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llUllff til IIWI1I.UI
m COS TER CAR
areaa. ,Hur ytaw wlliiiiil ts ae-
cldsnt. "' " "" '
Mill KahM u picked tp uncoaacious
and carried Into a prlrats office. An
ambulant wai called and Dr. Donohue
haitend with the young woman to tht
Fdrdlum Hospital. Miss Kuhne was tt
linllllnaK IkUiu . a aa
Ai iiiiittiim uihi jrvrm ou, ana y uvea mi
J I Xt3l0t Third avenue.
I . . r
uess. wno lainita Jn the Mr
af itr her companion had alien out. Ilvei
at No. 321 Rati One HundrM and Ftftjr
fourlh street. Vellleke,.. their oarort.
save hli address ai So. KS Wales ave
nue, the Bronx. ' '
Jeanette Kuhne Grew
f f Dizzy in "Gobd'Night Ride"
at Clason Point.
"Oh. let'i have Just one mr on the
Mller eaaster before we go, I love It!"
Bo Mill Joatiette ICuhne and her frlendi,
Miss Mary Hess and Charles Vellleke,
tamed bck aa they were leAVlna Claion
i,. (Joint Park shortly after 1 o'clock thta
f morntns;. A few mtnutei later Mlia
ti . Kuhne wn on her way to Fordl.am
Hospital, dylnr, It wai feared, from
1 Internal Injuries duo to falling out of the
v. coaster car;
The party had spent the first evening
of summer weather at the pleasure park
and went for a final rldo on the roller
I. coaster at Clason Point road opposite
1 " Stevens avenue Aa the cars swung
round, tho last curve Miss Kuhne be-
i came dlzty and toppled over tlve aide,
f At this point tho car was not more
i -than about ten feet In the air. Out It
i ,-was going at great speed and Miss
Xubno was flung wjth terrlflo violence
i against the framework nnd fell to the
CROWDED CARS CRASH,
PASSENGERS IN, PANIC.
Thousands Hjye to Walk Wlltiams
burgBrldge After Collision
on the Plaza.
Considerable excitement was caused
during' tho early rush bour to-day by
the collision erf two crowded street cars
on the plasa of the Williamsburg bridge.
No one was Injured, bat thousands on
their way to work, were compelled to
walk across the bridge by th. tying
up of traffic for half an hour
A fourth and Madison avenos car.
In charge of Motorman John Karris, of
No. MM eighth avenae. Jammed with
oarty morning workers, was proceeding
toward New Tork when It got beyond
Morris's control on the Incline Just
above Attorney street Directly in front
of It was a light Eighth street car la
charge of Motorman James nellly, of
No. 334 West Seventeenth streot, -and
Conductor Allen Kats, of No. 134 Mr
Kats saw the runaway ear coming
and signalled, Reilly to go ahead. Be
fore the Eighth street oar could ,gtn
momentum, however, the heavier car
rear slattern eumsieteir
) it to, im roiway
There was, a small aante among the
passengers on the crowded ear, woenea
being knocked down and kicked during
tbe rush for the doors. Policeman Law
less, of the CI1nton street station, en
duty on fh bridge, Immediately sum
moned an amfcnlanra from the Oouver
neur Hospital, and then ran to the
scene of the wreck. Or. Mulford found
tbat all the passengers had been able
to make their way from the car and
to climb the low parapet to tbe road
y, A number trtro bruised and
slightly cut, but none delayed for medi
CAR BUMPS i MILK WAGON.
Drive avad Inspector O to Hos
pital After Crash in Brass.
A trolley car spoiled a milk inspec
tion at Aqueduct avenue and One Hun
dred and Ninetieth street, Bronx, early
to-day and sent Charles Lee. vthlrty
eight years old, a' milk. Inspector, of No.
ni Bast On Hundred and Sixty-ninth
street, and Charlos George, thirty-nine,
No. 4(43 Third avenue, the driver, to
Lee had Just gone on duty, at 1 A. M.,
when the milk wagon came along. He
stopped tt. Boon after ha got in and
began his work, the car came along
and turned them over, throwing both
men to the street partly wreaking the
wagon, spilling all the milk and In
juria the horse. After Dr. Donohu
got the men to tne norpitai ne round
they were not seriously hurt. .
Cherokees Win Foartfc Oaiae.
Tht stress Ohmkaet Bata11 Ch aoa tMr
fourth aseeenlTt itm br deffeolns (est ga
ins Colon! Buftall Club on tbe Meter's errands
to ID. , iud oi 10 m v. in ivnn a ma
SUM M Hie all-around pity" of the tkarotoaa
and the catcfclof t HtHanwr, e new Warn of
pa ficTOfm, ma vnim pit jwi ur nn oe.
feat. Next Bund; Uxr play ttn Okooite Bate
Wt hare m "eyeglas sale"
Ttit unit required tor a
proper exammatioti of your eyes
and tot a perfect adjustment
of the frames- of mountings
CANNOT be reduced to fit an
eyeglass bargain bait.
W- have never ottered an
"EyeRias Bargain' we never
will but to-day to-morrow
always at all ol ou stores
we ofjer you two dollar glasses
for $2.00, and triree dollar
glasses for $3.00 that are worth
ALL of 13.00- and Guarantee
them to give you Complete sat
isfactions 14 East 28rd St., near Fourth Ava.
tl Wee 84th St., bet. 6th and 6th Avm.
M Wast ltGth St., near Lenox Avs,
442 Columbus Ave., 81st and 82nd Sta.
19 Nassau St., near John St.
1009 Broadway, near Wllloby, Bkljra
489 Fulton SU, opp. A. k. S., Bklya
mrt Broad St.. near Hahna'a. Newark
Th Flam Llngm !
Once yotr try it, you'll
,never be without it
Fine for soups, cravies, fWh.
meats or salads. 10 cent m.
At Grocers and Del'tateucn Stares.
MsJebyE.Prirhttd. 33t 5ptm St. N. Y.
GET OUT OF DOORS AND
KEEP YOUR COMPLEXION
No Need for the AthMIe Girl
- to Worry About Reel
Face and Hand.
Yount Women who delisht in autaW Ufa
soon find that while eierciia in the open sir
eiicci on Qciicaie compiexwru. iujni Dccomc
chspped and roushened and the face becomes
sentttive and led.
After a day in the oaen air weak the hands
and ftce in lukewarm water and then gently
rub oa s little Vtlogen and ysu w3l be surprised
at the softening soothing effect k has en the
' fabrics. Velosen is also fo valuable for ehspsjed
lips, abrasions or bursa. Ita daily
use accps inc sum always soil ana smeetn.
At all drugriits'. In collapsible tubes,
Uratikiia Until 'cti
" mIi a -' -
1 We say Mghl aaeJR.lt lares.
haooa ronaUla J
ronaa, IMmng R"ei
Kltrhen. ollfl la am ahlhl
beret tuini faelor
Table Ibrase feet It
haadaoma la mil nnn
Oak Dreaatag CmM
and WahttaaMt. tree)
orase inaiaaeai rt.
vea Wire Bti asetiai.
eon tb Maiireaeea.
Ralr realhee. I'll
wa. romlwtable. 1
4 ft K
O'eswiaal ej hi
mm. rleSaraa. I
ftrl.atal iltiia. T.
Oak Mitebnati. bev-
euro wntrcr,.ir .w-
as Beulas aliine
a rears- ajar-
a n r
a re, athrhea
111 tarda Oil-,
Our Ubtral Crtdlt Tcrmi
MO Worth $3 Down) rsi.ai.M
$7S Worth $S Down?
ISO " S1B.W f2.0Q
WR1TB FOR CATALOOUB
-X Million Dollars More
of 'Good Merchandise
(This announcement i
made by the John V'ana
maker Store simul
taneously in New York
Manufacturers and whole
salers with worth - while
stocks to dispose of quickly
will find this store ready to
The extraordinarily cold
and rainy season halted the
even flow of merchandise
all over the country, but
the Wanamaker retail busi
ness, both here and in
Philadelphia, has gone
steadily ahead, exceeding
every month the sales of
last .year, the largest year
in our history.
We are. therefore, in
position to distribute for
holders of merchandise up
to Wanamaker standard
such goods as can be of
fered at prices that will
olace them at once in peo
ple's homes, where they
Our regular stocks, never
in finer assortment or con
dition, are ready at all
times for our regular cus
tomers, and this extra dis
posal will not interfere with
the usual good service of
Being in the heart of the
greatest buying communi
ties of the country, here in
New York, within easy traf
fic of ten millions of people,
and in Philadelphia of sev
eral millions more and
having in those two cities
distributing plants the larg
est in the world we are
able to dispose of large
quantities of goods without
delay or confusion.
Having the confidence of
both the public and the
manufacturers a con
fidence that comes from
fifty years of open-handed
dealing 'bfitjvecn them we
can fairly represent both
sides in this emergency, and
fix prices that will relieve
any congestion of the mar
ket on one side and lower
the high cost of living on
Manufacturers Are Al
with Us, and This
Great Distribution of
"Merchandise Will Con
tinue Tomorrow in
Many Parts of the
Your furs will be bettered by a Summer in tile Wana
maker Fur Storage
The Parisian Wedding
In the Auditorium
Each Day During This Week .
Eleven in the Morning
Two and Four in the Afternoon
In Paris, after the wedding ceremony, the newly'
wedded couple with their parents and near relations re
tire to the coeur or inner room of the church, where ,'
upon a low platform they stand to receive the felicita
tions of their guests. Aftcrwarda the procession forms,
headed by . the Suisse, who is the picturesque prompter
in every wedding, and proceeds to the bride's home,
.there to, partake of a .buffet luncheon.
The four seenes in the Auditorium illustrate many
of the French wedding customs, different from any
others in the world. The bride's trousseau has been
arranged in her boudoir in the House Palatial for the
examination of other brides and their friends,
e Auditorium. First Oallery, and
House Palatial, Fifth Oallery, New Building.
"No Silks Like the French Silks"
And Never a Sale Like This
Exquisite French Silks, Usually
$2.50 to $15 Yard, Specially
Men who know silk values hastened to New York
at the first announcement of this sale which began
this morning to buy silks to sell again. Superb taffetas.
t 1 a O sTa. A ! f
plain, cnangeaDie ana stnpea. ooit Arcaaian cnar-
meuse, the quaint jouy taffetas so much used in Pans,
wonderful printed chiffons, great grandmother checks,
and dozens of other fashionable silks in the newest
colorings the loveliest of their kind. The whole
remaining stock of an importer who supplies the fash
ionable couturiers of New York.
32 to 58 inches wide. $1.50, instead of $2.50 to
$15 yard. , SUkStOK.RotuKU.Mainfioor.OldBuildiag.
2500 Degrees of Heat Make the
what it is. This tremendous heat is used in vitrifying the
steel lining that is so important a part of these excellent
refrigerators. There are many refrigerators with nice
white linings, but the Puritan is the only one in which
this lining will not; crack, flake or discolor.
In the Puritan the ice chamber is most conveniently
placed at one side, with a chamber beneath just the right
height for milk bottles. The remaining space is cleverly
divided by openwork wire shelves. The scheme of circu
lation is perfect. The hair-felt insulation between the
steeMining and the golden oak exterior reduces ice wast
age to a minimum.
Many styles and sizes in the Puritan refrigerator.
Five that are popular for household use are:
100 lb. Ice Capacity, $33 150 lb. Ice Capacity, $46
125 lb. Ice Capacity, $39 200 lb. Ice Capacity, $52
225 lb. Ice Capacity, $58
A new refrigerator the "Automatic" contains bit iron tank po.celalt
lined Tor drinking water, next to the ice chamber, with un outside faucet, and an
attachment on top f the .efrlgerator for the bottle, whrre spring water is used.
$26.50 upward. Subway floor, New Building.
630 Waists of Silk, Net and Lace
75c and $1.85
Made to Sell at $1.50 to $5
For the small sum of $1.85, 380 women are offered regular
$2 to $5 waists. Pretty messaline, taffeta and lace and net styles,
some of washable silk and chiffon with either long or three
quarter sleeves. Plenty of colors, odd sixes.
At 75c are net coatee waists illustrated, made to sell at
$1.50. Square necks with three-quarter sleeves of durable creamy
net elaborately trimmed with cluny imitation. Just 250 or them.
Subwav floor. Old Building.
Women's Summer Shoes
The $1.90 group includes tan, dull calf and patent
leather oxfords and tan pumps, Made especially for ui
in selected styles. Compare these shoes with $3 shoes and
see how little difference there is. Good assortment of
In the $2.90 group are regular $3.90 shoes from our
own stocks. Find in the lot tan and black oxfords ana
pumps. All sizes but not in each style.
Subway floor, Old BuUdlof.
Girls' Coats $2.75 to $5
were $4.00 to $8.50
Choosing is especially good. In the assortment are light
weight novelty suitings, pretty blue, Copenhagen and brown
serges and black and white checks. Some are attractively
trimmed with braid others have satin collars, some are plain.
The prettiest coats that girls of 4 to 14 years could want to
take a-traveling to the mountains or seashore. Not all sites in
every style. Subway floor, Old Building.
Women's Underclothes. 10c to $1.50
Regularly 15c to $2.25
Jutt rtceitid tv w nightgowns at 35c, like some secured for the begin
ning of the Bummer Sale of White at 38c and now all sold out. Easy to
appreciate their substantial cambric, their careful making and good dimen
sions. V-neck, long sleeves.
Combinations at SOc, Instead of 75c and 85c corset covert and drawers
or skirt, of soft cottons with embroidery or lace trimming.
Lone nettlcoata at SOc. 75c and S1.50. reaularly SI to $2.25. Cambric
trimmed with five rows of Valenciennes lace at 50c. Many other styles, some
a little crumpled. '
Corset covers, 10c, Instead of 15c. Subway floor, Old Building.
Attractive. House Dresses, $1
Made o Sell at $3 and $3.50
Of one stye there are 127 dresses In all sUes. It Is a fine quatlty of blue
and white percale with collar and lone sleeves the only reason It Is so radically
rjpriced at $1. Originally made to sell at $3.50, blue pencilled once before,
but now only $1,
400 othei dresses now $1 mostly with low neck and short sleeves, odd
sires, cne and two of a kind, made to sell at $3 and $3.50.
Subway floor, Old Building.
Met and Lace Waist, 75c,
made to stll at $1.50.
235 percale and chambray waist
dresses are 35c, usually 50c
All neatly made and prettily
trimmed. Checked gingham and
white lawn. Russian dresses are 5Cc.
Plaid gingham dresses are 05c,
Not every slxe In every style.
Sites from 2 to 6 years.
Boys' Bloomer Suits
50c, usually 85c
Oood-Iooking styles in checked
ragham or plain chambray. Site
to 4 years. Subway floor, Old Bid
And Only 58c Yard
TOMORROW, Tuesday, final dispersal of
high-class dress cottons, French and
Swiss novelties, shown earlier in the season at
$1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 yard. t
Some were sold here' recently at a special rate,
but now the final clearing price has been made
58c yard.' All these fabrics are double width,
42 to 46 inches wide.
Dress Fabrics Salons, First floor, Old Building.
Half and Less
Samples and Odd Pieces
All tho most wanted pieccs
prettlly decorated. Specimen prices:
Salad bowls, 25c, Instead tf 75c.
Cake plates, 25c, instead of SOc.
Cups and saucers, 15c, Instead of
Dinner plates, 15c, Instead of 25c.
Bread and butter plates, 10c, In
stead of 20c.
Fruit saucers, 15c, insteadof 25c.
Tuesday, Subway floor, In the
pfluageway.betwcfnthr; two Bldgs.
Made to Sell at 35c and 50c
liy actual count 470 sheer I own
dressing sacques, flowered or figured,
Subway (IT Old Building.
Lawn Kimonos, 50c
Made to Sell at 75c to 85c
Bliick and white effects, flowered
cottons with lace trimmed collars or
piped with color. A lot of comfort at
50c. Subway floor, Cld Bulldlnc-
Half Sleeves, 25c a Set
Regularly 75c to $1.25
Of white lawn inset w'th imitation
Valenciennes lace or of plcuica net
trimmed with imitation Valenciennes,
Cluny tr shadow tace.
Subway floor, Old Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.,
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO h M
Uxbp U Ave.
AO our llW ialaa advertised in 9urtrfcyi papers ttft
psj ainum w-psarrow. Tuaaday. Great economiae, 1
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KM fortiWe Showers. Silt
taislr "PU with curtain, .. f
ethers; i si j spssiaivaiaseafw twjwfaya ,
Oh. Bather sraaliea ssMshs J ate glass, Ls"?
wttk sot ktasa Rleksl pksa Matt n , rh 7-
isu M,.M.iukdsisi UCJt M 4-:gK
u.iaasi a iii s ii nesrt Tswsl Bars TreUls VrMaa mM
Z-T aV aa aa ,rn I swwen, naoa a -imm,,fmm
m its Ms us sMf a-rwt Plant aticsat. . . . . (.1
, BLOOMINGD ALES', U. f J AM.,9f A tmwwtnJHt
3U1U9 VI UlAiw via ci ui vV
ror men ami iuuux mcu
both in appearance and
in value. Suits at $20
of unusually good qual
ity. A medium shade
of plain gray unfinished
serge, one of the most
popular colors worn this
Spring and Summer. For
old men or young, for
town or couniry, iney f
are ideal suits. ;
Re&dy-to-Wear $20 i
JolorioawraatM for Ownm and Driven at Our 4th St. Asartv
BROADWAY, at 40ta St. 87 UROADWAY, Bear Chambers St. f
47 CORTLANDT ST near Greenwich. 1I4TH STREET, at 84 At
UNION SQUARE. 14th Street, West of Broadway. .
Jlmrlem Store ptu Eveming.
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To-Merrow, Tuesday, May 21st
$10 $20 $29 $39 $60
ACarah KCorol Carat Karat VkQxfi
da ilea lta leal travyeara al lnl SO per !.
dliiitiooJ. .Iil Tn.iiia niiriHTlia raaa(ant7maiid la uovrd la.farreaw lh
sutiplr.l always naijii. aiorMOI.
iIImI. Wm KLHrNat. rm.h tahi an thraa dlamoaiU air
sanAt m.tk Amm fm la. ihaa BMrlr Aaubla uur nrwa. C)v.r h
nrlii af diHtniinaV. all nUlalir marktil Hllk Ilia arrurate walshla
lain ta avt.lKKtl. raa ka ar.n In nur hIhSot. It la ncrlli salsa mil la al
Obaarva tlieae vreiaMa aad priraa at "Spatial" dUmana rlass sale
aquaJlr aa cbaap, auaUtir caanlesiWr
S-U4 Carats 81
2 and 1. 4
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, Charles A. Keene,
LONDON, 60 lletbora VladucU
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