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HE MUST YIELD
TO INSURE PEACE
Bryan Declares No Concession
3 ,TVUJ Ejc miu&w vjivc nun
Control 4n Mexico.
CRISIS INv sT.fcLHA.lUIN;
Heen neacncu nidi ui-
fiot Be Broken. '
S WAnNTkri. jmna li-The fate
K MOKU MMlMMm Will M oen-
. iMbIiI circles tor. Tn me mean time
tka mfertassM at Nlwn Fails have
' ' ao Ambassador Naon may
SEND FOR YOUR
Daughter of Wizard Edison,
Fiance She Is to Wed To-Morrow
Another Hot Wave Coming,
But It Will Be Cool
ta tax keaararr degrees Tale
as) Utrrmr. Walla he la, absent the
''f-nfl aid kextoea delegatee will
-aMat MorauQr ta nnal effort 'to
hnak what atom to be a bopelaaa
,a-aillnilr eWw tha man wbo la to auo-
-fcaa attaiaed his owa totea
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tt;ta tka eases Provisional Preei-
-'ie .mrnlm .nil en United States
sYtssWauamsT taat'a asaa of 'any otner
. aoarmlil un nan ii uenoe im
fai. -y. M longer being eon-
. jifil by tfcV mediators a a party-
tka adrieya At Niagara Falle. Tbe
' vMla seat- aiai yesterday In reply
Tt-,k'.aUl - Wl Innrinr Mm armla-
eeadlMon k) regarded aa nnaiiy
asta of Ma aa a factor, by for-
:aU rspressntatlon. la the mediation
Bryan aaya. however, there
ta the situation ana
''"ktt'IW'll ImbiM, but he U known to
av,kMtamt e lerng meaeage la me Amer
fautructlna them that
ftei refaaea'ta make any
ewe that Huerta must here
i tka aeleetlea-aC hU avo
rmSim. aceaoy aald to-dejr that tbe
.aaeaMeie talaaram to Carraaaa etoeed
; Bjvexj.asAaaeM it wi no room ior hv
i tbe OebaatattonaU
i.H sead repreeeataUvei
vea la aa uaofflcUd
TfeM 'the threa ahen'Whom Carrania
i. in Minik VallM. left
jfj-f la the afietno for New
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Y' ieftaajailiTr da Oema to-day m
aaaaaaatetteaal to SecreUry Br
to acretary Bryan
Uin Asm rl can deltnLe at
Valla-to obtain the raleaae at
h. m Ljuia Terrazaa Jr.. the
far whom a hlir ransom haa
IMC rB DI Lllia una
im been taken up through the
,7 i mm 11 MARINES IN
ia, , . vua c.Miz pight.
hare been recommended to
Daaleta for apeelal recor
der thair aerrlcea at Vera
Tsr extraordinary berolim in bat-
J- aV A, Glabourna, aieotrlolan, third
rtTii- fay medal of honor and
awataaty t ll0 gold.
T., Xhaae saarlnea will reoelra lettere
r.W jtv p-jaia la reooaniuon oi "conapieu
.aeta of Talor": 8erfant Traoy
mS" IrVbV HaraaTloua, K. H. Fullerton,
f 7 Bl .ver . j aiiu n r e
rarmera, rardenera and fruit stow-
era on Long Iilnnd, In New Jersey and
throughout New England havo some
thing to worry about to-day. A cold
ware la moving In from the north,
and frost Is predicted for to-night In
low places and In -the open country.
Tbe temporature wu It at noon.
Weather Forecaster Hcarr said ha
looked for a drop and a regular chill
after sundown. Tho frost. If It oomee,
will be light, but Is likely, to be dam
aglbg In spots where moisture haa
collected from Aha heavy rain of laat
Early this morning before the ann
dried up the moisture the tempera
ture In New York was CO degrees.
We were one of the coldest com
munities In the United States at that
hour. Tba stiff northwest wind bad
ohIU In It that, prompted yearn
ings for ovorcoata and warm cloth
ing. The. ladles, whose apparel In
theae tlmea la .extremely scant, felt
the cold but didn't ahow It They
never ahow the effocta of cold or heat.
The wind will have died down to
ephyr-llke proportions by evening,
and It la anticipated that there will be
little air stirring to-night, this condi
tion making for the predicted frost.
CooL Invigorating weather pre ml la
from the Mississippi Valley to the
AUantlo seaboard. c
Tba high barometer area, which has
caused tbe reduction In temperature,
Is .moving eastward and will have
id. out to sea by to-morrow, when
we ahall be on thb threshold of an
other hot wave. Uut comfortable
weather conditions may be looked for
until Friday or Saturday.
BILL, THE BOATMAN,
CAN'T NAVI6ATE COW
Stands by" With Line Over Horns,
But Casts Off When Towed
,.. Down-the Bay - t
"Honest BUI" Qulgley.. the Battery
boatman 'ond'kro "of one encounter
with a swimming steer which' Jumped
overboard t from a freighter, found
cqw'h'e couldn't navigate. tq-dajr when
ha. went out to 'row to South Brook
lyn. Neither BUI nor any ana else
seems to know how tbo cow got Into
the' water, but Bill came on it swim-
Tnlnr off' Rod Hook and got a line
over Ita horns, t ' t
BUI Is some oarsman, but pull aa
he would he' couldn't move the cow,
which evinced a, desire to swim out
to sea and, with vlslona of salvage
In mind. BUI let tho cow tow him
down the hay till he and hla motive
power were off Htaten isiana.
A, sua wina was kickiuk uu a man
seaway and BUI didn't relish the
prospect of going to sea with the
cow. Be put all hla strength Into
lut effort to cnecK tne cow'
progress, but when he felt himself
drawn Irresistibly backward he cast
off his line and restod on his ours
while he watched the cow head out
ownrrt Bandy Hook. Tho last Bill
saw of tbe cow It was a speck on tbe
KrtlteBberger, sTft. Barton, Sergeant Central Htation Alter Bellinger had bo
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along FJatbush avenue on May 27, was
dlscnargeo. vj mui.iihi. luurum
the Dutlvr Btreet Court to-day. He
iiihited a letter from Or. Charles
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Try to Cheer Tammany Leader
With Gift of Watch, but
He Can't Speak.
MUs Madeleine Edison and her
nance, John Eyre Sloane, wbo are to
be married' at tbe residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, Qlen
mont, Llowollyn park, Orange, N. J.,
to-norrpw afternoon entortaln'ed the
members of the bridal party at a din
ner dance last night. Tbe dinner
wab served In the lower pavilion of
the Coalno on the oreat of Eagle
Hock, the highest point of the Orange
Mountains, overlooking Now- York.
After dlhnor a fow more friends of
the bride and groom were Invited for
dancing In tho upper 'pavilion. The
wholo Casino was docoratod with Jap
nnoso lanterns, spring flowers and
RAP WOMAN AND MAN
IN A CLOSE EMBRACE
Crowds in Park Row Roar
With Laughter Over a
k Novel Struggle.
Ing so ho ripped another bundle and
more nowers mingled who ribbons.
"Tako that, you old slob!" said tne
woman above tbe wmstie or tbe wind,
as sho turnod on tbe gentleman with
Crabbing his stick, the rescuer
twisted until ha .was free of ribbons
and flowers and fled. Still clutching
ono still intact bundle and a bunch
of tangled ribbon, tbe woman de
parted, tho angriest looking female In
In this Cigar
Tampa's workmanship $
the tobacco in both alike.'
The Universal size, 10 cts.
each. Box of 50, $5.00.
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A large number of parcels sur
rounding a squatty woman attempted
passage from the Municipal Building
to the City Hall during the morning's
gale. Tbe wind was north by oast by
northeast aometlmos; and then it
frisked about to north, east, south
and wast with the abandon of a bull
The baby gale began escorting the
wnman and hor bundlo-ballast as
oon as thoy loft tho Municipal Build
In curb. First it nibbled at the
largest bundlo and ripped a big hole
in It. From within poured paper
flowors and they formed spiral trlb
utcs mounting toward the top of the
"Oh. help mol" cried the woman
Her hair waa down and hor hat listed.
An aged man droppod his cane to lond
first aid. Off wont hla hat. lie looked
at tbe woman, at the bundles, at tbe
heaven. borno flowers and then at hla
hat. Ho waa a gentleman.
Til with tho hat," be said, and
went to the aid of the woman.
A newsboy chasing tbo hot forgot
to anchor his papors and some of
them were distributed froo on the
arms, legs, nocks and faces of pass
ers by. The hat of the gentloman
dodged through the crowd, the uews
boy chasing It. Onco it got lost at
the bottom of a woman's skirt, but
was released and moved onward.
On wont tho boy across the side
walk of Park How at tho City Hall
tho hut still flvo yards in tbo load,
Tho hat missed two trolloy cars, an
auto and a mull wugon. These
vehicles also missed tho boy. But ho
kept on a cheering crowd of his kind
at his heels.
At tho entrance to tho Brooklyn
Bridge tho boy caught up with the
hat and fell. Alas for thu luit. It
wan of lraw.
During tho hat ohaso tlio woman
nnd her rescuer were struKdlnK' with
the wind. A second bundlo Hew open
and disgorged green, yellow and blue
rthhons. With May-Dolo-ltka play.
fulness they wound themselves about
the woman ana ner- rescuer, a nai
holding, .aruol crowd atood by and
Tbe' rescuer' grabbed' hla cans ,aad
I triad to wraaok himself tree, is do
ON BOUNDING DEEP
rish Senator Aboard German
Ship Is Pale but Determined
N GRIP OF HIS FRIENDS.
CAPT. DENNIS RESIGNS
AS SAILING MASTER
OF SLOOP VANITIE
Harry Haff Said to Be New
Skipper of the Cochran
Capt Bill Dennis la no longer the
aalltng master of the Cochran oup
defense yacht Vanltle. cAflnnatlon
of the report that Capt Dennis has
resigned was obtained this afternoon
at City Island, where the sloop Is
anchored. At the Robert Jacob ship
yard one of those In charge ventured
the Information that Capt Dennla
waa not around and that he was no
longer In charge of the sloop.
At City Island the general Impres
sion Is that Capt. Harry Haff would
Eight Persons Found Dead as
More Undermined Build
fAiiis, June is. several more
buildings collapsed In various parts of
Paris to-day owing to subsidences of
the soil caused by yesterday's ter.iflo
storm. A number of persons were In
Jured to-day and the list of known
dead was officially stated to bo eight,
but as reports said raoro porsons wero
missing the search of tho debris wno
continued, machlnory being used to
hasten the week.
CHARGES U. S. ML
Senator Smith Says Govern
ment Aids Bankers in Pusli
ing Financial Schemes,
WASHINGTON, June lXJhara
that tho United Btates kept lta
marines In Nicaragua to Influence
the recent presidential election, and
that the Stato Department haa been
acting In the interest of American
bankers, contained In n resolution
Introduced to-day by Senator Smith
of Michigan, were referred to the
8enate Foreign Relations Committee.
The resolution charges that tbe
past twenty years.
Capt. Dennla la considered one of
tbe moat skilful skippers la tbe world,
but It la said that tba owners of
the sloop were dissatisfied with the
way the Vanltle was handled In the
two races over the Bandy Hook
There was a report that Dennla
took offense because Fred Hoyt, one
of tba amateurs aboard tbe Vanltle,
wdi naked to take the wheel dur
ing the last trial race against tba
AGED FATHER FAINTS
GETS JOB OF BUILDING
PART OF NEW SUBWAY
ublic Service Commission Provides
for Construction in Lexing
The Rapid Transit tiubway Con
struction Company, a subsidiary com
pany of tho Interborough, to-day got
tbo contract from tbe Publlo Horvloo
Commission for tho construction of
the Lexington avonuo subway be
tweon Forty-third and Fifty-third
streets, at $1,915,164.50, the lowest of
six bids received for the work. This
work does not include the construc
tion of tho diagonal connection to be
mado between tbe present subway
on Fourth avenue near lulrty-thlrd
streot nnd tho Lexington avonue line,
litis lattor section will be let sepa
Ulds for tho construction of the sec
tion of tbe new subway beginning at
tho terminus of the present subway
at Atlantlo and Flatbush avenues,
llrooklyn, to a point near St. Marks
avenue were opened. The plan calls
for a two, four and six tracked rail
road. On the four-track section there
will bo a local station at Dorgen
streot, and on tho two-track nectlon
there will )n a station extending
northerly from Atluntlo avonue,
llrooklyn. The Cranford Company
wan tho lowest bidder at $2,195,000,
and the Underpinning and Founda
tion Company the highest at 2,-
Tho Appnllato Division of tho 8u
premo Court gave tho commission
authority to build tho Oravosond Ave
nun llnnlil TranHlt Itallrond In llronk
lyn. This Is tho routo for tho oluvated
railroad connection with tho Fourth
uvcnuo subway ovor the Culver lino
of tho llrooklyn Rapid Transit sys
tem. Tlio oonucntu or property owners
along tho routo wore not obtained,
mid tho commission was obllgod to
apply to tho court.
SUMMER ART CALENDAR FREE.
With every lssuo at next Sunday's
World there will be given away
beautiful' photogravure entitled
."Summer on the Hudson," ilxe 10x15
Inches, on -art paer, Oat your ordaf
lor. But gunuiya jft.oria in aanj.
6,40 A M. to-day: average peea B3.U
knots, lensm ut trip uva u.i, cia.ou
hours and fifty-eight minutes. Landed
7fla uassensers, malls and specie.
landed at Fishguard, requiring five
medal trains for London. Ideal
HAYES'S DISMISSAL UPHELD
rnnH of Anseala Rcfaaes to Re
instate Police Inspector.
ALBANY. N. Y., June lt-The Court
of Appeas to-day unanimously affirmed
tho nrder dismissing former I'onco in
spector Cornelius C. Hayes from the
New York Police uepanmeni.
Hayes sought to be restored to tne
Inspectorship from which be was dls
hv Commissioner Waldo for
making an alleged fulso statement. In
nn interview ""Hin,
about the time of the Rosenthal murder,
li.vu iinrlaj-ed he did not close dis
reputable houses In his district because
WOluO lulu loiu mui tiu. mj uu m
TARIFF OFF AT VERA CRUZ.
BENT ON LONG HIKE
Girl Hides Real Name at
City Hall as She Starts on
Walk to Boston.
"My daughter! My daughter! Has
she been here?" cried a gray-bealrded
man, rushing up to Lieut. Kennel. at
the entranco to Mayor Mltchel's of'
flee to-day. "I have lust read In the
papera that ahe has the walking fever'
and that she la going to walk to
Kennel told the aged man that a
young woman who sold sho was a
Miss Clarke had been to tho Mayor's
office for a letter Introducing her to
the Mayor of Boston, and had left.
This Is terrible!" exclaimed the
visitor, and swooned In the lieuten
ant's arms. Upon being revived he
"She gave the name of Clarke to
cover her Identity. Her name Is Gold
stein and I am her father."
Goldstein Is In the clothing busi
ness at Broadway and Tenth street.
It was learned after he left that the
young woman,' who la eighteen, nau
been to the Mayor's office an hour be
fore. She was accompanied by three
young men. E. Btagg Whltln. assist
ant secretary of Mayor Mitch el. re
celved the girl and her companions
and had a talk with them.
"The young woman told me her
name waa Clarks, so far as the pub
Ho was concerned, and that ahe was
on her way to Boston," said Whtttln."
She ahowed me a newspaper clipping
with her picture and said she pre
ferred the name of Clarke to her real
name, which ahe did not divulge.
T made a bot of $50 with some of
my girl friends that I could walk to
Boaton, ahe said, and I waut a letter
from Mayor MltoheU so that I can
display It along the road and make a
The girl was told she could not get
a letter unless she gave ner ngni
One of the young men handed
Whltln a card bearing the name M
J. Belmont, real estate broker, of No,
278 Knickerbocker avenue, Brooklyn.
Another of the trio said ne was a
rntudent at tho New York University.
and that he was a brother ot one or
the othjrf two who proposed accom-nanylna-
"Miss Clarke" on her bike.
"Well, If we cannot got the Mayor
to eive us a passport to Boston,"
laughed "Miss Clarke," we will go It
without the passport, and I guess
we'll get there, won't we boys?
"You bet." echoed the youths and
the quartette left the City Kail.
Tne ratner'oi uie gin says nn win
measures being taken to prevent a
repetition of the occurrences.
Three bodies were recovered to-day
from a deep hole left by yesterday's
cave-in at the Junction of the Rue du
Havre nnd the Boulevard Baussmann,
near the galnt-Lazare station.
The courtyard of a hotel In the Rue
Plerre-Olnler at Montmartro fell hi
to-day, but there were no casualties.
In another locality the walla of a
building under construction collapsed
and two workmen were seriously .In
Parts of Paris presented acenes ot
devastation to-day with gaping holes
In some ot the main thoroughfares as
tho result of tho subsidences caused
by tho storm, while tho population of
the entire city was deprived ot water,
gas and electricity, cut off as a pro-
cautionary measure against floods,
explosions sxJ fires,
Strict precautions were taken to
prevent tbo public approaching spots
where there was danger of further
subsidence owing to washouts caused
by burst sowers and water mains.
Many streets wero barred to wheeled
traffic entirely While police kept back
pedestrians to a safe distance.
A atreet collapsed early to-day In
tho northern district ot Montmartro
behind the great cemotery, tar from
the other cave-ins. People In the
vicinity scurried away as the ground
began to sink and aU managed to
When communications with the
suburbs had been partially restored
to-day la was learned tbat fruit and
vegetable growers bad sufered enor
mous damage from the storm.
Rain ceased later in tne day. but
tbe weather, continued threatening,
trol of Nlcaraguan customs houses,
has forced tho republic tb redeem at
par $6,250,000 of bonds Issued by
Zelaya, later repudiated, and bought
In at about 25 per cent of their faco
value by Brown Brothers, and'. Bellg
man and Co., American banke'rs, In
terested In Nlcaraguan financing.
"The sole beticllclarles of a fraud
upon a friendly republic," says tne
resolution, "were the Brown Brothers,
Sollgman Sc Co. ant! Epoyor St Co. and
Tho resolution also charges that the
Nlcaraguan national railway waa
sold much below Its vuiue to the
bankers, and that tbe last election la
Nicaragua was Intentionally In
fluenced by the presence ot United
States troops In violation of the
treaty with Nicaragua.
Ernest II. Wands, financial agent
for Nicaragua, the resolution says,
waa designated by the State beparty'
ment in the Interest ot the bankers.
James Spoyor said to-day that
Spoyer & Co. bad no connection with
tho Nicaragua loan and thclr-.name
had been dragud In without warrant.
The firm had negotiated for the
bonds at tbo time the loan was an
nounced, but Its bid had been re
fected, and It is In no way concerned
witn tua transaction.
HUERTA REPUDIATES TQWNE
Botne 308 mlleg out on the Atlantic be at the wheel the next time the The Minister of the interior hrouehtt Btate Department, through Its con
nr.in there la a statesman In deep vanltle starts la a trial raoe. tapt. . situation to the attention of tho
distress to-day. He la Senator James Hfcrr H u T!r" JklPfr' Ha Government and urgod the necessity of
J. Frawley, Tammany leader ot tli Mile dafendera during the
Twenty-sixth Assembly District, ana
be Is aboard the North German Lloyd
steamehtp Kronprlnsessen CeclUe
bound for Bremen.
It required, all the physical aad
moral courage In the Senator's make
up to get blm aboard the steamship
at Uoboken last night: All bis Ufa
be has had a thorough fear of the
water. Time after time he has ar
ranged to travel to or from Albany
on one of 'the big river boats and has
balked at the last minute. lie haa
never gone to Coney on one of the
Iron steamboats and has never gone
s board a boat on a Tammany outing.
For several years be has wanted
to go abroad. It was not until his
colleague, Senator Murtaugh of El-
mlra, and Assemblyman Al Smith got
at him a few weeks ago that he de
cided to cross th ocean, but his de
cision was not fixed.
Late yestorday afternoon, after a
tremendous struggle with himself.
Senator Frawley announced to hla
wife that he had made up his mind
he was going. Accommodations had
been engaged on the Kronprlnxessln
CeclUe. The Frawley baggage waa
sent to the pier and the word that
the Senator waa aalllng want around
About one hundred members of the
Wichita Club, the Tammany organi
sation of the district, escorted Sen
ator Frawley to the Hoboken pier' in
automobiles. Tho party went to one
of tho saloons where the Senator,
pale but determined, waa lined up for
Supreme Court Justice Donnelly
stepped forward and In a reassuring
speech presented the Senator with a
magnificent aluminum watch, a token
from his friends. Senator Frawley
for the first time In his life was un
able to make a fluent speeoh. But he
managed) to' express his thanks and
said goodby to the crowd.
'His secretary, Tom Clark, and
Charley Harvey, wero left aboard the
ship until the last minute to guard
against any rush for the shore. Aa
tbe CeclUe backed out Into tbe North
River Senators Frawley and Mur
taugh and their wives were seen at
the rail and Senator Murtaugh had a
tight hold ot, Senator Frawley, pos
sibly anticipating a Jump overboard.
"It wlU be bad enougn going over."
waa tbe last Frawley message, "but
It's going to he worse coming back,
because I'll have to come back."
Senator Frawley. and Senator Mur
taugh will tour Germany, Austria,
Swltserland. France, England and
Ireland. They will return ta New
York about Sept. 1.
AQUITANIA'S FAST TRIP.
Lands 700 ras.engers for Loadoa
The officials of the Cunard Steamship
line In this city received a cablegram
to-day from the lines home office In
Liverpool announcing the arrival of the
Aqultanla at Fishguard after an Ideal
trlD of five days, eleven hours and
fifty-eight minutes. Word of the sub
seauent arrival of the steamer at Llver
u, o'clock this afternoon wu
also received. The cablegram waa as
arrived at Fishguard at
HER DEATH NOT DUE
TO TYPHOID SERUM
Sara tbe Former Benafo
Xot Represent. Illm.
NIAGARA FALLS. Ont.. June H
Emlllo Rabasa, of the Mexican delega
tion, to-day received a cablegram from
Mexico City in whicn ueneraivHuerta
authorized a denial that former. Repre
sentative Charles A. Towno represented
him In any way. . t
. Towno has bren mentioned In .Wash-
tneton de.patchea a. looking after the
Interesta oTOtoi nietator there.
Health Department Now Satisfied
That Miss Mercer Had Fatal
Illness Before Inoculated.
In a statement Issued to-day the
Health Department disclaims liability
for tho death of Mrs. Catherine Em
ma Mercer of 'No. 20 Crescent place,
Brooklyn, yesterday. Mrs. 'Mercer
had been Inoculated with typhoid se
rum, and because or tho strong reac
tion exhibited It was sold at llrst that
death was duo to tha Immunizing
process of the Health Deportment.
Tlio Department's Investigation
has satisfied tho officials, tho report
says, that death was due to typhoid
contracted before an Immunizing in
jection was made, and that the latter
was in no way responsiDie.
Mrs. Mercer's husband, Robert,
contracted typhoid nnd died a few
weekn ago, and Just before his death
Mrs. Mercer, hor threo children and
her sister wero Immunized. All be
cajno 111 and, according to the Health
Department, It appears now that all
had contracted the disease beforo ef
forts were mado to prevent thla
BUMMER ART CALENDAR FREE.
With every laeue of neat kon-
day's World tbere will be srlven
rninr beautiful photogravure
entitled "Summer on the Hudson,"
elie 1010 tnchre, on nrl paper.
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HOW TO REMOVE
Ipplr irw drop, of El TU4o. iht MteM
but mnotar. pa th. irowth; In . fw naaMMi
It U1 twam. UnnltMli dlawlfid, AIMr esk
Im off with Uttlt phiQ ttUt sot . Wees at
the bttT wlU irfflUD.
13 lUdo U now a .UailaM folk utMe,
bj UioumdA. of hooki. lou d ban so nnst
hulUoe; In tUng for ud iiftt El Baofe Skia
1. uUaf for and wit toflrt powdtr, Trr
Uado en tout arm: in. for imifU that N U
do rttrrthlna- clilmvl. Your moor tack a fan
ar. Dot nunor aaiuiiw. ia dm. aa .i.w avyr
I Mlf. VO. .1 ... .-II, OT., H.
net from I'Ucrim
Co., 3T K. 2th it.
nonNDLOWKK. At hla summer .hesea,
Litchfield, Conn., on Tue.day. Jon. It,
WILLIAM V. HOrtNDLOWKR. Asseelatja
Judf. ot the Court of. Appeals of the
Btato of New fork, son ot th. late Will
iam H, Ilornblowtr, U.D., and Xatilsa
Butl.r llornblow.r. .
Fun.ral from the Madlsoa Avitree
Prtibxltrtan Church, Madlaon are. and
73d t.. N.w York City. Friday, June 19,
at 10 o'olock A, It. Informant private.
Albany, raumon and Washing ton, O. Ol,
patxr. please copy.
M'KAMARA. KATHLEEN TERESA, en
Monday, Jun. IB, at h.r horn., IS8
W.lrfl.ld at, formerly of Torkrlll. Mo
tion. N. Y. City, dauKhter of the late
Charlea it. and Delia llofllii Mc.Namara.
Holemn requiem mass at th. Church of
Our Lad) of Lourdes, Abcrdcn at., near
Uroailway. at 0,80 A. XI. Thursday! In
terment bt. Mary's Cemetery, Flushing.
HELP WANTED MALE.
ULWJTltlU WKI.UKH Htnteil, familiar
mtrta. wort. Apply suita
Bulldlitf. ort lUchmODil. B. 1,
Foodstuffs to Re Admitted
Until Jane 38.
have detectives watch every road to
NEW HIBERNIAN MORTGAGE.
Court FeruiHs One for 100,000 Un
Supremo Court Justice Greenbaum to
day granted aa order permitting the
Ancient Order of Hibernians to mort-
riy at nun avrnua aim
and Sixteenth street for
winiiMnTOM. June If. The State
Department has decided to admit all 41 Canal street,
foodstuffs free to vora crux until June
25. The exemption will apply to food
stuffs sent from foreign ports as well
as from tho United HUtes.
Hecretary CJarrlson has decided that
no provisions will .be sent on Govern
ment transports unUI It Is seen how the
gage Its properly at nun avrnua aim
Tim first mortaase. to secure puymont
of I1M.0W. Will aTO to M
J20.0O0. wlU be held 1
M. Warburg of
The second, for
by Max Kobre. of
The two mortgages arn
n ronl.ro ono for 160.000 due the
Life insurance Compunyand a building
Killed y rail Fresa IMre-Kaonpe.
Mrs. ' Pauline Grubar, thirty-eight
years oh. or
upon tne saia
Xros a uie eanas a aer
Paris Ononis to Prison
PARIS, June It Sentences varying
from fear years to three m oaths kn-
prlsoasseat were Imposed yesterday
as oc use vas
was were eeavloi
WE Are Specialists in Candy-lp$il.
' ' his services exclusively to the eye or throat does not limit hie .
field of endeavor more than we In devoting tha Largest
Cleanest Brightest Daylight Candy Factory In the world and
n chain of 11 Big, Sanitary Stores to the manufactura and
distribution of LOFT CANDY. It is tha only business that we
know the only line we cars to know. Fifty years of con-'
centrated effort, stuay ana iroiinni run given a-w. v7
that reacnes irounu in. worm.
a prestige I
a? 1 1 Tuaefaw
VAN. AWU CHOCOLATK CIKNKHRB
CilEAM Uellshlful oonffctlpn mad.
te fadse-llbe coasUlmrj. .One-half
of the box U mado un of Van. tla
vsrtd sett. rrramy.Miaare.. gn
tSLtUtr naif U Chocl.to I I Iff
Special for Wadntiday,
MAFXO Bt'I.TANA CHKAM KUflM
A dUtlnrllvo Mend of richest
Vermont Maple Molar and eareal
confectioners' lit which)
portion,, of various fruits oTn
are imbedded. I I Iff
Lat Ut Tmtnpt You utth tha Following:
CHOCOLATB COVKBKU CKIB
pStXKS A shell of ear fresranl
('hooolat. hold, a portion of .nappy.
erhpr Molaa.ee Candy turuisu
wtilcn ra '- " Bl
U.r Penuut B.r. ,
B4 I.AMOI.AW klktWt
as r. a.i
AMKItll'AN IIKAIITV FILI.I'.II CON.
FKtTlONH Vienna Btrle Kerry Loft
Candy lover Is aa ratine terms with
this aswirtrornt of superior swevto,
shaped to rrsrinblo th. larlou. fruits
and nuts which form the g M
fUtlos of eah.aWy srem, sA.O
2o BROAD VfAV
7 F. II. i Sat., li
14T MAB8ATJ BiaMSUP
doses e.so P. 11. 1 Sat., BP. K,
, 3CMI WKftT lSBtb.STRIaW
Close 11. SO r. M. Dally.
33 RXST 34tb fflWHOT
Cloeea T r. M.I JUt.. top. SL
arrarar II mr iMk BT. thtjid aw.
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