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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, May 28, 1908, Final Results Edition, Image 10

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Charity Will Continue in Bak
crys New Quarters a
L BlockFurther North
V t
f The Bread tine Xew Yorks well
r known private charitv which has be
o rne an Institution In the minds ot the
poor It was announced today has
t been caught In the maelstrom of com
t mercial development and on June 8
f trill have new quarters at
aJrest and Broadwa This means that
The Bread Lino hag been shifted up
town a distance of one blo k as for the
eara It has held forth
r past thirtytwo years
I at Broadimr and Tenth street under tho
f chime of Orace Church
t I would be a poor ion of my father I
If I discontinued The Bread Line
> tnl d Otto P Flelschmann to an Evening
always felt that
t World reporter IIII
bb bustnr prospertr was largely duo
< to the good will of the public for his
In feeding the poor When
J flea hand
if move from oar present location to
1 the location one block north The Bread
i Line movos with us We shall continuo
i to feed the hungry poorwell as long
that the
I sincerely hope
L a I live and
r r jfraotlce will continue after
v I What Bread Line Has Done
L Hero U what hla prIvate charity Jias
4isp nsed within the past thirtytwo
Two million full loaves of br d
t One hundred and sixty tliousand
k pounds of softee
I Four hundred thousand o iorts or
l ilk
Four million cubes of liulr
Altos her more than 4000 000 persons
I y
loaf of
i have each been given half a
bread a CUD of hot coffee and a kind
H Word since tho late Louis Flelschmann I
on the northeast cor
his bakery
i opened
r lir and Tenth street Ho
Ii rer of Broadwi
of coffee
1 gave away his flrit cup
half loaf of bread on Chrlsfnas
1S76 and It was his mode of shnwlng
t Bold
f his pleasure at hvlriR received a
ri > dil for his oooWerv at the Phlladel
r Jjla Centennla1 Exposition
I Charity Has Grown
From this small bfilnnln the c iar
T Ity spread all over the eat side wheTs
S U was whispered You need not go
rfungrv go get In the bread line Any
r liixlv who wanted food could havo It
fyr the asX np on bake day under the
Qraro Church spire Saturday was the i
only das of tho ueek when Mr Klelsch
tuann dlJ not hre pome of the profits
< f tik business with the public He did
j TVit bake on Saturdays As an Indica
l tion of the ciov th of this Phiritv It
r Is an Interoting fact that 1103 lurmy
lliimi being were In the bread Una
lad night I
1 >
Body of New Yorks First
Governor Arrives Here on
Way to Kingston
With an elaborate show of civic and
military honor the body of George
Clinton majorgeneral In the Revolu
tionary army once VIcePresldent of
the Union and the lInt Governor of
New York wn brought to the City
Kali to He In state tor one day on its
way from the Congressional Cemetery i
at Washington to Kingston where it
is to bo finally interred on Saturday
near the epot where the Illustrious deaU i
took tho oath of office In 177 I
Upward of live thousand men mainly i
In uniform formed the escort that
brought the casket from the Battery
to the City Hal Gen Frederick Dent
Grant had command as grand marshal
of tho Imposing procession Under him
were soldiers sailors and marines policemen
licemen National Guardsmen citizens
of New York City and Kingston de
scendants of Gov Clinton anu patriotic
organizations All over the city nags
floated at half mast and thousands lined
lower Broadway to watch through the
passage of the caisson carrying the
ebony coflln wrapped In tho Hag for
which the dead man fought
Great Crowd on the Pin
A huge crowd filled the municipal
plaza and the open spaces of City Hall
Park to BOO the body carried Into the
Hall The Mayor and his committee
stocd with uncovered heads as tho
casket was borne past them on tho
shoulders of picked bluejackets
The body remained in the Governors
Room upstairs until late this afternoon
All day double lines of citizens passed
b y it Tonight It will be put aboard
the United States ship Wasp which
will carry it on tomorrow mornln up
the Hudson to Klngst accompanied
bv a fleet of torpedoboats submarine
and cunboats
The body which arrived last evenlns
from Washington remained at Jers r I
City all night on board the combination
car Olympic Many citizens of the I
neighboring State witnessed the cere
mony of transferring it to the revenue I
cutter Manhattan wnlch was lying at a
per near the Pennsylvania station
Met by the Committee I
The Manhattan In charge of Capt
Lev Is who had under his cumrnand de
tachments ut blueJackets trom the
Unltea States ships vloiiavk and Calu
met hail brought from Mannattan a
commltUe to camrt the body to the
Lltv Hill In New York The comm ttso
was composed of Cal Fowler Collector
of the Port of New York Hugh Hut
ings vicechairman oj Major McC el
aria committee and tUb descendants
of UOV Clinton Ueorfir Clinton n
jrews of Tarrytown George Clinton
Oeii t of Now York Sutherland U Tay
lor of Mt Vernon and Lout 1 Genet
of New York In the descendants par
ty there were twenty men and bos
On the tip of the coffin a Lnltocl
t I
The r I Special
i Leading Sale of
Specialh t A Hats
1 House l O ffyC tf 57 > 50 and Ma
S Tomorrow Friday Special Sale
i 147 Tailor Made Suits
taken from regular stock Including many of
our very latest models in light weight worsteds
airy tropical mixtures stripes etc 22 50
I At the one prce to close
Regubr selling prices 53SOO and < OCO 4
84 Frerch Voile Dresses
t direct from workrooms A beautiful assort
I t ment Stripes aiiil plain colors in the new
lrench shndes d1
9 50
At the excsptfonnlv ow Tro P J t
j Value sC3bO
Special Offering
450 and Embroidered l >
Lingerie Waists
< For tomorrow only 295
Regular sellhi price 8s
Millinery l 4 Millinery
L 20 West 23d Street
Special Sale
For Friday only
200 Imported Model Hats
F Productions of the best known Paris Milliners
Former Prices 2000 to 5000
I For a quick clearance
E 10
States flag was draped and on this In
turn rested wreaths sent by 1resldent
lloosoi clt Gov Stuart of Twins I
viuila and Gov tort at New Jersey
The body wai placid In the bow of the
lioat aid a Kimrd or artlllerjmen sin
honed themselves around It As the
Manhattan bneke out Into the dream
tho Wasp tired a Kim The V nsp
which followed the Minhntan to the
Now York side continued to llro Buns
at one mlnuto Interval
Reception of tho Body
As thu cutter neared thy mttery
detachments of regular marines blue
jaCAti and ineniliu of patriotic or
ders formed In adjoining streets Sev
eral companies of coast artillery
forming a provisional battalion maNOh d
In squads to a point along tho shore
wall adjoininG the Government dock I
Most of the descendants of the late I
Governor were assembled at the santo
time within the Aauarlum building
As tho Manhattan lrew up to the
dock the sides of the police boat Patrol
were manned by harbor police While a
calute of nineteen guns was Ired from a
NavjYard tug A detachment of twelve
men of the light artlllerv service fired
a third calute of nineteen guns being
the VlceProldentlal salute
A light artillery caisson had been
backed up to the IsndlnR anti to this
I the heavy oak box was borne by oUSt
noncomml sloncd officers of the Coart
Artillery who acted as bod > beirer
tho provisional Wutal on presenting
arms and the Mayor and other city of
ficials uncovehlns The bind from the
Nav Yard besan the playing of Cho
pins Funeral March The line of march
was through Broadwav to CItY Hall I
Pirk Tho chimes of Trlntv and the
bell M Pt Pauls Chapel tolled as the
procession passed I
The Majors carriage was directly he
hind the eun carriage on which the
body rested
Secret Service Agents Arrest I
William Nason and Frank I I
Keegan After a Fight I
William Nason said by Secret Service
agents to bf also known to them as
William Conners and Frank Keegan
accused of passing counterfeit ii cent
pieces on small shopkeepers In manv
parts of the city were held today In
flAX bill eaoh by Vnlted States Com
missioner Shields for examinatIon on
The men were arrested last night at I
Tenth avenue and rorf > lxth street
after an excltlnp struggle In which a
number of slnts were tired The arrest
was made hv Secret Service Agents
Cnllnhan and Kllnke after a hunt for
I tle pair that extended < 1 ocr a period of I
evorit seeks nnd In whkh Secret
Service Agents Rubana and Preu ter
n ISII took put I
Noson according to the Government I
detective has been arrested four times
and boen sentenced to one term of five I
years for pissing counterfeit money
When he coal zed last night that he had
been tripped for the fifth time he put
up a desperate fight to get away
Hclng big and strong he attacked
Callahan The Secret Service agent te j
something of n scrapper himself and I
a number of blows wore exchanged I
While Nason and Callahan were strug
gling with each other K egan and
Kllnkp sot tospthor After a few blows
hid been struck bv Keegin and Klinke
the former took to his heels and In
tilt chase after him Kllnke fired sev
eral shuts before the fugitive would
conic to a halt
When Kllnlte returned to the corner
with his prisoner Callahan and Nason
were stt pirnmelllnc each other with
a ring formed of onlookers surrounding
them Kllnke managed to land a blow
with the butt of his revolver on Na
sons held and the struggle was over
Vhcn Nasin fame to ho found himself
handcuffed to Kcepan The men were
I ekel up In th West FortvspAenth
street pollrp station for the night
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Our Summer Suits at 15
Attain an Unrivalled Plane of Excellence
E occupy a solitary position in the matter of our I 5 suits 21
WE At this price we offer a garment combining every quality
that will appeal to men who are seeking modern style
honest workmanship perfect fit and Summer comfort These I 5 1
suits are brought down to the lightest possible weight but notwith
standing this fact they possess a stability that insures the permanent
retention of shapeno wrinkling or bagging The shoulder alone
where most coats go astraYIs a masterpiece shaped and modelled
by hand without the use of superfluous wadding
Broadway Houston St
imm m r 4
Shoe Dept Second Floor
JuionUiuiiJon1La t
ici Kill Oxford with patent top
and welt sole in Patent leather Blucher with ilull
9 kid top and Cuban heel
+ r TANS J2
3 71
and 3 50
Gun Metal Blud nicely arched 1atunt leather Pumpismall bow
instep narrow toe Cuban heel
Black too for those who
want it ami e cry go id
style of oui ing shoes nt
fair prices
1rk Lw
Tan Blucher Russia calf with I5ilVA IWllfhf N Patent leather button Oxford
welt sole new and dressy
Another Busy I
Red Letter Day I 1
Splendid New Offerings in 1
All Parts of the Two Buildings I
We never advertise catchpenny email lots in a large advertisement like this When
people come they must find the goodB that they come for but there are no miracles in the
drygoods business and if late comers are too late they will be kind enough to not be un
reasonable especially as there are BO many lots that some of them will be still left to give
good satisfaction to people who even come long distances
Mens H h Class Womens 50c Stockings at 30c
I S HighClass
g In ThIs 18 one of the best offerings of omens stock
ing that we have ever made line stocking are of
Summer Shirts at 250 assortS e in sheer plain lisle thread in fast black or f
fts5orted hades or tan with garter tops spliced tel
style vnirui
A line collection of Plaited Bosom ShIrt coat and mJ low Spliced heels and double B sole The were
with cuffs attached with the Identical materials rrenrh made for the Paris market and have the original
workmanship that we put Into our madstoorder up rench marking on the boxes
at 4 and 14 CO This exceptional choice lot Is made up Main all Old BuIlding
of short ends of best materials and there C5PeCIIIY hardly Womens 150 L Silk Gloves 1
appeal P Long 1 011es
two shirts alike In the lot They will opp e8pClj ong I
to particular men Sizes II to Ii Inches 50 e GI Another lot of the fine 11M quality 16button Silk I
Main nr = BatiJtnE Gloye5 vhlt with double finger tipi In tan black and I
A1cns 1 Summer Scarfs at 65c White nt U a pair f aIn floor Old nulldlni
I Dollar quality dollar looksa particularly attractive m omen s 390 5 Summer Shoes 335
i plain col IflClUding Tan Cn Calf Gibson
lot of folded fourlnhsnd In self figure and Ties nciu Cnt lc Shoe Tan
ors all popular shade Oo cncl lurnps Cfnt Kid Ribbon and Hlueher Ties and Tan
> nulldln s Also oilier styles Remnants of
Mstr floor eW laum H i r popular retu I
r lines
nps In broken sizes 1lr
tr n imlr
Mens S3 Oxfords at S 2 MvIn floor Old Building
Patent leather and gunmetal Blucher Oxfords right 35c and SOc Nail Buffers at 25c
up to the minute m Style and as sood K iln O as > ui
can tlnd Tomorrow 33 n pnlr tnt tries o Vr Aieclal items In Toilet Goods
Traveler lolet Cases rubberlined silkcovered I
130vs 3 and 350 Oxfords at Ul resuirl > 150 I
Tan Ctllt fine styles but only In narrow wIdths SavodermaTollet Sonn lOc ci box of three cukei
Sizes 1 to P4 MaIn Moor New Uulldlnc regular 25c Main floor Ninth r OU IiuiMIni I
Mens 8 to f 12 Faille 25c RIbbon Faille In lustrous Ribbon llulsh at t4 ISc inches Yd wide in I
Panama Hats at 550 jack white and leadinc nhaili Mtiln floor OU flulldlric
We Intended to grade these hat when we bought
them selling them at the higher prices mentioned Inn y
we have decided to give customers the benefit of a I l4
our 4 Diablo Sets at 250
splendid Red Letter Day offering nl IlrirlI each I
Ordered block made Genuine Imported Amateur Dlabolo Sets with
a year ago shaped over special and celluloid bobbin nt K2no ineoel of 14
to our order right
finished and with the brims curled Just break Also CI ih Dlabolo Sets celluloid bobbin at 11
with defies
a new brald1 rope edge that
All n rtf from ouO
sizes Uulldln
age Barn 1I00r
B 650 and 750 25c American Flags at J5c
Boys 5
oys an Amtrltan Flags cotton 14 x 35 Inches mounted on
write ennniPl staff for Decoration Das
S uits at 485 IIClh nor nn Build In
A cleanup at our fine KM and S 7 50 Suits for boys
In lots Ahich have hn oiiu hroxon Midf of allwoOl
mixed Cheviot Size S to 10 j A4rS In one style or an 20c Mercerized Cotton Foulards
other A splendId offering Just before Decoration Day
at 4SS n mult Main 11or luiulng at I2l3c a Yard
J len s 4 and 450 Umbrellas 3 Dirk aid light ground printed In attractive fou
Choice assortment of M and Bin Umbrellas extra lard designs
luaU allsilk with handsome natural wood handles I 20c Printed Organdies at 12l c
I All nw sor < s ths season white grounds printed In
doral dtsUn Also
25c Alerce Ized Cotton Brilliant 14c
J I Madras and Crete Curtain Materials 25c Piloted SiU Muslin at I24c
r oxvmd floor Old llulidlnn
A Third Unier Price
A very attractive collection of desirable materials
for Summer hangings that are also appropriate for all
j ear ue ChannltiR colors and designs nl tic iSo
title S5c Ol mill 1J5 u yard regularly MC tn j Six Red Letter
> 2to > 3 Iambour Curtains 11d75L1
Tambour Muslli Curtains In very ertlthe tmbroid Furniture Specials
and the best assortment of
cred tieMsn patterns we
I r GOMahogany finished Bureaus
1Irn llnrrnan nt >
style Himstitched
Olive > et snown in > or fringed
oval mirror
striljrht front case top SuxIO in upright
at oottotn edge Very appropnato for Summer at fin
iia anil l tira usuail g to J Ihxth In two large and two small drawers nicely I
Also some muslin br the jurJ with single or double sitet
Sis riilttnnlrm at 111 Quatered Golden
uurders apfcull priced at Ifo uiiil Ie yard
33x20 In
C Pr hlTfonler1 fill swell front paneled ends top
a live larK drawers upright oval mirror 16Tjj In nlce
lv finished
HUT riilfTonlrm nt IIIltWhlte Enameled Chiffo
Fans niers top 301 in five large drawer pattern plate
at We
Paper minor ItxHu In nicely Jinlsliwi
Splendid to take along on the Decoration Day trip fit HiirfaiiM ul Mahoganyfinished Bimij
1reltj designs wood sleKS Ileular > value ul Kk straight front cast top 3 > x2J in two large and two
Also So Firecracker Fans Itt Iel ana luc lower Tans small drawers upright oval French plate mirror 222S In
n 5i Main two OU UuHjIn IIII LliKTonlrm nt JltrUCur blrci Chlffonir
full iwell front case top 3319 In five large drawers
upright oval French plato mirror 10x20 In
JUfl ChlfToiilers nt n Mahoganv Chffonlers jf
Good Novels Much UnderPrice fine construction and tlnlii chapel top ISN < In four
Urge and two small drawer landscape oval mirror
One hundred and sxt > iive titles of excellent Novels Jilxl6 In vfnh floor Nn HulJIn
thAt olil up to a year UII at 7c to tl OS > pl nilil Sum
mo r reading at a iiuirur or even a ilfth of the regular
Twentvtlve titles at 15c published at 7Jc to Jl
liehty titles at JJi published at tl to 150 These Red Letter Specials
Flrt tit cs at xic published it tl to lO
Ten titles at 3 > c published at tl j Ui iso On Sale in the
The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson E Basement Old Building
cono my I
Ten yllImnch gilt top In clth If a sot formerly
priliili priced at h Half katner tlOM fonierlv SOc to 5150 Silk Remnant 35c and SOc Yd
speclilh priced at tliO Tenth Street oil 111 25c Stamped Pillow Tops at lOc
75c Hair Brushes extra quality bristles SOc
15c Nell Scrubs lit lOc
8 to 125 Paris Neglirrees 75c to f 1 Ebony tlanJ Mirrors at SOc
> SSDoublebrtMMed 5350 8 to 16 yrs
175 to 75 Boys J225 Selected < lei e Feather P Ihws 8173
Charming Negligees of lren < h albatross India silk 235 Sutinfinish rciilei liedsprcnds 185
or silk reliC trimmed with handembroider lace and Woirens 5125 Nainsook NlRlitgowns 51
niertlon Tourth foor did ltailllng ollts
Worrens 6Sc Cambric Petticoats SOc
Womens 35c Kimono Dressing Sacques 23c
i25 to 450 Japanese Handpainted Salad
Womens 25c Dutch Collars at 12lAc Bowls 60c to 225
The popnltr and pretty Dutch Collars embroidered 20c Rue and White Cups and Saucers ISo
m several attractive designs at half price Also SOc Fabrl Vellum two quires 25c
Womens 25r Embroidered Linen Collars at l2c 12 We Cream Turkish Bath Towels at lOc
Two designs 12 to 14 Inches Main floor Old Uldir 135 Irish Table Napkins 18 In 1IU dozen
The following Red Letter Specials advertised for today will still be
in force tomorrow OM nuiwiwconunued
On Sale in the Old Building
MAIN FLOOR Mussed Muslin Underwear Reduced
Petticoats tl to J3 were 135 to J373
Pair Nightgowns J2 to J1S were J2 50 to J22 M
Womens 35c Stockings 25c a Drawers 75c to StE were tl to Jl 75
Combinations J2 ia to J175 were 360 to 750
VNomcnt 50c Blak Lisle Thread Stockings Corset Covers 73c to 125 were Jl to 175
Womens 38c Vests 25c Each 1 Kimono Dressing Sacques 75c i
Womens 5 HandBags at 325 Also 125 Dressing Sacques at 1
25c to SOc Lingerie Belts at 18c 3 and 350 lvegligees 225
Pretty washable Belts plain and alloer embrold 250 10 15 Waists at 150 to 5
I ered plain or scalloped edge pearl buckle
THIRD FLOOR On Sale in the New Building
Womells 1675 Silk Coats
Vn stylish Ct of poncolor Isor r ltIck and Men 15 to 25 Sack Suits 1250
tllrttn siik SpeciallY Inside for us In best style an S
wnrknmnshlp and In every way equal to coats sold ret ThIs Is the beat clothing bargain ot the season for
uiarly at 16i5 Both styles are 52 In long single men who want a Slimmer suit Broken lots from our
breasted with loose back handsome lace collars The own regular lock and front specIal purchas A fine
ltsnr Cnnl 8t nk trimmed with 1 I ci 1 variety ot tight and medium colored fancy Iwortes
narrow oulnehe braid Both have yokes lined with che lots anti 1I01lSPlU1 blzes J to UInoh Olet
self matrll Just one hundred ot these beautiful
coatS at to mph Also medlumwellht Black Suit In size 40 to 4S
Inches at 12SO a suit
Womens 2350 s
Princess Dresses at 1575 THIRD FLOOR
ulUnlt Three that channlnt has the atrlesAI appearance made or at fine the Prcnch now cotton linen 1650 to 25 Oil Lamps at 10
walt with 111111 yoke ot Torehon IncA
style has
On colored handemhrohlerr and trimmed handsome Vases at Japanese hronn with raised
outillied with design III green anti brown finish
lh elbow sleeves Skirt t1laltld and Joined floral and dragon
with lttOnA roll top oil fount and best duplex
lit waist with fitted girdle The other two are over mounted with
So ont with letmhrolder1 bodice and burner
lain old skirt with bias told and rows ot braid The
plain other In th new nvelopo effects plaited from shoul IIGIIfll fLOOK
der nnlshed In front with large covered buttons
Young Womens 22 Mattresses 16
American horehalr tx 76 In 40
6 to 8 Washable Suits at 375 poundA lure 8mlller South alze at proporticenti prtCel z
An unusual offerIng ot smartly tailored Summer 1650 Box Springs Ilt 1350
Suits In repp unIon linen and cottons In various col M X 75 In Upholstered tufted tOil eighty ipiral
or and styles Bizes for U to is year spring splendidly made
I BroadaY Fourth 4vsnus fl
Fnrmtrly WANAMAKER to TanSt Street
A T Stewart Co JOHN EighthtoTnChSCru t

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