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THE EVE NINO WOELD, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1002.
19 CONVICTED IN HOLDUP AT GRAND CENTRAL Sentence on Wt Veteran lle ferreil T'ntll Vrobeitlon Oflleern llrpurt. Artliui Mulloj, 27 ycais uM, uc uused ol complicity In tin. altcmptcil hold-up of a York. New Haven A. Itartfotd' Ilnlll-otul easier In Graart Central station lust September, vB convicted by n Jury bofoit .linlne N'ott. In Commit rirasliiiiH, to-iluy, ul tei .in Inmr'H (Iclllii'i'.ilum Jiuncs Lows, tlif cuntilrr. ai wounded while iurtiiit' a Km witli SS&.n'JO cubIi. HI Kllutil. DelctlUe I'aul Slieu. wua ulso shot. Judge N'ott deferred Kuiitenee, wlileli carrier u maximum of ten jentn In prison, until to-morrow, when proba tion cifnecra will report on their In vestigation ol' the prisoner'!! stoiy. Molloy lived with his wife at No. 247 M'CHt 3Gtli stncl lie said lie was a veteran of the old "lst Kcplincnt. nnd wus gassed In Trance. Molloy's defense was that ho was not one of tho three who attempted In vain to pet tho ?58,000, but was in the crowd on his way to the employment bureau in the station. G1LDA VARESI WEDS CHIEF JUSTICE'S SON Mnrreil Drlde ot Iinndon I.an-jrr In Xew York. MONTREAL.. March 2J. The mar nagc 1s announced to have taken uUc ni London, England, on Morel) 1). or John G. Archibald, son ol Acting Chief Justice -mil Mis. J. S. Archibald, to AIiss Gllda Contl Yaresl. daughter of thft late Lalsl Conti. and the late Elena nresi.of Chlcaco. Tho bride started m New York in tho piny "Enter Madame." Mr. Archibald was tho flret Rhodes scholar from the l'rovtnco of Quebec to Oxford. BOXER MORAN INDICTED AS "DRY" VIOLATOR ALBANY. March 23. An Indictment Ins boon returned in Federal Court hero charging Frank Moran. hcavyweigli' bener of I'ittaburgh. with possession of and transporting lltiuor in violation of I he Prohibition law. PURSE LEFT IN LOOTED LOFT TRAPS PASQUALE Five Mnntlia After Dowerr Ilob brrr Tollee tJet Simpecteil laui. Pannunle Reale. twenty-two, of No. MH llclmont Avenue, the Urotix, was arraigned In lsx Market Police Court to-day. charged with burglary on com plaint of Harry fetark. a clothing mer chant of No. 2H Ilonerj . On Oct, 16, 1921, burglar rut their way Into Stark loft through tb" roof and had gathered roiiKldiTiible lool tngether In burlap luiKi", but wero ooinpellcd (o heat a sud den retreat when c no uf tbniii Inadver tently stepped on u burglar alnriu wire. Reale's pocketlmok was picked up in the loft and the poller have lurn look ing for blm. esterday afternnoti IV tectlves Kelly and Alrljeo located him In Kssex Market Conn, whlllier he hud been baled for a minor offenm-. (In Dec. 2(1 last Itenle was arrested charged with having stolen .t package Irom a wagon. He was nh ai d on fl.lnil Imtl. which was declared forleileil t,Iuii In' failed to appear for mil las' week. The much alleged luirglar idrntlficd tils pockctbook but puife.sses to l at a loss for its presence in Hie loot-d Stalk loft. u ASK YOUR DRUGGIST There I u v.rt.ue i 'hew 'anion natural suits aur waters that science tin nevar been able to itn tate. t Tour physician will t you there li no more uenefic'al nllmlnatlve -o estAbllsb natural a uoi to remedy Stomach, Livei and Kidney troubles ItheumaUtm, etc. Be sure to ask for genuine Im ported Caxiatiarl . you'i not be disappointed with tho results. For isle at all dealers Write for Interesting Carlsbad booklet to CWIebad Product t'., Annth HO ffHl Street. Sew York WOMEN CARRY TOWN BY TWO TO ONE VOTE Capture VII Offlees Men's Oppt altlnn Crumbles, 1)ES LACS, N. D.. March 23 Womm swept tho boards In the municipal elec tion here, winning by a two to one tatlo, complete tabulation of returns to-day revealed. The offices of chair. man of the village council, two trustees, treasurer, marshal and Justice of tin peace all went to feminine candidates. 'Diggfi better and eleanei Des Lu " wi the women's campaign slo gan. Men nincels had filed for rn- election. but olio hy one they withdrew o- oftceil tltt'e opposition ACHES AND PAINS SLOAN'S GETS 'EM! AVOID the misery ot racking pain Sloan's gets right down to the aching ;pot and relieves your pain ami you wonder why you iliil unl ile Sloan's first. Have a bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy nnd apply when you first feel puin I e freely and don't ruh nn it rstir ;... mill you will In- surprised to finil linu quickly il cases the pain nnd sends a fccline of warmth through flu aehing part. Kmc too. for rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, .sprains, nclic, paint, over worked muscles, lame back l'or forty years Sloan's has been the sland-by as a liniment in thousands of tannine Ask vour neighbor l all drnaruts -35c. 70c. $1 0. I - 1 nn4 1 Pain's! J.ll.A.JLI.B.J.U.Xl ClcRr Yoar Complexion of Blrm IfheiH, acne nnd other facial U1b flKurcment Uffe frvely lh Hop run s lrzema Ointment Oood for eczema, itching akin and other fkm troubles. One of Dr. Hoh hoii Family Itemcdlea. DrHobscm's i Eczema Ointment 6 Men and WomerCWho Make the Tribune 5Vp. 8 The Big Moment In The Life of Jack Binns A NYONE would think that the greatest moment in the life of Jack Binns would have been when he saved hundreds of pas X JL sengers on the steamship Republic by sticking to his wireless key after his ship was mortally wounded, sending out the S. O. S. until washed from his station. But no! The moment Jack likes to think of most was that when, at the close of the war, a young fellow reported back to him, wearing every decoration the Allies awarded for valor an "ace of aces" whom Jack had taught everything that enabled him to become Britain's greatest air fighter. Jack, as instructor, turned out more than 150 fighting airmen. Only a handful returned from the fray. '.prine he k Sout orcc r t e roaaway I TheJerth lit so that nroueh the S, will pass g consider- hway Com :ivo second ned to re I which on 'lidays are vcn mo-c Ichnay In td findinc Elizabeth in one dt the -week-ich halted to half an tort were y 111 extend Park. Tho oad Street, dear Road, way, Wood para'.lelinff e. or. It is roid alonj ltt Styre nan to 'h- I Daily Radio Program I Kow JACK a Radio Editor of the Tribune. On Sundays he gives you two pages of "live" stories. Daily he gives you complete Radio programs in the Tribune. SUtlon WJZ, Newark. K. J. II a. m. ts p. m. Muilel prof ram every hour. U n. in. noon, B p. m. anil 10:01 p. ra. XWathtr forecsst; J 06 p. m. Shlpplnr news. Noon and p. m. Acrlrutturat reports. 0 p. m. Arllnitton otflcltt time. T p. m. Badtlnia alorlea. 1 10 p. tn "Bta- Oimt Jfuntlrir rfnrl Native Llfo In Rhodila." as obsorvei dur ing a four years' vljlt In South Africa, by L. Pstrtck Gren.' . J.ll p. in A i-rnup f poena by potta if to-dy. Illuetratln lxjnrfellow'a poem, The Day Is Done," Interpreted by Mlii .Tn Msnner, recently director of tn chool of exnreuion. Collete of Muele of Cincinnati, who bit read before prominent audleneea In most of tho larre cities In the United States. :10 p. m. tnfirmat addreis by the Bev. Kimund M. Wyiie. D. p.. paetor Central PreaytarUn Church. Montclalr. N. J. ;S6 p. in. A p;ocram of sonca by Mix Ttayche) Emaraon. dramatlit aoprano, who won tba praises of Italian critics and quits recently. made her flret public appearance In America. 0:1S D. m. A etonit 'rarltal u telephone audience by Marie Rappold, dra- fiiKtiu nimns, wmf. nappoia wte on oC tba first aololafa to alnr at WJZ'a atudlo. . Station KDKA, Plttabnrch. Pa. to a, m. to 4:20 p. m. Hourly rautlo program. 7:: p. m. Thornton -W. Burceat'a bact. time atorlaa, J-4S p. m. News, marlttt reporta and iunimery atock quotatlona. p. m. "Peraonallty." by Herbert 7"J'. .pr'.'l!'leni Plteburth Academy. Weakly talk on dreta. & P. ni.MFlttahu.rh Tll A by E. p. Deutnii, dean College of riria frne1? &itltule f Teohnoloiy; Jomnan4 itrublle'a Health." by 1 1 a s i -r k i nurlna eecretary or ra- v ti. arita profram or tnitru- ana .vocal aeleetlonn. Colllna Smith. viui, niinnnq Louise Kin onip.niea uy Ml., 3lle Oal -s. j-jr.. oeepnine HCDD Blum. Joeephlne lltnn n '.Miaiuvu oy mt9. juary VW, Chlcaso fl weather re S4B I JJ -1 jrm r Much ma, you but Jumper tV foot of a trei a little way! Whltoy the 5 there to see appeared at them, unles closely. Th two narrow ." er's head. 7 cars, ' for t near the u' mound, whlcl have aecn twe eyes. There they like two little r didn't mo Whltey dldn' feather. Bo watchlnf. J1 cause he knet Whitcy didn'l want any one und didn't t there. Jump cause he was tine stilt bee So there alchl of the in; tho oil Jumper had to see WhiU Jumper had Whltey arrlv .ow eyes n Jumper i se lonir cen and t have ' Buy It To-morrow FIRST TO LAST THE TRUTH: NEJVS EDITORIALS ADVERTISEMENTS . VT'Oy ten purcheie merchendUe advertised i Y InTHE TRIBUNE with abtolute .efeiv for aBBHHamaaaaaaBBBaBBBaBaeaaMiaien It diuatilfaction rciulll in any caie THH iniuunL auaianicce 10 pay your money back upon request. No red tape. Noqulbblina. We ' refund promptly If the advcrUtcc dues not. Abraham 6-Straus 2B A Paris Origination Indian Red Picture Hat $14.95 A. & S. Reproduction As Pictured THIS l'liMjiiuiUity. wide brimmed, fanciful, garden variety type of llal only exploits one of a large number of Paris reflected hats, accu rately reproduced, even to minute details, such is the skill of the A. & S. Freneli Salon modistes. A Mermntne. Kiel Ready-to-lVear Tailored Hats at $2.98 Compel 'Value Interest! They represent, n rruinrkiible .spt rial purchase, that includes the ever fashionable, nlwny.s popnlur and most youthful type of lint the Sailor. Hut in its many variations, us tlierc are large nnd medium sizes, roll nnd straight brims, nlso mushroom shnpes. several of the styles are sketched. There nre snilors of milnu. pine apple, Jnp straw nnd split straw with tngnl fucings, variously trimmed with soft draped scurfs of crepe tic chine, some with pipings to match. All of Fnshion's Spring colors urc featured, and withal these arc just the Hats for immediate wear, nnd unbelicvnbly low priced at $2.98. A. t fl Street floor, Eaal HI A Spring Presentation of Fur Scarfs NEW styles and new colors in furs, scarfs that give the final touch of smartness to either wo- t men's or misses' suits ' coats and frocks. A few; trpecif ic examples that add the attraction of very' special prices: , Natural Grey Squirreln Choker Scarfs, $8.93. Natural Squirrel Scarf s. $13.50. ;s Drown Fox Scarfs are tr wonderful value at $19.75. J Mink Chokers, in flue" quality and color, $24.75. i Natural Stone Marten Scarfs, of n selected quality? $37.50. i Fashionable blue or guu-i, metal Fox Scarfs, $64.50. A A B. Cecond floor. Centra! 40-Inch Crepe de Chine $2.18 Yd. Is Sure to Cause Comment as a Great 'Value More Than 50 Colors WE were so impressed with the beautiful, heavy quality of this crepe de chine, 40 inches wide, with a rich, lustrous sheen and closely woven, nrepey sur face, that we bought 5,000 yards from one of (lie best manufacturers of crepe silks in this country. It is nn exquisite dresi fabric, in the tjual ity, weight and colors that were displayed hy Paris and American couturicres. nl their Spring Fashion openings. As for the price this identical quality never sold in our regu lar stock for less than $2.98 Yard, anil in dreater New York it sold for considerably more. As for colors, not n single one in mill ing from the Spring color card, also a great deal of black nnd white. To miss this event is to overlook one of the best silk values of the season. A H Htroet floor, Wet. The "Big Four" on Fashion's Favored List of Wool Fabrics Homespuns! Tweeds! Serge! Wool Velour! IN the correct weights Jor perfect tailoring, whether it is for Suits. Wraps or Frocks, and in colors that have an accepted vogue. Every price quoted emphasizes a splendid vulue. 54-in. All-Wool Homespuns, $1.88 Yard A beautiful color range of nil the newest sports shades. 54-in. All-Wool Tweeds, $1.29 Yard Given preference for Town nnd Country Suits, in trio newest colorings 54-in. French Twill Serge, $1.39 Yard Thoroughly sponged and shrunk. In Nary blue and black. 54-in. All-Wool Costume Serge, $1.05 Yard Xnvy blue or black, of excellent quality and iv eight. 54-in. All-Wool Velour, $1.98 Yard An ideal cloth for Capes. Wraps and Coals, in beautiful colorings. A H -Stieel floor. Central Exceptional! Prunella Skirts1 $7.95 f PUE-EMINENT among high grade, all wool fabrics for separate skirts is prunella, and its popularity is sure to increase when these attractive skirts arc presented, and at the very special sale price of $7.95. They arc in box pleated styles with a plain color ground woven at intervals with novelty stripes, one design pictured. Stitched hips is one of the desirable features, as it gives a slenderizing effect. Especially noteworthy are the colors, ns they are adaptable to both street and sports wcar in black-and-white, Navy and tan or henna, also brown and buff. Wutst bnnds are in sizes 25 to 38. A. A 8. fieeond floor, Central Foremost in a Spring Sale of Waby Carriages "Hey uvood-Wake field" Strollers, $17.65 FOR I he youngster of i and older, who loves to jump out and romp occasion ally, there is nothing like a stroller, Mothers who have shopped around know Hint this is a low price for this well-known make. The body is of reed and wood. Matle with reclining hack, large, comfortable, leatherette scat, deep footwcll, flexible springs and adjustable hood. In frosted blue or old ivory. 14 Hloch" Baby Carriages Reduced to $39.95 A make that represents the last word in com fort nnd fine appearance in baby carriages. Equipped with the most modem improvements It Fibre and ltced, were $53.00. II Heed and Wood, were $02.8)). Z All Iteed, were $51.00. Pullman Baby Carriages, $29.95 Strongly made, yet light in weight. Handsomely de signed of reed und conluroy upholstered. Equipped with reversible gear, reclining back and footwcll. Nutless type wheels, fitted with oversize rubber tires. In grey, natural, w. llltc and blue. A. A B. Subway floor, Eaat. Pretty Crepe Kimonos $1.95 eRegular and 6xtra Sizes PRACTICAL, pretty kimo no3, that will be the right weight for spring wear, and they are offered at a very small' price. They are of crepe, in rose, Copenhagen and light blue, with effective floral de signs. The yoke in front and back is piped with satin and the collar, pockets anil sleeves are finished with ribbon. Sies 80 to 52. Becoming Boudoir Caps, 98c Soft little boudoir cap, of satin, trimmed with lace. There are five different styles, most becomingly fashioned in orchid, pink and light blue. A. A B. Mezinulna, Cantral How beautiful the Bedroom Will Look and So Inexpensive: 4-Viece Bedroom Suites, $195.00 Other Attractive Values in Suites and Bedding Four-piece Walnut Hcdroom Suites, $220.50. Four-piece Mahogany Hcdroom Suites, $196.75. Four-piece Walnut Hcdroom Suites, $329.00. Mahogany PresT. $38.50. Mahogany Hei to match, $32.50. Mahogany Pressing Table to match, $32.50. Shaving Mirrors, walnut, rrahognnv or hirdseve maple. $10.25. Single Horder Ho Springs, 8-oz. A. ('. A. ticking covered, full size, $25.25. Single size, $20.75. Special South American Hair Mattress, full weight, A. C. A ticking covered, full size, $38. CO. Single size, $30.75. Egyptian Cotton Mattress, 4fl pounds, covered with 8-o fancy ticking, full size, $19.50. HERE'S a real treat for home-makers who have long wanted a new bedroom suite, but balked lit the expense. These are not the ordinary sort, hut suites that have measured up to the A. & S. specifications in every detail. Choose from ma hogany or walnut finish, whichever you prefer. Full size bed, vanity table with triple mirror, dresser and chifforobe. The tops and drawer fronts are veneered; the posts and standards of solid muhogany. These pieces may be purchased separately, if desired. Dresser, $54.00. Bed, $41.50. Chifforobe, $50.25. Vanity Table, $49 J5. Woven Wire Springs, ail sizes. $8.50. Link Fabric Bed Sprmgs, all sizes, $6.25. Large Size Tapestry-Covered Wing Chairs, $49.75 Large, roomy chairs whose nvery lino bcspeaku stability and comfort. Loonu cushion ocuts, covered iu assorted tajw entries. A limited quantity at this special prion. A. a-t-uarrrt Ommt, Skat i nig- I.H- 'iFil'iHrjki .For Friday $ Sclllny.