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ROBE OF CAM
M WHICH 1 0 DIED
BEGUN BY M'CALL
Public Service Chairman Acta
l as Cross-Examiner at
INQUEST IS HALTED.
Coroner Threatens Action
Over Dynamiting to Get
' Out Imprisoned Bodies.
the HMl IM
COftONt "OONI POM DAY" ON
OUTING WITH FAMILY.
Th t tnftMtri war nnM to
Coronar HotUhauaer orer tb tele-
It waa MM he end kl family
had -on away for tb day. They cot
Ceres er WlnUrbottom. at Nyack, t he
waa uawllUnc to amir mora than they
Might Mt tbalr wa )pomnt, ft It
hi ease. In tb aaaa lima Ba
RMlewwy bad looked oror to aft
uetloa (or hlmeeif and telephoned to
Ohalraaa Macau, wa wont to toaaoaa.
taikod wltb Mr. Mdway and toon told
too polio ob bad that Mr. RMrway
waa to ha Ml eharae a tb rM
and repair work.
Chairman MoCsIt Informed tb polloo
UMUHr. JUdrway aald to blest, tku
Maat It aiuat bo, and U anyone triad to
latarfara to err. biB. Tb polio war
la a aodary and tb tnapootor of tb
dlKrlet Anally ordorod tham to ua tbt'
)udmBt to aaaa f a aiaa at au
But that waa aa olaah. Tba blaatlac
want an and aa a rult tb boly of
Patiiok Joya, aa undr foreman, waa
found at bid) laat nlcht and tbo body of
John Oroan. a drtllor. waa found at LI
tfcli momtac. Joyo and draon bad boon
talking toaMbar whan th cave-In bur
lad th.m. It I believed there ar no
MM tbo Ml Board at fa FwwMe ter
ja Coawnlaatea would fractal aa Inve-
objafdom of tba Mbwasy oav-ln tbat
oaat ton Ihra at o'stook to-day In tb
All tb Oonunla-
at asoapt Oomrata-
aaaaar , who la artouly IH fol
towtoc aa Bparatton tor appaadMtbv
ltd laiwmri and tba oaatraatora will
a aba M wttnawMs oalled. Tb ohalr-
umm aaM ha urupmfl to mak a tbor
aaMh a rati lata th eauaoa of tb ao
oManL mill ana MaCatl. aa aa on
bar era atawiiaar. win par
srals th sHnsaas.
t-day that ha would not bold
laaw t to-day over tb
of tba ton vtetwaa of th
Th ooronor flt that th
snUrM wall go evr until
la vtw of tb
laaralag whathar Public Cotnmla-
MoOalL who yaatarday ardarad
g-a I'll to b uaad by tboaa laarcb
aa (r th awMaa, act ad la unlawful
Mtoaa of tba ooraaar ordara.
Wall I aaaaat believe," aaM Car.
mm ! or -that Mr. MoCall said
of sse which h I
aa saying, I Intend to make a
laroatlaaUon. Bafora I waa
I waa a manufacturer of
aaonuraant and I know aoma
I abowt rook and dynamite. Dyna-
at nip aoa and throat war oloagad
P et and dirt of tba sabwwy and
hayaod ever ay tour of duty to Coro-
Wlatorbottoa and want to Con ay
and lafftob myaakt
I wbaaot iwdaratoad why Chat:
MTkn abould orttlola aa car that
aawor aaM aa unkind word abowt him.
I ftea't think I ovar mat him. I'm go-
a th 0aprtf Counal and to
dht XMatrlet-AtUrnay If nacraaary
gat thla thing atralaHtonad out"
at th Coronor had apt) a r ad about
dto aaeaverJo yaatarday h might bav
hajd aMQ mora to bo angry about, for
MoCall tern ad ordara to foro-
' elect to Oaroaar ar any of kla man
Mat to latorfar with th work la
In aplta of Ooronor HoltahauMr ba-
Uaf that hi dutlaa wara transferred
to Ooronor Wlnterboltom yaatarday
morning, tb schedule for ooronere
how that Coronar Wlnterbotlom waa
officially "off duty" at tha aama mo
mailt. Ooronar Wlnterbottom had an
tlclpntad hi weak off tha Coronar
tak every otkr weak oft during th
aummar and had gona to hla country
homo at Nyack.
Tbo condition of Daniel Doyle and
Jama Fallon, who waro hurt in tb
accident, wa reported favorable to-day
la Flower Moapltal.
The atock market opened with frac
tional ohangea, but atock war freely
supplied, canning a number of laauea to
yield 1 to 2 point In tha flrat half hour.
Canadian Pacific tw. Union Paclflo IH
and Southern Paclflo 1, while Inter
Met. laauea ware (trong, the preferred
advancing ona point after a alight ra-
ORNM FOftCI UtfcD TO OUST
Chairman MoCall obeerved grimly whan
upon for hi version of th eon
1 did not toll the police to
. th Ooronar If ha earn around. I
told Mr. Ride-way, tka engineer
to aharge of th cooatructlon work, that
ha waa la charge for She Public Service
a, and that if anybody, a Cor-
ar anybody alee, entered the abaft
attomptad to give engineering or
to exclude that person, using force
Those ordara ar still la fores, and
as Caalrataa of the Publlo Service Com
Bjstotoa I assume responsibility for
The active stocks had a quick recovery
before th first half hour had passed.
but did not hold It vary long, and by
11.10 moat of the list had sagged off
from to 1 point.
More confidence waa ahown by tb
speculative element committed to tha
bear aide thai morning, and moat pres
sure was directed against Union Pa
clfle, in which tba selling was nrcom
panlod by insertions that tha Attorney
Osnoral will opposs approval of ths
Union Pacific proposition to dlsposs of
Its holdings of Southern Pacific
Buying continued to come from Im
portent banking Interest!, but moatly
on a downward scale, making the bear
efforts for the time effective. Around
noon tha market had a very dull period.
lasting until after 1 o'olock. when the
decisions of the Supreme Court were
The Bupreme Court decisions had an
unfavorabls Influence on the tone, end
Induced Increased wiling for abort ac
count, although tba room traders were
about tbe only Interasta wrsu were ac
tive in offering stocks, causing declines
of one point or more, with bualiira. on
a small acala. Up until the cloae atock
did not ahow any aline of a rally, and
last prloes wara the loweat for tha day.
Total aulas of stock were 950,000 shares.
Th Clwslaa aatallae.
The foUswiu wtra tka tUctttit. luwast and Uut
prices of sliicaa for u-dar sad tbe set euaaiea as
compere wtUi Saturday's clues ericas.
Aa. Meet Susar....
Kdrj . .
the question a to th city'
ability for damages growing out
af to accident. It waa explained that
th stop Is pally protected from liabil
ity hp lbs form of tit agreement each
sa tree tor I required to alga. Tha
aaalrarinr guarantees that lite plans
ajht snootacatlons provided by the Pub
Is awWMd Commlaston's nglnr will
ranajat to a damags to life or property
at proporly aarriad out, and that It
alt the contractor Is
M. QUESTION AS TO CITY'S
There la a legal question. It w
aaaaad, as to whether or not thla form
agreement releasee the city from
aMISsrloni In view of the faui that
to Osaaml sate it's engineers are present
th work and contractors ar ro
te tak Instructions from the
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III. MOT, IS. .
N RESENTING INSULT
TO WOMAN, TWO MEN
ARE STABBED IN FIGHT
Man With Bloodstained Hands
Is Arrested as Their
TRIES TO CHANGE ON CURB
Four men wars sitting on the stoop of
No. 4M West Forty-sixth street early
to-day vrhsn Louis Carroll, a restaurant
keeper, and his wire, accompanied by
Carroll's brother, Uouls, all of whom
Mrs at No. SB West Forty-sixth atres .
war on their way home from a recap
tion given to rale money for Greek
fa mt lies who have suffered through tb
One of the four man made an Insult
ng remark about Mrs. Carroll, at which
both OarroU and hla brother flew at th
In the light that followed both th
Carroll war stabbed several times
Mr Carroll ran half a block and
called Policeman Ford.
Whsn Ford got to No. 4M th Car-
rolls were th only persons on the
stoop. LauIs had a cut on tb aid ot
ths head and a rang alaah on be neck
Peter had two outs on tha he" and two
In the back. They told Ford that one
of their aaaallanta had fled Into No. 4M
The policeman, with hla revolver In
his hand, went Into ths basement at that
address and arrested Osorge Windier,
twenty-six years old. No. 6M West Forty-
seventh street, ill bands ware Mood-
I bad been to era my mother, who
live upstairs at No. 4M," he aald. "and
was going out while they were fighting.
The two Qreska eaugftt hold of ma,
thinking I waa ona of tha crowd they
war battling with, but I broke away
from them. That I how I got this blood
on my hands."
Ths CarroUs, however, Identified Wind
ier as ons of ths four men they fought
with and ha wee locked up In ths West
Forty-eeventh street atatlon on a ohargu
of felonious aaaault.
Dr. Sohoanburg of the Polyclinic Hos
pital dressed ths cuts ths CarroUs had
"DEADLY BOMB" GIVES
JARS TO POLICE-TWO
OF STRAWBERRY JAM
Metal Tops Cause Scare and
Package Is Plunged into
Pail of Water.
JERSEY CITY CARS
MEET AT JUNCTION;
TWO HURTIN WRECK
Motormen Refuse to Surrender
Right of Way Four Are
Reaotilng a Junction point at th
asms tune, two trolley oar motormen of
the Public Service lines In Jersey City
tried to proceed at the same tlms this
morning and the cars oollldsd. Both
were pretty wall wrecked and two
psaeengera were hurt enough to require
medical attention. A score of others
wers shsksn up and suffered from
fright snd shock.
A Jackson avenue car. run by John
Hedges and a Plank road oar, run by
Iwrenrs Tingley, were In the wreck.
The Plank Road oar was proceeding
seat on Curmmuntpew avenue. The Jack
son avenue oar started to swing Into
Communlpaw avenue, going eastward
to the ferry. Neither gave way, the
Plank road car crushing In tha aide of
the Jackson avenue car with It for
Mrs. Carrie Coagrovs, seventy-five
years old, of No. 187 Union street. Jer
sey City, suffered from ehock snd was
cared for by a city ambulance aurgeon
and then taken horn - Margaret
Toomay, eighteen months old, was cut
on ths head by flying glaaa. Hhe wa
nared for by Dr. Wallace Ruyl and
taken home by her father.
Mrs Coagrov' Injury waa mads th
basis of a rhargs against the two
motormen and they were arrested, as
were Henry T.angdun and Jamea Tlnco,
Aa Srkeskel I osldn'l bee Trssk
He Takes Pneaer to Belleva.
afl elderly man was sroted on Ihp curb
of Worcester atreet early to-day dis
robing hlmaelf to change hie clothe
from a trunk which he PakJ was right
bealde him. As Patrolman Hcheuhel
couldn't see the trunk ha lad the way to
The man aald he Is Alfred Rueuer of
No. t Ogden avenue, Jersey City.
Cat. Dowaa'e Body Removed.
Almost on hundred veteran of th
flwenty-flrat Regiment want to Hastings,
N. T., yesterday to attend the ceremo
nies at th removal of the body of Col.
Wallace A. Down from the family plot
to th regimental plot In Mount Hope
Cemetery, a en. Edwin A. MaAlpta
urged the veterans of th Seven ty-flrst
to place a fitting memorial over th
grav of their former commander, who
died soon after ths Spanish war.
Don't Scratch Use
It takes out the Itch and
Stops the Swelling
Al year eruffisl la ratiapaibh rebee 2S
Closing hours: 5 p.m.; 12 noon on Saturday.
FOUND DEATH IN SHOP.
Joseph l.eveae Went There aa
Monday and l ied Uaa.
Deepttn tbe fact that It waa his fath
er's elr'ity-elghUt birthday. Joseph Se
vens, alxty years old, a well-to-do cloth
merchant, refused to attend the family
celebration yesterday and announcad. In
stead, he wa going to Newark. H
left hla home at No. 107 West One Hun
dred and Nineteenth street, early In the
morning. He did not return last night.
Hla eons. Solomon and Harry tievene,
naaoclated with him In business at No.
r. Walker atreet, amelled gas aa soon aa
they entered their place of bustnes
shortly after 7 o'clock to-day. Upon a
table, a gas-tube connecting with an
open Jet In his mouth, lay their father.
He had been dead for hours.
Members of the family say a tear of
tuberculosis and he loss of a favorite
sister six months ago mad ..evene mel
ancholy. His unhapplnca was assigned
aa th cause for hla suicide.
When Jamea Thompson, returning
home early to-day, found a paper box
at hla door, No. W Wuehlngton street.
and, on prying up one corner, dlecovered
wliut appeared to be a metal cylinder,
he ruahed with It lo the l,ower Fulton
Street police station
"litres a bomb!" he shouted, and
handed the package to the Mrutenani
it ths desk.
"Kasy, man. easy," lie was cautioned.
After a brief examination the danKuroua
looking package was placed in a rtll
of water and left In the hack va.il to
await the Bureau uf Combustibles.
Then happened along Detective Mat
thew Ward who la of an Inquiring dis
position. Cutting away more of the box,
he saw glaaa under the metiil t,ps.
Ward ripped the whole cover off and
found two Jara of strawberry Jam!
Suits and Dresses
At "The Linen Store"
Are shown in large variety in the newest
models at the following moderate prices:
Linen Suits $12.50, 15.00 18.00
Navy Serge Suits $15.00, 19.50, 22.50
WhiteSerge Suits $22.50, 29.50, 35.00
Silk Suits $23.50, 29.50, 39.50
Linen Tub Dresses $9.00, 13.50, 15.00
Ratine & Gingham Dresses -$126.96.36.199
Crepe St Voile Dresses- $ 12.50, 1 5.00, 18.00
Lingerie Dresses $10.50, 15.00, 18.00
James McCutcheon & Co.,
5th Ave., 33d fir 34th Sts.
Now I tha Time to Gat Rid of These
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the
prescription othine double strength ia
guaranteed to remove these homely
Simply get an ounce of othine double
strength from Itiker-Kegemnn Drug
Stores and apply a little of it night and
morning and you should soon see tbat
even the worst freckles have begun to
disappear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. It is seldom that more
than an ounce is needed to completely
rkfar the skin and gain a beautiful, clear
He sure to ask for the double strength
othine, as thia ia sold under guarantee of
money back if it fails to remove freckles.
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Inter. IRS II
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th roof af th towar level col
4 Fifty-sixth street Saturday
t at least tarn mac ware killed and
wan lajurea. Several bod lea re-
Mi aaer th ton of fallen rook
fiat. Th Coroner tufht poa
f tas aatkrl had fallen la aueh
' aa t farm a raw over one or mare
Ska who would ha atUI allva:
tuaatiH eruDtioa. try Reaiuot malment and
MUUaU taa boaiea. He thought rUamoi Boap and see how quickly the
aoaM he removed y mpiH- itching nop and the trouble disap
pears, even ia severe ana stubborn
Even tha St u boor neat Case Yield to
Thia Easy, Economical Treatment
If you have eraetna. ringworm or
other itching, burning, unsightly akin
saag th laisjai sack with hand drilto
axaxaaasfba la reaofc
waa stow, and some of tbe
H would be a
th rook ooutd all be re-
uaitlng. Rslauva af
bodies bad not bean
Hag about th mouth
After th eighth
It waa believed
th others without
tb Bradley Contrast.
' abief engineer, conferred
Hldgaray, -jhlef eaglnaer
Hot Csmailsalaa, whioh
hesitate to use Hesiuol Soap and Rest
nol Ointment, There is nothing in them
to injure tbe tenderest surface. Hesl
uol is a doctor' preacriptiun which for
eighteen year has been used by care
ful physicians for all kinds of skis af
fections. They prescribe ttesinol freely,
confident that it soothing, healing
action ia brought about by medication
so bland and gentle aa to b suitsd to
tb must delicate ur irritated skin.
Reainol is sold by practically every
drufcgist in th United States, but you
can prove at our expense what it will
do for you. Write today to Dept. 0S.
Baahof. Baltimore, Jail, .ad wa will
ssad you by parcel post liberal trial
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Rugs and Carpets
821 Domestic Rugs (size 9x12 ft.) s
The Usual $26 to $30 Grades
WflOO yds. Velvet Carpets I
and other substantial grades
75c to 90c per yard
Reduced from $1.10 and $1.50
Commencing Monday, June 18
Sheppard Knapp & Co.
39-41 West 23d Street
t fx kmmkxx not k nit xxeJXjiiiiciorjnijKaaiT
5 to $10
4f Wmm mTtmmt )wT
Tuesday . .
None will be offered
at this price afterwards.
Comprises Colonial Pumps
In patent leather, black liussia and white canvas turn
noles and Cuban heels. Heretofore $5 and $6
COUSINS SAMPLE SHOES
All New Lasts and Leathers
MADE TO SELL FROM $6.50 TO $10. qj-
To-Morrow at J U-OD
THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED.
22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th St. West
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Too can prov.br I rr lac (hem. tbat
Amil Kmmmim TmbUf quickly and i
aalsly vsnqulsh besdsebs Iron anr
causa ludlfestinn, Derrousnese.neu- i
ral.la. eolda. erloue . over Indulgence
also rheumatic snd off other pains i
and these wonderful pain reliefer. I
re a. ether stasiefe
few Ah Ver'
r DrvcSwait WmW
.oov!M oh 50
flr-A SATUmOArS TILL IQ KM.
EVERY piece of merchandise in our enormous building i marked in
PLAIN, READABLE FIGURES. These plain figure price are your
SAFE-GUARD and OUR PRIDE, and mark the difference between the
old and the new way of doing business. You know when you go through
our complete stock that, whether you ere buying for CASH or taking ad
vantage of our CONVENIENT -CREDIT SYSTEM, there is ONE, LOW
PRICE for ALL You do NOT have to have the Salesman translate
CIPHER-PRICES for you. You can be your own Salesman and read the
tag for yourself.
We offer SPECIAL TERMS to young couples.
carved claw I.!;
24x52 In., con
taining 1 large
Unen drawer, 3
door at illus
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OUT-OF-TOWN DELIVERIES TO YOUR DOOR RY MOTOR CAR
S. Altmatt & (En.
HAVE ARRANGED THE FOLLOWINO
SALES FOR TO-MORROW(TUESDAY):
An Unusual Sale of
Women's Summer Blouses
at the following; extraordinarily low
prices, will comprise a variety of new
acid attractive styles representing: the
popular lingerie fabrics:
95c., $1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.35 & 3.65
Also Blouses of Crepe de Chine at $5.75
A Sale of Women's French
consisting; of a limited quantity of fine
Undergarments specially made and im
ported, among; which are the following;:
Night Robes at $1.90, 2.50 & 3.25
Drawers at 1.35 & 1.85
Chemises . at 90c., 1.35 & 1.65
Corset Covers and Combination Gar
ments will be offered at correspondingly
A Sale of Leather Goods
offering; exceptionally good values at the
Women's Hand Bags and Envelope Bags
in a variety of leathers . . at $2.25
Limousine Cases of Black Morocco, with
fittings of celluloid . .at $5.50
On Wednesday, June 18th, will be
held an Exceptional Sale of
Women's House Gowns and
at unusually low prices.
MUM Xmaxt, 34$ mtb 35tt fttrafa. Sum
Reaty Meat Jise IMe lr
at all World offices and
Expense has not been spared
in making this the most com
prehensive, beautifully printed
and attractively illustrated
guide to country, seashore and
mountain Hotels and Boarding
Houses ever printed.
For early copy by mail send
6 cents in stamps for jostajre
ADDRESS i WORLD SUMMER RESORT Bureau
of nVaaas vbiaBH
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