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THIS IS THE MAN
WHO IS TO TAKE
mm place
Col. Kline Is a Republican, a
Born Leader and I Good
Fellow.
buttle for ohUtntnsr tlcanee to marry
llM mlladr, Mm. Pom-In t.larhlna.
Irt-'tlve MlMj In Fi.-hnvl.'a room,
ftiBBi one of fiMirtrfi costly dinner
IDtM whl.-h were etui n Ajn'1 1 fr'im
lha store of Or.enberg Co., at No.
1 Jrifforeun elreot. Ho arreted htm. it
In alu alleged that Faotiovla robbed a
man of IM In Nawara two waaka ago.
of mar than uaual pro man an ca ami
)la nlaoa, Countess Cssalnt, waa a cloee
friend ut ON llooeevell'a tldest dng:i
tar. now Mra. Longworth.
COUNT CASSINI DEAD.
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taa Ambassador to V. g. Whta j
T. B. U'aa la Whit Haair,
ST. ry.TKKftnvna. May t. -count
Caealnl. Atnbaaaador to tha t'nlted i
Slat". rtMrtaS a purl of President lt.roee-1
velt'a Admlnlatraf Ion, errvlng from
jSW to I'-M-, died j 1 ii after a lone
lllne.
While In Washington tha Count was
arrfai Heaeekteoers flag
DEADINE
sarflrrlr rtaa Ike aoaaa .f all
Bed Bugs. Roaches
ueeaiae l.iaaia. Deaaiae rawirr
tar Basra, I far KeaeBss,
1IC, ZC I IOC, 25C
w.aanleeaeka aaii Stelaleaa
OtTB OAN WILL fMHYUGfl Tm.
aLi, iWY'i storm
Tha LEW T CHEMICAL CO., N T
Trtt provision of the City Charter
tha President of tha Hoard of
fmfn. If he retire within hla vrm
offlcr, aha.ll ip .rcreaded hy tha
hlrmn. rnuld not hsve rked
mora happily. Ip any circumstance.
ng to mrnvbere of tha lloard on
aides of tha political fencr . than
It wHI wlien John Purroy Mltchel be
aaax Collector of the Tort on June I.
Mi "Mining Ardolph." aa Vlce-r'lie'r-saan
Kiln, la known among h:a fellow
seiher, becomes head of lha llosrd
lar ', not a man of th, rioard who
would not Ilka to -, ih, n,w chairman
nfw' to President Mlt hd'a aalary of
P.sno per annum, aa wrtll, hu! .. th
Cbartn- provider only that ha .hall he
oeme 1 Acting Praildrnt." at the aama
alary HOB), that ha received aa vlce
eaatrtnan. Col. Kllna will hav, to M
ttaue to iv, at hla preient rata of
aompensatlon.
CoL Klin, ! a good follow. In tha
hast a,na, of tha word. Alwsys In
good humor, h, la abl to mr,t any
situation that mav aria, by a dlnp ay
af firmness that Invarlsblv silences op
position. Thl fart haa been demon
gtratad tlma and again In thr Board.
Whara tb, colonel haa railed members
af th majority to ordar Juat aa aharply
M member, of the minority, when. In
Ma opinion, they overstepped parlla
eogntsry boundarlaa. Rut he never
easrlshsa a grudge, and an offender
MM squelched la Juat a much a friend
af "the colonel" aa ever.
Col. Kline, aa a Brooklyn man. eiir
prlsed the memliera of the hoard grner.
ally when he took office, under the last
Administration, hy the case with which
ka cam to he regnrded aa ona of tha
loader, of the board, even before any
Ofjclel designation aa auch waa applied
ta him. In politics an organlsstln Ha
gaihllran, he has never failed to decide
ggton the merit, of any queatlon that
Ms coma up for consideration In the
award, and hla opinion has been sought
! board mattara by heads of Important
aammlttsea almost from tha moment
that ha took office
What will I do aa Acting President?"
Negated tha Colonel, when saked to-
4a whether he hud decided upon any
Barley to be pursued aa head of th
rd ' There la only ona thing for a
official to do. and than la what
man should dothe right thing
ggt so far as hs aaea It. Tha stralgttt
seed Is tha beat and shortest course,
Md there la no reason for deviating
Crete It whether one be head of tha
award or Its youngest and most uneo-
pbistaoatsd mwmber."
MELD AS THIEE Af TEH FIGHT.
lagy'a Kak-agraaaewt tarlfi
Traabla gar raekavla.
FREE
Thts IM-Haea ntnnev Sat with
Eswry rnrrtaaae or IVtor !
Deakln raebovta. known In this
try aa "John Bonn." a laborer, of No
th Monro air set, wsa oharged with rob
Mry to-day In Essex Market Court
whan ha was arraigned for aasaultlng
Frank Kreeuk. a feUow boarder. Ka
aaovta waa arrested laat night when he
romonatrated With Fraauk using a hoar
Baak
TH Or OR AND ST. "L'
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kvsjsajajea. Laaa a.
BXM
waajreoiogi
anWI f8!la WfM)
PattdJ . "fT CaUWrtM
rj$35 PER KfTK
WMte. Pertedly Cot
Bay trass la Oiisj 1 11 i Pries CutUr
tetanus' in Rinp. Broochea. La Vallisret.
Bar gerawa, and la fact vry eon
calvabl atyle of Jawtlry ,vr mad.
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Elgin A W4USatB
Y-Wsl 1 1 S- Jewel 17.
$5.i 8. mo.
1 Filled 1'rnmH,
WBDUINIi BINUt.
.tV to an. traawir )a
T.M.
STEWART
MaVMO-MI WEST MO ST.
RU6 CARPET .
CLEANSING
iPWE PROOF STORAGE,
far Household Oaooa. J
foondexlin IMS
TtLIOROMC
R367 COLUMBUS ,
A NATIONAL INSTITUTION-i
Browning, King & Co
CLOTH1BO. PCRNliRTNGS ARB BATS
Quality for Children
We give as much care to the
designing and tailoring of our
Children's Suits as we do to
our Men's.
They are as strongly made.
The fabrics are guaranteed to
give good wear.
Before we cut up any fabrics
into Children's Clothing we
test them for strength on the
same testing machine as the
United States Government
uses. We expose the goods
to the sun to be sure the
color is fast.
In fact, we make sure that every
Child's Suit we offer for sale
has Style, Fit, Fine Tailoring,
Good Service and Taste.
NORFOLK SUIT
BROWNING, KING A CO.
Broadway, Between Slat and 32nd Street.
Cooper Square. Opposite 9th Street.
Brooklyn t Pulton St., at Da Kalb Ave.
tablithwd 1863
T. KELLY
1 263 Sixth Ave.. Below 17th St.
Only Entrance It Through the Furniture Store
Clothing on Credit for All
Men's & Young
Men's Spring and
Summer Suits
waswaaaa- , ,
AH last ar faaag art trie, V
Tattlaai la The World all! ha
Nsssa at Tb, World'. lateral.
tlsa Bar. Palllser Balldlag
Are. a,. Bark Saw, World',
Vateem Of fife, asrtkwaat rr
Bar SStk st. mmd Briagwayi
WerM'e Bsrlai Office, Ml
West IBM BU sad World's
BrasUra Of Has. BM lTaablag
aDg.. aVaaSira. far SO daya
Nrw model sacks, both two
gnd three piece suits, in light
weight fabrlcs,f
for Spring and dClla
Summer wear JaV tmW Jar
Stylish Apparel
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
This is the place to get
something that is "differ
ent" and distinctive in
Women's and Misses' Suits,
Costs, DTesses, Waists, &c,
for Spring and Summer
wear, at lowest prices.
Largest stocks, widest' choice
of materials, greatest variety of
styles.
Women's 4$ 1 er.oo
I-J1
Misses' Suits
'UP
Clothe Your Whole 1.00 A Ucci
Family on ' A" ttK
I rAii'g ia the only credit houee where you are euro oft
la equttre deal in Reliable Clothing at Caeh Price
Osen Saturday Evening! Until 7 JO o Qock
Brooklyn Store, 470 Fullon St.
aa a rafw a oJBV iraml
Stta?iaV aSk3?5gfK-
CREDIT TERMS:
3 T 50 I T'lO
5 T 75 HOT 45
If. 00 A WEEK
al Open si Account
Open Monday and
Saturday Evenings
Only
Special Values in
Spring Suits
For Men. Women & Children
on Credit
Our attortmmnt of $tylt$ sm
bracti tvtry fafesf eras f ion Ih
plain tailored or trlmmod moefea
and are fe 6e had in all t ho now
ear matariaU.
A
Week
STARTS AN ACCOUNT
Far Your Whole Family
W!S7the.K&G
316 West lZ5th bi., nr. Sin Ay.
2858 3d At., near 149th St.
Safe for Women's Use
I jg Uaa Trree'a Anil
dBv 7 stlc Pewdar In-
jWBb f7 atead af pnlionous
pea jr iaii,t. or iiqni.it.
B7glry m Boat garmlcld. dla,ae
ToWm prr,atlv, or waak, 84.
dtLg and 11. on. ah drugsitta.
Ma. Bs Booklot .ml ftamplo fr.
J. g. TVBF.K, r hernial, naalUngtoa, II. t'.
No Money $
Down
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Formerly
A. T . Stcwnrt X Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avaaao,
Eighth to Tenth Street
Offering Tomorrow, Saturday,
Some Oriental Rugs That Have
Been Used in Store Decorations
Prices, of Course. Are Very Low
NOTE.
When we held our Spring htmsecleaning last year
and offered for the first time such Oriental Rags as we
had used in Store Decorations and Exhibitions, the
telephone began ringing as soon as the newspapers
carrying the announcement appeared on the street.
The morning the Rugs were placed on sale people were
waiting for our doors to open. Please don't telephone
this time, as no rug can be reserved by 'phone- but all
will be offered at the opening of the store tomorrow
morning, so that all customers may have equal chance.
Visitors from all over the world have come to see the
remarkable exhibitions of merchandise that we make
from time to time in both buildings. Many of these re
quire the lavish use of Oriental rugs. The House Palatial
with it 28 rooms requires many rugs to complete the
settings. The many other furnished rooms in the various
Wanamaker galleries also require Oriental Rugs.
At times the Rotundas are hung with rugs.
Once a year we gather together all these
Oriental Rugs that have been used and offer
them in a quick sale at greatly lowered prices.
feach Rug is marked with a tag stating that it has
been used and is sold for just what it is and therefore is
not subject to exchange or credit. The tag carries the
further caution o ask the salesperson to point out the
signs of wear or defects.
In some shops such rugs as these might be sold as
"genuine antiques." We do not do business in that way.
All the rugs offered in this sale, where necessary,
have been cleaned and sterilized, and
For Summer Homes, Bedroom or Den.
Seashore, Bungalow or Office
the opportunity is quite the most unusual of the year.
Appended is a partial list of prices and sizes together
with the condition of each rug.
Turkish Hug
Persiaa Mahal . . .
Slae
. . it ft. sin. art
.lift. Hin.x 8 ft.
Khiva Bokhara 10 ft. 9 ia. x 6 ft.
lVrtiaa Mahal lift, in. x Oft.
Caahmere M ft. 0 in. x Oft.
Hiimadan Kift. 0 in. x 0 ft.
Krreghan 19 ft. 4 in. I .5 ft.
Savalan Prraian 11 ft. 10 in. x 10 ft.
IVrsian Mahal if ft.
Persian Mahal 19 ft.
rVrrghan 1.1 ft.
Persian Mahal 11 ft.
Fine Indian 1.1 ft.
I'inr Indian 14 ft.
Krrmanshnh 19 (I.
Scrapie II ft.
Kine Indian 0 ft.
Hatnadan lit ft.
Mahal 14 ft.
Mrahed 19 ft.
Mahal 19 ft.
rnntolian f ft.
Itamndan 19 ft.
Kermanahah It ft.
Mrahed 1 ft.
Sarouk 9f.
Mrahed left.
Kermanahah 14 ft.
Ilidjar 14 ft.
Ispahan 19 ft.
t in.
R in
loin
I in
II in
x H ft
x 8 ft.
x Aft.
x 10 ft.
x Kft.
x 12 ft.
7 in. x 8 ft.
7 in. x 8 ft.
x 18 ft.
x 7 ft.
x 10 ft.
x 9 ft.
x 10 ft.
x Oft.
x flft.
X 8 ft.
x 10 ft.
x 7 ft.
Oft.
8 ft.
0 in.
fl in.
Bin.
4 in.
9 in.
10 in.
4 in.
8 in.
10 in.
9 in.
9 in.
1 in.
11 in.
8 in.
9 in
in
II in
10 in
A in
8 in
11 in
Oin. x
7 in. x
Oin. x flft.
5 in. x 10 ft.
0 in.
10 in.
fl in.
8 la.
10 in.
in.
1 in.
9 in.
11 in.
0 in.
b in.
Former
Price
1100.00
llto.00
7JJ.00
I1AA.00
150.00
i ion .oo
loo.oo
1175.00
K5.00
W.v no
1195.00
119A 00
9x70.00
450.00
945 no
$175.00
050.00
185.00
445.00
400.00
445.00
MM.00
400.00
450.00
400.00
445.00
455.00
(405.00
500.110
440.00
Condition
Shows wear
Shows wear
Good
Slight wear
Slight wear
liooil
Cioftfl
Fair
Good
Good
Good
Good
Slitfhl wear
(i oud
Shows wear
Good
Stained
(rood
Good
Slight wear
Good
Good
Gooe
(ood
Good
(ood
(rood
Good
( tood
( iood
Price
Now
2M
MI.M
S4S.00
$48.00
$48.00
$50.00
sso.oo
$99.00
$70.00
$70.00
$7.1.00
$79.00
$80.00
$89.00
$80.00
$80.00
$100.00
$110.00
$112.90
$129.00
$129.00
$129.00
$129.00
$142.90
$190.00
SloS.nn
$179.00
$179.00
$187.00
$250.00
In Addition We Offer a Quantity of Smaller Rugs
some used, some fresh from our regular stocks -all nt
much lower prices.
LOT NO. 1
$9 to $16 Each
About 175 Hhlrvana. Moeatila.
neliirhlatana, Khiva Bokhara.
Kurdistan and Koreghans. of ag.
celtant QUanty, most of them In
good condition.
LOT NO. i
$25 to $50 Each
Some Very fine Sarotik,
Krrmnnshah. Dajrostnns,
the quantity lriun limited.
ADDED NOTICE
East Indian Bangalore Rugs, for the Country
or Seashore
Hand woven, and remarkably durable: designs in
soft greens on grounds of natural undyed wool. Can be
used on the porch as well as in Mission Room, Living
Room or Dining Room.
List of Sizes and Prices
About flft. 9ft , $9.79
About 7 ft. x 4 ft 8.79
About ft. x flft. 1740
About 11 ft. x 84 ft 29.00
About 14 ft. x tft $J4.00
About 14 ft. x lftft 44.90
About 15 ft. x 12 ft 97.50
Aboat 18ft. x lft nK.OO
Fourth (allrry, NVw Building
A Real Baby
Tl.Jtt' FnUa Net one Item thai could
HUH rOlUe) aisks bsbv more com-
fortable ia sacrificed to make (hie a folding car
riage. On lha contrary, ihli la the only baby
carriage with a apriaf adjustable to baby increaas
in weUhl and lha Sagwajr Oasrsafsd F.lalag
Baby Carriage baa mora room for pillows ami
quilta and lot baby lo move about than a full slae
Pullman Stationary Carriage.
Beat for Baby and Bawl to Boy
t.. ...... CaweawSeW rsr raw Vn
II any part wean out or breaks ia two year,
. il will be replaced free of charge by ibo
I. The Sid war Marcaaiil. Ca, 1010
letfe Sc., Elkhart, lad. Call si lbs local
dealer and aee the real rubber lire, special
quality r abrikoid leather hood, ad
justable spring ana otner Matures.
1 II res km eer etBsakr ksOal tks lot. I
stater, arrtae aa. Wt will oarltt roo (Waif
a too Moo roo s keakle ceaulalsg
a Ma fat rosea jsaakaat sag attari a watte
soar eor.ua lareaaa a wtisari.
Sid way Mercantile Ce.
Bit Mak eeree. ITkkarl.
When a Pinch Hitter Goes to Bat
for the home team in the ninth, game tied, two out,
. ... -a ... . B II 11
bases full, and hits the first pitcned Dan saieiy over
the fence, the rooters feel much like the young men will
feel who come to the New Store for Men tomorrow,
Saturday, and get their pick of
$20, $25, $28 d r Lrn
and $30 Suits j P i O. OU
568 picked from 860 made by the largest maker
of young men's high-grade suits; patch pocket suita,
2 and S-button sacks, natural shoulders, slightly de
fined waists; blue serges, pencil stripes, tweed and
cheviot mixtures. Sizes 81 to 40. suits of a
quality superior to any the New Store has here
tofore been able to offer at the price.
An extra force of salesmen will be on hand
to ensure prompt service.
STRAW HAT DAY We spent a
lot of time in getting together the best
straw hats that could be made to sell at
$2, so that you might make your choice
quickly tomorrow.
Lincoln-Bennett London Sennits; American Split, Sennits,
Mackinaw; Split Straw. Shankee finish; all nude over tha
Wsnamaker-Oval to conform to the shape of the head;
with inner bands sprung for comfort. Choice, If.
Broadway, corner Eighth
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Grace!
SEED TIME AND HARVEST
A table of seed planting jn tha United State, which was compiled from reports of the
Department of Agriculture is one subject aletae in the
1913 WORLD lrviaArJw
that many are Interested in
GST A COPY. ON SALE EVERYWHERE. 25o
Would you dance gracefully? Piny tennis gmceJuMyt
Walk gracefully?
Then you wnnt to wear a corset which will allow your
figure the ease and freedom of movement which it has
naturally.
The L. R. Dancing Corsets
is one of the graceful L. R. corset models. It is jusl
a girdle of soft batiste with nine bones carefully placed
to give the necessary support.
Its whole weight is but nine ounces.
ionien and young girls
who go in for dances and
sports vow it the most
delightful of corsets.
Take several pairs w ith
you when you go away.
Price $3.50.
Other L. R Models for the wife, the
athletic woman, the stout woman, the
lender figure, the growing girl, the
ociety woman and many other model
in all AO. 1 upward.
Spring Models of
Hediern C. B. a la Spirit.
Warner' Rust Proof W. B.
Nemo American Lady
P. ti.'J. B. and B. J.
Third floor, Old Building
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co. Broadway, Fourth
Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
SUNDAY WORLD'S "TO LET" ADS.
mplify Home-aeeking by saving
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