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YH iriffnro world, widhsdat( vvi is, mi.
ON YACHT, SHE
THROWS BABY AND
! SELF0VER BOARD
tailed by Explosion, Mother
Drops Child Into River
and Follows It
Braa Olbeon, the wlfa mt a
knows MMultlnt NilKMt and
eVske lrotT, urf Mr reur-monthe-oM
Oaty DtfkH mm Mar lolnt thslr
Sa la Spuvtea Dvyvll Creek to-day
k Are a soar lb le-root alaoa
yaoht Daphne, ownad by th.
and eacaored la tka ehannel
the ehere, drove lira Olbaon and
gear Safaat everhear.
tr. Olbaon wu not on the yacht thla
Sjavsaas wkoa aa Italian laSerer earn
t MM aaaaa ol tka varnish hi the
MbTI gaUar. Ho Mt a bottle of In
gensneahie liquid on tko raJloy atone
MM bo tame ta arranco tola burntr
ana. Tka boat caused tko liquid to
aBeaSe, eettlac tko tallty aJIre.
i Wkao aba aaw Ika ru.h at flamee
feasa tko sailer, btra. Olbaon, who atao
(bttlat eaeer aa awning on rho for
ward dock, became oanle etrtehen. Shi
ran to tko rail aad eaat bar ehlld Into
tho wot or; then, evidently boaldo hir
Mlf with foar, jumped Into tho lido
aad triad to reecue hor baby.
Jimes Cailary, on of tho crow of
tho Daphne, aaw Mrs. Olbaon'a loop
ant Immediately raced for tha boat,
hanclng aatarn by a palmar. Ila put
out for tho woman' body, whtl An
drew J. Malay, a boatman our okrhty
yoaro old. atartd out In another boat
from th (horo to roaoua tho Infant
Both mother and obIM ware brought
to aware unconaoloue and both were
revived before aa airbulanoe oame from
the Waahtngtoa Kalghu Hoop I lei.
Tho are waa aaelly eallafiilabsa.
SCOLDED HE STABS MOTHER.
Bay raaght After a roar Daps'
Search Held tar Speeial Seealaae,
For foar dare policemen and deteo
tlvea hive been eearehlng for Bmanuel
Dies af No lot kforrle avenoe, who hag
been known to them for long time aa
"the etgarmaher'e bad boy." He la
harged with having etabtoed hi mother
on the elbow Monday evening u
aha aakad him why ho bad been away
Bmanuel doaa not go to echool. ac
cording to hla mother, nor doe he
work. When abe undertook to rhld
him b caught up a potato knife from
the link and alaabed br elbow. He
ran from the houo when he aaw what
ha bad done. Detective K Ila found ma
to-day at One Hundred and fllatjr-flrst
treat and Morrla avenue and took him
before Magistrate Levy In Morrleanla
Court, who bold him for Special Ses
rona on a charge of Juvenile delinquency.
VAN DRIVER KILLED
BY HIS OWN TEAM.
Isaac Krane Crushed to Death in
Williamsburg, and a Panic
A runaway horee, with tha bridle aa
broken that Ike bit had dropped from
it mouth, ran Into th team harneaaed
to the moving van of loans Kraae of
No. U ! Selgel street at Humboldt and
Moor streets, Wllllameburg. to-day.
Krane waa knocked from the teat of tha
van. As he fell one of hi horaea
kicked him on the head and than the
team, alerting forward, pulled one of the
fore wheels acroal his neck, killing htm
Inetantly. rollceman Wllllgan of th
Sand etreet atatlon risked hla own life
getting the body out from under the
wagon while the horse war plunging
Th runaway, attached to a provlaion
eaion which John Bchaefer of No. 9
Broad atreet Maapeth, had boon driv
ing, galloped through Moore etreet. with
charter clinging to the aeat until It
waa etnpped at Or ham avenue by Po
licemen Noaky and ttrrrne. A eeoro of
pueh cart were overturned In the
court of th runaway along Humboldt
and Moore atreeta, and the Hand
atreet reaarvea were called upon to re
JUDGE LOVETT CALLED
BY LOBBY HUNTERS.
Senate Parses Rc?vlwtion That
Extends Investigation to
WAaTHTNOTON. June II. - Wenetor
Norrl to-day propoeed a resolution to
broaden the powers of th Lobby Com
mittee to call Robert S. Ixvetl of New
York to eaplaln statements that Union
Pacific and Southern Pacific authorities
had been approached hy peraona pro
feietnc to hav lnflu.net In the Union
Pacinc-Houth.rn I'sdflc dlwolutlon pro
ceeding. Senator Norrl declared that T.ovetti
tatment had to do with Senator and
other public fflclals.
After soma discussion tha Norrl reso
lution waa adopted by unanimous con-lent.
Hard Thing o Bay.
(Proa ih lanUaa aslk Mar.)
"Speaking of hard things to buy,"
poai erda Becky Ann, who baa road of
our trials along thla Una, "go to a gro
cery store and aak for a pound of mixed
cakes aa follows: T'd tlks a fw of those
honey love biscuits, soma of those
heavenly squares, put In a few darling
klaiea, soma of grandmother's specials
and make tha rest thosr princess dear
bare.' Tou'll boy them mixed but once,
tsks It from ons who'll nsvsr do It
Town Sapervleor Indicted.
I.ITT1.B FALLS, N. T.. June II
Tha Herkimer County Orand Jury to
day brought twenty-two Indlctmonta
agalnet William Wright, aupervlsor of
the town of Wilmurt, on charges of lar
ceny through false entries In the town
rororda The Orand Jury alao Indicted
John K. Kenney of Albany for perjury
during tho trial of tha Little Fall tex
tile atrlka eaaea.
Is the Target'
Aim to make that strong-ana digestion good and yoo.
will keep wall I No chain Is stronger than It weakest
link. No man la stronger than hla stomach. With
stomach disordered a train af diseases follow.
Golden Medical Discovery
a ears. Made fraaa
bom by di useless la
awawb beehhr, the Hver eenve aad the
and ttratlad ilh. ul th. im of al
el SLOP pet kettle for ever at years.
of awe I
A. T. SUwsrt ft Co
For Tomorrow, Thursday, June 19
The Unprecedented Large Sale of Lien's Suits
we made two weeks ago has been commented upon. It has also had the effect of bringing
out some other fine lots. We have had the preference of ,
taking over two splendid little lots of
Nineteen Hundred Suits
just one suit to every 600 of New York's well dressed men.
In addition we have lowered prices on the finer grade suits
in our own stock to match the values newly created by the
present condition of the clothing market
In All 3,605 Fancy Suits
413 suits of $25 grade
51d suits of $27.50 grade
548 suits of $30 grade
46. suits of $32.50 grade
297 suits of $35 srrade
nr 'ZZa 0n Burllniton rWeWh Floor, Nw Budding.
189 suits of $18 grade
392 suits of $20 grade
461 suits of $22.50 grade
325 suits of $25 orrade
in turn New Storm for Men, Broadway, corn Eighth.
Another Good Drive
The collection ii composed of
three-piece suits in 380 patterns in
many slmdi's of gray, blue and
brown; conservatively cut, and with
soft rolling fronts; half-lined and
full-lined; sized Si, to 50 regulars,
longs and stouts.
Please Notice Three Things
First Not being choked up with
heavy stocks of our own manufac
ture we do not have to force sales
of any miscalculated surplusages.
Second We are open at this time
to consider offers of the 100 and
more good manufacturers desiring
us to help them out
Third Certaip frantic advertisers,
not in the market for reasons above
stated, seek to discredit all of these
exceptional sales of their brethren,
not knowing that many of the suits
in our sales have been specially
made up for us within the last few
weeks for the purpose of turning
merchandise on hand to cash in the
bank for actual needs.
No one can finance at the banks
with bales of yard goods and cases
of suits. The only way is to put
the suits in our hands to sell
A man who buys one or two of
these suits saves a lot of money for
himself and also helps us to help
For Convenience the Men's Store suoX will Again Open at 7:30
(To Enable Men to Shop on Their Way to Business, and Not Lose Time.)
The service will be quick, comfortable and satisfac
tory extra salesmen of experience (some coming from
our Philadelphia store), extra fitting room, and extra
facilities all along the line guarantee this.
AHerationA wQl be made without chart
Men coming from New Jersey by the Hudson tube
will find special motor busses at Ninth Street and Sixth
Men from New York. Brooklyn and all points
reached by railroad entering Grand Central Station can
take Subway direct into the building (Astor Place Station).
June Vacation Sale
pri ft7uftYo (Ml
Overcoats. bsbbUbTsV hw. M TdV m I I al B j
Where QumMy una Frtce Meet on a ton is ent basts
Jaaa V ara! Ion Sale
Women's sod Blisses'
Smart Summer Dresses
For Mountain, Seashore
Ordinarily the A
Prices are - M
$6 to $8 JJU
Voiles Ramies Cossacks
French Linens Tissues Crepes
Influenced by our spot cash offer, the
manufacturer made a radical concession in
price to us, and now we in turn pass our
saving on t you.
As t'.ie illustration shows, they are clever
coat and skirt models following; closely
;he prevailing style-trend of high-priced
Inasmuch as the quantity is limited,
there being only 220 dresses in the as
sortment, we urge early selection.
Summer Wash Skirts, 1.98
"The thing" for boating, driving or walking
on vacation dayi. They're here In Repps,
Linens. Cordellnes the styles of the hour, and
as up to dau as To-morrow. The i rice comes
second only to th quality. All sites
case Vacation Sale-
June Vacation Sale-
$2.00 Tabh Goths.
For country homes, bungalows, ett,
heavy linen TABLE CLOTHS with
colored borders and scalloped
edges, silver bleached German
linen. In pretty designsi pink or
piue ooraers. Keg. H oo,
' Jane Vacation Sale-
Low necks; umbrella torchon lace
finish at knee; regular and extra
Jane Vacation Sale-
15cLaces yd., 8c
PLATT VAL. EDGES AND INSER
TIONS from t to 3 inches wide.
Regularly tSc per yard.
FRENCH AND GERMAN VAL.
EDGES from Va lo 1'4 In wide.
Regularly 59c, per dot jQr
The "Favorite" at It Is an excel
lently made Spalding racquet, that
will give satisfactory use. Others
The "Geneva" M0
The "Greenwood" 800
The "Lakeside" 3.00
Wright & Dltson's Champion
Balls, each 45c
-June Vacatloa Salt-
36-tnch PURE IRISH LINEN In
the ramie weave; newest
colors. Reg. 49c, yard..
RATINE STRIPE CREPES In light
blue and white, lavender and
white, also plenty of black and
white. Also Percales and Flow
ered Batiste. Reg. iSc. f
Jane Vacatloa Sale
Special Vacation Sale of
, Cool and dainty Summer Hats for wear ith the Summer toilette, and
suitable for the week-end concert or afternocei promenade. To veil your
straw is Paris' edict. Green Is the contrasting shade for whit hats this
season, and now comes this opportunity to satisfy your taste and your
Untrimmed white chip; all the new large shapes. Including the
cinngjiea sanors, so niutn m r V5C
Smartest and newest blocked shapes, of bleached
a i u. " wA..e4 aultk orotjrun i mm
I j mm . pnui cram; cugn vuuuu - a
Braid Hats ribbon, kg. n.95 u
$5.00 Trimmed Hats, $3.45
A beautiful collection of White Hemp and Satin Combinations, white
straw trimmed with net. satin ind wings; .lso a i.umber of atractlve black
hats, combined with net and satin.
Ilnfrimmrf A clearance ol Hemp, Domestic Milan and Imitation hair;
UllUlUUUCU ,11 mni ,u,- 1. urn, nivv
Hats brown, also black. Formerly Si.uo
to S4 00
39c. 69c. 95c
June Vacation Sale 1
WOMEN'S EMBROIDERED COR
NER HANDKEKCHIbfS also plain,
lace trimmed, and all around em
broidery. Keg. 19C.
MEN'S ALL LINEN HAND-EM
BROIDERED INITIAL HANDKER
CHIEFS also plain and colored
border. Reg. 19c.
Jane Vacation Sale
Swirls of Ribbons
FANCY SASH AND HAIR RIB
BON In self-colored brocades, also
SATIN and MOIRE STRIFES pink,
light blue and white.
tV and 6ti In.; reg. 48c & 58c 88c
5 and Ski In.; reg. 35c and J9c..28c
-Jane Vacatloa Sale-
(as illustrated); of soft
voile; an exceptionally
with the new yoke ef
fect; front and large
collar handsomely em
broidered. Also many
other styles In fine ba
trimmed . . .
BLOUSES of fine voile
(as illustrated); a styl
ish model elaborately
trimmed with wide
shadow lace; collar and
sleeve finished with
f lalted net. Also a beau
Iful assortment of other
stunning models, made
of fine doted Swiss,
. Wat I wllk h.nst ..k.nIJ.... J .
fancy voues ana snccci w uiuci ami caoice a
In all a notable collection, revealing fashion's latest style-trend, introducing
touches of color that are most enhancing. Some of embroidered voile.
also other effective designs in tine oatiste, nanasomely designed with fine
Val. laces; hand emrromery in exquisite designs and oapy Irish;
all the newest shaped collars
June Vacation Sale-
Tub SllkS & FOUlardS
36-Inch Tub Silks; satin stripe.. 48c
36-Inch Tub Silks; large variety.
40-Inch Foulards; new designs,
Jane Vacation Sale-
Jnna Vacation Sals-
Women's Long Kimonos
LONG KIMONOS of flowered crepe; all the newest colorings; light and
dark grounds; front and fancy sleeve finished with shirred mes- a A
saline ribbon I.OV
LONG KIMONOS of fancy Swiss, In pretty floral patterns; loose model
with plait at should; front and kimono sleeve finished with era- -0
broldered scallop VoC
Socks, 2 prse,
Fine quality solid colored cotton;
all colors; worth 20c pair.
-June Vacation Sals-
June Vacation Sale-
Offering a limited quantity;
frame; soft mattress of khaki
ered with wind shield.
Combination Towel Offering j.ooT
SAN-KN1T-ARY TOWEL ASSORTMENT for the country or seashore,
put up In boxes containing ONE HEAVf BATH TOWEL (larre alze) ONI
HtAVV BATH TOWEL (medium size), TWO FACE TOWELS and a WASH
CLOTH. Each in sealed germ-proof packet, ready to use without first
Jane VaeaMos Sale
STRIPED PLISSE In various size
stripes for summer dresses. RIP
LETTE a rough dry fabric; nar
row and medium stripes. Require no
ironing or mangling lust wash and
dry, and they're ready for use. Reg.
lie and 30c yard.
-June Vacation Sale-
Women's Pumps, Colonials
Most of them are regular $3.00 values (Main Floor.)
A Special 0lier.ng to int. o ace the New Main Floor Shoe Department
A surpassing event. Each style the latest. Every leatuer is here,
uon i pass h-dui,
Tan Kldskin St Calfskin.
Tan Calfskin, Gunmetal
Calfskin, Patent Coltskin,
Tan Calfskin. Gunmetal
Calfskin, Patent Coltskin,
turned soles. All
SEED TIME AND HARVEST
A taMi of mI planting in Uvs United States which was compiled from reports of tha
Department of Agriculture is ens subject alone In the
1913 WORLD ALMANAC
that man are Interested la
OCT A CO FT. U ON SALE EVERYWHERE. 23a ii
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