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TE1 EVINIlfl WOtfLD, MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1913.
MAKES AN ARREST;
HELD AS BURGLAR
fseudo Cop Said by Real
Officers to Have Arresting
suss nmcnw Dnrnon
Had Cadge and Revolver That
Had Been Stolen From
Id by the polls to be an habitual
criminal with a long record of aliases
aad Imprisonments and a mania for
playing th rol of policeman, Thomas
alloy. 41 yaara old. of No. 101 Wait
Forty-Be-ond street waa held In $1,000
ball by Magletrets Houaa la too Jef
faraon Market Court to-day on char tea
of burglary In the Brat degree and
carrying a revolver. The charge of
Impersonating an ofllcor, through
wbloh Kelley got Into thla now trouble,
waa dropped in favor of the mora
It waa learned that Kelley had never
boon policeman, sa first reported and
aa ha bad stoutly maintained, but had
beast seat to prison as tar back aa -S
tar grand larceny and Impersonating a
member of the force. As "John
Walker," he served lx gonitis at that
Usee. .Then, aa will Am Fiynn, he
served a year In Klmlra, In IM-IVM.
followed by a two-year term In Sine
Mag In UOt-im. He has been out of
g Bigg only six months after serving
better part nf a five-year sentence
given htm In 1909 under the name of
William Oalapey, the police aay. . .
Between trips to prison ha annoyed
the fate regularly by his operations
aa a pesuSo policeman. He played the
rale, as well that tha members of ths
farce accepted the general report that
ha bad been a policeman and had bean
Kalley's latest escapads waa tha ar
rest of Jamas Mulroy of No. H West
Fifty-third street yesterday. Ha
wrought Mulroy Into the West Forty
seventh street station and, displaying a
shield, said bs waa "Sergeant Cohn" of
ths -Seventeenth Precinct. Kelley did
not show up to take Mulroy to Night
Cwart and Policeman Hudson escorted
tha prisoner. At the court loom Hud
eaa recognised Kelley lurking around
ths corridor as the men he had helped
sad . to prison years ago for Impei-so
aatlng an officer.
Whan accoated toy Hudson, Kelley
displayed his shield and declared he
waa "Bereft, rymn." A policeman from
tha West Thirtieth street ststlon recog
nsasd tha shlstd aa that of gorgt. Dlek
Sheridan, whose locker had boon brok
an Into at the station house tha night
before and robbed. Mulroy waa at once
released, but Kelley was srrested and
a scire revolver and pair of handcuffa
wens found on lilni.
He waa taken to Headquarters and
closely questioned, but refused to dts
CSSJS) the charges, laugtilng all question
ers oft with the declaration that he
waa "Just having fun with the rope.'
Tha police believe the man la af
flicted with a form of Insanity thay
dsasiBi aa "Copphobla," which takss
th form of a mania for playing tha
BBSS of policeman and bullying or
threatening to arrest people on ths
BABY WITH HICCOUGHS
ABANDONED IN HALLWAY.
Little One Nearly Dead When
impound by East Side Tenement
(Cerent to ths dangsr of a thrse
old boy baby hiccoughing lt
to death, some heartless persons
densd It In a hallway at No. U?
Eleventh street early to-day.
Infant, hiccoughing violently and
a bottle containing water and
sugar, which la aald to be used often
sjg remedy for hiccough., waa found
aa the ground floor behind a stairway
b7 Mary Wltlck, the Janltress.
Policeman Sabatella of the Fifth
a) I sal station turned tha child over to
Matron Bell, who earned It to iteiievue
where after some hours Its hlcooughtng
waa stopped. Tha fact that the sugar
sBat. water bottle was left beside ths
Wist showed, the doctors say, it
afflicted before being abandoned.
'm was dressed In a white droas, with
white cap and knitted shoes. A white
sloth waa wrapped around It. but there
wag. nothing left on It by which
omM he tdanttflsd. All the families I
r ths bouse, ana moat 01 muss in in
I miahherhood. are Italian, but ths baby
to be of a different nationality.
IGNORES THE MILITANTS.
Be fa see te
BUOAPBBT, Hungary. June 16 -Th
rasa of ths International woman
Alliance started Its real worn
' iiui.v under the presidency or aire.
Oarrls Chapman Catt of New York.
a. eWnrt was made to secure, an ex
nraaalon at opinion from the Congre
ig regard to militancy, but the delogates
psjpsoo a resolution ..
ii the Concreas for or against mili
tancy on tha ground that '.he constltu
i.nn of ths Alliance fortrids Interfer
ence la qusettons of national policy.
Tha resolution deolarsd that a alnrsrs
rsvelutloa acceospanled by disorder had
ntver been eeagtrusd as aa argument
RUNAWAY AUTO TRUCK
CRASHES INTO SALOON.
Plunges Through Plate Glass
Front and Knocks Patrons
Right and Left.
It wag no Jap rids that sent the heavy
auto, truck owned fey the New York
City Dressed Beat Compsny wanting
dowa a hill on Hophlnson avenue,
Brooklyn, today at the rats of afty
miles an hour, tt was ths snapping of
a king holt Than Chauffeur Louts Lind
ner last control of the lg machine.
Down ha w hissed for three blocks, hold
ing on to tha useless wheel. As the run
away aaared Marlon street It swerved
to tha right and ran, up on the sidewalk
It didn't atop there, but made a bee-line
for the Marlon cafe, kept by Louis
Keller. Through ths glass plate front It
piled, smashing glass, snapping wood
work and tearing out torloka. Business
waa good In the cafe at the time, but
not after that Tha lineup at the bar
waa broken and man retreated In dis
Olaaa waa sent flying In all directions
and man tumbled over one another In
their efforts to get out of the way.
William J. Ludwlg, forty-flve years old
and living at No. 1U Atlantic avenue,
waa struck a glancing blow by the me
chine and hurled ten feet. His shoulder
waa sprained and be waa out about the
hsad and face.
They took the chauffeur to the Bueh
wlck Hospital with a broken arm and
lacerations of ths scalp and his face
waa also badly out The damage to the
auto truck. It la said, will not exceed
aW. Ths damage to the saloon Is B,wo.
The Building Department la now having
tha building examined to sss whether it
safe to continue (business there.
IMMY CALLAHAN TALKS
BASEBAtL WITH WILSON.
President Assures White Sox Man
ager Official Courtesy Will Be
Extended on World Tour.
WASHINGTON, June 11 When
James J. Callahan of the Chicago
American baseball club oalled on Preal
dent Wilson to-day to explain the pro
posed world tour of the White Box and
the New YorX Olanta, Mr. Wilson ex-
pressed his approval not only because
hs aald hs considered himself a base
ball fan but becauee he thought tha
movement might result In ths rrsatlon
of an International league In a large
President Wilson promised that
through official channels svary courtesy
would be extended to ths baseball
teams abroad and that Consula and
ths diplomatic corps would facilitate ths
Journey. The trip begins next Novem
ber and will Include visits to ths Phil
ippines, Jsjpen, Cuba, Australia, Egypt.
France and Ireland. The teams will
return about March l, 1(14.
Militants in court
TO FIGHT NEW SUIT.
Shopkeepers Demand $7,000 Dam
ages for Property De
stroyed. UONDON. June M. Hundreds of mili
tants as well as sntl-suftraglats flocked
to the King's Bench Division to-day to
hear the beginning of the second law
suit brought to detsrmlns whether the
suffragette lesdsrs may be held respon
sible (or the material damage of mili
tancy. West End merchants whose shop win
dows were smashed by the women are
the plaintiffs, and aa In the ease two
weeks ago Mrs. Emmellne Pankhurst.
Miss Chrlstabel Pankhurst snd the
Pethlck Lawrences are the Uefendanta.
The shopkeepers want 17,000 damages.
In the other trial the plaintiffs ob
tained Judgment for ll.sno.
FALSE ALARM SENT IN.
Some One Waated fo See Mew Aato-
mubllr Hasrlae Raa.
When the new automobile lire engine
of Engine Company No. 21 thundered
around the corner into Hroadway a few
minutes altar noon to-day and down V
tha building at No. 381-63, at the Frank
lin street corner, the whole atrset
bussed and choked with people ssger
to see the hew (Ire fighting machine.
But Battalion Chief Crowley could find
no fire In the offices of Munn A Co.,
pisbllahsrs of the Scientific American,
whence the automatic alarm of fire had
No one In ths office would admit hav
ing turned In tha alarm and the wires
seemed In perfect order. The battalion
chief had his suspicions, however, that
somebody knew that the new fire engine
only answersd automatic aiarms and
sst off ths automatic signal In the
deslrs to see the fun. nroalway
seemed satisfied wtrh tha new engine
Only a day or so ago face broken out
with pimples and red spots. To-day
face clear and fair. This is the way
Poalam acts, quickly, surely and easily
driving away unsightly skin affections
All skin diseases, including enema,
acne, tetter, salt rheum, itch, etc., are
quickly eradicated by Poslam. Itching
is stopped at once. Common troubles,
such as pimples, red noses, rashes, etc..
respond so readily that overnight treat
ment is often sufficient.
POSLAM SOAP, used daily for toilet
and bath, will keep the skin la healthy
condition, and improve its color and
texture. Purifies the scalp; brings
health to hair.
All druggists sell Poslam (price. SO
cents) and Poalam Soap (price, is cents)
VP. m - 1 a Za. SB
rut nw samples write u ise simer-
S West Seta) Street.
MAN AND WOMAN HURT
AS AUTO HITS STONE PILE.
Chauffeur Says He Is Dafllfl kil
dare, Musician at Hotel
A mtn. who said ha was Daniel K 11
dare, s member of the orchestra at (he
Hotel McAlpln. this city, was driving a
touring car early to-day along the Mer
rick road near Central avenue, yueent.
when the machine hit a pile of atone:
Ths chauffeur and his wife and six-year-old
daughter were thrown out. but
only slightly hurt
Policemen Levy and iwgs of Jamaica
want to ths scene In another automo
bile. Ths man and woman, although
cut and bruised, refused medical inten
tion. The man was vainly trying to
right his car.
The policemen arrssted him anl he
ess locked up in Jamaica on a rharee
at intoxication. Mra. Klldnrs and bar
child want horns In a taxlcab.
Ks-Poatma.ler Dead la Jersey.
William Matari, pn'tmarter of Ail- '
Ington, N. J., during the Cleveland
administration and In the stationery
business In New York City for more
thsn thirty years, died In hie h. .in
here last night. He wae n vert-ran of I
the civil war. He was burn In Mid-
dletown. N. V.. seventy yearn ago. He
la srurvlved by a widow. The funeral
111 take place tn-iaurrow night from
his late home and the burial will be
On Wednesday In Warwl-k N. T.
How She) Waa Saved From
Surgeon's Knife by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
Mogadorr.Ohio. "The first two yaara
1 was married 1 suffered much from
female troubles and
bearing down pains
that I could not
stand on my feet
long enough to do
my work. The doc
tor said I would
have to undergo an
operation, but my
husband wanted me
to try Lydia K.
first. I took
three bottles and it made me well and
strong, and I avoided a dreadful opera
tion. 1 now have two fine, healthy chil
dren, and I cannot say too much about
what Lydia h.Finkham egetable Com
pound has done tor me." Mrs. LEE
MANGES. 0. P. D. 10, Mogadore. Ohio.
Why will women take chances with
an liberation or drag out a .sickly, half
hearted existence, missing three-fourths
of the joy of living, when they can find
health in Lydia h. t'inkbam s V egetable
For thirty years it has been the stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the health nf thousand of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc
If you want special advice, write to
den tial ) . Lynn . Maaa. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence.
. a.Ai tvef v i sa.S"hSas
AD9ULUILLT r SSShSk
Br SOLID OAK
$ 750 iv tlAAOO
HILP WANTED MALE.
aTTi autTX T'P teanT" r Kid-iay .nf'lrI. "tul
Mhj. OS,, 52-4 .ri)H lL
Chin, dwurator and painter (or ei unci patui..
Th. Tliouta. Co.. attleboro. llui,
All Isat nr fonad article, ad
veetleed In The World will he
listed si The World'. Inf.rma
Uon Bureau. Pslltter Bulldln
Arcade, rack Bow t World's
I Otoe n Offlre, northwest eer
asr SMU el. aad Broadway t
Werld. HarlMn Office. Bill
West ISStb 84.. aad Werhl's
Breeklra Offlra. SSS Wsaktnc
awasaiya, nr bo Bays
MID-DAY CAPARET RESTAURANT, TH FLOOR I
500 5-Piece Suite Slip
Made Complete, for
charges or taxations
At this price no telephone or
must be placed Ity custr
Manhattan, Brons, Ho!
Call and Make
Ow Ttrms a4pply to New York. AVk
.11 a Week Delivers $51 Warth of FaraUare la Yoar Home.
v att '49"
' SlBO Weekly.
4 Rooms Furnished at
'69 w $89
All Goafs larkH
la Plain rigares
750-752 8th Ave., Cor.
real (STATU FOR SALS
NEW JERSSV ,
FOB SALF. Im house os Isigs slot of Isafj
all Isiiirotesirals; 4 minute, to Matins. 41
silnutn to Ntw TnrS: IHW rash requlnd.
KMtm O. O.. 7 Crenlsg World.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
I wish to iH.miw S2.4U) uu first nviMian. n't
lunul fur tlu-ev ieni it t ir rent, inttmt on
n he uu.. .limited on lot uOlltM). BSBSI can
talna .11 Imiworenirnlr. .team hwt, tllert h.tti
liltil rrttllml.. Iianlwiml fluor anil trim. tlKiruiiiihlr
rtlt and iu rxnl ilrnn.n n.liihl.irliiNi.1; Nunii
nrr esM w ri I will funii.'i lasnfsaes
nolli-v .nil mr'fv nf tiinssnri .i title i-umi.ny
Lin i....M li ii II villi II AslIltV Hii'k.wlv
.inlt.el. ' iViuth IMods I'ark. N. T. i'boae
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Space on Young's old Pier, for
sea food restaurant. Directly
on boardwalk and ocean.
Also concessions for amuse
ments and demonstrations.
COCHRAN & GRANNAN,
Nsw York Ave. snd Boardwalk,
Atlantic City, N. J.
act HUDSON n RIVCR
iemn Rail Dasbrosaw at., a.40 . at I H
.j.i st A si.-, w. ijntb t.. a. a
Voaara. .4S . at, Issillns at Weit I'ulot. N.
barsn, Pilatfl fTh KlsaWSS l-olnt, Oat
lluuwin am) Albanjr. DaUi ticeut nuwlai. Vumui
tall MSJSSCtlSSS, Music. llMt.urant.
Hteamer V.imtlNi?JIBVINl make,
up trlna Tuesday. Thadai aad al r-
.i . nivuiuer nanunii .--'"- -
aK. tlrnniMlav. son r riiier.
rNTKB I.I.E(ll.TK BO.T K t KM.
ougnaeen.le, wimr. '"V," ",Ti
HOBfelKT ri'LTON" and. ".tl.BtNV will
...! W. till
Igftib hi.. io. an
mi.. 11.411 sad
at., to ana li t. w.t n
snd 1 1. gl . l.
-.,r n.aUi.liUl. seswillU, K.uil oi".V,'
Park tad all Jwetr aaaanle rewru. W.
Uliat W. Mth St.. 7 to A M N 48 A, M
A M 0 l U R.lt.-rv nrlr HiiiiU Fi
E .. n:t a. M . ll 80 A St . J -fi t
H.ilt leatlns New Ynrk 2.10 P, M. WBWMni at
RBhfjndi itii best njurslss u Ne Tort.
I.KAVK WBtrr laiUTIt gTKBCT,
ii 00 u lo. :uj, ll.lt -t. ii . U.oo. 1.41 'i0"
2 45 XMi 4.15. S.W, S.3. J -W. a. 40 f. at.
LBAVB I'IBK I. MlMlll HIVKK,
141 MM, II 15 A. M II 15 til 2II ?5
3 VAi 4 13 5.(0. I'. tiO 7 15 ti.1.1. V -Ui i 1
I.KttS, il KKI'I Ki llMil. I-IKK,
10 M II 4l A 9,i 12 25. 1.25. '-' 25 :t III. 155.
4.55. 5 25 1(1. 1.10, LIB, 11.25, 10 40 I'. M.
. r. I 1""'BI !2Httl St.. so crsia.
flBllnor Banks, 9tr. 'Taurus'
bally imsi Pier I. N. It ,r.ir at I B) 4 M.
ftrt .rekdfiv 73 rents. f .i, tiy. l.oo, Anc.ta
g 'd.tl.in. f .r I . In- Ste.arlM. In atlenl.nr.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
Iitttir Busdls ukas ;-i sgflli aiuli Bs4aeajy
tilt'il. Junt I .t..iil MP l . lu I- i..: ...
llronkl.n Kir tli'l tr.in. r.eaij. tt'. I.. M .
14 Mill st Kta t r. en
HKW ARIi 125 we return it vM van-i.
...! hn.liat siedsl to J. V. ImtMrlt. l
at. N. V. I'lliJ. lat t oio . mi.
. V. ti, tl..
$Q.98 $QQ.98 $
on Credit I
)lr li - -
I onunenring lue.ilav. June 17th.
anil emlinii Saturday, June (III, We
will lake onlcrs In make BMb ( overs
for any iie 3-pin frame suite of
furniture-. n long it is a regular
mile nut imM pierce), at tin. remark
nl.lv low price. These Slip I "overs will
In- made of our usual standard qual
ity, faat color Belgium striped
damask. We use only shrunk bind
ing, slid every cover, a usual, will be
guaranteed to have a Simpson
Crawford Co. style, fit and perfect
Our offer is for making Slip
Covers and furnishing all materiala
necessary for a 5-pirce parlor suite
complete. There are no extra
kind. $8.00 is all they will coat you
mail orders can be filled. Orders
in person and only applies In remilenta hi
I ity. Long l.laml t ity or lln-hmond.
t ... reurth Hour.
Your Own Terms
Jtnty. Long blind. Connecticut
at lUk alaaa:
98 $109 M im
Oar 1913 Catalog
46th St. SBiWlW
Irving Savings Institution
us cnamaen St., n. y.
"Kit Tmetrea hare dr. I. ml a dlrlilawl for th
all swaths ewUss inns .wit. milt, at th. rat. of
Four Per Cent.
SSS annum un ill main from S.1 u a.1.0M) miUIImI
thi-rrtn unilir the Hi lawi, ..)l.l. on ami altar
lull Mta, Ivtf,
II.- ...II. siailr on nr h.-f r.- July Mth will .traw
InUnnt rnWI July let. IWIS.
II. K. TKNKK. UEOHliE B. IK'NMNd.
1'rean.at. fW. rttary
BANKING AND FINANCIAL.
rata of 10 te 13.000.
mm or Wee. Jwiy IStk
I Juhr 1.1.
draw latersst ft
Cellar wrk. far bwakUu TaL Bssksssa ISM
CLARICE BROTHERS, Banker.
lMNasssaSt. (Triaajae Side.) Eat. ISM
W M SIM'S. i Irag.aiajsa).
Kcoay-fllatu ana muuw m ura
i SI Oaly Uo.ntueu
DIAM0ND5 Ht WATCHES 0M CREDIT
ill Malast la SB BSs latlarl Tsras.
ROYAL DIAMOND & WATCH CO,
t MalDBN LA.Ng. PBOB last OOBT.
DIAMONDS ON CREDIT.
'tar WggRLV OS VOVTHI.T HATM.cea.
Aajerleaa Watch A DltmondCo.
S MAIDEN La MB TW SSS7 (art
1.5 UlAMtihlJ UIM1. SI iaJ, jaailry leur.
awlatlt. out. UMrupuUuo, 12U W. 1251U.
SI OO Weekly. Urott' (lutein,
VelmiKiltl.n. 1 W. 125th
A new bonk runtalslrj a lie nf hotalt asd
bnanllns i-otttse., fn. on tptilli-atl.n tl the fol
lovlns L I. It. II. u a.t offlesil 170 Bmadvai.
153 W, I2lltli It., iu.1 I .fill Art. It .HJmj Ar
-tit. St rwk City: M atllal nu reoatpt of
lot. SSltSgS. t't th. (Kr.tral Paatajtr Astst,
L I. II It . tlllgrflrnll BlllSS. Nte York t'lty.
EDUCATIONAL, INSTRUCTION, AC
WANT A JOB I
WE GUARANTEE TO GET
WORK FOR YOU
ftlradr mnrh as m MOVIMi PICTI RK
lll'l II tl flH fair ill laXBBl Bl..-al.l5 a SSBSak
rmn H had a'tr a ffw wotska tralalna.
Wa mi i 't itair vthimbtw OT-a. amj jana
TAYLOk'S, 249 WEST 42DST.
( ome Mshl. If V.u Wei.
a HeLtwANTo lsc
oil lis x'TgT i flf, Tirlg i Jr ji
V .w7s wee 1 1 taxS
fJno MoAowav. cow. eMSatwaTShwsY
1S JUNE SALE-Thlrd Wel
No Let Up to Attraction!
That is whew cur Sales differ from the majority JUNE SALE meant safe
for n n onth, and every bunineiw day throughout June, will be a day of money-saving
in sea enable and desirable gnt-ds . . . Ipartrnerit spwlatriy represented are:
June Sals of Babies' Wear
During this sale, oorr.pletp outfit ran
ha IxMiirht ct great savings Baby
SSI I kept the pink of iwrfeotion
' rnd comfort at remarkably small out
lay . . For each special here quoted
a (Inarm other equriiy una valuer. :
No Mall m T.lenh.iea Onlen la t.alnwlat:
I.SSf Nainsook lla
Keg . 'J I Heg M...
Lena Nalaaaek nreeaee
Reg. a 41 I Rag- II M,
Dress and shirt worth B.SJ-.
Nainsook. Cambrtr. I.awn
RjS "'J'; w neck
to 3 yrs. . 20
to t yra . jlT $3.ga Drees
B I yn MS fll New mods
to yrs. r T4 or...iv tr
mos. to I yrs
While f.awa nressee
To I yra; reg. !
t'reeaera sa4 rtompera
Chsmorar and mngham
To 4 yra.; reg. .41
Whirls, Skirl., gltr.
Ribbed Shirts, seeonila,
of 3S et. itiallly
Unmet Night downs, rsg. ......
Img Domst Hklrts. reg. .9
Wool Klannil Hklrts. rag. .
Harrows to match, reg. .4
flannelette or Hornet Wrappers.
rag. .as u..
Dnlsv fHoth Wrappers, reg. ...
Hreal Regaetlaas la
Ha hi re' Fine laiak.
leaag aaS ahortl
Reductioni right through tha Una
Although many of uveas goods are
suiUbie for year 'round wear, these
prices are far Mow their value:
so and 54 inati rrearh Rersjee.
good colors. Including browns I
aad navy were sl.lt. now l.lO
U-lneh Tes-lsse Wklfe.rSs,
Tropleal Stripe SaltlasTe and
Mlalarea black and white, graya I
and tans-were ft.ll and BUI nil
42 and 41 Inoti Imparted Hesristts
loths-atrert and evening
ahadee ware .tt and tl.lt. - now ,ND
U-lnch All-Wnal Dlaawaala
fine range of colors. Including
navy W it quality now .in
IMnch Imp't'd Blaek Mahalra
M ct. quality now .nn
M-lnch Kaatllah airllleane.-
blsck and colore worth pLSl f4
4t-lnch Herrloahaae al"a---All
wool also silk snd wool Saltlasja
snd Taffeta finish afcesjaer
rheeka-dl ct. quantise 4f
54-lneh Treasa WMpeerde-
All wool-two apeclU values-
worth tl.S) and H l.lO at l.BO
Cream Herges. Mohairs. Poplins,
I l ignite. Is. etc. -full aaaortm.nta
tare values OO l.ON
Plain and Fancy alohalra
enlors snd black BO l.BW
Tha merest glanoa at any fashion plate
will reveal the great demand for buttons
No matter what the blouse, skirt,
drees or cost may be it tnuat have a
plentitude of buttons snd they must be
I'rarl Bellows -Plain or novalty,
white and smoked csrved, plain,
flsheye, with shank or sw
through oval, squsre. oblong
and round every slse used
per dnsen o SB 8.4N
Howe, UalalMh aad "Ivoewld"
Ball and Aeroplane all slses
all fashionable colors, white ind
hlaek-estenslvely ussd on linen
and ratine suits dos IB I
Waahable Battens white crochet
all etylee per dossn. .. .10 to i,4ft
I rlaanilne Slides-White and amoksd
oesrl a'tusre snd oval-
all slses esch S te .fft
Hhine.ione glides-Various shapae
and designs-each IB 1.10!
Another Lot of Boys' and Young Men's
New Spring Suits Just Reduced!
So time for particulars Rxpert Bsrgains
you'll And them- ALL NEW THIS SMNG.
79 cl. Strised Mssaslinss M kwa 5S
Navy and blaek with various width
IHLKl MAIN rUIOB.
4t cl. Worsted Checks M inch S7
Black and white small, medium
and largs cheeks very faahlnnable
for dresses end sklrta.
DSBag (iimiiih -main runna.
U rt.ysrd Wide Psrcslss T4
Htrlpes, checks, dots, rignres, etc.
I light and dark- mill lengths.
waah ngya.s iaubk h 3uSBBbwT,
2 et. While Unlaw Linens
IS Ini-h -soft finish-close weave -for
all drees purposes.
US IM MAIN IMinll
cl. fWI NschUre.
('ream nr white- atrting on wire or
thread also linlttUon Uory It to
17 Inches long,
jgwcfsT- bain rttoa.
in new VorKTsBqppino center. I
Women's Suit, Dresses, Costa.
Wrappers and Neglige.
Silk and Waahable Waist.
Misses' Dreeaes and Suit.
June Sals Specials
No. Mall or Telephone Orders.
VALl'KS without an equal
BUST VALLKS a gaaraW srrm....
We never ure it tjaiMtllttsSaty. . . .
It concerns reliability of issislasiMsi
timelines of style, satisfactory variety
and lowest possible priee Hsries. wtsm
wa amy JTeei l sin j, you may sspsst
exactly thla and nothing lass.
SC.M Heavy Btk Jap Silk Waleta.l.Tf
Dreaav aVssUss amh'd silk braia.
trim U or with plestwl frllia high or
low neck lung or short sleeves.
v Voile Waists l.SS
models -all-over smb'd tr slab-
orately trlm'd high neck long or
short sleeves all
$1 .SS Valla and Be tut. Walats 1 .J4
Venlae, vai. or Torcnon laos inswrw
Madura .mh'd pan sis various
oollara all slasa.
I S3.SS Ostrich Ptur
Black or while wiae.
SSe Women's Sailors M
White or black narrow or medium
brims silk ribbon bands.
ll.SS Woman's Untrtm'd Hate-. .l.SS
White or black hemp with or with
out velvst flsngae or facing.
S2.2S Taffeta Still Pettlcoata
side pleated flouncsa black
changeablee all lengths.
ESS Bays' Drees Bulla. MB
Voks Norfolk aad double breast
navy seises and fancy ehevlota de
sirable colore and weavee utaay
with eatra trousero I te M yra.
$1.4 Little Bays' Wash Suits 1.00
Psrialss. Ilnons, Oalataaa. ate.
wltite. colors and fanclsa Ituselm
and sailor IH to It yra
4S Boys' Sum mar Hata 3S
Duck, linen or rallns whits and
colors collage and rah-rali plain
aad fancy bands.
29c Boys' Blouses 4 to 18 yrs .IS
Kuaals'i style or at leaked collar
white and fancy percales also blua
$1.SS to W.S0 Man's Alpaea Coats 1.77
Black and grav luatroaw (imsa
tailor made all alaaa
Hold la raw of Mow.
4Sc Men's Negligee ShlrU
Striped Parcalea whits grounds also
blue chambray coat model attached
ouffs-14 to IT neck.
50c Babies' Soft Sale Skeee M
llutton whits aad tan kid sxlre
i nail ty - slses I li 1
$2.25 Women's White Pumps ... l.SS
Canvas fleilbls turned soles tai
lored bow wood Cuban heels
SSc Wsmsn'i House Drsssss SS
Psrcalea, strli.ee and checks esab'd
oollkr or ronttaat bands tl to M.
11.50 and f 1.75 Batiste Corsets .S4
Also light-weight coutlt tnsdtum and
extreme long -medium buat-varlwta
models II to tt.
SS.00 anal $7.00 Coutll Corsets 4.7$
Also novelty fabrics extremely long
medium and lots bust aaadsemely
trlm'd slses It to at.
$. Misses' Summer Dreaaea. ).$
Allover smb'y aad emh'd erepj
handsome models 14 to U yra.
12.B8 and $3.SS
Girls' Wash Dreeaes 1.SS
Imported Itepp white, blue aad pink
new long walat with wide belt
smb'd aeallope-4 to 14 yra.
$1S to $24 White Droeeee It.H
Kmb'd Crapes. Voiles and Battalse
with fine or heavy lace Insertlngs,
others with emh'y In colors snd
harmonising an tin or Dresden silk
girdles nlao dainty while crepes with
chiffon coal effecte
$1S.SS Shadow Lace Dreaaea 13.SS
A beautiful new model-wlth triple
flounces wilHt with soft net Insst.
pointed mesenllne eollsr aad girdle
of white or dainty colore.
llt.tS Silk Coats
Moire, isee ana
and colors medium lengths draped
or straight atttn or piaia trlm'd.
M0RNINQ SPECIALS- TofiHMTOw, Toeaggy. Ustll 1 9. M.
To prevent dealers buying, quantities restricted. Ne Mall or Talaphon. Ordera
fl.lt Tsllsrsd Madras Wsbts .TT
Whits with col'd etripee shirt style
also amb'd voile high or tow neck.
WAHTH - et'ONli K1XIOH
t$ cl. Wesjsa 'a Slsevslsss Gtssaats M
plain net or shadow lacee white
and ecru high sleek lawn body
with draw string.
Nn'KWEII at AIM PLOOB.
$2.M EasWsieered Vslle Rshss
Heavy raised patterns-plenty
banding, flouncing and plain 1
tanlal for any style dreaa.
( in in aiAjtfo ruxya.
rt. Mea'i Bsswlffsn UaSinwsf M
Khnrt sleeve shlrts-also drawers -double
KNIT I NPKHWEAH MAIN VLOOB --JUBAB.
31 ct. Seri' tlsusee 4 le 1$ frs Jl
Whits and fanoy psrcalea and Blue
ehainliray attaohed poller,
biivh ri'BNiHiM(tTBiBb noos.
Hoys' Clothing and ftrrdahirsm
Slaes. J M '
ssasjvji w Dmna awHa .
"Good mine mi m aasA"
t'aaw like the need aa araitt
No Man or Tilntias Oren
M Inch Blsached Maellaa
soft finish worth t
4 Inch Heavy I'nblearhsd
-4 Unblsaohed Hhretlnga
ar beds-worth .uTZT..
SM Unbleached Skeetli
JH aaehed-worth .IT
M Bleached-worth ..
. WIU Wash Bssner.
filUt iijjk jS Wava 'm!'"' aa
SI I MM Kit BB1 COVBKfetOS-
Kjlrs heavy I 'rochet -full alee
nssnmed or fringed out corners
or scalloped sdgss
worth tl.ta. .r!T
Marseilles Knre.ila h.m-.i ...
Reversion Hiikoline Cotnfovtahlee
a-ia. n saisen eoraer, si so
reisisn top witn turkey red
-worth MB i
Silk Mull Comforts blespUln
sua oorner lo maioti
tutted ceatre special ,
Kreaoh Sateen Coeafortshlse
rbd border to match
Pl'KK OnoSB KRATMKB PILLOWB-
est ticking oov a-sanitary
curw oa qdoi
hsM-warth fa a
RuperS SSrsafJSJ SBJ
reputation for theee goods. S
Eatraordlnary purchase of Imnertrt
A-urtatn in eta watts, iv.ry. Bslge,
fects-lt to M In. h.
Tlieretore .IB. .BS)
For goods worth B3 eta. te
Hun-fast Summer Draperies or
oottsge. boagalow or ally homee
small delachaJ figures witn
doubls borders, also plain colors
M lo 10 In. wide-sea greens.
coal nines, old rote, worm i.
and also rsda val. .it to
Importsd Curtain Madras-white
or ereem floral vines, allover de- 1
signs worth .tt to ...... .SB .BO
Imported Colored Madras white at
tinted aieunds FCmatre. festeea
and other attractive pattsrna .
for boudoirs, stc.-vsl. tl M TB
New Colored Casement Dripsrllg
snd Colorsd Muslins M laeh
about S) stvlsa light and dark
value .MH aa
New Fancy Curtalne
Nsw shipment of Croee Stripe Curtate
e.v.ll.. aewiarflaka eeounda
Mel - a.ViW-- S.Wev aau oeev
. ... - . . . ,. aa
full rasf. of sst-
Bpeclal Purchase Frsaeh Net
Bed Seta large centre paael and
corner inotlfa of Uenilessnas
deep valance bolster sham
while or Arabian worth MM ..S.BBJ
Men's LoB-lt-n Uncferwear
tt rta. instead at .SS
Rarauae of ahgfct BUU SI
will waah out tha ftret time i
Pin check snd pongee pur
shirts 14 ha 4a-drawers B) ta
Hubjsct 'o sugnt mui eiataa-
par f set price
Mali erdaee Bleed. Bag era
.4. la. t.dlate reoa.aae, BO
these BOrssewts wrttt afm II Be add
rakes aad there will a aa
la-lt-.a leeeasi la IBB
White or tinted grounag nasal,
chlnU and allover deelgna far
draperies aad slip oova
s la bo rate lace borders.
tZ4t Psetkse lad Ticks
Per full aad
quality ticking resd
tUS Beys' SsJls- ta tt raars BjSj
Norfolk and ilniihla hieaat Bnrtaa l
cheviots and ossslrosisa hsTllag.
bonea, stripes and mixtures waay
with extra ttnuaere. .
Bua (.larrniNu -rtiiai) ruajB.
red hrocha hordera.
TOW BIB MAIN
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