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THE EVENING WORLD MONDAY JUNE t 1902
Yn AUTO AT HIGH SPEED
I UPSETS ON WAY FROM
CONEY TWO KillED
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i t
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j Party of Men Travelling at Racing Clip
ii Dashes Into Tree and Machine Is
i Overturned Burying Lanyon and
I Five Guests Under Wreck
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John Lanyon superintendent of a private detective agency with of
fices at No 350 Broadway Manhattan and iNo 371 Fulton street Brook
lyn whew home is it No H74 Pacific street Brooklyn was showing
five friends how fast his new automobile would run coming in from
1 e Coney Island when at 410 A M today the machine skidded in round
ing a corner at Ocean Parkway and rort Hamilton avenue near the
entrance to Prospect Park and turned over I
J Four of tho Ilx moa In the oar were
twisted stuel work
1 ktaught undor tho
II and when it was raUcd two of lean
other
dead and two
I yens friends wero
f mortally wounded
ji of
f ft Wllllnm P Ooiibeauo1 fortytwo
No 1J77 Pacific avenue who leaves a
wife and several children He w aa > oni
ol tin owners of the wed Ice Cream
Company of Brooklyn
Thomor Nolan Iort > llvo of No 2U
threo
Now York avenue who served
terms In the old board of IClnk County
Supervisors snd who was prominent In
Democratic politics A wlfo and auvurul
children survive htm
Two Badly Injured
The Injured
fomave a
Victor A Brandw
wholesale grocer of No 1712 Atlantis
avenue Hight arm and thitfh broken
and possible Internal Injuries Talun
I to Kings County Hospital I
James McKenna foro three of No I
I rs Brooklyn avenue emploud In tho
office of Comptroller Motz Left i
shoulder broken find Internal lnjurlo
Kings County Hospital
The sixth man In the car was Ernest
Eggert of No lf3 Pacific street who
was riding on the front scat with Lon I
yon and who escaped with shock and I
fright Lanyon wasnt hurt either to
speak of I
Esgert said today that all the men
In the party were members of the
MndUon Club a political organization
at No U19 Pacific street Brooklyn
I
Captain Lanyon he got his military
title leading the Boers against tho
British in South Africa was boasting I
about his machine In the clubhouse
I when Goubeoud and another of the
pirty jollied him about Its merits He
then eusgested that they go out with I
him and let him prove all he claimed
for the mathl1e
A Survivors Story
TVe drove down to the Island raid
Eeirert and after knocking about for
I a few hours started back On the way
homo we stopped at lIndens rood
house and Wiled some more time Wa
STOCKS STRONG IN
nmcTWE MAR KfT
Stocks started strong today practi
cally all of the leading speculative
stocks rising a point or more Missouri
Pacific advanced 2 Baltimore Ohio
1 12 Northern Pacific 1 38 and Union
Pacific and St Paul 1 14 The town
continued vigorous in later dealingx
Reading Pennsylvania Steel and
Amalgamated Copper being added to
the leaders Trading was active
The total side of stocks were 1W1MO
shares and of bonds 2 378000
i The Cloing Price
To lsy1 hLcbeit lowest and lent j > rloei oC
I i stockc end ot net changes as eocnpartd with
fcatUTdaji final figures arc HJI follow Net
high JXJA LattCniiig
fm41 Copper 174 toV Intl + j
I Am Car a Fj Ji atl Eatr + h
Am Ice Co s y4 ly
Am Locomotive fi isb + ly + 2
I 1U8 tit t 7t U9 + I
Am S Ii It If lor Jrs uatg +
Am Sugar 13Oy iv s now iv
Auuund Mining 4I S 4l 4 431 J
At T A S V fly > 1 Cn + 2 i
Bait A Ohio bli 0 11 + 14 I
DlIlrn Rap Tran duq 1 lull + Iy
Can ac 1M IIIV H0 + 14 I
k Ches Ohio kl 411 4lv + i
Cle M ft it I1 1arl 111 1S + 471
CWc NIP 15 11 X tr 340
Col Fuel A Iron JNU JlIi S4S +
6th fmihrrn tai UK a1t + t4
r < mol llaa ILt 124 I i +
Del Hu4won 1m I w KVI +
ills See Corp 141 3ii4 31A + is
Trie 1 u + 111
flea Ul0 rlc tl i Ili 115 + I
Oi North Pt inn i us i in v illy
Inter Met rjj iJi IZI + u
III Cmtral MIj Ml f rs U
Inter 1umn 1 24 4 + II
Louis t Nash tiP laid 111 +
l1nh111n t17 Ili Ili + ti
i lInn SI I Z n i + v
M fil L < SHJI I11ili I13 11 lei + j
110 IC e T I Zi4 d + Zh
Mo Pellle m l I + 1
Nat Lu1 1791 17 Ii + a j
Norfolk Ii Reat nAi I AIf t1
North am 111 I 63 + 2 II
N Y Crlllr 1n3Iy 1u7L4 toI + 3
N Y S 11 131 111 111
Northern Isr 11 in 1377 + 3
Ont I I1ct p I 11 HI + I
pclUe 01 il i S4 iO +
nnohn i l Z 1 i2 24 + ivy
PIaol seI 2C 2S 2S + I
Ry glrrl 1lno Ii 97 31j + tl
nPndine 11 III III
nrwhltr SI 1 11 IS 111 + 1111
Regain flrt p r ii L r il4 + 114
nock lhn1 1 li + 14 + I
nk IF 101 pr Iil I 171 + Z r
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Clo s Shertl 11 112 Y + 111
IoUlh Ptf i 1 > s t4 + r
i aI Ih TU wIY ta 174 IS9j + 2
Ratlh Ira elf 4 5 lati 1 + 411
Third N Inl II I l j
Inn 1elrJc fits 11 4 i I4 + atT
r V fl Shell 304 271 II + 1
It II 1rr1 Tr 11r24 intal lanai Iii
triM CIOI tY 11t 111 i T i 1
o 1 IZI I 1 tJ I
R abu Of 3Y 1f + 14
wtlar E A SI SI 1 roll 5I + It
+ Adtutre Recline
ewtft A Companr sale of irr + it 111
fe New York cur tor the week nding bat
M1y 3117 so awng G3 ant per
powI4 e YUll tt
hud a tow drlnka not
many It did I
not nooin to mo that w wire goljirf
very net who tlio Mtoldunt happened I
aojnthlnir went wrong with tha car
and It began to buck and Jump
It Ii Just Where the ParKway make I
u harp turn below the park that Capt
Liaon seemed to hav trouble 1 wu I
alttlntf beoldo him and begged him to i
go cautiouily about tho curve Than
the Strut thing I knew we wwi bump
ing and kidding and banging agatnet
the curb Ai the car turned over Lan
yon and I were thrown out to a safe
ort spot and not badly hurt We hud
I
hit several trees before I wai thrown
out All happened 10 quickly that I
could not tall what b rl thus la the
rear teat
When we managed to 8 ramble to
our fet and look around we wore hoe
rllled to nnd Oobeaud and Nolan dead
and Urnndei and McKenna badly In I
Jured Tho car had turned over on
I
them but 1U momentum carried It far
ther along 10 that It nai not aecti I
nary to lilt It to get at their bodies t
Dggert laid that It wa fully fifteen
mlnutoj alter the oroah before a po I
liceman arrived When tho Injured
hud been taken to the hovpllal the
shattered our was towed to PUn I
garage nera Tho bodies of abe dead
men wero taxen to an undertaking eg
tablUhmcnt In the neighborhood and
Cep 1 l < anyon wn arrested on a tech
nical charge of homicide He wa
locked up In the INukvllIe elation and
later taken to tile Tlatbuih Court
When taken before llo liitrato Steer
lan > on wen 10 broken up over the trill
pdj that he wne ioaro Iy able to tAlk
He domed that he trot vpcedjnff and
raid that the accident wat oauiad by
the brake lorktni
Before I could release It he raid
the machine sefmril nil tied up In a
knot and then came a eerie of crnuhci
Mflatrate Steen paroled Lankan un
til June It
fULTON Sf LINt
Of LORSf CANS
OISCONIINUf
Receivers Stopped Service on
the Antiquated Road at
Noon ToDay
Br order r f Adrian H Jollne and
Iouatln HIIltovn rpopllr of the
N TCrh ell r Railway fnni iiiy ear
rice on the Fulhin tre < l ero town line
n 118 1I untlnued M non toditri
Fire ntulnnt arks on wheels nmeqiie
rtling ne etreet Mn ln 1IP111 ln1NP + I
eta leu aitlliile ilrlrprH mill fiiiwliitliiM
went Ililn rflhnl un HIP ttxjhp i > l
Il and prvrv truck ilrlyrr ilnltm Intel
flee s In lie flimnUitl illMilit gave three
ghpN
1 lie rocetrcn dieonthnte the aid
rulnn Ptroet linenod old Is a mwil
wonl l > aaUBr It has not pild The
n + iftl yen 1IWT howej n lee of SXtaio
The itoptinue of oiiPintlim of the care
will not cut any partlonlnr nre to
the occasional pit inns but It Is n bad
blow to hundred of perponn cnttprpd
all over the country who hold POOOPO i
worth of 1 per cent bonds soiled
again the property on Nor 1 1WC
Bondholder Plan Action
Man of these bondholder the at
points to molt from New York that
they know jothlng or the iwtluii at the
Metropolitan receiver A tow of t1pm
took action last week looking to the
appointment of Independent receiver
for the Fulton street line It le quite
likely that Messrs John and Robin
ion will rot object to this procedure
providing they are allowed to make
certain term
The Fulton creel line WM darted
away bock In antiquity a I 1M North
and East River Company It poctorned
a franchise for the operation of a
horea car railroad In Fulton street from
Droadvtay to William street a distance
of two block
Wlien the only treet oar transporta
tion on Droodwav was In tho shape of
stages and Fulton Ferry was the main
artery of travel bOw < < In New Xork
nnd DrooXl > n the Fulton tro4 line
tiald With the extonnlon of the west
side street railroad line to the Bat
too And the olectrlflcutlon of all sur
face and L line business dropped off
Lot on Bond lt ue
JJererthelexs with all thoM Improve
ments Inevitably In right the dlrocton
of the Fulton Street Railroad Com
pany Issued MOO 000 In bonds tiilrtoon
yean aco and tM Ouaranty Trjit
Company became trustee of the mort
earn Then along came the RVHII
Whitney aymA and an iimi l control or
the Fulton slrrpn line under a con
tract which called upon the Metro
politan to vaT the Interest on tlwl bond
Issue amounting to BO 000 a year
neoelvers Jolln and Robinson were
not long In dUoovarln that this IWOOO
outlay annually coupled with an aver
age loss of 21 000 In operation made
the Fulton street line ooit the New
JAMES McGREERY GO
23d Street 34th Street
UPHOLSTERY DEPT in Rot s
On Sale Tuesday June the and
About 10000 yards Fine French
and English Cretonne Designs and
colors suitable for furniture slip covers
draperies and fancy work
32 in wide aSc 350 480 and 63c per yd
usual prices toe S5c 6c and 35c
50 in wide5oc ioo 150 and 195 per yd
usual prices 3c 150 225 and 300
Summer Curtain
Fancy Muslin ioo 150 and 200 pair
Renaissance 185 275 tl 350 t4
Snow Flake H 150 250 425 t
Muslin and Cretonne Bed Sets all
sizes Silk and Madras Tissues
Lace Curtains Portieres and Dra
peries called for cleaned and stored
Window shades awnings and slip
covers to order
23d Street 34th Street
JAMES McCREERYGQ
Dressmaking and Tailoring Dept
Fourth Floor
I Models of Tailormade Suits are
now being exhibited from which copies
will be made at short notice 6500
Linen Suits 4500
The remaining stock of Imported
Gowns at greatly reduced prices
ThirtyFourth Sheet
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I o LIw tit bondholder t to Wen
1011 to pintrct tnMr In C
DELAY ASKED IN I
THE DRESSER SUIT
Lawyers in Action Against
Mercantile Trust Not Ready
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to Go On
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The ruse of tyrvr Dif r r + I
tb Mricniiil Tuit oiiimi fnr < i
pro two tone mllrt tnti belliri IttMrr i
PUT C iiiirrnr Inart it Mliinli
01111 iff nreinwni hni bear runt
mi hnl1 eldrs the iH = tl e took lute sin i
ilarlH mill nlll wire h4s ilc lon lu I
moron morning as to nhrther Ih I
iiifr lair bP c llpil at once or qo ore
for lIe 11111I
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s241 in width lip nlpn I1e liwl In i
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tieA none HIP Inillrltliisl Jpfpmlnnt are
iriiiultv IJ Alr nmlPf John JILT Me
Cook Willlivii I Oulilrnr flin if C
Iwning Alt In W Kretli Inhn W
imp and James Hnrrm HjTjc Fmn
A YellnIni who atgtra roU Jt > r Hit hr
illMi > al ilpfrmlntlt mill that he tied
only rerrn ty been nfpsil RP connfol
In the rn < o and that lie wt > ukl not b >
ready to ffo op for three ar fOUr Tif3ii
Mrrtoff that Jw eg W torte were helnp
made to pettlc even nf fir sidle tHlnt
tilt defendants
ftuiuel A tnt rm > eir who reprewnt
cil tno llprcnntlle Trust Ctnlt1r IFD
fleshed a po < upurlemen Mo iitl tint
111 C Demlne Inrnwlt r fce jire llent
of the Trift CM nprtn nn Inipnrlant
witness wnfl new abroad and could not
lie present If the trlril ffiould proceed
nt onw He added that he too had
made Mratmnnent to fro abroad In n
few dale
dn811 Biillliran Rmlth of coutvel for
the plaintiff fnitl there wee ra 1 > little
t1 the rerort that efforts were holni
rneO to rttle nome of the Butte brought
bv hl client JfothhiK definite had
been done In that direction lie wanted
the trial to trwewl withoiit further
delay
BANK ROBBERS GET 7000
POSSES HUNTING THEM I
CUDA Knn June 1Fonr men
rohtood the etnte Rank of CuSn 10 day
and M > cnp < l with ahout t7dail after n
fight with citizens Xo ore was ehm
PDeee are In pursuit of the ribhrrK
ffiQt 2imm mnTIilU rm ed
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GASTORIA
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Exact Copy of Wrapper
vet CUTv CeiaNT M no YOOO CITT
The World pri nts more separate advertise
ment every week month and year than
ANY OTHER newspaper on earth
WE SELL MORE RCAL LACEs THAN ANY STORE IN AMERICA
nlneJi1t I roe
ESTABLISHED FIFTY YEARS 6TH AVE 22D TO 23D ST N Y
Mens 12 tilts for 8
And a Pair of 350 Trousers and FREE 1
a 250 Fancy Vest
Spendid uptodate seasonable suits cut in the latest
fashion Take your choice of single or doublebreasted
models from the various materials and patterns We have
all sizes for stout medium and slender men u5 o 1 rz 1
Take any pair of trousers you want from the 350 lot i J
and any 250 fancy vest FREE Your choice of num a I
bers of styles in striped worsteds cheviots and outing
trousers in turned up bottoms and hundreds of styles in fancy S t r a 1
vests either washable or mercerized effects Hat s i I
WOMEN who are economical will be quick to recog
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nize this as the most liberal bargain offer ever made by any gale and of Boys Mens f f 1
store in New York Straw Hats f
If your HUSBAND FATHER OR BROTHER samp lines 1 r
cannot attend this sale YOU do so by all means Bring Itt
and half price
chest and will
three measurements onlychesl waist lengthwe
guarantee both fit and satisfaction i 1
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Other stores r 12 for theU18 5350 1 Entire 8
i for the trouse s and f combina
ask
as l 250 for the vest tion and up
Tuesday Specials in
Mailings Carpets and Rugs i
Specials for Tuesday that will save you money Extraordinary purchase at the peremptory I
sale ol Field Chapman Co held during the past wek
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5898 ROLLS OF CHINA SI298 ROLLS OF JAPAN 55c INGRAIN CARPET 36 I
I MATTING good quality in neat ESEMATriNCSl lavy quality inches wide and reversible only
patterns specialln tf il QA m carpet designs in d 389 30 yards to a cus ft I
I rolls of 20 yds at tp Jl Ot i rolls of 20 y1s at c Comer tomorrow at l 2e i
S1098 ROLLS OF CHINA 79c BRUSSELS CARPETSall 51498 BRUSSELS RUGSsize I
MATTING heavy grade in neat wool in neat hall stur and 9x12 neat patterns and color I
designs special in > p OQk room patterns marked 1 a
trolls
2 89 ge ings mill sam 4
ds at tlJ l Oe7 C s 98 I
rolls of 20 yds II tor tomorrow at ples special at u I
SI698 ROLLS OF JAPAN S2998 AXM1NSTER RUGS I
ESE MATTINOS linen warp I se 9x12 new assortment of 698 DINING ROOM RUGS I
and in carpet patterns in patterns and size 9x12 extra heavy quality
of 20 yards I colorings g J marked for to
rolls at 4 8th I colours vial at spe tfJ XTT 2 d morrow only at 325
I Linoleums and Oilcloths
j Sale from 8 to lOA M and from 2 to 4 P M
SI10 IMPORTED SHEET LINO SI50 GENUINE INLAID LINO
I LEUM seamless 1 vards wide 1i hlly LEUM in remnant lengths colors go
diniaged nn specnl Nile I HII rrnv through to the back on sale tomorrow
from 8 to 10 A111 and 2 to y from 8 to 10 A Al and 2 to 1ge
t02ge
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I 49c OILCLOTH perfect grade and cut ria 89C INLAID LINOLEUM plain colors
I from the full roll good patterns that go through to the back marked
marked special for tomorrow from 8 special for tomorrow only from 8 to
to at 10 AhLand2to4Pbh 14c at IOt1Nand2to4P Al 35e
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23d Street 34th Street
On Sale Tuesday June the 2nd
LADIES SUITS In Both store
Tailored Suits Various fabrics and
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models 1850 2500 and 2950
former price 2500 to 4OO
Voile Princess Dresses Lined with
Taffeta Silk 2700
former price 3SOO
A variety of Costumes and Wrap
at greatly reduced prices
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STAMPED PATTERNS in Both stores
Stamped Underwear and Shirtwaists t 1
Designs to match I
Night Gowns on nainsook floa
vthie ioo 1
Chemises on nainsook 480 f 1
value hoe 1 I
Drawers r on nainsook 380 j
vane sse
Corset Covers on nainsook i8c I
rattle 2jc
Shirtwaists on sheer linen ioo
value 150
Knitting and Crochet Silks Needles j
Cottons Wools etc
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LACE NECKWEAR DEPTS in Both Store
Dutch shape Collars of Irish
Crochet handembroidered linen and
novelty lace combinations
High block Collars Irish Crochet
Novelty and Real Laces
Yokes and Guimpes of Irish Crochet
tucked net and fancy laces
Irish Crochet Collars and bands
195 295 and 325
Irish Crochet Bows and Jabots
95c 150 and 195 I
Irish Crochet Coats Louie XV
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models 9000
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CORSETS In Both Stores
All Corsets Carefully Fitted
I C B a la Spirite Corsets Models
for every type of figure Front and side
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I supporters 100
C B a la Spirite Corsets Long
back and heavily boned for well devel
oped figures Also models for average
and slender figures 150
C B a la Spirite Corset Many
I new and graceful models for average
and slender figures Also model for t
well developed figure with long back j 1
and extra piece in front which greatly
reduces the figure Front and side 1
supporters 250
C B a la Spirite Corsets New
models for every type of figure Model
with extreme long back and front of
corset boned to support the bust mould
ing the figure into correct proportions
long and slender graceful lines I
300 to 800
McGREERY SCO f
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23d Street 34th Street
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