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LOVE, PATHOS AND TRAGEDY IN THE DRAMATIC STORY OF "MY LADY'S DRESS" AT THE PLAYHOUSE VLSSSJSSS
ESSrSmSTS AM ITALIAN UDMANCLt AM I6W CUMlOv OvtH DUK.H LACE- THt rUJWtO MAMCft. OtHINp 7IC SCtNtO AT Tut MOOISTt.
BIT A GIFT HORSE.
Wfc. At4r4 ON Frleaal U the
When Itenrr Zelmer, once wealthy
but now penniless, waa arrested last
Sept 21, charted with forgery In rt
check caee, Samuel Zimmerman, a mil
llnery dealar at No. C Great Jone
street, and an old friend, came to hid
assistance. He got Zelmer out of hla
trouble and rave him a. Job, but the old
man (Zelmer la sixty-seven year oil)
did not seem to appreciate the help,
I and on Oct 10 Zimmerman had to let
him co. A few days later he found
that many check had been stolen from
hi mall, and when one of thorn wait
traced to Zelmer Detective Laukeinnn
arreated him lait night In the name sn.
loon In Hond street where Luukeman
had cntiKht him before.
In l0o the police arreated him for
running a divorce mill. It was found
that Maimer and his partner hud eot
more than 100 divorces on fraudulent
testimony and Zelmer was sent to
prison for ten years.
SAVE YOUR TEETH.
Mke Taut La e'( fa-i'tit Tee A Pkra.
Sheni and Health? . Try TMt rrtmasM
Pretcnplion -rta el Est
Dou't lose your
sary now There is no rraaafl why
eVrrybocU cannol have good firm Uftb.
healthy ffuni. and get rid of the haakilix.
lion that sorr Riim-. and an uniigbllj
moulh bring. Get two ounces of
Driititta nnd professional men are
uatoniahed at the discovery of this in
expensive and unfailing prescription
for Rigg. disease and aoft. sore, spongy
Ginginol Is guaranteed. Simply de
posit the price of two ounce as an ei
denre of good faith; ue as olrected and
if this treatment does not bring the
improvement you expected lake back
the bottle and withdraw your deposit.
Thl. honorable offer it onen to death!
as wen as tne public. An) lint
drtiggit ran supply you. Advt,
BY ELEANOR SCTIORF.lt.
The? are things few of us think of,
reman cm. tragedies and romedlas
re wovan and Interwoven with
thread: the big salt tears long
atace dried and bidden In the heart of
wee at mllaaYs ooraag.
le your latest evening creation edtad
wtth a) Maek Mkle love tragedy and do
fee ww aleevea of gold lace litialhn of
t) IsMslmi twohundred-yaat.ul, rom
Jf eUaHd In HolUndT The wonderful
fair that Miss Wary Roland wears does
MM rsaet that le the way Die ohsrm
leW star ef "My Ladr'a Dree'' rose.
I wesider what the really, truly story
ef eh evolution of that drraa actually
lav But why build fantasies on that
djraeaT I've some of my own. The
etory of "Mv Uilr'i Dress" Is the
story of every dress. Tales of love,
laiishtsr alalia and tears. The Intrigue,
cuniedy, romance and tragedy eewed la
every seam from the silk worm slate
to when your very fashionable mo
dtatt't mannequins parade the finished
predurl before your daisied eyes.
If milady seek suggestions for stun
nlng gowns "My lAdys Drees" has
scores In offer.
If, as thousands of women are, she
Is Interested In social betterment, "My
lidy'a Dreaa" will set one on the track
of a splendid course to pursue.
What an Interesting eequenee of
events of their creation could our
clothes dlrrJnen would they but lake
ua Into their confidence.
"My lady's Dreaa" ttache ua to read
between the threads.
Instant relief with 4 small
trial bottle of old
"St. Jacob's gU."
J.tmatla It "pain" enly.
'"We ewe case In fifty requires Internal
IfMtgerat. (Hop drugging Hull
etreting "81. Jacob's Oil"
Mate, aad relief comes In tantly. ' St.
)aea Oil" is a barmlese rheumatism
Nattaaat which aeter disappoint and
MRS bar the skin.
Water up Quit complaining. Get
A mall trial bottle of old. hunrtt 'St.
Jacob's Oil" al any drug .tore, and in
jaett a moment )ou'll be free from
rtsHlsaetlc pain, soreneea ami stiffness,
DM't stiller. Relief awalU yuu. ".St.
rMtVi W U just a good for eel
Matt, sanwalgia. lumbago, backs rbe,
WOMAN DIES, HEARING
OF BROTHER'S DEATH
PoNcenun Broke. News to Her of
Fatal Accident and She
Mlns Delln Cunnlnghum, ataty.four
year old. who lived alone at No. Ill
lloyt strest. Brooklyn, listened quiet
ly to-day while I'ollreman lid ward
Hart, of the Duller street station, told
her aa gently ne possible of the death
of her brother, Kdwnrd, her only
living relative, who waa crushed ho.
math thn wheels of hla own truck
yeaterdny. Ho drove for the Her an
ion Lehigh Coal Co, and waa leaning
over tho aide of hla truck aa he back
ed against the curbstone at No. 14
Uatea avenue, when he slipped from
thn aent under the wheels. .
Aa llnrl finished, Mlas Cilnnlngliaiu
slipped uniMiiiHOlou tu tho (lonri The
iioltcumuu trliid tu reauaollatu Iter,
unit. fitllliiK, nvlit for Dr. leo from tho
Holy K.nnlly Hnapllnl, The lihysl
clati needed only a Klano to tell that
the womun wiut dead. The nowa of
her brother' death had been too
great a shock.
WON'T TRY IS. CARMAN AGAIN
UNLESS SHE ASKS, SAYS PROSECUTOR
(Continued from Plret IMge.)
after the eViontlng I aaked little Klli
aheth where nho herself waa when
tho shot sounded. Khn anld nh" wita
In the dining room and ran upstairs
to her mammu'n room and found
her mamma slttlnr; on the edpp of
the bl In her nightgown. They'vn
aald Kllzabeth waa coached for tho
trial. Well, aho wnsn't coached then.
"I dr lot believe anybody bellnvea
really Mr. Carman a guilty. Mra.
Durjee, Mre. nulley'e mothor, catne
over to mo Jutt after the Jury came
In and put her hand on my shoulder
and said 'Doctor, who do you think
killed my Lulu?' I told her I'd dono
ray beat to find out and aha said aha
believed me an I .vaked ma to bring
Mra. Carman to Hempstead to sen
them and I promised I would aa soon
aa aha cornea hack from the country.
"I've been asked why I didn't eay
err the stand that Mr. Carman'e use
ef the dletegraph waa not remarka
ble beeaute tete ef women In Freepert
were utlng them. I de not know that
they are In e"ral use In Freeport.
though there are m let ef atorlet
"Mrs. Carman In a cood aport: aho
la audi a good sport that ahe refuaea
to tell mn wlin flrnt ntiKKested tho
dictograph lo her. 1 dont know who
tint atartud up all this trouhle be
tween ua. Uut I do know that any
story that we are thinking of a sep
aration la n He. Vfi love each other
nnd our child too much to think of
Mich a thing. All we want now la to
he let alone In our home,"
COULDN'T GET A JURY TO CON
VICT A WOMAN.
"I do not believe a jury In Nassau
County," said I)ltrlctAttornoy
Hmlth to-day, "can be brought to
convict a woman of murder In the
flrnt degree. Buch a conviction
might bn obtained In Klnga County,
hut I nhnll never move to take thl
cairn there. I hnve never eought to
peraecuto .Irs. Carman. I am very
sorry for hor, and whllo It waa my
duty to set the cnae nRiilnnt her hi
foro a Jury, I personally hoped for
an acquittal. We have an unwritten
law for men all over the country.
Why cannot a woman who la ren
dered reckless and ferocloua by emo
tional ntraln whether right or wrong
In her suspicions have an unwritten
law? Unless the attorneys for Mrs.
Carman demand a new trial, tbere
will be nnne.
"Thl Indictment may run aa long
aa Mra. Cartnnn lives. If the de'ense
seeks to have the Indictment quashed
I shall offer them the alternative of
n new trial. Certainly there can he
no now trial before December, when
Jllntlce Crnnn nit In Mlneola. In the
at rut of n new trlnl I I'llnk liolh allien
would be wIIIIhk to hnvn Ccllu Colo
man's testimony reucl from the record
of the mistrial. Bhe la going back to
Bouth Carolina In a few day a, but we
will know where aim Is nnd may c.ll
her b&:k If necc. .. y.
"An yet I have found no verification
that members of the Jury, disobeyed
the Judge's Instruction against dla
cuaalng the case before It wa finally
committed to them by his chams.
Even If the report la true, It would
not be ground for a new trial. It
would aubject the offending Jurymen
to punishment for contempt of court.
I am sorry for the crltlctem levelled
at the two men who felt Mr. Cnrntnn
ought to be found guilty of mnn
slaughter: they were men of a hlKh
minded type and proved their good
cltlxcnahlp by sticking to their hon
AT HIS APPOINTEES
for. He had worked hard all hla life.
lie had un Ideal home. Ills domestic
life wus as happy aa man could wish I
for. Every one liked Mr. Walcott. He
was very successful In a business way, J
"Thon there was tho financial side, i
Mr. Wnlcott couldnot hnve been mucn I
better orr in that respect. His affair
were In pcrfeot order. I huve been
Klven to understand that at about the
tlmo Mr. Walcott fell u saiuio w.is
lircd at Oovernor's Island. It happens
that a person leaning from the win
dow can ace tho Island. It Is there- 1
foro not at all unlikely that Mr. wui
colt leaned from the window."
Tho Fidelity nnd Casualty Company 1
of No. 49 Cedar street holds a 5,00
policy on Walcott's life. Testimony
waa Introduced to ahow that a per
Hon could not well accidentally fall
rrom tno window Docatiso or a radia
tor and a very broad sill.
District-Attorney Goes Up
State, While Governor
Campaigns in City.
City nilillilt Wine a I'rlae.
New Tork City hta been awarded the
first prize for civic exhibits at the In
ternational Urban Exposition at Lyons.
Woid to this elTcct lo-Uay reached Mor
ton T.. Kouutiet, who Is In charge of city
exhibits. The prize exhibits, now on
their way here, will bn enlarged and
r.hlpped to the rnamn Exposition. They
vere fathered at an expense to the city
OU outfrrow vour shops and
auiu- unu au oeiore you
can wear them out and your
mother will say that is quite
But you will never outgrow
the Best &c Cq. store.
When you graduate into
the grown-ups you will find
that Best's is still the one place
of all for the things you wear.
There will be the same ca
pable, understanding service,
and the same individuality and
exclusiveness of style that
make tnat sort ot service dos-
never nay more at
' now, and you never
Hftfi Aimui, Wut8U; Corn cftM Strut.
-TTzT ' --jjgj
34th Street New York
Exctptlonal Values Which Will Be Offered To-Morrow (Wednesday)
Special Sale of Women's Exclusive Blouses
Special Mlccllou of number of dttiirable styles, including Blouses of Oriental and Silk Shadow
Lac, Satin, Crepe tiMrgettc, Pompadour Chiffon, Velvet, Crepe de Chine,
Pussy Willow and Do Luxe Taffeta, Chiffon and other fashionable fabrics.
Actual .5.00 to 13,75 Values
Negligees and Kimonos
Mmiari Coal, LtS
Silk Alnndurin Coals
Japanese Hand Hmbroidercd Silk
Alandarin Coats in nnvv, black and
pastel colors, China silk lined, soft
IU'Kulur 8.75 value 4.95
Women's Bath Rob,cs
Beacon Blanket Uobes in Indian
and floral designs, vurious colors,
sr tin trimmed collars and cuffs.
UuKiilitr :t.75 Value 2.50
Crcpc dc Chine Kimonos
lm,)ortcJ Japanese Hand iimbroid
ercd Crepo de Chine Kimonos in
pink, blue, Copenhagen, rose, navy
Regular 16.50 Value 9.75
Crepe de Chine Underwear
An unusual assortment of dainty garments of superior
Crryxi de Chine; Lace and Uibbon trimmed
Crepe de Chine Petticoats Vsmci.oo
Crepe de Chine Nightgowns vuro.ao
Crepe de Chine Combinations. . .Values oo
Crepe dc Chine Envelop Cehemisc Va u t.os
Venetian Silk Combinations
Standard make, Umbroidered Silk Combi
nations (reinforced) in Pink, Light Blue and 2 7J5
White. -tegular 4.40 Value
Venetian Silk Bloomers Special, 1 .65
Venetian Silk Vests Special 1.35
Women's B roc lie Corsets
Special Pink and White Flowered Broche
Corsets, low top model, some with insert gore
of clastic at top. Regular 5.50 values
District-Attorney Wliltmanlcf t town
early this morning tu ' campulirrt
i through the northern and central
parts of the State. Gov. Glynn ar
rives hero to-morrow morning and
will scour the metropolis nnd suburbs
up to Monday tilgliL
Bo lacking huve boon tho usual evi
dences of enthuolasm and Interest for
both parties and candidates that man-
agora aro at sea over the result. While
Republican and Democratlo leailc.-ti
both make bold claims of cortaln au:
ceaa. this Is the ordinary political bluff
for public effect. In reality they are
puzzled and uncertain.
Political ammunition for the final
bombardment has been prepared un
each aide. Mr. Whitman la.blam
mlnir Oov. Olynn with tho roeord of
of varloua Tammany appointees In
varloua 8tata departments, aiming
particularly at the Comptroller's and
State Knglneer'a Departments. !
charges that many Tammany lead
era nd othor mnn with discreditable
records are holding olllce.s. Tlie District-Attorney
makes dramatic reel
tul of I ho llwt by reading thilr i tc
Oov. aiy.tin. who he gets to town,
Is to unllmbor heavy artillery a-id
fire the sumo kind of shallu -it Mr.
Whitman. He will read tim nt
assistant dlstrlct-attornoya appointed
ujr r. tvuiunuii H nil uiscI'im) tho
records of some of tluun. iioio rive- i
muunn concerning me subterranean
activities of I.emoul Ely Qulg-- In
Uepubllcan politics and In tho DIs
trlct-Attorney's oltlco art) to be ro
cited by the Oovurnor
William Hulxer. who will anond the
rent of the campaign In and around
this city, will speak to-nluht at Vnn.
kers. Now Itoctmllt), White I'lalns and
jiouiw vernon. n win make a whirl
wind trip through Klnca County to
morrow, speaking at elvcn meetings.
Thursday night ho will .ipoak at nine
meeting In Manhattan and the
llronx. Friday ho will makn n cam
paign through Long Island. Saturday
ii will address mass meetings on the
JURY SAYS WALCOTT'S
DEATH WAS ACCIDENT
SfUwapl & Co.
5TH AVENUE AT 37TH STREET
HAVE ARRANGED FOR TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY
A Sale of Women's Gowns
For Afternoon, Street apd Eyening Wear
Of Very Unusual Value
Choice at 16.50 Values to $49.50
Hand Embroidered Dresses of Charmeuse. Chiffon Velvet or Crcpc Meteor, lur trimmed
dresses of Satin combined with Crepe de Chine; Embroidered Dresses of Silk Velvet '
combined with Charmeuseand trimmed with Broadcloth, and Faille Silk Dreses trimmed
with Satin; also an exquisite new model with skirt of Chiffon over Satin and bodice of
Novelty Velvet, tlaborately lace trimmed.
Furniture Without Deposits.
gttreaossa IftM manner bsm never grave sattsraoi orj le ge sr. Oai
tneiaoa are iway is -mom eur patrons. si
HULL niD MAKtt VOUR OWN TBKMS W
lur rsrMl isisifsi 1. . Un Vai. f f .1,. -.t i .
Our frm$ Apply Alto to Nv fork, Nno Jinry, Long Island and t'unn-cficul.
ruv r.ANOS. PIAMjS and sewing
litAllINU OS CIEtlir
11 .00 fsraiinti or
Partner of Man Who Fell From
Window Explains the
A Jury In Coroner Henly'a court to
day found that I'hlllp K. Wnlrott or
the firm of Hawkins, DeUfleld ti
IxinKfellow did not commit snlelde
that Walcott did not Jump from thi
thirteenth floor of No. 20 Echnro
place on the morntnf of Aug. 6, but
waa leanlnu from a window when he
lost his balance nnd fell.
Ioula L. Detafleld, a member of the
Arm. told why. In hta opinion, the aul
ride theory waa out of the quustlon. ,
R fnitlttd ramll, P ill tM n Aol
1 rolu uad .Ml; If St M In I ) U,"Q
H uAi. (nine, wuhat' W II J 11 W
Bald Mr. Delafleld
"Ur. Walcott ha
lWiy fnlthtd rami.,
rMliX4 hW Ml; totSt
tiitkitnt J (nine, wuhat'
4 Rooms FuraUbed at
l-sMlWeehly. H.OO Werklf
ft. 10 Wa-aJilf
Mr. Walcott had .y.rythlnn.th.t a 7K0-7&9. Xlh kV0 I Ar. 4Rlh St. VEBTSimXSZSr
nrnno IK Ommi!
lining II nniiiitr
miiivv hi VIVIUIM
Ambassador to Germany
Will Be Given
With Every Copy
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