlrrllni Wl.rrKlaa ..I Wlltl TOW T tine ihln ST 25c Fins A m r I til Walrkta nickel case, srstiv CI lapsl cti.lfl.if ? Imported Nickel-Plated Shining Set with a double mirror, mag nifylng on one side, and Cft cup anil brush , at UVC Gold-Filled Jewelry of every de scription; brooches, bar pins, carl pins, etc., put up in velvet-lined leatherette r cases JVC (MAIN Buildlns, Main Floor.) GREEN HUT BUILDING- "Everything (or the Home"-- Everything fzHome for Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving Dinner China and Glassware Pretty Austrian China Dinner Set dainty gold lace border; 100 pieces; complete for ff Q CA twelve persons; value $15.75; at. :. XO-tJU 56-Piece American Porcelain Dinner Sot SO Qt complete service for six persons; at ... , 5.7tJ 100-Piece Fine Porcelain Dinner Set dainty violet nd gold lace border embellishment; $Q QT complete with soup tureen, etc. ; at . . . . O.tO English Porcelain DlnnerServlce Ifl .1 Lif9! "open-stock" pattern; delicate maiden-hair tern and double gold line adorn- s17ftar. ment; at If .DJ Genuine "Guernsey" Casseroles -termed "lactory seconds"; value 95c, at 29c; value AO $1.25, at OVC Thin-Blown Initialed Tumblers ss illustrated; engraved to your order with any initial in Old ltth 6 -19c (GREENHUT Builrtlsi, Mils floor ) ill I m Novem ber Sale of Real Leather Furniture We extend a hearty invitation to our men-visitors to test the luxurious comfort of and to compare our extremely low prices for London Club Leather Lounaina Chairs llroad- Armed, Comfort-giving Lea- Nap-Inviting Leather Fireside Chairs, 1 ther Turkish Rockers and Old Restful Leather Reading Chairs English Leather Winged Chairs And please note that despite the fact that you can save an average of ONF.-THIRD on thc9e leather chairs, they are made up to our most exacting standards and for men who should have the Bfcbl. Mere are two representative values: Turkish Leather Itockern "Harrington" spring platform ; high hack; deep, broad seat; tufted arms and back; . covered with genuine buckskin leather in $QQ f?( dark Spanish brown or black ; value $30 ; at &tjijj Fireside Leather Armchairs lull deep seat and high back; broad arms; wing- sides; extremely comlortahie covered with brown Spanish leather; other colors A to order '.value $.14; tomorrow, at n (GREENHU Bulldlni, S.cana Floor.) Rich Cut Glass Fern Dishes As i 1 1 u s -trated ; full S-inch size ; plated lining and fernery; two silver plated can d e I a b rars; fitted with pierced metal i , cuirasses miu mis- mm fringed lining; at il ft (CRFCNHUT Huildias. Mala Floor 1 Lace Curtains and Tapestry Table Covers Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains six pretty, graceful, new patterns; value $4.75; 10-morrow, a in nr pair t. O Tapestry Table Covers--with (loral motif border ; choice of two colorings of a beautiful French pattern; wide corner-spaces and centerpiece, fringed ; size 00-inches square ; vslue $.1.50 ; tomorrow, $2 y fC.Rbt.NHUT Bulldini, Flrat Floor.) Tomorron Spe iaU in n Framed Pictures (.ill-Framed Landscapes good assortment; some matted; at. 9oC The Four Senses by Bessie Pease Gutman; white frame; . at 45c Dainty Pastels -tilt frames; sites 20xJ0 inches and 18x40 inches, at IGRF.F.NHUT Buildist. First Floor.) Pleasing Subject-, - gilt ornamented, up- sf,.,r'mes.; 11.85 "Usby Stuart" alsoother populsr sub jects; at 13.25 $5.50 Important to Everybody The World's Greatest Grocery wishes to remind all of its friends that all the Thanksgiving specials in table supplies, which include staple and fancy groceries, meats, young turkeys, poultry, wines and liquors, etc. advertised in Tuesday evening's World will also be on sale tomorrow. If you csnnot come to the store in person, send your order by mail or telephone 4000 Chelsea. (MAIN Building, Third Floor.) MAIN BUILDING Our Annual Sale of the Entire Surplus Stock of "Kingly" Trousers Will Be Held in Our Men's Clothing Store, Tomorrow It's the Biggest Opportunity of the Winter Season to Buy High-Class, Perfect-Fitting and Thoroughly Well Made Trousers at Unusually Low Prices Practically every good 1911 Winter trousers mateiinl in the accepted stylish pstlerns is included. In fsct, this yesr's assortments are bigger, better snd more interesting thsn ever. As for the values read on: $3 and $4 "King- $,- Men's "Kingly" Trousers ly" Trousers at.. Z.Od Worth up to 104 $ . Dozens of handsome patterns in of striped worsteds and mixtures; med ium and Winter weights; all sizes up to 54 waist-measure. 'Kingly" Trousers Worth The highest grades of English worsteds in exclusive patterns; not one pair reserved or withdrawn. Positively the best trousers in our Clothing Store. Men's and Youths' $2.50 up to 97.50, $ n n r mm ana louins ti.ou at o.OO and $3 Trousers, Excellent patterns in worsteds and t X . D tl cassimeres; individual styles; all! Broken lots in black and blue sizes 30 to 50 waist-measure. cheviots and striped worsteds. (MAIN Buildine. Second Floor.) MAIN BUILDING- A Sale, Tomorrow, of Unusually Good Coats for Women at $12.75 Two Handsome New Models in Black Broadcloth and Cheviot That Are Honestly Worth $16.50 (Displayed on Living Models Two of the Styles at MAIN BUILDING Nearly 200 Styles of Foot-Mould Shoes for Women at $3.50, H & 5 That conveys just u hint of the comprehen sive range of FOOT-MOULD fashions. Bu: that isn't the whole storv. All Foot-Mould shoes are made specially for us under our own supervision. Thut's why we unhesitatingly guarantee them Every new style shown by shoe shops is here and to add several exclusive Foot lasts in up-to-dute the most popular lea in all sizes and widt Misses' and Children's High-Cut Gun-Mela! Hull Shoes all solid leather soles ; all sues up lo - i 2; value , $2 and $2.50; at 1, Mtssea' and Children's Viri Kid Dutton or l.uco Shoes il.iS vu!ue; solid leather soles op and heels , all sizes up to 2 ; at OOc m A si ith (MAIN Build. nj, Se.ond Floor ) specialty V 7 these we . '! Mould 2! styles ml, I ers.and ha. y i 3W Murk Braaddolh Coati aa Illustrated; hilMtngth, leaiMittlni lustrous hlatk hnmddotli costs, with Jeep cllur of blscl v.Ui.t, .-.ti ippod 'xitli sutf-nistcrtal and triiiuni.J with v Ida black sill'- brsl I . . .hi u t llnished with turn back cuffs, trimmed to match collar; half-lined n.. sa ty sya luarsntaad black taiio; si l.-.t lilnc.i Caarlol Coats u . Illustrated; fulUltnatb. a il blscl chavl it ctmis in s new straiglit-cut modal with dosp rolling slniv. I i lar ol h! ick valval (Mltnlni. I" 0111 side With throe largu buttons; Coal iUavsl wuh I cp cuffs of self-niHteiiul; lined ihruunhoui ttith guaranteed yarn-dyad black Mlln) tliis would be an excellent value at $11) SU; tomorrow, I1)""' at I.lt) I MAIN Bu.Id.nt. I ksl Floor.) MAIN BUILDING Continuation of Our Thanksgiving Sale of Sterling Silver and Plated Wares Just one more of those Big Store Sties planned st s time when you most med the articles for the table or for Christmas gift-giving. We have space for but a FEW of the thousands of o firings. Read the list and you'll see whv it will pay lo DO YOUK CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. TOMORROW, HERE. , Sheffield Quality and Designs. Vegetable Dishes-the double dish Sterling Silver Toilet Sets -s very handle; $1 1 eje XX. IU -pierced; A ejf' with lock st Sandwich Tray at Plnlos in Four Size- Bread and butler; each $1.25 Icecresm; each 1.7$ Tea plates; each 2.50 Dinner plates; each 4.00 All the above in either grape or thread border design. (Quadruple-Plated Fruit Howls -with wide lace effect border gold-lined ; at. Ou ad ru pie -Plated Fern Dlahee pierced design ; complete with an excellent artificial fern; at 250 Dishes i with an '225 1 (juadruple-Pialrd I es Service' - with headed trimming; teapot, sugar bowl, cream pitcher and spoon holder; complete on a 15- $Q Pl inch square tray; at O.uHJ Sterling Silver Serving Plecea a new. dainty DSltern. with s larse shield for engraving; gray finish l Tea Spoons and gold bowls Gravy l adle $2.50 f old Meat furks 2.75 Tomato server 2.75 Tomato server, large site 3.75 HollOW handle cake server 1.95 Ice cream server .'i.25 Salad spoon 3.75 Sterling Silver Manicure Sets new gray-tiiuslied handle , set consists of nail polisher, salve jar, nail lile, tooth brush, cuticle knife and municure scissors; in a Oft lined case, at t.O3 handsome wreath design; gray finish; large mirror, hairbrush and comb; in moreen case; J (J Quadruple Mirer-Plated Flower Vases with pierced $1 rjf! border; st X.I J Sterling Silver Deposit on White Crystal V, lass choice of comport Or claret rhcher with A r handle; rlsin pttlished ;at ft.tJU usurupir Plated Toi let Sets that very ef fective thin model, en Sine -turned etign, in bright eilver finish , large mirror, han brush and comb in lined $A case; special ixJJ Sterling Silver Handsomely Pierced Howls 8-inch; several styles; values up to $15.50; Jf J i50 Sterling Sliver Deposit On 1 Or Qtaaa Nut Bowls st . .. l.7t Rogers "W K" Itrand Table VVase fancy gray finished handle; plain ponsnea oer half doz cJtJC Table or Deasert Spoons rrr. hall dor fc Dinner or Dessert Forks rji hall doi UC Plain Handle Dinner Knives a fjooJ cjuality; half .q Quadruple Silver-Pialed Top Suit and Pepiier Shakers a ty special, each XdWC Meat PUlters 19-inch; $Q t-rr thread border style, at.. . cO (MAIN Build.n(, m..b t'ioor.) Your choice of the following pieces at renm ladle, pickle forks, sugar mngs, ssruine forks, sugar shells, butter spreaders, olive fork, baby spoon, sugar si, let 98c MM BUILDING Buy NOW on Fasy Terms Our Caldwell 88-Note $07 1 Mayer-Piano C Ifl in a class by itself and only W Terms: 15 "S 10 (Bench, ci v.r and 1 1 a and Month f tnu ic re mclud d a the price.) to i our home WMMM FOR THIRTY DATS' TRIAL I .il the end of tli.it kni u J not want il we wiil send (or il without any co t lo you whatsoever bivond the purthaae ol a few records. If yon keep iti tbffl yi U Pv for it on the very easy terms of 50c to $2.50 a week. Price of Viclor- ictrolas, $15 to $200 i MAIN Bu ,dtn FojiHi Itonr ictor-Victrola Double Green Trading Stamps With Purchases Made Before 12 of Clock,