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THE KVKNINO W01LO, THUBSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913.
1 YES. HE WON A BET,
SAIL ABROAD ON
Inspector vrakafleld's staff ll t
M mm Irmnr
DETECTIVE TESTIFIES. I "ii nOUh. ...id the hmmmm m
J (lerhardt, "I will not Strata n hnnrt
'policeman conscience l asklna If you
won the -.econd time. Hi MTU I held ::i
W ball lor tial.'
LINER IN A GROUP
Champ Clark's Daughter
Among Noted l ist in Ll
J Frank's dottipany.
Uaf- M.trjstratf Corrigiti
Slot) of K2 1 Clean-Up in
Trapping Hand-Book Man.
Mse.Mrate 'orrlan nearlv fell ,iff Ml
chair In Montnanla OMI i lo-isy,
shocked by the naive r.wfeaalnii of a
aeSSSUVa WhQ wax ttgfjfjrlntf.
"I ' 'il into a room ha.-k of a islonn
! with i man.'' Mid BSISStlM He
l fast I kerit r.lntln to the rtWMfc Bdwarel
PLAN FOR CITY TO SPEND
$1,800,000 FOR NEW LAND.
i- ,,'t" mi horse
r-tMik. ,,anrt hf
tale and Trade-
"1'iwn. Va . un
Mro n. BMMtf of la
i v.i in- niHK'na " na
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insrhi nmiitiii at
April li, won fU,"
Wii.i j-a-nt: ' eXclaisBee. the M,i.-
I lOR n," repeated the policeman.
'All right. " slehed IM Maaletrate.
Init 1 dunt know what Ihe Police le-
M :'tlln"tt iimiinl In. 1 nrv.r lirurH
'of Ha4ryfl-rFioiiiM.il nd h:a wife, a detectles ,-idm etlmssg money in
Heiauui H Harden. Ik.m the Moras i getting evidence In my life."
aWiaJi Dnar i. Fraae s'i,i i
ay benrtna? a n itaMa ship's compear.
J, J. Minn , iirm area hfraaantad
Arm fn'-Parla, wio came lere for tna
funeral; Charles II Fabian, associated
wtt Morgan Interests . ahroad, and
Daniel r. Idloe and wife, the former
the now piNHi'lly asent of the Morann
firm J. P. Hnfm aj sit the pier to
,M hl fcianda off.
Mr. and .Mr. Kubril U Ravon Jr.,
uerharsi m sa la say that ka ana
rrtJimd the MSI day and bet s of
till winning on other horea In the
passages 8a le:ertlv
liOMi. a I Mi
Hiiiongii I'realdent McAiienv Bdvleed
the Hoard "f sMIgsgtS at the regular
meet 1 114 to-day In rounder an expert
dlture Of approstmately 11,898,941 fo
additional properly adjoining Ohe ne
coarih alie in "rlvl centre."
Mr. M Anrln aalil. with aa on-
tniriinn "f the baMtlful cavftaou aa
;ik iaallCAa.li arOfwrly in tne Immi-'linli
lie ahhul IkmhI will aaai tn ii i prlree
'I'm ad4tUanal praaari) un now he
pttrehaaad :it a reaaonablt flame and
may he need for oHMr muni Ipnl put
poxea. or .iierhap". for Keileial bullaV
NX purpoaaa, u iha pfaaaal inirmi
liuril-orrli la torn ilon n an Ideal alle.
hr added, nilirht lie found for one In
the civic cantfa aaalloiii
The Corporation Caaaiaal will tie ill
raotcl by t ie board to de'hle ahfWaai
the city haa the MftJl to Incur the tx
penae f a'unlrlna additional prop-
t 1 arty.
of Mr. and Mr.
Milt ray of No. 3
weat Ptrty Mi t atreet w Im wh mar
ried aat Tuesday, were followed by
IreJerejited fzlam-ea. Mr, Macon, former
AmhMatadoi to Vr'aiMe, waa at the
Oaa)Vleve Clark, dauahlcr
' latk, Hpeaki r of the Home,
i feeaed a xiM-i-i't deall f lo he a
'reporti r f..
M deellc to lie a "hip II
New Yin k daily, WU in
Mr ll. II........ u-ltl.
jwhoin ahe will k" lo Home, where Mim.
Harc-'N .lniiuhl.ir Ili.ntthw i. ill lala
Jakam on a tour of the Continent, Col. '
Ueoiae Harvey pronilalna to loin thcinl
',1a Jul. Mia cinrk'a hientiiy baoama I
known an soon Bl aba U"t abo.ird audi
ahe wan a ccnlre of lateratt She mid!
Wmw Kle an ihlna to be a newapaprr
) "You mail have IU0b e,;tina tlmei,-
iie ataiad to the raportarsi
In a group on the proincned- d 'c.
'were V. II Trllaadata. preaidenl of the
Ijukawanna, and his wlfr, off to Sw.ta
rtan 1 for a couple of month. Mr.
fTru.adalc amQad luelully when the
Full Crew law waa mentioned. "We've
ao to .grin and bear It and take our
medicine." aaid he.
Capt. Me.ar, I. a. V, Dead.
-.. nl to Ttw Cenlnf World. i
ATLA.NT1' cmr, April 17 After
belna he: pleas from a nervoua dlaoider
for Mie laat twenty yeare, Cat. Iaaac
Ruby MoNary, V. H. Kimlneer Corps,
retired, died at hla home In the Santa
Rita apartments to-day. He was a
reteran of the civil war. He waa'born
In Brooklyn. A brother, who la a mem
ber of the Nam York Stock Ex-hana.
a widow and one dauirliter aurvlve hi n.
A New Tongue Pump
Kegutar Cubaa or I be
natty l.uuit Cuban
A just-for -women boot shop,
with every kind and style of
shoe a woman ever wears, from
dainty little dancing pumps to
the broad -heel cushion sole
who know how a
woman's shoes should (it and
how to help pick out the very
model that will please you most.
$3.50 to $5.00
A few at $6.00
QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
32 West 34th Street
MUuty khatan ( WtUtf and ( KUAlpin
One finds in it the comfort, the constant tnmness, the
dainty good figure she needs. The other finds in it the ease,
the grace, the elegance she needs.
For there is an R & G corset for every woman.
R & G corsets are not made to fit one particular model.
We make more corsets than all the women of one kind of
figure in the country could 'wear. For more than 3,000,000
women in the land buy an R & G corset each year
There is an R & G corset for you one the! fita you, suite
you exactly. When you go to W store inaiat on that one.
See all atyles of R 4 G corsets till you come to the one
planned by our designers to fit your particular figure.
d jSBBMV9Natt&aflLttafetfalaafe&'dcaaB 1 I
's White KM
silk llaei. at
Ret ular 75c style, 2 1 4 inches wide,
sites 24 to 36. A style desirable for
summer costumes, of soft crush (love
bid leather, made to conform with lat
est fashions: snug nttinf or las, dip
front effect , buckle to match.
At the same low price, 2 i inch
oote PATENT LEATHER BELTS,
in all the popular colors.
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington to 3d Avenue
59th to 60th Street
Mea t mi Boys'
t Elf la Watches
special at ... .
In gold-filled cases, warranted
for 20 years; rutted with cele
brated 7 -jewelled Elgin or
Also 15 jewelled Waltham MM
Watch, otherwise as above. Hell
M,la n Mir.
In addition to a double
frill, front is hemstitched
and finished with crochet
buttons. Plat sailor col
lar, hemstitched yoke and
4 sleeves, finished with
frills, complete details of a
surprisingly pretty model
at a wonderfully 0
small price "oC
New Norfolk and Middy
Blouses, in the latest
styles, laced on fi
one side and front " oC
Our waist shop is showing many other new sprint
and summer blouses at prices that range in easy stages
up to I7.
' in.iKWirniiKi r.'
$5 and $6 Sweaters
at $2.88 and $188
made of the
wool, in the
Some of them
ha ve high col -lars.
R u ft
loose - fitting
Mala Finer. Third An. Section
Crepe de Chine Neckwear for Women
Crepe de Chine is so scarce that we are obliged to supply the manufacturers
with the material to make this most wanted net-kwear. Nevertheless,
prices are as low as ever; instances:
White Crepe de Chine Prime Im
perial Turn-down Collars,
with double side-plaited ruff Irs, 0 .
White Crepe de Chine Shout- . n
der Coltara each 49C
White and Colored Crepe da Chine
Scurfs, 1 yards long, IS in. OD
wide; each SBC
Same, in new ombre colors, each $1.9.
Crepe de Chine Rows, with pen 4
dant drops, in all colors; each 4Sc
VHn rr. MMi Si At. ttan
New White Goods
Kngllsh Long Cloth- .16 inches
wide; the soft finish $1 bind, n
10 yards for. 7SC
W hlte Crossbar Dlmltiee 30 inches
wide; neat designs; 10c kind, cl
special at OlC
Kitra Fine White Persian Lawn;
40 inches wide, (he 25c kind. , ,,1
Special, yard ... l2r
Many desirable remnants and short
lengths of veilings; such as chiffons
with black chenille dots: also in
navy blues, tobacco browns and
magpir or blark and white; tA
per remnant , lUC
Ruaalan Chenille Veilings all the
new colors, good styles.
Special, yard 19c
Hiln Flaw, ('Mitr
Women's $4.00 Novelty
1.00 Novelty A
Combi n at ion
patent colt with
white buck or tan
ca'f with white
kid top; button
Champagne nuburk pumps and button boots of taa,
patent or calf with fancy cloth tops.
Women'a sJ.M Oiforda i (JTria I2.SS Lew Shoes:
and Pump., including
famous advertised brands
in patent colt, c
dull and tan calf M.OO
Roys' $1 ,sa School Shoes,
boa calf bluchers, sites
up to 5 ' fi with small lots
of even higher
priced goods, all c , .
New Weaves to Start the Sum
Amoskeag Apron Gingham -variety
of blue checks andl
tweediea; Friday, yard 02C
Irlah Rlouae Linen natural only;
36 inches wide; warranted pure t -flax;
20c kind, yard IOC
Kngllsh Votlea in large variety of
black, blue, pink and lavender
stripes on white grounds; 27 c.t
inches wide; yard 04C
Plain Chum brays heavy grade of
seersucker, cotton chalhes, and
other 8c wash fabrics 7
Women's All Linen
A manufacturer sold us his surplus of
women's wreath initial handkerchiefs
at a concession that makes this small
All linen, standard quality, but
slightly "seconds," assorted letters.
Received large shipment of those
dainty little one corner eyelet
Hand Embroidered llundker
chlefa, Irom Madeira, with scallops
all around : will be priced l or
Friday and Saturday st Jt)C
6 Inch Ribbons, 18c
The Ribbon Strike doesn't affect us.
Our stocks are big and prices interest
ing as ever. An instance. 6 inch col
ored satin, plain taffeta, mrssoline,
plain moire; all good desirable shades
for sash, hair and hat trimming; in
white, pink, light blue, Alice blur, old
rcwe, Nell rose, brown, navy blue, car
dinal and black. Ksrellent value nt I Re
Wnrp Print K I b h o n s plaids.
stripes and checks; 5 ' j to 6 inches
wide; light and dur'x grounds; .
upeciul, yard mtC
Snali and llalr How Ribbons in
white, pink and light, in ,ln
blue; yard 9C and ,)9C
Nickel plate, with
and Ever ready
Min HoAr, Anadl.
Such heavy quality and such liberal
length bath towels are never offered
anywhere for, leas than 29 c.
You will appreciate this fact, and!
will want to buy enough to last the en
tire Summer. They are pure white
Turkish towels, with all the enduring
qualities of the much higher-priced
kinds. Friday, each 19c.
Huck Towels, heavy quality, extra
sire, hemmed red border and 1
white; 12 1 .c kind. Friday. . . 02C
All Linen Kitchen and Roller Tow
aIIImA 17 inrl.. ,,Am . 1 1 I
kind; Friday, 10 yd. piece fpr. OSC
$1.00 Turkish Rath Sheets,
I !2i2 ft., special at 69C
I nion Linen Napkins, sise t1 in
21x21 inch, per doien
Mala Ki ..
A "Ditterenr Merchant Tailoring Sale .
Begins To-day, Thursday, and Continues Until Saturday Evening, April 26th
Thia sale is "different" because our Merchant Tailoring Department has been reorgan
ized and we are now in a position to give you a try-on before the garment is completed, which
assures you of a perfect fit. We guarantee delivery within ten days after your measure is taken.
We Will Make a Spring or $
Summer Suit to Your Measure -
I gscBsm. . j J aam. fM JUaVI ssBBM aW XVi wTr, mt . a.
If you are stout, if you are tall, if you are
in this sale. The price holds good for any size.
The materials are serges, chev
iots, worsteds, tweeds in all the
leading shades and patterns, also
staple black thibets and diagonals
the kind that are shown by the
high class exclusive merchant
The models you may choose
from include two-button and three
button sacks, English soft rolls or
conservative models, if you prefer.
big or if you arc small, roinr an.! participate
Men lita: Tiilming PSitn 1 '' ' ' "'
Bear in mind that we guar
antee satisfaction or your
money back. That is the way
to fully appreciate your patronngr.
Satisfaction assured. Ask the man
who ordered a suit in our lust sale.
Remember, a Spring or Sum
mer suit, made to your order in
any of many new Spring and Sum
mer models for t lie- very attractive
price ol $14.80.
48 Piece Dinner
Sets at $2.98
Ani-iicim porcelain; each piaCC deco
rated with pretty floral design and
extra gold edge; suitable
for country cottage or C9 QB
city home WlnwV
Tea Cup and h en Cup and :0ffe Cup and I Tea :up and
Saucer; import- Saucer; import Saucer- border lOUCeri fancy
ed thin white . ed, decorated fora d0 ' "h"P- Msorted
. H u- tan "OTI" o decorations, r
chma: pair... w chins, pair 1WC r,tion p,ir ..ISC imported C
Kitchen Cereal Set ; H pieces of imported porcel..i... neatly decorated, name
of contents decorated on each; -r; includes 0 cereal jars, fi spice g DP
jars, 1 salt box, 1 vinegar bottlr, I oil bottle al! for )Zi8i)
Seamless Aluminum Percola
tors awl Collee Pols. $1.41
ii I u in i num,
w i t h o u t
s e g in or
rd cold han
pots afc J H it. sizr and have lunged
covers. The percolators are 2-qt, sise
und are e.iuipp?d with iiluminum
ll Miners, tube am) valvt cnmpletr.
uitli niountrd glass covert
only IM pairs, black
tan leathers; nearly all
sixes for small and
large girls; .11 $1.00
OMa' White Canvas Bat
ton Shoes new, clean
button shoes; all - un,
sixes fi to 2; at 2)1.UU
Sr, f-4 TVtmt.
Trimmed Street Hats
You will marvel at the wonderful col
lection of styles that we
will offer at this popular ffr) QC
All smart and stylish looking. Many
other bats in the assortment, equally
ns gcod, at this very
This hat. ti.'S
Every hat is charming, one prettier
t han t he ot hrr. Many are of hemp,
others of chip, and milan, trimmed
with fancy feathers, imported flow
ers, silk ribbons, etc. These hats
must be seen to be fully appreciated.
Every one is a bargain. 54 .
value, apecial Friday, at S&.cjQ
Fine Quality Hair Hals
asasaw - BBF-s.
These un trimmed hats were
sold for less than $1.50. and at the
price we quote are absolute bargains.
Black only. Ten or the best shapes
to choose from; very special, qq
Friday, at OSC
Arrival of New
Tla; Ut millinery flowers ever shown
at such a piicr. The assortments or
colors and combinations are too large
for us to describe accurately. OP
values up to 50c. specLiI . . LiUf
No charge for Trimmivg Hats
of materials purchased here.
- ni.IMIMIM.il VI r.v
These $12.00 Chif
foniers or Dressers
Rsectly like cuts, asada of alaslj
tigure l solid ouk.
Drtnaer hua 104I) liwll hsat,
two small und two large drawers
und 1628 French beveled mirror
Chiffonier has ISxJO-incli ban .
five large, drep drawers. Itsjfl.
French lieveled mirror. All woo.l
$9.10 Solid Oak Extension Tables, at $5.98
The Introduction of the wide
widths of Lace Flouncing for
skirts assures a large demand for
these fashionable laces. We arc
showing many new designs, in 12,
18 and 27 inch pretty shadow
scallop and straight edged Mount--
S r. 29C and 49c
4-lnch Kmbroidered Voile
Flouncings; yard o"C
18-Inch Shadow Luce Allovera, for
25c. 49c. 68c and 98c
100 more boies of Linen. Cluny
and Torchon Lace Edges, from
2 inches to J'j inches wide; in
dispensable for trimming under
wear and children's Summer wash
dresses; may not last all day;
III OOMIM.IIM I V
Glasses & Spectacles
90S Fair Goldolne Eyeglasses and
Spectacle. Fitted with our fa
mous white "Albex" lenses in all
styles, any number; regular . Q
price $1 ; special, aS t"C
3.M Guaranteed Eyeglasses In
cluding any of the best mm . m
makes in new styles: at. . . . Sl til
Exhibitions That Won Prizes at the Flower Show
have been purchased by us and will be off :-d for sale
at Prices That Will Make Them Bargain Prizes
In Our Greenhouses on the Roof
Ain. ilie many prize-winning exhibitions we have- secured the gold medal displays made
by F. R. Pierson & Co., of Cromwell, Conn., and Robert Crnig 6& Co., ol Philadelphia.
Pa. Too many different kinds of plants to describe them all here.
This occasion brings yon tilt opportunity ot buying most beautiful plants
raised by prominent nurseries at prices that range from A Jhji fill
Regularly they would cogt you three and four times as much. 1V
Special Ottering ol 6 Fruit Trees for $1.
Peach, cherry, p.um, pear and apple trees, 6 to 8 ft, l"gn, that art guaranteed to grow into
fruit-bearing trees under proper treatment. Fruit trees like these arc sold by exclusive florists
for 75c to $1.00 each. The great outlet of the Bloomingdale Greenhouses makes an offering
like this possible.
The entire output ol" Bulbs of various kinds from Lewis Childs of Flowerfield, L. I.,
is offered at very low prices.
A Splendid Combination ol Bulbs and Seeds Special tor 50c
Delivered prepaid by Parcel Post to any point in the United States. The collection comprises
3 Dahlia Bulbs. 3 Cannes. 1 pkg. Fertiliser. 6 Tuberoses. 3 Chinese Lily Bulbs. I do, pkgs. ticrds.
Mail and Telephone Orders Will He I'rompllii t illed.
All splendidly constructed of solw or k. v ;tt. 41 im ll ioi.nl OM r.trnding
i . feet and have 8 inch pgd'Stal bast with t irveil cj ten They will be
I- unci in practically every other psed store, ! re they nit reu' rl at $9.
- aosnKUMi Isga
New Canes Sterling
Trimmed at S5c
In al! oth.-r Iterff canes that com
pare with these are selling well at
SI ,M and $2 00 Imasine, then, what
lively selling tins very um. mil price
will p. i vi ki
ln light and dark woods, in all the
most popular ihapes, among which ia
I he highly favored Prince of Wales
because ol the unusual character of
the offering, wr limit two cane to a
Sale in Umbrella Simp, Main Floor,
Third Avenue Entrance.
For the Warmer Nights. Not
ikimprd, hut full sise comfortables,
silkoline, filled with white cotton and
tutted. They are all in light
grounds and are among the standard
dollar values. For this Sale
only, at OSfC
titra Heavy Crochet Hed Spreads,
full sixe, hemmed, neat de- a
signs. $1 .00 kind, each SC
Muslin Bed Sheeta, limn finished,
seamed centre, 3 Incll Hem. aba
72x90 before hemmiu, 13c
'tind, each w"C
Kmbroidered Muslin billow faaaa.
Sise 45x36 inches, 21c kind,
iresiniti.iiaMM tm (tie k f.
-All Can Transfer to BltMmlngdaJes'. Lcilnfton to ad Ave. Nth to Mtn St.,