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THI EVIHIlfO WOILD, MOW DAT, JUKI It, ltlS.
Hbident Tells The Evening
eWorld Correspondent It Is
. a Harmony Measure.
:U(NITES ALL INTERESTS.
Dtelires That Within Forty
eight Hours the Bill Will
Samuel M. WiUtmm.
mnAam of Te
flTfflTTft" D. C. June M-
t Wllaon la endeavoring to play
Ml of Hio "Qroat Harmonlaer" of
and financial Interaato and to
Mlsi about banking and oarreney re
kad a lone talk with tho Proaldant
uaaj mini in ine wmie nran omcee.
OMaMo tbora waa burning haat. but
tbflt oflw were aool and tha Preeldeirt
oak. Mia aaha piaeidity
of portntt of a alalia drop of par-
Mi kla brow, not the all btaat
to kU collar.
ponaoaa art unxtad enough to
,t ka la cold-blooded In both
I and mental characteristics
It la that Wash lag ton 'a traaloal
Sail, to rufflo him In tho leaet-
oontraat to kla prodocaoaor
Thla la why Mr. Wllaon eg-
to tho jaeglerg of Tha Evening
what no la trying to do In tale
g curraney altuauoa:
appeared, ha MM, amsnf
aaaaber of man with whom ha
1 a harmony of purpoaa. hut
karmotiy. of opinion aa t how to
about oar lain eassgss la lawi
bangle ad curraney all
at prcecat ayatam waa not
aad that noma improvements
plodding procedure there la evolving
EXPECTS TO HARMONIZE ALL
THE ELEMENTS AT ONCE.
Th President aal4 lo ItM thla morn
Inf that Ithln forty-eight hours ha -pei-ted
that thrrr anuld ' rought
nh-ut a harmonising of all i-lem.nte
anil ail np.nlnns that would crystallise
Into a single bill In tie presented a
Congress It will not be a Wilson bill
nor an Admlnlatratlon bill, nor meraly
removllr Mil. He hoes that It
will meet with the a proval of ninny
Republican as aa ni.tny Humo
Tha President aald that he would not
attempt to outline Ita main prlnclplea,
lecuao It would he mnile public Iti
ron' ret" nnrl final for-n within a few
daya. Heeldes, tha crystal la not yet
completely formed, although the con
gaal.'ng prueeae la working rapidly
Mr. Wllaon completed yeNterday tha
measage on the suhject that he In
tenda eenillng to Congress eome day
thl week He said with n emlle of dry
humor that while tho first draft had
been made he had "put It to eoaa" for
ii few daya to aae how It would come
out. He la expected, to read It at a
Joint aesalon aa ha did hi tariff MP
Itraalllaa Mlaletrr f'omlagj.
Tha Braallsan Minister and hie ataff
of sixteen persons will arrive In tlila
ally lo-ntgM at forty minutes after I
o'clock over the Ihlgh Valley Itallroad.
The legatlin la on Ita way from Hethle
hrm, Pa., to Boston and la travailing In
two private ears
mm: SAYS WIFE,
MOTHER OF TWO BABES
WITHIN ME YEARS
"Cruelty" Also Consists in Not
Living Always in l uxury
of Bridal Tour.
opposing the award or IIW a monl'i
alimony In a separation ruse In which
he represent the husband-defendant,
former Magistrate Wahle. before Hu-prem.-
Court Justice Qaffi tn-duy laid
aires upon what be termed a serious
mlatske common umong bridegrooms.
This la their custom of taking thel
brldes to feahlonable reaorta to epend
the honeymoon amid hotel surrounding
of elegance that tlicy are not likely to
enjoy again In their Uvea.
It waa In tha case of the good look
ing wife of Hugo Oreenberger, a Har
lem merchant, who allege her huaband
la cruel heenuae he ha not klased her
during the tbreo years of their mar
ried Ufa. Juatloa Uoff reserved decla
im! on ier (indication for alimony.
The c.iusi o: the marll.ll Infelicity,
In the ilrccnticger liunte, aald M: I
Wuhle. SSgSfl whan the middle-aged
Riarehaal "look hla e'fc, then a young
it'siiosTraphcr . out of i ll-irlern lene
nont." On their honeymoon they vls
Nai I'alm Ilea h and other fnhlonjlile
resorts, sriil daaaled by the BMgSUIetlieg
of the hdtgll at which they stopped
Mra. Ureenbrrger expected the same
luxury ever afterwaed Iter husband
1j not wealthy, aald hla counsel.
"Two children have blessed thla
union." declarvd the lawyer, "yet she
allege her huaband hna never klMseil
her. (the has had two chlldn u In three
year. Hhe ought to be lid by her ear
back to her liaulee! '
other charsea against Oreenhergrr
were that he had bern physically abus
ive, striking Ids wife on several oc
i aalona with hla flat. He sometimes
came home Intoxicated, hrr SMSStl also
The I irecnliergcra formerly lived In
the Kllereile Apartments, No WO West
One Hundred and Kurt y -first street.
BUCKNER TELLS CHURCHES
WALDO IS RESPONSIBLE.
Mot ccnseil ns Thief. 1
Howard rlrnescu, fifteen, of No. 41J
West One Hundred and Twenty -first
atreet, la a prisoner at the Chlldren'e
Society charted with Juvenile delin
quency. It la aald iy hla parents that
he laft home about week ago. Tha
police say he returned! yeatcrxlay while
hla parents were away and atole a gold
watch and locket from their apartment,
the property of Mia Genevieve Law
rence, a social worker. Ha was aj reefed
by Detective Daly.
Commksitmer, Not Mayor, He
Sas, to Rlame for (Con
ditions. In addressing the Federation of
('bur' lies at Ka, 1 Madison avenue thla
morning. Knwry R. Buokner, counsel
to the f.'urran Committee, aald In part:
"We have been waiting In vain for
some of our rrltlra to meet our evidence
with their evidence if they have any.
The only answer we can secure to our
eworn facta Is the charge of 'polite a.'
la It 'polities' for ue to let you know
what the records ahameleaaly disclose
that the Commissioner haa permitted
nearly three hundred police officer ac
cused of grafting to Investigate them
selves'' '4a It 'polities' for ua to tell you that
the Police Commissioner waa warnel
that Backer waa grafting under hie very
none, and that warning came from such
man aa Commissioner of Accounts Ray.
monil B. Koedlck and Chief Magistrate
"Many gar 'Yea, you have proved all
your staiemente Commlaeloner Waldo
Is incompetent and guilty of maladminis
tration, but you ahould not have roo
ommended hla removal. That looks Ilk
pollf Ics.' What would they have ue do
with an admittedly Incompetent com
mleeloner? Preaent him with an en
grossed gat of resolutions or a new auto
moblioT "Other say, 'But Commlaeloner Wal-
Sa la only tha Maynr'a man Friday.
Vou ahould have held tha Mayor re
sponsible.' Our gnawer la that this
Investigation haa been founded upon
facte and not upon political, theories, or
auppoaltlona. Our Indictment agalnat
the police commissioner conelsta of
twelve counta, each aufflclent for his
removal. There Is no evidence before
ue, which ahowa that the Mayor had
speclflo knowledge of these twelve
claagee of acta."
oy Aviator Head.
RAI.TIMORR, Ii, June l-Archle
Rrwln Caltrlder, seventeen years old,
aald to be the only boy scout in the
United Mlatea that haa ever paeecd
successfully the examination In "avia
tion," for which he received a gold
medal about eighteen months ago, died
at the hume of hla father here yester
day, after an Illness of ten montha.
FLIES UP 16,480 FEET
WITH TWO PASSENGERS.
Aviator Udmon Perreyon Breaks
Another Record for an
VIENNA, June 11 The French avi
ator, Rdmond Perreyon, who holds the
world's altitude record for an aeroplane,
both for pilot and pilot and one passen
ger, to-day broke the world'a record
carrying two paaaengera.
He reached a height of JA.4M feet. The
record with one passenger la It, kit feet
To many a dish sad s I
pcttgev for swary
TNS OSaMfeaL WOajCSSTI
Aa Mltfwasable relish far atSaw
SoM ty Greeert fPWiaaag
Ad Appeal to Wives
You know the terrible affliction that
comes to many homes from the result of
a drinking husband or eon. You know
of the money wasted on "Drink" that
ia needed is tha home to purchase food
and clothing. ORRINR haa saved thou
sands of drinking roes. It ia a home
treatment and ess be gives eacretly.
Your nosey will ba refunded if, after a
trial, it hat failed to benefit. CoaU only
91.00 a box. Kor aale by Riker-Hege-man
Daws Stores. Coma in and get a
free haejMit and let them tctl you of the
good ORRINE ia doing.
R H. Macy eV Co.'a Attract Una Are Thai Lsw
L Harass Square. ehjaaeJ
CLIARrLY OIFINID LIKt
TNI TAHIFF QUESTION.
aaaatloa waa sot a clearly de
sa Vsa tha tariff. Ig that re
there ware aha aaplleit directions
of tho awustry as eauaaeid at
to brtng abowt a rwiixewn and
of tha urst. It Was aUls
Vsarara a definite point with the
all ahartad est but regarding
oy ajaeetlasg It la very different
toare are sd elesnr defined
af procedure lard dawn la party
gsi or by tko public
fact, est rangy reform Is sot s
queatloa at alL ',
J" aWaJtal tsMai
ffatw ef sag glossal la.
jeA has gpgslgMw as Idea spam
tmUvhUtH aseajskwss sPltSS
aatss st apaatas ssfjs eete aasaava
MbimbSM tha asM ss tegaas
' V J.
pa wag not trying ta promulgate
theory of hla own either on the
tto party or tho country, la
ha bad no preconceived Ideas nor
ha consider himself an egpart
SMS tbe involved guaotlona.
Asst hare la where tka PragMant aa-
BtJsf that wonderful tact snd Infinite
ajjagglg asi gill Ii ha possesses to bring
tasether sM.at get thorn ta think
gradually along tha same lines.
have been many Iniormal coa-
eea and much correspondence with
Skinner and conditions of mea
nt aconomlce, monetary eg.
Congressional leaders, bankers.
guatneea men. Iattera from many
Who could not come to Washington
hsgag been received and from them tha
JShgeMent learned that there la an
ajgnaeat hope exprvaaed by Uie financial
SJBjl commercial Interests of the country
thgu remedial legislation cun ba en
SStad noon. The demand la second In
lea urgenoy only to the nation-wide
igajlllliii for uulck passage of lbs
Out of all thla patient and almost
I Pairs lor toe
Sfjspcd on a
We Want Every Man to Know About This Great
Money Saving Sale of Every Suit in Our
Retail and Wholesale Summer Stocks
at the Hacked Car hart Stores
Commencing To-morrow, Tuesday, 7.30 A.M.
Never in all the history of
clothingdom have such values
been made possible to men in
New York and vicinity. Our
complete stocks of exclusive high
grade men's fancy suits, includ
ing blue serges, will be disposed
of at tremendous savings. Every
garment in the offering will bear
All four stores
will open special
ly at 7.30 A. iff.
with an extra
corps of salesmen.
Our regular prices are lower
than any other dealer's, and at
these special prices are absolutely
lower than such high grade
clothes were ever offered at fee-fore.
Fabrics Shepherd checks, Club checks,
Pin checks, Pencil stripes, Blue serges and
many other exclusive weaves compose the
assortment. Every suit bears the usual
Hackett-Carhart guarantee to be all-wool
or money refunded.
Models The models include every
type from the conservative three-button
sacks to the popular English patch pocket
models. There is a model for the man
of every build.
All Suits in Our Large Wholesale and Retail Stocks Which
Were Priced from $13.50 to $45, Will Be
Divided Into Six Lots, Priced-
Several hundred suits $'
values up to $18.00
Several hundred suits,
values up to $21.00
Several hundred suits $
values up to $25.00
Several hundred suits
values up to $30.00
Several hundred suits
values up to $35.00
All our finest suits that
were $40.00 and $45.00
SHIRTS, 95c SHIRTS, 95c
For this event we have made one large
group of all our $1.15, $1.50, $2.00 and
$2.50 shirts, comprising a wide range
of colorings and patterns in percales, madras
and Russian cords, with soft and laundered
cuffs, in all sizes and sleeve lengths.
Near Chambers St.
Opposite City Hall
at 13th St.
Nesr Union Sq.
119 West 42d St.
154 East 125th St.
Near 3d Avenue
Broad way.MthfeejeJ, ft.
SUGGESTIONS onlv nf th
, J sjv mum-
tude of special values with which Macy's com- t
mences the week.
"Fruit of the Loom" Bed Mnshn. 1A OH
Sheets I rorn 54 in x 94 in. at 49c up to 9o in. U2H in. at
99c. Crib sheets, pillow cases and bolster cases to match:
Plaio Color Crepe from Jinan. vtL. Mr
AISO at 2fV fltlH Okf All Hartt-lnunwrl U-J I tjt jT
Japanese unmade robes, $)J9. . . .
. . . BaaWeTjslsl BT1 aaaaaatjaSB.
$2.75 Meataline Petticoati. 11.89
. U& including white crepe de chine Petticoats,
at 42.79, and heavy messalineTetticoats VJ3.96. rM. .
$3.00 and $3.50 House Dresses, $1.79
Choice of four rrwtola in all CI IK (mm ia i A A MS
JLJr 1 1 vii i xtt ij r. mi, 13
Chambray dresses at 99c. . T
Women's Bathing Suits at $6.94
Choice Of six mrvii-k in natinv. mvolTr -i:
. ... eww. Tl. W ..Bgg agakSS7lllleia I1IUIIC LAJL ' 1115
and silks. Finer quabties at SUM. U7J9 anrf jf? V)
Talis Jfi., SSih St,
$1.25 Striped Voile Blouses, 79c
New model with flat shoulder front collar.
12.00 Blouses at 17 .20 i?m RlAiica. nt rrim k.i!.i., 1
cotton crepe, SI. 98. nit4
rl i NssMM Sale includes 415,000.00 worth of merchan
dise, all absolutely new and fresh, and so priced that you
tet from two to three handkerchiefs for the price of one.
ri Pries Rings, for women's. 12c and 15c Handler,
chiefs for 6c up to 42.50 to 45.00 AppenitU Handher.
chiefs at 98c. Dozens of sips and hinds for men. at
y vfsvr srvrrvswwv j tarty srg.J . asflggsjm JTIm
CoWh Hammoeka at t1 fi7
rr:nA. n..i:i:.,. An n a i . . . - . .
i iiici qusiuica nv aiiu up io siv.t. Kaciicai reduc
tions on awnines and stands, and on Summar Pnmit-nne La
Women's Coats and Wraps, $12.74
Macy's prices were 418.74 to 427.74.
Fifty of them, in eponge, serge, ratine and fancy tweeds.
Women's Wool Plush Sport Coats, $26.75
The latest novelty woven in France. Straight Thm
kimono sleeves, patch pockets and convertible collar.
TaarS U Bwaa
Summer Curtains Typical Macy Sarinfi
A huge variety, ranging from 41.25. Scrim at 74c.
Marie Antoinette and lacet Arabian at 41734,
NoTsltr Silu, at very important reductions include, at 41.69,
Silhs that are usually priced at Macy's from 43.49 to
46.89. Among them are embroidered, bordered, troche,
and Oriental printed Voiles and imperial Foulards and
rs Sifts at 89c include those which were 41.24 to 41.49;
among them are Silh and Chiffon Voiles, Satin Brocaded
Foulards, and Satin Stripe Marquisette.
ix. asth at.
Women's $12.00 "Cape May" Coat Dresses, $8.94
For the beach, for tennis and the out-of-doors. One-piece
Women's Ramie Linen Suits, $12.74
unoice or two cnarming models. Finer qualities up to
jajj. i or uua oi zig-tg ramie.
Boys' $2.50 to $5.00 Wash Suits. $1 fiQ
For boys of zyt to 10 years. Sailor, Russian and Beach
Styles. Saaeaad TL, SdaS St.,
Snecial Prices on Summer Dreaa Fahrira
All wool shenherd checks at f vA 7Qr- Nlmnlfu
- - r . ef I vi if . i, gpffU
eAA rv riirrrn of AS-- anrl t? I lnn)iiiAi-tl aa s aViaexee. 4 JO. t -
iicani o-caav ot tui, oiiu 3i i rwcu iu"wwi ouiwng ai fdC.
S2.00 Waist Patterns from Janan. $1 10
Exquisitely embroidered by hand. Mlh l
Hand-Embroidered Chemise, 99c
Finer qualities S1.98, 42.49 and S2.97&W specially priced
Hand-embroidered Gowns and Petticoats, 42.97.
Tali n.. Satfe at,
Wnman'l rrtlnnial Pntnna af
Including 16.00 White Ruclcslcin: c ro nr
Pumps and 15.00 patent Pumps.
Sale of Fancv Linena and N'tnarv
Towels. Table Cloths. Dress Linen, etc.. vpru cnsu-lalli.
I.;,i ' " ' -rwww
r","r"- Beread iw
Savings en Floor-covsringg include the"Miles Standish" Rat
Rugs (made especially for R. H. Macy Sr Co.), and
Mood) Rues from India, which are closely woven of fine
durable fibre. These are reversible, and suited inmutAt S . .
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ret tiiifg are ojjerea savings ojHto M ON prices else-
where. All m standard sues, and each one perfect, fresh
and desirable in everv mav ln "wm.1' uii.
. .. ,11 .... ' W ese wr -inrvw
vun (ensvieg tnt-rn.
feartk fl.. aweadaras.