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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
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JUDGES SENTENCE 'GIRL HAD HERSELF
to hi r llorir " pT' latently, weiikeni
Phe Mid 1 ha 1 -he ni t n rtlicrtargad
ftnm lur pOPlleetl 11 Anil IP rof i and
v. .inli I In win 1 11 1 frurn hrr imionts rtiflt
fiirt and ihp Hiii-n. of htt wpeJUy i.v
42d St. at 8th Ave.
SAJUID lp DAT,
riitciK, PHtftA Karri mi. vlainanilli., 'lent;. mm
'ytK Clv4la A.sa-a Third Dow
MERCY FW TO
TO FOOL PARENTS ::
vs wiAiii nvvs
Below 1 7th St.
Only Entrance It
Through the Furniture Store
rlns w , n IV
1 Anr Vorfniv
11 I'irst Offenders, Hive G-i
to Penitentiary, ThrM to
Ju.lgn fraln, Hsrann ami Miil'iuerji
f the Court of Gcnrrnl Hcsslims ills
pon l nf eleven . utivlrti il rknm.il
tsteril.iv All N first offenders.
BY JUDGE GRAIN.
Huilolph Kramer, thlriy-nne years DM,
lesil. I xullty patty larceny Hlolii fc
ni sauPiPypr. First PsTMM Hestltu
flon iiuilr MM irlni ifoii'l reputation.
Pmt.-n. .. saipspastl,
Itenjiiniln Kurnlleld, Iwetrty-flve years
fid. fielded guilty abandonment of
Stolid Klrat offense. V-iitUinttary one.
y jodgc 8wmsn.
I Vlnla Webstar, twenty-four years old.
Steaded KUllty of arrjrlnp a rasor. First
Offense I'enlientUry forty days
John Fioher, seventeen yuan old, and
Uei.rge. l'eter, nineteen yisare old. both
ple.ulrd guilty atlemjited grand larceny
Triel to ileal ? eenis from drunken
man in Chatham tfquare. Flrat offeml
tr Ks 1 Klmlra Keformatory.
' Ulliiert Anthony, tsntv r old,
atsadad guilty iM-uy larceny. Stole tu
from desk In employer's oftW First
offense. "Bacause r raatltutton bavin
En made and ilc.eniUint's prior (nod
liarn. ler se'itelien IIMBllflMM
Ant. ml. I.amm.irdo, forty-four years
fid. PlMLdad flltlt) naming a revolv. t
pa .1 mlsoameanor. Flrsi offense. 8e:i
b ii i' iiipppttSit.
T Thomas Lyon twenty-two years old.
Steaded guilty attempting to Pdl
ea Pjp, tint offense, lvntti Hilary one
Inhn Tyson. twenty-alK years old
Pleaded guilty icrand larreny. Htolo
puree ewitalnlng 111) from woman In
Fourteenth ilreet pilbwuy station. Klrot
offense Klmlra reformatory.
BY JUDGE MULQUEEN.
Frank B. Ilorwey. tweht) -eight yeais
old. Plaadad pullty forpary third dn-
Tee. IMihonew liookheeper. Klial
offirur iutta prlon from to ami MM
half years 'o four years and tsn
Martin A. Hipp, forty-ona years old.
Tried and OMVlCtai prand lar.-env.
Mtole tl. from tailor. First offenso.
Penitentiary one year.
1 .11 11 Is in Meiina, tWtntytWO years
lid. Trii d iind convlotafl assault on
41rl First off.'ns". Ktmlra reformatory.
to l.et Them
1 Lost 1 let
I t.m Ikel'sohft Wfsteni kMU
An smuslnx experience infill the Kev.
Oavld I'.iphv the other day. lie got
Into a rsliroad earrlaxe In wlilch wars
three men. Two ,if them OOettPtPA POT
par seats, nnd the third was streti lied
at full h-nKlli on the opposite side.
When asked to pull up a lilt the man
PR lauded to ha aaleep, out at Unvtli
drew Ml knees tnwurd his ehln. After
while lie atrntohed nut Again, wiplnf
tils feet on Mr. Puphe's eirat. "Here,
all man. I did not rome In here to be
wade n doormat of." The man .ipened
Ms eyes and then sat nprlrht. "Well,
Pin blowad," he said, "you are a parson,
and I thnupht you were a nun."
Aftei twelve hours of hard woilt; try
ing to unravel a blind mystery, dptPO'
tlve if the Corona, L I. station pot a
ronfesslon to-diy from flf teen-year-old
Vsronioa BnrUrtil "f He iw RaJIroad
PVpptta, OorOtM, Hint the anu)t nnd
robhary srlilcli had hern oonnnlttpd in
her Inst nlKht In a aeant lot nesr her
OWn home were of her own doing she
wanted to hide from her parents hy
(his epe'-tarular method the fact that
she had POPS, din harped from her po
sition In the fa lory of the Amerlnan
Hani Uiihher Company at College olnt.
At 7 o'clock last nlsht Minnie Kerona.
the same apa as Vurontca, ran to Mrs
Knrlght and told her tlHM hor daughter
whs lying, hound nnd ragged. In a lot
M feel from their home. Mrs. Knrluht
found thai II was as Minnie Feroria had
aald; hi r da ughter was lying In the wt,
slicklngs and dress torn atid n rid
Iratnlanna handkerchief tied as a pax
P botlt her month When the kiu was
removed she sohlied that a tall yotinte
man had attacked her and stolen f I Tl
Phlfll she cnrrled In her stocking.
When the directives came the girl
told a stralKlilfnrward story. They
took her with them on I three-hour trip
throuph Corona and thi outlylnp dip
Irlols In Hip hops thut she might recog
lllPP her PPPPlUlIt WhlP their sus
picions were aroused they began 10
iiueatluii the ohlM'l friends and then It
was that Minnie FPfOPP admitted that
the rohbery was .1 "plant "
She had PPM the one. Minnie said, who
had tlnd the gag In her friend':, inoulli
and then given tin, alarm
Willi this story, the girl, who ha I stuck
N Indigestion. (las, Heart
burn or Dyspepsia Five
Minutes After Tak
iriK " Pape'i
K.very year regularly more than s
million toiuarh sufferers in the I'litled
Slates. Knglaml and ( ansda take Papr's
lliapepsin, and realice not only imme
diate I. nt In-ting relief.
Tall liarmlens preparation will digest
anything you rut and overcome a sour
gassy or out - of - order stomach fivp
If your meals don't fit comfortably, or
what you eat lies like a lump of lead in
your stomsch, or if you have heartburn,
Hint is a inn of indigestion
Oct from POW pharmacist a fifty-cent
case of I'apc s Diapepsin and take a dose
J'pli in PPM as you can. There will
ie no sour risings, no belching of undi
ge'teil food mined with acid. 110 stomach
gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feel
ing in the stomach, nausea, debilitating
denial lies, diisitirs or intestinal griping.
This will nil gn, and besides, there will
be no sour food left over in the stomach I
to poison the breath with nauseous
Tape's Diapepsin is a certain cure for
out of order stomachs, liecausr it takes
In .Id of rattt food anil digests it juat the
same in. if your stomach wasn't there.
I(. 1 11 f iii five minutes from all stoiunch
misery is waiting for you at any drug
These large fifty-cent rases contain
mure llisn sufficient tit t hor on pill v ci i re
, n j
Confronted I almost anv cane of dyspepsia, indigestion
or any other stomach disorder.
Clothing on Credit
$20 Suit or Overcoat
WHEN value are ao evident np they
are in these suits and coats, words in any
form fail to mean absolutely anything.
If, however, you would save $10 on your
suit and overcoat visit our men's clothing
department to-morrow, and you will be re
paid not only in money paved but in better
clothes satisfaction than you have ever en
joyed. And a further word about the young men's
models included they are of an entirely
exclusive character of style and range of
materials; they are the kind of clothes that
Thit it the only credit house where you are ture of
a tquare deal in Reliable Clothing at Cath Price
Open Saturday Evenings Until 9 o'clock.
I Sale of 10,000 Winter Overcoats I
For men who want to be well dressed
For men who want to keep warm
For men who want to get great value for their money
Winter Overcoats at
Schlang's Special Offer
in High Grade Tailoring
For I Days,
Suits to Order.
For S Days.
Overcoats to Order.
Value $30. $32. $25.
Near City Hall. Brooklyn.
If vi iu like good clothes, well
tailored and perfect fitting,
you don't hive to look for
any better than Sealugi My
Tailor, can Rive you. It's easy
to locate thousands of the
most well drewed men of
BrooUvn who get their
clothes made hy us fur half the price
they would pay elsewhere. Hundreds
of new ami tXOIUtlvi styles to choose
from In Suitings and Overcoats.
FDrr FURNITURE WITH EVTRY PURCHASE
T MMRJKJ Maho asy Parlor table FREE Hilh Every M Purchase
This BED OUTFIT FREE
w.lli Every Purchase of $108
Consisting ol Bed. Spring and
Mattress; Value I2
With Every Purchase ol f ISO or over
COMW.rTELY. sfrt - I ff .":;?
rTV ,.jrBT & I'J'Jn-ll runivuuiiu
;i tr aa
Winter Overcoats at X8e00 &
Winter Overcoats at 22o00 &
that are sold in the high
priced district for $18and $20
that are sold in the high
priced district for $22 and $25
that are sold in the high
priced district for $30 and $35
In All the Newest Models
Chesterfields Box Coats Tourists Half Belicd
lar Double Breasted Button Through Ulsters-
Full Belted Plaid Back-Shawl Col
Big Great Coats Convertible Collar.
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The Cammever H
I Basement Creed H
Not a so-called barguiti baaeBMnt for factory damaged nadi nnd year-old S !
ptyles, but shoes for slender purses, made under our most exactinit ptandards. -iJ
"Camipeyer" quality is upheld in the basement in short your money goes Jjij
further for renl genuine shoe quality than anywhere in the wo'rld. ' - j j
H If "SnoeT If ShoeT A f I
Tan cir. iimi On laCB sail, I i :r l'utrnt 1 1 1 lii-r Hns
MMM I I ,.iiurh.' ,.Cu,,..n ' I I I I ealt ana Bls. k Kid: Huti.n. I l&Sl I
f( 4.00 Sh ies
f I (inn at iu 'l it kiiastla 1 ' ,'"
I I f. : an i .'atom i..-....,.! 1 I
I I vslth u mil Topir and I I .'
1 1 lJut nt Ueulhel with Tan KM I I
1 I'upa. i.imliini Well aulca. I f 'vNvfel-
.HiBsnaivx: w at niinvAii'n -v x -v. -x. mmm ' hiiul1 x x. bks -..
If Shoes VV if Shm
I f Black Kid Button II (
Thut "alanr! up" uiitl,- all i I ' I
liar Vrlatir Halt, .1
i.ii i i s i li. r Mlrrs.
I rrnrh hr9t (lass I
EST, 1 " i,:a:...r,:." Our Lilieral Credit Terms
i.ae, ana uivnsi ... , . r, .
sir or naniisamo no trunii M ouwii 7or to Pi .'J.,
' 1 t P r r s. Isrsi c r . . mm r r u-uli.
ofimiui iiup. t.oi i wonnisuowni
.'J.'? '' $100 Worth $10.00 Down! wuo
IS0 " 5I5.UO " JiJ.liU
In All the Smartest Fabrics
Meltons Kerseys Velours Chinchillas Beaver Shaggy Elysians Friexes
Moullea Rough Cheviots and sixes for all men from 33 to 50-inch chest measure.
DlMNU i Gj
liritilrU Mirror, or
rl.'SUII Nrnlna Mt-
rlilnr, ojith B rars'
I .iu, h: l oak ranr
rnl Chairs i aak
HiDlnir laMn ,vi-
plnr Dinner Sell
anio l i.vrr.
litis lui...e 111.... w. fc.il u. 1 on , mm . 114
whii an .... ....,. ... uul ...uilUlllli . . . . V.. I
shoalnp yvu rissrtljr as thsy ttould apocar 1cUKOUJVI
la xaur bamr. itaisUa ...u n. .
Infc I im and H'ssh
stundl Iron Enam
1 lli-U IScd, brass
wire lied sprlnn
soil - toil Mallresst
III ,' Feather Pil.
lufctst I 11 11 1 1 11. 1 11 1 I .-1
I Oak I hair. I - yds.
Maillnsi n a 1 1 s h
T'olli'l Net. iile. es.
Ki 1 wl ItciN
Oak Kil. lien I I. set.
ptass iloor; Klti hen
Hanse ir Kefrlser
alori three Kit. lien
t'hairsi to i.leses of
Tlu a ure t 12 y arils
Store Open Late Saturday Night.
;;piifl ff ilaaWlf fl Mr n
We (h e Uouote jW Slampt
Until S'nonSiniilr Stamps After
$200 " $20,00 $2,50
$300 " $30.'0 M $3.00
$400 " $40.00 " $4.00
$600 " $50.00 " $5.00
I argrr Amounts la I'm port Ion.
Oar liii.s) Apply Ala n Nvw korK
Nw Jrrae), C onnet'tlt'utp Maim huat-it
nd Rhode lalnnd.
R. R. FARE.
k A I .s
Our mww Apart inralt t-oitfela.lng of Far lor,
IJhravry, Dinlnjt Kornn, llrtlt
flrfsnd Hmtttiu Furnlttirtfi nlun "to
I Rocker with Every
ON ELECTION DAY
$ -g .00 WEEKLY I FREE
Turkish Rocker with
v. ..ii ..i.r..".. i r,i s- w im sa amss i -,-irrsVN
g LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS
I $3 T SSORELSSET i$7-"T$lM
$5 T $75159 to gjtjm $150
351 Block 8th Av.36lht
Newark. N. J., Store. 49 and 51 Market Street
We Open Accounts From
$5 to $1,000
ON SHALL MEEKLY PAYMENTS.
V.E UtVE FREE INSURANCE
In case ol the death ol the wage
earner ol your family .we win ai
aive you a receipiea dim in
tail of your account wiinout
Any advertised srtlrlaa may he lurtuded t
sour oatllt or you ran open an arroont by
baylsai a slnpla advertised artsrls or yoo
advertised article to your ar
ubla Stamps yttj
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
The Most Important Money Saving Event of the Year
Holiday Merchandise is on the way and we
need room. We must dispose of all odd Pieces
and odd Lots at once. Don't delay never before
have prices been so terrifically slashed. And
selling will be rapid. Every article on sale shows
Savings of One-Third to One-Half
" SpJce Cabinets a5C
Choice of 100 pattarm,
styles sod sixes. Hand
painteil. Some sre sroith
as much si $10. Your
Made of best Austrian willotvi strongly
Itnisiied. ins' sues
S ol best
59c imperii i Cr stal Fruit Bowl
39c FF 39c
fiise nf rahlnat 1 1 Vi Inrhes In helaht.
V Inehes In
r tin ifiTri
Oreen or analier
frlnse. Very pp.
Very larie and (anry slisiie, aral
loned eds'e. Very beaulltiil deelga.
A wonderful bargain at Vile.
$1 Kitchen Sets
Coasts tins- of H use
$20 KITCHEN RANGE i2.i5
Kltra lutrrpv and lint Hansr. lurir
i. i n, hi'ini mHt-lroii -onslni( tlun,
full iii... I irlmnifdi m r-srular SdtO.aN,
is i - 1 1 sod u sjrt-Mi ir- -I o nr
uln. nt ltwi.lFO
In il- Jewel Hour on.
Br us s)7C
Kslra large. No, T else, of lire! sele, led
broulii ,'orn. A tremendous uureliase of
these regular IMtr brooms enables us
to offer Ihem al, ehelrr. ."tile.
91.50 Foldinp Iror lng i abl-. ttc
i sn lie
and i lossd
JKI.I.V II Mltims
Alr.iight f'livers wurth
Ilk' irr doten, a e
Iloien 1 DC
Kstra large slse:
very strona and
e o m f o rlahlei
stered la green,
tan or maroon
h.r.llr.,1 1. - -
tHES7i-?Jt' Ho 'I
very s u e r I a i
. -7 .. nun mi to waii.ihi.
I P7f7 V ?KW band and
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