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I Tie World' Simmon Day Is Thursday. THE WORLD; FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 26. 1803. nmruy Heir Wanted 4dt. Repeated In The B?elnr World Pre. ' .ffH
j STANTON SAYS HE'S READY
,How Hudson's 'Sheriff Feels in lie
I Rard lo Pool-Uooms and Policy.
1 UK HOLDS JERSEY C1TI AND WEE
I HAWKES OFFICIALS RESPONSIBLE
.1 Gambling Cnnnot CJo On, tlm Sheriff
I hnf. Unlet, tlio l'ollco Con-ent to It
I II. IIm Not lUon oniclHlly Nntlfl
I that llio Aiilliorltln. Ate Unable to
I Kiifmre the Uw-WlllltiK In Itrepnml
I (n llio Call of Cltlsnn.
I II ton citizens and l.noarers of Union
Btownsblp want to uDOllali ibu pool-rooms
Bwnleh u.tvo bueu recently established In tUelr
midst and wlilcli hnvo lccelvrd bucli kind and
ionsldtrate treatment from tticlr polleu force.
ll tliy inT0 10 J(1 19 10 B1'1 toKCthcr nnd
-n nd a committee, lo watt nu sheriff Stanton
'lit ino Court-lloua'j In Jersey City. Tlio
thcrirr says ha will do tho rest. UiH notice
I 'Binay also be given tu thoso cltlens of Jersey
..ll'ltywuo consider that tho (air famu and
.BJirosrcrltypf their municipality have been
.materially Injure J by tho toleralton of tho
'poller and trccn-coo33 tudustrles In tbclr
'mid-it.
I This Is given ndWsedty. Shorl.T Stanton
told a Woild reporter yestcrJay that he
"would be glad to enforce tile law vrnluh tho
police of Union township and Jersey City
navo been studiously Ignoring. Ho doesn't
consider It the duty of tho Miorllt to do the
work of those who am paid an J auorn to do
lit, but If the citizens make a direct appeal to
him he will see to It tuat the law-i reakcrs
luro obliged to BbaudSn their Infamous occu-
patterns.
I The Sheriff tsot tho opinion that It Is nearly
time that tho police of Weehawkon ana.ler
Icey Llty began to do something in tbo way of
Earning tho salaries raid them regularly
Mi very month.
it Is not my duty," he said to The World
rp porter yesterday, 11 to go Into a township or
ii Blty and do the work of those whoso parilcu
H Bar duty It le to enforce the law. Ittheonicers
W Bf a municipality within tho county aro uot
Bblo to cope wl'.h violations nf tbo law It Is
heir duty to call on mo for further au, and 1
ill guarantee that they will hare tlie'aer
Blce of every resource at my command. In
Mho absence of Buch a call for aid It Is not my
Blace nor Is It proper for mo to endeavor to
Kischargo tbo duties which others aro paid
or ana sworn to perform."
M " In other words. Is It their duty officially
jw notify you of their Inability to enforce tho
jBw J" asked tho reporter.
0 9 "That's tho point exactly. Until I am
gj Bfllclallj notified I can practically do noth-
ng. In Jersey City it Is bald that policy
'laying has been done openly and flagrantly.
1 haven't tho slightest doubt that It Is
' rue, and that the police know all about lu
1 Patrolmen on tho streot know all tho policy
lien and must certainly bo awaro of the loca
lons of tnclr shops. Tho question arises, why
lo they not shut oft tho game 1 It Is reason
lie to assume that If tho captain of a precinct
tf ells his men that unless they suppress and
X , irrest violators of the law tbey will bo
jrougnt before tho l'ollco Hoard, you can de
1 tend upon It that too patrolmen will attend
itrlctly to business. I firmly believe, that It
be police were really desirous of putting
bi stop to policy plaj lng they could do &o vory
atliy."
"You consider, then, that tho police of,
ii rersoy City are rosponslblo for tho prov
Jcnco of policy playing J"
" Thero is no question about It. There Is a
Superintendent, a number of captains and
nspectonj and between two and three nun-
Ired men. That force should be sufflciont to
put a stop to any kind of violation of tho
aw. My forco consists of but tno mcu and
tb constables, and It Is unjust to say that
the Sheriff should suppress abuses which are
nltbln the Juilsalctlon of larger and moro
available local forces. I say positively
laat the polio should suppress policy play
in;, and If tney cannot they should nppoal to
me, and I will giro th?m all tho assistance
In my power."
" Have the police ol Jersey city Intimated
In any way lo you that they could not stop
policy pluylngt"
"I have heard nothing from them what
ever In regard to tho matter."
What Is your position with regard to tbo
pool-rooms In Union Tuwnslilp?"
" it B exactly tho samo as my position with
regard lo policy playing lu jersey City.
Alter reading In The World that the Weehaw.
G ken pool-rooms. were open I wrote to Chief of
Police Darling, calling his attention to the
violation of law. I Informed htm that It he
)S found It Impossible to Buppresa 'the evil ho
might notify me, and I would glvo blm all
V tbo asslstanco necessary. Ho hasn't ac
, knowledged the receipt of my letter, and J
haven't heard from htm in any way. Ho
could close the pool-rooms without the
slightest dlfllculty If he so desired. The men
who run tho rooms are not tho klna
Q who care about being Imprisoned, It Darling
.j would warn them that no would or
"" rest them If they opened they would closo up
Qg n pretty quick lime. It they did ojiou again
. he could arrest them. They would thon give
o ''alt, but If they persisted a second and third
, time they could be arrested and placed under
gS heavy ball each, time, and the Justice could
, Anally piaco the ball so high that they would
6 be obliged logotoJalL You can depend on
It the rooms would bo closed up tight It tbo
Chief of l'ollco took a determined stand. You
can say lor mo that even It tho Township
Committee or tho citizens request me to act I
ily shall do so, but without such request or an
omclal notification from the authorities It
at would not bo proper for me to do anything In
the matter."
In Union township every man, woman and
cilld Is a are of tho exlstenco of the pool.
rooms, but Chief Darling has been assuring
ap curious citizens that it wasn't his duty at all
to close them. Ho has declared several -times
r that tho rrcsecutor or Sheriff fchoiild aot In
I the matter. In view of tho fact that be has
not notified either of thoso ofllclals of tho
uotorlous violation of tho law, ho has rendered
1 Himself iUt,u to ludlctmout by thu Grand
rtf 'W.1'100 recouno In June.
1 i,. '.f,'" probable," salil Sheriff Stanton la
l veiling on this point, that the presiding
i U8.U i "duress tlio Urand Jury with re
gard to Mr. Uarlluir'M neglect of dutr. He Is
.worn loeufureo tho law and he commits u
"'AJ1' "ff""8 'h falling lo do ho."
P""! htautou points with prldo to tho
"clhat thu ouly ladletmonta found by a
'uJa. Jury "KWhst jollcy plajcrs in Jersey
-iiy during ihu past ten years were by the
jiy recently drawn by him.
'hohiasWhciau hashnutwoof his ngents
linS "V?"1 111 a UUKC' during tho past week
npngthe factories oolloctln the "gigs"
'i the workmen. Tho particular district of
eo.ai''en.l', 18 10 thu tlclnlty of first and
J asblngton streets, where aro located uch
1 PHf u:torl,8 that of the Lorlllards.
lil-Lr5.ulom hu heea 10 meet the workmen
I nrt H,""- C0Iue oul 01 tD9 factories at noon
I S?.!.,p.n.recelvo lhelr monoyaud llgurca.
f !..,V . tr,p8 na,ro ben """do each day to the
1 h; ,loa Qd Vice-chancellor Whelan has
ia bU7,enn()fl,Ieai0''n Iwge share of
ill vf?,8!'.'1 hipng pollcy-players In Jersey
I iMnVtcra3r 1 hat a Keating, Whelan s
J iSlUS' l"0!10'" to retire and inae- Thomas
lan-14 " writer," is negotiating to succeed
Another policy dealer waa arrested yester.
i uV,n'l80,wa. J"'lu Bchumacker, of No. 84
IT "
n
HE HAS A HOT SAUSAGE MONOPOLY.
Veteran Italrd Oe.x tlm IlMt nr Atbary
l'nrk' Common Cnuno'.l.
IlTEOML TO TDK WOBID.)
ABIlUrtY PARK, May 25.-Charlcs
William Voltnlre Bnlrtl Is ono of tho
lmpple.it men In Asbury Tnrk, notwlth
BtandltiR his crippled condition nnd In
firmities. Ills, Joy Is canned by tho fact
thnt he Intends nelllnR Frankfurter
satisncea "nlout the streets of Asbury
Park this summer, contrary to tlio
wishes of the governing authorities nnd
a borough ordinance prohibiting It,
The sausage men were so numerous
and Hitch a nuisance Inst year that
when the borough wna Incorporated
this spring It whs rPHolvrd to ostraclio
these "lint iIor" peddlcrti, as they arc
fnmlllnrly called. The only wny lo
keep thrm out was to pnrm an nnllnanco
providing Hint iki licenses should ho
Issiii-il to them. This wiih dime two
weeks aco. About the time when tlio
niithoilllis were eouijratiil.itliig thctn
KelvPH, Chnrlen V, V. Ilalid, nn old
(jr.md Army veteran, announced to the.
iiiilhorltleH that he proposed sellltiK
Frnnkfnrters thli summer, and neither
the police nor the council could pre
vent him. lie mid CotiRreoH. which
was' ntipreme, pushed a law Inst winter
Hiving crippled war veterans tho right
to peddle nieichaiidlHe In any town,
oty or municipality without tlio for
mality of tnklm: out a license.
Veteran Halrd wan ho bold and em-
rhntle In his assertions thnt Founder
Iradley wan moved with pity nnd a
fonso of duty. lie didn't know whether
niieli an onnetment existed, but lie as
silled Mr. 1 taint that It he was rlKht
ho could go ahead and peddle IiIh "hot
dog meat" and no one would disturb
him. The poor veteran left tho council
chamber a happymnn.
To a reporter lie said that he had the
bulEo on the borough, for he knew thnt
t'oncress had passed such a law. He
pri'dtctH that lie will make a small
fortune out cf the business this oum-mcr.
IN till BURTSELL'S BEHALF.
A DelrcBltnn Will l'rrent a retltlon to
Arclibl. hop Sntolll nn Sunday.
Ifrrct il to Tna vroBi.n. I
WASHINOTON, May afi. Sunday aftor
j noon at 4 o'clock Is tho time fixed by Arch
bishop satolll to receive a delegation of tho
friends of Dr. lltirtsell, of New York, becking
his restoration to his functions ai a priest
The delegation, It Is understood, will present
to tbo delcgatu a nuaiarously signed petition
In Dr. Uurtsell's behalf and add their own
peisonal testimony lo the deposed priest's
great excellence, as a man and deserts as an
ecclesiastic Tho meeting will be brief, and
at Its clcso Archbishop SatolU will take tho
papers. Ills decision will bo rendered at
later day and will be communicated direct to
Dr. llurtsoll.
This cam has attracted a good deal of
nttontlon in catholic church circles hero,
with the result of arousing much sympathy
for Dr. Ilurtsell. The feeling Is, too,
although the coso In all of Us details Is yet to
be submitted, that. In the end. the ban under
whliih Dr. llurtsoll has for some tlmo been
resting will be removed.
Aicublshop SatolU, accompanied by Mgr.
Bbarettl and Dr. l'apl, bis secretarlrs, Dr.
William liarry, o' England, and live, profes
sors or the Catholic UnlverHty. performed
tho national pllgrlniugo to-day. visiting the
tomb ot Washington at Mount Vernon.
HAS CUOKEB BOUOIIT A NEWSPAPER ?
Ilepcrt that fin lino Acquired n Slouth
plrcfl In Teunraiee.
tTriT, To Twr. irnnT.n.t
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., May 23. A reli
able Nashvlllo man Informed The World cor
retpondent to-day that ltlcbard Crokcr had
purchased the Naslnllle Amerlcan,lho lead
ing Democratic paper ot tbo capital ot Ten
nessee, anl the change ot ownership would
shortly be announced.
As crckor has already Invested a good deal
of money In tho llelle Meade Farm, near
Nabhvllle, tho report of the purchase ot the
American Is believed by many persons In that
city, color Is given to the report by the face
that Walter Cain, who has been doing lead
ing editorial work for the American, Is now
In New York, having left for that city rather
hurriedly last Monday.
Tho Amerlc'au has been mainly owned by
Duncan Cooper, a capitalist and a bhrewd
man of business, but not a practical news
paper man. Tho paper has a largo plant, but
Is heavily boii'icd, and It Is believed thit It
has not been making money of lato yeais. It
Crokcr has bought li ho has probably dono so
. at a moderate price.
BAYED El' THE DRIVER'S BRAVKRY.
Two New York Women In a Kunaway
ut Niagara Fallp.
mmriAi. to tu vrnni.n.1
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., May Si Misses
Helen and Julia Stanton, of No. i!4 West
Fllty-secoad btrect, arrived hero last evening
, from tho West- This morning they engaged
! a carriage, Intending to visit tho Canadian
1 side- T he driver was Henry Drlggers, a col
ored man.
As they were crossing the suspension
bridge tho horses took fright and ran a nay.
Fortunately there was no other team on
tho bridge at tho time. Thu driver clung to
tho reins and kept tho horses from dashing
' tho carriage Into tbo sidewalk. If that had
happened the occupants might have been
hurled 200 feet Into tho river below.
As the team passed the Canadian Bridge
ofllco the carriage ran Into au abutment. Ono
of tho horses was thrown to the ground and
his leg broken.
Neither of the ladles was Injured. One ot
them said this evening thnt she behoves tbey
would have been killed but for the bravery of
Drlggers. The driver Is the Hon of tho hour
bt thu hotels.
HE WALKED 0U1" OF JAIL.
A Maryland alurileror Kicau and Say
(Jood-by to the Neighbor.
IfiPKCUL TO THE WOELP.J
Uri'EU MAIILllOltO, Ma, May S5.-TDIS
morning James Jones, tbo guard at tho
county Jail, carelessly left tbo door ot Will
lain l'lnkney's cell open, l'lnkney Is one ot
the two colored men condemned to bo hanged !
torthe murder ot Francis M. Howie, a wealthy
farmer ot southern Maryland.
Jones was at work cleaning tbo Jail yard
when tho news was brought to him that
l'lnkney had been been going across tbo field
In the rear or the Jail. As he went along bo
j bado those he met a pleasant good-by. Ho
.was without shoes and was carrylog the
' chain that was supposed to lasten hltu to hU
cell.
i In the cell was found ono link of the chain.
It bhowed that, a slight cutting on each Mao
hail bten buniclent to force open the link.
, I'ndcr the bed was found borne broken glass
with which Junes Is supposed to have cut his
way to ilinrty.
I Tho escaped prisoner has not yet been
caught.
fclXTV-TilliEE JULES OF FENCE.
It M ill Co.t Dr. Weill, 30,000 to lllllld
It ltnund III. I'irii,
IMTCur. to Tni wor.Li. i
fsAKANAC I.AKi:, N. Y May 25.-l)r. W.
Boword Webb does not Intend that anyone
shall trespass on his private preserve. This
week he began tbo erection of a wire fenco
round Nchasane Park, Including Lake Ula.
T he fence will be Mtty-lbri-e miles long,
nine feel high and will be composed of four
teen parallel wires. It will cost 150,000.
a,
A TVI1II0 Girl Marrle. an Indian.
irzciAb TO TUE WOULD. 1
S1R8KTON AGENCY, P. D., May 25. MISS
Cynthia .s-itockwell, ,teacber, and ltlcbard
King, a full-blooded Indian, were married to
day. Miss ltockwell camo from Washington,
whcroltla said she ODcercund as a belle.
King 1 a wlaower, apeak tolerably good
tfogllf h, ana 1 loicelulhg ot a ladles' man.
SOUSIER FOUND GUILTY.
His Alleged Court in Newark Will
Probably Be Brokon Up.
HE EXTORTED $50 FROM FELDMANN
AND ALSO ASSAULTED HIM.
Felilmann'. Te.tlmonr I Corroborated
bv Oilier W'ltne.aef, Inclnillnc III.
Wife, M ho fSnvD She, Too, Waa Kept
In Jail Until llci Talil Konimor DO
Jinllcn Cnminer Made a Denial, but
the. .Iiiry l'romntly Ctonvlctnil Him.
Philip Soniinor, Justice of tho Pence, has
entered a straight-out pica of KUlliy and two
pleas 'of 11011 vult to charges ot extortion, lie
faced a Jury of his peers In Newark yester
day on a similar accusation. Tho lndlclmut
hct forth that he had extorted t5t) from Max
Felilmann. According lo Keldmnnn the.lustlce
assaulted blm for objectlug to tho extortion.
The Jury found sommer guilty.
Wo propose to prove,' said rrosocutor
Crane, " that Max Keldmann waa arrrstcd on
Saturday night, Aug. 1U; 1803, on complaint
of Louis Blum, charged with the tbeft ot n
watch. Tho arrest was mndo totwecn 12
and I oM'ick that nl.'bt, and at 1 oclcck ho
was committed to Jail. Two or throe days
later he was taken to Sommer's ofllco ana re
leased on tho payment of $50. Felilmann told
Sommcr that ho ought lo protect Innocent
peoplu Instead of robbing them, and then
sommcr struck him In the face with his fist.
The law decs not allow a Justice of the
pcaco to collect sny costs from the defend
ant In a criminal case. The county pays all
costs, and It the Justice takos money from
others ho violates tbo law, Tbo Justices
send their bills to the Prosecutor's office, and
he certifies to them It tbey aro correct."
" Ho doesn't gel paid lr thero is no convic
tion, " rcmaikcd Senator Barrett, counsel for
Bommer.
" Yes, ho does."
"No, bo dooau't."
" I say he does, and I tblnk I know what Is
going on In my ofrice," Prosecutor Crane said
testily. He quoted tho law to support his
position.
)?Jt doesn't make any difference," judge
Klrkpatrlck said. A Justice has no right to
collect money from a man who has been
arrested."
Max Feldmann told tho Jury of his arrest,
and how Oscar Sommer, tbo Justice's Bon,
took him to Jail niter midnight on Saturday,
"I was keut In Jail until the following Mon
day," ho said, "and then brought down to
Sommer's court tor an examination. I was
found not guilty, but bommer lined me too. I
paid thn money, and asked bommer It that
was a court of justice or a place to rob a
fellow. Then he hit mo In the face."
"How much money did you have at. thn
tlmo you wote arrested t" asKcd Senator Bar
rett. 1 had C5, and tin ot that I gave to Hor
ace Kenny as counsel foes. Sommer excused
hlmscb for having sent me to Jail by saying
that he wouldn't havo donu It It he had known
that I had so much money."
Morns (loldBarth corroborated reldmann's
testimony. Mrs. Feldmann told a similar
story anu added tbo startling statement thai
she was arrested at the same time as litmus
band and connned In Jail until ha purchased
their liberty by paying the 450.
senator barren said be would prove that
no money as paid to sommer, but that all
the money Feldmann had was paid to lloraco
J. Kenny as oounsel. He contended that In
stead of Sommer assaulting beldmann It was
Feldmann who attempted to assault sommer.
Lawyer Horace J. Kenny said ho saw Feld
mann In Jail on tho Sunday. 'Ihe prisoner
paid him r and gave a diamond ring as se
curity lor u bnlance of tlo. When the money
was foi incoming he returned the ring to
Feldmann.
Jusilcu lllauvelt testified that he wesln
Sommer's offlco during tbo examination.
Felmaun attempted to assault the complain
nut, ilium, and Justice .sommer forcid blm
back Into his seat Blnuvelt admitted that
he wasn't present during all the proceedings. I
Ceorge Has.-r gave a general corroboration to I
Illauvelt'H story. Kugar 1- llarulron, who
made the complnlut against a man whom
bommer is accusal of aitemntlog to extort
money trom, uilmltted having been with
Cunstablu Scbrneder, Oscar bommer and 1
another man when the arrest whs made.
" wasn't the other man the precedlug wit
ness, Oeorgc Kasor?"
It might have beon."
Sommer then told his own story. He de
nied having asked or accepted any money
lioin Feldmann. No, bedMn't assault Fela
mann, but feldmann did try to assault mm.
" Did you send Lawyer Kenny to see Fetd
mann at the Jall'r"
.No, sir."
Tho ordinary recess for luncheon was or
dered at this stace. As thu Jurors were1
leaving tho building a constablo burned Into
Under Mberirt Titus's ofllce and told nlrn tnat
Constablo Volz was taking me of the jurois
across the nticel to a saloon. Vein ts for
merly nu attache of sommer's ofllco, and on
Wednesday he wasconvicted of tuktng money
on lulse pretenses. Ho denied having ap
proached the Jurors In any way, but Sommer
paid lor drinks to a group of six.
Tne summing up and charge didn't take
long and the Juiors were out Just long
enough to glvo each man au opportunity to
vote in favor ot declaring Sommer guilty of 1
both extortion and assnulu
There was general satisfaction In the com-1
munlty when the result ot the verdict was ac
1 nouneed and an unkindly hop was ox pressed
that he might spend a long term In 'I mil on.
For years Sommer has been conducting an
' outrageous t.ystcni of swlndllng.ln his alleged
court on Market Rtreeu Business was svr
tematlcally drummed up, and every victim I
dragged there was fleeced before being al-1
lowed to jo. .TJie profits were buniclent to
inaluialni4iVner and a gong 01 satellites. 1
T ho World denounced and exposed the ras
cality on several occasions, but the men were
left untouched to mug that tbey becamo
bolder nnd bolder and merely laughed at
nevtspupcr attarks. Tho Grand Jury for the
December term of 1K02 brought Sommer to
book on four charges. He may be sentenced
next Monday.
MRS. MEEKER WANTS A SEPARATION.
Hbe Allecea Cruelty uml Iter lln.band
horce Inllilfdttr und Inaanllr
Mrs. Anna E. Meeker's suit against her hus
band, Jonathan T. Meeker, fur a separation,
was before Vice-Chancellor Green In Newark
yesterday. The couplu wcro married In isns
and lived happily lor nearly a year. Tbo pe
titioner Is a frail, nervous llitto woman,
twcuty-eleht years ot 'age, and her
husband is a jer oiler. He was absent
from homo on business irom tho Hint to tho
middle ot ovcry month. Sho had earned 412
awetktor teteril jcarBln au office, saved
considerable money and furnished tho house,
us null as providing her own clothes and tak
ing boarders.
lie acuuse-d her of Intimacy with Mr. Llnd,
ono ot tbo boarders, and also with a Mr. Me
Klrgan, who called at the nouso two or tbreo
times. She claimed that her husband struck
her, choked her and beut her, tesldes tbieat
enlng her Hie with a revolver.
It was shown that sho had arisen In the
night, gone lo the cellar, to ibo roof, and out
In thu alley, and that later "ho was found
crouching In a box la tho yard and was per
suaded to oome back. The husband claimed
there wus no cause for such condui t, and ho
could not explain It except that she was In
bane. M10 alleged fear, but testified to no
particular threats, and could not explain
why she opened doors and windows and took
the bed clothing from her husband. Tho
Vice-chancellor reserved his decision.
May 'row Kloruii In Ihe Northwest.
ISllI'EMING, Mich., May 25,-Snow fell
here and on a ttrrltory 200 miles east and
west ot Isbpemlng all day yesterday. Tbo
now Is several Inches deep In tbo streets of
Ited Jacket, Mich. At Marquette a terrific
know storm waa lo progress all day, and a I all
ot four lucnes Is reported. The winter's anew
Is not entirely gone.
How 10 net Fat!
Taintcf , for tbla p.opl., doe. It. PanphUt
tlM. 'iUlACD00.,Kllro44lI, BllHfc V
HOTEL SAFE ROBBED.
Iandlnr1 Grace Kept nusy Making
Oooit tlU duetts Lnupt.
CHICAGO, May 2f Edward Grace, pro
prietor ot tho draco Hotel, Clark and Jack
son streets, did nothing all day yesterday
but pay out money to bla gups' a.
Night Clerk J. U Welsh bad. It was said,
robbed the hold safe of currency, drafts and
Jewelry to the amount ot ietwecn tH.oooand
$7,000, and as fast as tbo olalmt wcro pre
sented Mr. Grace made good the losses. Up
to 0 o'cloek last evening ho had settled
accounts with fifteen of the guests, tho
aggregate being 12,700.
Welsh Is only iwenty years old. At M
o'( lock yesterday morning be told the night
porter he was going out for a short walk.
That was tho last teen of htm.
"MACY
6th Ave. 13th to 14th St.
Millinery.
Exceptional bargains.
Fine imported Leghorns for
Misses and Children, ichly
trimmed, good value at (1.(50,
at 4.98-
White imported Leghorns, worth
1.25; while they last. .
at .59.
Misses' and Children's Fancy lace
straws, in a variety ol shapes and
colors, sold elsewhere for 40c.,
at . 1 8.
Trimmed Milan Sailors, regula
tion style, all silk ribbon nnd
leather sweatband, sold elsewhere
for 2.25,
V atl.88'
Boys' Hats.
Beautiful Hats, trimmed with
all silk ribbon and in a variety
of styles, worth Irom 1.00 to
1.G0,
at .69.
tern
Bros
1 will of'cr U-morrow
in their
Misses1 and
Children's Dep'ts
a large assortment of
Gingham
Dresses
$ 1 9
handsomely 1 kJ
ItTf M.98
year sizes $
Also a collection of
Serge, Cashmere
and Cnullies
One-Piece Suits
410,4 f A Oft
year sizes at -r J VJ
Heretofore $9.50 to $13.75.
And
N ivy Blue Seree
and Hop-Sacking
! Eton Suits
Trimmed with black 4.
bra. J C
14 and 16 ye.ir izes at VwS M
Hc-retofore $13.50.
West 33d St.
I EHRICH BROS.
I Three Big Bargains
IN
1 BOYS' CLOTHING
j FOll
Friday and Saturday Only.
1,000 BOYS' OUTING TLANNKlA Inn
BI1IRT WAISTS. UUTTO.N FKONT.' I I Ul
WITH POCKKTi ACTUAL VALUHj I I
39c. EACH i WILL HE bOLU AT....) " 1
6 W FAUNTI.EHO Y BLOUSE W A IBTrtA
IIANDSOMKI.Y KMBItOIOKIlKD, A AO
SIZES JK TO 6 YKAIlSi ACTUAlAUU
VALUK SI. 60 EACH WILL bElaJII
BOLD rOK I
1,000 BOYS' WA81I BU1TB, OUAIM
AriTKEU FAST COLOKH. HIZKB 3(1 QC
TO 10 YKAKSl ACTUAL VAI.UEl l Aft
3.00 AND 3.25 EAClIi WILL BK(
Ori'CUEU AT J
6TH AVE. & 23D ST.
EHRICH BROS.
To-Morrow from 9 A. M. until 2 P. M. Only.
SUITS.
Sntoon nnd Ginplmin Suits, hircro rIoovcr, $ "9 '
full nkirts, nmtlo with two ruillos, worth m
$7.00, for ) m m
Finn English Duck Eton Suits, in) $ JHk HjCj
whito ami figurotl ilosiyns, worth el
$8.00, for. j Hri U
Eton mill niiizer Suits in fino Storm
Hoigo, Illai'lc, Jiluo uml Tun; iiIbo suits $ dffik (fk
in Fronuh mid Scotch GinghriniH, P l
tiinnnud with Enibrodory find RihboiA D3Fb
in nowest stylcn, worth K5.G0, for '
CAPES.
100 Cupcs in BlackSicilinn.linod throuRhA
out with Kilk nrnl triminod with jot;
llrondcloth Cnpos,- rntin-ribbon rufllo' S
over shoulder, ribbon rucho nt nock,. M M
in colors, und Bluek Dingonnl, trinnnody m M m
with sntin ribbon, worth $15.00 to)
$18.00, for
White & Figured Duck Vests,
WOllTII 4.M EACH; FOlt
82.25.
6TH AVENUE AND 23D STREET.
O'NEILLS
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. I
OFFER
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Eitraortoary Values
IN
DRESS GOODS
170 Pieces Travellers' Sern f c
98 Pieces Serpsaline Wales LU
120 Piecis Helton Cord - (U U
The above goods are
all wool, $2 lit dies
wide, hi the most de
sirable colors, and
specially des igned,
for Travelling and
Seaside Wear; for
merly sold at 1.25
and 1.4:0.
ALSO
2 cases Imported MEL'ANOE
SERGE, reduced from flCc. to
54c.
All -wool STOHM SERGE,
reduced from 55c. to
39c.
H. O'NEILL & CO.,
6th Ave., 20th to 2 1st st.
To-morrow, 'Friday,
250 DOZEN
2Hcn'5 JUasljSratfs
in Flowing ends nnd regular
Four-in-hand,
25 each. 2.75doz
i-1
"fJAMMEYEg"
Stamped on a Shae
Means Standard of Merit.
REMOVAL
Sacrifice Sale
OF
Fine Shoes
Broken Lines, Man; Styles.
MEN'S SHOES
2. 50 "" 3
Per Pair.
FORMER PRICES
S5 and $6
lades' shoes
150 t 3
Per Pair.
FORMER PRICES,
So oo Sez oo
to O-
TOE AIJOVE ARE IUIOKEN LINES
OK FINK SHOES. WE HAVE NOT
ALL SIZES, HUT THOSE THAT (JAN
UK. FITTED WILL (JET
A Great Bargain.
A.J.CAMMEYER
Sixth Avonuo. cor. 12th st.
NEW STORE.
(J 6th Ave. & 15th St.,
INDUCEMENTS IN
SHOES
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Ladies' Fine Paris Kid
Huttoned Boots, 07
Hive Styles, at J,0 J
Ladies' Fine DonpoU
Buttoned Boots made 4 rQ
in Piccadilly lasts, at I.VO
Ladies' Brown Coat
Oxford Ties and 4 in
Bluchers, at l.Oy
Ladies' White Canvas
- Oxford Ties, White
Kid Tips and Trim- f 'jr
mings, at 1 .O V
Sixth Ave. & 15th St
I Sixth Avenu
(J? WE SH
Friday and
Twenty-Fiv
PAPA
They corn-prise the
of one of ihe mo
best manufacturers
Every Style,
Every C
ALL AT THE ONE I
14
Ha
Al.r, AKK w
2.98 tc
SIXTH AVENUE AP
Stern
BroSo
To-Morrow nnd Saturday
Special Sale
of
Shoes
consist n of '
750 Pji Li iss
Fife Ficnch Krt
Dress UootJ,
vanou jiylfs, . J f A
:iJC3 2to 'j;s' .
and S'A t 7
in nartow widths at
Rs uccd from $4.9 , & j6.qs pair
500 Pars Fin;
Fiendi Kid
l.and-made t J
O.for.i Tes f C 8 O D
W.lll I'Jt.T.t
I eat er Ti;u at
Cj-0 Puirs Q fiT C
Childien's V?
Patent L-.a.her j- and
Oxford Ties j . m
and San.1al J ,Zj
Reduced fioni $1.45 & $1.75.
West 23d St.
Parasols
Just in Season.
Wohmo closed out $15,000 worth of
Silk Sun Umbrellas mid Mtssin'. CUil
ilren'H and Ladles' l'umsols at our own
prices. Thoy were lunuufnctured by ono
ot tlio best makers and ciubrnco all tbe
latent btylcB and colum.
'Jl.ineli Silk (iluriii Sun I rubral
l.iH, with lino Iinnorted Sticka, QO
rial value 1.50, at 00
21. inch Silk Gloria, with n rich
n'Mirluiciit of Silver llmidles, J Qfl
real valuo 1 1.75, at I.UU
21 inch Navy lllue Sorpe Sun I'm.
hrolliK, Willi Itluo Dresden i DQ
Hall llandkH.rcnl valito i2.25,at 1 .00
; Jlisstb' Satin 1'iirasoU, iu all
b!hh1i'8, regular price, 75c. ami DQ
irl.00, on enla at 47f. and .UU
$5.00 Silk
Umbrellas at $1.98.
Wo will offer for to.morrow C90
Extra Heavy All-Silk, 2Cinch
Taracou Frame, Tisht ltolliui;
Umbrellas, with flueet selected
EDKlUh natural aticka, uiually J Q0
sold for $5.00, at Iu0
Only ono sold to each customer.
Bloomingdale Bros.,
3d Ave, 5l)th & OOth' St B.
V STORE,'' ' m
Co 1
e and 15th Street
ALL OFFER fjl
Saturday
e Hundred '
SOLS, I
Entire Collection ' iB
st 'prominent and
. We offer
1 . S
'Olor, ;
Every Material.
JN1FORM PRICE OF, . ;
!3 - ,
8.00. li
J3 iSTH STREET, f
; 4 '
''I
RJ'Macyn I
6th Ave, 13th to Nth St. '
Bicycles, etc.' ;
(3d floor, main, faulldlaf.) ,4
THK COT1IAM," ii INCH WHEEL. i
(ji muoN rim. ....... -.. t3.eS
"TllKtihMlltllW.". INIIII UllhKU ' .4
CI'MIIO.N 11KK. rANUhNT bPOKK, , -''j
I'UI.L. tIAlL nbAlllMI" Z4.Mt i
"THK t.l.TliAM." SO WllKKtV, J
I'Nl-L'JIATIO Tilt)!. VUl-h UAIJ,' . .
UKAHI.NOr 43.61 yft
Bicycle Lamps. , i,
KIVKHMIIE".. .l.H!! HOAD"....u.....4.4f ,
Sweaters. ,
WH1TF. nl.UF. BLACK. TAN. OBAT, "flpt
MAllliON .
Bicycle Coats. M
ktockinkt. iu.trt on nl.AOK 4.S9 I
MiDui.i.KKX (.i.orti ; 3j
Bicycle Pants.
t.TOCKINLT. I1LOE OK BLACK S.1S ' .
JlfDDf.UsrX (JLOTII S.T4 3' t
coni)Ui:oY, dkao 8.88 K"
f.AWjf TKKNIS SrT3....FrtOM B.flO t. 80.94 '
nM RAiiKirrs kiiom .-j to b.ii -i
i,awmi:nm.m:ii. sift fki.t i.Jft
rof.r.s.PFn PAiit ,sl 'Ji
I'HJK A H.SYIllSK'n 'IKMAb DAL La. js '
IJAdH .88 S'
CkOQULT bWb 82 I. &.8S '.3
.n
I
Slunvls & Steamer Wrap rf
India Cnmols' Hair, with '' t
bnnliH, Irom StO.OO to
Sttft.OO each.
IMaiii Chuildas S2.00
and S.'J.OO each ; ordi
narily Sii.OO to SS.OO.
French Cashmeres, in
all colon, Sl.00aiidSl.5O
each ; reduced Irom 32.0O
and $.00.
Also, largo assortments
of Steamer and Traveling
Wraps, at vory low prices.
Thu Ghudda and .Cash
mo ro Shawls cannot be )
duplicated at tho above
prices.
JAMES MoCREERY&CO., ;.;
Uroadway and 11th St. tf
V
"Oelury Says"
He will sell for three days only, Menl tfxm
Double and Single Breasted jjaM
Sack Suits, , fl
In Blue and Black Serges, fjM
Imported Goods, for
$15.00 J
Good value $ 18.00 to $22.60.
Tailor and Haberdahr, , ji'lS
6tb avi, aU m,0MM

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