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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1911.
Local Pastors Declare None,
Evfln of Liberal Creeds,
Would Perform Ceremony.
CALL IT A MOCKERY.
All Pity "Young Girl Dazzled
by Millions of Divorced Man
Old as Her Father "
Tin atnrni Of ,'rhlastl -al erllMSM
of the proposed marriage of John Jacob
Ar.or and Hiss Madeline Talmags
Foroe, started tv It. v. (leorg C. Blch
mond of St. John's Episcopal Chureh,
Philadelphia, continues unabated. Four
biahupa o' tba Episcopal
Shurch, with i
wlilcb tin Asior family has always ;
''an affiliated, have Joined In the COV I
damnation of tb propoaad union. Blsnop
Oreer. head of the New York DloOaaS, i
de. lares smphatlttally that nn minister
in his lurisdlotlon win i.. parmlttad to I
perrorin .ho ceremony. Ml ops Markay
SmJth of Philadelphia, Poane of Al
bany and faowronoa of Maasachusstu
alto declare that It Is Impossible for . older lie pushea the age alone; to agree
any Episcopal clergyman to cmcli-telor on-. . , .h his own ace and . x-
t tho wedd'ne.
ilere are more opinions of loci! clergy- siie knows the world of work and en
men on tho matter In addition tc hoso 'deavor. If shs has It In her, her synv
printo,i yesterday: I
"f'ol. Aster and Miss Force are com
mtttlng a gre-u ..in, for tin y are hr.-ak.
lng the laws of God," asserted the Hev.
Crederlek V. Hagar of the Madison
Avenue Itaptlat Church. "1 most cer
tainly could not marry them, and I be
lieve tho other responsible ministers of
our denomination feel the same.
"Itegal separation la inevitable, In
cortain lna.a. tea, but tt abould af
ford all naossaarT relief without
the privilege of remarriage. If I
would deny that privilege to au In
nocent and euSerln" woman, how
mncb more would I deny lt to an
offender against womankind, a
breaker of marriage vowel
"DEPLORABLE AND OFFENSIVE
CASE," HE CALLS IT.
"The thing that at bottom makes pos
alble the deplorable and offensive ca.ie
before ua Is tho too hasty marriage.
We wed lightly, flippantly. In the
Korce-Astor match both aro undoubt
edly patting all their emphasis on au
ptrficlalltles. Instead of regarding mar
ring" tor tho serious thing it Is. Car
ta. nly l wish this alliance and all slml-
'ai ones might bo made Impossible."
"Cot Ai:or la ono of th lowaf ani
Ula.j," declared lr. Julia Heton gears,
head of the Now Thought Chureh. "Ho
and tho men and women In his gat are
reversions of type.
"In the early Jays of the race
most trlbea ware either polygamou
of polyandroua. It haa remained
for a certain araall part of the
modern world to achieve bth
"I aald i .it Col. Aator wae an
animal, but 7 am lnaultlng th
brute creation. The n ore highly
developed type ar fnva-iebly
faith to the one mate.
"MOCKERY," CRIES THE HEAD
OF NEW THOUGHT CHURCH.
"Th proposed marriage Is no real
marrlago at all. That can only take
place where there Is tho hlgheat form
of leva between the cont-aetlng par
ttea. In this case there Is nothing but
eja-attraction on the one side, the phy
sical Instinct which produces all our
prostitution, and on th.- othar a ohlld'i
shallow longinu "or the new and glitter
lng toys of unbounded we?ltb and pre
eminent social position,
"Needless to ua" that I would not ofTl
aflnta at such r tockerv aa the pro- i
nosed ceremony, roe would our "Muroh I
THINKS GIRL HAS BEEN OAZ-
Z'-ED BY ASTOR WEALTH.
"The marriage is .1 crying Instance of
the old truth that tho lovo of money
10 the root of all evil," Bid Rev. M
T. Stauffer, of the Morntngalda Prssby-
terlan Church. "I do tot say Miss
Force hBs no love for Col, Aator, Hut
I do not for c moment bell, ve she
would marry him 'I he hadn't a great
deal of money.
"I think there are cases where di
vorce s Justified, I would not hesitate
to remarry tho Innocent parly to a
; it it K t n i: n i: n it :t
Since the Time
Real F.ntate Han lieen
Growing in Value.
This fact alone should brand
,1 House, Lot, Acre Trad or Farm
property asaSAPEand PROFIT
Ml I I )NG security.
The greater the Realty bargain
you secure the greater your
Real Etate Ad- Mure than in
iter I i aem e n f s the Herald or
Were Printed Any Other Neu
lust Month in York Newa-
The World - paper
If your money N earning but a
small nti.' of Interest it will pay
you well 10 read through the Real
Estate BARGAIN oners adver-1
Used in The WurU from day to
See How to Make
Your Dollars Multiply.
j: g j mi ii n 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 u S u i " " " ;
Woman Most Attractive at Fifty,
7 AW a Aer. Says Fra Elbertus
At Middle Age Her Sym
pathies Have Broaden
ed; She Doesn't Fade
Until She Loses Contact
With the World That
Intellectual, Mature Wo
men, Earning Their
Own Living and Bear
ing Their Share of Re
sponsibilities, Need No
Protection and Are En
titled to Vote.
(atrial to tv Kninir workM
Cambridge, Msss., Aue. t.
At what air is .h ."man of to
day th moat interesting and at
tracts? Tba anawer depends, of murse, nn :ne
point nf view of th respondent Klhert
Hubbard anvs "Mty," laconically and
decisively. Mr. Hubbardi the "Kra Bl-
bartUa" nf th PhlllSttnS and sage of
Baal Aurora. Is known for Ma clever
epigrams. Ha li an authority on ad
vertlslng; he knows a great deal about
man and living and women.
"Of course, you know, as a man grows
Inerleneei. Itv the time a worn Is flf'vl
patltles have broadened, her Interests
NO SUCH THING AS FADING FOR
SUCH A WOMAN.
"The most lntereetlng woman X
know of I a working woman fifty
year old. She hae brongbt up a
family and etmggled along with
them and now ehe has gone back
to work. She i an Interesting
"I met an Interesting woman recently.
She la employed by an advertising firm.
8he holds a more important position
than does her husband, who Is employed
by the same firm. That la being an In
teresting woman working and amount
ing to something, Just as a man might.
"For a woman like that there la no
such thing as fading. A woman doesn't
fada until she loses contact wsth the
world of doera. You see, I believe In
mi ntal mates, and therefore I believe
In "Votes for Women.' I believe there
is a real aquallty between men and
women, because thero Is no sex dlstinc.
tion In brain and aoul. Therefor I
like women on the same terma on w-hlch
I like men. I don't I elleve In protect
ing women; It lr on'y bad people who
"As for th0 young girl, she bores us.
She Is soft and callow and foolish.
Her Innocence Is often feigned. Above
all, aho la not Interesting."
COLLEGE WOMAN FINDS COL
LEGE AGE BEST.
Miss nllva Davis, r Vellesley college
graduate and at present m stress of
th halll i'n.l dormitories a', the col-
divorce, f r I believe he deserves an
Othar chance at l.fe'a happiness.
"But I would never marry the
guilty man or woman. If the ver
dict of the courts upon Col. Aator,
as t spurted, is correct; if bs was
really guilty of tns crlmee with
which he wae charged. X would
never be a party o delivering over
to him an Innocent young girl,
van one whoee nurd wae warped
"DEPLORABLE," SAYS MINISTER
OF A LIBERAL CREED.
The Rev. la-on A. Harvey of All
S oils' Unitarian Church, Fourth avenue
and Twentieth street, s one of the beet
ministers of a thorough!
"liberal" sect Vet ho declared: "li
heartily disapprove of the propose!
s' o - Force nutitlals. I consider (tint
it,-. Richmond perfectly stated the case
'against if. I think that tho marriage
I should never ho permitted to take place,
land I feel positive that most o' the
other members of my denomlr'.tlon
would agree with me. It is dsplorabt
n the hlgl SSI degree.
"i w oui.i remarry an mnicent divorced
person without the stlghtSSI reluctnnce.
But If the evidence against Col. Astor
Is What It is stated to he. he Is beyond
the pals. There should be social pun sh
ne tit 'or the ftruntef' o' his ramrf
"The brave, Independent, yet womanly I
and lender American woman revolts
ag:t!nt the Insult offered to tho purity
of lo r home life No decent woman win
SVSl open her homo to Cul.
As lor iui
SUBWAY TAILOR IS LATE.
So tba Onai Whit, wing Tvaasa
foams I ton Seene Is N 1 1 II a
The-e w'aa no blossoming forth of the
ubwsy guard-, agents and tlohai 'hop
pers in white duck uniforms to. day n
had been announcsd and it was mi be
cause tho tailor was late again.
Announcement bud been mado that
tho great transformation scene In Now
York'! underground Would take plaoo
Monday morning ami the Interborough'i
legions of strap-hangera, dssesndad into
the depths SVpeOtlnx to Und the subway
looking ns If n.i arrn.v of while tnot'is
had suddenly Invaded tt. Bui they
wi re disappointed. The ta'lor w:ia lata,
it was saplalnad, and tiu promised 'o
deliver tho goods to-day. only tj dis
of eostumo. !t
promised for to-morrow or the nevt day
at th latest anil the gnu. is have not
lost hops that relief will ooms befors
ihe summer is iana in sll l.ooo uni.
forms are being mule, ItlS eompgny
furnishing them gratis to the h .i.
Morunii lalls for II -.
OUTHAMHTON, Kngland, Aug .
w. j. c.i i i iun, Amsticsn Minister to
China, silled for New York to-day on
the iissmer Kronprlnssssln Cs Ilia
The passenger! on the Olympic sail ng
for New York to-d ay Included J. Pier-
pint .Morgan, Admiral Lord ind I.i.ly
j Charlea Beretford, the D'jke of Suthei
I land and Lord Dsibgrougtu
Club Is Launched as a Lure to Aid
the Cause ot "Votes for Women
Comparison Is Asked Between
Suffrage Club and Mens
Mrs. .fames J.ees (.aldlaw. a member
of the ("It I'ommlttee ot the Women's
Suffrage .party, la .esponslhle for th
riposure f the inalde workings of
suffrage. She made the revelation at
the v i ins; of the suffrage rliibhou,
at No. iHO Went Klahty-nrat StrOSI,
"Compara these surrounding1 said
Mra. .Hldlaw. is she sweot her hau
In the -Irectlon of snow-white tables
glistening WISH silver and crystal an
brlllant with flowers, "to the head
ouartere of any other political party
In New York City.
"I tell you politics needs aUCb up
lifting environments, and once our
elstera know they can enter such a
place of this and be served with such
lege, finds the girls of college age most
"You can't Just help being deeply In
terested In the eager young things, and
wanting to help them In every way.
Of course, for general Interest to the
outside WOrld, I suppose tho more ma
ture woman cannot be Ignored The
popular age has passed from the aweet
slateen of our grandfathers' day, and
the old roma i..c novels, to an age whan
th woman shall hava ha& om sprl
nc of living o make hr of real and
Prof. Charles Zueblin. the well-known
author an.l lecturer, refused to consider
the subject In a eerloua manner.
"The most Interesting age," he said,
"Is always that of tho woman that I
am with. How could It be otherwise?
How old are you?" he asked, turning
to a woman who was present.
"Twenty-seven," w is the answer.
Then said the . rofesor gravely "Put
me down for tw-enty-seven."
"When you consider the number of
women to whom I am constantly lec-
BESIDE A TERRIER
LImam Pii 1 an.l Ua Un r. f""ls
"t 1 ",u lu
lo Police Omit to
TTuto Coasman. a rook out of a jo
sat on a lu nch m Snermm PqUSre Park
at Seventy-seventh street and Columbus
avenue to-day reading the want ada In
the staats Beltung when Policeman
Ratlly of the vVeat fifty-eighth street
union approaehed, in passing it may
b remarkel that '.he only words of
English Hugo know s are bis same an '
"What la your name-; asksd Hellly,
pointing to a
og iyin;r on ths Trass
j near the hetch.
Hugo, divining th Information 'he pn.
Ilcsmsn desired, gave nla name ntl(
Rsllly Immediately filled out a summons
railing upon the bewildered COOh to up-
pear forthwith In West Bide Police
Court While the polloemsn wis writ
irg tiie summons the d ig strolled swsj
Hugo took the summons to his homo
lo tin. I out what I: was. When he as
told he mide nil haste to ihe pi. Ice
court, iteiiiy wna waiting for him.
"This mailt" sai l Rsllly, referring to
Hugo, "had a dog out without a hash
When 1 SbokS lo him about It he said
omelli'ng In Oarmen an 4 "it do,- m
The bewildered Hugn was questioned
i.y Magistrals Pres hi snd lold his
nauie nd address. An Interpreter was
summoned. The Interpreter after sumt
ten minutes of stran is effort man
aged lo make Hugo understand ths
situation. Than liugo iputtsrsd Oer-
i man for a time
"lie s;o - that wsjie't Ids dog," said
the interpreter stlth grin He va
If hS H4d a dog hi'. I sell It bSCSUSS "t
haa bean out of wutk pud has bo
Magistrate Presold 'tis argsd 'he
prisoner. Hellly went . k lo bis p ISt,
proclaiming the.t ths dog eras csrtainly
Hugo's dog because i was in irun tar
iler and understood tie; ti. .11.
Multei-ioilL PellSOnS l-'lse.
BINQHAMTON, N, v.. Aug. V. Ths
fam.ly of J- T. (loughesay sstertliy
drank buttermilk bOUghl from a farmer,
: e j nva n.auioets ar srtlUglly 111 from
1 iioinsin i .'. Jij.ii,.
MORAL: IF GERMAN
DONT ST N PARK
r - i
r .a -
a luncheon, this hall will be filled at
every function held here.
"There will be a flavor of aweet
fellowship. We will show the men that
women can bo good co-workers. We
will demonstrate that wo can be 'good
turlng, t think It would be very In
discreet of me to coma out with any
generalities about their ages. Hut you
can put me down for twenty-seven In
thla case, and don't forget why."
The Rev, Dr. George L. Perln aald:
"Forty-tWO yeara la the moat Inter
esting and attractive age for me, for
the goo I and sufficient reason that
Ih.t la Iha i,.. nf . e n ' f , . "
I Lreo rue ensai e , I reconciliation, but In July Mr. Turner
LIKES THE SIMPLE MAIDEN Or . nioved to the Hotel Majestic. Kven af
EIGHTEEN. : ter what haa happened I have not an
Dr. Laure O. Hughes said: III word to say of htm. It la tny earneat
"The aweet. Innocent young girl of ' hope that tho publicity will not Injure
eighteen, frcah from a convent, her I him In a buslnesa way. He Is the father
mind pure and simple, the Ideals tho I of my two sons. If there were no
alstera taught her still unahadowed 1 children I could bear the humlliall in."
there is something wonderfully appeal- Mr. ,, MrJ Turnpr ,,HV ,
lng about her. The future shines all ., , , .... ' . , '
rosy before her. She ha. moat won- I y;'wo ,5""'' shn ' Ml,
derful ambitions. She Is going to be ''""'"a lv Hussell. daughter of William
a great violinist, or planlit, or doctor, "Ussell, a well known New York horse
or lawyer. She has rhe highest Ideals ! man and noted for her beauty. They
and no notion that the world outside , were married when she w is sixteen,
does not share them, and she has oil There are two children, Oscar A. Turner
tho entnusiasm or youtntui vigor an.l
of a spirit that has not been iruheJ
mil ti.nt'Teri by many dlBippoli.tments.
WIFE HIRED FLAT
AND HIS AFFINITY
Hvience She Clot Grounds for
Quick Dh'orcc in Brook
A Wife who 'eok an apartment direct
ly under that In which sho says her
husband and ills "lady love" were liv
ing testified to-day before Justice Seud-
der in ths Brooklyn luprsms court in
s suit for absolute divorce and got a
dei rSO in rapid order. Hue was Lillian
May Carman of So. fiJ Pacific street
Hrookbn. and the man from whom ahe
'is divorced Is Milton t. Cniiniin, son of a
BOSton shoe dealer.
If li Carman said she was marries! In
1 90s. She and her husband separated
after ttto birth of tnelr child, a year
later. Last June, she said, she learned
iha' he was ills;. ..rung himself with
other women In Huston, and she wrote
a letter to a frlsnd, Prank THylor of
Hon heater. Mass., asMng him to niako
Taylor, soo said, discovered Hint her
husband wis living in an aparimsni
house at No. liTi: Massachusetts avenue.
He found that tho uparttnent dlreotly
un.lerr.eolh that occupied uv Carman
j was unoccupied and rented It Then he
I sent for Mrs. carman and bar frlandi
' Mrs. KVS Klmons.
The .hue spent an SVSnlRg In th
apartmenti i.ear.l Carman and sonie ot!
else enter and listened While thev
feasted upstairs Then, at 1 o'clock la
ths morn ng, the trio inva.led the fs
upstalis and found Carman and u
at rank woman In negliges attire. The
name of the CO-regpOn lent was not told.
Mrs. Carman's issttmony was corroho
ri ; by Ta) lor.
DIED SURPRISING HIS WIFE.
Baal Ketnfo tlgeentoe Tolaud rminii
i in ies i mil r porebi
i Oeorge Tolandi a large operator In r.ai
1 1 stale, w as found dea.1 under the porch
' of his home at N l' tlrove avenu", I i
. male . 10-daV. HIS death waa due to I'.s
effort to sn prise hla wife I.y . leaning
hii.se wolle she v. as at the st - or...
lie worked so mrd that his heart gave
way under the strain Ml Toiand had
said thai the certainty that aha must
.dean hours when she came back almost
tubbed her dip of its plsasure. Air,
; inland t lo work at SUOg aa sue Mai
SO RICH MAN CAN
Oscar A. Turner to File
a Suit Soon in
MAKRILD FOR 22 VLARS.
She Gives Him to Soul Male
Now Because He Has Been
To free her husband, she savs. ao h
niHV marry his "soul-mate.'' the
daughter of a prominent New Yotk
politician, Mrs. Os.Hr A. Turner, do-
dared to-day at the Waldorf-Astoria
she would go to a Western Slate to a;-
' lilv fo.' A rllvorct. us noun ns n S ltls-
feciory financial settlement is made.
Mr. Turner Is president of the K.y
t'ojr.er Company, Is Interested In oluer
mines and has an olflce nt No. t;' Broad
way, with branches In many lare cities,
Since January ho and hla wife have
been living In separate apartments. He
resided at the a lot f until July 10.
when he went to the 11. del Majestic.
"It was my desire to escape publicity, '
Mra. Turne- aalii to-day, "but alnce the
report la out . might as well admit 1
have engaged cotinsel to begin action
for divorce. 1 am new anattlne th
SEEKS A DK
WED HIS AFFINITY
ta T- negotiations for a satisfactory ttnan lal
settlement. Mr. Turner has been a con
J f Tl f ysA- slderate nnd devoted husband through-
any friction until early this year, when
he came to me and confessed that he
, had found a aoul mate and could no
longer live with me. It came as a
surprlae and for weeks T waa simply
"WON'T SAY A WORD AGAINST
FATHER OF HER BOYS."
"After my return from Kuropa laat
October with my son 1 went to San
Francisco for a visit, nnd there I met
wdth an automobile accident which came
near resulting fatally. It waa after my
return to New York that my husband
told me of this 'aoul mate.' She la the
daughter of a prominent New York
politician and he Is openly received at
I "For months I prayed there might be
Jr , student lr tile and Llewellyn
TURNER REPUTCD TO BE A
Mr. Turner Is a son of John Turner
nf Wicomico County, Maryland, and Is
reputed to he worth several millions.
For years after their marriage, accord
ing to Mrs. Turner ibo was with hltn
In the rough mining sections of tho
West before hft made his "strike,"
climbing hills and muuntaltis and living
on camp food,
Hla legal residence Is In Nevada, hut
he and Mra. Turner for tho past ten
yeara have lived at tho Waldorf, the
Hellevue-Stratford In Philadelphia and
Iho New Willard In Washington. Sev
eral years ago he acquired the Tono
pnh group of mines In Nevada for
Mr. Turner said to-day he had m
knowledge of Mrs. Turner's Intention to
beiln ault for divorce, and said he hid
not suggested tc her thai ho wished her
to obtain one. He admitted he and
Mrs. Turner have heen living apart for
several months, but .aid It was "JUS'
Last year, while returning from Eu
rope on the Deutsehland .r tho Ham.
berg-American line, Mrs. Turner re
ported th loss of a mom diamond
gSSktSOSi a birthday present. It w ts
never recovered. She is an attractive
woman, retaining her youthful appear
annas, a-nd spends much of her t.mu
motoring In her Ili.OOO 1 mouslna.
ELENA LEADS YACHT FLEET
INN. Y. Y. C. RUN TO NEWPORT
NEWPORT, It. r Aug The
schooner Blana "r ti"- New York Taeht
Club Meet was the first craft to cross
the finish line at Urenton'l Itoef light,
ship on the Una I run of lbs cruise frotn
Sec- lledford. Ti e BlenS itrlvel here
shortly after 1 p m, anlohtng a inn
of twenty-seven m.ies.
! DISTILLED IN AMERICA
THIS pure frn does
hoc give 1 ' ioiscc
drinks that raw
"ginny " flavoi which
makes many n mixed
drink tame like an
All blgbcUUM lif'.l
Stores and gg f 6 s.
Rich Flushing Woman (jets
Up During the Nlghl and
Mvstery surrounds the death of fttri
Florence Mount, w hose body war found
to diy In the library of a flnf Old Co
lonial home in vfaJnlnflon place. Itush
lng. only a flimsy night dre.s enveloped
th body. A bullet wound Ihrouah lb
rluht temple and f. revolvei fo.ind on
the Boor Indicated iht means oi death,
No one h-ard t liv shot that brougV
death. Iler husband. IMward II. Mount,
a wealthy real estate dealer, w th off
ai No. ui Montague street, Brooklyn.
did not know ahe ban left Ida side In
their bedroom on (he floor abOVt, II. r
(Bihar, B ll Harris, and her two little
children heard nothing dating lln night.
Mrs Mount rvtlrad l ist evening about
l o'clock, At the time there waa not a I
ripple upon the surface of the house- I
hold's affairs. A neighbor to w butt -be
had paid an af'ernooti villi said that
Iha young wif.. had Bomplalnad of a
slight Illness, but that It u.h not serl- j
ously considered in ih conversation.
At thirty yens of age, rotalnlnl the
beauty thai had marked her as a belle
during her girlhood, surrounded by all
the comforts mill luxuries that a com
fortable estate could provide, with two
bright children playing about the bousOi
she spparsntly had all of the things
bet hold a woman to life. The house i
la in u faahJonabla portion of Pluahlnki ,
It Is built .Hi the SOlonlal lines of the!
older regime nnd had muotl dlattnctlon 1
The family haa been a part of the best I
social life of flushing for a couple of
genera I Ions.
Mr. Mount discovered his wife's body
at 7.30 o'clock to-day. lie did not see
her when ho arose for the day's busi
ness and went through the house, think
lng that ahe had proceeded o nly to the
duties of her household, lu tho library
he saw tho body lying near a table.
The revolver, a heavy .IIS callbrs weap
on, wa i on the Hour near her.
No light hal, been made in the house,
which led to the belief that He fatal
shot was fired after dawn. There sas
no letter, no memorandum and not a
possible trace of preparation for suicide.
Mrs. Mount waa a sir. Uln tlx- haul
some woman, sue was nearly five feet,
ten Inches tall, her figure Stai graci
t tills,, rounded and she attract ed atten
tion lu ail or the gatherings at which
t.he W IS presetn. tne of her children
Is live years Old and the other Is a mere
Infant. The Illness of her mother, who
was taken to a sanitarium some weeks
alnce, caused the young mat-on nu'ch
Century Old lliiildliiu tllrr.
Fire was discovered In a bedroom -in
the second Hour of the three-story
brick building at No. u Vaadewater
street to-day. John Aleaander, who oc
cupies the budding, extinguished the
blase before the enirtnes arrived. Th
hulldlnv. Is owned by Ihe SStSlS of
rick Idver arid is said to oo moro Mi.n
a hundred years old.
"Tlicy arc ns refreshing as n
bfMSg from the ican and as
liKhl ami airy ns snowflakes.'1
mi . Walter, M llaacocli at., nivn.
For PrtncrtSi't, IH.tmtt umf Pustry
mnWmmWmwmsmatmmnilf m a
Oive the children
.lust add hot water,
hrinj to a boil, and
riy ibaoluttly upon their Intrtn iic merit.
USED UPRIGirr PIANOS
$75 $90 $100-$125
J.1 (o i monthly
.Square Pianos $10 t'p
St'iul postal for catalogue,
U ISSM.R WA RE ROOMS :
8S r.tli Ave., cor. 15th St.. .Y.
tT ! Inllins lit c.;,i. .
WILL RECOMMEND IT
WITHOUT a.nv RESERVE.
Itcitiarkahlc i iim lec-pcr.
Mr I' J Turkey, ol Harlow. City 1
I sin ml. New i.rl, isysi TUs liii.li
I uurt'hasecl from Charles . Keeiii',
su Broadway, SSoa York City, nn
January II, IMS, is a remarkable
timekaapar. It does nol vary lliree
seconds in a month. It is perfect!) satis
factory and I consider it biior titan any
other Atiiernaii hatch I ever owned,
Will certainly recommend Sir, Keens a
DEAD FROM SHOT
Till 9 ors.. t ne
Co!i'p.e Sweater ''
August Clearance Sales
Linen Dresses in cheat variety.
White, Natural and Colors
Valuta up to (BO.OO
Linen Travelling Coats
Vftlue-i $" oo to $s.oo.
Pongee Travelling Coats
Pure Irish Linen Waists
1IN11 F. M H K 0 1 D E H E D.
Valued $ 1.60 . su.oo.
Imported Repp Skirts
"Best V'cuci at
Anrual Mia-Summer Saies, Thursday
Women's Prgg I
Dresses ot li 'I tt n-st iiintf ttu'e.
alone i odd lots ! drag is that sold up
to large assorttnenl in set
IHOdelSI satin trui-iuiil u!..r collars,
pointed r stpinrsi alio Dutch or yoke
links in nil t lasses Of tuntt mils; Q 7
or' s 14 t 43s spsdal I t-
Wamen's Lingerie Dresr.cs
Six style. li nu hi'. I. r v tr.ru gnd
misttrs', sigvs 14 to 44 i two have s 'k
hnridkcrchlef aailot coiinr unci tin
other lour have kimOt0 WalstS of nil
ov r rmbroiut ry, hu e iitsi ilings
nn ilnlhons. sku t s 1 1 1 ln.it i h
vol. ii '18
Women's Linen Dresses
Plain n ut i rent h lint t . i ointt d i aitot
collar, lia.sr panel rronl and lock In
the following conMnatlonet tan v. ti
rrl. white with blue, light blue with
white, lavender wtt'i black; latest em.
pi re mcxiets, tiuHonca tront
ffits: sirs II to 44
val. J.iR up
Women's ItlcssaUnc Drvxstj
Klnnl wind up oi worm n i nd mi sat
Mts 14 to 43 dresses that wan madi
to acll (ton Sln.OH lo ,98, It. tht
lot nrc low lid ks with hue ok nnd
kimono slccvcsi high uttktj with Is
yokes, thrct nuartcr il -t'. or loni
sleeves, panel front and book and
pleated or ( t in' li atlon iktrti vrni
fall colors; .i!-o stupe , A. ff
liKurc s I'M.! i tie. I -,. - pei u
Women's lilk f7lficc"
Hi button It ngth : .lot.' I lint
tiis; idai k or white; ipccuu,
L II II I
August Furniture and Rujj Sale
No Money Down
CI u It r In ns or rldlculousl) I wall dercdll will atlrrct I lie htei rcrlencsd buysr, but
win; (hop per a will took lor herctt corceipe thai don't draw t ioiiu- burs into
n net of lugli ferlcea and Ironclad conditions, I'reot ! our .traigiitlorward iterllng.
is borne out h) the fee I thai an . m ol 1 1 1 ir 1 1 i f, rmturt and carpet dlstrlbiitais
In the countr) tlunl tu m i un, , i unhiiiiti inon i; are .liable-to
offer i on i ns
lies! flTreiii! Syitetfl OtM low Price Cash or Credit
U Mil A 1 v w m !
Z aJ iv- v. v
I a, ; J tv V a 1 'at I je-ku-" f sum
Inn It3 :
'-pitic Parlor snii, beautiful dtilfiii hand carvtd, mahogin iin
Itnad framaii with tloa laat) IiikIii. polUnadi iniiratruttiii
iprlnu In aatilsi flited with loo cuihfoni ui nil plush, aj uiua
trataat valua Mil Augutl talt Pflda
t.tv, i"' i Vnltii'
Evtr OitoNd in
27x1; it 1 1 1 c
'e L .W
,Wi(,,', ; Milne
" $4.S9 W,
Millie V. 10,11 1 -.Ll .oil P
II WAKI 5 LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED :
W( RI I ) "WANT" WILL GO AND GliT IT. :
1 h Fourth
ttaist I' ,vi
Forsythe w 34th st.
the Lowest Prices"
Gun matali patent Irothrr nnd Russia
calf) snklc strap, Cuban heels.; QC-s
sires 14 to 7 'n; rrg. $1 hO; at SJ.
Satin cnlf, bluchers or balmoral; solid
laathst solra end counters: QCi
sizca 10 to 2'; special 70C
Alicut 1J0 (iojrtn sr.mplrs of ribbed
v... with sleeves or alceveless rents
to mutch, deep lace trimmed; 7 Cg.
extrn rirrs; value to 49c llL
Extra sigl tiblied vists, lace yoke;
lletvcleSSi tusea 7.8,9; spe- f 0y.
Clal. , -leWirV
G o. qvnlity. lisle finish; tan, blac".
and I'diicy eclors; all sisci; 12' jc. 2'
.p.ulity OC '
Women's Silk Hose t
A!l silk; Test blsck; refiulsr irede; '
double olc, hioli heel snd toe; deep .
., ,r-nr Inn ell mi m m w,ll1rln O
&c rr. jvc
Turkish Bath Towels
Txtrn Ichvy fradSi pure
.. wh tc, fringed ends; J f
l-izc "2 x 't0 in.: ntodi Iron e standard
...tiii. KMBad centres, value y?Qg
H'omcn'j Shetland Veils
l ' j yes onu. I tt.ck. white and Ort.
Ion; vn ur 98c v7C
T I,... Ii,. i.....i .
ltli 1 - inch
posts with heavy
Inch u ii r I
finish and con
Ills he. I
hi.il. tea .1
bright and ami
nniin; can t
had in all siies)
ii I lie IJ0. Au
gust selc pric.
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i ii ii ii ri n n a . r i i - i i i