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iWaSTOR GIVES I
FIANCEE All 2,000 !
! ENGAGEMENT RING,
Mhs Force Sets Out To-Day
lb Gather Trousseau for
' Coming Wedding.
CEREMONY IN 60 DAYS.
Modistes Will Have to Work
Overtime to Outfit the
Miss. Madeleine Talmare Foree, who
stmafl from Newport lain evenins
Wtth bar mother after ehooalng a oot
ta which ahe will be married to
Col. John Jacob Aator, set out to-day
go order a troueaeau befitting th brio",
t a man whoaa Income, la mora than
(MOO, 9 a roar. It Is expactad that
Mora of ahopkeaper will bo wording
taster heavy praaauro lo supply lha
"Ponobo, wtth "ta Infinite number of
(totalis, within the hrlef period of sluty
ta the aame period Pol Aator plana
a frosld for hla brMe a magnificent
a OMleatlon of Jesrela a ta r-oaaeaaed j
tar any lady of quality In the land. A
ft more trifle to begin with he bestowed
upon hla betrothed a VMM engagement
This vastly Important bauble j
iaa iMiiunmeett on tne flay tnat Mr.
Jrroe Insisted upon the announcement i
Ot hla daughter's engsa-ement It waa
pnrchaaed t a Fifth avenue jeweller' 1
, The ring la net with a single atone, an
trail diamond of the -leareat water
walghlng i 4 rarat.
BRIDE-TO-BE RETURNS TO NEW
PORT TO ATTEND DINNER.
The rnmelv young- hrlde-to-be will he
a rushed aa the tallora and milliners
and dreaom altera and divers and sundry
tradesmen who will share In the cre
ation of her trousseau, for she must be
back In Newport before Aim. II. On
the evening of that dnte Ool. Aator will
entertain inn rur.sta at dinner at hla
Newport nnnslon. Ree.'hwnod. The 100
grieata will Include the "fine fleur" of
American society who are either sum
marine In Newport or will arrive In
aba harbor on the squadron of yachts
now engaged In rhe New York Tacht
Clifb'a annual cruise.
Of course, the handsome young brlde
lo be will be the gueat of honor, and
there Is likely to be a battle royal
among' the rival dictator of clasi.
faahlon and quality for her aupport
Mra Ogden Mill and Mr. John R.
Draa.l are now atrlvlng for the su
premacy that ha never been decided
aflnoe the death of Mr. William Aator.
mother of CoL John Jacob Aator. It
may remain for Ihe hitherto obscure
Brooklyn beauty to determine whether
a If 111 or a Drexel (hall rule the world
she la marrying Into, or It Is possible
.hat ahe herself may aaplre to that ex
ulted honor. If o ahe will be the
youngest o-lal sovereign In the history
of the so-called American arlatocracy.
FORCES BROKE INTO HIGH SO
CIETY AT BAR HARBOR.
The William H Forces are living at
Mo. It Beat Thirty-seventh street In a
furnished house Mr. Force leased from
Camllle Weldenfeld, the banker. Their
migration from Brooklyn dntos back
only three years, though they have
been spendli.g their summers at Bar
Harbor for a deoade. It waa by circling
around Che social frontier at Har llar-
k"V bor that they gradually won their way
I e through the exclusive barriers, .n a
nay of speaking, however, they were
stlH on the outside looking In whan the
ohsrmlnK younger daughtet met Col.
astor .sat iiniiner and fascinated hl.n
by her heauty and wit.
Blnca 1900 the Forces have lived In
furnished housea In the fashionable mid
dle taction of the city. In 19uo they
Jived at No. 31 Kaet Forty-nlntli strew,
from where they moved to No. 64 West
Thirty-etg-hth street. They rented Mr.
Weldenfeld's bagUttftll home last I).
i ember, taking the huuse for n year at
ii fancy rental It waa not until they
moved Into this Mouse t.'ui' thev hegiui
giving elaborate dinner parties to Col.
, tor and his frieiule
At the Force home to-day it was aa.,1
that the flancon of Col. Astor was
greatly distressed at the mass of an
onymous letters and postal cants n.io
lias been receiving Many of these nig.
Ives art of a scurrilous character.
Many are cynical and sarcastic, refer
ring back to the divorce suit of Mrs
Alt Willing Astor and predicting that
It will not he long before she la a
plaintiff In a stmliir action.
How Tenants Are
Being Signaled by
Printed 20,784 "To Let'
Ads. Last Week
Printed but 7,567 "To
Let" Ads. Last Month
13, '217 U Than Tht WotM
More ImprtMtwe Proof
that Tcnantnand Home
teekeri Have Leurnrtf
World Ads. forVariety
World Ads. for Results
How to KeeP Vour Figure
Second of a Series of Articles by Prominent New York Physicians for the Women
Headers ot Ihe bvening World.
"Proper Food and Exercise Countess GrQixatd to Spend Month
tn fro per Quantities
Make Up the Only Cure
for Fat," Says Dr. E.
Helen Knight Why
New Yorkers Grow Stout
Physical and Mental
Work Needed to Offset
the Effects of the Rich
Foods and Fine Cook
ery That Tempt City
By Marguerite Mooera Marshall.
Mow oaa yon keep your figure?
Dr. Elmer Le put forward yesterday
hla answer to the perennial question that
agitate alike the broker of Wall street
and the brokers' wive of Fifth avenue.
He suggested a alx-maal-a-day regimen,
consisting entirely of vegetables and
fruit, and unaaalotad by aay special
treatment or ieroiea
Different view are held by Dr. B.
Helen Knight, who has an office at No.
K Mount Morris Park Welt
"There are almost as many ways of
growing thin a there ar people to try
them." she said. "It 1 daoldedly dif
ficult to formulate a general method.
Such pronouncement sometimes do
harm Instesd of good, because Indi
viduals apply them without considering
the qualification affecting their own
"But still there 1 a oenald -rablr gen
eral warning that may be Issued, for
there are general condition which are
responsible for a large meature of the
corpulence In New York and other
"During the greater part of the
rear our climate 1 salubrious, m
air maker people feel all- and
givee them excellent appetites.
Then In this city, at laaot, we have
probably soms of the heat cooks
and cookery to he found anywhere
In the world, and we have excellent
markets. There 1 a continual temp
tation to gratify the prompting of
the palate, even If the pookatbook
suffer unduly In the procees.
EASY GETTING AROUND ROBS
US OF EXERCISE.
"Fally as Important a factor as snv
I have mentioned the excellence of
our varloua trsnsportatlon systems.
The city Is honeycombed with cheap
public conveyances above, below and
on the ground. It la the easiest thing
In the world to avail one's self of them
and thus lose proper exercise."
"And this applies particularly to
women, does It not?" I suggested.
' 'Assuredly," ths diK-tor replied
iwerywnere one sees men snovenin
gown quintltla of rich food and yet
keepi.-ic r-lemlc. and agile. It la because
they are continually on the go. and hy
exercise COUnt.ract ne 'n"ftt-'t '
large amount of food
"Women grow fa: oe'euae they are
torpid and llUgglth of body and hraln.
Thev eat too mu ii and too often. Then
they sit or tecllne In overheated rooms,
and step Into a carriage or a car when
ever they leave their apartments.
I "It Is not mofoly a duration of phys
ical sloth It la a matter of mental In-
jdolenee. These women have no gr-Mt
o iject, no Intense, abiding Interest in
i life They don't even use up In think
ing; any of the energy which they aie
continually generating. They eonsldei
little things languidly, though, by 'he
way. they give much more Consideration
than Is necessary tn their menus. It
makea hid think of the old warn ng
that we eit to lle, not live to eat.'
"Why. ever so many thin people
would ho fat If they permitted it!" ex
claimed Or. Knight. "1 ootlld sanl!
become thirty or forty pound heavier
If 1 didn't take care of myself Pi ipa
tell me that I don't eat enough to keep
a bird ail o, but I know what I need
and 1 stick to the right regimen."
HER IDEA OF THREE MEALS FOR
"Won't you give ma a definite Idea as
to what the fat person ihould eat'?" I
1 "I'll give you a In klthy d iy' menu
'fur tiie normal Individual, Mfhjoll OUgftl
lo keep hlip in good condition, " replied
!l)r. Knight. "Then I'll a!iw ho.v It
should be cut for the person who has
permitted himself to becom too stout.
"I'or brsakfaat tlis avarag man
may eat fruit,, a cereal, two poached
or soft-boiled sgg. toaat and cof
fe. I don't approve of the coffee,
but X oonceda it. A aortic lent lunch
1 two egg beaten up In milk, and
afterward bread and butter and
fruit. Dinner ihould not exceed
three or four oouraea. Thar may
be aoup, cither flsji or msat, with a
vegetable or '.wo, a green salad
and a simple dsart, preferably
"But the fat man muat not have hi
I Ooraal in the morning, and he 'una:
I never let his fruit course be bananas.
I Ai lunch he would he wlae to ii!sttite
n vegetable salad for the mm and
milk, and to eat very little bread audi
I butter. At dinner there should l.
no brand, potato, paaj or beans, ,,r fat ,
mcHt. Of course sweets should not be
permitted The succulent vegBtahlea,
, like Itttuc and ladlshe and tomatoes
and the i, an meats are to be selected
"Most people trying to grow thin
should eat lata than they are In
the habit of sating. It 1 bettor to
continue the three mal a day and
at laaa at each one, than tc droy
out a meal altogether.
still, it is frequently n..t difficult to
dispense with breakfast, and aome
people llnd that thev do noi need luiiott,
lfor ihe majority, howev.M-, it la best
ontlniie the ' three-menl ac-heme to
which thev ate acciistonual. I e.rtalnly
do not hclcve In u w-eatkenlng a'tem
Of starvation. ''
WALKING IS GOOD EXERCISE
AVAILABLE TO ALL.
"Po you favor any particular forma
of exorcise '.'"
"I think lhal tennis ta one of the best
ajl-round gggfOlaag, It seems to oaJI
Into play every muscle In the body
(foraabgck riding I also Bgocllant, and
IWlmmlng moat benericlal. That, to i,
asrvUe th wbuU body. Bui iha
THE EVENING WORLD,
at Newport With D. Ogaen Milts
Ms mm ggggggggggaa.l.aggggggggggK
1 .k H -
ae- SBBl BBBl amm swasxaafc' -
The Co intesa (Irxnard, wlio was llsatrlce Mills, arrived here to-day
on the I.usitarln She was met at the pier by her brother. I). Ogden
Mills, and escorted to tt.o steam yacht Surf, which set out Immediately
for Newiort, where the Countess will spend a month.
She uas accompanied from Kurope by her brother, Ogden I Milia.
who confirmed the recent report that he 1 engaged to marry Miss Mar
garet Rutherford, a daughter of the wife of William K. Vanderbllt sr.
The wedding will take place Sept. 3u at the Rutherford oountry p.a- e in
Gushes Like a Geyser for Halt
an Hour While Workmen
Try to Shut 11 Off.
A whole bloek "n Broftd wy wa
floo !! till aftfriiinin whn heavy
r ii K ftWiletTtng in from Spriiis atrppt
LOODS CAFE AND
lammed Into the water hy.irunt on th , N" Kat Mvety-fourth itroel .it
comer, The water Ihol a? if a I-40 '0,ok thls WOrntof by the Janitor,
fftyaor hid auddenly lrokn lnni4. It 1 ,ir'inK PlltOOOik. Tho polkMIMI ind till
pj I all over the ntrfpt. flofulpi A Janitor tracpd an odor ff k an to tho
Ott'a (Mife In the bMemem of t o . or- let of Mrs. Harhara f ,Mi-uka, forood
ner tMilldlnt. aoiing m i ''ctiaaor' for the door a.n.i found thp wamn and har
t ip patrona of the !:., who braatadUhMa mm iimmh nimntu .
t;..' raging; torr.nl vrhloh cam. caswi-
lni? down tin atepa.
'I'll,- ..a:,-. Undine: no aeunr orienltiK
on the irnT, gprtaVd down Hron.lwuv
nn.l atoill Si'vlni; atri.pt for a block
omit and wam until H era. aaaaati with
tho riirli lino, It oomplttafs anhitierail
th.. ear traoka, brlnarlng tratiir. to a
A gang of ,.ilirip froni Hie Water
Dapgrtrn.nl ologafl down thre water
katea nitlioiit it.mnrlng tb. Iloort The
wr w:ia .fatnnii-d an.l the crowd whSih
held leathered howled with Klec whlli.
the workmen atruijirlivl with ho lever.
They wata fully bjsvlf an horn- m n. v
tin thltitf Itartad, Thin the Mood
Job for Nm tork tlsn.
AI.HANV. Auir. 4 NlOhoU flHnti
llnm.r of K.W York Cltv u t,.-day
gppolntsd by State iVmptroiiHr Hi.htner
an Bxamlnt r of I'riv it. Bank at 1,000
thtnr nre In the reach of rompnratfvely '
few p. ipls. On. think which everyhodv I
Ogn dp! and WhlOh Is line exercise, 11
to wall.. Three or four houra a day la
not to., n. ch for the person In average
good health It WIH 'train down' as
well as air. thing I know.
"Only go many p-ple do not know1
hO 10 walk properly, so as to get the
full good of It On. Should step brlakly,
with ohln up and phouldera square. The
chewt ahotild he thniwn out and the ab
domen hel l in. The walker should com
down fl! -r ,111 'he hull of the foot rather
than the h I, and there shuul. be no
tlkht Olo thing to Impede
"That Orlngg me to another point N'o
woman ogn reduce tleah while wear'.iitf
I "'t'set. M useulnr development and th.
free stroulgtlon of the blood are tioth
"X don't think wnmln ahonld aver
wear oorast, bat oertalnly th fat
one should lsarn to do without
"It dosan't. interfere wtth grow
ing thin to alp long a one
wlahe. Every ons aklng good
he. .li.i should do that. afaag I
all riirht, only X call It lasy woman'
sxsroia. Tha only asnalbl 'our' 1
to at i roper food and xerci
TO KILL HERSELF
Rendered Desperate, She Made
Two Attempts Both Frus-
trateJ by PoUcemaa
PottoMnMi lfthnr fr the Bmi sutv
MVsWtll ItTaitt Itflttotl ffil tviiiniiioriofl
from h( post t th tWHWHH hOUM lit
MHxnor Fiimmonejd an anitmlanoe and
Dr. Vomer of Preshytwlao Hospital re
vhrd the Qamaka family. The woman,
through an Interpreter, amid a gaa ei
which the policeman found
I. eon turned on by aooldWrt.
At 1M.40 o'olooh the .la tutor MlralM gal
, In the house aifaln. II,. oallod Melx-er
once more and the odor was tru 1 lo
Ihe a lartment of Mrs Oaruaka Aguin
Ihe door was forced and ajrnln the
sTOman and her tar hi dran were
found overcome by iraa. Whian waa
eajplogj from a Jet In tne bod room th.
aame Jet that had ln oen before.
; Thl time '. waa quite plain that the
'woman had turned on the a- p iria.aely
. and sho a a- plgaad undjar arrest.
I Her yoonret o .did, I toy a vc.tr and
a naif old, wna left In lor nar T'e
( other children. Ottla. ,iK.-d a.. .!
OttO. awed three, wer sent to th. roomi
I of the ( hlliren a Moclaty.
I Mrs Oaruggg ll thirty yeara old H.I
j aiiehand, Louis, wont oragy a yaai tgu
and haa Iriten In the Iilnhiih asylum idl
U'urd'a Island ev-i sli The tyotnati
hai been supporting her little brood tc.
ashing gad iorubblng for her n;n-
I bor. The task overwhelmed her an 1
Hhe gpparailtly decided to remove her
self from tli world ajtd take the chil
One Quality Only,
0QJ STHJ. LOVES
Rnl Action Brougfli Here I:
Hope of Friends for I
!nate.d of th reconciliation that many
friends expected, It became known to
day that Kthel Harrymorn, the tetfOM,
ha.1 served pgpoff on her husband. R I
sell Urlswnld Colt, wealthy son of the
hes 1 of the Itubher Trurt. for abOolnti
divorce. The chaarct.r of the testimony
ind the nnmea of the witnesses are be-
tng kept sei ret. but the atorv la repeale.1
that s society woman la named, and It
la aald rmwe than one co-respondent la
It I expected that the teatlmnny will '
he heard by a referee, and that Mr. Colt
will not fight the sutl Miss Havrrymore '
sak no all mans, hut itenuuida the rua-.
1 tody of and maintenance for thlr child, i
not yet two yejir old.
Friend of the young husband, who I 1
nonulsr In ni droi. ..,t. no .Wort to. i
day to conceal the fact that his wife' 'so a to he on hand night or day dur-
suit la a bitter blow to MB, for It Is.lng the ivrogrese of the trial and troops I
known he I tlll deeply In love with her will be present to look after the vast !
He na .,Fn.d i Ma - - . ,hlnrmnl erpecie,! arid which cannot be
Vle Club late Tueaday night when tor- '
vice of tiie paper wa effected Miss1
Barrymore hd come from ijuehec,
where she la spending the summer lloth
her friends and his luvl been trying to
brinf about an amicable settlement of
their differences, and up to her arrival
no one, not even her own lav. vers, knew
.ot oartala m nil nn goioa Ui do,
Hla only e.rgiatlon, as .mm as he had
recovered fr(m hla aurpriae, was that
proeee.llnKs be conducted as quietly a
possible The papers were turned over
to hla lawyer. Nathaniel Myers. He
will put In hla appearance and go
through the formality of it defense ,
rather than let the case go h default,
bui It Is not 'hough! he . t, srpoi
I any anrlou obstacles to the granting of
POPE PIUS CELEBRATES
Beginning liiRlith Year of His Rule,
Pontiff Receives Greetings From
All Parrs of World.
HOME. Aug. 4. To-dny le the eighth
anniversary of the nomination of Pope
J'iua X. to the Pontificate, and manv
felicitations from nil parte of the world
were received ai ihe Vatlcnn. Notwlth
standing his recent Indisposition the
Pontiff celehrated mass In hla private
chapel In the ureaence of a few inti
mates. Including his sisters.
SWEEPING RATE INQUIRY.
(oiiimprrr Hoard lo Probe Imrffogj
on Mtat i iirnlnn
u'AMinN'iTuN. Ana 4. a gtjnar! in
vpRilicaLlon Into frelaht ratoH on live)
jttoa-'k, packlnif )ioua prod U Oil and frilh
maati in tffaol UirotttTbout that portion
of tii a oountry went , uut h ami aouth
weal of Ottfoofo tontay waa ordered hy
thp interetate Oouuniroi Comnrlailon
Thl prooetMllna mil bpaln at Oklahoma
Otty on .Sapt 11.
TlM Inquiry will ba a wide IN, It
will nffprt dlrprtly DOt "'ily tlip Uvp
atooh ani ;mkin(i houaa produol rataa
throiijchout ttia 'entral WVnt, hut al'
thoae Tut of CMoAgo and wo.st of Don
pr. The rerMpontlffn-t ratlwayn number
H2. Thp InvetlijTitlon 1 l-am-d utKn
U-omplalntK of tha ra'-K fllel with the
I oommltalon by thn Kaiiroad Commlaalon
I of Oklahoma, th Tnxaa i 'alt If IIaIm-
I ata AMooleltlon. the AreaHoan National
I A vp Stock Annotation anJ ot ht r In-
taraatad in live ."tfM-k and meal product
ihipmantA tnotdontally, oommerclaJ
rivalry between two aots f r meal pack
pth in Chtoavo eirtaft into tha oaaa
MRS. BURNHAM DIVORCED.
Supreme Court Jllgtld. Rradl to-day
alaned en lnterh. -utory decree of di
vorce In favor of Mrs. t4lllan II. Burn
bain and nKulnat Krederl 'i. K llurn
ham, whf.ae fathar Wag "ii a prealdetit
of the Mutual Rourv. I4f In.uranc.
Tha couple w.r. married in .lone, liwrr.
and llve.1 togathar until th. earl part
I of this year The glOttlsr I to raive
CUgtOdy of the two old. lien, althooKn
th.- father la to have th.ni at Ogrtaln
rime In the year Alimony at 'the rale
of 2b a month i gly.n Mra, Burnham
and ahe la allowed lo inarr.' akaln
666 TEA BISCUIT
"I'ikinuly we've ri.iiiu.1 my rciiiaj
666 a tlicrc nre tlinit in the
family anil vc limit ouraglvgg lQ
nx agl It. "
Mr. A. Kogers I'HI i g v.V.
W & tf
. 'HtJaW FLOUR -Wanm
rely absolutely upon thrir intrinsic merit
USED UPRIGHT PIANOS
In otid ofdtf.
$75 $U0 $100 $125
13 to is monthly.
Square Pianos $10 Up.
Send postal for catalogue.
WISSNER WARE ROOMS:
6 &tti Av. ., cor. lBtli it.. N. Y.
18 -tf i.. it-u ui ivc, UrooUJ: t.
MILITIA GUARD AT
BEAM TRIAL TO
Troops Will ( lamp VVHh Sher
iff's Pores at Court House
Ready for Trouble.
ul lo The Kwnliis W.M I
RICHMOND, Va , Aug. 4 -Troops 'f
tlM State mllltlai deputy sheriff and the
detectives who have worked In the
Menttle murder ease will occupy a
'Tented ' .its on the green in front gt
the t "hesierll.-ld OOtxef lliniae during the
trl.il of Henry i lnv Heattle r . charged
with tvlfn muid.
made to. day
cording to plana
Tht action not taken because of
the actual nee, I ,f troops In Chesterfield
(Viunty, foi ihe good people ate content
to let the Ian take Ita course, hut the j
chance that sudden trouble might arise I
through aome incident makea It neces- 1
sary that this provision be made
An order has gon forth that the
tenting equipment he taken to Cheater-
field Court House The deputy sheriffs I
end I... t ! vs. will aleru In the tents
accommodated In the court tm.
The Jail la receiving a fresh coat
of paint and everything Is being made
ready for the ro eption of Henry C. ,
Heattle, fie alleged wife murderer.
lleiilah lllniord, bis affinity, and Paul
Heattle, the pnrcluumr of the gun with
Whieh Mra Ionise OWgfl Heattle, n-lfe
Of the accused husband. It Is aliened,
was k.llle.1 Siierlff till and hla depntle
Of cthestert'eld OtHttlty will tiave ctuirge '
of the Jail and the ntgdliafg and will
t:ike OVary prscautlor Ul prevent tam
pcring with the wttnaaggg,
H If. Smith Jr.. counsel for nenttle.
declare r 1 1 - the c.im of a cartaln
,,.,ru,,o llt.t I,.. ......Mue III,, lino of do-
, ,... , .., ... artmnji , aali
Is Informailon Ttie attorneys r
BeatUi an noi
what thp daffl
tM it. -i murder
ah owing .iinlr Mra! ind
M w tU tn In X Ii i'ulft
CAM if Tim 111 to b p'-
Flat 1pm tal -f tha raporl that the
eouiiael for Baa ttle have found a wit
mnn at Yrk, Pa., who would ti"ti:v
thai Upattlp and htl wife wra laUffhlni
and rhettina tocather In thpir autonto
bile only a few moment! bafori Mm
Baaitla wai kllladi was made hare t"-
Couneel on both itdai my that thay
arp now praetl aiiy raady for ttte trial
Reading for the Fat
Waal n Implp "nd Irifippnalvp I ilvtnt
of thp ft woman! praMam tna Mai
RMla Prrtrrlptlpn TtMltl ptWTMO r.
takra one of thwn hartnltM, jlMnt. j
little tableta after each maal end at
aadttme and -- from 12 to ii eaaeeal
of fal each day. and yet Mffflll M liarm
eeaa on iiii aatteat tvi. oraataa no dta
lurhiapei la ward I r and prod no
wiinkie. Thia -tpent preparation (made
eKPt ly In aaeardi nrm wtth t hi faaMttt
Marino! a rreta'nption) lute rendP'd ex
iretelns aid dletlaj fr h. raduetlaa af
eaeaaa Heah na ittparflooue a fifth
wheel. A further rrr'iminternlatlon tn thai
It in the leaal tapeneiri ft reaoeer
Itit noirkM, a ler,.-,. oaM aoftlaf nly 7ft
rente from any drutttal er hy mull from
thf MarmoU Co.( l i Farmat Blda., De
troit. M ii . aontalnlag t vaaatlty of
tableta : rtt anouffh t. ie vary aa
ridrd reeulti in meat every
1-4 Carat, $9
1-2 " 18
3-4 " 27
1 " 37
Kit enW Ter l.rlllliint anil not IS la
compartd with the "riwi Mar' aWessa
l. SthSff ' 1 1 ..!
.an r ut EABI.Y II' Vol WANT i vf.
H Jewii. ltSize Wallhnm
Vanniinnl v uii'iit
Rnnt Railroad Watch In Ih World
Price S2.B0 lo S25. Quiliti Guarantied
Marr tga Cerli'icate Fr;s. ask (or it.
Casperfeld & Cleveland
ru Bowery !:::,':':",:!"'
MillTII OF MtANp ST. "I." HTATION
Opan Knln. till 7. Maiurdar till in
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.50 SHOES wen
you that W.L.Dour
lai $3.50 shoes are
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IS BORN TO HOUSE
Hotli Grandmothers "f child
Mtend Countess, Formerly
Ana 4 -Another lnightor
Niru lo ConntOI l.a.o
who win llladya .Moor.'
Tiie Interesting event took
place at I'aa'le linnet, ., naf Vaagyar,
one of the ninny estates In Hungary
that fount I.nslo owns.
There sre now two children of ths
nlon, both daughters The ilrst. Cor
nelia, was horn at Cistie nrosran Hun
arv. net I". IHg.
The wedd ng w celebrated In N'eer
York on .Ian. 17. IKO.
iN.unt MaOtiaOyl lielongs to one of
Hungary's oldest noble families and he
1 on of the largest landed proprietors
In that country. The children will In-
herlt not only the great Hierhenyl
eatatea hut will share In the 1 n.noo.OOO
the Countess Inherited from her father.
Mr. Cornell ua Vanderhllt, mother of'
the Counters, and ( mint Hiechenyl s
mother sre Imtn gueats at Caatla
Hetnete. and have ben awiltlng wtth
anxiety the visit of the stork. The
medical tnilletlns report thst both the
Countess are! her child are doing well.
Furniture Without Deposits
afurt iMMafai HI till 1 1 1 .11 1 1 f r rT lflM'i
art i in pn
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Call and Make
Our I pi nu. -'
llotiiiin 1 A ItoOIMN
tt Ntsit ork
I A I. 4MIIN
I mnMied t t i .l-lifd
trrwt in essssseaea
liiurt l.k. ul I i si.
Saf I HI I I I I
$f a week opens
WHITi: FOR OUR NEW (ATA
I. Odd . MAILED FREE.
8TH AVE., COR.
Tliir.l Ave for 1. St
(Open Sat. till 1 1 P.M.)
i Ida Broadway
Juat below ilith St.
(Onea Sat. till d P, II.)
Hart, Schaffner Cb Marx
Regularly $45, $40, $35, $30 and $25
"jVT( )T our rntirt' stock but a spkndid assort-
ment (5,000 Suits when the sale opened)
of Black. Blue St-rt- and Fancy 4 .50
YOUI? CHOICE Of AMY OF
THESE 3 ARTICLES WITH
EVt'HY PURCHA&C OF
IOO OR QVCR
ijult inr n ? i u. - xu on our a
AMIIV r Kln TO-DAT.
Sua rues.. so afta T.Uiea 0
H. r AJt. f t
a . n Unr Water
i.-vir Hook ....
i ....error'. Island
s as ii on
11 .St 11 41 .
Saturday We Hold A
Special Sale of
Wntnmn'n Pine Ingrain
with douhlt trtr top, high
mpliemd iees and doubl ooa In
blmck, wiire and mil thx loading
sftao'e Vauo $1 SO tn $3.00.
L. M BLUMSTEIN
m est t j-.tii at,. IM. Tth a nth Asa
( kkhI on hot meats;
jrorni on cold meats;
jfrrat for flnvoring
soups ami gravies.
10c a Bottle
At Grncrra' and Delicatessen Store
1 I a f .t i I 1 1 1 () tilt llll.fr
and Low Prices
onr tniirf ri hi-i , -i . m -i i
Your Own Terms
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I "'Ml lelajlhl faltd Ontlfl tl lit.
C Ii..- i I I- ii t inutile
t I I
r tlit.snny flnlln-l
tm-fiH iv if,-th st
(Open Sat till II M
this Sale at Av
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