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7 14 f I THE EVENING WORLD MONDAY MAY 271902 e u > i I 1
ft USICK ENGINEER
SWINULf VICTIMS
ALL GVfR STATE
Mosness Arrested on New I
Charge After Escaping II
by Mischance
I
> COUNTY CLERKS 9000
i
Prisoner Demurred Until Told I
of About Forty Other
Complaints v i
< Juat AI liberty pfflPd at hand for
Ixonanl J 1onpii a farmer treated
C l Tk for AtwooU VloWt tCKTVHKr
era at No U Wall lrMt a new ooni
pldJnant appeared aRalnet him In ih
Centre Srotet JoBce Caert te < lay and
It wit turned over 10 the Shrrtft of
Jb County New York to b < I taktn
ther fur trial
Mvanraa w at arrrilej week ao
Baturday at No K Baal ThlrtWaurtti
trrct where he and hla handjome
Monde wif were boarding on a aharg
or obtaining from rrriMant Spear of
t Su Lawrence Count National f
I5ank Canton N Y IWOOO by what la
known at the alok engineer awlndle
lie wu urfllHl by Ueut lIcConYtll
and the complaint charftnl the jiala of j
worthlrai tock to PreaWent Spear for
JWTOU Thli firlmJIe la alleged to havt I
pf en originated br Larry SumraerfUld
only a few day ago rel aaedIr mHlBi
Sill
Moantu waa to hire bffh
lodRy beeauee Trraldrnt Bpear hadnt
I ahown up When the caae waa called
by ilaelalrjit Crane Spear didnt ap
I pear i
Instead Sheriff Oeorje H Hubbard
of JAI Counu wa on hand with a
I complaint allririnx Thul lloanee ob
tained I9OW from Milton H Holt for
i luerli tounl Clerk of tewla County
I t uut now LH > punm > ni tiupcrlnlixim of
1UDlti Iluiluliiica at Albany bI Pie
a tmv awlndle
juuaneaa viaa discharged on the Spear
complaint and turned over to th
rtorna on the Holi warrant Moaneaa
r demurred to ttila but the Sherm Mid
ff Ifi 110 use Ive gut a warrant
cfunit you from N w lierlln > Y
got working the lame wlndie on a
l > romln nt man there
i Vou can t prov It retorted loa
f seaa
11018I think I can Mid the Dherlff The
S man la S U ttaawnln
I Uei you re right Feed > loa
t hcaa t u cu up to J rwli County
yea ana I auapecl you 11 be tnero
for quile awhile Krled the ollloer
f 1bcre are about forty comptauti
cjtainit you You mUlL Javc gotten vi
t leJiac 110 000
Moanrea only unlled
Spear Came Too Late
Altar the prisoner had been turned
over to the fUtrtrt reUenl Bpear put
hI ihII UllPoWIIncc AnJ wa muR
cnagrtned to find that Moaneaa had
I been dlacharcrd on tu coaipUmi Ha
iMUfbl out Aaalalanl DlatrlclAttorney
r > Oarvln and told him that he had been
unavoidably detained and that he waa
ncry anxloua lo i > uh tila compUint
1 A nw warrant waa then lutdaaalnat
w Soano harXlljt the U oJ
r Trill be lodged In Lewi County Should
p 5o flCU by any hook or croon be r
Ifaitd there on the S9OI alleged win
dle he will be rearmlrd and brought
here and be tried on the nw wrrsnl
for the nlltired ltS000 theft
Wnen the prlwncr left In the cua
tody of the adrift hli pretty wife no
rnmpanled him and aald ahe would
Kick to him to the lait
ji SALARY fOR CITY
I MARSHALS MAYBE
No Public Protest Before
Mayor in Fisk Bills
1 from Albany
Mayor MrCleJlan rave public hearing
on five Ulla today which were sent to
If Mm by the IxKlalatur One was to pay
the nty Marahala a alary instead of a
I lee Another wa to authorize the
Ulnkinr Fund Commission to refund
text fur Wl U4I and JXW of property
of l ho Fourth Unitarian Congregational
liurch In Jlrooklyn
A third woe to amend the charter
to enable the Hoard of Uatlmale to em
jy > wcr the Comptrotler to audit claims
ills hoard baa not now the power to
pug upon Aaenby Hill No IOOT wJ
to ElO the aims board power In ltJVIS
to rxpeoaM In acgulrlac property la
iUctunond and the fIfth wm to relieve
lho cljroh of fit Mary Htr of the
lice and te Trlnlly MethodIst E11oco
jaL Ciuroli of certain annual iaasua
InflU I
0 i t a few person aroeored to talk
on Iho tiii Ti Maror lild not Indhtate
iliai In w < ud do with them
WHEAT AGAIN CLIMBS
TO NEW HIGH RECORDS
CHIAGO May I7New hl < < h record
for the < rop were mad In the wtaat
market tndar July lelllng at 1 1J and
JXcnnrfr i IK 11 September reached
ta me mark of U l 1Z made last
week Killing froata wnre reiwrted
from pins of the wheat belt of Xajvaaa
and Heavy frotli wef general over
l Un > aa Net > raaka and Iwwa
trrr HHI this avewa 10 hoist prices
t1e 1 II wa not Mpertaly active
aIt < J ted bulge at the opening
T < r < > K or the local wheat mar
I Ft i Rh cixeltwl and Ureerul
fh < aiM wofw UielMoJ U rWLpal
Je ea > n < abl > Hrt later the weaUar
Iiw a id an uliravAee of 1 Jl
rI cnHiir price i were Wh
ie it I > lUi II bc Ht > er JUI 1J
Ju V J
N C r a f urw a wai
1 Ia IOC July W M bid
I t I a lee fnrtwr lot rjr
< Jul > M Ud i4oetace1rr
I 1
I M pnof wtr Wheat
I rttrml ei let 11 bU
n in < uri J4 1 KI4 JuU
w t I + rItrmtr MM Peteiwr ti > 4
d for lId1 C 1 J
I
THE AMERICAN BOY T RS READY RELIABLE RULES
LOflflLL THIS is cWHSn
l UIIO SIRI18LE
Jcrnz N 1 ti
Ag
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OOHr BC WRRiD Of rilE
I LIT1Ll SOTWHO 5 LDC I IiULLr VVVO Wn1 bVLTeJT A
TO YOU ° wce BOY O WNRL ts ONE of THE
TfF1NST M 7WC WoRLD
I LET 1
I WOW BOYS
Mow1a
MISUSE
boNTr1I5USE BOYSn
rHe rbuZ STf MGTri cIt I 1 wrnzr n Ee 1
TI1F r i i I You CCffTLE mID
JOy Lrc I I KND V
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ST9INtrJ SI j
1 WI1Nr To SEC
YOU GCNTLC flffD
FI1fR KIND = jJEXT TIHE
STEPSON GIVfN i
TO WIFES CAR I
WITH OIVORCI
Novel Plea of Mrs Hotaling
Grant d Decree She
Is Awarded a
Ylifn car A Itotallnc i 1f1S John
W Huulltiff the ircllknown Bronx
real estate npel fur an aio olut dji
vorc atC Included In her pruy r the
novel requc t tha < the custody be
Aded her of not only lier own child
but that of Jobn Wllaon Hotallnc Junior
the child of a rrloua wife oj the man 1
abe Bouch to dlrorce Judge DoMlnc
today granted liar prayer and ahe wlU1
hAve the boy who waj three rear old
when If i + waa married to his father aa
well aa her own child Adalln Lout H
now twelve ya old I
Ilotallnr has an income of tlSm al
ytir and mUll pay IM wrekly alimony
to Mn Ilotallnr and S3 a week In ad I
dition for the aupport and edueatlon of
John Wilson Ilotallnr Jr and Adaltne
Louise Holding wo lIve with Mra
Houllnc In KatanoH avmue near Two
Hundred and TMUrfllthth ttrKf
Ilronx
The drat Mra Hotaltnr WI A > allne
J WI a aUter of th preanl SJra
Hotaltnc Ah died In October MI
two week after th birth of John W
Hotallnc jr The baby was taken br I
lit Aunt Clara Welh and taught to
call her mamma In 14 on the ex
lIre t condition that the little fellow
hnuM be taught the belief that he
was hb mother lam b iaine the wife
of John W Hotalknit They separated
In Noveoiber H V Ix > raui uf Mr
Ilotallnr alleged infatuation for Iu
cilia Hwnard with wtw > m hr now LIVeS
Hovordlnir to the Ifttlml > fly before Jui
tlo Dowllnir at NO 101 Writ Heven
tleth street
Ilotallnr ortt1 nn opt > o lllon and the
dtrl follnwrt
REFUSES TO LET
HIM SA YEPROPERTY
Toddy Leonard Says He
Was Being a Hero at Time
of His Arrest
Nleholaa rraetlle known In r rli
fIghting circles ai Toddy Itoo rd
waa almost eeehleaa tilth Indignation
when arralmej In harlem 1olle Court
today by Policeman Anthony Johnson
and charged with rtfu ng to gel out
aide the fire lines at a fire at No HI
Bait Out Hundred and Maventh Street
Prum rracelloa atatemnl It appear
that tie Uvee In the house wliloh la
owned by Wa tattler On be bIn floor
llvei Stephen Mora and In on of th
room of the flat he maintain a aArtne
befoRe whIch a little live oil lamp Is
kept continually burning Till lamp
wa uDest b Y thffC of the Uule Mora
children today and a lively blue wa
lIW
JraooU said that he and anolhr
young tJI n reMud U tine Mora
ofelldron Ira Jucla Uruoo and another
woman and Mien put out tll art ll
warn buellr engaged In leoklug after hit
fajfeer property when the pulUemao
he aA came along abuaed him anu
locked lim up
Maarlatrala Vahln paroled him to cltv
him a chaiMM 10 nel witflaaiu
s
SCRATCH MAY CAUSE DEATH
Pr leer nulled lu llrUilde of Ilia
Pulbrr ll > luK from Ilium lolion
l > r Henri C kin nf liellvue Hoi
pltal luirrlMIr left for lll father
liuiiie In III if i amiMi today on re elpl
ol nr i mi Iou ItHrr on of Mi beat
ln < > Ma iyiiiana n that put of RLA
Male an i Jfal > dvr fr nn blou I
p04154111 Rig
FD1 a slight aeraWh Hi elder I > r
iarss left arm had baooiR lne ted
M a reault at polaentni at aa operalloa
l
hLI < lI r
ANOTHER JURY HUNT I I
IN YWOOO CASE1
Third Venire Necessary anJ
Little Progress in Filling
Box Expected Ths Veek
nomp Ida Iar 7Wllh twenty
all persons Including twelve taleamen
atat d Inaldc tlic 4 > ar ni apmratcra Ihe
trial of Wlllam 1 > HXT ood charged
Kith the murxlrr of formVr GOY frank
Steunenberir opmnl today for the
thlrtrrnth lay It was txpecteU that
1
court mould adjourn later In the day
and that a third v CflRr would W aju
oned It la doubtful iff title YeW oeo
be brought together In time tor e I
alon of court Wedoeaday If tUa cannot
be done no leaalon con U held until
ItldJiy aa Thur dar li n legal holiday
ImrneJIataty after Un prellmloartea
of the opening of court the Stat look
uf th elUJIln Oon of fl M Joclln who
waj oeJUd to the aeventh chair just aa
court ad > ourn < l fUtunlay afterocoo
Durtnt tAe examination Joplln aAU
he wa opvoaed to capital punIshment
I prune the Stat will pLy no at
UnUoo to thai iuaUacaUon aUd
Clarence d iJarrow ulUf1 for the do
tense amid laughter
Tlio tttaie howonr challenge and
JopUn wee excused
C J N rtTivp a prominent bualne
man of Ilola WSl excuaed Itr a SeW
gueaHont that showed prejudice
W C Wtllitinon a ranctter and at
one time a minor and a member of the
Wnnrn Kedrratlon of Miner warn next
nailed Wllllajnaon wurkaj In a mine
at Silver City om nth year ago He
later gay up mining and severed lua
oonnwtlpn with the Wet rn l erera
lion uf Miners b cn ar aa he said
ttjey told m e T was sluing too IA for
the mine so I gay It up and w fol 10
farming
Wlllwmann proved a aurnewitat r
frrahnir cticnhLe rum Uie run of talce
men under fiomlniukon for caus a He
wtld that alnre he had been culled 4JI
a juror lie had not allowed people lu
talk of tIll case In his hearing thai
he had formed definite opinion aa t9
the guilt or innocence of Haywood and
waa IIrflrol lo belIeve him Innocmt
until lit waa proved uultv The tIteR
Rae progressing anlmilldly along the
line of tiiwlincatlon for CueC and
wtifn Just about t > pass the tal amnn
Wllllamaon oauaed mu lI mu ronl liv
qutrtlr InlarJUnc the remark I wani
t > > ay thft I em oppoied to capital
punts hmnt
of
He was quickly disposed
Jacob IMnimun a farmr of Ute
was duipot of for the Mil reason
W B Bruce a bank cashier of untie
was the nft1l talisman called Whttn
kl If tI knew of any rOn why
Jie should not serve Kruee said J
would not under any circumstance eon
Tlct a man on clroumatantla1 ev1d nee
Where the penalty la death
On further examination h Mid he
oould nol take the oath aa a Juror
holding these vlewi lie was challenged
by Iht State and rxruied
HAMBURGAMERICANNOT
GOING TO LIVERPOOL
irAirntniO May rTh appoint
I ment of Maaar llaoTrer the lAter
poOl ahlpownera ai agents of this
litmburcAmerlean INItl Ikt Cool
t > any at that lOn has led to a mlaun
daratandlnK of the aims of the Qtrman
oompanr I Kere llallln of In e
Hunburg AnnrUan line tf > Uay > tat > d
that While Xleaara Mnolver have basil
atipo niMl the company a general agent
the HaraburcAmerlean Company IIn
no Inttntkin of itUiiUhiug a direct
errlca between Ilvrrpool and Nn
fnle
York
COTTON ACTIVE AND
THE PRICES HIGHER
Tradln In Iht rtrlir cotton marktr
todar wia axMlve the curomiajlon
houcs bring coaapliuoua oo the bLlJu
114e aa a reeuli of RIte unfavorable
tYler Th nwo allowed ioum hasy >
ralaa In the Kaitern tilt and low Inn
iitrature pruhlnx the V aiuern U
Tit ypenliiK prln Mr II May lu H
July II M In H 01 Auiut II 14 to II UI
fiMXeenlrer II i o II II kulxr H K
lu 11 U t > r iuiei IIM to II If Jnu
af U eT lu 11 J K t > ruary UU to II u
Ward 11O 19 II ii A > rll 1II i bid
PMJL 8TCINBACH DlEB
V1KNNA Ma > I > < CiuM aUrit
earl Vtral fretll ni uf the ttupraiin
van an4 a ineuCor uf Lbe liable a
U rJj Ui Ikl Wei U dtad
1 S a As
COTTON EXCHANGE I
NONTBEHAMPERED
Prediction Made in Presidents
Report Opposition Will
Come to An End
The thlrtya < nth annual report of
the New Tink Cotton Kxohan which
will be formally lutnnlttol ta the men
bera at the annuol meeting tomarn
at noon was dIstributed todu
In the document Irpldent Walter f
I Hubbard say that legIslation In man
lot the Southern Slates aMlnat Juinns
In cotton tr future dell try baa lea
lined Ibo volume of bualneia on the
exciting < n enme degree but predlcta
that In Urn It will be found the the
Value of the Exehangee mlboda In
racBllatlnc the operation of complex
modem eNd will nol be Ignored with
out serious coniequtncee
In r gard to this action broufbt against
the Exchange by Southern rotronirrow
tog interest lie lays that the commit
tee on leclaleXlon was appolnttd In view i
of the agnation and the threatened I
fraud ordr and that what mlirht
have bnn A aerlou atta k waa inndined
Into an examination of the Exchange
methods of bualnrM and that Kpoclal
Agent Conaut from the ilurtau or Cor
poratlona In Waeaincton was riven
every facility In the proaBCtitlon or hla
work Hf revommmda that the commit
tee be continued also the special rom
mlttce m fenae of the Exchange
agulnat a Ixal extaok upon its claaiin
catton corimkttee
The frrnncla twort Attorn a urplua
tcrUie ntr of JIJVM aa oocnpred Nth
lliU4 liat yw balance to the C l
ot the auarantre fund J1WX7 AI
aaaln IWJIia list hlr
Jh4 Colton Krthang aooount how
rec < itpU < J71CS for UM year l > roflt
cArried 1 bJlanrn sheet It t > rrn ra
balance riet amHa of MV tJ4 hulk
Inic account for y < ar R5RIIPII rf JT1VO
CritjlT furM rrr Ht Injiuto of 7Wa
jompared wvh 171376 Last year
BRIDE BRINGS SUIT
FOR A SfPAAATIDN
Mrs Justice Ferdlnando Cunz
Says Husband She Wed in
January Is Cruel
Juvlc Terdlnanda Cun rtH1loy l
ci boukkep In lha Hroofclyn branch
of the fioclely for the Ireventtcx of
Cruelty to Animal has been made the
defendant In a suit for aapamlon
brought by hi wife IxiolU Vktorln
Ouni In which alto chart crust and
Inhtiman trixuiiieDt
Th i4lnUTa counseL David W
ockmfrre ha applied In Ihe Brooklyn
> ure < n Court for counsel fee of IIM
and aiUnooy of IU a week Hhe was
married lu Ouni nil Jan IT last and
fmt to live at No 3H Prospect plc4 > e
11100 k If n
Within two wtlca after th marriage
the bride assert tiff husband bam
liKultlnr and abualve They had not
bren married a month wen he etruok
her wllh iuoh force that her yu were
dllor1
Yealerday afternoon declare Mrs
Oun > tie defendant came home about I
ooloolc with Ibvt peoultar look In hit
aye and began wnmlng at the tap or
b f vole upon the Immorality of wom
an and In then threw an orance at
your petitioner which atritck your pHt
bOar on the right cheek and which a leu
struck a jile of antique natlerf and
utter Ill ttie al1 dWefwtant ta1
ton u > lltnii r far ed Iei up ag itiist
liii nail and btXan l > alit lii tuir
Mrs Iuni barge set Tal specific
Via nt rrueltv ami deter hal ahe
was finally nomprlltd ii leave her ham
nd take rtfiijER wilt fri < udi
CARPET yt aRBROINCO 1
CLEANSING l lIITII
MTCIUNU HtliUSd IAC KINO
f J
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FEDERAL COURT
AffIRMS SAUfR
CASf UfCI ION
Tribunal of Last Appeal Dis
poses of Suit Against 155th
Street Viaduct
ASlfxoTON la7 T Jostle1
Mooly today delivered Ux opinion of
o Suprrme Court or the United State
I nfllrralnc th dcolatott of thi Nerr York
jMUla fkiprcm Court In the cue of
I Bauer va the City of N ew York which
I a o n ncnon broturht by 8au r who
own property at the corner of Blrhth
arenue and On uiKlr < l and Fifty
i fifth trf t N ew York to njoln the dRy
fNUI fifth Hj2i th One Hunlre1 and Fifty
tTel vladiKt
SHL to
romp the re
moval of the vimluot and to recover
tIltIA Caused hv lli presence The
11 YOMe Burrn Court hld that
the Nd been nf mf irmnt of con
tract u fIur claimed Ife contended
YiiL hi i tnUUnf to damage for W a
j1priv tlort of light air and arc to
hit plOtn as aa hold In the ci
In
vOte4 railroad iap hut Justice 3doodys
flPCn40n took tlic ground that th prtn
dpi there announced doss not apply In
a rcac m V1
hh the im > romtn I
by the municipality Justice MoICrnn
I4 It nled
S
AMERICAN BOY GIVES
BIG BAIL IN AUTO CASE
KnUHttuc Oermany May rA
tulnt named Merirenthflter from Hal
tlmore who was arrested for danger
oualy Injuring another student In an au
tomobile accident haa been liberated
under i 3Irm ball
The student ilerxenlhaler refrred to
In the Karlaruhe deapatfh la Kumno
Mericinlhaler second son of the late
otimar lUritenlhaler of tIll city In
vrnlor of the typeaetllnif machine bear
Ins its name The young man mother
loilny laid she had received a COjIa
gram from him aeverat lAy ago tell
log her of the automobile accident The
OefpAtrh aha added did not contain
any Oeulle othr than that he and two
student friend were togotlur and that
the Injured perron waa one of the party
Mr ilercetithaJer arran d for the
ball bond whloh Was fixed at such a
larite amount because the young man
la a foreigner Fritz Mmnthaler her
etdeit aon will sail for Karlaruhe next
Thursday to represent the family In
Kucanoa interest
STOCKS SLASHED
AS WHOLE LIST
IS THROWN OVER I
Losses Run to Seven Points
and All of the Speculative II
Leaders Suffer
An ftlv JtelllBir movement which rolf <
kiweil rrjmrt of Irerl In the wheat
belt carried ttrlcw of come or the lead
HIE tMk down frwn three la five
points t < may Wenlern houseS Kiilch
wrre concerned In the ailvancv In wtieat
wore rriKkrtwl t contributing heJiTlly
to the UlnK toilocb
Tti declln waa crailual from the
openIng of the Kxchanxe Kith 11rok
Ivn Kavid TransIt nnd lUxadinc leading
the doivrmird movement with bases at
noun of t 14 anol I 11 rrspretively De
oiinia of it > oim > In BmTlttnirr a l ifor
Inlon IMotnc and I to I point In 8t
Iaul rtmitlwrn lnciac AmaljamHeJ
CaPV4D itt0 li lIlttt < > ci L 1t U WO
I
teonnlrj
I Before near the market was percept
ibly wak ill around London traders
unloading ovrauie of the failure ot a
broker NT larsrly lntrr at xl In
America atvurltleii The trading was
almost wholly profrmlotval the oom
mllon tHHiura doliixr very UtIle bust
neaa
In the afternoon the market was altll
under preaaurv
After a rally In the afternoon mlura
aealn melted away rapidly under Mir
tnrtuenre ot drastic liquidation of Ca
nadian Pferlftc Heading and Smelting
flocks In whh the setting WK > not ur
goal did nol rj much lower than on
t the previous tUn but ul4c1 Is the
loitea frt fcfrr Consolidate Oai
ahlnllftl T Ia Canadian 1aclfU 7 Iteeul
log and 1elv are 4 Iludaon I Smrlilnj I
1 Si Pul and Iltlnol Central 4 I1 Ln
lOll IannV I JS H ulhecn Hallway live I
ferretl Atlantic Coast Line and Hock
Island pr frrred I IXMtfavlUr A < Uh
lula 314 I leJ Copper gg4 and
sorth rn lscinc I I
Th nuirkct closed rxtrnmn l weak
I but about a point boOar Muin the low
I e i of rSe dew The nrfHnf ire heavy
I to > tnd
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Has the Lion II Adversity Treed You
If so the question arises Can you climb
out of harms way i Theres a trick about
climbing high that deserves your imme
diate consideration To scale the tree Pros
perity where Positions Workers Invest
ments Homes Bargains etc are in full
bloom requires forethought and action
C Dont climb the first publicity telephone
role you come across or you may find
nothing at Its top but a shock to your
ambition
Before you try to climb AT
ALL remember Hut Th
Worlds Want Directory
I 14 contained 28060 wparale
J tw IrOtICISiP nnd requests Uii
wukSt MOHB than
4Ii7 ANY OTHER newspaper
on earth
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Let World Wants Show You ToDay
Where and How to Climb High
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JAMES MREERY GO
S3rd Street 34th Street II
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LADIES GLOV ES In Hath Stores
Cli Colors r
2 c1tsp silk mesh Gloves
Tat Grpy Mode Biscuit and Black J
i Sac per pair
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HANDKERCHIEFS In Roth Stort
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Fren h Linen and Madcria
Jrisn and French Linen with or til
I Without initials 2 J
J Novelty colored and fancy embrpid I
1 HautikercUiefs fOr Men and Women
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On Tue5dayytb8th
Womens French Linen Handker J
chiefs land hemmed and embroidered
initial i I 250 per doz
Mens Irish Linen Handkerchiefs
with corde edge and liand embroidered J
initial 275 per doz
MILLINERY DEPARTMENTS in Both stores 1
The remaining stock of Ladies and i
Misses rcacytowear Hats including
medium and large shapes Trimmed
T T with Vings Flowers Ribbon etc
At oneh lf usual prices
> Aconiplclc stock of Ladies Lingerie
Pique Mull Soft Felt burnt and white
Straw Hats Suitable for midsummer
wear k J
A variety cf Misses Lingerie Pique
Continentals arid Sailors with bands
Wings fancy Aigrettes Ostrich J
Plumes and Flowers All the new colors
FIT
UNDERWEAR in Both stores
Ladies Italian Silk Underwear
Vests Drawers Combination Suits
Under Skirts and Corset Coven
The TantemaTil to be worn with
ihcer wajsts
On Tuesday May the aStb
Italian Silk Vests Embroidered
Floral designs or trimmed with lace and J
insertion 365
nine 300
Italian Silk Vests White pink or
blue 195
i vtlut 175
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MENS HABERDASHERY in Both store I
1 Q
Ii 400 dozen Fourinhands and
Squares Made of the latest English
Foulard Silk Plain colors or figures
Sac
i wins lie and too
250 dozen plaited bosom Shirts
Made of 1 Imported madras A wide
range of Colors and patterns
Plain II white coat model cuffs atC j
Inched i
175
nlu 25O U
125 dozen silk and linen French j J
Handkerchiefs 7arious colors and
de I
signs 35C
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JAMES HcGREERY S GO
23rd Street 34th Street fl
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JAMES McGREERY OO 11
LADIES SUITS In Both Store
Taffetas Silk and Measaline Prin
cease Dresses
Pongee Tailormade Suits 2950
Bluck Taffetas Silk Suit Pleated
skirt UEtouli coat 3250
former prlc 3LOO
Check Worsted and Panama Cloth
h Bretelle Dresses 1050
former price tJ00 1
23rd Street 94th Street
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