IN WEST 59TH SL
Street and made such good time tli.it
ho reached Tenth Avcnuo mid 59th
Street ahead of tho man O'Flaherty
waa chatsltig. 'I'ho robber darted Into
tho front of ono of tho tenements.
Tho policemen followed him, but n
search of tho houso and tho roofs was
tn vain. ,
Tho man running cast was aeon by
Dr. Joseph II. Jaffor of No. 532 Cen
tral Park West, who was upproachlntr
tho hospital to attend a Ulnlc. IIo
turned and chased tho running high
wayman and nearly overtook htn half
Tray to Eighth Avenue. Tho fugitive
turned and tired II vo ahota toward
tho doctor as fast as ho could pull the
trigger. Dr. Jaffor did not slackon
his paco and this man too ran Into n
tenement and was lost.
A third young man, dressed as
much llko tho two highwaymen as
though tho thrco had been costumed
for a vaudovlllo song-and-danco act,
Jumped to tho teal bcsldo tho driver
of tho cab, Vldal Madorrian of ,No.
SG Manhattan Avenue, put a revolver
to .tho chauffeur's sldo and com
mandod hint with a curso to "get
Madorrian promptly ran his cab
Into the ono ahead of It so that tho
Detectives of tho West 68th Street
Statton.arrlvlng In a police automobile,
mado a hurried search for tho taxl
cab In which tho robbers had attempt
ed to escape nnd Its driver. Later
they learned Madorrian had of his
own motion driven directly to tho ntu
Ion nnd reported tho attempted rob
bery to Lieut, llunnoll.
Maddorlan trntd he had been wnltlnp
for u faro at Llggctt's Drug Storo on
Columbus Clrclo when :t dapper young
man In n tan overcoat and gray hat
had climbed Insldo and told him to
drlvo to 9th Street and Ninth Ave
nue, stopping a few doors east of tho
corner. IIo followed directions. Tho
young man got out to tho sidewalk
and told him to wait a minute. Other
vehicles closed In on him, and then
ramo tho sound of tho shot and the
other two tan-overcoatcd men ran
from tho store.
Tho chauffeur cheerfully agreed to
aid Detective Sergta. Daly, Cronln nnd
Lawless In searching the Hell's
Kitchen district for tho robbers.
Cronln tald he was confident that
he knew one of tho escaped men by
description and probably both wero
members of a band or drug addicts
whose lawlessness Is a constant threat
to storekeepers and residents of Wtit
Uemstcln, tho Jeweller, was taken
from his storo to tbo emergency ward
of rtoosovclt Hospital by orderlies
under tha direction of Dr. J. A Mc
Donald, who had run from tho offlco
of tho hospital at tho sound nf tho
first shot. Tho bullet had only mado
a flesh wound, tho surgeons said.
COP RUNS UPON TRIO
WANTED FOR HOLD-UP
OF TAXICAB DRIVER
Tried ta MnUc Oelnwiir With Slory
of HmlnK Hern nl n AnUc.
William Nowak, twenty, a chauf.
feur. of No. 131 West 91ot Street;
Arthur Williams, twenty-two, who
savs ho Is a clerk, of No. 215 West
97th Street, and Jerry O'Shea,
tuenty-one. of No. 200 West 92d
Street were arraigned to-day In tho
West Side Police Court charged with
assault and robbery.
Patrolman McAullffo saw a cab
standing at tho curb of Central Park
West at 110th Street early this morn
ing, and on his approach an argu
ment was started between tho chauf.
feur and his faro, who appeared to be
drunk. O'Shea was tho driver and
Williams tho drunken fare. Then No
wak came up and said Williams was a
I. Altmatt $c (Ha
Hat aim d Scarf Sets
(Misses' and Childrera's)
for Winter sports wear comprise a smart gift
selection. These Sets, made of camels-hair
cloth, most of them embroidered in contrasting
colors, are displayed in the Millinery Depart
ment on the First 'Floor. '
Here also ae featured
H&'jt Bandeaux for the evening cos
tum including the newest ideas in dainty leaf
designs and the more elaborate crown effects,
some from Parts, others made in the work
rooms off this establishment
variously priced at $3.00 to 119.50
Women's Tuingc Overbfloiuisei
in a choice off fashionable models (some off them
These Blouses are developed tn crepe de Chine,
beaded and plain; beaded georgette, and georgette
with embroidered net lace; and offer a decided
concession at the price quoted
Emannell Gift Novelties
of sterling salver may be selected at unusually
Toilet Sets (80 pieces), per set
Petfumc Holders . . ' .
Vanity Powder Cases, with chain
( First Floor )
fflabtsou iUbcnucdf tftfj &bcmie, i?ctu oil
EfjirtHourtf) Street Wrtp-fiftfj Street
friend and thnt ho would pay and
tako caro of him. He wld they had
been at a wake. O'Shea had told the
patrolman that ho had picked Will
iams up on Broadway at 47th Street.
McAullffo rapped for assistance,
keeping tho trio covered with bis gun
Patrolman Wallack ran up and the
throe men were taken to the West
100th Street Station. Whon they
reached tho station they learned that
a general alarm had been Just sent
out for a hold-up In Central Park.
The man held up wns sent for and
promptly Identified tho men, who, he
said, had held him up. A brick rolled
up In a cap wan found In tho cab.
The victim was Victor Itodgcrs,
driver of a Valo taxlcnb. lie said
that O'Shea had hailed him at Broad
way and 43d Btreet, protending to bo
drunk. IIo drove through tho park
o 7th Street on tho West Drive
when O'Shea halted him on n pretext.
nothcr cab drovo up and O'Slicn lift
him over tho head with a plcco of
iilpe and tho trio robbed him of $22
and his gloves. IIo Identified the
lovcs which O'Shea was wearing as
his, Hodgcrs's, property.
XOTUII CIIVK SPECIALIST UIF.S.
ALBANY. Doc. ".Dr. J. StontKomery
MoMicr, widely known rut n nerve spo
clallAt. died suddenly nt his homo here
to-doy He established ho first psychopathic-
wnrtl In connection with u
BOticrul hospital in tho I'nltrd fitntes.
He wns fS yenrs of ngr
LINER GEO. WASHINGTON
IN COLLISION OFF DOVER;
NOT DAMAGED IN CRASH
Clrne HorU Able lo SUUe Port
With Ilotr Crnalieil tr Acci
dent. DOVER, England, Dec. 7. Iho col
llslon between tho Oeorgo Washington
nnd tho Clyno nock occurred nt mid
night between tho Goodwin Sands and
tho 1'rcncli coast, according to the
crew of tho Clyno Bock, which has
arrived hero damaged. Tho crow said
that so far na they could sco the
Ocoigo Washington was not damngttl.
No ono was hurt.
Tho crew of tho Clyno Bock nald
tho collision happened whllo th res
sols wero clearing pnch other, the
Clyno Hock bound west and the
Gcorgo Washington east. They claim
tho accident wn duo to faulty ma
rocttvrlng on tho part of Sho Amer
ican steamer, asserting thnt the
liner's position was so altered that
tho Clyno Bock was struck on the
port bow. Tho Impact caused a nolso
llko an explosion.
.Only a few persons were visible on
he deck of the Ocorgo Washington
Tho liner offered tho Clyno Bock ns
ilstnnce, but when It was found that
tho Britisher could take caro of her
self the George Washington proceeded
on her courso for Bremen. Her vor
slon of tho affair1 probably will not by
known until sho reaches that port.
During the noon hour rush yetordr 1
In tho dining room of the Lawyeraj
Club. No. 11S Broadway, William lUrX
ris. sixty-three, of No. .63 West'lOUt'
Street, employed as a waiter at the club .
for more than thirty year, becama lit.
nml rili.fl lifVr th arrival nt Tw nnn.1 .K
itow. ohyslelsn of the bulldinr. Itrri. )
Every Woman Knows
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Are the finest in the lini Etch package
dyes or tints any fabric or material.
Why Pay More?
A Thoughtful Gift
Well made basketsofTan or White
wicker with covers of Red, Blue.
Rose, or Gtcen Morocco leather.
The sewing articles arc conve
niently arranged on the inside of
the cover. 6.75 tq 29.75
' (Ms in FUtt)
For Small Boys
Jersey Suits 4.95
Make Practical Gifts
Developed in all wool jersey cloth
in Middy and the Oliver Twist
model (illustrated). ThcyTcome
in all the desirable colors and com
binations. Middy sizes, 4 to 10
years. Oliver Twist sizes, 3 to 8
Boys' Norfolk Suits
(2 pair knickeri)
Special, IO. QO
Well tailored suits of all wool ma
terials in several new styles. The
coats are fully lined with alpaca.
Sizes 7 to 18 years.
( THri Fiff)
A Holiday Sale of
Our greatest sale of fabricglovus
at an extremely low price.
Wrist length duplex, 12 and 16
button styles in a superior qual
ity, with many new shades from
which to choose.
Rff.. U.S. Pat. Oft.
f Mstn Ftctr)
Because nf their usefulness and
long service they will be prized bv
the woman in the home.
Carving set made of the best
American steel, with genuine stag
handles. pieces in a lined box.
I. ox-Lid heavy gauge aluminum
cooker set with iiiset pans. Thip
set may be used "in nine different
ways. There is a patent cover
with vegetable strainer held by a
Mir rofcluminumcoficc percolator.
( cup capacity. 1.4ft
( 5i It )
. iMcCreery Quality
tftu en Hk ElttlA fie' i
Otir luggage departments complete
ly equipped to meet all the needs ot
the traveler. Wardrobe trunks and
traveling bags of all descriptions.
Plain and fitted week-end and over
night bags which make excellent
Very Specially Priced
make very desirable gifts for the
woman who enjoys making things
for her home. In all the most desir
.iblc width.. I'ilet Hands
iy and :o inches wide, yard, 4.:;
:i to 24 inches wide, yard, 4.9c
27 inches wide, yard, 6.9;
Fringes, . . . per yard, 90 to 3.2;
Milt h i c )
' toe Hours y ei. in. ta 6 p. in.
James McGreery & Go.
v7 I llfl
. 1 mi
1 I 1 m
A Rope of f& 2
Christmas Gift Shop
of All New York
An almost bewildering array ot gilts
has been brought together to make this
the greatest ofgiftshops. Here you will
iincl gifts to meet every requirement.
Gifts that combine beauty with utility,
beauty with economy, and those beau-
ful for beauty's sake alone.
A gift of rare distinction is this
4-inch necklace of indestructible
pearls. They arc an.indispcnsable
accessory for the smart woman,
and just the length that is so fash
ionable at the present time. 6.7;
They will be much .appreciated bv
the mM who travels, because they
fold compactly in a small leather
case. I n a fine quality real leather.
Sizes .1 to 1 1 . They come in Black.
Tan, and Red. 2.95 and 4-95
A toy that will dcligh.t the small bo .
A train set -with an engine, conl
tender, a passenger coach and ten
sections of track. Special, 1.75
Wooden Speed Boat
A wooden speedboat, named and
modeled after the boat that won the
championship. It has a powerful
spring motor. 4.50
for the Home
A seven-piece Turkish Bath Set
consistingof a bathmat,tvo bath
towels, two guest size and tuo
face cloths. Colors are Blue or
Rose. Attractively boxed.
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Odtl pieces of furniture make
dimming gifts that will outlast
many things that arc the usual
gifts for Christmas.
Negligees and Warm Robes
Make Very Acceptable Christmas Gifts
A luxurious robe of quilted Crepe
tle'Lhinc, lined wth silk and warmh
interlined sith lamb's wool. Silk cord
girdle. In Rose, I'Vcnch Hluc, Copen
hagen, Orchid, Turquoise, Coral, Wis
taria and Black. 14.7?
B Negligees of soft Crepe Satin with
very decorative long flowing sleeves
weighted with silken tassels. Sclf
Also a brocaded satin with match
ing Georgette slexvcs, French flowers
and self tic sash.
Your choice of four models. French
Blue, Rose, Coral, Tea Rose, Tur
quoise, I lenna, Orchid, Wistaria and
A very dainty Boudoir cap, 2.75
These robes and negligees are spe
cially priced for Friday aiul Saturday.
(Tin J f ..r )
lind Table, with book trough",
has many uses and makes a
much appreciated gift. 8.75
Solid mahogany book stand, will
give pleasure to the book lover or
the student. ti.oo
A muffin stand of
makes a useful
.gift. 0-7 ?
An unusual gift for
the 111 a n w h o
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