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HARE BOOK' AGENT,
PR GREAT SALE,
1CK UNDER ARREST
touth Who Got Small For
tune From Society Man
Brought From West.
SAYS HE IS INNOCENT.
Wd Fare of Detective to Show
'Willingness to Face Grand
Larceny Charge.
nrr B. Sewell. the daTTar ynnnr
leSflafe Student," who la Bald to havn
eld about a quarter of a million dol
aWM worth of rare editions, auto
CnKh and other knick-knarka ' u to
Us) Mart of a bookworm to J. Mnry
the youns aoclety man of No
MM FWty-oroni atreet, before the
saftoeent enthuelael diacovered that hi"
ptTehaaea Were not worth one-fifth of
tat tall exacted, arrived to-day from
left Aneelea. win irrated on
m parrant charting rrejirt larceny on
well came In tha nratody of Detao
tHba Haesaman and Kin of tha lvoa
Atsjelee fore. Ila avan paid tha fare
OiV Detective Kin to Injure hi rood
ftp In hla offer to coma wllllhgly to
Saps fee cttaraee aaalnet him, and when
bey waa arreated In the California city
Ml m be waa aettln- off for a pleae-
trip to the muuntalna ha waived
, eatreflttlon end took the Hrt train
rard.
I am Innocent." waa all Rewell would
upon Ma arrival at Police Head
"and the eomer 1 am tried
I better I. will like It."
IT TO T0MB8 PENDING $15,000
BAIL.
Bewail wae arraigned hefrire Judire
"ester In J'.irt I. of leneral Ben Ion an 1
11 requret that lie be allowed to enter
a plea of not sullty now with privilege of
ajrlthdrawln that la In a week kuj
' SaaUl by H e Judge. Ily rnrvaent the
Urac of pleading waa then put over until
SVidny and Howell waa aent to tlie
faaaba until hla lawyer onnld arranxe
tha tU,SS bond aet ea ball by ilia Judge.
The sperlflr charge asnlnat the wll
treeed jroun man of pollened manner
aad adrtrem la the larveny of S6,7to
Mr. Wllleta. The indictment, found
the Orand Jury here alt weeka axo.
S upon the comttlalat of tha ant hut -
4
sjanrtera.
3
ft
tie hook collector that Bewetl had
pledged fire varuaM gttrMrfgphg' ahlch
he had purc,hel for Mr. Wllleta wttt;
tha t.ioain Netloeal iinok and ree etvoa,
a pcreonnl loan uimn the photo(raphd
In the um named. Si count waa found
on the funny other trnnactlrtna between
thu wealthy yoiinir unlety man and the,
hookeeller BlkMkf the Willet Itnrary
was atockod with hundreda of volume
not hoariy ao rare aa the price paid for
them.
SAID HE WAS WORKING HIS WAY
THROUGH COLLEGE.
The acqnalntam-a between the mltllen
alre anrlMy man, whoae wedding with
Mlea 'llnrtva llloodgnoil In the aprlng of
!li) wae one of the Important enrlal
rventa of th i arrurnn. and the atudloua
young fellow who eald ha waa trying to
W'rk hla way throush the Columhla
Medlral flrhool began In Novamber, W
A Mr. Von Wnldcn. whom Mr. Wllleta
l.m w aa the agent for the book firm of
'lonrgn llarrle It Bon, Introduced Powell
to Mr. Wllleta at the hitter a home.
Sewell poaed aa an expert on rare hooka
and one In a pontti'n to aciitlre the
fancjeat In (he tiookloyrr'g realm, and
hie patron waa ready to do bualneaa
with him.
Tha amateur collector's flrat plunge
waa the purrhane, through Pewell, of
a twenty-volume aet of Alneworth'a
works for 1100. Then came an ex
p iidllure of a paltry $i for a aet of
the "Qiiccne of BlUtaBw In rare bind
ing. Followed In quick aucceeiloa lha
purchaae of rare editions, beautifully
hound, of Mollerea worka, tha colleo
tlon dcnornlnati'd, "KcnllMa and Ho
mnntlJ-Uta." a "l.lfe of Napoleon," "The
lllatory and I!omnne of Crime" and
ora of other agat tlona afterward
naaayed by I M. RepMSSj a book ,.
P' rt reennmiended hy the ITnlted Stat' a
I :tilct-A ttnrneyB office, aa fine esam
ple of "Ittemry gold brli'ka."
It la auld by the I N1 r Irt-A ttnrney'a
office "hat e hen he awoke lo the true
IfgUIIHI IIUI o.' hla literary partner
ahlp Hlth Sgwetl Mr. W llleta dlacovnrod
that tnunv hooka that were "bought"
for him were "'"lit ' Immediately i
hypothetical cuatoinria and that the
proeeel were devotH to a aide Una
of rare MtoaTraptM mid lettara.
fiewell tlaappaareg ehortly after hy
polhrcatlng th,' valuatile BUtoferSIMg
purhaed hy him In Philadelphia with
tha Uaatla National liank, and waa
trnenl to 1oe Aiiifeloa by private de
toctlvea. LACE MERCHANT HELD
tlernaa a. gnlen lmrueil with De-
fraadlnar lirernaienl of $100,0(10.
Herman A. Halen, a member of the
III' e ImporlltiK llrm Of Hah n A Hi hroder,
No. C Wet Thlrty-een nth atreet. waa
nrralftm 1 to-day tieforu CommlaaWner
ShleMi on a complaint charging cun
ejilr,u y lo deframl the lovernment out
of ilitly on the umlorvnluatlon of Im
ported merchatidlar. Tho frauda. It la
iMllevitl, will te.-h HUO.UUO. Malcn waa
put umler lO,uw uall lor examination
on Juno 'X. ,
DRUG LABEL WARNING.
Uaamalee ta l arleaa.
Rffrftnr;, Ala . Inne If -The wo -da
"Oiiaranfew iirnl-r Ihe f-,,,'1 and uruga
act" on a label ftps no aeeurenca thai
the eontenle of a package ate pure, n'-cia-dlne;
to Off.. Carl f.. Alrtbe.rg, thief
of the Mureau of Cheml'lry, who apoke
here to-day be.'ora Hit Ao latlon of
Attiorican Kood, lalry anl Drug oftl
clnla. Dr. Alaberg expulned that tha word
"guaranteed" on a can of aoup or on a
bottle of nrve tonic did not mean thai
the Piirenu of c"!ietnltry had aeen nn'l
analyaed It, but that the nianufacturcra
put It on with the Idfa of protecting
the Jotibir or rtltHtf All that the
guarantee Jtt9i he continued, la to tnnke
H poaatble to pr"ecute the manufac
turer If the R""d we-e found to be In
violation of the food a'i'1 druga act
SUICIDE AT VIGIL FOR SON.
"It that you, Ilcrnle7"
Poll eman Oi'ontiell of the Fulton
atreet etatlnn, Iltooklyn, heard the call
In the id.irkneaa of enrlv morning and
atnpped to lok tip to the blank fam'
of a tenement houae wall at lin. lS
Kulton atreet.
The gray head of a woman leaned far
."it of the fourth atory window and tha
I ry came down, beaeeirMngly.
"Raw, th!a la only a cop; go becfit to
! bed," poll, eman O'Connell antwered
land he walked on. Until dawn tho gray
I he id rwBWMMi at the window.
The mother waa Mre. Annie Caaey, a
widow, living with htr married alater,
Mm. Nellio tlllfrey. Her eon llernard
l In the Catholic Protectory. Blnoe hla
iibtenee the mother htd brooded ao bit
terly over her lonellneaa that laat night
ahe aat through long houra at the win.
dow waiting and calling.
Near 7 o'clock ahe threw heraelf to the
aldenalk and waa lnatantly killed. Near
her waa Ihe body of a neighbor's little
fox terrier, Spot, who had apent the vigil
Kith Mra. Caeef,
Neappnlate kg Mav. tolaer.
AMIANY, Juns n fJov. ftulier to-day
sent to the Penaie for confirmation the
nomination of William F. Baffertjr of
Klngaton and Daniel Rchoonemaker of
Accord aa members of the rltate Board
of M unagera of Itoformatorles to suc
ceed John F. Herbert of Kingston and
Frank M Hoonrbeck of Fllenvllle, whose
terma of office are about to expire. The
nominations ware referred to the Fin
ance Committee.
ALMANAO i mi TO-DAY.
Sua rU. S.Wi.kua . I li.llMuen
l in. i nir.
lltHh Wfttar. Ua W.
A Nl rJL All fx.
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PHOl
The everyday use of
Silk Hose is no
longer a subject for
discussion good
dress demands it
But the enjoyment
of that luxury with
out added expense
finds its only solu
tion in stylish
Try a four-pair box. Its
long service and low
cost will surprise you.
Made of the finest,
pure-dye thread silk
the most serviceable
ilk hose ever produced.
MEN'S
50c, 76c, SI pair
Id diirlnrtlve
tttg buxei
S I1.K
HOSE
At AD Coed Dealer a N Yark
PHOENIX KfOTTWC WORKS. New York OHIes. dS I
rkaae, Starwaal 799
WOMEN'S
78cn $1. 11.50. $S ptaV
ItTsa
Men Who Attend This Great Sale at All
Four Hackett-Carhart Stores Are
Making the Greatest Savings
Never in ihe history of the clothing business have such high grade
clothes been sold at such low prices '
All Suite in Our Large Wholesale and Retail Stocks Which
Were Priced Up to $45 Are Divided
Into Six Lots, Priced
AU our fine suits
Values up to $18
All our fine suits
Values up to $21
AU our fine suits
Values up to $25
111.50
!$13.50
115.00
All our fine suits
Values up to $30
All our fine suits
Values up to $35
H6.50
120.50
All our finest suits )$! AA
that were $40 and $45 ilJ f
Every man, whether he needs a new suit or not, should come in now
and take advantage of the greatest clothing sale
ever staged in New York City
Genuine Priestley Cravenette
Mohair Suits, the tailor's Y
coolest creation for summer.
Real Value $20 at
9.50
I ft H
FOUNDED,
1SZ7
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Will Continue Tomorrow and
Daily in Every Department.
An exceptional opportunity to complete the summer wardrobe or provide charming new and necessary
things for the home at a great saving. Thursday's special quota of extra good things are here stated.
Fashionable Blouses
Rtgularly 1459. 3.00
The charming surplice blouse of fine Swiss
voile, trimmed eyelet embroidery and white
net.
Hand embroidered blouse of French batiste,
Irish crochet inserts.
Habutai silk in stripes, with turnover collar
and cuffs. Very cool and washes perfectly.
Smart black and white Diana silk, trimmed
with frills and crochet buttons.
Of voile, allover embroidered, trimmed only
with plaitings and cording. Very simple and
pretty.
Summer Bedding
LIGHT WEIGHT BLANKETS-Fine ss-
lected sanitary wool; a quality nude
expressly for us; single btd site.
Regularly $4.75 pair
Double btd slst. Rtgularly S5.35 pair
Double bed tixt. Regularly S6.00 pair
MEDIUM WEIGHT BLANKETS
Single bed site. Regularly S6.50 pair
Doable bed size. Rtgultrly to 00 pslr
COMFORTABLES Fsncy figured topt;
tflk border: full tize; ttmb't-wool
Slltng. Regularly S6.00 etch
COMFORTABLES - French nainsook;
full site; wool filled.
Regularly 85.00 each
BCD SPREADS Light weight dimity;
Ingle btd slit. Regularly S 1 60 each
Double bed size. Regularly SMS eacL
BED SPREADS Satin finished; scsl
loped; single bed size. Reg. $4. 25 etch
3.50
4.00
4.8S
5.00
7.25
4.75
3.85
1.30
1.65
3.25
Men's High Grade
Negligee Shirts
Unusual aad Timely Sale
of Summer's Most Important Needs.
PLEATED WHITE MADRAS
SHIRTS All from our regular
stock of finest grades.
ReguTsrly Ss-oo, St. so
PLEATED MADRAS SHIRTS
Wide and group plettingt In
light and medium tones.
Regularly Si. 00
TENNIS OR OUTING SHIRTS
White birdseye mercerized chev
iots, long pointed or regular
collar attached. Half or
long sleeves. Regularly S 00
SUMMER FLANNEL SHIRTS
Lightst of all flannels. Regular
shirting patterns on white and
medium grounds.
Rtgultrly S.50, $3.00
RUSSIAN CORDED SHIRTS
Plain tintt with stiff cuffs.
All from high grade shirtings.
Regularly $2.50
MERCERIZED SOFT SHIRTS
Plain shades and fancy effects.
All have sott double cuffs.
Regularly Sa.oo
SILK AND LINEN SHIRTS Plain
grey and lavender and
other lots Regularly S3.00
145
Your choice of any of the above.
1.45
Men's Underwear
and Half Hose
Extraordinary and Timely Clearance Sale
At unusually attractive reductions from regular
prices.
FINE WHITE LISLE THREAD Shirts
with short sleeves and button front:
flatly finished; light weight.
Rtgularly Si. 15
FINE WHITE LISLE THREAD Shirts
madt athletic style to pull on over
btad; no buttons; light weight.
Regularly S1.J5
FINE WHITE LISLE THREAD
Drawers with short or regular
ankle length. Regularly ii.s;
FINE WHITE LISLE THREAD
Drawtrt, made knee length and
athletic stylt. kegulsrly Si. 25
WHITE LISLE THREAD UNDER
WEAR Fine grades made in athletic
shirts and drswers only; flne fitting,
cool and very comfortable. Reg. Si . 00
SEA ISLAND UNDERWEAR Thest
most comfortable and soft finished
light Summer garments are made in
athletic shirts snd knee drawers; all
are reduced from our own
regular lines. Regulsrlv 65c
MEN'S LISLE UNION SUITS Knee
length only; specially fine grade and
perfect fitting. Reguiarly S1.00
FINE LISLE HALF HOSE Sin t
and very file black lisle, with
heavy aole3. Regularly 50c ea.
Black, sttiolio, peaii, clue and wine,
with silk figures. Rcg.75c.es.
Silk hose with lisle toe, heel and
topt; fsncy colors. Regularly 50c
Black, medium weight, full fashio: ed
hose with double to lea, Reg. 50c
Black plaited silk hose of good
weight; very lustrous. Special
90c
each
65c
40c
65c
25c
Pair.
6 Pairs
for $1.35
For Summer Homes
ECRU MADRAS Fine and soft, In a variety of designs.
Most appropriate for summer curtains.
40 in. wide. Regularly 50c 35c I 4a in. wide. Regularly 85c 65c
MARIE ANTOINETTE CURTAINS In white said ecru; m en A Cli
I yards in length. Regularly S4.75 and S6.00 o.OV and 4.3U
SUMMER CURTAINS The latest styles for Country or City , of extra
quality Scrim and lace; well made and finished; all new; this
season's designs; are offered at Special Prices fully 30 to 40 ptr
cent, below the regular scale.
Summer Furnishings
China and Japan Mattings, in plain colors or conventional
designs. Regularly SlO.oo, Sia.oo, S14.00, $16.00 and S18.00
per roll of 40 yards.
Reduce, fe 8.00, 9.00, 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00 per roll.
Mourzouk Porch Rugs Variety of Desitrn and Colorlaja.
300 pain Regular price S1.83 pair.
350 pain Regular price 83.33 pair.
350 pairs Rtgular price 84.00 pair
MATTING BED BOXES Fine Japantte Matting, well made,
finished with rollers. Length 49 inches;
width 4 inches; height 0 inches. Regularly 86.33
CEDAR BED BOXES Of genuine red cedar; length 49 Inches;
width 33H inches; height 9 inches. Regularly $9.75
COUCH HAMMOCKS Size 3037s inches; uprights 6 ft.;
adjustable back real and windshield. Regularly S9.50
WILLOW FURNITURE A variety of designs In the mott
practical atylea. natural rnish or painted in harmonious colors.
Willow aide chair
Willow arm chair
5.00
6.75
Willow wing chair
Willow tofa
1.35
2.15
2.85
5.25
8.00
7.75
10.50
24.50
Regular Price Reduced to
Site 10x14 Ss. .00 ZZ.00
Size Otis Ssi.oo 17.00
Rrtular Trice Reduced to
Size 7.6x10.6 815.35 12.25
Size 6x9 810.30 8.40
Extra Fine GraSS Rug8 Unique and Attractive Designs.
Regular Price Reduced tt
Size 6x9 8475 3.75
sizt 13x15 817.50 14.25
Sizt 0x15 Su.oo 9.50
sizt 9x13 89.00 7.00
Sizt 8x10 S7.50 6.00
61zt 4637.6 83-00 2.25
sizt 3x6 81.50 1.15
Holland Rush Rug8 Especislly Heavy, Natural Colon
11 r 1 nrt.i. t
caaur vicauou tt uu ttbibi anuso ana Kcctangular Shapes,
Regular Price Reduced to
Sizt 7.6x10.6 818.00 13.50
Sizt 6x9 Sis.oo 9.00
sizt 46x7.6 88.00 5.50
Regular Price Reduced to
sizt 10x14 833.00 Z4.0U
sizt 9i 834.00 18.09
sizt 10x10 833.50 17.00
Sizt 8x8 Sia.so 11.00
Novelty Jewelry
At t At Notion Counter
Pill SETS Hard enamel; delicate cnr
and ertletic designs. Stt
CUFF POTS Sterling tllver, black ocl
or black-and-white effects. Pair
VEST OR BELT POTS Enamel or oc
Wsckind-whits effects. Bch etoC
HAT POTS Sterling tllver IA.
deposit top. Etch IUC
HAT POTS Jewel top; latett deelgnt 25c
BEAD NECK CHAINS cn
0 Opera stylt. Each OVC
AUTOMOBILE VEIL POTS in
Pearl top; new shades. Pr w-
Neckwear
Summer Style for Women and Miss.
AUTOMOBILE HOODS Chiffon shir
red crown; trimmed fine knife pleat
ing; chiffon strings; c0ot . J C
Regularly 83.00 6.0 J
NECK RUFFS Waterproof M aline; full
pleat; ribbon ends; colors only. ir
Rtgularly 83.33
GUIMPES Fine, plain ntt; high collar;
long sleeves; whitt only. At
Regularly Si. 35 fOC
LAf DOWN COLLARS Tucked batiste ;
nlaln net and embroidered batiste. ir
' Regularly 65c IC
FICHUS Plsin net; floe pleated nr.
net edge. Regularly Si. 35
Real Lace Robes
35 DUCHESS POINT APPLIQUE ROBES
Rtgultrly Si 75.00 135.00
Rtgularly S335.00. . . 175.00
Regularly 8350 00 . 295.00
Regularly 855 00
375.00
50LIERRE LACE ROBES Suitable fortes gowns
and mstinees. Regulsrly 83.oo to SJ65.00
Reduced to 23.50 " 200.00
Blouses
For Women and Misses
Regularly $2.00 95c
Three dainty voile models; one with tucked
snd embroidered collar.
A trotteur model in crapt voile, Ideal for
travelling.
An all over embroidered voile,, prettily
trimmed, open front or back, also "THE POP
ULAR MIDDY" In white galatea, laced front,
collar and trimming in red and navy. THE
BALKAN, also of white galstes and with whitt
link buttont.
Infants' Long Dresses
Infants' Short Dresses
Infants' Caps
Infants' Bonnets
and Afghans
Best French and American Makes
Styles and Prices Too Varied
to Particularize.
lA to Original Prices
Misses' Tailor Suits
OF SERGE ; basket wesve ; soft tan ; cltv
trly cut skirt trimmed with buttont and
folda of material ; back of coat slightly
gsthered; collar and c ifls whitt !f tills.
Sitae 14 to 18 years. Regularly 835.00 1. 911
Blankets and
Comfortables
BLANKETS, medium weight;
double bed size. Regularly 89.35 pair
CAMP BLANKETS, for seashore, moun
tain or outdoor sleeping.
Regularly S5.00 each
COMFORTABLES with attttn topt aad
silk bordtra, wool filled. Full size.
Regularly S3.75 each
ENGLISH BED SPREADS
Single btd size. Regultrly 88.00 etch
Doublt and single bed size.
Regularly S9.50 each
Misses' Coats & Skirts
NATURAL LINEN COATS Full lenrth:
belted back; deep cuffs snd
pstch pocket. Regularly 88.00
BROWN LINEN COATS
Similar model. ' Regularly 85.00
THE ENGLISH SHORT COAT
Of Vicuna, suggesting the Norfolk; in
hunter's green or coaching pink. m .
Regularly 834.00 1 3(1
TENNIS OR SPORT SKIRTS Of white
cordeline; perfectly tailored; opened n gn
at side; large pearl buttont. Rog. 83.50 e..aU
7.85
3.75
2.50
6.00
7.50
6.00
3.25
Gloves
For Street and Evening.
GLACE KID In white only;
ao button length. Value 84.50
16 button length. Value 83.50
DOESKIN In white;
1 clasp. Valus Si. 35
CHAMOIS LISLE Finsst quality;
16 button length; white,
pongee and nstursl. Value Si. 35
3-clasp; pongee, mode and whitt.
Value Si. 35
DEPENDABLE SILK O LOVES In black
and white with double linger tips; Pa
risian embroidered effect. Value 81.35
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