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Uia X 10, i U i 2.
T WEST SHORE
0 OIN STRIKERS
l. Camp of Longshoremen
llierr.telves In the lone linn of freight' (int. h.-we piled, up In the frelKht hd
train. They took refuse on lop nml H' moving of theac mountains of
i.i.i.io r ,u .n,i ,t, .,!, .. (ooJj!tirts has becomt almost .t hopalMs
nlna thc-m ilonn na tr.ado'lmDaulbta .ah- K.Bth .'1sv .f thf trlk rcpri snt
... , . :, . increar ne lost WirouRh. tin? urciy .inn
until dnwn came. Then the strikers,,, , 1.,.h.Si.
Tliern wrre no rlmitous ilttnonstrn
Uotm nlona; the Houth ntreet ilneki, mill
no Rte.imers left their piers ilurlns tie
rouree of the day. A Ward line boat
If jcheduleil to leave Thurstlay. an 1 the
representatives nf the line said tn-diy
thnt n full complement In the flrcrooiu
nml on deck would k out with the ship.
(Jeorite Ilo.llne, sfcretnry of tho Ko.i-
rinen's Union, said to-dny that ti-e
policy of the 'striking sailors would lie
one of strict Inaction. They had plenty
of rosonrcv-s to .sustain a strike of
several we'nkn. no lino said, and were
confident of winning their demands.
hundred freight lianllors em-
In the Wechawkcn yards of the
horo Itallroad went on strike
fand were received with cheers
striking brothern on West
fhen they camo ncrotta the river
Ud an open nlr meollns nt Elov-
svonue and l'orty-otghth street.
rill seek affiliation with the Na-
Hcannon, president of tho Na-
onRshorenien'n Afsoclntlon, said
.that the longshoremen now on
.who belong to several mora or
llatlnct organizations, are to
mate under one organization
better prosecution of tho strike.
cutlvc committee of tho National
noremen s Association, whoso 1
era wcro employed exclusively on
organ line plors, met last night
se a plan for amalgamation with
even local unions of tho Long-
i's Protectlvo Association,
CER3 CLIMB ROPE LADDER
lion, denied. In behalf of nil the
orcmcn, apy nnillatlon between
ngshoreiiien's us.iuclutlun and (he
Transport Workers' l'odera-
vhloh Is composed of Spanish
Iters aboard the ships.
ting a rope ladder to drop them
the forty feet of sheer retaining
which bounds tho Now York Ccn-
tl freight yards, at the foot of West
Strnty-socond street, nbout sixty "per
,.10ers," recruited from the ranks of
striking longshoremen, escaped tho
ance of tho staff of railroad police-
In tho hours beforo dawn this
nine and swarmed over the network
tracks to tho freight Hheds. The
Iroad's force of policemen, guarding
two gates Into tho yards at West
ninth street and West Seventy-
ad street, were mystified to find
i yards behind them filled with
(era, and did not discover the
sod of tholr entranco until tho com
light showed the dangling rope
I aoon as they were once within the
the strikers made for Freight
E, at tho foot of Fifty-sixth
t, where one hundred or more
who had not gone out with the
were engaged In their all-
took the hint to go and escaped by way
of their rope ladder.
WATCHMAN REPORTED MUR
DERED REAPPEARS UNINJURED.
Karly to-day Capt. Conboy of the West
Slxty-clglith street station, acting In con
junction with the special railroad police
of the New York Central yards, began
a search of the river front for tho body
of a watchmnnt supposed to have een
knltid and hurled Into the river when a
mob of strikers charged the gttcs of the
freight yards, at the foot of West Sixty
fifth street. It had been reported to the
police that bystanders had een the mur
der of the watchman when ho refused
to open tho gates nt the demand of the
While tho police were In tho midst of
tholr search the watchman supposed to
have been slain appeared nt his post. Tho
day watchman had already been ac
counted for, to the reappearance, of tho
night watchman eot at rest the Ule of
The riot at the foot of Terry street
last night, during the progress nf
which bottles, bricks nnd kitchen
utensils were showered on the heads
of tho police reserves from the roofs
on both sides of tho street and along
tho line of West ntreet, started the
pollen of the Leonard and Macdougal
strict stations out early to-day on a
missile gathering quest. Aetlnfr under
dipt. Ithony nnd Jlelss of these sta
tions rounds of btucconts passed from
roof to roof along tho affected dls
trlctn gathering In anything that
looked like a weapon of attack.
The police were ready to arrest any
body they saw piling weapons on the
roofs, but the strlko sympathizers
were chary of laying themselves open
to arrest on this scoro and the police
hnd to bo satisfied with clearing away
almost a wagonload of battles, bricks
FIFTY LONGSHOREMEN RETURN
TO WORK TO-DAY.
The striking 'longshoremen and sea
men showed only one sign or weaKon-
lng to-day. That w,n when men.
who had tctn empi.iy-.l ii fit "or.ayl
vanla llall'ojd docks .linnc Woit ft'.ttl.
went back to work. At a mestln.t nf the
striking longshoremen lust night an
ultimatum nils recelvol from tho Penn
sylvania company declaring all who
wished, to return to work to-day .nt the
old wagesohedulo would find their places
waiting, but that after to-day no strlk
er would ever have the chance of work
ing again for tho Pennsylvania In any
capacity. This started the bolt of the
fifty back to work to-day.
W. H. Woolman, President of the Na
tional Transport Workers' Federation,
which Is the organization of the long
shoremen, eald Jo-day that 23.000 long
shoremen In this nnd other cities alnnz
the Atlsntlo coast wcro now .out, Its
nlso exhibited telegrams from Galves
ton, stating the steamthlps Sabine of tho
Mallory line nnd El Sol of the Morgan
line would be unablo to sail for New
York nn schedule ibccau'o of tho strike
of their crews.
llocause of the Inexpsrlence of tho
strike-breaking freight handlers all
along the produce wharves on'. Weal
BILL GOES. THROUGH.
Senate Votes to Build preatest War
ship Possible "Under Modern
WASHINGTON. July 1C The Pen
nto to-day passed without discussion
the "terror battleship" resolution by
Senator Tlllmann. proposing thnt thf
United States build the grenteHt war
nhlp possible under modern naval con
ditions, to put an end tu tlm "met; for
Mr. Tillman's resolution directs the
Committee nn Naval Affairs to deter
mine how far shipbuilders and armor
ers can go to build "tho very best
battleship or cruiser the world has
poses to name the new ship tho "Ter
ror" and make her tho "peacemaker of
the world .
DRIVER IS RUN OVER,
OTHERS KNOCKED DOWN.
Ru'naway Team Also Sideswipes
Street Car Willi Truck, Jarring
Passengers Prom Seats.
A noisy motorcycle frelghtened the
team of truck horses which John
Bchmltlt, thirty-five years old, of No.
SO Harrison place, Williamsburg, nus
driving ut too corner of Knickerbocker
avenue and Hleeckcr street, Hrookly.1,
The animals sprang forward and
Kchmldt lurched from his seat, falling
at tho heels of tha horses. The wheels
of hl herfvy trurk pas.ed over hl.n and
the horses continued to run. Schmidt
wnn sent to the llushwlck Hospital,
Tho horses ran through Knicker
bocker nveniie to Myrtle avenue, whete
they collide,! with a trolly cr. The
truck ' slde-swIpeJ the car. Jarring a
number nf p.ircHgors from their seats,
but not Injuring anybody.
Tho horses Inrreascd their speed
after the collision, pushing ahead of
the car In their mad run. A couple
of blocks further on Frank Johnson of
No, 26t North Fifth street, nnd Oearge
I'olllns of No. 22 North sixth street,
attempted to stop the runaways by
seizing their bridles, Hoth men were
hurled to the pavement and Injured, A
short distance further on Pollcemnn
Turner of tha Hamburg avenue station
made a similar attempt and he too was
knocked down, but not .hurt ns badly
as tno omcr two.
After n short run more the horses
dashed Into. an elevated railroad pillar,
which knocked the animal down. They
were too liadly injured to rise.
the tangle of Incoming freight. ! stre' a crloua situation faces the
prouuee ana commiBsion nicrcnanis, ana
In the the end. the consumors of Now
York. Shipments of perlvhablo .fruit,
ojpeclnlly peaches, and of butter, csgs
nd like products, needing Ire In stor-
had hardly begun their work of
uadlng," when a body of zleclil
nen charged down on the
house and the strikers Host
K Evtns Street, Buffalo, N. Y.,
June 6, 131!.
"I was troubled with dandruff,
which cauied such serere Itching
that I could not sleep. It sifted
onto my clothes In a Tery annoy
ing way, and my btlr began to
"HaTlng tried many remedies
without success, I finally bought a
fltty-oent Jar of IUilnol Ointment,
and rubbed It on my scalp twice a
week, washing the balr every
morning with Ilcslnot Soap. In
about a week I was entirety cured."
(Signed) FltED POL1TO.
Resinol stops dandruff , itching
scalp and loss of hair
Shampoo regularly with neslnol Soap. Its boo tiling, lipnllng
balsams Insure a healthy scalp, free from (lnmlrufT and Itculng.
This prevents loss of balr nud permits Its natural growth nnd
beauty. Hesldes, Resinol Sonp Is one of tho very few soaps that
contains no alUall always so drying and destructive to tho hnlr.
In severe cases of dandruff, stalp-crusts and f tltlnz hair, a little IUilnol Oint
ment should be centlr mustged Into the 'scalp at night, followed by a shampoo
with Resinol Soap In the morning.
mitls poa Tcnr ,rael1' sells Relnot floap (25c1) and lUslnol Ointment
wSMipiQ If OB a (OOc) and recommend! them, not only for tbs rare ot the
balr, bst for all sorts of tkln trouble, plmplet, blsckheniK torn, bolls, barns, or
poison oak, poison try, sunburn, and Itching piles. For free mrople of each writ to
Dept. (0, Resinol Chem. Co., Baltimore, Md.
Our Entire Stock of
$20 to $30 Imported
and Domestic Woolens
Made to Measure
This is a big twice-a-year event at this store, and this year it promises to eclipse all previous records.
This clearance sale includes all our guaranteed woolens, f ormerly sold from $20 to $30, and among
them are the finest products of American and Foreign Mills.
t This season our business has increased so rapidly it has been necessary to increase our stock, therefore
SXf " ?normT vaFlety fr selection- Thc stock is complete and the materials have been
RltPhiA Qn?"ged in,our blB showrooms to afford quick and easy selection. If you do not yet know
Rltclile quality we ask you to take advantage of this sale and become acquainted.
and iMiSSiMJir '?r the ,melhods thl house arc founded on honesty
T& oHerlnu another.
"u"t umiiiy mis saie ai me cneaiicsi price.
h a 'I t Pi'llll')l fitr 111 .Trim
thoroiiKh from first to Inst stitch ind wh
tlntslifd showj sin.irtnesH nnd Individ mllty, and
abovo nil elves you thnt confident nlr of know
Injr yiu nro well dressed.
INASMUCH AS OUR
rwSc J,?KS, ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE, A WORD OF
CAUTION IS NECESSARY COME EARLY IF YOU WANT FIRST CHOICE
If You Travel by Tunnel to Jersey. Stop In To-Nlght or In the Morning
I We guarantee, to Rive you the finest nnd inirest H
wool t mt money t in buy nnd to elv.i mi nrf.,, t U
I ln.ani ""lsn- lr t ony tlmn from thu 1
I Vn, "f l' 'rf hnso until It's wo.-n thrca.lbnro you H
H ;ro (llNSdtlstlBd I wltln It In nnv rcaiiect brlni; It I
bad; unl w will 'tmalce Kood,"
HENRY A. RITCHIE & CD
O SiURC22 STKEET. CORNER DEY
FRIEND OF FOUR POPES
IS HERE AT NINETY-TWO.
With Wife and Daughter of Nine-
teen, Aged Globe Trotter Arrives,
Aboard the Noordsm of the Holland-
American lino which docked to-day, wm
lliphiel OlnnelU, the friend ot four
l'opes, With him was his wife and
their nlneteen-yesr-old dsliffhter Adele.
Although Mr. tlUnella Is ninety-two
yenrs old, he looks not a whit over
seventy, Kor the last twenty-flvo years
he hits been eomethlnR of ft nlobe trot
ter, although for four years ho has
been a resident of Home.
.Mr. Olanrlla's father was an Italian
nnd his mother Krcnch. lie was born
In Germany nnd came to this country
upon retiring from the Importing bus
iness n quarter of a century ago. He
marrlrd a Milwaukee w 0:11 an and he
says they have been honeymooning
about the world ever since. Mr. (llanella
has known personslly Topes Gregory,
l'lus IX., I.eo XIII and I'ltls X. He Is
proud of this fact but prouder still of
having a nlrvteen-year-old dauchter.
FOR THE NECK
A Fre Prescription That Instantly
Removes Blemishes, Tan, Fracltles
and the Wrlnkli and Marks
Left By High Collars.
The Dutrh nwk and tha atanlnt fawa ton
nttfn fiTu tba illtmioutiofta tad blmUhr 01
high rollirt or th tttfli at I an and frerklr. II
ii Mjr to tnmomt ttxa tondltlaa and in
It Kk trautltul and white an4 aott aart arnunh
to rfnvir. In olt wonli, trm Mamlih awl to
maka tha Untih eullar ai altiartltt u It U torn.
fnrtahlt, TlUa pwtfrlpuon ran iUo t uant on
Hi. ahoulilMa, and It la martalloiialr alftauia to
branltfr lha lumU and arrna.
If piu anl l Uj It to 10 J" dnifilat, irt
an mrty wo-ouwa Mttla. alan a ona-ounfa nu
lla nt Knlui (Vmpnimd, Vout lha antlra bjttla
of Kuliu Into th tuo ounM tiotrta J'. na;lfr
of an onnre f wl'.ch Mifl, th fill with tff
ITanata this at imu nn hivna and thrn jmi
knoW what you hata Ona ai4ltlen lll satenlatt
joii. It la dnllfloiialr root and mothlt aM la
nol aftfftfl br prrai'irallnn. It will not tub eff.
if joii rt It on ona haml oulj. nt on oa all
nf thi nk, and nn-a lha rtlfffrtne ten will
lha won.llnl thania II "ak IcltanllJ. TU
reaiJta ata Mrmananl, and conllnneil lua of Ihla
p7aa"rl.tlon will rrault In 4 akin ai aofi ,U
imooih a chiM'a. a akin from whlth tenf
and rnushneaa and tWkln l.M. Men antlfflr ri.
Lord & Taylor
Exceptional Values in
Fancy Black Satin Coats
Imported Tussah Silk Coats
Street and Touring Coats
of Series nnd Mixtures
Formerly $19.50 to $25.00 J
Automobile and Dust Coats
of linen, somci strictly tailored; others
with black satin collar and cuffs.
Formerly $5.00 to $8.00
Black Taffeta Coats
unlined, suitnblc for nfternoon or
Splendid Values in
White Batiste Dresses
trimmed with Irish Crochet
Value $50.00 J
JVhite Embroidered Voile Dresses
trimmed with Mncrame lncc
Value $40.00 J
in various styles nnd colors
$7.50, $9-75, $15-50 & $21.50
Store closes 5.S0 P. M.; 12 Noon on Saturdays
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
A Big Sale
of Suits at
Worth $15 and $18
For Men and Young Men
Blue and gray serges and numbers of fancy
mixture blues and grays. Good, strong, sub
stantial suits tailored and styled so much
better than suits at this price usually are that
they will amaie you. New, smart patterns
and designs. We bought the fabrics at a
very low price and had them made to our
order and rest assured they're well made.
Every suit means a saving to you of $5 to $8.
On Sale at 4 Stores Only Not at 49th Street
BROADWAY, nt 40tli St. 70 BROADWAY, near Climlers St.
47 CORTI.ANDT ST.. near (ir.ruwieh. liSTII STRKKT, at 11.1 Ave.
U.S'lO.S SQL'ARi:, llth Street, West of Hronilway.
Lexington to 3d Aye.
59th to 60th St.
Clearance Sale oi Shoes (or
Men. Women and Children!!
Shelves must be cleared of nil odd lots of shoes, nnd to
accomplish this result quickly we off;r the following Very re
markable bargains. Arranged according to price, on separate
tables, so that selection is ensy:
Men's and Women's Low Shoes
formerly up to $3.98; In (? QQ
thliCleernnce Sale.nt . u)1.lJiJ
Men's nnd Women's Low Shoes
formerly up to $2.98: In (PI 4Q
this Clrarunee Sole, at , iDA.Tkf
Roys' School Shoe
formerly ud to S1.98
ll..' ami r'.lillitren'a Shoes and
Oxfords fonnctly up to $1.98;
In this Clearance Sale at the QQ
Women's White Button Shoes-
very ieclni t
Women's White Pumps and Strap Va,'i'.so. 98c
No Mall ot C. O. D. Order lVled. None exchanged. Sirond Hoot..
tV ' Lv.fr fjt In
1 4 ' " natural
f i jjr zti 's 5" 1. unu
SUe 4x8; reg. 70c; at 45c
Site ftxB; rec. 98c; nt 69c
Site 8x8; res;. $1.35; at Mc
Site 10x8; reg. $1.65; at SI. 15
Elze 12x8; reR. $2.00; at.. . . $1.35
tf pholalary Rtore. .lit Kloor.
Guaranteed to keep contents hot
or cold for 48 hours. Take
Thermos bottle with you on your
vacation. Reg. $1.00.
For Your Swim:
Tho Siren, an all-rubber bathing
cap; regular price, $1.25; at 89c
Hathlug Suit Case, rubber
lined, special. 39c to 79c
Avuyd Water Winds, pair, 2Jc
With every bathing cap at 50c
imd over we p.ive a CAKE OF DR.
SNOW SWEET CREAM SOAP
VKKE. Main Floor.
Stockings at 28c
This hosiery Is of Rood quality
pure thread r.ilk, with spliced heels
and toes nnd garter tops; black,
white, tnns ond a variety of colors,
in all sWta p.iir, 38c.
White mesh shirU, short sleeves,
and knee drawers; also fine check
white nainsook shtrti, "athletic"
cut, and knee drawers; all sixes;
strictly first quality.
"Fruit ol Loom"
Limit 10 yards to n customer,
llloimlnilalf '. Main Floor.
$1 Long Silk
Gloves at 59c
1(1 button lenxth. fully extending to
the -elbow n(f with all the felluraa
of a raiular (1.00 make. Including
double finger Hp. All aliaa In black
and while. Main Kl.. 09th St. Eee.
L--BLOOIWING DALES', Lex. to 3d Ave, 5Mh to Mth St.:
America's Greatest Furniture Home
P&3mp:y se st-
WE CLOSE SATURDAY AT 6 P. M. DURING JULY AND AUGUST
WITH ALL PUR
NO PURCHAOe IS NECESSARY TO GET THE FREE STAMPS
Double the usual number of Tradlnc Stamps with avary pur
chase (both cradlt and ensh) , and as a special offer to our customers
we will sivo doublo SX'K Trading Stamps during July on all pay
mtnti mad at our office In person or sent by mall. You can fat
double stamps In this way not only on the paymsnta which are
due, but on any futuro payments which you are able to pay during
this month. We especially desire to call our customers attention
to the fact that If your account Is still open, or If you have closed It.
during tnis sale you can auu wnaievor you nnuu"
SO 3 y ifS
95 Golden Oak
ACCOUNTS OPENED FROM $5 TO $1,000
ON SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS.
SMALL ACCOUNTS ESPECIALLY INVITED.
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
II make little difference what you eed- World "Want" irlll go get H,