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7HI rVINIlfG WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAT If, 1012.
LITTLE MAY QUEEN
KILL BE BURIED IN
HER FESTAL ROBES
Marion Covert Died Before
.ftte, Money for VT '-Hoes
5 for Funeral Flowers.
Im(m4 of attenainir S-ysar-flia Marlon
Os-wet of No. 9- rwtttr a
hr Mir queen at a party la Van
OsrtUaat Park ntzt week, hr play
saatM wtlt f o to W funeral to-morrow.
Metis Marten ttd Monday night at her
ho mi of pneumonia after a four days'
The dri was on of the most popular
Mlaraa lo the Bedford Park section of
Ike Bros. Mere than a fortnlfht ae
e and asr eosapealona eeeen making
Mr saws for Um May jerty. Thr
wr sacer to fcotd tt a rek a, test
(Mr parent tboufat MM trooad waa
too wtt, and that some of tbem snlfht
eateti ooM, ao the war persuaded, to
'wait untU a week (rem kMir
Th clrta and bora Ml U wot to
etrtoualy to get tbelr "court oos
tenet" readr. Aa queen. Marlon waa
to here an elaborate draaa and laflatte
peine had teen taken to make a
-erown" that would outshine tlow of
I) the other queena in the park that
day. Several times aha had had a
"erase rehearaal" at her hosa aad du
plexed her regal robes to a tew at bar
aaeet inUmata friend. They ware so
Btslatf over their queen'a appearenee.
Jaenald Hennessey, aged eeraa, waa t
have been Marlon' king at Uie party,
Kg trade bia crown hlmaeU out of (Aid
THIEF ROBS SHRINE
OF GEMS AND JEWELS
OFFERED BY CRIPPLES
"Meanest Robber" Chasid
From Church in Jamaica,
but Manages to Escape.
Then Varls beoame ui. At Orel it
wu taWesjht to fee aotblnc wore slew
than a eerere ooM. Boon ttaoisfb. pceo
The gtrla and boy didn't tears eatsl
yaeterday thai Marlon waa dead, Meet
ot them had been aoardJtw their pes
nlee for -week to buy fa vera (at lb
opting. All Uile money waa cot tagetbat
Tfetarday, and the children bought a
floral wreath to siaee on Marlea'a grave.
The child will be burled In the dree
that ehe waa to have worn aa queen of
the May, and her Irttlo friends will form
a award of honor, led by Ronald Hen
seeay. at the funeral eervtoe.
Marlon waa th daughter of A. H.
cerrrt, a merchant
! WALL STREET
the stock market at the ouUet to-day
aapiriineed dUBeulty la maintaining
yesterday eaaart aeVrane. The open
tow waa leneralty barter, eepeotatly
UMM'ratlle, New Tork Ceavtrat aad
rajeirtlea PaolAo. Th Eat saesm- ta
latprev ott the latUal raage during the
ftrat half hoar, but heavy reallalna or
der began to And their way Into the
market wit the re oil that the ibee-
ejuaat trend was toward lower Jove.
Mel lapped helow if la th lat run-
oft aad other attatlarl eecurlUee re
ceded about a patot under ihetr aaaly
little Insaiuiseiwt ,waa rlatbU at
midday, the market attll puraulng a
etew downward tandenoy.
A qulok ealllng mevament In th last
few minute very nearly wiped out the
day adraaoee at cloaks time when
th majority of leadias; feature sus
tained fradtlonal loeees. StotwHhetand-
law tha tower oeadrtton of the active
aarei a number of apestaltle dlaplayed
large gala at tha tatata. tpeoially
Canadian Pacate, QHaola Oaatral aad
Hroowya Kaptd TranatL
Tke CleatraT Prleeet.
fedtre ifg ia, to a aad leet prieee ot etocU
Aak HaMlt. aj Mi, US as I 4 T
JP&W"" U$ lK5 1
Le. to lull o X I
The police of Queena Dorotwrh are to
day looking for the "mnaneat" butwlar
they ever sought tlio man who last
tdgbi rubbed the ahrins of Our 1edy of
Moynt Garmel In St. llue'e Jloman Cetfi.
olio Churoa in Jamaica. The thief took
about UOt worth of Jewelry and
watches which persons who had been
cured at the shrine bad left there to
abow their gratitude. The raot that a
number of your folk had J net aa
tailed a meeting aad were pesetas;
threusTb the ehapel erf th ofarurtfh, the
polie bell eve, soared sway the reafher
before he had Maw to eerry aemy all
the waeahea and Jewela at the aftwto.
Aa It waa. the thief orertoeked aaaaat
11,000 worth of thle a tuft.
Durtoa; th laat two weeks tiTmiHese
of erlpplea aad others afteoted with dis
eea or ederantae bad Hatted the
ahrlne. Ihrery nlgbt t&ere were many
of ttioae aeekljisT a our and en raanr In.
atanoe pereona who had gone to the
brine on crutches ware able to depart
without them. In thanksgiving for be
ing cured many persons left rtnge arid
watobee at the shrine. These Utanaja are
oarorully guarded by the eerton and a
society of fjbe ohurch, and etch evenkag
have tieen locked In a a Use case wMoo
encases the atarue of Our Lady of (Mount
Tew potto believe th tTMef tad fen
ha etaaxrh wnMl the lights had bean
elngtashed and Uin trmd hla way to
aba sjssfea and waa getabw all of the
vatoablee when the rneoibera of the
Attar Society hacan to kave the chapel.
The thief waa frlglrtened away.
one saw a man leas traragti the
window of trie ohuroh to h street.
the sry ot "Stop Thlacr waa taken
aa, but tn the derknesa the aMef waa
aMe to eaeape.
ELECTRIC PARK ENTRIES.
ETiaOTRTO PARK RACB TRACK.
BAXiTIMORB, Mt. May llXht an.
tries far to-morrowa races at aa
nnirr RAPE yqt-jrU asd epeudi gn
ir eso.a seu lonomi. irui:
ee Uioue. laoiuun. ivsi
ibOOMD ItlcS ImmumM ea apH
Jtuliifi foar sad e bell lutloeia. qtllnde. IQli
uu new. .... :
; t. ctstnl i
feeediu ,. I1
ii;c Hutt.. . . .6k
S, PfdlmaTtei Di
eeis ra, jut nsunui
lilt like HeU, 10TToc
ML BABY' SET AFIRE
IN HGHT OVER 'SMOKE;
San Juaa Amazons Scrap A
All-Night Party Likely to
l Kesuit atauy.
Berth Rlmmone, bttrr known on
ftvn Juan Hill as "Doll lUby, a bad, bad
woman when she's In her spirits," was
blAi from, head to foot when Police
men Minister and lnnox found her In
Phil f3asyi apartments at No. til West
0lxty-41rt street early to-dAy. She waa
removeil to Slower Hos;ilta), dying.
Mary WTlllame, whose friends of San
Juan csll her Honey Otrl," was locked
n ja oh Went filzty-elgbth street sta-
Jan, efearged wtth aettkig firs to her
Urea art Mo. W West
Although only nloe-
yeere HA. she fee an Aonaaon In pro
and haa a reputation for
Vtapplng" that haa mad bar feared
ores la San Jean tCU. Mary William
1 a atose aeoond aa a benioase Individ
ual, the police amy.
Mary, who rained the appellation of
"Honey CHrt" beoauae she rmlly Isn't,
tor some time loved "Smoke," a
flan Juan dandy whuae other name
seems to have escaped the memoir of
th principals, of late Berthahad been
making op to "Smoke," and tt didn't
pleaae "Honey Otrl" at alL
Last night there waa a party In Phil
Casey's pat Casey, "Doll Baby,"
'Honey Otrl" and Lorenio D. Triorap-
aon, who answers to the name at
"Rasja," were among those preient.
Tb Simmon woman alleges that
during a quarrel over "Smoke" the Wil
liams woman poured a quart of kerosene
ever her dress and applied a match.
tn Che Wert Bide Court, before Megla.
trate Arerieton, Mary WUUame waa
neM In 11,000 bull for forth es camfcia
tlon Vtiday, To boh) TViompaon ae a
witness, a charge ot being as aocom--
ptloe waa made against him and lie 'was
held tn 11.004 ball.
State Transfer Tax Appraiser J. J.
Monahan of Brooklyn reported to-day
to Surrogate Ketoham that the estate
ot (Mr. TUB E. MoUer, who died et
Central Valley laat Aaguat, amounted
to acwnt, Ptt,00a Of this amount POO,.
OW re left to her eon, Peter Metier Jr,
In .MIA. n MAMA A VIA -AAAA . - M
mi w. m. w v i Mujir, imww a-ra
aunt, until he la thlrtylva year old.
whan he le to have th principal. The
balance goes to the widow.' Young Mr.
ateuer ia now (ixtern years ota.
USE SUBWAY TUBE
TO STATEN ISLAND
0 CARRY FREIGH
President Cromwell Has Plan
to Give Trunk Lines Im
An antbttlotis project to utilize the
propoted Rapid Transit tunnels be
tween Bouth Brooklyn and Htaten Island
for freight, as well as paasenger ar-
vlce, waa disclosed to-day by Borougti
President Cromwell of lllclimond, one
of tlie memfbers of the Rapid Transit
Committee of the Board of Esttlmate.
It Is planned to oonetruct the tunnels
between feUxty-tifrh street, South Brook
lyn, and the Staten Island shore, so
that they may be need for th passage
of car loaded with freight. If the plan
worka out to Mew Jersey.
At present the Babtlmore a, Onto,
nheaepeek Ohio and Lehigh VaSer
Railroad have freight terminal' oa
Btaten Island, reaching there by a bridge
over the Kin von JCutl from near lala-
abethport. J. J. AS thelt freighl for
New Tork Is transferred by Btfvtera,
this method making necea-arj the use
of a lot of vataabtt rtver frontaga la
itanhattaa and Brooklyn foe pier.
The plan is to eJlow these railroads
the wrat-r tranefer, and Western flip
pers could do ttie eune'wltb goods det
uned for New England points.
It la also planned to carry the new
caiMxiii water supply system to fltatea
laland by way of the tunneL The proj-
ot k to bulk! a water tunnel from
fioath Brooktye to fltaten Island at the
same time tb subway tunnel Is con
structed, at a great saving of expense.
PIMIilCO RACB TRACK. Md.. May
1. The entries for to-morrow1 race
at n-nnlnga, are as followsi
nn.iT tir.r. nw.,,.,
tawmj miM iur
mil n IK-IIM1KB-L,
we i7l wet
aAmatt)n n m
O. Kj, 10 1 Or
19: iltw Kre-t,
t rwrr-w ewi U4 est lie
OfaifrMa. lUi K.ht irf K-m.
T.iwr-onu ane wi m
ew-plei.at)riil rpe u. akfc, lMi
,135: ni .Tveel. ill
inn, w w. .a.
I HoVsved, M ValbaBB,'
6b Pee pata vaOm ew Mo
rPril.RACe yoe nimUni Te C T Ctaee
ernsi hhi wws.sise.lsl, tMMf WIfrm.
A InHl RAinAi
RACB TRACK, lJCAMUVOMR, ICyi
May U-The eotrlae for to-morro-re
race are at 'follow!
; RACE Tv Bnstmi The UfVe
tar, 10 darteretta, ISO.
saPoeeJadl fanossaenLsaitwlm'i IZ
to um the tunnel for freight trains from . To . rtk."; I'-at' ll oT 1
Htaten Island to the yarda of the New . TnTitP ,SiV!SL nM. eLj5rV
York Oonn.tlnr Tinltm..1 . n.-. nu-. farlas.-Iilk. 1M Uooad ti- Xortd. llf
This la ths rood that U to connect with
the bridge over Hell gats from Long
Island to the Bronx, enabling the New
York, New Haven A Hartford to run
paaaenzei trains through from New
Bngland to tAa South aad Wait with oat
water transfer around Manhattan
It ta claimed by Borough President
Cromwell that the ratlronda would be
ao benefited by this tunnel plan that
they nwin te vitUnt; not only to share
the expense of onstruaDoti but to pay
eubstanuaj r-ntau. mn ungiuin
ship pert coald eend gooitt West without
Xhnrm lloelM-. lift .... . .
KOtirtTil Kicx BMMort Hear; staiae) fj-tt
eoe-l-ai. rerV-iav Tankje. NoUon 118
ml, lltl. Naaa OXh. IIS: MoBBf, 119
rtrru IwdB fVlllnsi three-r
larai Bile and mian ytrAt, '
Mi TetrlMt llor, 104 Htint, 103
rM-lea and eo
Mi fetrlMt llor, loli Iniant, 103) Jo llotwrt.
10TI l, 1111: Mnonllfbt, lHJ CrjuUJ Iaiuo,
lOTt Orlf. IIS: Xlm, lul!M Ham-sa, 1U0;
CwUla Baate. lOTi OdIomI linera. UO,
AlXTTI RACK-AaUloej mil. and a dttMntfc.
'Bile. Ml Oaklioryt. l0U labot, U?i Tfm
tUrm. Ml Oanmyt, lOBi Btar O'llran. lilt Tha
RarU rnaae. lMi iafm Lool 100 Buperau.
elalawd. Ttaek smL
OLYMPIC SAILS AT LAST.
TODTHAMPPOM, Bnglasd, May 11.-
The Whit Star Hner Otymplo sailed for
New Tork at 11.15 o'clock P. M. to-day.
Many of the erenr who struck on April
M la eoneequenoe ot the alleged In
efficiency of the lifeboats have r-Jolned,
all their differences having bn ad-1
rusted. Prior to the departure of th
liner the crow wee exercised In boat
The Kaiser WUhehn H. sailed for
New Tork at 1 eVaoek. Among the
passengers were Curtis Otilid, United
States Ambassador to Russia, and a
party ot Russian delegates to the ship
ping cOTferen at I'hlladMDhla.
Delicious ea Saadwloaea
lO 8c 13 WEST 23?? STREET
WILL PLACE ON SALE TO-MORROW, THURSDAY
A SPECIAL PURCHASE
fioaene? aecaate h ceeuine Pealea, X I I
thesreetaat sealing resaedy. lie ess I
(or every terwrpeessreraWtioaei V
-a-A-TIIt- i. X I
Z Urge eehs, arlaeMesaM Z 1
W AT AU. DKUGCISTf V! J
V ftr Aa tmmph. mHH K t-sea I I
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AmsHca V GrtMtiyat lrdtMra Hauast , ,
OPEN SATURDAY EVENING5 UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK.
We Save Money for You!
Compre owr prices and convince yourself that
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST t
TREMONT 2700 MT. VERNON 1800
CALL ANY OF THESE
numbers and consent that we phone
you each morning for all or part of
your market order. 8 to 8 deliv
Avoid tbo discomfiture incident -to- shopping on
rainy days and in tho sultry weather.
Give one order for all your market require
ments and have but one delivery man come to
your door. ,
TRY THE PLAN TO-MORROW
Thursday and Friday Specials:
LEGS AND HINDQUARTERS LAMB, ib. 16c
BLUEFISH, 4 to 6 lbs. each, lb 7c
BERMUDA ONIONS, ib.... 4c
BORAX SOAP, regularly 5e ...... 7 bars for 23c
CORN FLAKES, Quaker 6c
BISMARCK HERRING, imported 2 for 7c
ROQUEFORT CHEESE, imported, ib.... 37c
Quality th Best Prices the Lowest
120th St. & 3d Av. 177th SL & Webster Av.
1st SL and 6th Av., ML Vernon
Of High Class Dresses
um in u i
so ao i
f?H iff ft
ami mu m ai
lliu Z. J
UuS. ' '
Comprising the season's most charming models in all the fashionable
colors. Correct gowns for all occasions. A sale of exceptional magni
tude, embracing the greatest variety of styles ever gathered together.
Values $25.00 & $30.00 . y
$25 and 130 Charmeuie Dresses
$25 and $30 Crepe Meteor Dresses
$25 and $30 ChiffonTffeU Dresses....
$25 and $30 Veiled Chiffon Dresses.....
$25 and $30 Decollete Gowns
$25 and $30 Lingerie and Voile Dresses.
NONE SENT C. O. D.
SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, GAS
;: OR DYSPEPSIA RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN.
This Delightful Stomach Regulator Brings Relief in Five
' Mifiutes Puts an End to Stomach Trouble Forever.
"Really does" put bad itomacht in
order "reallr does" overcome iodigti
(ion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and aour
nht in five minutes that just that
makes Pape'i Diapepiin the largest
filing stomach regulator in the world,
if what you cat fermrnti into ttubborn
lijaepi, yon belch gai and eructate aour,
'nndigeftrd food and acid; head is diuv
and aches; breath foul; tongue coaled;
yur iaiidee filled with bile and indigett
jWr wtste,- remember the moment
aejniin'co ia contact with the atom I and most
attoniahing almost marvelous, and the
Joy i, its hannlrsineii.
A large fifty-cent caie of Fape's Dia
pepiin will give you a hundred dollnra
worth of satisfaction or your druggitt
hands you your money back.
It's worth its weight in gold to men
and women ho can't get their stomachs
regulated. It belongs in your home
should always be kept handy in case ota
sick, sour, upaet stomach during the day
ur at nilil. It's the quickest, surest
and most harmless stomach doctor iu
'Pit SAVE OOOD MOMEY AT
$2.75 MTrGgffa Rustic Hicke
These round top
read tablee. In nat
green or brown fin
lahas. The lonest
price ever quoted
From $5.00 to
$1,000 on small
Any Kind I NO RED
TAPE NO Stringt to
Thit Offer -5l
You May furnish Any
Room CompUtaly by
Now, nd th Balance
Mad of leeked
SplndU beck. The
aetata are made f rem
hand woren tripeef
Innar hickecy bark.
I Small Acoounta
I r i-iir-AAAi
Continuation ot Our Clearance Sale of
Fine Bedroom Furniture
laclatfed la this sale Is the EXHIBITION SAMPLE LINE the
Hashes Furniture Co.. and ell el the dlscoBtlHaed aattafS
from our reauUr stedt, Eicepttoaalty mil made stelisaesy.
Maple and Oak Breseers. ChUtonlers. ToUet Tables, afevd Wassi'
stands; asany ol which match up In sets.
' ONE OF A KIND ONLY. NO DUPUCATES.
ALL TO GO AT ABOIT S CENTS ON THE DOLLAst.
BUY NOW! THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY!
$50.00 Three-Piece Parlor Suite, 33.75
Matiocun- Nnl.tiNl. hlclu jiolUhed. K.tra beeey fram-s 1tb measlte claw (Set.
Salt consists t ttofa. Arm Chair anil Aral Bwkrr. Ioae cn.hjon aeaU aM aa-
atereii imcKa, (incur lunra saa roT-rru u in. -. run. a-isea.
i; ingle Stamps
DEPARTMENT OF READY-TO-WEAR GOWNS
3B. Altmatt $c do. are showing a care
fully SELECTED STOCK OF DRESSES FOR
GENERAL AFTERNOON AND INFORMAL
$38.00, $45.00 AND UPWARD
TAILOR-MADE SUITS OF SUPERIOR MATERIALS
AND WORKMANSHIP AT $28.00 AND UPWARD
' Jiffy Atvtme, 34$ mt& 35$ Simis, Sfcn ftxrrfc.
J ON tVtRV PURCHAdC
FAR BETTER THAN
Everythlnu Right. Lowest Price.
Credit If You Want It.
$50 to $65 $1,00 i Week
$65 to $100 $1,25 to $1.50"
$125 to $150 $2.00 i Wee!.
Until 10 P. M.
SUNDAY- WORLD WANTS .WORK MONDAY, WONDERS.
Follow Mr. Goodresser.
tsalds Information leads ths writer U
hint that Mr. Truly Waraer la pr.par-d
to aprlna aoiiiethuic brand new la lb. war
ef HtraW llala. Mr, Warnrr la In the
habit el aertlns Mr, Ouodr-i.fr Willi th
ouespecl-d. a well aa lb. uoat perfect
aUlre. Thl. hmcq N. V. aieu will be
more Incllsed lliaa arer t. tallow Mr,
Uaudreaaer'a .sample la buxtas aad ebar
ln Ui (lmI fortaae la (rltui( hal strles
tktvt aj ,a 3i.ua, eesaarjr,.. . .
You often meet people
who suffer throughout their
entire lives because of the
loss of some vvatch, pin, ring
or keepsake that might have
been recovered had they
acted promptly and in the
If you have lost some
article of value, have your
"Lost and Found" ad. pub
lished in Tl5 World with
out a moment's delay.
THE WORLD'S CIRCULA
TION IN NEW YORK CITY,
MORNINGS AND SUNDAYS.
IS GREATER THAN THAT OF
Till! HERALD, TIMES. SUN
AND TRIBUNE ADDED TO
GETHER i : i i t : i
To telephone your "Lost and
Found" ad. to The World,
Call 4,000 Beehnan
The New Cable Letters.
Twenty words across the
Atlantic for $1.50.
Thirty words for the same ,.
price at week-end.
Save mail's delay and
Full Information and Rates by-Telephone
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
W . The Largest Millinery Store la Aaaric
m. M MYRTLE AVeNIIB AND BRIDGE STREET
in Trimmed Hats for Thursday
There will be some remarkable values In trimmest
hnts here to-morrow. Our trimmed hats have long held
the reputation of being the biggest value for the least
money. A visit will convince you of the economy in
buying at Brooklyn's lowest priced millinery store.
$1.98 and S..98 floral trimmed hats at $1.48. Resular UM
Ostrich trimmed hats at $2.98. Suparidr milant, hemps and lart
black and vrhlto chip hats, most exquisitely trimmed t values u to
$8.98. bargains at $4.98. ' wu"" u
Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings.
SUNDAY WORLD S TO Itl" ADS.
Simplify Home-seeking by savins M-
. A'meJ- emPer- an tramping. 6