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4 1I4V 1It WHO KILLED KCtSY Fct WI Dltl DltlI lII lIIIt
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Tbf Jb flowery owtr1 Old IiI liainit atic ot Smotherlnc a aCrime arIme 9Crime
> Crime by b iy Shootlns the h Witness ltnefl Seem Seemito SeemI
I to Hate Keen Ilajed In the Karly KarlyMornitiK Farlyj
j 1 MornitiK Taking Tali Takin In on of Esg Ir > Ollrlen OllrlenThe OUrlenThe I3rtenThe
The latticed doorn of the Bank Car at alUti at11f
11 Uti Bowery Bo1 swung IVIIl outward early yester yesterday yesterI yestern ¬
n day morning and Kggy Bill OBrien plate platejuggler platejuggler pttejuggler
juggler and grafter raftel stood for a moment momentblinking momentblinking momentbUnking
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blinking in n a ring of yellow 11101 light which whichfell wblebI hkh
I fell upon the lithographs of Jeffries and anda
a file of stout legged burlesquers in pink piuktights pinkt pinktights
t tights and French heeled 11I11 d slippers slippersA
f A man who had been leaning against a apillar apillar
1 pillar P illal of the elevated railway whirled as asthe asI asthe
the swing doors slapped together peered peeredsharply peeredhirpIy
1 1 I sharply IllhArplyat at Eggy Bills BUI heavy face dead deadwhite deadhite deadhita
l white hite in the glare Iar of light and prang sprangacross prangacross
across the sidewalk gripping a revolver revolverIn
In I 1 his right hand Tggy Bill wii too toodrunk toodrunk toodrunk
drunk to fight Hn Hi > legs wabbled wabb led and andthe andi
i l i the knife he pulled awkwardly from an aninside anI aninside
I F I inside coat pocKet clattered on the bricks bricksand brioksand bricksmd
and was kicked into the tti gutter by the theman tbenan thei
i man who had been wailing wail in for or him himHalf himt himHalf
Half a dozen Italian grubbing in a aditch aI aditch
I ditch on the east side of the Bowery saw sawthe sawtho sawthe
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the man press the muzle of his hi revolver revolveragainst reolvorI revolvorgainit
against Kggy ggy Bills breast bre t and they heard heardthe heardthe heardthe
I the muffled report The tnnn jumped jumpedbackward jllmpedbackllarrl jumpedbackward
backward as Eggy E r Bills IPRS le slid > id from fromunder fromunder fromunder
under him end rm as the waiter dropped droppedface droppedface droppedface
face upward in the elicit dn of light he shot shottwice IIhotd shotIWICO
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twice more more Om > bullet struck ruel the dying dyingBaiter dyingaiter dyingaIter
Baiter aiter in the heart the othei shattered shatteredthe
the window or a Clothing < store HtoieThe HltHeThe storeThe
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The Italians aeioj the Bowery nower chat chattered ohati chattered ¬
tered shrilly shrill The side sitI idt door at the Bank Bankwas Rankl Batikwas
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was as kicked open up n nnd nOd the whole crew of ofpainted ofpainted ofrainted
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painted women an Iud Bovrerv night nlj ht birds birdsthat hir birdsthit s sthat
that had been drinking bear in the dingy dingyback dingyba dingyhack
> back ba k room while Foolish Fooli > h Frank pounded poundedthe
f the t tinny piano and raised his husky voice voiceIn votchi olc olcin
In sentimental 6 nt wmtal ballads en swarmed into the thetreet thetreet they
y Itreet treet making their getaway before the thopolice Ihti thepolice
i police came me to ask questions They were werequickly wereI werequickly
< quickly lost in the drifting crowd of beg beggars begi beggar9
i I gars and street s omen and sailors ailor and andBobody andbody
t Bobody lI body paid nnv attention to the man manthat manr titanThat
r that hat killed Egg Bill OBrien > n except a apoliceman ai ajioliceman
i policeman who w hn had come running up upfrom lip1rOtn ii p pirom
> from below Grand street streel1lalln streetMallen
3 Mallcn of the Elizabeth street station stationpnw statlGlInw
pnw nw him run down the street litre < t and dodge dodgointo lIDdguifntO dodge4nto
into Gallaghers at inj I Bowery Mallonounded Mallon MallonBounded lll1onIi
Ii Bounded his whistle l left ft the I be dead man mannd mallimd niatind
imd nd the crowd to the police that were werecure wertta werel1re
cure to tocome come and jumped into Gallajjliorti GallajjliortiJThe
The he fugitive fuglti > e had less than five minutes minutesjtime mllluwsime minutesjime
jtime ime in which to lose himself but he did didItneatly did1tneatly didtneatiy
Itneatly for forthetime the time being beingI
I a Mallon searched Gallaghers from the theback theJack theback
back room to the eaves ransacking ran acking the thedark theIi thedark
Ii dark cubbyholes where the lodgers were weietretched w weretretched < re retretched
tretched out but his hi man had not clean cleanaway cleanI cleanawy
I away The floor men v who > ho servo beer to toGaUaghera toGallaghers
1 GaUaghera Gal1 ghers guests with a punch ready rlOl1d rlOl1dI readyi
r i for or troublemaking rummies rummll declared declaredjparnestly declaredearnestly J Jr
I r earnestly t that t they tbe hadnt seen the rung runl run runaway ¬
g l way
i 1 The TheBowery Bowery has a long memory and n CI a avg aIoose abose
vg L loose wagging tongue and before Kggy Kggyi
l i > Bills Bi1l s body had been carried away and n nquad Riquad aUquad
quad of police had lined up in tront of ofthe ofthe
I the bank there were plenty in the crowd ciowdt crowdwho
t who < < ho were dead certain that OBrien hadnt hadntbeen hadntbeen hadatbeen
been shot down in any an ordinary boozE boozpbattle boozEbatUe boozebattle
battle They remembered that Eggy Bll Bllwas IIi1lWas l1 l1t
was trie t only witness to the killing of ofBob ofBob ofHob
Bob Nail Reilly > illy by Sheeny Hheen Ben Adelson AdelsonIn I IIn
In front of Nigger Mikes place at 12 Pelt Pellstreet PI1I1 PI1I1atreet Peltetreet
street more than four years ago For Forfour Forfour
four years yea that pickpocket and all round roundjprook lOtlU lOtlUpiool8 round9rooktas
jprook piool8 was lost to the police > olioo until Friday FridayJhen
1 Jhen Wben hen he was caught at Pasadena Tal Talwith at atWith
1 i with ltb his i1laband hand in the pocket of an aged agedCalifornian agedurornian agedCalifornian
Californian Sheeny Shl ny Ben is to be brought tJroughtvack broughtiack
back here to be tried for the murder of ofHob orob ofBob
Hob ob Nail It was known at Police Head Headquarters HeaduartersFnday Headquartera ¬
quarters uartersFnday Friday evening that Sheeny HAn Bnnbad HAniad Benbad
bad been nabbed at last II t On the III Bowery Bowersithey
tbey th y think that Sheeny Bens Ben friend got gotthe galthe gtthe
the bad news about as quickly us Head Headquarters HeadAumer8 Headi ¬
i quarters and that measures wre taken takento I Ii
t4 > to i o get rid of the one man who could fi fithe fh fhthe flthe
the murder on he pickpocket pickpocketThat
t That was the finish of Lofty rty Boyle thev thevemembered
0 jemembered emembered for knowing too much muchab milchut muchtout
ab tout > ut the shooting of the South N > ulh Carolinian CarolinianPritchard Cornlinilnlritcbard CarolinianrItcbard
Pritchard two years ago l tO Out on bail boilLefty bailLPfty bailJefty
Lefty threatened to squeal if he was left leftto Ipfti I
i to O bear the brunt of Pritchards death deathp
II p Lefty was as killed very suddenly and anlpatisfactorily i isatisfactorily j jtisfacwrily
satisfactorily at Twentysixth Street and nndSeventh andventb aridSeventh
Seventh ventb avenue and the bottom dropped droppedut
iout ut of the whole case caseff cneliLleut casetLIeut
liLleut ff Lieut Mike Summer of Hoadqiiartfrs HeaIqliartfr4busy I Ibusy I Ibusy
busy as a ferret in the th crowd in front of I Ithe I Ithe Itbe
the bank heard h ard something el else e which whichInterested I IInterested
4 Interested him Two or thre < > of the inert inpriyibo inertWho
Who ho had been drinking in in the back room roomjOf roonsEtbebank roomptho
jOf ptho Etbebank the bank tipped Summers that a awafternamed I Iwaller
waller wafternamed named Curly Kd Purcaio had been beenprowling bepupibWlIngafter
pr prowling wllnjafter after Eggy t7lh Bill in several of Ihe IheBawery th thBeweryjoint8 thtBewery
Bawery Beweryjoint8 joints they said that Purcarn Purcarnbad lurcarnI Piircarojiact
bad ad been in the BdiiU before Foggy Bill Billarrived Uillo lllarrived
o I arrived arrivedBut arrivedBut
1 But that news tangled up motives motivesJ Oot notieeautifully I
Je J > eantifullr tifully Purcaro urcaro KH > everybody re retnembered rttnembered r rtnembered
tnembered who had nn interest in tn tntease 1116 1116erJIIe I tie tiecaae < >
tease was tho chief witnww against flinRt Policf Policfnan Policman loticetitan
man < nan Arthur Mallon when w hen Mullou was uas1ent wasent wassent
sent ent to Sing Sing lIin for twenty yean talR for forhooting fortahootinp forhooting
hooting a crook named nam 1 Hot Kriinuu Kriinuuat Brennitut27Boweryinl9O
at t27Boweryinl9O t27Boweryinl9OLiout 27 Bowery in 190V 190VLieut 190 190Lieut
Lieut Summers takin taking yeitordava yeitordavatip vftenJavstip
tip on Purcaro went over lo Brooklyn llrooklyuAnd
And nd searched the house at 65 6 Bridge HIid e atre street streetwhere Ir t twhere
where the waiter lived By chance he heheard heheard hebeard I
heard that the waiter bad friends Il endil in tlio tlioBrooklyn t Iw IwI toBrooklyn
I Brooklyn navy yard Hummers wont to tothe tothe tothe
I the navy yard about 1 oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon YeAterdafternoon yesterdasifternoon
afternoon and trAc tracet d 1 Purcaro to till tliebattleship tillbattieshIP thebattleshIp
battleship Nebraska Ho got his man maneasilr maneGiIlly
i easilr Purcaro hail 11 < 1d gone to the nlii nliito ship >
Ii tOaAk to ask if f there was any an chance to enlist enlistand ellll eiiqiI l lI <
I and nd Summers grabbed him while he wa wasmaking walkinklng waErnklng
making inquiries below among amon the men meni i it I IThe
i t The waiter gave ave up at once hut Ito he1wan Itoa8
11 wan a8 sore all through lie had figuredthat fUureil fUureilfhat
that nobody would CHI look for him on onone I
h t one of the battlfwhijn and that he would wouldhave >
it t have timeito lose himself under III1 < e another anothername anothername anothername
name He admitted at once that he h had hadhot hadf hadc
f c hot OBrien hut ho denied when rn n npector
t pector McCafTerty questioned qUeltionoclhim him that thatthe th1tthe thatthe
the killing had anything to do dowlth dow with ith Hheeny HheenyBens 8neenvBens Sheen SheenDens >
Bens affairs or Policeman Mnllonn case ciineHe caseRe l
> He said that he had had trouble with withEggy withEgO withI
I 1 EgO Bill several times lately later along alon tin tiniBowery thfJ1WWery theowery
iBowery owery and that OBrien had far threat threatened threatI threatIEned thieatsned ¬
ened to do him up the first chance that thatcame thatf
f j came amealong along alongJI
f t JI I run acrosi Bill thi mornin outside outsideof
JI of th Bank said Purcaro an1 an I says PIVHto saysL 0111 0111to
L to him Bill wot you got agen me VS Wot Wotdye ot otdye
1 dye mean by shoot in olf your mout mouteayin mautIi motitsayin
Ii eayin youre goln to bend a gun on me meWot meWot meWot
Wot have I done to you you hill slob slobThen 5101Then
I Then Bill flashes his sword on me and andI I1ndj I
I J ducks just In time to save cittin It in inth Inth inthneck
th thneck neck 1 gotta otta ottaacitton a cut on mv niyrightslioul niyrightslioulder right ri ht shoul shoulder Ihouldel ¬
der now you kin see it chief chi chiefPurcaro f I IPurcaro IPurcaro
j Purcaro peeled off ot his shiitnntl shirt and showed showeda Rhow d daj
a aj small cut on his right shoulder run running runj ¬
j i js sting nln downward toward the chest chp l Me MoCanerty MeCatYerly I
Ie ci Canerty having I learned that Kpgy > y Bill Billwas Billwas
I was w < lleft left handed wondered why w by he should shouldhave shouidhave
J have struck at Purcaro HO awUwatdly
1 I got my gun iun un wit me Purcaro went wenton
S 1 on C n an1 afl bein hem all workoi up f lot lets him himhave
t 1 have it I shot him to ported myself myselfchief myelfft myselfchief
ft chief and thats the tnif tniffOK 11ltr1 11115fIf I
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fOK Oll 01 EllCRUWlHi OJEIrCWII IJI STEFlt REIftGE SIfEltIGEI AGE AGECapt
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i Capt Arturo Hoinalnc first to lie Pined Flnulliuler Pinedtniier
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Iu liuler > ew Terttral Nlatnte
1 1 Capt Arturo Koinjno of the Itnlianl Itnlianlsteamship Italian Italianitearnship I IItearmhip
steamship Giovanni which arrived in inBrooklyn InBroolelyn inI
I Brooklyn on April 13 I is the first man to tosuffer tosutler tosuffer
suffer the penally of the now Federal Federalstatute Federalstatute Foderaltatute
statute intended to prevent the over overcrowding overcrowding ov ovI ¬
crowding of puHsengeiH in tho steerage steerageof
I of steamships steamshipsA steamshipSGavermnent
A Government inspector found thjt Iht1lmore
1 1 1lmore more passengers erll were Pore in the steerage steerageI eteeragethan
lassen
I fthan than could oou d be properly accommodated accommodatedand
and two counts were found against Capt CoptKoraano CaptRomano Captomano
Romano omano It wan explained by the cap capt
I tIn that before sailing II lling from Naples < l the theagent theagent theagent
agent of the line informed him that ho howaa hIwasovercrowdlfJ hewas
was wasovercrowdlfJ overcrowded but that the th Italian ItalianGovernment ItalianG
4 Government G refused to H show OW him to send sendthe sendthe
the excess of pdChcngers pal enlipIR echoic aholfIe echoicJudge I I IJudge
e Judge Cbiln Chllfield > ld imposed a i fine of J3001 J3001on 33co 33coti oo ooI
ti O on thejflrst count and suspended sentence sentenceon
M on the t other otherr otherJtT 1
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CBWI1ES Tilt O AVE 4VBtWS 4VBtWSAlto 4ws 4wsAlso
Alto Provide ror Protection of Adiron Adirondack Adlroedaok Adlrondok ¬
dack Forest From Flr FlrALBANY FtrA flrL flrLALBANY
ALBANY A L Ao y April 17 t7New New York city cityAdirondack oityAdirondack cityI
I Adirondack camp owners will be Inter Interested InterI intereeted ¬
ested e ted In amendments to the forest fare t fish fishand lishand fishand
I and game law embodied in the bill intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced In the Senate today by Senator Senatorlothnm SenatorJotham SenatorIothnm
lothnm P Allds Alldachalrmanof chairman of the Finance FinanceCommittee FinanoeCommittee FinanceCommittee
Committee The bill increase the salary salaryof
of Commissioner James H Whipple from fromKOOO framOOO fromooo
KOOO OOO to 6000 adds five new game pro protectors proteotolS protectors ¬
tectors to the present force a fifth assist assittant aSlitant assistI
I ant chief game protector and four addi additional additionat ¬
tional division chiefs makes th the present presentchief pre presentchief ent entchiet
chief fire warden the auditor of fire ac accounts aooountsW nocounts ¬
counts at a salary of 1800 a year creates createsfour oreateillfour createsfour
four new district superintendents of fire fireat fireat fireat
at an annual salary Ialal of < r SIOO 1300 and makes makesother makesother makesoilier
other changed in the present law lawSome lawSome
I Some of the recommendations of Gov GovHughes GovHughes GotHughes
Hughes covering the protection of the theforest
I forest are placed in the bill All rail railroads railIaads railroads ¬
roads operating through the forest pre preserve precounties proserve ¬
serve counties are required uired to organize organizeand
and maintain an efficient fire patrol at attheir attheir t ttbeir
their own expense If they the fall to do so sosatisfactorily saI sosatisfactorily
satisfactorily 8 the Commissioner Comml8l loner has the theright theright theright
I right to perfect such system and charge chargeit
it to the railroads Authority is given giventhe giventhe giventhe
the Commissioner to divide the forest forestpreserve forMtpleeerve forestpreeervo
preserve counties into convenient lire liredistricts lirediatricta liredistricts
districts and these shall be under the thesupervision thesupervision thesupervision
supervision of tho superintendents of offlre oCfire offire
fire The Commissioner may enforce enforcerules enforcenlles enforoerules
rules and regulations for the organization organizationof
of local fire companies and engage men to tofight tofight tofight
fight forest fires retI He may MUte trails trailsto tmilto
to be cut ditches to be dug and barracks barracksto
to t be erected in the forest preserve pre erve coun counties countiell counties ¬
ties as may mil be necessary to enablo all allparsons anpUrllons nflpersons
parsons quickly to reach the location of offlre ofJre offires
fires firesThe
flreThe
The superintendents are authorized to tohire tohire tohire
hire patrolmen who shall be supplied suppliedwith suppliedwllh
with necessary tents or camps cooking cookingutensilH cookingutensils I IIItenslhl
utensils and fire fighting implements and andtheir andlheir andtheir
their duty will be to watch out for the thestart th thstnrt thestart
start of forest fires The patrolmen are aroto areto areto
to receive rece e a salary at the rate of liS 75 5 a amonth aDlontl1 amonth
month In case they become derelict derelicttheir derelictthllr derelicttheir
their pay ia chopped in half Instead of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their being discharged Any person who whorefuses whorlfullcs whorefuses
refuses to assist in fighting a foreet tire flrowhen tirewhon firewhen
when called upon to do so will be subject subjectto
to a fine f1 nu of I 20 20Whenever 20Whenever O OWhenever
Whenever by reason of drought or other otheron otherIue otherentice
on entice use it shall be dangerous to tho forests forestsof
of the State for any person to enter any anyportion anyportion anyportion
portion of the lands within the forest pre preserve preseno preserve ¬
serve counties of the State for the purpose purposeof
of either camping or fishing the Governor Governoris
is authorized to forbid by proclamation proclamationany
any such invasion during n Ii period of time timedeemed timedetmed tinte1eenied
deemed necessary Any person who whoinsists whoinsists whoinsists
insists on entering the forest preserve after aftersuch aCter611ch aftersuch
such proclamation U issued is deemed deemedguilty d deemedguilty lIled lIledlUilt
guilty of a misdemeanor misdemeanorAmendments misdemeanorAmendmerts misdemeanorAmendments
Amendments to the game provisions provisionsof
of the law make the open season for hare hareand hareIlnd haresand
and rabbits from October 1 to February FebruaryIS
IS in all counties The open season for formink farmink formink
mink skunk and muskrat tnu kmt is changed from fromOctober tromOctober frontOctober
October 15 to April nn to November I to toMarch toarch totlarcli
March arch 15 > In 1910 the open season for formarten formarten formarten
marten and sable shall be the name as for formink rormink formink
mink skunk and muskrat There shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be no open season for Hungarian or orKuropean orouroIJlan orEuropean
European gray legged partridge partridgeIt partridgeftIILROAD
lLROil ftIILROAD It PAY BILL SIiED SIiEDII
II Makes Failure to Pay Pa Employee Fmple e Semi 8emlMonthly 8mltlontht SemiMonthly
Monthly a Mlwlemeanor MlwlemeanorALBANT lhdPll1eanorALBA IlsdemenorALBANY
ALBANY ALBA > T April 17 Gov Hughes today todaysigned todaylIign6l todaysigned
signed two of Senator Davenports bills billsdesigned billsdesigned biLlsdesigned
designed to make more effective the en enforcement enforcement enforcemont ¬
forcement ofthe or the lawjpassed la w l passed last year yearproviding yearproviding yearproviding
providing for the semimonthly payment paymentof
of railroad employee The validity of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the law passed last year is being con contested canI contested ¬
tested by the railroads in the courts courtsThe courtsI
I
I The new laws provide that a corporation corporationor
or joint stook association or any person personcarrying personcarrying personcarrying
carrying on the business thereof who whodoe whodoes whodoes
does not pay the wages of nil its employees employeesas I
as provided in the labor law is guilty of a amisdemeanor ami3demeanor amisdemeanor
misdemeanor and upon conviction shall shallbe ehallbe
be fined not lees than 100 nor more than than1OOJ thans1000
s1000 1OOJ It u os further provided that an anindictment anIndictment I Iindictment
indictment of a person or corporation corporationoperating corporationoperoting I Ioperutlng
operating a steam surface railroad for forviolation forviolation forviolation
violation of this law may be tried in any anycnilnty anycOlinty anycounty
county within the State in which such suchrnilroad sucnr alienrailroad
railroad r is is operated In addition to the theincrease theincrease theincrease I
increase in the penalty provided for vio violations violations vielations ¬
lations over those put in the law last year yearthe yearthl yearthe
the provision is eliminated which called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon the Labor Commissioner to give givethe Jl e ethe
the companies at least ten days written writtennotice writtennotice writtennotice
notice that action will illbl be brought against aRninnthem a againstthem l1int l1intthEm
them if the wages aKes due ue not sooner paid paidThe paidThe paidrime <
The other at her bill signed were wereSsiiator ere i iSpuntor i iPII
Spuntor PII IOI uinwricht provldinc that In IneilrheHter 111l Insv
sv eilrheHter l II est er rotinly rOllnl Ott C I y tin 1 ii e oflliM of i lOllnl lOllnliNI oiinty oiintylei 01 I Ut y yierk
< lei iNI U Court ulirt of Records prorl1 HeKl lPIIIMler Ti or Ipp I + pd pts ptsomiiissionsr4 < li4 li4omniKsioncr I Iommlionpr
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hall remain op open n front II A M 1 to 0 I p M McMii 5tetlrt III
cMii I etlrt pl dunlin ll h months 1II0ni h H of lur Jut o mt mtAugust nnl nnlA iittAugust <
August A II IIHI vlnii ts hn 111oY I he slat remain lIIal II open OI 11 fiom fiomu
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Mr Ir IflllI olne lefnliinu ami confirming ronflrmingotllcil rantlrminionleial confirmingct1i
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II > Accident 4oroner CoronerSss oronrr Wa > Police Say SayMulcldr Sa SaHulclC1C SaySulehic
Mulcldr Acreenirnt AcreenirntTwo rrrmCntTwo
Two bachelor brothers Isaac Ilaacand and Louis IouinAbruhami LalliAhmluuns LouisAbratisine > >
Abruhami each more than M 0 years old oldwere oldwrt oldWere
were found dead in t heir b bd < dn inn in a tenement tenementment tenem teriomentment nt ntmen
ment men at iS j2 Kust Fifth street yesterday yesterdayNear
Near them I were six large whiskey hot bottles hottll hotties ¬
ties Imply The room was full of gas gasCoroner guoronol gssorotter
Coroner oronol Hwrburger called the deaths deathsaccidental deathsaccidpnlul deathsaccidental
accidental Th The police said the brothers brotherswere
were in in a Hiiicide pact In Isaac Abra Abrahams Abl1hOIll1I Abrahams ¬
hams clot clothes hew was 139 Louis had 7 7Casts 7Casts 7Casts
Casts and and other materials for making makingplaHlur makingpllslIJr makingplaster
plaster animals woiu strewn about tho
room
Mr lrI Van all Schalcli Not ot a Sulrlilc SulrlilcCoroner 8111lIleCoroner SiikiileCoroner
Coroner Brewer of Brooklyn is satis satisfied satified satiafled ¬
fied that the recent rf > CMt death of Mrs lr8 Flla KllaVan FllaVan FllaVan
Van Schalck widow of Capt Stephen StephenVan
Van Schaicar ut her home 282 Henry Henrystreet HenryIItleet Henrystreet
street from gas asphyxiation was the theresult Iheresult theresult
result of an accident accidentwhile while she was wlIIsulT suffer suffering sufferIng r rIng ¬
ing from vertigo There were no dis disclosures di diclollures diiclosures ¬
closures at the inquest to indicate that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the woman had contemplated suicide suicideMrs suicideMrs suicideMrs
Mrs Van Schaick received a comfort comfortable comfortable comfortable ¬
able fortune by her husband but she shelost IIh IIhlost shelost
lost it In teal estate speculations and andwas andWilli andwas
was employed as An agent by a real estate estatefirm estatefirm estateflrm
firm at the time timeof of her death deathFour deathm deathFour deathFour
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Four Men Drowned Off Glace flay na S s sOODKNSDURO SOODtN9DURO sOoDeNsnuao
OODKNSDURO N Y April 17 I Four Fourmen Foulmell Fourmen
men were drowned yesterday off Glace GlaceBay GlaceBat
Bay 81 Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia ScotiaFive ScotiaFive ScotiaFie
Five men Michael Driver George Han Hancock Hancock Hancock ¬
cock Harry Gardner William Meleod McLeodand Meleodand MeLeodand
and Thomas Wrench were in a skiff off offBig otrHij orrBig
Big Glace Bay y and their boat capsized capsizedthrowing capsizedthrawing capsizedthrowing
throwing the occupants into the water waterAll waleIAll waterAll
All were drowned with the exception of ofWrench ofWrench ofWrench
Wrench who was rescued in an uncon unconFicious unconclous uinconscinus
Ficious condition but i il is not expected to tolive tolive tolive
live It ii thought that a sudden squall squalloverturned sqllalloverturned squalloverturned
overturned the boat boatUlack boalmack boatIllack
mack Hinders Arrested for Tampa Iur 3Iurder 11 Iurdrr ur ur1er
1er drrTAMPA derrat < 1erTAMP
TAMP rat Fla April pril 17 I7Further Further de developments developmont developnionts ¬
velopments as to the murder of G Ficar Ficarrotta Ficarrotta Ficarrotta
rotta tho wealthy Italian merchant of ofWest ofWest ofWest
West Tampa who was shot down on Sun Sunday Runcfay Sunday ¬
day night prove that he waa the victim victimof
of blackmailers 1l who could not persuade persuadehim > > Nluade Nluadehim
him to t give the 10000 demanded Black BlackHand BlackHand BlackHand
Hand methods were u used d FiT men are arein areIn arein
in jail now for Ficarrottas murder One Onefo
fo 11 a cousin of Fiearrotta
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preserves the teeth and andpurifies andpurifies andpurifies
purifies the breath breathUsed breatht breathUsed
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refinement for almost almostHalf almostHalf almostHalf
Half a Century CenturyLOW CenturyLOW CenturyLOW
LOW NOT AT HEARST DINNER DINNERIVIStt
IVIStt I ALSO MISSING ltIlS ING AS 4 WAS WASJCSTICE tftSI WASJtSTICE
I JCSTICE JtSTICEThe GAYNOR GAYNORThe
I The Iasufr l aEue Whooped It tp for Bear Bearfor BeaNttar flearitfor
for Mayor lUaorHe He Tells of Buccaneer Buccaneermho
mho ha Mask at a Democrats Demae tad nd of offunnel r ruonrl a aFunnel
funnel Shaped quadrennial Cloud CloudSome ClaudSome CloudSome
Some of the Independence League Leagueeadera Leagueeadem Leagueeaders
eadera who attended the annual oomph complimentary oomplimentary oomphmentary ¬
mentary dinner to William Randolph RandolphHearst RandolphHearllt RandolphHearst
Hearst last night at the Hotel Knicker Knickerbocker Knlokerbocker Kntokerbooker ¬
bocker were disappointed because a num number number numher ¬
ber of Invited guests of some prominence prominenceparticularly promlnenoeparticularly prominenceparticularly
particularly William II Ivina Roth Low LowWilliam LowVil1Iatn ow owWilliam
William It Willcox and Justice Gaynor Gaynorhad Gaynorhad Oaynorhad
had failed to come and put their feet feetunder feeunder feetunder
under the table with Mr 1r Hearst It had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been hoped that an impetus toward fusion fusionwith tusionwith fusionwith
with the Republicans in tHe coming May Mayoralty Mayoralty Mayoralty ¬
oralty campaign would be found in the thepresence thelrellence thepresence
presence of Mr low Mr hiM and others othersAs
As it turned out there was nothing nothingdoing nothingdoing nothingdoing
doing at the dinner in the way of fuslnn offusinnlIuggestions fuslnnsuggestions fusinasuggestions
suggestions and a good many of the theleaguers tbeIpaguers theleaguers
leaguers said they were glad of it They Theysaid TheyIIIlld Theysaid
said they didnt want to fuse and they theyhoped theyhoped I
hoped the league would have sand enough enoughto
to go it alone in the city campaign These Thesevoiced Theeevoiced Thesevoiced
voiced their feelings by cheering Mr MrHearst MrHearst Ir IrHoor
Hearst t at every interval between be lWefI rJ the thebands tcebande thebands
bands pieces and a d whooping him up for forMayor rrMayor forMayor
Mayor Later on when it t came time timefor LImefor timefor
for Mr lr Hearst to speak he intimated intimatedpretty lntlmatedpretty ntlmatedpretty
pretty clearly that h he didn want ant the thenomination thenOlllinatlon thenotninatloti
nomination but that didnt stop the thecheering thecheering I
cheering cheeringThere cheeringihere cheeringlhere
There were ere nearly four hundred of the theleaguers theleaguers theleaguers
leaguers at the dinner including one onedark onedark onedark
dark brother from South Carolina who whosat whosat whosat
sat entirely surrounded by light leaguer leaguerHis leagueHill leaguersHis
His name was Daniel E Tobias and he heis beis heis
is known in the th league as the colored coloredwhirlwind colorqrjwhirlwind coloredwhirlwind
whirlwind Brother Tobias > > made clump clumpspeeches stumpspeeches tlJmpspeeches
speeches for the cause last fall With WithMr W WithMr th thh
Mr h Hearst at the head table wen Magis Magistrate MagisIrate Magisirate ¬
Irate Crane John T Hopper John Temple TempleGrave T TmpleGraves mJJle mJJleOrav
Grave Calvin Tomkins Clarence J JShearn JSluparn J8hEarn
Shearn E It L I Gould Justice < RnealnUy
William G McAdoo Nathan Straus StrausReuben RtrsuReuben SmratisReuben
Reuben R Lyon of Bath DaniEl W Fen1 Fen1nimore rmi Fm Fmnimore
nimore and Thomas J 1 Curtis The otn othr othrtablell otnrtables r rtables
tables were ert surrounded by about nil nilthe 11 t tIhe Ithe
the league ooFue workers worpr including in l dlng John Pal Palmier Palmien ¬ I ImlerJ
mien I P 1 McNulty Mc ully William Iham A D Dp Ford Fordthe Fordthe Fordthe
the Deputy AttorneyGeneial Arthur ArthurBrisbane i iBrisbane i iEIJisbane
Brisbane and a d Tim Healy i iIntroducing IInllooucing
Introducing Mr Ir Hearst the toastmaster toastmssterCharles toastmslterI toastmasterCharles
Charles E Gehring said that the Indepen Independence Inderendonoo Independonce ¬
I dence League came for the third time to toconvey 1 toconvey <
convey to its illustrious leader its admi admiration admimtion adrutration ¬
ration for the services he had renderec renderecmankind rendereothe renderecmankind
mankind the world aroundApplause and andcries an anLTies andTies
cries of Hearst for Mayor MayorMr Iaor IaorIr
Mr Ir Hearst said the league had been beenvery beenerv beenvery
very erv much like the school teachers rod rodhung rodhut rodhung
hung hut jt on the wall in plain sight of bad badpolitical badpalitical badpolitical
political bOYS a hint to them to behave behaveOccasionally behaeOccBllionall behaveOccasionally
Occasionally said Mr Hearst t it had been beentaken beentaken I Itaken
taken from the wall to chastise persons personswho perlonswho personawho
who needed a licking After declaring declaringthat
that public ublic control of public ruhlic utilities utllitieawould utllitieewould utilitieswould
would be the main issue of 0 the league in inthe Inthe inthe
the city citycampaign campaign Mr Ir Hearst t said saidA
A misguided Democratic friend of ofmine ormine ofmine I
mine said to me the other day If you youwant youwant youwant
want a political career why dont you youPet youget I
Pet get back into the Democratic party partysaid partyI
r said to him In the first place I do not notwant notwant I
want what you call a political career careerand careerand I Iand
and in the second place pla I cannot find any anyDemocratic anyDemocmtic anyDemocratic
Democratic party partyAs partAll
As regards the Domoctatio party I II
I have hunted for it high and low 10 not notwith notwith
with tho intention of joining It Heaven Heavonforbid i iforbid iforbid I
forbid I have gone ao fAr as to adver advertise advertis adverlice ¬
lice tis for it UIosi it1ot
I I IIost
Iosi Sliared or Stolen 81ol 1I A once great greatpart gre greatpar t tPUI
part founded on the principle or T Thoml1 ihomasIeifvren ho in us uslenVrwn
lenVrwn rfr CJn ntul lime 1 he example HII1J1I of Andirw AndirwJackson Andr Andrlack Andicwlacksouu I
Jackson lack fII Liberal rcvraiil in il I he > < tinder flutteratii I Iunl
unl 1111 no iiupNilons a asked k < > < l Itaiitfhtti lLauuuthueulItuiinesi 1 i iBusiness IIhline
Business 1 Channel lIalll him j iii opponnnitr OIJParllloitfor opporu upujtt for fora
a 1 Democratic parly rl I nlucli will iulhir icliseretoiiuuisteuit i iIonmstenlly
Ionmstenlly toiiuuisteuit h to the t lIe cttue imi principle for forfIIO lothued j jmo
mo hued than ont outeritere r3 C3111 > mui 1JtII < n i iThere
I
There is i a band of huccnn 1111C iuuiccanerq < nner ° er < in it thi thietown hi hitown
I
town who before every election run up uptlip upthp impI
lie I Democratic le flag and under that die dieguuise
guise pursue IJllr the rich galleons of public publiCIutlk iublicttflie I IotHcv
otHcv There is a gong of gamesters out outin 0111in outill
in Indiana who sit it around the I political politicalgieen politicalgiecut IolltlclillglPen
gieen cloth and copper cur e the principle of ofJpffprHnii orlelTprs1l ofJeffersuut
JpffprHnii and plav both ends of public publicinterest publicInltHeMt publicInterest
interest against the middle of corpora corporalion corporalion corporalion
lion profit pr fit with the red devil as a the sym symbol symbol ¬
bol of a degeberatc gebel te Democracy and Tom TomTaggarl TornTagga TounJaggart
Taggarl in the lookouts chair I liters is isan Isan isall
an organization of freebooter in Illinois Illinoiswho Illinoiswho Illinoiswho
who have been aptly apt Iy but inadequately ilUldequatelyelC1ibed
described as train robber rohl > frM Outlaws and andoutcasts amioutcasts antIoutcasts
outcasts IP led by a Harabbas they patrol patiolI patmlIhe
I Ihe lie public highways highwaysIn
In the far farWt West every four years > ears there therearises thereniRtR therearises
arises a funnel shaped cloud Accom Accompanied ccom tccontpartied ccomrallied ¬
rallied by a high wind of political oratory oratoryit
it darkens the political heavens heavensand and devas devastates deaaatell devasfates ¬
fates the political plain Meanwhile the thefinancial theflnllncial thefinancial
financial interests intereRtII1ake take to the woods and andprosperity andproRperlt andprosperity
prosperity seeks eek the cyclone cellar In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the South men vote for a yellow dog if ifhe Irh8 ifhe
he bears the th brand of a regular re lIar Demo Democratic Demacratic Democratic ¬
cratic nomination and I very much doubt doubtthat doubttht doubtthtt
that f tiftv will fiver vote nt for a Billv Bill PnAllm
I that i t does not notMr notMr 1 on m m n J Jh
Mr h Hearst said that lIme league should fhouldgo houldpo
go into the next fight piinclpnlly pl on the themsnex theIfISllell flueissues
issues of public ownership of put public > lic utili utilities utilities utilities ¬
ties and the enactment of a law against againstovercnpitaliation againstoercapila againstosercapitalization
overcnpitaliation overcnpitaliationJustice oercapila 1 i7ation i7ationJustice
Justice Ftoaalsky praised Mr 1 Hearst HearstClarence HearstClarence HearstClarence
Clarence J J Shearn opined that the day of ofdeliverance ofdeliverance If Ifrlellverancl
deliverance was close at hand Calvin CalvinTomkinssaid CalvinTomkinll Calvinronikiossaid
Tomkinssaid Tomkinll said he was for municipal owner ownership onrhip ownership ¬
ship and John Temple Grave said the theleagun tbeIapun theleague
league had been bt > en of great service servl < e to the therepublic theI therepublic
republic republicBATTERY republicBtTTE81 republic1IITTER
I BATTERY MVS LAM 1UE1 1UE1The EXT EXTThe
The OM Deserting < T > lnB 1anfiulJh In fall Because HrcauieHe caute
I He Han No Probation omcer omcerI
I I have ha e received more than fifty letters lettersfrom lettersI lettersfrom
from people in the workhouse who wish wishto
I to be paroled < I Magistrate Finn said tlai In Intha Inth inthe
the th Eiiex F scx Market court yesterday As Asa
a man may h be put on probation after aftertwenty aftertwent aftertwenty
twenty twent lays I should he glad lad to help helpthem hellIhem helpthem
them but what can I do It is dreadful dreadfulthat dreadfulthat dreadfulthat
that they should have to remain in fail iailand failand tailand
and suffer fllIl1 r because of the caprice prlce of oChigh a ahigh ahigh
high official who wont let me have a aprobation aprobation aprobation
probation officer to iook out for them themBrooklyn themUroo1tIl1 themBrooklyn
Brooklyn Polytechnic Pol1 echnlc Chemists Dinner DinnerDr
I Dr I ii H Back BaekeJand eland who recently recentlywont recentlywont
I wont before the t he world with W Baekelite Baekelitehis
his discovery in the field of synthetic syntheticchemistry syntheticchemistry ynthetlochemltry
chemistry was the principal speaker speakerat
at the fifth annual dinner of the thePolytechnic thePolytochnlc thePolytechnic
Polytechnic Chemists Society held last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night in Spicer Hall of the Brooklyn BrooklynPolytechnic BrooklynPolytechnlo BrooklynPolytechnic
Polytechnic Institute Addre Addresses srs were weremade weremad woremade
made lao by Dr F W Atkinson presi president prellident preeldent ¬
dent of the institute on The Polytech Polytechnic ¬
nio Thomas F Carey on The Growing GrowingInfluence Growing1nftuence GrowingInfiueoce
Influence of the Society and Dr DrWllllam DrWllllamFDoerftingeran DrWllliamFDoorflingr Will lam lamFDoerflinger
FDoerflinger on The Production of Tetra TetraChloride TetraChloride TetraChloride
Chloride of Tin by a New Electrolytic ElectrolyticMethodjd ElectrolytioMethod ElectrolyticMethod
Methodjd Method ad
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PLANNED AND XECUTED AT MODERATE COST COSTLARGE COSTLARGE COSTLARGE
LARGE ASSORTMENTS OF LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS CURTAINSWALL CURTAINSWALL
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SKETCHES ALSO SUBMITTED FOR THE FURNISHING OF OFTOWN OFTOWN OFTOWN
TOWN HOUSES INCLUDING SPECIAL DESIGNS IN FINE FINEDECORATIVE FINEDECORATIVE FINEDECORATIVE
DECORATIVE LACES IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT ORDERS ORDERSBE ORDERSBEPLACED
BE BEPLACED PLACED NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY DELIVERYRUGS DELIVERYRUGS DELIVERYRUGS
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SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK OF OFLinens OFLinens OFLinens
Linens for Furnishing
Summer Residences and Yachts YachtsHuckaback YachtsHuckaback YachtsIluckaback
Huckaback Towels 300 iwrfoz iwrfozBath perllozBath NrdozBathTowels
Bath BathTowels Towels 300 3OOperdoz 3OOperdozliemstitched per doz dozHemstitched dOloHemstitched
Hemstitched Pillow Cases 150 per pair pairHemstitched paIrHemstitched pairIlemstitched
Hemstitched Linen Sheets Sheets600 600 per pair pairDinner pairDinner pairthnner
Dinner Napkins 550 i per r rDamask doz dozDamask deaDamask
Damask Cloths 2x2 yds 400 Neb esc esc2x21yds ch ch2Jx2lyds
2Jx2lyds 2 x21 yds 500 each euh2sx23yds eachL each2x2yds
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Late Importations of ofMillinery ofMillinery I IMillinery
Millinery MillineryModel MillineryModel MillineryModel
Model Gowns Evening Dresses DressesTailorMade DressesTailorMade DressesTailorMade
TailorMade Suits SuitsJ I
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Model l Gowns GownsTailored GownsTailored I ITailored
Tailored Suits Motor Coats c cGreatly cGreatly I IGreatly
Greatly Reduced Prices PricesBORDERS PricesORDERS I IORDERS
ORDERS FOR TAILORED SUITS COATS c ccan cbe
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CATHEDRAL CLVB DHfER DHfERMar DI DINX En Enllr ERtlgr
Mar Mnndeltln It Its Founder Among the theSpeaker thelicJtaktrl theSpeakers
Speaker In Brooklyn nrookl Clubhouse flubhouieThe C1ubhouThe ClubhouseThe
The Cathedral Club founded by Mgr MgrMundelein MgrMundelein MgrMundelelu
Mundelein chancellor of the thedioC8se thedioC8seor diocese dioceseof
of Brooklyn hold its annual dinner last lastnight laetniKht lastnight
night in the big dining hall in its building buildingat
at Sixth and Flatbush avenues Brooklyn BrooklynThe
The club is the leading Catholic social socialorganization socialorganization socialorganization
organization in the borough boroughMgr baraughdgr boroughMgr
Mgr Mundelein spoke briefly praising praisingthe
the club for its usefulness and oomph complimenting oompllmentlng oomphmenting ¬
menting its members on their progres progressivencss progressiveness progressivonese
sivencss He mentioned the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Pope had conferred c his blessing blessingon
on the club and its undertakes giving givingthe
the blessing to him the Monsignor when whenhe
he attended l the golden jubilee of Pius PiusX
X last fall At the same time the Pope Popecave Popegave Popegave
gave a medal to the Monsignor for pres presentation presentation presentatiofl ¬
entation to tho president of the club clubDaniel clubDaniel clubDaniel
Daniel TLeahey TLeaheyThe T I Lel1heyfhe
The other spe speakers ker wer Crd Service ServiceCommissioner ServiceComml8 ServiceCommiSIOUer
Commissioner Comml8 loner Arthur 1 OKeeCfe Im Imtice ltUftlce Juiaties
ties George 3 1 OKeore Edward Coi Coinolly COInally Cotnolly
nolly John Kuhn Philip Meaher and andDaniel andDaniel andDaniel
Daniel Leahey LeaheyBrooklyn Leaheyrookl LeahoYllroOkIfl
Brooklyn rookl Boy Die or Auto Injuries InjuriesJacob InJurtesJacob InjuriesJacob
Jacob Kaaner 6 years old who while whileon
on his way from school to his home at
287 Nostrand No trand avenue Brooklyn on Fri Friday Friday Liiday ¬
day wu run over by Dr Russell 8 Fowl Fowlers Folers Fowlers ¬
ers automobile died of his injuries yes yesterdav yesterdav yesterdaw
terdav morning at St Johns Hospital HospitalTheodore HotIpltalI HospitalTheodore
Theodore Tupper the chauffeur has been beenheld beenheld beenheld
I held In 11000 1000 bail bailThe bailThe I
The boy darted from behind a wagon wagonIn waif wa 00 00In onin
In front of the machine which tf waa a going goingslotrly goingslowly I I1lI10
slowly 1lI10 ly and persona raoM who witnessed the theaccident theacoldent theaccident
accident eay it wa unavoidable on the thepart thepart I
part of the chauffeur chauffeur1FY
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An IdeI ldf l potMilk p and aa Ileii In the PiaeJ Plflu For
flypepsl y P psl neurasthenia rneum rheumatIsm t m aad ag run
down conditions 1 Vhs n orl orlflna nsl Mlllt Currnuti Cure CureSittied b
Ilihed 30 jre yeAr r St Steam m beat locArei loC lo lire WrliV urlte Mr f r
bOOklet I 40 < 0 mInutes from Sew ew York so trVfli Iraill I
dally Jslly Inspected herd of Holstelneowi Hol81elll eo eow Addr Addrss
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Armed Launches Bound for Camp Where Wherefltolrn 1tberlStolen WhereStolen
Stolen Boy It SUPPOSed to Be BePADUCAH DeI BePADUcAU
PADUCAH Ky April 17 17Heavilyarmed 17HeavilyarmedolflOOrll 17Heavily Heavily armed armedofficers armedofficers
I officers from Paducah and Wickllffe Ky Kyare Kyare Kyare
are approaching the camp of Roberts RobertsIee
I Lee Hawkins and two other men about aboutfifty abolltfifty aboutfifty
fifty miles down the Ohio River to ar arI arrest
I I rest Hawkins on the charge of kidnap kidnapping r ri ¬
pingI ping
i While the fifteenyearold son of James
Eels of this city was wa visiting an uncle
I in Birmingham Ala last we wk k the boy boywas
was kidnapped it Is alleged by Hawkins Hawkiuawho
who formerly resided re lded here Hawkinss
two comrades and the boy were located
in a camp about fifty miles below here hereand
I and today Detective T J J Moore Police Policeman Pallceman PolleeI
I man Lige Cross and James E Estf Estee t a left
Paducah in a gasolene launch for the
I camp being armed with shotguns and andrifles andrlflcs andrifles
rifles At the same time officers left Wick
liffe Ky K > about the same distance below blowthe belowthe belowthe
the camp and they will meet at the camp
and try and arrest the trio trioThe trioThe trioThe
The boys father sworn out a warrant warrantat
at Birmingham charging Hawkins with
kidnapping kidnappingHndcon kidnappingHudlen kidnappIngHudson
Hudson mivrr Boat at Aaotl Auction AuctionThe n nTho nThe
The steamboats Saratoga and Frank FrankJones FrankJones FrazdJones
Jones aro to be sold at auction by Joseph JcsaphH
I H IL Choate Jr receiver of th the New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Albany Transportation Company
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MADEUP AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR YEARAN WEARAN WEARAN
AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF MODELS IN TAILORMADE TAILORMADESUITS
SUITS AND DRESSES INCLUDING ADAPTATIONS OF OFFOREIGN OFFOREIGN OFFOREIGN
FOREIGN STYLES REPRESENTING THE THENEWEST THENEWEST THENEWEST
NEWEST FABRICS AND COLORINGS COLORINGSAFTERNOON COLORINGSAFTERNOON COLORINGSAFTERNOON
AFTERNOON DRESSES THREEPIECE COSTUMES TRAVELING TRAVELINGSUITS TRAVELINGSUITS TRAVELINGSUITS
SUITS AND FANCY TAILORMADE GOWNS ARE INCLUDED INCLUDEDALSO INCLUDEDALSO INCLUDEDALSO
ALSO A NUMBER OF SUITS PARTICULARLY DESIRABLE FOR FOROUTOFTOWN fOROUTOFTOWN FOROUTOFTOWN
OUTOFTOWN WEAR WEARA
A SELECTION OP TAILORMADE GOWNS AND DRESSES DRESSESFOR
FOR MOURNING WEAR WEARMADEUP WEARMADEUP WEARMADEUP
MADEUP EQUESTRIAN HABITS AND SKIRTS IN THE MOST MOSTAPPROVED MOSTAPPROVED MOSTAPPROVED
APPROVED MODELS FOR SIDE 51 DE OR CROSSSADDLE CROSSSADDLEWOMENS CROSSSADDLEWOMENS j jWOMENS
WOMENS WAISTS WAISTSWASHABLE WAISTSWASHABLE WAISTSWASHABLE
WASHABLE WAISTS IN A DIVERSITY OF MODELS MOiELS MADE MADEOF MAnEOF MADEOF
OF COTTON VOILEJAND VOILE AND MARQUISETTE CREPON BATISTE BATISTEETC II IIETC
ETC HANDMADE AND HANDEMBROIDERED WAISTS WAISTSON r rON
ON TUESDAY APRIL 20th 20thA
A SALE WILL BE HELD CONSISTING OF OFFRENCH OFFRENCH OFFRENCH
FRENCH LINGERIE WAISTS AT 600 800 1000 at 1275 1275WHITE 1275WHITE 1275WHITE
WHITE WAISTS TRIMMED WITH EMBROIDERY AND LACE LACEAT LACEAT LACEAT
AT 275 400 500 700 700A 700A 700A
A SALE OF WOMENS TRIMMED HATS HATSIN
IN MODELS MOn LS DESIRABLE FOR PRESENT AND ANDSUMMER ANDSUMMER ANDSUMMER
SUMMER WEAR WILL TAKE PLACE PLACETOMORROW PLACETOMORROW PLACETOMORROW
TOMORROW MONDAY MONDAYTHE
THE USUAL PRICE BEING 2500 AT 1500 1500THIRD 1500THIRD 1500THIRD
THIRD FLOOR FLOORWOMENS FLOORWOMENS FLOORWOMENS
WOMENS UNDERGARMENTS UNDERGARMENTSDOMESTICMADE UNDERGARMENTSDOMESTIC UNDERGARMENTSDOMESTICMADE
DOMESTICMADE DOMESTIC iADE GARMENTS DESIGNED FOR THIS SEASONS SEASONSREQUIREMENTS SEASONSREQUIREMENTS SEASONSREQUIREMENTS
REQUIREMENTS INCLUDING NG COMBINATION GARMENTS GARMENTSPRINCESSE GARMENTSPRINCESSE GARME NTS NTSPRINCESSE
PRINCESSE SLIPS SLI PS PETTICOATS ETC ETCVEST ETCVEST ETCVEST
VEST CHEMISES IN A VARIETY OF STYLES STYLESBRIDAL STYLESBRIDAL STYLESBRIDAL
BRIDAL SETS AND TROUSSEAUX TROUSSEAUXBOUDOIR TROUSSEAUXPOUDOIR TROUSSEAUXBOUDOIR
BOUDOIR JACKETS OF DOTTED SWISS DIMITY CHINA CHINASILK CHltoiASILK CHINASILK
SILK CREPE DE CHINE ETC ETCON ETeON ETCON
ON MONDAY APRIL 19th THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES WILL WILLBE WILLBE WILLBE
BE OFFERED AT LESS THAN ORDINARY PRICES PRICESBOUDOIR PRICESBOUDOIR PRICESBOUDOIR
BOUDOIR JACKETS OF DIMITY 550 725 723LAWN 725LAWN 725LAWN
LAWN PETTICOATS 450 459LAWN 450LAWN 450LAWN
LAWN PRINCESSE SLIPS 650 65QNAINSOOK 650NAINSOOK 650NAINSOOK
NAINSOOK COMBINATION GARMENTS 225 275 275MENS 275MENS 27 27MENS
MENS WOMENS INFANTS CHILDRENS HOSIERY HOSIERYTHE
THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENTS WILL BE PLACED PLACEDON
ON SPECIAL SALE TOMORROW MONDAY MONDAYWOMENS MONDAYOMENS MONDAYOMENS
OMENS PLAIN BLACK LISLE THREAD HOSE
120 PER HALF DOZEN PAIRS PAIRSWOMENS PAIRSWOMENS PAIRSWOMENS
WOMENS BLACK SILK HOSE WITH COTTON SOLES
350 PER BOX OF THREE PAIRS PAIRSINFANTS PAIRSINfANTS PAIRSINFANTS
INFANTS AND CHILDRENS FANCY STRIPED AND PLAID PLAIDTOP PLAIDTOP PLAIDTOP
TOP SOCKS 120 PER HALF DOZEN PAIRS PAIRSMENS PAIRSMENS PAIRSMENS
MENS PLAIN AND FANCY LISLE THREAD HALFHOSE IN INBLACK INBLACK INBLACK
BLACK AND COLORS INCLUDING EMBROIDERED STYLES
175 PER HALF DOZEN PAIRS PAIRSAN PAIRSAN PAIRSAN
AN IMPORTANT OFFERING HAS BEEN ARRANGED ARRANGEDFOR
FOR TOMORROW MONDAY CONSISTING OF OFOVER OFOVER OFOVER
OVER 12000 1 YARDS OF ROUGH PONGEE SILK
27 INCHES WIDE IN AN ASSORTMENT OF FORTY FORTYOF
OF THE NEWEST SPRING SHADES ALSO BLACK BLACKUSUALLY BLACKUSUALLY BLACKUSUALLY
USUALLY 125 PER YARD AT 78c 78 PER YARD YARDEMBROIDERED YARDEMBROIDERED YARDEMBROIDERED
EMBROIDERED ROBES UNMADE UNMADEIMPORTED UNMADEIMPORTED UNMADEIMPORTED
IMPORTED ROBES UNMADE IN BLACK IVORY AND ANDCOLORED ANDCOLORED ANDCOLORED
COLORED NET HANDEMBROIDERED LINEN AND CREPON CREPONEMBROIDERED CREPONEMBROIDERED CREPONEMBROIDERED
EMBROIDERED WAIST PATTERNS IN WHITE AND COLORS COLORSBEGINNING COLORSBEGINNING COLORSBEGINNING
BEGINNING ON MONDAY APRIL 10th 10thEMBROIDERED 11thEMBROIDERED 19thEMBROIDERED
EMBROIDERED BATISTE ROBES UNMADE IN WHITE AND ANDDELICATE ANDDELICATE ANDDELICATE
DELICATE COLOR COMBINATIONS WILL BE OFFERED OFFEREDAT
AT 1050 1275 I6JOO 1950 1950THE 1950THE 1950THE
THE USUAL SELLING PRICES BEING 91500 USOO TO 2300 2300241if 3004tQ
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