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THE EVENING WORLD, FEIDAT, JANUARY 24, 1918.
WAN HE THOUGHT
AS BLACK HAND AGENT.
Had Received "Order" to
! (3ve Up 500, but Took
frank Ourlach. or T. Culltco, It
In the City Hospital In Jeraev
II' wan shot six tlniee lt last
Iht In nn encounter near the brMo
ch Spans Ihr Morris Canal at Ave- I
'. A Hla k Ilaml demand for
y Ik said to h.ivn lel to tha af-
I'ulllcn, tha police aay. waa the
sent liv th run ro meet tha
upon whom Bit dni.inl wast
HllM aa found on an rasrbounil
Vfomery etrett trolley ear late at
Iht by Patrolman Kodarar. Ha raa
V steak. Ha said lia had bran shot
iiolnt on "i" Hudson Boulevard
ramovad from tha place whin
pollca found a man haid baan shot
Patrolman O'Nell maanwlitla had ar
rested Tony Perado of No. (0 Wut
Maetesntli street, Bayonne, on a oh aria
fM Caul-Tins' a concealed "weapon. Parado
Ml that ha had received a demand tor
pN. Ha waa to pay It to a man whom
t would mart at midnight 109 fact aaat
canal brldara He waa there hut
for trouble. He eys that he met
I who had a tarolear In hie hand
oth began flrlrur aa aeon as
w he wets also armed.
intklM under 1500 hall Judte
WIW he had made the bond
a he could.
ALTON THEATRE OPENS.
villa With Papular Prlcee.
te Hamilton Ttiesvtra, a near plaT-
a Owe Hundred and Forty-sixth
and Broadway, was oDanerl last
with elaborate oaramordaa to tha
I of vaurksville and ohoto nMva.
he new house, wnteh tias a aaatlns;
my or z.w. la another link in the
i wMoh iMeasrs. 'toaa and Rrs.1l i,. v.
ajradueilly building tap in tha c-Ky.
a uniaiai wim me onwiMdaitwl
r OomtSLnv. said now Mnimi t -
airaa oavoiaa 10 popular pure vainle-
s. ixie oDmina mu in-mi,.
(exits, wrth photo plays.
Time It! No Indigestion.
Gas or Sourness Five
H what you just air i souring on your
stomach or lie like a lump of lead, refin
ing to digest, or you belch gaa and eruc
late tour, undigested food, or hare a feel
ing of dittinett, heartburn, fulness, nau
tea, had taate in mouth and stomach
headache thin it indigestion.
A full case of Pane a Diapepsin coal,
only fifty cents and will thoroughly cure
your out-of-order stomach, and leave
sufficient about the house in case some
one else in the family may euffer from
stomach trouble, or indigestion.
Aek your pharmacitt to thow you the
formula plainly printed on theee fifty
cent cases, then you will understand why
dytpeptic trouble of all kindi mutt go,
and why they usually relieve sour, out-of-order
stomachs or indigestion in five
minutes. Diapepsin is harmless and
tastes like candy, though each dose con
tains power sufficient to digest and pre
pare for assimilation into t he blood all
the food you eat; nesine n mane you
go to the table with a healthy appetite,
but what will please you mat is (hat
vnu will feel that your atomarh and in
t ratines are clean and fresh, and you will
not need to resort to Isxstives or liver
pills for biliousness or constipation.
This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them, but
you will be cranky about thii splendid
stomach preparation, too. if you ever
try a little for indigestion or gastritis or
any other stomach misery.
Get some now, this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble and
Regular Prices $4 to $8.50
A clearance of imported hand baga; a splen
did assortment in which are included leather,
ilk, velvet, braid tinsel and a number of other
very desirable bags- To gain space for our
new spring styles now coming in we make this
tpeeial clearance price. M,, rim
AIL CARS TRANSFER TO:
Lexington to 3d Avenue
50th to 60th Street
Sale of Hurt Books
These are books slightly injured during
the great holiday rush, or perhapa a trifle shelf
worn. Many valuable works of History,
Biography, Travel, Letters, Art and Fiction,
formerly 50c to $6.00, now offered
At 5U0c, 15c, 25c to $2.00
Saturday Will Be a Day of Great Opportunities in This Sale
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
Bonwit Teller & Co.
Clearance Sale Final Reductions
Misses and Girls Apparel
Misses' Tailored Suits
Msde of velveteen, corduroy and rhevrons. t C fi
Size.MtolS. Kormr::- uatoIMO ld.UU
Misses' Tailored Suits
Tailored and Irimmcd models, of velveteen, corduroy, chevrons, two f Sf
tones. Formerly up to 39.S0 I V,t)v
Misses' Dressy Suits
Blouse. Norfolk end tri
models, of ratine. broadtlotli. velvet
andcordurov. Formerly up 1 .1 49.10
Misses' Street Coats
Of mixtures and imported novelty fabrics.
Formerly up te (9.90 10.00
Misses' Dress v Coats
Siirs 14 to 16.
Of broadcloth, chinchillas; velvet trimmed. a L C f .C 1 t Si
Formerly up to 35.00 IU.OU IX 1V.OU
Qirls' Washable Dresses
1.95 2.50 3.95 5.95
Of gingham, c ham bray, linen and repp. A variety of styles in light and dark colors.
Girls' Street and Dressy Coats
Formerly up to 15.00
An assortment of models, in Melton, Chinchille and Corduroy.
Crepe de Chine Petticoats
Value 5.00 and 5.50.
In all shades and white, trimmed with Val. and shadow Iscc-resebuds and ribbon.
Odd Negligees and Kimonos
13.75 18.75 29.50
Formerly up to 55.00.
Made of lace-trimmed crepe de chine, and Japanese silk kimonos, hani -m.
Crepe de Chine Negligees
Empire model, trimmed with shadow lace and chtff on rosei. f "7 r-
V Value 19.75 1 1 .75
Lace Coat Negligees
Empire model, of crepe de chine, long draped cost ol lace. - p-rv
Trimmed Caracul & French Seal Coats
Formerly 95.00 to 1 10.00.
Trimmed with contrasting furs or plain.
TO CLOSE OUT
Children's Fur Coats
Formerly 22.50 to 29.50.
Formerly 35.00 to 45.00.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
Consisting ol Women's,
Misses' and Girls'
APPAREL AND SHOES AT 60c ON THE DOLLAR
Here Are Some of the Many Wonderful Money Saving Offerings This Bloomingdale Sale Brings:
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10HH Men's and Youths' $10 to $20 SHUfcS AYimito
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Suits and Overcoats
At $(-88 and 9-88
This Special Offering Includes:
Belted Back Coats,
Shawl Collar Coats,
34 -Length Overcoats.
Blue Chinchillas. Black and
Gray Kerseys and fancy
2 -Button Sacks,
Fancy Worsteds. Black
Thibets, Gray and Brown
Sizes from 14
to 21 years I And 33 to 50 chest measure
Stock to Be Sold for $12,273
The shoe department was Vogel Bros.' leader. This sale is a chance of a lifetime.
Women's Shoes and Oxfords
Patent or Blark Shoes. $1 SO $1.48
Black or Tan Shoes 3.50 l.tfl
Black. Tan, Suede and
Fancy Shoen 4.00 J.35
Black, Tan, SueJe, Vel
vet and Silk Shoes . 5.00 2.19
Girls' Shoes and Oxfords
Large Oirli' High Cut.
Tan or Black (3.50
Girls' Regular or High. 2.50 1.45
Oirls" RrKiilar or High. 10(1 I 20
Girls' Button or Lace. 1.50 ,j
nAi, M Including All
SPflinil Voce I Bro.'
Small Lota of
Women's High Shoes, Oxfords
and Slippers and Girls' High
Shoes and Oxfords,
formerly up to $3;
Boys' Shoes and Oxfords
Russia Calf, or Patent.
Button or Last 13.00 SLM
Patent Colt. Gun
Metal and Bom Calf. 2.00 1J
Small Boys' Shoes 1.50 .9S
Men's Robbers aid Boots
Vogel's Women's 65c
Storm Rubbers, 39c
Gum Rubber Boots. . $3 85 $3.39
1 Buckle Arctics 1.7S .
4 Buckle Arctics 2.70 1.7V
Storm Rubbers 1.00 M
Strap Sandal Rubbers. .75 AB
Also a Special Sale ol MEN'S SHOES
at about $1 leas than regular prices
Men's $2.50 Leather-lined l Men's $3.00 Sample Shoes
atulVkikld CI CP' various styles uiul
Rlurhers 31aJ leathers
including special purchases and several lota from our stock.
Mrn'a $3.50 Russia Calf
and ON Metal, but
ton or laco
adnaUon luifs? $4-95, $6.95 & $9.95
Norfolk and double breasted models, in sizes 7 to 1 7 years
Men's $4.00 Trousers, $2.95
3,000 pairs worsteds, cheviots and staple
blacks. Sizes 30 to 50 waist
-,.,l Flour. Oth St. Section.
1,000 Men's Hats Reduced
Derby and Soft Hats.
$1.00 Hats at. 50c $1.50 Hats at 75c
$2.00 Hats, to go to-morrow, at $1.00
WM. VOGEL & SON'S Stock
ol Men's ALL Linen Collars,
Formerly $4.00 Per Dozen
6 Fr 75c 12 fot $1.38
Fortune hss fsvored us once more. Wm. Vogel Bs Son. 44th
St. and Broadway, retired from business, and nil the collars
that were embraced in their high grade haberdashery stock
have been sold to us at very murh less than their actual value.
They are all fresh and perfect ; most of them recent pur
chase?, and in their original packages.
Included, too, are famous "Gotham" 50c. pure silk soft
collars, and the well known "Vogel" make of fancy stripe silk
and mercerized Oxford soft collars.
All the newest styles arc in the assortment styles that
everv nood ilresaer is familiar with. IncluJed are:
lAstor I Victoria I Buckingham
New Cadillac St. Regis Times Square
iHermitsce j Gerard Gotham.
I Metropole i Long Acre I
Altogether 1,500 dOSJStl. Vogel's price. $4.00 per dosen;
during this sale, half dozen. 75c; dozen, $1.38. Sizei 14 to
18 N'o mail, C. O. D. or phone orders.
taBsJaajSalaV, jiiln Hast, tut" St, Sartwn.
1,200 Men's Shirts , at 88c
That are worth $1.50 and $2.00
There are 1,200 splendid Jacquard Madras $1.00 and 51.50
shirts in this Saturday offering. They comprise the entire sur
plus stock of a well known maker who is desircua of clearing
decks for new spring goods. He closed out this 100 dn to us
at a fig. re much below his cost price, and we offts tSstso to you
at the same ratio of reduction.
This make is well known for its quality, liberal size, finish
and fit. Light and medium tone or striped effects, hairline, double
and cluster stripes; plenty of black stripes as well as blue and
kalln Sizes 14 to 18. Mil- Hoof, oth Si SseUas,
Legs of Spring Lamb
Saturday, at 18c lb.
In other stores throughout the city Spring Lamb is selling
at 22c a pound and even higher. Here we combine excellent
quality with most moderate prices in lamb as well as other choice
Roast Pork, city dressed,
worth 18c, lb
Lefts of Canada Lamb, spc
cia! for Saturday, lb
Maryland OaOOOi fresh killed,
worth 25c, lb
Young I ri sh Killed Fowls, l
weighing from 3 to 4 lbs., lb. 1 1) 21
SPECIAL! Rib Roast, the be t that the market
affords, worth 18c, spe.ial pr.ee per lb
Saturday will find our hosiery
store ready with thousands of
pairs of superior hosiery for
every member of the family at
unbeatable low prices.
Women's 2 - Thread C o t t Q n
Stockings, seamless, 10c J
Women's 25c Fine ;auge Silk
Finished, Mercerized Hosiery;
black, white and tan; 1 ')!
Women's Imported Full-Fashion-ed
Stockings, plain and lisle thread
lace eflects. Never retniled for
less than $$C variety of I C
Women's 50r Pure Thread Silk
Stockings, full fashioned;
black, white, tana, aky . Lit
Men's Half Hose:
Men's 10c 2-Thread Cotton Socks,
full aeamlrss; variety of colors and
black; at the very special sale B
price, will be OC
Men's 2Sc Socks, highly merrerizrd
standard makes, with linrn fcoles,
high spliced heels ,md toes; 1 T
variety of colors and blaM V. C IC
Men s Jc and .0c Socks, purr
thread silk, linen heels and toes,
and imxirted. lull regulur made
mercerized half ln-si , varirty "1 O
of colors IDC
Men's Me and 7S. Fancy Silk
Sinks, first quality; in drop iitch,
jatqtiard and nuttled rnix
tures; pure bilk thread, all rjQ
Boys' and (iirla' J.ic Socks, white,
with stripes i.nd Jacquard W
styles; in a variety ot colors I V
Children's Uc lisle I 'bread Stock
ings, plain and lacr boot styles, all
imported, full regular made, black,
tan and wlutr; strictly (irst O
quality; at. OC
Children's .5i Mercerized Fine
Ribbed Stocklngn, first quality;
in black, tan and white; all I Q
sizes 1 ij(
Miaaaa' $i o Pure silk Stockings,
extra gwxl quality! in black, rQ
white, pink and iky . . OSft
Bros Price $40.
Made of choice, full skins, besutifully moired.
in weight, yrt decidedly warm. Lntest box beck,
with fsncy ailk. 52 and 54 inch lengths.
Other women's Fur Coats from Vogel's:
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Ponr . . . S'jr. no .tn.no
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Marmnt . t.i.i.a arz.no
t rrnrll s ; r, an a.VMMI
( annul . . . STA.00 t.Mi.mi
MuletonSr I, 'film an.-, no
iIiiiImiii Bsal,S300.00 allium
Mole ullel I lis. no .1 I.I.OO
I ?2 IMP
MmtT . .
K.l.lr . i
All 52 to 54 inches long, in
Istrat effects. n.
1,1 Ml no ail3A.M
Sightly Coney Fur Sets. Vogel Bros.'
Price $15. 00 7F
Ours Is vOalti
Seta comprise an animal scarf or Russian Shawl, with
large head and tail trimmings, and large half barrel or
pillow mtilf, trimmed to match.
Other desirable Pur Sets from Vogel a:
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tsn.no air. 00
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tO.OO .30. .-Ml
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.isn no a.'nt.iMi
a HmMm. a I . km
Also Kussian sable,
ermine, silver dp foa, etc.
Women's and Misses' Smart Cloth Coats, M A.
Vogel Bros.' Prices $6.00 to $10.00, at . . $d.9?J
A wonderful assortment in many new styles, including Johnny Coats, English Walking
Coats, Ulsters, belted effects, fitted coats, etc. Chinchillas, Scotch Tweeds, double-faced ma
terials, black Thibet, mixtures, plaids, wide wales, etc. Other women's and misses' cloth coatn:
Scotch Mixtures, laVga variety
Chinchillas and Chinchilla Coats
lloucle and ISroadcloth Coats
Broadcloths, Mixtures, UWncbJllaa. $25.00 $12.75
Velours, Chinchillas, Boucla. $30.00 V14.7S
Brocaded Velour, Broadcloth. $40.00 flf.M
Charmeuse and Serge Dresses. Vogel
Prices Up to $25.00. $12.75
For Women and Misses. The choice includes Bedford
Cords, Whipcords, Epongr, Metanline and other desirable
materials, as well as Charmeuse and Serges; black,
nayy and other popular colors, hani'scmely trimmed
and ;lai;i tailored styles, include new Bulgarian effects,
cutaways, Robespierre effects, etc.
iir,..f. ,, . I to, OS an.nx
I hlttnii and
Ilre.se. . ..13,100 ata.Til
Hllka. I hlr
lilllaellra . I'll all IHI.IIS
and eveninit dresses reduced
serf - nail
Nrrsea . . .
H hTiM iirila 113 IS aVI.Trl
Also a number of street
10 aa a,",. no
n the same proportion, $25.00 to $J.V00.
lil H rr.
Fine Tailored Cloth Suits,
Bros.' Prices Up to $20.00.
Women's and Misses' stylish Suits of Serge, Worsted
Mixtures, Tweeds and other fashionable materials, in
black, navy, brown and mixtures; cutaway, straight
front and one sided effects; all late models; some satin,
others ailk lined.
Other Women'a and Misses Tailored Suits:-
I ali r Ira
.11.1. on ar.oa
.its oo aia.r.i
I arl a
Also extremely stylish suits of velour de lain., velvets,
wide wale, cponce and other imported fabrics, all seizing
at the same large savings. 14
Silk and Lace Veils
From the Voel Bros. Stock
In a great dispersal of Vogel Bros.' stock
to morrow the following extraordinary values
in fashionable veils are included:
ml Heavy Mini White Silk Shetland Vehs,
1 1 . vaidr long, loimer prices 50c to 7Sr, O as
clearance price ODC
Mai k and Colored Silk Chantilly Luce Veils, 1 ' ( 4 A
yards lormei prices up to $1.50, each XlFC
New I'aria Veilings, in shadow and chenille combi- (JA
nations, blacksand magpie. b d ial price, yard OUC
From the Vogel Bros. Stock
The remainder of the Vogel Broa. stock of fine
Robespierre collars, feather boas, etc., will be
closed out to-morrow far under price. Examples:
Sat in Robespierre Collars, with cascade pf pretty shadow
laces, in black and white, former price 25c I'll
each, clearance price XwlC
72-Inch Real Ostrich and Marabout (pr qq
Boas, former price $7.50 esch, at aQtJ.kfO
Real LaceNeckwear, coat collars, Real Irlah Lace AO
Collars, etc., former price $2.00. clearance price. Sf OC
Girls' White and Colored Repp Dresses at $1.87
Trimmed with embroidery
and buttons, and made with full
pleated skirl, rizes6to 14 years.
Oilier girls' dress values in the
Vogci stock :
Children's Colored Percale ,
and White Lawn Dresses l .)t
Children's White Repp and Q
l.uvtn Dresses OOc
Cirl' Fine All Wool Serfte u.
( Ills' Colored Percale and
Linene Dresaea, some middy Q
Children's All Wool Cloth el
St.ai.l Kl,..s-. Islington Ar. Hn-tlon
All Cars Transfer to BLOOMINGDALES'. Lex. to 3d Ave. 59th to 60th St.
Sunday World's "To Let" Ads. Simplify Home-seeking by
Saving Time, Temper and Tramping.