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JERSEY WITH TUG TRIES TEI END LIFE Attempts Thrice to Jump from Train to Return to Five Children. TjjOS ANGELES, Cal., Sept. 2#.—Mrs. tie Wldener. of Redbluff, Cal., on ifway to Madison, N. J., is at a hos S here receiving treatment for lack nourishment. She was yesterday n from a Southern Pacific train te local depot. ee times between this city and 'Yanolsco the woman attempted to from the train, that she might to her five children. She boro and a railroad ticket, tile tag ; that she was feeble-minded as being-sent to her sister. Mrs. Ekart. 131 Greenwood avenue, n, N. J. The tag asked train ees that she was given assls n the journey. le local authorities Mrs. Wl tated that she was not fceble that she had not been al- j to see her children for many i and that when she last tried j •.hem her husband gave her a leafing and then shipped her vay East. it was suggested that her hus communlcatcd with, the wom imed and begged the nurses ,ottfy .him. QN SHERIFF SUED FOR DAMAGE TO AUTO. I - £hed Machine Driven 74ft Miles, It Is Said. 3 ERSEY CITY, Sept. 29.—The Shep- | .rd Motor Company, of New York, i ,&s sued James J. Kelly, sheriff of i Hudson county, for alleged damages to, an automobile seized by him in at-. . tachment proceedings begun by Mrs. J Cecilia Buck, president of the Com 1 rttunlpaw Motor Vehicle Company. The I question raised by the Sheppard Com 4 pany is who, while the new nutomo I bile was In the custody of the sheriff, j drove It 740 miles, wore the tires, broke the lamps and steps and damaged the top so badly a new one had to be sub stituted. No one connected with the sheriff's office has admitted doing it. The Sheppard Company asserts the is sheriff is liable for damages, contend ing that he was responsible for the safe-keeping of the machine, that was valued at $1,400, until that attachment , was removed recently. MANUAL TRAINING HIGH AWARDS EQUIPMENT PACTS , Manual training equipment contracts for the East Side Commercial and | ) Manual Training High School were awarded by the Board of Education at Its meeting last night. The salaries of two teachers who had been Incorrectly 1 f graded were adjusted. George D. Or- 1 ner, of the East Side High School, will 1 receive $1,800, Instead of $1,600. Miss i Julia M. Ferris, of the College Place . School for Defectives, must draw $030, | instead of $830 per annum. The salaries i of several janitors were increased. The State National Bank was mom- 1 mended as a depositary to the custo- ' dlan of the school funds. - i GUY FISHER A WINNER. TORONTO, Ont., Sept. 29.—With well-balanced fields the racing at 1 Woodbine yesterday was full of qual ity. Guy Fisher won the Epsom ban- , dicap, defeating the popular choice, Sir John Johnson, while the Minoru handicap was easy for Star Charter. In the Brockenhurst steeplechase Jimmy Lane won from the Welkin. STILl.MAN MAY BE NAMED. PLAINFJFLP, Sept. 29.—Mayor G. W. V. Moy has decided to appoint ■William M. Stillman, of this city, cor porntion counsel, and, It is reported, will send his name to the city council for confirmation Monday night. i NEW YORK, Sept. 29—The Amer can record for women aviators ha3 teen smashed by Mile. Helene Dutrlec., vhn in her Farman at the Nassau Soulevard meet flew steadily fur hirty-seven minutes and twenty-two leconds. The American record for women wi.s ifteen minutes. Mile. Dutrleu came from France to •ompeto with Miss Quimby and Miss doisant, . the only two American vomen who have qualified for pilots' lcenscs. She is about 30 years old and velghs only ninety-five pounds. "Flying is my greatest pleasure," she laid. “There is no reason why it should >e a sport, or an occupation, to be fol owed exclusively by men. I feel qviite it home in the air, and every woman vho has made an ascent of whom I [now has been anxious for more. 1 ihall bo glad, indeed, to meet your ■ountrywomen of whose exploits I havo leard so much.” She is accompanied by her brother, lllbert Dutrleu, who acts as her chiei neufianlclan. During her month's stay n this country she will make many ex ilbltlon flights and plans to tnke vomen passengers up with her, but no nen. In her two years of flying, Mile. Dutrleu has twice won the world's reo ird for women aviators. In 1910 silo lew 160 kilometres in 2 hours and 46 nlnutes. This year she beat her own word by flying, on September 12, 231 ctlometres in 2 hours and 35 minutes, der highest flight was 800 metres, or ibout. 2,640 feet. In France she Is variously called "The duman Hawk," “The Human Kite" mil “The Lady Bird." Before she ba ame an aviator she held the women s bicycle records for time and distance. Asked if she had ever been hurt, Mile. Dutrieu manifested some uneasiness. She rubbed her hand up and down on her skirt and twitched a bit before an swering. “Never! never!" she then said. “I have had three accidents, one falling from a height of 300 feet with q. pas senger and landing in a ditch. At Odessa, Russia. I fell into a house, but escaped Injury.” 5,000 j FRENCH PLUMES 6 for S5 up to 21 In. in length, broad, glossy fibers and heavy droop ing he ads, 0 for $5.00; amounts less than 6, $1.00 each; an op portunity of a lifetime. Mall orders rilled. Ke nalrlng of all kinds none. THE ===== Popular Feather Co. 178 WASHINGTON ST. Two Blocks from Market Street, Near Academy, Opp. Plum Street Open I'vcnlnRN Until 0:30 Saturdays Until 10:30 I “The Train That Sets the j| High Mark of Travel Perfection I \ 5 f. Among the railroad men in this country it is se- \ £ cretly conceded but never admitted that the Black 11 Diamond Express on the Lehigh Valley, the Pioneer £ all parlor car train, is the finest train that has £ \ ever been developed in the United States. J | Other systems may develop road beds equal to £ | the Lehigh. Other managements may progress to | £ trains of equally luxurious appointments, and | £ service of equally thoughtful care. £ ^ No other Eastern road can ever hope to have a | £ right of way so magnificently picturesque as the £ \ Lehigh Valley. \ £ Travelers between Newark and Buffalo who £ l would enjoy the unusual combination of a perfectly £ \ smooth, cinderless, sootless road, the palatial luxury £ of an all parlor car train, a cuisine that the most $ exclusive club cannot excel, the attentions of care- * fully trained servants and a car window view that X rivals the best there is abroad, always choose the | £ Black Diamond Express on the $ £ Lehigh ASdley Railroad !| Railroad and Pullman Tickets delivered % \ at home or office on request. Ticket Office, 211 Market Street Telephone 287 Market t '* - .. .filli French Woman Smashes American Air Record for Her Sex; Up 37 Minutes I I Mf&s Mah'lda v Mo'i.3onV v‘ . i Weighing Only 95 Pounds, Mile. Dutrieu Delights in Flying,| Though She Has Had Close Calls with Death. Double S.& H. Green Trading Stamps Before Noon; Single Stamps Afternoon and Night Ribbons Checked Taffeta Rlbbona, S'a inches, navy,cardinal, brown and Alice; special per yard. 20c. Black Taffeta Ribbon. 6 in. wide, per yard, 19c. Broad and Cedar Streets We Carry Complete jtflkffcMts of the famous Merode Underwear biack^permdTisc" The Best Values in Millinery This season it seems as if our second floor Millinery Parlors has over-shadowed all past efforts in the way of bringing out the most beautiful and becoming styles. And never before has there been such a wide and exclusive collection to select from. The prices, also, reveal a practical lesson in economy, and whether you pay 4.98, 7.50 or 12.50 for the popular priced hats, up to 25.00 and 50.00 for the highest class millinery, there’s just that amount of originality, style and taste that places the Snyder millinery so far above all others. Allow us to prove it to you. 4.98, 7.50, 12.50 and up to 50.00 Thomson Glove=Fitting, W. B. and Regis Corsets • $1.50 Values at $t.00 Highly favored and well-known corsets at a special price. New models, of an excellent grade of coutil._An opportunity that jnight to be quickly taken advantage of. Medium bust and the much-wanted long hip and back; ( prettily trimmed; six hose sup- d rw /V porters attached^ all sizesL but I IIII not in each single style; $1.50 1 | || | corsets, at.. Jl# V v The Best Hosiery Sale of All All goods in this sale are absolutely new and perfect, the cream of foreign and domestic makes, offered at about one-fourth to one-third off regular prices. Women’s 19c Hose Medium weight silk finished g tm maco cotton hose, full seam- 1 less, fast lustrous black, 1111, double soles, spliced heels and toes, sold regularly for 19c per pair; our special price during this sale, I5c. Women’s Silk Hose Thread boot loop silk hose of a superior quality, full fashioned, double lisle soles, spliced heels and toes, lisle tops, per pair. Children’s Hose Full regular made fine rib bed hose for boys and girls, extra heavy soles,spliced heels and toes, double -g/-\ knees, a splendid |V/"v stocking for wear & l/jt, tear, reg. 25c and 29c Or 3 pairs for lOn Men’s Half Hose Imported and domestic lisles, silk lisles and cottons, black colors and fancies, positively not a pair worth less than 19c, while over half are 25c goods, sale price. Infants’ Hose Best quality Australian cashmere hose with silk heels and toes; white, tan, .g ov pink and blue; reg ular 25c; sale price, JK^V per pair. Or 8 pair* for Son Sale Men’s and Young Men’s Sample Fall Suits All the Leading: Styles that Retail in the |A A A Regular Way for $12.50 and $15.00=-on Sale JII llll When it is possible to buy the best £12.50 and £15.00 Fall Suits at £10.00 we >n"T3s_ really do not see why any man that cares to save a good bit of money can afford to miss this offer. The reason we can sell them at such a low price is because we secured a manufacturer’s entire line of sample suits at special price concession. These are all high-class garments. We would tell you the name of the make, but one condition of the purchase was that we were not to advertise it; the label and guarantee is in the inside pocket of each coat. The sizes come for young men 32 chest measure up to 48 chest measure for stout men, and are shown in this Fall’s newest fabrics. f— The Materials Are: Plain Blue Serge Fancy Blue Serge Plain Black Thibet Fanck Black Worsted New English Tweed Popular Brown Mixtures Popular Gray Mixtures $12.50 to $15 Suits V»" i Boys’ to $4.00 Suits fit.^ AO Some with extra / pants, double- s\J breasted and Nor folk styles, made of splendid wearing cassimeres and worsteds, in neat light and dark mixed pat terns; sizes 6 to 17 years; value >4.00, at $2.98. Boys’ $4.50 and $5 Fall | Reefers . « . ^ /^r I The nattiest all wool Fall Reefer 0 that a mother would care to look at; in the latest mixed mannish effects; all have silk velvet collars; sizes 2X to 10; value (4.50 and (5.00; special, at $3.25. I Women’s Kid Gloves Nowhere are better values to be found in re liable gloves. Here are a few specials that well demonstrate the fact: Women’s Fine Kid Qloves, made of selected skins, stitched backs, gusseted fingers, in all the new fall shades—tan, gray, cham pagne, also black and white; all sizes from 5J4 to 8, value 89c; special, per 16-Button White Kid Prime Lamb Skin Qloves, full extra arm-stitched back, every pair fully guaranteed as to fit and finish; sizes 5)4 / Illy o7X-. val.5.50, at,pair “,vu 16-Button Fine French Chamoisette Qloves, in natural and white, silk stitched backs, all sizes, guar- r»f\ _ anteed to wash; worth 75c, special, per ^y £ pair. Women’s Savoy Oloves—Our famous make, the best glove made to sell at $1. Fine French kid; zt^ w every pair guaranteed; shown in tan, mode, gray, navy, garnet, white with black or black with 'm I white; one clasp; Paris stitched backs and gus- ^ seted fingers; a big leader here at. __ \ EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Framed Pictures Artistic framed pictures, consisting of etchings, fac similes, landscapes, carbon photographs, fruits, games, drawings, religious and children subjects, framed in oak,antique, gilt, black and brown frames, all different sizes up to 14x18 and 12x20; values 50c to 75c; choose in the 3rd floor picture gallery Women’s Fall Shoes On Sale in the Underpriced Basement Shoe Department Women’s Footwear at a most unusual saving; all sizes and widths, so there will be no trouble in being fitted. They are high shoes in patent colt, gun-metal and vici kid leathers, with mat kid and cloth tops, button and blucher styles. Goodyear welts, solid white oak soles; special in the base- f ment shoe department; I mil 3.00 and 3.50 values, \%\jy special at, per pair s •««*... • : .S Vr?'-1 ic-1, ,TV -•' A J.VrAcifc . -/ -..d. . ' H Women’s & Misses’$25 Suits Featured 1Q.75 Here at .... *' High-class models that have no equal even at $25, the price they were made up to be sold at. Includ ed are the season’s newest effects, embodying the leading models. Made of imported and Wuromboo broadcloths, new weaves in cheviots and wide wales; also imported mix tures, in plain trimmed and Norfolk models; carefully tailored in the newest lines shown this season; 28 inch semi-fitted models; new effects in skirts of suits, all silk or Skinner satin lined, all shades and all sizes, good $25.00 suits, special at 19.75. Photo Supplies M. Q. Ideal Developer, reg. 10c tube, 2 for 15c. Hyposulphite of Soda, reg. 5c lb., at 2 lbs. for 5c. Acid Hypo, makes 32 ozs., reg. 15c, at 10c. 5x8 Duramoid Trays, reg. 17c, at 13c. 4x5 Plate Holders, reg. 48c, at 39c. 5x7 Plate Holders, reg. 65c, at 59c. 4x5 Print Trimmers, reg. 40c, at 36c. 5x7 Print Trimmers, reg. 60c, at 54c. 8-oz. Liquid Developers, reg. 25c, at 18c. We also carry a large assortment of card mounts, albums, Cyko paper and Ansco films, and do developing and printing. fa 1 1 fa • I fa l On Sale Main Snyder s Special Shoes $4 ** 22 Every additional penny you put into footwear at this time of the year is most judiciously expended, pro vided vou buy at the right place. The Snyder Special Shoe at $4.00 has stood the test for years; this season they are better than ever. Your $4-00 spent for a pair of these famous shoes does the work of $5.00 elsewhere. Anti-Bunion Shoe for women—a shoe that reme dies the ills of poor-fitting shoes; no seam at the joint; come in two styles, vici kid with tip of same on me dium straight last, good stout flexible soles, medium v heel, also dull mat kid, plain toe, Cuban heel. ] A storm boot that is built for style as well as service, of black Russia calf, lace model, buckle at top, with ball strap across front of shoe, giving it a very smart ap pearance; full double sole of selected oak leather, stitched aloft; an ideal tramping boot. There are many more desirable models in Snyder’s Special Shoes at $4.00.