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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911.
NEW CITY BATHS
AT CONEY ISLAND
TO OPENJ ULY 1 5
Thirty Thousand Persons Can
Be Accommodated Daily in
Huee Municipal Pavilion.
HMltb Oflcr of tha port, that th ohlld
dlrt of chtlrra.
Paulo LebOSSettt, arad thraa. taJcrm
froai tb Ahrursl IS trip post liousa on
Sn-lnhurno Inland on hfr arrival, died
Metohtorre Raffs, d twntv-nin,
dld on tha transfer boat. Jim W
Wailawrtli yrstirclay, aa h vss rHn
Ukkcn from the Atmir.xt to Swl -rtmrn
Vlnctfltn FUNrt, an1 twanty-thro.
I rrltl'-ally III at Swinburne Inland.
The hrblfMI and th Laura aah
hava tWO CeSSS of Kit lcn"s on hoard.
SAW WILD WEST HOLDUP
RIGHT IN THE HOLY LAND.
Party of Tourists Made to "Hands
Up" and Shell Out to Band
of Masked Men.
noHTON. J.tria II. In th wilds of
I'nleatlne hoMuim ara pulled off In (he
moat approved sfyla of Amerlean fletion,
aerordtnK to Dr. Ira I). Payne of Dea
Molnea. Iowa, who ha Jtist returned
from a six month' trip through Egypt
and the Holy Land.
"It wan whlla we war belween Oalllee
and Zammaren, In the wildest part of
paleatlnt," aaid Dr. Payne, "that the
tourist party Just ahead of HI was at-tar-Ked
hy the maaked brlsjands. The
travellera were asked to hold up their
handa and the rohbera went through
thetr po--ketj and baHKSR with the pre
cision of epert. W hen we rear hed the
arena, which wo had viewed from a
rocky outlook aeveral mllea away, thv
bond Hi had dlaappeared and the travel
ler! were pennlleaa "
Tho new municipal bathhouoo at
Coney Island will be thrown open to
tho public on July Li. Alderman Al- j
ondor II. Drear). cr m Informed by tho
cootroctora the North Kaatern t'nn
tructlon Company-that they will have
tho flnlehlnu tOOCMl applied to tho j
bathhouse bv tiint date, when all will 1
ko In readJneaa to aceomrtiodat the
TWrtr thousand batheia will be able I
to uaa the irrrm bathing establishment
daily. The pavilion la sixty leet wide
gad 400 fret lon. rontamtng hundreds ,
of private room! sml hwer baths, to-
gather with all the adjunct! and ap- 1
polntments of an up-to-date bathhouse, I
aperlntrndrnt of Public Kulldlng '
Woody of Brooklyn stattd to-day to g!
reporter for The ICvenlng World that j
hla part of the work of opening tho '
both houoe will be completed on time,
portntendent Woody will have the i
gating of oil tho bothhouae employeea,
Including attendants, and will alan pro
vide the Interior furnlehlng of the big I
pavllllon as well.
Jlr. Woody suld thgt the dilatory
tactles of certain niembera of the
Board of Aldermen who had refused to !
vote the money necessary to ongago
the employee had delayed hla work of
aioeai stlmi but by working night and j
day ho would be able to organlie a full
faro and achool them In their dutlea.
And the opening la not to he thwarted
hy either Aldermnnlc hoatlllty or hath i
hoaao owners' opposition. Alderman
Draocher has already atated that cor- 1
tain opposing Interests desire to caat I
dlaorodll on the project by aen llng aev- j
org! bun. In-1 undesirable poraona to tho
bath on the opening day.
fluoh a move will be prevented by the
poHoo, for Comptroller J'rondorgaat, I
tTroatdent Mltchel and tho Mayor him
past will eee to It that the hostile plan '
Of tho bath house Interests will not be .
allowed to go through. Municipal bath
hoajao attendants themaelvea too will I
aid to preventing any disorderly t le
mon t appearing and disturbing the or
'Hackett, Carhart Clothes!
A JUNE SALE OF
Here arc clothing prices at, the height of the season for
standard Hackett Carhart clothing that will astonish you
fact, thev are the lowest prices we have known for suits of
thai quality. Our Reorganization and Extension Sale now
in progress makes these extraordinary values ixxssible.
Men's Suits $
Lvcry garment intended tu sell litis sea
son for till, tlH or ltd and extraordinary
value at those prices. Inrluded arn suits
of all wool blue serge ami gray, tan ami
mixture cheviots. There are aires for men
and voting men In correct conservative
ami radical models.
Value 120 and ttt.it
When the fabrics for these 1,5.(111 suits
were bought ami delivered, when the
models for cutting them were chosen and
when the grade, of tailoring for them waa
derided upon, we said: "These will be t ho
most wonderful suit values at ttfO and
ttt.M) in all America." Now thev are
tl.il Over a hundred different desirable
patterns to choose from in a dozen good
style models. Plain blues as well at mix
ture units. Sixes for men and young men.
Men's Suits M -7.50
value tn.it am jp M
Included at $17 .10 you will hud all those
new shades of blue, gray, brown and tan
now being featured extensively at tf 5. Up
to the high Hackett, Carhart standard in
every detail of tailoring, trimmings, fabric,
fit and style, these suits are extreme values
at their present price.
Values Ml A ttt
The average price of all Hackett. Carhart
1 lot lies sold in the last fifty years hovers
around ttt. That fixe the character of
this business. These tt and t8 suit,
embody the spirit of Hackett. Carhart
clothes. Among the 1,850 garments in our
three stores you will surely find the pattern
and model you desire, because only the
best of the new styles arc represented.
. E. TUKLHNti 1UIN. Vice-president
New Harlem Store
125th St, nr. 3d Ave.
Harlem Store Open Evening!
265 B'way, nr. Chambers
841 B'way, Cor. nth St
FROM ONE LINER
Two Other Vessels From Med
iterranean Ports, with Illness
on Board, Are Held.
tleatna from cholora
death at sea from the sumr
hitherto not rsipot til were
nounced to-day at Quarantine
all, tour caaes have been ahown.
ego dead ww. passe-rgera on board the
Para Degll Aibruzil, which arrived
her. yesterday from Mediterranean
Two other shine tho Hrharosaa,
from Trieste, and the Laura, from
Uratnon were held up at Quarantine
to-day because of aupl loua Illness on
Board. All the itatrago paeaengara of
tb Duca J'egl. AbrUgal ar. held nt
Hoffman Island, anl the oabln p.i
gengers, also undM- detention, will tie
Joaef Colellti, an Infant, died en hoard
tag Abruxs! and was burled at sea on
Juno U. The ship's surgeon reported
tho cgae as one of "Injury to the In
testines," hut a specimen which he pre
aarvad showed undtr a 'bacteriological
.gamlnaiton tnada hy Dr. Doty, tho
Dinner De Luxe,1
Thursday, June 22, 1911
Sorvod from 11.30 A.M. to 2.15 P.M.
riglilh Klocr. ,
GEURY, OLIVES, RADISHES
CREAM OF CAULIFLOWER OR
COLD CHICKEN BROTH IN CUP
FRIED SOFT SHELL CRABS,
TARTARE SAUCE, OR
COLD EGG A LA ESTRAGON
CHICKEN FRICASSE' , JEANETTE,
OR BROILED FILET MIGNON
NEW ASPARAGl'S HOI. I. ANDAISE
AND POM ME DUCHESSE
ICE CREAM CROQUETTES
STRAWBERRY SAUCE OR
PUNCH CREME DE MENTHE
COFFEE. TEA, MILK
ICED COFFEE, ICED TEA
.1 gl.lk An lith la ltlh C
Iran truthfully say tbat Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Hoot is a ver go d medicine,
got alone fur kidney trouble, but alio for
weak and sore back, as well a fur rbeu
matism. About a year aj;o I hecame ill and un
able to work, my trouble being a lame
bach, I read of y our Swamp-Hoot in lag
newspaper and m an Aliuauae Itcliev
Step right forward, ladies and gen
tlemen, and learn the gteat scret of In
vesting money SAFELY and PROFITABLY.
The man above, like many, found the
iag It would do me good, I went to my ! house, lot or farm Harcaln through the
druggist, Mr. Skinner, ami purchased
bottle. Finding relief in one lift y -rent
bottle, I Atirchased several more and in
a abort tfTine ab able to continue with
any woA and am to-day feeling well and
a. i always reeommeuu nr. r.n-rSwamp-Hoot
to un it lends, I be
lt is as good u mcdicmc u cuu be
Alt. I ST BTRONO,
Mil laooad Street,
NO aflnaeapolii, Minn.
Mr. Skinner makes affidavit that he
old the Swamp-Hoot In Mr. Struug.
"Real Estate" Advertiae
mentg Printed in the
More Than The Herald.
Times, Sun, Tribune and
Dr. Kilmer V Co..
Bingham ton. N. Y
frost ttbit Susuip toit Will Do For Toe
Semi to Dr. Kilmer ; Co , Hiugliam
n, N. V., for a sample bottle, U will
Kivince any one. on w ill also receive
booklet of al'.iIe information iclliiiK
11 about the kidneys ami bladder. When i
riling, be sure ami mention the New i
ark Evening World. Regular lifly
lat ami otte-doltur size but lies for sale
t all dm
go Kalra lharae for II.
aVgvsru-.-. .. , lor 't ut lu.ui aia im iatt a
mm aatnua Hi.uwi aiawai uttu ta tat ,
What a great difference there Is be
tween a happy and an unsatisfactory
World Ads (or Bargaini
World Ada for Variety
World Ads for Results
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory mnkea
more "Offers of Woal
tiona" than any other
two mediuma in the
R. H. Maey Ce. AltraeMeais Ar Thetr Lww Pfteaag
S4t to Mtk aa.
. I MACY GROCERIES
WE KNOW HOW
WE KNOW HOW
We guarantee the purity
of our groceries.
Are you sure of yours ?
When you buy groceries from Macy's you buy from actual
Over on the far west of 35th street is tlie Macv factorv.
Coffee, tea. baking powder, etc. these all are prepared for the
market with a care and mdiiment that insure not onlv nuntv nf
quality, but accuracyof weight.
The most extensive, up-to-date machinery abstracts every
particle of dust from both coffee and tea. and our system of pack
ing retains all those qualities without which Macv teas and cof
fees would taste no better than ordinary teas and coffees sold at
the same prices. t-iru, near,
A special sale of Lily White Brand or Paarleae Brand Un
sweetened Evaporated Milk, in tall pint cans; this sale, dozen, Q
92c j can Oc
Coffee our "Vienna" Brand better titan coffee sold elsewhere nt
pound; fresh roasted, in the hean, granulated and pulverized; regularly 27c
i rid: lor this sale, J.-i-Ib. P.tgs lf-.ti onlvi. $5.49i 5-lh. carton
(brans only), $1.12; pound cartons 23c
Curio Chop" Taaa bormosa Oolong, ErtfltSh Breakfast. Cevlon. Vnnna
Hyson. Japan and Mixed: same quality sold elsewhere at Me lb.; our regu
lar once .lie pound; for this sale, 5-lb. caddy. tl.28i l()-lb. caddv.
$2.52; pound 28c
Red Star" Baking Powder an absolutely Dure cream of
tartar powder of our own manufacture; much lower priced than
any other baking powder of equal merit. Special prices:
j-lb can. regularly ttci I 1-lb. can, regularly 34c; IS-lb. can, regularly
ale, 14c; doen. . .Jl.a sale. ZSc dozen.
Olde Kngliah Muatard, our own
brand: fresh shipment just arrived;
specially milled and packed by the
grower! In Peterborough, England
for us; 2-oz. tin, net weight, 7ci
loz., 81c; Ub .tin, 13cj doz..
11.46; 'Hb tin, net weinht, 23c:
loz.. $2.66i l-lt. tin. 44c; doz., t.14
Lilv White Brand Tor.iato Catsup,
Hiuaranteetl alisolutely pure and un-
orecl; "j not tie 11c; ilozen, JI.ZB;
.I-, n. $2.71; gallon juils, e.tcll. . .oc
Poarl Hominy, best white granti
lateo; 2-iu. cartons, niu sale oc
Cracked Whaat, mads by theQuak
Oats Co.. 2-lb. carton, this salt
Karina, "Silver" Brand: nUnuf&Ct
ured by the Quaker Oats Co.; car
ton contains silver-plated te.tspoou
sold elsewhere at lSc; our price for
this sale 13.
Porto Rico Pure Cuava Jelly
Marceau Brand; large glass jar, this
Tomatoes, "Port Deposit" brand
extra line, red, ripe, solid packed
regular size so-called quart cans,
dozen, ttc ; each Be
Golden Wax Baana, "Lily White'
I land, extra fancy: No. 2 can: dozen,
fl .33; each 12
Pork and Beans. "Lilv White'
brand, plain or with tomato sauce
No, 3 can, dozen, $1.33; each
ft SO; sale $1.22
Flavoring Extracta, "Hed Star',
brand; made n 6ur own laboratory;
warranted absolutely pure. For this
Vanilla, 2-oz bot , doz $1.69: ca.. ISc
Vanilla, 4-oz bot , doz $3.24; ca , 29c
Lemon, -oz not , tloz $1.4G; ta , 13C
Lemon, 4-oz, bot , doz $2.77 ; ea , 24c
Jelly Powders, "Lily White" brand,
including lemon, orange, raspberry,
Itrawbtrry. vanilla, oeach. rhaeru
chocolate, pineapple, mint and plain;
mane a ueacious dessert; dozen. 79c;
Lily White" Brand Sliced Beef, in
glass jars, 8-oz jar, 15c; No. 1 jar 27
Bonelaaa French Sardines, "Me
velbc" brand, packed in pure olive oi
M I - .. . . . ., 1 ' . fl A
isu 1 n.iii, jic: ..i '4 tan e.ic
our i .irDraiea rruit ayrupa, rasp-
Derry, strawnerry, lemon, orange,
vanilla, pineapple and ten other
flavors; guaranteed absolutely pure
a quart, 38ci pints 21
Lily White Brand "Absolute!'
Pure" Crape Juice) prices, smal
bott.e. 12c; dozen. $1.38: medium
Ixittle. 22c, dozen, $2.43) large bot
tle. 39c: dozen. S4.4fii U allnti 7a,-,
gallon jars $1.38
Koae's Umi Juice, large bottle. 34c
each; dozen $3.97
Rosa's Lima Juice, small bottle. 23c
each; dozen $2.66
Cosaman s Brand Ginger Al
medium bottles; doz.n $1.08
Refreshing Drinka for Hot Daya
Send or 'phone for our complete price list.
Grape Juice, Lime Juice, Champagne Cider. Root Beer. Ginger Ale. ?vrsa-
ptrillti Orange Phosphate.
Delivered by tho Case
KIMONO $1 59
BLOUSES K.I so where $1.75
Made with square neck, out
lined with color to match cuffs:
cluster tucks back and front,
white panel of imitation Irish
crochet down front, with strip
of color embroidery medallions
in center; heavy machine cluny
lace both sides of front panel,
around neck, cuffs and down
At $5.89, hand made blouses in
three styles. Aortli up to $10.00.
At $10.89, hand made blouses,
beautifully hand embroidered: 14
models, values up to $20.00.
In preparation forttock-taklng heavy
reductions have fVen mJOe throughout
our enthe stock of French negliiee.
matinee and dinner blouses up to $77.50
fOf a real foct blouse of cobweb texture
that was $95.00 earlier in the season.
Maey at Co. 'a Attractions Are TTiesV Low frleo
The Only Hat for "the Beach
cooler and more
shady than sun-bunnets.
Men wear it also
as well, wear it
Folda compactly without breaking ideal knockabout hat
Three Qu.litiea, 1 9C, 3)c Q)c
Trimmed Outing Hats for Women
PEANUT STRAWS AND LINEN HATS, trimmed WltR 5wtftM or r '
folds of silk S3 8 94
OUTING AND STEAMER HATS OF SCRATCH OR FRENCH KELT.
ia'eaie.21JiJaSai'J sIik! s: "-"tuned Very simply; from $1.69 to $7.49
Wai Va ' P1 Wmmads a special S.s.oo style: at $2.97
PANAMAS, negligee and dress shapes; an immense' variety: values t.i.sti
to $12.00( our prices are 279 to $9.89
IN THE MILLINERY SALON, tailored, afternoon and tvm
fgfl hats copied from costly French models, S9.89 to S45.50.
FOR WOMEN I GLOVES
Full 16-button it li
In White, Black
and Colors p&.74
English ist rv
In Cadet & Reg- ,
ular Sizes; Tan Ipl.jy
Numerous other stores charge 3.2S for the women's and
81.50 for the men's the identical gloves from the same
manufacturers. Finer qualities of Gloves for men up to H.94;
for women up to 53.44.
49c to $10.89
Everybody is wearing waists
with the 1-rench trill on the let t
shoulder. Parisians, anticipat
ing tne new neea tnese truis
would create, designed very long
plain and jewelled pins, that are
as ornamental as useful. These
are generally worn across the
shoulder, but may be used in
many other ways.
We were overstocked on certain
kinds, and applied the usual rem
edy- a cut in price. m p.
we have in our simile jeweiry aepi.
copies of almost every design ihown
bu the Rue de la Paix jeweler in
fart anil by specialty Jewelry shops
Included ore biacelets. lockets, pend
ants. Iavaliicr,s. olauues. pearl collars
and bayadere topes ol pearls. Prices
up to $143.00.
mens soft shirts sssr
This la the material we import for d ! QQ
our made-to-measure shirts. riser, tp 1 a70
Owing to a large accumulation ot odd lengths,
we decided to have a quantity of shirts made up
ready to wear.
l his is the result: 1,450 '-hirts made bv the same hands that
f thorough tailoring
56c to 68c
In various practical designs.
FRENCH ALL-WOOL CHALLIES
56c and 68c per yard.
Conies of hi-'h grade silks and
narrow borders buitable for the
prevailing style of dress.
rascinatins ana popular ma
terial, so much used for bummer
frocks. The varied patterns are
etiua v becominc to young and
old. Our stock is complete, and.
moreover, includes several new
svles ot advance border-print
mgs intended tor ran selling;
also all-over designs, sucn as
mall rosebuds and sprigs on
white grounds, in delicate tints
of pink, light blue and helio.
LINEN SUITING 19c
Width 36 inchra Value 25c
This material is of the popular
weight and shade that immedi
ately con lures up visions of
cool - looking suits, dusters,
motor robes, skirts, dresses
children S wear, cushions, etc
SALE OF 19c
PIIRP Nil K Sis-yard
a vnu -- a a. length.
CORSET LACES v5f
2.000 lengths is the total num
ber in this sale manufactur
ers' surplus stock all the silk
extra neavy ana pure in wnite
light blue, pink. "gHZ fSS.
SILK WARP 34c
a sara stssaaiaaw
a is I rspri ealue
Al LLJJ 40c.
Width, 36 inchea.
A pongee weave, but softer
and lighter in texture, and wel
adapted for women's and chil
dren's warm weather apparel
Black, white and a complete
range ot street and evening
shades. 1st Fl
, . sjaf
smrtv i ins is the surest guaran
ou will appreciate the nw-irtmi-nt
of patterns and colorings in these fl.98 shirts, from the fact
that we did not have more than one piecj of anv tuip rfeaisn
X'.o . l. i : .1 " 'I. ., I . ;-
ttiuiuui uuuuii mis is me me'bi leinarKapie .pportuni:y ever
onereu ai so low a price.
All coat atylea cuffs attached
Plain cuff a on most; French cuffs on a few.
Your custom made shirts of imported silk and linen at
Macy's need cost you no more than $10.50. It is the last
. J t r r a -
wora in personal luxury, rrices ror a sr.irt, to your
particular measure, sir, pegin at SJ.4S
SAVE $3.61 on SAFETY RAZORS
Buy a "Comet" for $1.39
t m,i riear.
It is easier to buy a $5.00 Safety Razor for $5.00
than to find the difference between a $5.00 Safety
Kazor and the bafety Razors we are offering here
The Comet is finished in such
a manner as to leave very little
room for improvement, however
high a price is contemplated.
Included in this handsome plush
lined leatherette case are seven oil
tempered, hand-honed razor blades,
ready for instant use; a genuine
Badger Hair Shaving Brush,
fitted with a collapsible nickel
plated handle; also a stick of Williams' Best Shaving Soap in a
nickel plated box. i
In addition to all this, the razor is backed by our guar
antee, which, as all who have tested it know, means com-
BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS
Reduced to About Half Now $1.48 ,
RUSSIAN SUITS-30 styles to select from. Sizes 2 to 8 yra.
Choice of import
ed or domestic repp.
English drill, madras
and galatea stripes;
plain white, blue,
pink and tan; sailor
collars in plain and
med with braid or
embroidered e m -
Mem; military! coU
jar. Pleated models
sizes 5 to 12 years.
Choice of galatea,
chambray, dri 1 1 ;
plain white, with
Bathine tights, being less
cumbersome, have almost en
tirely superseded bloomers.
T I'd in.
Here are half a dozen kinds
which are in constant demand.
Thev give you the season's choice
in style. Although the bathing
season is JUSt under way., these
prices, like our others, are tne
owest in the city, rrove inn w
. BkKk lisle thread knre
4 9c tights, crochet top and draw
string, double Mat,
a? i 1 - Black Imported cotton
3 I . I 9 tigliK with stocking
feet', close-titting top.
t Mtrcerited li-le thread
S l . C " bloomers, nev. this sea-
KXi; made full at tlu knees; navy.
- t. ksilk-Dlated tiahts,
ibZ. I y with stocking feet and
. Bl i k cash men knee
t) .H lights, medium weight
ivith close-fitting tape top.
s Sivin silk tights, with
Jbrfi.ocJ Mocking feel and close
itti ( i"p. in black and colors.
Chambray in plain, navy, light blue or tan,
and galatea in navy, red or light blue stripes;
also beach suits in white, navv and light
blue trimmed in several styles, with braid or embroidered emblems.
Other Wash Suits in regular stock from 94c to $9.74
BOYS' WHITE BLOUSES OR SHIRTS
68C, 94C, $1.39 SizealO to 17 Years.
Plain or pleated. of sturdy materials, cut to give the utmost freedom to
growing youths, and finished in a style as good as is used for men's shirts.
75c, $1.25and $1.75 ara the prices that you would have to pay for
thee qualitiaa in other shops. 34 pjj
BOYS' WHITE SILK FOUR-IN-HAlMO i lES. Umis'ial 0 A , oft
values at 24c:"ld39c
A special sale of several hun
dred very pretty pieces.
Clear Glass, Choice De
aign, Brilliant Cutting.
CUT GLASS SUGAR AND CRF.AM,
, hrv. 1:1th. tut mid - .iim. ict'U ar ' '.40
this bale.. ....$1.29
CUT GLASS CELERY TRAY, chrys-
rfthe mm design, regtilari- fi.f:
this sale $1.19
CUT GLASS SPOON MOLDLR. reg
ularly si.tff; tin - sale 98
A full stock of magnificent
"Straus" Cut Glut Can
delabra, VattS, Decanters,
Epergnes, Punch Bowls, etc.,
up to $99.50.
Reduced Because Purchased
Business bad. An irresistible
proposition which we ac
cepted. There you have all
the material facts in brief.
Inquire about and become
acquainted with regular values
in Baby Carriages, inen you
will appreciate the opportunity
these prices afford.
Pullmnn Slcrpers, v.ith rcrd Ivwds,
in either light or oak finish; all the
latest designs: laxly and hood lined
witli good qutlity corduroy; steel
tubing gear; 58 rubber tired wheels.
Sold regularly for ms.st;
Maey s special price, $11.89
Sold regularly for lis. 74:
. icya1 special price, $14.42
So!d regularly for Mt.eJ:
Macy's special price, $16.31
Pullman Slrepra, ill ulnte or KrV
enamel, never known to have been
sold elsewhere m- less than S25.00;
... A. .t
10 to 17
This is our
nt her stores.
D o u b I e -
of line wors
mohair cr al
These suits are
tailored with the care
which is bestowed on
the best suits for
men, but they are
made by tailors who
specialize on boys'
Other Suits for
Hoys.ranging up to,
l Ft 1