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1 & niDI 'C IMTIIITIflM I m uiiilu in i ui nun THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTO'BER 19, 1921. PROVES TRAP FOR ESCAPED SLAYER Stenographer Causes Arrest of jr. Fugitive Who I nree I imes Broke Out of Prison. A (irl'a hunch rerultrd In the cnp 'V tw of An escaped 'lifer," who la held to-day hy the Newark nuthorl T'' tle for the arrival of Massachusetts V; detectives. Miss Alice Donnelly, g oljhtecn, stenographer for her father, James P. Donnelly, realty broker at No, i07 Market Street, Newark. Is the . hsrolne. r- Tstorday a roan callod on Donnelly, '? bought a house for $1,000 and gave hla cheok for SS00 on the Bank of Commerce, Rochester. He aatd he ,p iras Sulllran J. Rcllly of Rochester, and asked for a loan of $30. Don Ct neBy wrote a check for X80 and sent hla daughter with the cheeks, one to VL be deposited and one to be cashed, g 'Kiss Donnelly had not liked the looks of Rellly, and when she reached tho j; Union Trust Company she reported her suspicions and asked that tho Hoc.he.iter bnnk bo callod on the tele phone. "Unknown here," watt the report noon made on Sullivan J. Ucllly, and ltellly was arruated und taken to Headquarters. Hrlcf Inspection of tho records wliowoil he had escaped Inst April from the MnsanchU'M'U) Stuto IIoHpltal for tlio IiiHino nt Hrldg'ivvator, ilasH., while under a llfo sentence for mur dering a Jeweler named Cohen. Then tho pollco found Hcllly'8 pic ture In tho R.illery with record of two escapes from the New Jersey Slate Prison at Trenton. In 190S, whllo mtvIiik seven years for rohbery, ltellly climbed the penitentiary wall and sot away. , 1 In 1010 he and tx others tunnelled nniW tho orison wall and tho street and Into tho cellar of tho houso rented for Uiclr puroscs by a woman, ltellly was then serving ten years for robbing an cxpiosa company ' ?2.2l0 T nm ihlrtv-nlnc. and twenty years lockcv and rode winners at all the bl(? tracks," ltellly told the police. My name is sum van j. Rogers, jn iui i mci nuutii mi whn wn.i a coke tlend. I had t55,00O salted away, but In eight months It was gone, and when wo dug out In 1910 1 blew for Paris, camo back In 1914 and got llfo for tnat uosion joo. nortEninn poim snnnmr. Mist Charlotte Boyle, national swlm mlnc champion, who ns married Mon day at tho I.lttlo Church Around tho Corner to Henry W. Clime Jr. of Koch ..in. n.fi nn imr weddlnc trio for At lantic City yesterdny and thus escaped , being nerved with uii execution of a K'20 iudKinent obtnlned here by Dr. Charles , Iliibell for denial mirvices. Tho exe cution wn turned over to a deputy sheriff In Brooklyn, htit he wll have to wait until her return to serve the paper, as It Is good only In this Stiito I POLICEMAN CLUBS ALLEGED ROBBER tR Out Jinn It Snjr. Was Ilolil InK Up Prdestrlin. Patrolman Michael Olllli .'oucht an automatic gun Kith hla blf.ckjack on Twelfth Avenue between 4ftli and 47th .Streets and as a result James O'Mallo of No. 520 West 49th Street was ar raigned In West SUlo Court to-day charged with felonious assault and vlo lillon of the Sullivan act. tllllls, iittnietrd by a pedestrian's rcreams Inst night, declares lie saw O'.Mnlli'y lioldltiK up a limn und as Clllls approached ran. In the chase the policeman fired several shots. Then, It Is charged, tho fugitive turned and pointed the gun at the policeman who laid O'Malty low with his hilly. The victim of the allegeiUhold-Up had disappeared, so dlllls lodged a com print of attempting to kill a policeman against the prisoner. Death of former 1'iillee l.lriitrnnnt. Fran'- T. Lane, retired Police Lieu tenant, died yesterday at his home. No. 1418 East 9th Street. Brooklyn. He was appointed to tho force In January, 1897, when Theodore Itoosevolt was Police Commissioner and retired Aug. 13 last because of III health. GEO. M. COHAN TO DANCfc ONTO BASEBALL STAGE iliiilta Hp Wants to (Inn n 4'liil Ma) he the lied Sor Will lie Ills. fleorgo M. Cohan Is to buy a ball club In one of the big leagues, Mr. Cohan sails for Kngland to-day on tho Cunard liner Ilcrengerla and expects to put the deal through on Monady. If ho does he will bo on the ocean and the final touches will be by wireless. It was reported that tho Cincinnati Bed Sox was the team Mr. Cohan hVl his eye on mid for which he Is nego tiating. August Herrmann, President of that organization, however, sold Inst night , In1 h!d no Information to that' effect. Mr. Cohan admitted he was nego tiating for a-club, but refused to say what one It Vas, and Is authority for the statement that the deal probably will bo closed Monday. He goes abroad to make a production In London. Woman and Man Hart In Anto. A surface car was In collision with an automobile at Broadway and 185th .Street at 1 A. M. to-day and threw out the occupantB of the machine Harvey M. Lyons, thirty-one. No. 315 Under cliff Avenue, Kdgcwater, N. J., and Florence Hlgley, twenty-two. No. 207 Highland Avenue, Wcehawkcn. Miss Hlgley was taken to Columbus Hospi tal where It was said she would re cover. Her companion was cut and bruised. N3 Ml jpANTZEN Quality Footwear FOR MEN ore snappy models in which service and style and workmanship arc pre-eminent. They are made of tested leathers that give more than ordinary wear. Our reputation, built up by over 60 years of satisfactory service, is your protection. Models for business or evening dress wear. "A good foof rule for YOU wear the Jantren Shoe" Aik lor Out Book" Tht Ahuuojlht Bi Tot." VK HAVH SO "UANOII KTOItr.S Our only nddrrwn 660 SixtluAvc, Above 38th St. OnMoniUootmiilrr Qrrr U rnr fv ffll - it?? BONWIT TELLER. 6,C0. FIFTH AVRNUE AT 38 STREET Many Variations of One Theme of Youth in Misses' Fur Trimmed or Tailored Suits AT ESPECIALLY MODERATE PRICES. 58.00 YOUTHFUL straightline models of duvet de laine or tweed, many with collars of beaver, squirrel, kit fox, wolf, rac coon or mole. 78.00 INDIVIDUAL types of mous syne, with fingertip length coats and youthful applications of beaver, squirrel, seal, wolf or opossum; tailored types of Bolivia Malay, Sorrento. Burro, Navy, Black jbjf M Sizes lit to 18 Years MISSES" SUITS THIRD FLOOR. BQNWITTXLLER.&CO. FIFTH AVENUE. AT 3 8 STREET A Special Collection of 80 SASHED COSTUME BLOUSES 12.50 . Actual Values 19.50 to 25.00 EXCLUSIVE types, with original touches that add to their distinc tion bugle jet, hand embroidery, real filet lace or compose effects. Crepe Chiffon Georgette Crepe Spanish Silk Crepe de Chine In Costume Colors BLOUSE DEPT. Main Floor Our "Iew Flowered Ribbon Girdles VERY tasteful in rotating and charming in idea they are. The tone of the ribbons ' lavender, ro3e, or blue is echoed in a flower that fastens the girdle. Or perhaps the flower is a contrast ing shade, a clever foil for the color of the girdle itself. We have had these sashes made especially for our order. You will find them charming ad ditions to afternoon or evening frocks. GROUND FLOOR Two Popular Elente Corsets ONE, for the average figure, it made of pink broche, weHboned, with low' front of elastic, and slightly higher back . $4.95 The other, for the slender figure, is also pink broche with elastic girdle top . . $3.95, SECOND FLOOR illiilU OAober Sale of Boudoir Apparel A Wool Blanket Robe $12.75, and tax This tailored model in a plaid design with square col lar and corded girdle is very warm and practical. Of Wool Albatross $14.75, and tax Is an. attractive draped model with quilted collar and cuffs, with white Jap silk lining. Of Crepe de Chine $16.75, and tax Is a warm quilted dol man robe, filled with lambs' wool and lined with China silk. Bouaoir Sacques $9.75, and tax Quilted and filled with lambs' wool, with a quilted Tux edo collar. A Bed Sacque $11.75, and tax Is quilted and filled with lambs' wool and edged with satin ribbon. SECOND FLOOR Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE Everything for the Home dressmaker HIGH time the Winter costume was well under way! And as the home dressmaker realizes this, she begins her search for the loveliest or most practical fabrics available. She will find our Yard Goods Sections a wealth of inspiration for frock or suit. Brilliant Silks Colored Crepe de Chine, $1.85 Yard A FINE heavy quality for street and evening wear. There are many gorgeous high colors, as well as street shades and paler tints. 40 inches wide. Colored Chiffon Satin, $2.95 Yard THIS heavy-weight satin has a lovely high lustre and is shown in an amazingly varied range of colors from very pale to vivid hues. 40 inches wide. Colored Chiffon Velvet and Silk Duvetyn, $7.50 Yard THESE are the loveliest, most fascinating and richest fabrics for beautiful coats and frocks. They are marked extremely low. 40 inches wide. GROUND FLOOR Colored Satin Canton, $3.95 Yard IT is a delightful fabric this clinging Can ton crepe with its satiny texture! The colors, too, are charming beyond words. 40 inches wide. New Sarin Brocades, $4.50 Yard THESE practical fabrics for coat linings are a heavy quality. We are showing many new designs at present, 36 and 40 inches wide. Wool Materials 2,000 Yards Wool Jersey Cloth $1.75 Yard NOT for many months has there been such a furore for any one fabric ! This new shipment is all wool, 54 inches wide. Sports and street shades ; also navy blue and black. 1,800 Yards Navy Blue Serge $1.95 Yard IT is an imported quality, very fine and closely woven, the Always correct material for women's and misses' suits and frocks. Its width is an additional advantage. 54 inches wide. SECOND FLOOR Very New, 'Very Original and Charming I These Imported Spangled Trimmings Tunica ALL-OVER spangled affairs in iridescent colorings, also in black and opal. $25 to $85 each All-Overs These are for the making up of tunics. They are 18 inches wide. Black, opal and iridescent colors. $6.75 to $12.50 yd. Flouncing Delicate colors, also black and opal these 36 inch spangled houncings. 5.75 to $12 JO yd. in Bandings SPANGLED too, straight row designs in black only. 1 to 83 rows wide. 35c to $6.75 yd. Metal Cloths Very fine qualities with satin backs. All colors, including gold, antique and steel. 36 inches wide. $8.50 yd. Persian Bandings Many rich color combinations are em ployed for these bandings. : to 2 inches wide. 55c to $1.25 yd. AROUND FLOOR New From Paris Beaded Bags $20 THEY are copies of fine antiques bags that have sold before this at much higher prices. The beads are unusually small, sewn with exquisite care and the colors are extremely tasteful and subdued in tone. Tax included in this special price. GR.OUND FLOOR White Slip-on Gloves $1.50! WOMEN were much surprised at the beautiful quality of these glace gloves when we advertised them a week ago. It hardly seems possible to offer a really fine. quality at such a modest price. They are overseam sewn with Paris point embroidery. Elastic at the wrist holds the front in place. GROUND FLOOR. One 'Day Only! Ginghams 55c Yard 2,000 yards marked at a special price for this one day. Checks, plaids and stripes in dozens of charming colors. These ging hams wear unusually well and launder beautifully almost any number of times. 32 inches wide. White Dotted Swiss Reduced to 50c Yard THESE St. Gall Swisses of a fine quality are greatly reduced in price for a limited time only. 31 inches wide. SECOND FLOOR 7, I 4 1 !