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FIND KING DOCTOR
IN ARBUCKLE CASE f _____ He Is Expected to Throw Light oil Miss Kappe's Con dition After Orgy, COMEDIAN IS IN COl'llT Seeks Continuance in Man slaughter Action and Returns to Jail. WOMEN OFFER EVIDENCE Body of Victim qc Hotel Party Reaehes Los Aageles, With No One ti Meet It. San Francisco, Sept. 17.?A missing witness in the jrbuckle case. Dr. Ar thur Beitrdslee, the hotel St. Francis physician who^reated Virginia Rappe, ?was located /o-day, according to a telegram recced from the Sheriff of Douglas coui?y, Nevada, at Mlnden. Dr. Beardiee left Minden yesterday for Bridgepfrt, Mono county, Cal., on a hunting ^?P. according to the noti fication to District Attorney Brady, wJP telegraphed to the Mono county swiff to order Beardslee to proceed o San Francisco at once. His t^timony Is expected to throw light 01 the condition of Miss Rappe the fin day after the Labor Day party in Arl'ckie's suite at the fat. Francis, from ^vhich her death resulted. Dr. Beapslee was wanted as a witness at the^oroner's inquest but could not be foi*d. Abuckle's brief appearance in the Su pc^or Court to-day to obtain a con tl/uance on the manslaughter charge ptidlng against him completed his pres et schedule of trips outside the city /rlson until next Thursday, when Ills preliminary examination on the murder complaint sworn to by Mrs. Bamblna Maud Delmont, a member of the party in Arbuckle's rooms, is set before Judge ?>. J. Lazarus. Woman Sticks to Story. Mrs. Mae Taube, another of th-s party, was questioned to-day by Brady, who said she had persisted in her original statement that she called Harry J. Boyle, assistant manager of th<a hotel on the telephone for assistance. At the inquest Mrs. Delmont said she hersc" did the telephoning. Brady said some important items of Information were learned from Mrs. Taube and her *tat4 ments might lead to take up certiln new phases of the case before the Grand Jury Monday night. Thomas J. Coleman, manager of the Hotel St. Francis, and other executives and employees were culled before ltobert Jf MoCormaok. Assistant United States Attorney In charge of liquor prosecutions, for questioning regarding the origin of twenty quarts of liquor said to have been consumed at Arbuckle's party. To-day's trip from the city prison down the Hall of Justice elevator to the court room of Judge Harold Loudorback. was an uneventful one for Arbuckle, with m pushing, jostling, eurlous crowd wait lug for his arrival. Police kept the crowd off the court room floor. There was no battle of attorneys over I * I tlic course of the case, as by consent of I both Bides the manslaughter charge j preferred in a Grand Jury indictment wjta continued until Monday. September 2i. Arhuckle la Not Handcuffed. Seats In the spectators' section of the court room were plentiful for those able to penetrate the police group outside the door, while inside the rail the bulky film comedian was able to slide Into a leather covered arm chair at the attor neys' table. Prisoners from the county Jail entered In handcuffs and sat in the ! dock, but the bailiff explained that Ar- 1 buckle was in custody of tha city police, who did not always handcuff their charges. A group of women from the Women's Vigilante Committee occupied a front row of scats. Los A.vqki.es, Sept. 17.?The body of Miss Virginia Rappe, motion picture actress, for whose death Rosc'jo C. (Fatty) Arbuckle is being held in San Francisco on a charge of murder, arrived here to-day. No person was at the station to meet the body, which was removed to a Holly wood undertaking establishment. The funeral will be held Monday. MOB ATTACKS THEATRE, BURNS ARBUCKLE FILM Manager Had Refused Re quest of Wyoming PurUts. THERMorous, Wyo., Sept. 17.?A mob of 150 men and boys, many of them cow boys, entered the Maverick Theatre here last - night where a "Fatty" Arbuckle film was being snown and shot up the screen and seized the film, taking it into the streets and burning part of It. F. Z. Buzzetti, manager of the theatre, said representatives of the Purity League had visited him earlier In the day and asked him not to run the picture. He con tinued : "I had the picture booked and saw no reason why I should not run It. I reused the tequest of the Purity Leugu* representatives because f relieved 1 had a right to run the picture and did not; r.eed their advice." No damage was done to the theatre 1 other than shooting up the screen, Mr. j Buzzetti said, and no attempt was made to injure him. MAXIMILIAN HARDEN SAILS. ! Editor to Lecture Here on "Polit ical Future of Europe." Maximilian Harden, German editor,' orator and publicist, who has arranged i to make an American lecture tour under. the management of Lee Keedick, was a j passenger aboard the George Washington, which left Bremen yesterday for New York. On the eve of his departure he was the chief guest at a farewell lunch- j eon attended by Ernest Lorlng Drt-sel, United States High Commissioner, and other Americans. During his visit to this country he will! deliver two lectures, "The Political Fu- , ture of Enuropo" and "The Industrial Future of Europe." BAILED ON LARCENY CHARGE, j Mian Wllln M. Robinson Under Bonds ot fB.OOO. Mis<s Willa M. Robinson, advertising manager for The Nation, was releasel yesterday at White Plains undfcr $o.000 ball, supplied by a surety company, under an Indictment charging grand larocny. The release was ordered by County Judge Frank L. Younjj after a warrant calling for Miss Robinson's arrest for alleged violation of parole. Issued by the Court of General Sessions in New York, had been withdrawn. It Is understood. Miss Robinson was Indicted by the Westchester County Grand Jury last June for the alleged swindling of Mrs. Anna A. Short of New Rochelle In con nection with a real estate option. franklin Simon & Co. <lA Store of Individual Shops fifth avenue, 37th and 38th sts. i Under Every ZSQew Frock? 70 (jive The Fashionable Slender Silhouette boyshform Brassieres Worn Equally Well %}y <3xC(i<lame and -5) Cadcmoisclle JUST trifles of satin or broche ?as pretty as camisoles but so cieverly cut and shaped they give j"m that supple slim- }' ness demanded by the frocks of today. Pink Figured Broche 1.45 Pink Guaranteed Satin 2.25 ? ? # Feminine. Corset shop?Fim #wr i__ ,?.??? The Upholstery Dept. Offers every facility for the redecorating and refurnishing of homes, hotels, theatres, etc. Estimates Submitted Upon Request. Women's New Silk Petticoats ?in plain tnd changeable effect! effectively trimmed with ruffles?a!;o Radium Silk Petticoats, straightline rrodel, beautifully embroidered and finished with silk embroidered scallops. Lengths 32, 24, 36 and 38. pecial. 5.75 Taffeta Petticoats in changeable colorings, also plain Black, Navy and Brown?Jerseys in the same plain colors with contrasting shaded flounces. Several styles in lengths 32, 34 and 36 inches. Special, 3.45 An Extraordinary Sale Women's American Made Underwear At Remarkable Price Concessions Envelope Chemise in strap and built up shoulder models?variously trimmed with laces and embroideries. 1.50 Envelope Chemise of fin; whh cotton materials? trimmed and tailored styles. Spec'al. 1.95 A Limited Quantity Cotton Step-ins White Cotton Step-in Drawers with elasti: waist band?lace trimmed, Jb0 Corset Co ers trimmed wi h fine imported emb oid eries. Special, .95 and 1.25 Fine Cotton Gowns .95 Each Two attractive styles?-one mo el as a square neck trimmed w th Val lace and Kimono sleeves?the other features a round neck trimmed with firm embr idery edging. Sizes 15, I and .17. Oth r Gowns of fine quality muslin?round necks with ribbon run embroidery. Sizes IS. 16 an 17. Sp cial, 1.50 Windsor Crepe Bloomers in Pink or White?elastic ? knee?finished with hemstitched ruffle. Lengths 25, 27 and 29 inche;. Speci 1. .95 Philippine Hand Made Lingerie 2.95 and 3.65 R?g lar 4.00 and 5.00 Values Gowns and Envelop'; Chemise, exquisitely hand em tioidered in beautiful rtnch designs. Ideal for Fall Wear Mohair Sweaters 7.45 E?i> A smart Tuxedo model cleverly fashioned of im ported Mohair Yarn in flew autumn colorings of Rust. Navy, Buff, Pearl. a'v> Black and White: front, collar and pocket* edged with brushed wool band. Very specially priced at 7.45. Women's Hosiery (Pure Silk and Fibre Silk Mixed) Special .87 Pair A fine semi f shioned stock'ng that is lustrous and durable?in Black with elastic cotton tops. Silk Mixed Sports Hosiery n smart two toned combi nations with hand made white dox. Special 2.95. Extra Special Women'sCombinationSuits (With Glove Silk Tops) Remainder of present stock to be closed out at this unusually attrac'ive price, which is much less than their regular value. Bodies of fine ribbed liile?finished with narrow silk band (traps?fully reinf reed. Now 1.15. Table Cloths and Napkins?Sale Priced Heavy, pure Irirh Linen Satin Damask Table Cloth* with Napkins o match?in four attractive round de signs. including Wild Rose. Rose. Lilies and Pansies. For a limited time only at less than former wholesale prices. Cloths?Size 70x72 inches 6-65 Ea. Napkins?Size 22x22 inches 8.95 Dozon CDD LINEN DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS-. very unusual quali'v at this price. Size 70x70 inches square. Special, 4.45 Each. Towel Specials All Linen Muck Towels?hemmed. 6.00, 9.00 anJ 10.45 Doxen. Union Linen Huck ToweJs?hemstitched?room size. Were 12.00 Dozen. Now. 8.28. All Linen heavy Crash Ki chen Towels?were 8.75. Now, 4.95 Dozen. Full Sized Cap and Fringe Genuine Hair Nets, 1.00 Dozen e/Wnofo, Gon^taftfe Co. FIFTH AVENUE AT FORTIETH STREET $50,000 Sale of New Silks Consisting of thousands of yards of the finest and most popular weaves priced at Vz to V2 their regular value Black Satins 4,000 Yards A very superior quality is featured in this sale?fine lus trous weave, ideal for smart new frocks, overblouse, etc. One of many remarkable values to be found in the silk de partment. 36 inches. Formerly 3.75 Yard Colored Crepes 8,000 Yards There is an attractive ssort ment of wanted new colorings shown in a ruperior weave of all silk Crepe de Chi e ? 40 inches wide. Priced at almost wholesale. Formerly 2.75 Yard Washable Satins 3,500 Yards Of an exquisite silken sheen that p ays over the weave like palest moonlig'it?in dainty pastel tones that rival the rainbow hues. Formerly 2.50 Yard Lyons Taffeta 5,000 Yards A celebrated make imported direct from Lyons?because of the reduction in price the manu facturer has requested us not to use his name. Formerly 4.50 Yard 1.85 Printed Crepes Plain Color Georgettes Silk Crepe de Chines (50 Colors) Values 2.25 to 4.50 -| /if? Special Sale Price X?4rO Canton Crepes New assortments have just been received in re sponse to an overwhelming demand for this weave. 40 inches wide. Displayed in Navy and Black. Regularly 4.50-5.50 n QQ Special Sale Price O Captivating New Silk Breakfast Coats 9.95 Each Clecerly modelled of Taffeta or Salin in attractive boudoir shades. Plain cr changeable effect! together with a ew dark shades fashioned of the above siiks and featurin < dainty ruffling and quillings. In high favor with school and college girls, also suitable for Pull man use. As illustrated. Brocaded Corduroy Robes 3.95 Em* 5..9J Also a smart Coat model in wide w le Corduroy. !n Rose. Copen, and Wistaria. Exceptional values. Blankets and Comfortables At Prices That Are Considerably Less Than Those of Last Year. WHITE BLANKETS?wool and cotton mixed? pink or blue borders with colored binding to match. Single Bed Size, 5.95 Pair Double Bed Size, 8.50 Pair ODD LOT OF BLANKETS?extra large size?cut and bound single?pink or blue borders or all white. Extra fine quality, 8.75, 10.00, 11.50 Pair. ALL WOOL PLAID BLANKETS?a very superior quality?in Pink, Blue, Tan, Gray. Special, 9.65 Pair. Three Specially Priced Comfortables FIGURED SILK MULL in small, dainty rosebud pattern with jacquard mull borders of plain colors. Cotton filled. Special 5.85 Each. Figured Silkoline Floral or Persian ten filled. in attractive patterns, cot- O 7PJ Extraordinary value FIGURED CAMBRIC AND SATEEN COMFORT ABLES with plain sateen borders to match?wool filled. Special 7.50 Each. Half a Million Dollar Sale of High-Grade Rugs and Carpets now being offered at severe repricings (sale continued from last week) New Autumn Apparel Modes As expressed in the full flared Coats and the charming new frocks that arc perfectly tailored or elaborated with various motifs. The Prices Reveal Many Exceptional Advantages. Satin Face Canton Drew for street or afternoon wear?tunic skirt and blouse embroidered in self colors and trimmed with buttons of the same material. As illustrated. There is a diversity of other smart models devclo-ed in Poiret Twill, Tricotine. Satin and Canton Crepe in Navy and Black. OA ETA All specially priced at O'Xotlv Bolivia Cloth Coals?one model illustrated, showing the new straight back with rows of self-covered but ions narrow belt in front. A large Opossum Fur Collar completes this youthful style another m&fel is shown with Wolf or Opossum Fur Cellars?silk lined and interlined (TA ?in new autumn tone*. Special TC*/?tJv Bellvera Goth Coati?rne of two models illustrated features to advan tage the new ripple sidr effect? eautifu! ftitchery enhances the charm of this new mode, whirh lomn in Navy, Black. Malay, Sorrento? silk lined and warmly interlined. Collared with Nutria, Opos- C7 sum or Wolf. Special t) I atlv An Uminaal Collection of Dresses including Tricotinrs, Q PA Crepe de Chines and Satms now on special sale at Aa/aOU njro HVfl ! v'> ^ \ ,.i ^ I 1'! ww 67.60 An Important Sale of MEN'S SHIRTS Men's White and Fancy Soft Shirt* with neckband, also White Shirts with collar* on. Special qualities in each lot. Va'uei 2.00 and 2.50 1.45 Extra 5pecial?By careful comparison we find that our fine woven Madras Sh'rt* cannot be equalled for value. Special Sale Price row. 2.25 Fibre Silk Shirts?only the better grades of this popu lar shirting used in making theje fine Shirts?neat pattern* that are much in demand. Va ue 6.50 .13 extra Skunk Scarfs A jpecial purchase of these durable Animal Scarfs af fords one of the best oppor tunities of the season to buy a smart choker model made of choice double fur glossy skins at the Extremely Low Price of 18.50 Other Furs New arrivals are coming tti daily and among the most attractive are the following: Skunk Scarf in a medium size shawn collar model. Special, 33.50. Brown Fox Scarf of rich full fur. Specia', 29.00. Scaline Coats?smart box model with Nutria collar. Last season's price 235.00. Special, 150.00. Hudson Seal Coa t with skunk collar and cuffs. Last sea on's , rice 450.00. Special. 295.00. Hudron Seal Coats?40 inc e< long?plain or skunk trimmed. Last jca.'on's j rices 475.00 to 800.00. This season's prices 355.CO, 375.00 to 500.00. Unmatchable Values All Silk Chiffons .77 and .95 Yard The ultra smart weave for new dinner and dance frocks shown in an exquisite range of rainbow colorings an a few of th; more conservative shades, including. CORAL MAIZE I.A VENDER DUCK SALMON FRENCH BLUE NAVY BROWN OLD ROSE An exceptional offering at these prices . nly while the present assortment lasts. Values 1.35 to 1.65 Yard No Returns. No C.O.D.'s No Approvals Cotton Sheets Greatly Reduced in Price Size Sale Price 54 x 90 77 Eac h 72x90 98Ea>;h 72 x 99 1.07 Each 81 x 90 1.09 Each 81 x 99 1.18 Each Pillow Cases 42 x 36 27 E.ach 45 x 36 28 F*ach Longcloth and Nainsook 36 inch Nainsook 2.75 Piece 40 inch Nainsook 3.50 Piece 39 inch Nainsook 3.85 Piece 36 inch Longcloth... 2.75 and 3.50 Piece Above in pieces of 10 yards each. Wool Fabrics Specially Priced All Wool Dress Serp in Midnight Blus only. 40 inchc* wide. Value 2.00. Special. 1.35. French Tricotine* and Poiret Twill* in Navy, French Blue. Brown and Black?50 inches wide. Regularly 4.00. Special. 2.65. Imported Chrtiots and Homespun*?a jpecial pur chase of 56 and 5fl inch widths in Brown. Green. Gray. Heather and Oxford Mixture ?remarkable values. Regularly 4 50 and 5.00. Special, 2.75. Ribbon Specials Heavy Satin two tone ribbo ?. 7'/2 inches wide Jn 20 different color c mbir?at:ons. Formerly 3.25 2.55 Double faced Roman striped ribbon. 7 inches wide. Six new fall color effect*. Formerly 1.50 95 Cire Ribbon, 6 inches wide. Navy Blue, Brown and Black. Fcrmerly I 25 82 Extraordinary Values Toilet Goods Large size gilt nished metal van:ty caie. Con taining compact powder in Rachel, white and Naturelle?also mirror and puff, inclosed in a leather envelope. Formerly 1.00. Tax .03 . .75 Gilt fnished metal vanity case containing io!id powder and rouge, puff and mirror. Formerly 1.50. Tax .04 95 Mcmy Bath Soap?new importation of Rose, Violet. Carnation anJ Verveinc. Six for 270. Each 50 Violets (pronounced Vee-o-lay) Bath Soap in Rose. Verveine. Lavender. Eau de Cologne, Faugere. Formerly .95 50 Strap Wrist Gauntlet Chamois Lisle Gloves .95 Pi,ir An early autumn special in fashionable shade* of Cinnamon, Covert. Pongee, Cafs au Lait. Gray and Whitespea point embroidery.