THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921.
TUBE GUARD IN ROW
MISS NADINE NASH
IS THE BRIDE TO-DAY
OF J. M. BLACKWELL
Woman Witness Says Alterca-'
tion With Another Pre
ceded Fatal Accident.
Director of Public Pnfety John
Uentlcy of Jersey City Iw-pan nn In
vestlcatlon to-day Into the death of
Elwyn Lee IJarron of tlio J. Walter
Thompson Company In the Hudson
Manhattan tube last Tursday. The
company Insists It ban been unable
to! And out how Mr. Barron, a pas
senger, got out of a car and was
ground to death.
Director Uentley to-day said he hail
examined a woman whose Identity
lor the present he said he was keep
ins secret. He said she informed
him that when the car left the Krlo
terminal the guard was In a row with
.a woman and as ho closed the door
It caught the foot of Mr. Uarron.
While Mr. Ilarron was protesting the
guard rang the bell and t ho train
"Mr. Uarron, the witness said, con
tinued to cry out that his foot wn
being crushed and tho iruard made ni.
effort to release tho door. Ho fulled
end went to a sld door, removed a
collapslblo seat, touched a button
somewhere that thruw on the air and
the door opened.
Aa it did, the witness said, tli.
train hit a curve and Mr. Uarron weift
through tho door, having only one foot
to stand on and being off his bal
ance. Director Bentley said, the Public
Utilities Commission hud Informed
him to-day It was sending Investi
gators to assist him, nnd he hoped
noon to get something more definite
than the veiled reports of the Hudson
nnd Manhattan Company us to the
manner in which tho accident occurred.
IN FIGHT FOR LIFE
PREMIER TELLS HIS
nit Atinitr (ft If rtrirlnilnrtfirM Tllv1(nn. .Tnm Trftv nnit Thnmn Tlrftrintn. verc
sndUdwnrrt Oiillnglicr, Vernon Avenuo orderud to the command of trra Fifth
to Fort Ilnmlltun. Atunuu Hiuiiun and lliu Olnssou Avenue
The two cuptmii.t nppolntcil yrslnruny. St Hun, it'i-peUlvely.
GIRL DYING OF BURNS,
PLAYED WITH MATCHES
Maid to Have Set Clothluic
Afire In Chicken Coop.
Five-year-old Rita Schilling of No. 8
Forest Avenue, Caldwell, N. J., is be
lieved to by dying at tho Mountainside
Hospital, Glen nidge, from burns she
suffered yesterday when sho and two
little boys were playing with matches In
an unused chicken coop In th back
yard of u next door neighbor, Charles
It Is snld on of thr boys llRhtrrt a
snatch nnd playfully tlinit It Inward
lllta. whos Hum cluthltiis i-hiikIiI tin-.
When the bos got tlm duor opun the
illtlf girl run out seronming .Mr, Hcn
drlck saw the slttiution fiom hU win
dow, caught up a rug and. smothered
MISS MADINE NSH
Ceremony Set for -I O'clock This
Afternoon in St. Bartholo
Miss Nadlne Nasi), daughter of 'he
Into Henry P. Nash, will be married ut
o'clock this afternoon at St. Ilartlio
lomow's Chapel to Jnmea Madl.ton
Ulackwoll, son of Mr. and Mrs. doorce
II. Ulaekwell, of No. 42 Kast Slst Street.
Tlie Uev. l.oghton Parks will officinto
Thi bride's mother, lice tiara Louiie
Ityder. who a noted beauty of the early
M'a. Miss Nash Is a grnndduuKhter of
the late .Stephen P. Nash, sfconcl P'eii
dent of the American liar Association.
Miss Nash, who will ho attired n a
gown of white chiffon and roso olit
lace, will lo attended hy Mrj. Stephen
P. Nash Ithoades, of Short Hills, 4. J
as matron of honor. Aloxunder lambort
llartour will bo tho best man.
Mr. Blarkwell Is a lawyer with offices
at No. 63 Wall Street. He served a year
overseas as Captain In the 308th In
fantry. He Is a member of tho Union
and Columbia Unlverstlty Club, the So
ciety of Colonial Wars and Delta llappa
The ceremony will lie followed with a
reception at the homo of Mrs. Chailes
Uuthrle, No. S East G2d Street, with
whom the bride resides.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulaekwell will make
their home at No. 114 Kast Slst Street.
Up to Fearless Youth to Save It,
Says Dr. Farratnl at
ITHACA. Oct. 20. IMucatlon la the
only solution for the economic, po
litical and hwlal Ills of the world,
I)r Livingston l'.irrand, President of
Cornell University, declared ut his
inauguration her" to-dnj.
"The ftprend of knowledge is es
sential to the survival of our modorn
democracies," Mr. Karrand declated.
"The world Is being trlud with fire.
Our civilization U righttmr for its
very existence. Kolutlon Is not to be
reached by local adjustment. Ac
ceptance of International responsi
bility Is unavoidable.
"It Is to tho rising generations
that tho world must turn for help, it
Is to a youth trained to sec clenrly,
to view broadly, to Judge fairly and
act fearlessly that wo must look for
I'linnffrnr Krrd nn If uiulclilt
Charge. Joseph Stanley, thirty, of No. 34s Kast
."i2d Street, n chauffeur for the Amer
ican itallwny Express Company, was
discharged by MagLstrate Rltteuberg
to-day when he faced him In YorkvlIIe
Court on a charge of homicide.
Mrs. Rose Boyer of No. til East 17th
Street, whose sob was killed, told Mag
istrate rtlttcrrberg sho did not wish to
press the charge.
I.loyd George, a "Disciple uf!
Christ," Attends Baptist
HHKINGFIHLD, 111., Oct. 20. Con
troversy over the religious affiliation
of David Lloyd George, who has been
cla.med here by both Disciples o
Chrbrt and UapttMs, was settled to
day by I.,!oyd George hlmselr, wlw
chum neither the one nor the other,
but claimed them both.
In a letter responding to the lyuery
the British lrlme Minister wrote that
he "Is a member of tho Disciples Of
Christ, but attends the Baptist
chapel." At the Disciples' conven
tion tho lives of L.Ioyd George, former
President Garlleld nnd Champ Clark
were discussed from a religious
standpoint as thrco outstanding fig
ures of tho faith.
6 POLICE CAPTAINS SHIFT
THEIR POSTS IN BROOKLYN 1
llsnb and 1'llr Won.lrrlnK If I
4vltchea Were lue to llleetlnn.
Six police captains were shuffled about
In Brooklyn through orders Issued to
day by Commissioner Knrlght. Also two
new captains were assigned to Brook
lyn precincts. The rank and file of the
department Is wondering whether the
coming election has anything to do with
the ahifts. The transfers were
Capts. John J, Hughes, from Port
Hsinllton to Bath lach: Charles 13.
Northrup, Ilath Beach to Prospect Park;
James Walsh. Prospect 1'ark to New
town: Illcliard Urey, Fifth Avenue to
Vernon Avenue; Thomas Karmer, Cias-
Warm Winter Coats
For Women and Misses
Take commodious elevator
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and note savings in prices.
392 Fifth Ave. at 36 St.
Second ifloor-SttAp. Glcuatoz-i
Illinois Miners Ask It rt urn
f43,0(0 Srnt to Kaunas.
ITTTSBU1W. Kan.. Oct. 20. Ke
turn to tho treasury of tho Illinois
ndners of the $43,000 balance of a il00.
000 fund sent to the Kansas miners to
fight the Industrial Court law, has been
asked by Walter Nesblt, secretary
treasurer of the Illinois district.
CblraRn Hank Mfiirnirr nobbed
CHICAGO. Oct 20. -A messenger for
the Calumet Tnift and Savings' Hank
of Pullman, in., a ruDiirii ur i-ii.
caeo, whs In'ld up and robbed to da of
, tfi.OuO. The messenger was picpnrlnK to
board a tr.iltf to lake the money to u
f'hlcngo benk when three men drew
, up In an automobile and seized tho
FIFTH AVENUE AT OS STREET.
Speaking of Fashion at Prices
That Speak for Themselves
Arranged in Two Specialized Groups
REPLICAS OF CHARLOTTE MODELS
ill moussyne or duvet cachemire with treat
ments of squirrel, beaver, Persian lamb or
mole; also tailored compose suits of veldyne
combined with velour check.
SMART TAILORED SUITS of duvet de
laine or yalama introduc! wing collars,
cable stitching, self strapping or double
pocket effects; also suits of herringbone
tweed with collars and pipings of moussyne.
The Vogue of the Moment
Soft, closely fitting hats of fine felt are
trimmed with fur to match one'o suit
American broadtail, kolinsky dyed squirrel,
gray squirrel, mole or caracul. A new fashion
note, too, is Oxford felt with fur applications.
1 6.50 to 28.00
flirfvitue 34 STREET JBcoadwau
Offer Friday and Saturday
Women's and Misses' Coats and Wraps
Unsurpassed in Style and Value
TN this collection of distinguished winter coats and wraps, every woman and miss can
gratify her most exacting taste in style, her most sanguine expectation of value, for
every worth while coat fashion is represented and every coat offers supreme value.
At this modest price comes a
swagger model for sports or
general wear, made of soft Nor
mandic, with a lovely throw
scarf collar ending in deep silk
fringe. It is fully silk lined with
Peau de Cygne and tailored with
an English trimness of line.
The WRAP Vogue for Winter
finds expression in the one pic
tured to the right long and
6lendcr of line, with a chin collar
of natural Caracul or Squirrel. Of
Panvelalne, heavily interlined and
silk lined. In the new shades
including navy and black.
Wolf, Nutria, Mole, Fox or Aus
tralian Opossum collars beauti
fully made coats of Veldyne,
Eolivia, Jessica or Normandie.
They are warmly interlined and
finely silk lined with Crepe de
Chine, Pussy Willow or Peau de
Cygne. Each a fitting illustration
of Orkin value. One pictured.
Genuine Beaver makes a large,
handsome collar for a coat of
Luxura Cloth, smartly full at the
sides, and trimly held in by a
slim tie-belt. Other models at
this price arc richly trimmed
with Squirrel, Mole or Wolf
and present very exceptional
The New Bloused
Coat with Fur Collar
is exceptional value at
And there arc many other smart models at this
price. Fabrics include Panvelaine, Normandie
and Jessica, and all are fully lined with Crepe
de Chine, Pussy Willow or Peau de Cygne.
And generous fur collars of Beaver,
Mole, Wolf, Fo, Nutria and Aus
Other Exquisite Fur Trimmed Coats up to $22500
last year at
$110 to $115
to look over
this year's at
$65 to 85
That is the
story and this
is the store !
4 to 16 West 88lh Street
5 to 9 West 87th Street-Street Level
A New "Hartmann"
Priced Extraordinarily Low
This new trunk, made according to our owri speci
fications, is full-size, 25 inches wide, with round
edges and sides, 13 metal-end hangers, a large shoe
box, laundry bag, 4 drawers mid hat compart
ment, and the famous "Ilartmaan" locking bar
that locks all drawers at once. An unusually at
tractive cretonne ii- U6ed in the lining.
Lord & Taylor
It Makes Little Difference What You Need
A World "Want" Ad. Will Go and Find
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