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THE E V Jii a 1 jtf Q WORLD, . TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1912.
CITY OF SCRANTON iS
President Alleges Break Was
Caused by Union Men
Out on Strike.
was rut out of commission at mMnlKht.
W. W, Hcrantnn, president of the water
company, alleges that the mnln wan
b'nwn up by union workmen, now on
Tin- city nnl surroiindlnK towns are
without water nnil It will he several
hniirx before the exlenl of the break la
Seventy million Rations of water are
pourlnt Into the roaring brook from the
NEW BATTLESHIP WYOMING
OFF FOjHERTRIAL TRIP
Builders Deny Dig Sea Fighter Ran
Aground in the Delaware
River as Reported.
PHMjXDKM'HIA, July 16.-Th new
BCRANTON. IM.. July IS.-Tn. thirty. ' ,!'V. i1' V " nXui Vh.i t,i
stx-tnch main from No. 7 dam of tho Maine coast, wan anchored thli morning
Scranton Gas and Water Company aup-1 at Diep Wnler Point, M mile south of
plylnir the city of Scranton with water this city, tt was reported last night
that the bin warship was a'rround, tut
this was denied by the Crnnip company,
which built tho vessel.
The battleship steamed down the
Delaware Hlver nt 10,30 A. M.
Purely tnrlaMa. fnlH anil rtllaM. Itrfulate
tk Utf and Dlmllx Orjana. Tb. lafrat alitl
but mJlcb In thr wfl.1 for ht
of all disorders of tho Blomach, Mm, DowHa.
KlSntit, Ilia. . iff, Nmi.u.- luniai t of
Appetite, HfalKha, (Vxtlpatin, InrilfrsUas.
Fern, Inflinunallon of th llixrrli, t'll't an1 all
oVranaeimnte of IM IMrnal vlKMa. l'B;t.
FECf l(IE9TIIN will be arioml,a'i.I Ij
Slfk Ilredjchr. Kmil Slomach. IIMouanMe will
tie aoldl ai the fvt that l eaten contribute
lt nmirtehlna; propert! for the ajpport ot tlx
natiifaj fraat.a nt the IIt.
25 ent toi. At rtnijrf'ta or br mail.
IIAKWAY A ., Near ntk.
THE NEW STORE FOR MEN
It is the business of this new store to keep a keen eye upon the
fast-flowing stream of Men's Clothing, and capture for its customers
the choice of the many good things that come along. We have a
good position big distributing power, and the confidence of men
and we are pretty good fishermen.
One of the Biggest Catches
we have made will be served up to our friends tomorrow
125 Silk-lined Blue Serge of $25 Grade
100 Fancy Blue Serges of $20 Grade
It is one of the rarest things in honest merchandising to find so
staple an article as a blue serge suit at less than its regular price at
this season of the year. Every man wants one. That is why the
number of suits in this offering is so small only 225. All sizes are
The serge is of a very high standard. The blue will not fade
years hence you will find their color still chemically true. The cut
is conservative, the workmanship fine.
Tomorrow Wednesday $12.50, instead of $20, $25'.
Two Other Good Reasons for Coming Tomorrow
Panama Hats $5 Grade and Better, $3.75
Splits, Sennits, Mackinaws, now $1.50
Broadway, corner of Eichth Street.
Will the Woman with Small Feet
Kindly Read This
3,500 Pairs Women's Shoes-$l
They were made to sell at $2.50 to $4.00. They are perfect
shoes tans, blacks, patent leathers, in almost every current style
low and high. But they are all small sizes; 1 to 5 only. '
For one week they have been in our Once-a-Summer-Sale at
$1.65, $1.90 and $2.20, and they have not sold as fast as the same
shoes in larger sizes.
So to make them move, and to do our friends who are proud
of their feet a small favor Every pair of the 3,500 now $1 pair.
The shoes are displayed for easy choosing on four big tables near the Subway
Stairs, Fourth Avenue Side on one table sizes 1 to 2j; on another, sizes 3 and
Zyo on another, size 4; on a fourth, size subway floor, ow BuiidinB.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth avenue, Eighth to Tenth street.
Priced at A52C
Silk mid nainsook covered,
regular .mid shirt wai.sl
shapes. Sizes 2, 3 mid .
10c Dreis Shields, pair. 7c
Gnrmcnt Dress SlilcMi, 23c
C7 .Main Moor. .Mull Ordrr. nilfit.
DINE IN OUR COOL AND POPULAR PRICE RESTAURANT. EIGHTH FLOOR
Our Summer Delivery Service to the Seaside and
Other Resorts Is Now in Operation
In New York's
Sample lot, aliglitly
brindled; aomo mnde of
mcjli, elastic tinder
orrai others mode of
figured batiste nnd plain
batlltf, ahl'M under
arm; siics In lot, 32 to
tX duenna Floor.
.Mall Urilrra Filled.
To Clear Quickly, 500 New Summer Silk j
Dresses, Reproductions of $12.751'
and $15 Gowns, at -
Those recent Silk Dress Sales of the Simpson Crawford Co. arc history that
records the greatest two months of silk dress selling any store has known.
Of nil the beautiful models gowi s that were icprodtictions of $12.75 and
$1.'.0() di esses a few remain. These we group for tomorrow's selling nnd offty
you your choice nt the rcifiorkably low price of $5.95, a figure that would not
buy the materials ot retail prices. Please remember that this is a clearance sale;
that while there is evciy size and color in the lot, there are not all sizes in every
style. Not one of these dresses is more than two months old, and some of them
have come to us within the last ten days.
Fabrics and Styles the Very Newest
Every on made by a Mgh'dat drett
making concern, and each one ii lined
and finished in the most careful
manner. The materials are the reign
ing (avorilet. Plain and changeable
taffetas, tatin, elegant bordered fou
lard, dotted and striped, also figured
pattern the correct hade. All the
latest reproduction of Paris models.
On Sale on Third Floor and Basement. No Mail Orders Filled.
Final Clearance of All Our Parasols
Irrespective of Former Prices!
We bnve tnken careful census of our fine parasol stocks, and have grouped the remainder Into
five lots, from which we offer dozens, as follows: cr Main lloor. Mall Orders rilled.
Values up to Si.flO,
Value $3.00. There
At 1.85 m '2.45 m '3.95
Values up to 84.00. Values up to 85.00. Values up to 88.00.
Ti. nm nl.nut 23 of the latest Palm narasols in assorted colors, at $2.95.
is every kind of the newest parasol among these lots, and the new prices are less than the usual cost
We shall not po into lenethv description, but we will assure you that you
may find these parasols in all the new shades and shapes and colors and silks.
Come and spend half an hour rummaging through these bargain counters nnd at the bargain
squares, and you will find a parasol to suit any gown and pay just a mere fraction of its usual cost.
In the group of parasols at SS.95 arc eleven Imported parasols which were sent to us
from our Paris office, and hich were formerly marked from 810 to 839.
A Beautiful Collection of
Norfolk and Out-Door Blouses
To Sell Wednesday
Three of the
at $1.00 Each
No wnist has been more in demand
since the hot weather started than these Nor
folk blouses. Wc consider ourselves very
fortunate to have such a beautiful collection
to present at the extremely low price of $1.00.
We have seen them sold elsewhere for twice
that amount. or Uttooa Floor. Moll Order. JUlwI.
These are made of lincne and canvas
cloth, and have patent leather belt, so
much in demand just now. Some with
colored collar and some all white.
As fine a collection of waists as you will
find in many stores at double this 9 ff
price of JL.UU
1,000 Pairs New White
$3 Shoes for a;
women . . .
tZT Hrrcml Floor.
Mall Orilrra Filled.
Never Were Prices So
Little for Such Fine Linens!
Round Scalloped Cloths $1.50-1.75 Table Damask Embroidered Pillow Cases
Regular 85.00 and 80.00, all linen, 2 Fine quality strictly pure Irish Regular Si.OO and 8i.50 all linen
yatds in diameter, table datunsk, Irish embroidery,
satin damask, , C O C heavy and fine. M sfhT hemstitched or . CLtf
extra heavy $J,OJ Full 2 yards - J..IJU caloped edge, J OU
quality r mUlc, yard.... a pair
Irish Satin Damask Table Cloths
Size 2x2 yards. ,K Q ELf I Siz(; 2x2H J'1'3- A Q C0 1 Sizc 2x3 yan1''' A. Gfl
Reg. $3.75, at. PtfJ Reg. $4.75, at. $ DmM J Reg. $5.95. at. t9JJ
CT.M.ln Floor Mali Ordrr. Filled.
75C-M.OO Huck Towels 60c Huck Toweling $5.00 and $6.00 Napkins
Fine hemstitched huck towels. Very fine quality, figured in two de- Kxtra heavy and fine Irish satin da
large size, w i il e Ia Q signs, 20 inches wide. sTJ mask napkins, . O Ia g
woven damask bor- -ffrC. for hemstitching or cr. 84x21 and 23i S Jj TxtaD
ders, salo price, each scalloping, yard 23 inches, dor. r ' T
Another Great Sale of
Smart Untrimmed Hats
So great and enthusiastic was the response to our last
sale that, to-morrow, we offer n new shipment of Untrimmed Hats in
the very newest anil most wanted shapes, pr M.iln Hour. Mult Onlrrn 1'lllnl.
The prices are unusually low you'll rsally
wonder how we can sett them for so litlla.
ll'lll I11IIM Mt W I U I I'l : IllllaW II
This Hat of Finest
This Hat of Beau
tiful Three - end
Chip. Reg. $2.50,
This Natural Java
Body Hat. Reg.
Your choice of our children's ready-to-wear Hats, including eight qq
of the best shapes nnd color J
Dainty 1.50 to '2.00
Porch and Morning
Mail and Phone Orders
Filled.' Chelsea 2100.
Th. moat appotlilnK
ot all rellahea,
l.urKfi Uurru 0 hot
Ilea. .IBim 1 ft-
lliltihi nnd ftltfrrii
10. o. tint... aSiUl,
fjirce Unrrn (In
bulk!; very crlti
. . 40c
IN OUR DAIRY
t Stat. t'Ufe.
MIM; 2-lb. OS.
Sla rhrrao Im-
Nrw I.nlcl Kkk
Dozen In eortnn;
e'r0,1,, frl'r:.. 25c
rninut llntti-r .Mian.
lulely iuil rio
. 1 .Ii. hit- I ir aluC
Peltcloua nrw June
craaa tluvor: f. Hi.
arairil atunn cT'icl:,
i.koi a ib. q7
Mountain Illrnd Coffre
Itorul Hluart Illrnd CoN
tw Th. nr.rorenro of
the utirtlculur 3-lh.
Inilln Orion Tra and All
Our Itrsul.ir 10c. Va-
rlrllro fo-nwr- Cn.
row. per lb. . . . Out
't 7. .?.c.k: 10c
Matiiruol rack- g
Toaktril Corn OCrt
l'lukrt 3 pkRa
I urK- lllnn rriinra s
Verr fancy! lh, IOC
Ctiiiioriitcil reaelira nuit
llurllrtl I'rnra Vour
Sfpatr rriini Good alir,
very tpreUI, at, OC
U Iba 9C
Mftr lUrly .Inn. l'e.i
Doion, Ml.Tlli 1 K
C7 HUtli lloor.
Flonr Koyot Stuart
Oolit MetlHli your
New l'oto. on
tors Ilu. P1.UU
SneetOranc.a ai nn
,. a doien. ipl.UiJ
Unit. Onlona, Vrllorr
Uulona 5-qt. no.
It o y a I Hluart and
Quaker Out. Your
A f t e r n o on Traa,
Or.ihams: U resj.
Lullfiirnlu Clitrrt. Zln
fumlrl and lluriunily
Healthful aummor ilrlnk.
(jHllon tine., tl net
8IK-. nrt. . . . ipI.VIO
Imprrlal flub II. Will a-
Key out ana smootn.
unnnn rraucea to
a. (II) i full at
Reg. $5, at
Money cannot buy
more comfort and
pleasure than you can pet by having
one of these Couch Hammocks for the
hot Hummer days. cy Third Moor.
The ends and wind shield
are made of khaki, fitted with
angle iron frame, steel spring
and toft padded mattremes.
with chains and hook.
Usually $4.00, at
Heavy earthenware dish, brown
outside, white inside- beautiful quad
ruple silver plated holder, pierced de
si,'ll. C7 Muln Floor. Stall Orders Filled.
Our previous sales at
higher prices mnde possible
to-morrow's scllinp. It gives
you an opportunity to get
two fine dresses for the
price of one.
These dresses are de
signed to show heat nnd at
tractive lines nnd daintiness
of stvle. Their smartness
nnd excellent fit make thcm"N
nnrtieiilnrlv desirable for ?'.-!
general summer wear. '
C7 Second lloor.
Fine lawns, dimitie and
percale mere only used in
the making of the
dresses, and a number of
with high waist liny and
Uoraer eiieci or piping.
We call attention to the
better goods in this July
Clearance Sale. Priced nt
$1.95 and $2.95.
IB 1. 00
In This July Clearance Sale, $2 a
Princess Slips, s1.50
TGItOM a maker who had several dozen
of a certain style on hand which
he disposed of to us nt a price concession.
. i . f Second Moor.
Of fine white batiste with deep eyelet
embroidery flounce, neck with inserting nnd
edge to match and arniholcs trimmed.
Princess Slips at $1.00
In this lot will be found slips worth up to $1.75.
Fine lawns and batiste, in white and colors, trimmed
with lace insertlngs and ribbon; others embroidery
Choice picking still to be had from
that purchase of Night Gowns and
Combinations worth up to $2.50, at
$1.00, and Corset Covers and Drawers
worth up to $1.25, at 59c.
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO., SIXTH AVE.. 19TH TO 20TH ST.. IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTERi
Sunday World Wants Work Monday Morning Wonders.