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TEE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY- 4, 1922.
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HUMAN FLY CLIMBS
35 FEE! AND ROBS
HOIf 7,000
r
Detectives Watch Dr. Hel
. muth's Apartment to See If
Burglar Returns for Silver.
That "human fly" burglar who
operated on tbo upper west eld la
believed to-day to have transferred
his operations further downtown. A
thief using similar methods, It ha?
just been learned, got property worth
$7,000 from tho home of Dr. William
,Tod Hclmuth In tho Alwyn Apart
ments, No. 182 West 58tU Street, ten
days ago.
Tho burglar got In through a win
dow thlrty-flvo feet from the ground
In the rear of tho building. There Is
evidence that tho robbor had an ac
complice. The $7,000 estimate was
Dr. Helmuth's. Others in tho apart
ment house thought $40,000 was
nearer tho valuo of tho loot.
Thero are no tiro escapes on tho
rear 'of tho building, and the entrance'
to the ground floor Is barred. It Is
believed ono man stood on tho other's
shoulders and reached a ledgo, then
went up the walls by his lingers and
toes. Dr. Helmuth, with his wlfo and
daughter, occupies tho frrst two
floors. t
Tho night of tho robbery tho family
wcro downstairs until before mid
night When they went up they
found windows open and bureaus
and closets ransacked. Everything
valuablo that could easily bo carried
was taken. Valuablo silverware, evi
dently too heavy for rqmoval, was
left
Mrs. Helmuth and her daughter
have been nervous slnco tho robbory
from fear tho burglars would come
back for the silver, and last night do
tcctlves woro 'posted In the neighbor
hood watching for them.
"(JOT oi;t wiirv oiinEimu to my
HUSIIAM).
Justice Gavcgan, In the Bronx Su
preme Court to-day, reserved decision
In the uncontested suit for a separation
brought by Mrs. Alice Scluiltz of No.
133 St. Ann's Avenue. Mrs. Schultz wns
the only witness. She raid her hus
band, Cnrl S., a manufacturer of dental
Supplies, after six years of married
life, .on Aug. 14, 1920, told her lie had
an affinity nnd cared for her no longer
and she could fret out. Mrs- Sclmllz
who Is twenty-four and very pretty,
nam sue "got om.
CAHAN TALK STIRS
GARMENT WORKERS
Delegates Still Agitated
Over Editor's Attack on
Communism.
CLEVELAND, May 4. Tho attack
of Abraham Cahan, editor of tho
Jowlsh Dally Forward and virtual
founder of tho Interntlonal Ladles'
Garment Workers' Union, on Com
munist activity within union ranks
Is still agitating delegates to tho six
teenth Jjl-onnlnl convention of that
body here. Mr. Cohan's address
camo after the unscntlng of Hyman
Shelly, a New York Communist
leader.
Mr. Cahan paid particular attention
to those Communists ho said were
"working for capitalists whllo mem
bers of the union." He declared they
did this becauso they wero disgruntled
over failure to gain control. Ho also
praised Benjamin Schleslnger, who
threatened to resign as President of
of tho International, due chiefly to
the assaults of tho Comnrunlsts, and
said:
"What is wanted now to save your
organization is absoluto unity. Stick
together, bury your hatchets and try
to understand the man who is run
ning your union. Try to understand
what Is going on In his soul. Ho Is
not a happy man. He Is not sure
that It Is possible to conduct your
union under these conditions."
This Event Also at
NEWARK STORE
Broad Street and
s West Park
This Event Also at
BROOKLYN STORE
. Fulton Street
Near Hoyt
West 34th Street Thru to 35th Street
Sale of $25.00 to $39.75
Coats, Wraps & Silk Capes
Higher Priced Models Reduced from Stock
Together with a Special Purchase
At the Very low Price
$10.75
We repeat These Are Actual
$25.00, $35.00 & $39.75 Values
Featuring swagger sport models of
latest designing and including wide
flowing capes of Canton silk crepe with
caracul collars and beautiful wrap
effects for dressy wear.
Canton Silk- Crepe
Herringbone
Double Faced Plaids
Tricotin es Twills
Sport Mixtures
Velour de Laines
Delightful in their smart Spring col
ors, silk linings and fine quality.
In all sizes for women and misses.
Vote in the Motion Picture Popularity Contest and help"
the Association tor Improving the Condition ot the Poor
Kmericaoremost Specialists-
QPPENHEIM,(MllNS:ff
34th Street, New York
To Close Out Friday
350 Girls' Coats and Capes
Sizes 6 to 16 Years
Reduce from
25.00 29.75 35.00
9.75
Jaunty polo and sport models,
graceful Wraps and circular
Capes of Camel's Hair; Plaids,
Tweeds, Bolivia, Chinchilla
Herringbones and Alixtures.
PLEAD NOT GULITY
OF WIRETAPPING
Indictments Chame Four
With Cutting in on Tele- v
phone to "Get" Doctor.
Warren Lcsllo, a lawyer, of No. 2
Rector Street; John Sutter, a detec
tive sergeant; James T. Shaw, a taxi
driver, and' Walter Schmidt, a steam
ship company official of White Plains,
pleaded not guilty in tho County
Court at St. George, S. I., to-day on
Indictments charging them with wire
tapping. They were given flvo days
to change- tho plea and wcro held In
$2,600 ball each. v
It Is charged that tho four tapped
the telephone wire of Dr. Charles C.
Allers, a St. Gcdrgo physician, on
the night of Jan. 31, 1920, In order
to get Information for tho use of his
wife, who was suing him for a sepa
ration, which she nftorward obtaThed.
GERMAN SHIP'S
BUST OF KAISER
FOUND IN JUNK
Vatcrland's Decoration
Found in Storage Yard
to Go at Auction.
From a mountain of Junk In
tho storage yards at Wilson
Point, South Norwalk, Conn., tho
tho Shipping Hoard Emergency
Fleet Corporation has dug up a
bronzo bust which bears the In
scription: "Wllhelm II., Doutschcr
Kaiser, Koenlg v. PreUBsen."
When tho onetime Vaterland
started May IB, 1914, on her
maiden voyngo tho bust of tho
Kaiser was ono of her most ad
mired decorations. It has been
scrubbed until It glistens, and will
bo put up at an auction ,of odds
and ends ot Shipping Board
stuff on May 15 at 10 A. M. on
tho premises.
Help to speed up the amemralbeirslhup drive for the
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese
of New York.
I
SL Alttttan $c din.
The Men's Shoe Dep'jt
specially features, in the regular stock:
Men's Baflta Oxfords
amd High Shoes
(sizes up to 12) in the newest models and
inmost fashionable leathers for street,
dress and sports wear
to 15,
per pair
Menu's Oolf Oxfords
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in the most desirable models 'and -leathers'
(including, at the higher price, an English
model with special sole)
at $9.50 to 14.
per pair
Men's Engflislh RSdiinig Boots
of tan or black calfskin
. at $35.00 per pair
(Sixth Floor)
jttlabteon Suenue- JftrVfj 3bemte
34tfj mib 35tlj'gtreet( JJeUi iJorfc
Dress Sandal
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These arc
SHOOKIDS
They arc all leather.
On little feet they
wear and wear.
n
Sizes - 6 8
' 'lift, a
aft. 7
Patent
Leather
3- 65
4- 35
5- 35
Tan
Grain
$3.50
a.85
3-35
4.25'
Pearl
Elk
$3-45
3- 95
4- 65
5.65
The Oxford
Tan Russia Calfskin
Sizes 6-8 . $3.85
8ft.11 '4.35
11ft. a V 4.85
3'2' 7 S 5-95
Children's Imported all-white Socks
Ty JiS" Mercerized lisle,, full fashioned.
X ' Witl1 ribbed cuffs of various colors.
rAM
MEYER
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BS Sumn td on Shoe Mni Sundard of Mfiit
47 West 34 St ..New York
BROOKLYN -JQOFUI.TON ST. NEWAIIK M9 BROAD ST.
J5
SUNDAY WORL-O WANTS
WORK MONDAY WOW r-F-C?e
Stem Brothers
West 42nd St.
Between jth and 6th oAyenucs)
West 43rd St
CUT LENGTHS of SILKS
CLEARANCE SALE
Substantial Reductions from Former Prices. .
Lengths suitable for Blouses, Dresses, Negligees, Skirts and
various other purposes. The accumulation of the past season's - business.
Wrjces Ringing from (JSC1 to 395 7ar
Crepes Printed Silks
Sport Silks Pongee
Satins Novelty Silks
Georgettes Black Silks
SILK DEPARTMENT SECOND FLOOR. '
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Exceptional Price. Reductions -in
A Sale of Women's Strap Pumps
$7.85
(Heretofore priced up to $13.50)
Pumps that are distinctively of this season, reflecting "with
slender grace all the footnotes of this spring, tn the matter or straps and two
tone effects. Cuban heels and the high Louis heel, which steps again into
favor now that skirt lengths are longer.
TQN CALF PUMPS in four different styles: Cuban heels; one and two
strap effects with either buttons or buckles; one tan and beige combination.
BLACK PUMPS in two 'styles a plain black calf model with two1 straps v
and black patent leather combined with gray. 1
. 'GRAY SUEDE DRESS PUMPS in two styles. High Lotus heels.
Stern Brothers
WEST FORTY-SECOND STREET . and . WEST, FORTY-THIRD STREET
Men's.Athletic UNDERGARMENTS
Complete new assortments in all the desired qualities.
Tailored to measurements which ensure the maximum of comfort.
Union Suits of .good,
strong nainsook; well tail
ored garments ; sleeveless
and knee length. Suit:
95c
Balbriggan Shirts and Union Suits o f extra
Drawers - Shirts with' , lKtte Md tri .
half or long sleeves. Draw- r
ers in regular or stout sixes madras; tailored; sleeveless
(reinforced). Each : and knee length. Sui :
75c
$1.95
Men's Imported & Domestic Golf Hose
Very Specially Priced for this Sale at . . .. $1,95
Such excellent quality, smartly colored Golf Hose at this price is indeed
a rare opportunity Desirable ribbed effects in Grays, Camel's Hair color, Brawn
and Green Heather Mixtures with effectively patterned cuffs.
Other" English and Scotch Woolen , Golf Hose in plain, colors and Heather
Mixtures at prices ranging from a ft w O c i V $2.95 to-595
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Men's' Tan or Black Calfskin Oxfords
and High Shoes
'Presenting Unsurpassed Purchasing Opportunities at thiT Notably Low;Price'o?
. $5.50
PEJl PATR
VM1 new, comfortable, and highly
desirable footwear, which will ful
fill a multitude of Summer needs.
,The two styles illustrated above are typical (xamples of the ration f moddsicUdcd.
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