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THI IVaYNINQ WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT 8, 1913.
lair roail OS? Brass Share.
Mnmhen of Harbor Police Squad B
found the n.xty f a man floating? In the
Rest llivrr nff On Hundred and Forty
flra" MM i..-day The body had baan
In the eatei .ii t ln day There was
no mony II the nlsttllng. which eon-
eletefl of a Mack a oil Titte'uri4erwMr
and aocke. a rtrlped ah!rt. green t'e and
Mack laca ahoea. The man sjjgg about
fhlrty-flva years old. fl feet tan Inches
In height ami anlghed aboui 1 pnnnda
Ma had aandy romnlaxl'n and a light
TEAM CAPTAIN HERE
AFTER THE DAVIS CVP.
This Week at All the 230 James Butler Inc. Stores
IN MILK AT
Special Lo w-Pr iced May Sale of ike Famous
Crisp smi Fresh
Plain ai. StallesJ
Wagon, Car. Bottla and Pas
singers All Mixed Up in Big
SI reel Puddle.
200 QUARTS SPILLED.
Young Woman in "Red Riding
Hood" Cloak hmnd Dying in
Street, Merely Stunned.
wrecked milk imcon. w.'.h the
kicking In the .aft, a partially
lehed autoin.ibllc. a nung woman
In a "Red Hiding Hood" eloek
unconscious in lha etreet and
Btani- N Douit. aptaln of the ,
rial. ii. i' inla tna.ni which wlH com- )
man painfully uylne to atand on j Pt MM MeJSM . " and for tha
tha4r feet tha Iwle ecene eplaalied
ana whitana :.. i witti milk wae tha
aiffet thai gucata of tha Hotal Heree
fofej. Elghty-Drat atiaat and Cantral
Pal Wtat. looked upon when ti.ay tar.
to tbalr window a on being awakened
r a loud rraah in front of tha hotal
Pollcemnn Bennett and Rooney
quickly appear.'.l rii carried 'Rod Kid
ing JIolmV to ilia sidewalk. Sbo waa
atUl unronacloiia. hut not hurt, oo far
aa tha rolloemen . uld aer. The men
impod over and looked at hoi ani
lotuly. Ae moon a tne vount woman had
haaaj got out of tke el reel. Bennett and
Rooney extricated the hoiea, whl.-.n woo
about to complete, with ll Imofa, tho
deojolttton of th. milk wagon, already
bally battered t tha automobile
FIND "RED RIDING HOOD" WAS
4 call, aeni to Polyclinic llogoitil.
brought Dr. Pryor In an umbuUoce H.
rovlvoj "Rod Riding Hood," who bad
only been stunned Then aha and the
four men. all of whom walked painfully,
were taken to the Watt Slsty-eefhth
I root polloe station
Thore the younaj woman eaii abo waa
Miao May Foot, nineteen yeare old, of
No. let Eut una Hundred and Thlrty
slu, alreet. One of tho mem said ho
was James Usher, a oontraosor, of Nto.
I Third avenue. Tho automobile was
his, ha said, and Mies Post aid two of
tho men had bom hi guoots In a lata
iiobor at a downtown restaurant. Thoy
wor on their way home.
Tho man gueots In tho ftf" aald
thoy were Stephen Barrett of No. US
"Imtpoon street, and Eld war Leopold of
So. 7 Kaat une Hundred and Thirty
Tho milk wagon driver was Joseph
Kalkenateln of No. MK Madison ave
nue. Ho waa treated at tho police sta
tion by Dr. Pryor for a gash on the
head- No one also had Injuries other
than bruises. The horse attached to
Falkenatatn'e wagon was out, however.
200 QUARTS OF MILK SPILLIO
OVIR THE PARTY.
At flrt Flatter Maul ibe milk wagon
waa in the middle of the atreoi and
had oo lights behind,
f'l was going about fifteen miles on
nnur." he aald, and didn't aoe the
ag.m .jintll It wh ton lata to stop. 1
an squarely into It."
Later' Flatter amended hie atatement by
a.iylng the milk wagon rut across bis
It waa evident from lha manner in
whloh the nagon waa Shoved forward
on the haunches of the kicking and
atruggllng horse that tba blow against
it had boon directly from the rear.
"1 had two hundred quarts of milk
on lha wagon." said Poikanstoln, and
! was apparent from tha condition of
tha otreet. the wrecked vehloles and the
clothes of all persons who had been
in tba accident that at least that quan
tity of milk had been apllled.
No arrests ware made.
Davia flip, arrived from l.ngland to
day nn the White fttar Hnor Majestic.
Hie team ma Ira are now nn tbetr way
to tha I'ailftc Coast from ituolraila
and will Join thalr contain hare aoooon
Mr i-oift sold that while ho and has
companions held a reasonable eorsfl
ilen -e of victory, t.ney iwooeTnlsed tha
Amorloan team at their moat formM
able opponents. Kngland holds tha cup
now, and It la the preliminaries wtjlch
sro tn tie played off hore.
R. D. Wrenn. President of tha Am
or! ran National La em Tonnta aoooala
Uon mot Mr. Dnuat on tho pior and
the two rail Immediately Into a dla
i. '101011 r the tonnls situation They
loft the pier together
Women arc judged by the
appearance of their shoes
more than they realize.
Other people see your feet
when you don't.
Many will overlook an un
becoming hat or costume,
but rarely excuse ilMitting
or style-lacking shoes.
When you have Queen Quality
Shoes you are sure of correct style.
In addition, every one has the
famous flexible sole which insures
perfect fit and comfort.
$3.50 to $5.00
A ftvo at $6.00
QUEEN QUsALITY BOOT SHOP
82 West 84th Street
Jfiggaw bjtwm Us Waldorf d tW JMJpAi
Juit received; an en
tirely new ami up-to-
date Colonial at St 50.
1 1 1 1 1 1 i i ii ii
i ciXfrfoeCI c Co.
Friday and Saturday
Important Sale of
Men's Silk Shirts
Men's Pure Silk Shirts
CREPE DB CHINE SHIRTS Mods In fioott
custom poannsr, front hlhott grade rich,
boavy qualitlst ; cboicott and moot doalroblo A AC
pattomt.akioaUtolS. Rorilarly 1800
HEAVY TUB SILK SHIRTS Enrlroly now
lot ; m ado to our apodal ordor tram our own
Unfit satin itriwa bright silk ahlrtingt ; fine
pattorna tnd color combinations ; At
lieiUtolS. RoriUrlySe.SO O.VD
PURE SILK SHIRTS Now lot of hoavy
weight tnd aervicegblo ousUiy hlrtlngs
r line tnd til ovor stripes on light (rounds ;
many novelty satin atrlpee; finest custom i jf
finUn;sUesl4iol8. Regularly $5.00 0.4D
hsirllno tnd til ovor stripes on light, groun
m; finest cutl
PURE SILK SHIRTS Good weight tub silks,
unusually neat patterns; tight nod medium
effects; firm, crisp silk that wears wall;
lies 14 to IB. Regularly $4 .50
WHITE SILK SHIRTS Plaatad or plain
fronts with neckband or soft collar at
tached; oxcelleat qualities; unuaually wall
made. Also with toft cuff a; detachable
buttons; suitable lor dreat occasion.
Silk Mixed Shirts
SILK MULL TUCKED SHIRTS White for
dross or tuxedo wear; with detachable but
tons for studs; plain colors aa tha newest
novelty for everyday uae; very sheer and 0 aCC
unusually well made. Regularly $4.00
SILK AND L1SLB SHIRTS Very neweat of
these popular and serviceable shirtings; ex
ceptional patterns and colorings; first time tC
shown. Regularly $3.50 6.09
SILK AND COTTON SH1RTS-AU over
Ruaaian cords, on blue, lavender, gray and
tan grounds; two-tnirds atlk throughout;
all solid or self-coloring. Regulsrly $3.00
.OPEN END KNITTED NECKWEAR
Accordion stitch, in the newest patterns.
' Regulsrly $3.00
ACCORDION KNITTED NECKWEAR
Specially fine grades ; all hand frame makes
Regularly $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
'Ftmous Jf io Thtir Suits."
f iih Ave. 4 70i
WiW D Corner If Street
Most Sensational Values Offered Friday in
At Enormous "MarK Down" in Prices
1,500 Height-of-Fashion Suits
Actual Values up to 29.75
UNTIL IP.1L SATuaOAV
M BSSW- -woBBsav
25c 15c 10c 12c 18c 20c
Very finest quality in cms.
Full AtZt I Full QgC
Pint I Quart OO
New Grass Butter o-l c
Coming to us every day direct from the Western Creameries deliciously tsste- mkXXXLm
sweet and tresh. Shipments received this week, cut to. a lb.
Fanciest Creamery, in QQ(
ndriT-nrnnf rarton;: each MM
- - - - aaaofiasviV S VVVS T VU VllaaJ " V . I, V - A VVO Ef
Belle Brook Print Butter
Wonderful value, and an
offer we cannot repeat,
after this lot is gone;
large can, cut to
Large No. 3 Can Tomatoes gyjJSi.'SS 8C
Every Can Guaranteed First Class
I AtilnncnH Mill 1 a can
Bauer's Brand, in Sanitary Cans. .
Belle Brook, in tail 10c cans
Liberty Milk 325
Rich Condensed, in full size carls'
5 3fc9t Stamps FREE with can f A(
Essie Milk, SS- 1U
Favorite Pride of St. Louis brand Superlative XXXX
Sugar Corn, Sweet and tender,
sensational price cut, can
m f s
California Asparagus, 1 7c
Large 26c can of choice spears, cut to 9
Essie Tomatoes, W 2C
choicest , selected , hand-picked ripe fruit . .
NeW OlliOnS, from Texas, a lb. 4
At All 128 James Butler Inc. Licensed Stores
Port, Sherry. Claret.
Pure California drape Wines, half-gallon
Special Premium Sale, Continued all this week of
The Newest Teas
Your Choice of Ceylon or Mixed
Finest blende of both, excelling la strength. Quality, flavor and fragrance.
100 St1! with 1 Ceylon or fgQC
CA 2W Stamps with H lb Ceyion QAe
5V or Mixed Teas OW
or Mixed Teas
OS &9C SUmps with i lb. Cejlon C
AO or Mixed Teas lO
M. O SUsmpa
Sold in the Bean or Ground to Suit.
Empire Brand, fresh arrivals,
dozen in carton
very egg guaranteed.
East View Eggs
hold in healed Cartons onlv-
Imperial Rye Whiskey, bottle 45c
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, bottle 73c
Princeton Dry Gin. .6uml: 69c
CA ll&C Stamps FREE with bottle r(JC
uv old Monogram Rye Whiskey S O
sta Stamps FREE with case 24 bot- $
DU tJf.sLagerBcer.Licbmann's&Rupptrt's 1
UnCOated RICO. Triumph Brand I nc
Highest srade with all its nourishment; 1-lb. hag, V
Best N. Y. State; from
Milk WITH ALL THE
Good. Clean Rice,
cut to, lb 5C
Fig BarSa Oven fresh dainties, a lb 7C
PremiumMatches 12 5
Save the Premium Coupon on every package.
16c allowance for dozen empty bottles and 10c for splits.
DOUBLE &K Stamps FREE on FRIDAY
At All 29 James Butler Inc. Meat Markets
Prime Rib Roast Beef . . lb. 22c
Porterhouse Steak, chokes
Loin of Jersey Roast Pork,
Less of Canada Mutton
Short Forequarter Mutton,
Lean Strips Fancy Bacon
touts, lb. 23c I
. . . lb. 17c I
lb. 12c I
. lb. 22c I
A more impressive collection of beautifully styled, handsomely tailored Suits has never been
offered at such slartlingly low prices. Included ate English serges, Bedford cords, stripes,
checks, eponge and poplin in Balkan blouses, Russian blouses, dovetail cutaways and stunning
Empire effects. Some beautifully trimmed, others superbly custom tailored.
800 Beautiful and Smart Dresses
Actual Values up to 25.00
Master c! signers' cleverest conceptions mark this vast assemblage of dresses, smartly deline
ating every latest knack and fad of fashion. Dreasss of serge, charmeuse, crepe d0 chine,
asatsnr, embroidered vot.'c, lace and ribbon trimmed lingerie, Bulgarian embroidered linen crash.
fSjbis linen, etc, Iraspodels for every occasion, n
Solid U-Karat . -
Ever,' rate ta .lunnM 1SSI. I. !,..
old. ever, rooveaaeol I, etaoiDeef IT
ewellrd. adjualed. There can be nn
miaiaae Uial . the are not eaaellr
S .te. sad we alee Too a hill E
npAemet, If ,oo ran bur hla Nolle
4.. (told IT-JrwelleT adJualrd atlri
.r...., w, wiioiraaie aewelier ror nnr
IS?.' !!fj Jh" MBtQA net anel laah we
will rrfund tour SU.1UH un requaii. Mali
watch Protectors Free
Nulld IH-jt. Uuld Mai. I. fur aiSO
aS.IMI e-.llA I ll.MW.trl. f"r in
Railroad Watches at Cat Prices
and w will rAsi all ef row axaaer aa
poooeel ae eaehaaae laeaa fee new eaea.
CHRLS A. KEENE
Special Values Id
For Men, Women & Children
Our mmrlmcnt of ttyUl err.-,
braces etcry lateit crtatton in
plain tailored or trimmed models
and art to bo had in all the new
START AN ACCOUNT
For Your Whole Family
316 West 125th St., nr. 8th Av.
2858 3d Av.. near 149th St.
No Money $
Oiasea i-nuur VJi TJTB Jf3 W7
Cci 9Sr V 1 Met Ei
1 AN ACCOUNT
OPEN SATURDAV EVENINGS
IfMth t. "I." lln nl f. truer.
Men's Tan Shoes
on the prevailing English
last with low square heels,
wide shank and slop
ing toe -correct in
every detail. You
won t find a better-looking, better-wear- g m
ing, better-made shoe anywhere at pD
Sixth Avenue 548 Fifth Avenue
At Nineteenth St. Above FortfiftU Street
"-"" - "iii'iVfir.-i m !,,; t
O ARRET J. & J. W. WILLIAMS
180 ereSVV'tr. 0te;zr"iuSU K
A SEVEN-TIKE WORLD WANT WORKS ALL THE
WORK MONDAY WMPIrtl a a a a aia-
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
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