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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY
YOID IN PATERSON
Will He a Mc.nl fif v in ,i Wrcli,
Sny Siciikci' ;il I'm Ion
Sf tin re.
i MOM! l V KKNKSS TIIKKATS
r now urn. according to nn official,
tin ln.t piild mlitriK In the Stitte.''
Tin' ilrfiit pr.tto It looked upon an
'lie lull liffoti' the Hlnrm thnt l -l'cii
l in lunik .Monday.
HUNGER CURE FOR STRIKERS.
"linn en May 1'nll or Hell !;
Iil'cul. I.ooso. till t Up
HISTORY OF PATERSON STRIKE ;
itamtiiry 1".' Strike ilcclaro'l in j
Dohorly mill, l.:tlevi;.
February HI- I. W. V. ilpclurr-d il
general strike m hilk mill ami lyu j
length of ki'I.itiiI Mnta 71 work- (
Woavci atnl dyers on Mriko,
MilUt Insoil or partly rutin itiir, "'.V. i
x)3 tn wurp-. iippinxiiiiittely
Weavers ilni.iml an eii;lit liour
workday, abolition of three and
four loom -.y-trm.
Dyrrs (Iciiiancl $1'.' a week.
April tliiywood. Trr-;i, Quif i
lan, Lrsi and Mi I'lynu of 1. V.
W. indii tod.
April Anient an IVderation of
libor Matted to nrcaiuVe inilK
.May t--Mayor .Melli ide named
committee of twenty-live to investi
May io lury disicteed at trial
May II Quiiil.iu lonvieted at
second trial of "mcitinc to iis-muIi."
One fatality m now.
Hundiedf. ol Miikei' nncMrd, I
many .-out to i.nl
Four attempt.-" to wirok trains. .
About SOU turn hiic women withered
at L'nion Sipi tie ye-.tcrd.iy nftrrnnun In
rcspont-o to ,i tall by the ltMileiv of the
Industrial WolK.'is of tlie Wot Id for
mash mnotins to piotei't uiMin.-t the al
leged action of the poller nnd the ,iu
thorltlo.x at I'.iter.-'nn toward tin- .striking
allk workers. It wi .iIfo railed to pro
test atraini-t the i otivtctloit of lVttiirl:
Qulnlnn anil otlur stilkr leailor-.
A (Miu.Uinit nf 100 Mrlkcr fr!n
Pat ere on a i tended ineetinc. .-ecuty-flve
men ,md t,rry-tl e uotm ii.
Among the vpeHkotr. wnf Patrick
Qlllnktn wm.i t men I'd a tf he Were
a hero uhi en me from a battle and was
nearly carried to the cottace.
Krederkk SumnM l'.nvd chair
man. Mr detUted thnt Quintan wis
not at the nieet m at which he In
charged with Ini-ltui? to riot and that
itrrfc police and manufacturers' were ny
lns to discredit the striker.
"Patcr.-oii is petting to be like N w
Tork as far a the police are con
cerned," he said. "The Patort-on po
lice have not vet murdered a Undent hal
and are therefore envlntii of the repu
tatlon of the New Vrk policemen. This
Mrlke win po on until th elaht hour
workday demand Is won if all the mills
In the countr ar- to be tied up. We
are. Ilt;ht!n for JiiM( .. and will cet It
When the time ruiiic" we will be In a
position t. difv all their court ,i In
spite, of the rnanuf tctnrers."
Patrick (uunlui denounced the pat.
erson authnrltlej The men and women
of Paterson would so the limit, he
t&lel, and will llcht until tbey die
"And by God." he ,-u;d. "we are soins
to win this strike or Paterson will !.
wiped out The people will leave It
The Italians did not leave Italy tn he.
come slaves in Paterson. The employ
er have sown the wind ami will reap
the whirlwind lle-en may fall or hell
hreak Ioo.e, hut we will win ThH l
an Industrhl revolut'on and when It is
won It will be followed hy a politic il
Klizabeth Ourley I'lynn w;,i (ho next
upcaker She said that Quintan was not
Mntencerl yet and thi was tlie first
time in which the Magistrate were
frald tn sentence a man convlrte,) of
"Quintan l the top of a hurtune vol
cano," she continued "If they sentence
him they will ra 'e an eruption that
will caui-e a strike ail over the coun
try." fihe suhnidlrd reoluttonn proteftlnc
to the Passaic county iitithorlte.s
against the arre.t or Qulnlnn, Haywood.
Treses, l.esslR and herself In coirnec.
tlon with the Paterson mrlke and de.
mandlnR the epiaslnn of the ludlct
ments acnlnst thi.m. Paillnc in this
they called for their liberation bv a cen
tral strike If tiiM-ef.--My t hroiiujiout the
country. It was itln tcntftil Hint
copies nf the ti'soliitionx bo .-cut in (Jnv.
Fielder, Mayor McHrlil". ,ludi;e Kletier,
United State Senators Hughes and Mar
line, and to President Wntn.
Robert Plunkel, otto of iiin .ipnakcrv
said: "Net week Pater.-on w'll hp a
dead city. The mrlke will be estended
until the llchti are pat oat an. I tin.
utreet cars will be mopped. AH Indu"
try will stop and If out people have
to ko to jail tlie people nuiv starve until
they are roeaed " i it her speakers pre
dieted that Patermn woulu be in dark
ness hy Wednesday
Die Hill Havwoo.l was to have been
speaker bill did not appear.
Mini IT I'm Primmer on Hreitil unit
Will cl- nml Tlie) (iroiT Olllrt.
Pti.i!xow, May IT. Twenty strikers
tei'a.-"d from the county Jail to-day
afiir .-crltur short terms for mlsbe
luiMim on the picket lines, complained
bittetly about the food tind the service
ptovldi-d by Sheriff Amos Kadcllff.
Atiiaiu Schepps of II,, lovernor
tn et, llirir spokesman, declared that
for the til st time days the 1. W. W.
il-li'Witlon was foil on bread and water,
lie chanted that other food furnished
the ptlsoiicrs wasn't tit to eat and that
sandwiches scut to the strikers hy out
sulci n went astray In the Jail.
Sheriff lludcllffe admitted that he
hail served a bread and water diet. He
said the strikers kept up a continuous
performance of "boo-o-o-s." Inter
nuimli'd with Jeers, howls and shrieks,
to slum how they felt about bclnff
locked up. There was no comfort for
anybody else In tho Jail, the Sheriff
said, so he put the prisoners on the
plainest kind of diet until they promised
to be Rood. Ills programme worked
W( II. he added,
Pencil warrants were Issued to-dny
for the attest of Carlo Tresca, the I.
W. W. leader, who had Iteen indicted
mi another charge, and Alexander
Siott, editor of the U'ccHj Isaur.
Scott. It Is said, has been Indicted for
criminally libelling certain of the Pater
son authorities, notably Chief Rlmson.
It :s feared the striker." may make
trouble on Monday mornlnc, when the
employees at the Price and at the Stern
Pohly mills return to work. They
cet an eluht hour day anil a 10 per
cent. Increase in wanes. Other m.inu-
tacturcis will open tluur dnois for the
teturn of striking emplqyees who want
to come Kick under the old conditions.
At n strikers' meeting this mornlnff
the l!ev. .lames It, Uallowuy of Paterson
utceil the striker to permit tholr com
rades who have won out to ru back to
their looms. He ursed all hands to
stand fast until they win ton.
Some of the manufacturers believe
tint the return of a few may cause a
bis break in the ranks of the strikers.
The police will be at the milla early to
prevent any disorder.
The American IVderation of I,.ihor
has abandoned iu efforts to organize
the silk weavers and d.vers m the hope
of lulnclnc about a settlement of the
city's industrial troubles.
"We will let Paterson have all of the
I. W. W. Il wants." said Assemblyman
Matthews, an A. K. of I., loader. "I
would like to have a Federal Investiga
tion of the silk Indttstrv. which would
show up the Influence that Is prolong
ing this strike."
Adolph l.esslc Mill to-day the I. W. W.
.-till Intends to paralyze Paterson com
pk tely by cettltiK the employees of the
trolley hues, electric llcht and khs
plants, Ac, to quit worl: for forty-eli;ht
hours after Patrick Quintan is sen
tenced. The Public Service nrporation's em
plnyce.s have mveu assurances to their
bosses that the I. W. W. will not be
able to induce them to leave their Jobs
i" a proiesi against ijuinian s sen
tence'' The lMWon electric llcht plant
U belns Guarded aR.-tinst possible attack.
ALL QUIET AT WHARTON.
Alrlke flrrnUer rr Withdrawn
Company tn " 'oiint.v for DnninKeii.
Wharton, N .1, May 17. -The ha'f
dozen special deputle.s sworn li li.it
nlsht by Mnyni Davenport to as
sUt Town Mirshal McDonald In
Tif suppression of the lawless amony
the striking miners of .n, Mount lb pc
colliery and their sympathizers anion.,'
tho townspeople, slept ciiletly 1. 1 their
beds last nlKht. as the dynamltliiKs anil
floorings stopped when the 'on strike
breakers from Newark were iv'ihdrawn.
Thrt Bmvlro Iron and :tce Pomranv.
owners of the mine, has crrantd all th"
dmand of the strikers now ccpt
recognition of the Weatetn IVderation
of Miners, tho discharge of about e'ny
old employees who are not union mi n
and a I'O per cent. Increase in wau-es
The Increase Is refused bec.mn. the com
pany contends that Inasmuch as tho
men'if wnge-a were raised 10 per cent, n
few weeks befora the strike was de.
last March the Mount Hope mln-
WOMEN THROW RED PEPPER
.lllnek the l'tillnirlhla Police tn
PHti.ADKt.iuiiA. May i; Stnkini; work
men, aided hy an army of frenzied women
who were urcisi on by acents of the 1
V. W , fought the city police to-day
at the SpreckeN Micar reflnerv The
police were I'omiwllesl tn draw their re
volvers when the women hurled rml
pepper m their fncen.
The police were on hand to protect the
loval workmen who were taken tn the
refinery m auto trucks. The nppearance
or tlie first truck was followed by an at
tack The strikers and the women nt
tempted to drag the workmen from the
ttuck. The police fired volleys over tile
heads of the assailants.
mong the prisoners taken were, msc
women who the pollen my arn the actual
leailets of the men in ifin fichtinir All
w-eio held in $l,cx) bail bv MaKtstrate
.uci arianu I ne taces or the policemen
who ni rested th women were scratched
and their unitorms torn Many had to
" treated at the Mount Sinai Hospital
because) of the pepper thrown in theireyes
50 MEN TAKE LONDON
THEATRE BY STORM
Cnntmtirrl torn First I'nijr
the play produced on Thursday, as has
been advertised, is that the translation
from the original Prench Is the worst
on recotd. I shall try to the very end
lo keep It of the stage, as I am sure It
will be a failure if produced. As I
hun the sole lights In tlie plnv nnd
li.in leased the theatre and engaged
Mourchier at a salary nf $ fi 2 ft a week I
consider myself the sole manager nf the
"Had I been in the theatre when
Moiiichler'ti men bloke Into It they
would havn seep what Western methods
would have donn toward putting them
out again. Now I shall Immediately
apply for an Injunction to prevent Dr.
do Rothschild fiom producing tho play,
lot- it is niv play. I bought it."
About i, o'clock In tho evening
Mouniilers detectives got into a taxi
i ab ami followed Hansen ns he left the
savoy Hotel Hansen plainly was ner
viiiih mid ordered bU chauffeur to drive
In ti citciiiious route. Finally, according
to tne Htorv t iiit later by his secretary
ho took refnen in the police station In
t.rays Inn toid tn save himself from
personal violence. His entrance there
was, however, a fall from the frying pan
Into the lire, for Inspector Parlln on
learning who his visitor was promptly
nrreted him 'on a warrant sworn out
by llourehler charging the Chicago man
with making threats against him. The
nlfenro noes not permit liberation on
bail, and so Hansen will be obliged to
remain In a cell until Monday,
llr. fie Itnthtehllil Pleased,
Or. de RothBChlld declined to make
any comment this evenlnit on the, mat
ter, confining hlmielf ta saying that ha
was satisfied nt the turn of events and
referring the reporters to Rnurchler,
The latter roughly refused to say a word
to tho newspaper men. One reporter
npproaehed him os ho was leaving tho
Carlton Hotel In the company of an
actress engaged to appear In "Crresua"
and asked him for a statsmsnt.
"Oat away from p!" ihoutea Bour-
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" OUTER, APPAREL MILLINERY
FOREWOMEN. MISSES MHd. J UNIOHJi
BtlGIN TOMORROW (MONDAY)
Original Import Models, Adaptations and exclu
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made from reserve stocks of Imported Materials
At Very Great Reductions
(A'o sale zoods resorted, exchanged or sen! on approcal.)
Mth Atmtur. 48th $c 4nit gterta
chicT, glaring nt the reporter as if he
wanted to strike him
The reporter stood h s gro.ind an
Bourchlcr ral.-ed his arm
"Conic a step neater. "said the reporter
"and you and I will Join Han-en a
th" Vine street police station."
The newspaper man. who is husk v.
shoived no fear, llourehler then walked
nut, and hopping Into a tak ab. he dr ive
Mile, Va;iandii, who is a friend of
Hansen, was askel to-night by Tut: Si s
correspondent If the rhuaso theatrical
man hal obtained money (mm Or. de
Rothschild as the latter has asserted,
he admitted he had received Jle.i'OU for
publicity purposes. This, It is iiirmlseu,
Is tho basis for the action taken by Dr.
do Rothschild and Kourchlcr. Hansen's
secretary said he understood the injunc
tion was rescinded owing to a faulty
clause in the agreement.
When Ilottrchler's men regained pe.
peitflloti of the Oarrlck Theatre Hansen
bills saving that "C'ru'su.i" would not
he produced were rcmoed and tin
original Rourchier announcement to
placed. This announce that the p'.av
will be produced on May 1'.'. ThU ts
the present position nf the force in
this "Crirmie" war. which l" making
tho suffrsBHttr. activities seem mild in
't he l.'nase nf II All.
It . no sec-et that the London Roth
schlliH strongly deprecate Dr Henri
do Rothschild's producing the play In
London at all. It hn.s lueu hawked
shout. Paris for three years and l
known t i be no good bat altogether
apart from this they do not like a prom
inent member of the family to be con
cerned In producing a play, bid or
oiherwise. In londnn. The l.nmlu"
branch of the family also U naturally
blttcrlv oute-ed to Dr. Ilenil de Roth
srhlld having Mine. Oorzlat playing the
lead or any other part In a play with
which Im s connected. It would not
matter so much in Paris, but in Lon
don It Is a different thing.
Their disgust is nil the greater now
nn account of tho unseemly row which
has taken place.
Salter Hansen also objects to the nc
tresa llourehler has selected for one of
the parts In the play. This wotnnn,
Mme. Oor.lut, and Or. Henri de Roths
child havn been having luncheon, tea
and dinner every day together at the
Carlton, where the Urm skirmish oc
curred which Indicated that the tight
was nnt going to be one with kid gloves
The usual practice of serving writs
Is, of course, lo serve them on the l.iw vers
on either side. Hansen's lawyer look n
morn dramatic course. It was ten time
nt Hie Carlton and the Palm room was
crowded A young lawycr'a clerk gifted
with a high pitched voice entered and
npproaehed the table nt which Pr de
Rothschild anil his two friends were
"I believe you are Dr. De Henri de
Rothschild," said the clerk, addressing
the French writer
"Yes," said the latter innocently
Then the clerk presented three writi
and loudly proclaimed their purport,
causing n thrilling sensation for after
noon tea takers.
; ASKS COURT TO END
Mjiynp l'rerpS n Kpcnivprsliii
Afifr ftovernnr Refuses
to Senil Troops.
Molii: IMOTS TAKE PLACE
CT lloniliiii'iletl From
semper Cnv Offers
AUTO TOSSES BABY AND MAN.
l"i-Aasemlilrnmn Alan Thrnirn From
furring nn Merrick Itnnri,
Freepokt, L. I., May 17, An automobile
driven by an unidentified peron ran Into
a group consisting of Theodore Carman,
a farm hand; Mr. Thoebe Uatcher. Mrs.
Ratcher'i ieven-year-old daughter, Mabol,
and two-year-old daughter, Catherine, on
the Merrlek road between Freeport and
Merrick early thli evening. Tho baby
was hurled from her can Into and her
forehead wai badly cut, Carman's right
knee wu dUlocated. The othrr escaped
Injury. The autotit didn't atop to so
what damage ho had done,
A wagon driven by ex-Assomhlymnn
w;illlnm O. Miller wm wreekril on the
Merrick road late thin nftertionn by nn
automobile operated hy Thomtm Watson,
a roarthouan knepur nt imllmore. Miller
wai thrown out nnd Injured about th
head, left bond and feet,
After the amaah Walson'n manhtnn
truck n algn post nnd (kidded Into a
fenen, Walann wti nrrentea later mid
held In 1100 ball by Ju.llcefjllnton l,
OTlnt fw examination.
t l.s'ci.VNAil. Ohio, May IT Mayor
Henry T. Hunt, through City Solicitor
nettman. began suit late tins afternoon
in the Common Pbvu. Court to have n
receiver appointed for the Cincinnati
Traction Company in an effort tn settl"
the car men's strike. Action on the suit
was iMpoir until Monday morning
on motion of the traction companv's
attorney., wiio a-kifl for more tini" to
consider the matter It wnssaid, however,
that the company oftlcjnU are in favor
of a receivership.
The Mayor look the legal step after
Oov Cox and Ailjl -Cien Wood of the
Ohio National fitiard refuseel to send
troops tn Cincinnati to quell riots which
attendi-d the attempt of tho traction,
company to tun cars on twelve route. '
The M,i or wa.. advised by the f lovernor 1
thnt he did not consider it necessary j
to send troops and that if the company '
would not try to operate cars there would t
be no riot. Oen Wood did not answer
the Mayor's message,
Oov Cos announced to-night that
he is ready to act as mediator between
the i-otiipiny nnd the t-trlkirs wbeneer
his i-crvlees are required.
Nn attempt wnsmadeto police the cars
It was announced that the police force
whs not sufficiently strongtodoso I'.Strike
breakers were not allowed to carry iiuh,
Cars were run out of the Avondal".
Walnut Mill', llrighton nnd Eighth street
barns early in the morning, An Klberon
aveiuio car reached Fourth and Vine
si reefs when a man walked into the centre
of the trad: and deposited a large box. I
111" strike breakers on the car sought
to remove the obstruction Instantly
a rain of mi.sies was directed nt them.
1'iom windows in the thirty-four story
skyscraper of tip. l'nion Central Life
liisiiranco Company evimo bricks and
granite paving blocks,
The blocks cras-hoil through the car
roof, which in a few minutes was sieve
like, Hand, sticks, rocks, barrels of
lime and cement nnd flaming torches
were thrown to the streel. The strike
breakers were forced to flee,
'I hat part of Fourth street where tho
rioting took placn is known as Indies
Square, the fashionnble shopping district
of the city,
Only on policeman war on duty thore
at the time. He wns directing trafilo
nnd was ten feet awny from where tho
first granite block thrown from tho build
ing struck tho street, Ho shot several
tlmps In the nlr.
Thirty mounted police answered tho
call, firing time and again an they rushed
to tho soene. They found tho car a
wreck and the trolley wire down,
Many shots wero dlreoted at the win
dows In the building, but none proved
effective, A tour of tho building by the
police rosulted in no arrest.
While rioting took plaoe In the centre
of tho olty similar disturbances ooourred
tn othor parts where attempts were made
to run cars, Sympathizers put the crews
to rout, Injured twelve of the strike
liroaWors and damaged tho oars to a large
Hrolna Urn I further attempt Jo run tho
ystam would m ttaeloiMi, nil earn whloh
had not boon ulandonod hy the orowa
of strike breakern were ordered hy the
company officials Into the barna at noon.
Mayer Hunt announced to-night that
The Best Cabaret Show in the City. Restaurant, 8th Floor."
fctJ&fUcn t) 5o WW
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$27.50 Royal Axminster
Rugs, 9x12 ft. size $15.90
Oriental patterns of the latest colors nnd in
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New, perfect rugs on sale.
Monday and Tuesday
8.3x10.6 size, value $24.00. at $14.)5.
9x12 Seamless Brussels
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3 ill ICU)L Hit,"
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Never in the history of rMrtilinR merchandise have such high grade
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Genuine Cork and Linseed Oil Linoleum
Any quantity cut from full rolls;
large variety of attrac- O O 1
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at. sq. yd Wv
Our regular 69c value; for this
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Regular SI. 10 value; for
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New, perfect, seamless rugs, in the latest me
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$19. a0. Sale price
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Popular 9x12 Crex Grass Rugs
Suitable for the summer cottage and
the town house.
Regularly selling m
nt $7.50 and $8.00. Hl
Sale price Jwa J
5,000 yards rich Velvet Carpet -attractive
patterns; regularly selling
nt 95c and SLID a yard; 7Q.
t .f.Mmp.iHi 4 r.ifiird Co.. I'mirtli I'loor. On ilr In-innirnn nnd liicd'.
sale price, at, yard
llciisy Chlnti Matting QJ
full 40-yard rolls pU.JJO
$15.15 fit Seamless Wilton Vclet
Rufts new patterns tf1 A QC
and extra value at P 1 V. 7 O
Smith's Heaviest Grade Seamless
Tapestry Brussels Rufts size 8.3
xlO.0; value $17.50; 1 f QC
Our May Furniture Sale
Another Week of Supreme Values!
$3.50 Porch Rockers
Vsili'ofi'r lrralin u.il V ihr i,.tct ioo,t 1.C1I f Utr ra.vrur
i of tmjoon rtilturr ri:,tl, , nf mir nrcpr. l, mi i rrs H
i.rjir vim i rn it pinir irirroi "Hi" n.nr i niltot it. Inp mrn ,i m .K
! rf, mirror ."fi lollri 1.ihc nnd n full !! Urt Silil -rprn-l' I'
I ri r mi.-,. tin; hi'uuirr. ini.i)Oi jiol ft.'ti.nn, ml toilet TnW.
'I hi lifAiitiful olii run
lincnnv M-wlne tnlilw
INt'Air,4 I' lllflio
fr'jtlrfrf nnd with Mlr
UP i" .'? inrhp nrrnK
fop, m two dr.'iHnr
Only tn left A.n mn
red back and nome with
Fl.it back, nil large,
roomy nnd comfortable
No C. O, D . mall or
phone order Onlv
loo Only one to a cus
tomer, for ne
Monday, at 130
( lillir NI.'iK noolter
' ii I v one to .1 cUMonir
.No mall, phone or ( O
l older filled. Double
teed .,at and uroncly
Misses' $1.50 Rocker
lio'ihle reed neat nnd Mrnnclv made No mai',
phone or r o It. older.-. Onl'" t.v mio jr
lo n ruiomer at . . "C
:r Mnip.nn ( r.iiidird l.o..
S75.00 Three-Piece Library Suite
thrift SMlle U tllfldr nf .elertrt hlrrh. hejuillfiillt. enl.tiH In
tnahiiitaiii I I'hoMrreil W trenulnc .Snn:illi leathfr or panr.f pl'ifh. e
hmr "ikt ten tt ti.ru Miltfh left.
J'lflti Klonr. n Sale lu-innrrnw unil ftieil,i.
In the Base
This Dining Room Dome
Complete for Gas, $3.69
In either Nile green or rich amber, with fringe to match, 6 large bent
panels and 6 small ones, dome measuring 18 inches in diameter, with
heavy brass tubing, made to lit nny height ceiling, complete with 100
1 1 - : . .1 l . i. . c . , . .
cHiuiic power nivciicu iikiii. muui: tor ciiner on
or electricity at small additional cost; Monday and
Tuesday nt .... ....
Cups and MS
That wrrr rrRularly
15c and worth more.
Drroratcd in linr
blue nnd white Nippon
designs (limit 12 to a
lon-ploct" Flno KnAlith or American I'orri'lnin Dinner Set.
Border or spray design-, n beautiful srt which we retail up
IO I'lILll lUl(MI!,, till ItCta
complete for 12 people. Wilt hold nil
goods for future delivery . , .
tSliii(iin f 'r.in fiird To., tlitsrtiiriil S.ilrro,iin
"itii.il we rrinu up
$11.95 100-Piece American
Porcelain Set at $7.95
We have jiut 30 of these
sets, which we bought
from the maker at coit.
Has n neat pink spray
design on very good
porcelain, h!1 pieces
gold lined, set com
pletc lor 12 people,
open stock QC
pattern p .aO
for small family or cottage use,
several designs to rhoose from
value $3,95, nt
(In Site I ii-mnrroH unit InrMlar.
,SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO., SIXTH AVENUE, 19TH TO 20TH STREET.
a i . - -
ho would nik for un investigation nf flov
Cox's rafufnl lo i-rnd troops to Cin
cinnati. The suit for n receiver for th( trartion
oompany citen thnt beonuoH of tho HtrlUn
tho corporation htu boon unnblo to jsorvn
the publlo and thnt n hivtvy loss to tho
olty has resulted. Tho company him an
agreement to pay tho rity o per otuit. ot
im gross earning,
about 115,000 a day
which huvo HveriiKod
Un gross earn
It is aliesed that the cltv him iilro.ttlv
prepared he budgot for IHKt on lht iih
sumption that it will huvo a curtain
amount of revenuo from tho company,
which it will not got becnuso of tho Htrik,
STRIKE TIES UP SHIPS.
't i ssisia
erin(.en Vc.rl. at Pktlailelphla
ACeoteil by LonssBoreraea'a DUpo'te,
PHitABtbriiiA, May 17. The strlko
of longihnremen and atevedorti wWch
beiran here Wednrcday haa tltht-
nrd it.'i hold on thlpplm; hero. Sovon
t on vwels, right of thr-m paKonircr
'.Inrr.s, nro hnvlnu difficulty In load
nir nnd unlomlliiK. Several will not be
nblo to fall on fchi'diiln time.
Tho iiteamnhlp Dominion of iho
American I.lnc with auo panongcnt, left
this jiinrnlnw for Liverpool with only a
llttlo moro than half of tho cargo Bhe
wn to havn carried. Tho Pallnnai of
tho llamburK-AmeriL'iin Line, which wn
to havn dopnrted thin mornlnK for Hum
burtr, may not not away until to-morrow.
It .s mtlmutPd thill nt leant l.fiOO
men mo on Htrlko. Thoy want an In
frouKo In wage.".
foornl nf tho HieaiiiHlilii rniniianltM
thtvaten to divert their Incoming- vee
hcIh to Now York nnd Italtimnro unlcs
th strike ondH by Monday, Tn ptovt nt
thla tho utrlko leadors tiy they will
order the union workern out wherever
an attempt la made to unload the ves-all.
VETERAN'S ESTATE TO CHARITY.
Mnj.ir Talloff l.rfl III. Papera la tb-
The will of .Major Ivan Talloff, a mem
ber of the Loyal L"lon, who died at tlf
Army and .Navy club on March 31 n,nd
who was a voloran of the civil war, shows
that h left Riga, Russia, when ho was
18 years old and entered tlw Union arm?
as n private. H has no known relaitivt.
but ho directed that If any be found the
ni to lively i meh,
H left his residuary estate to the Chil
dren's Aid Socfety. 8t, .Tohn'x Oullil,
rutted llelnew fharltles. Mnntellot'
Home, Uehiew Orphan Asylum and Tin
Major Tulluff directed that ho be burleil
In Arlington Cemetery, and he left all Ins
books, uniforms, badges and papers to
tho ljynl Legion. He made many cask
bequests to frlenfta.