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t I THE EVENING WORLD t WEDNESDAY JUNE 1O 19OS 11 >
SERVICE BOARD
STICKS TO ORDER I
LI fOR MORE CARS
Chairman Willcox Replies to
Statement of City Rail
way Receivers
j That the Tubllc Scrvlca Commission I
Intend In stock by Its contention that
the Uecolvors of the New York City
Rallronil are obliged under tho terma I
of the franchises of the roads they I
operate to give a broader and more
adn < uat nervlcc was evident In a
statement issued today by Chairman
Wllloox
Mr Willcox was asked to make a
stAtemnnt about the declaration of the
receivers that the disruption of the
nurface car system would follow a
1 ionvpllancft with the orders of the Pub I
ic Sflrvlcc Com mi Ion
Tlio Public Service Commissions law
placei on the companies Ihe affirmative
duty of furnishing among other things
adequate service to tho public saU
ilr Willcox In the beginning the
Commission adopted orders fixing defi
nitely the number of trains or cars which
should be operated during specllled peri
ods of time on various routes
About two months ago the Com
mUslon adopted a new polky embodied
In the Order for too Twentythird street
crosstown line requiring the company
to furnish during ouch lifieenmiuute
period a number of seauj ten per cent
In excess uf the number of pah engers
or In lieu thereof to op rato at least
twentyfive cars each fifteen mlnutu
which Is the physical limitation of this
line In view of the fact that one other
north and outhbound line must use
a portion of the track
That this la not an unreasonab
definition of adeitucy Ie shown by
the fact that Inspections by the Com
mission dlsjlosM that when 10 per cent
excess of seats la being operated every
fifteen minute there are actually
rwssnnsers rttnmlliiK III at leas one
fourth of the cars This In due to the
unequal distribution of cars ant
pjuwerufcrs hut It nevertheless shows
that the diiflnltlon of adequacy adopted
bv the Commission L not unreasonable
I wen from the companys standpoint
New If the company finds that It M
not able to furnish the adequate ser
vice required the law In Section 37
provld Every railroad corporation
and street railroad Corporation shall
have sufficient cars and moth power
to meet all requirements for the trans
portation of passengers and property
which may reasonably be anticipated
unless relieved therefrom by order of
the CommtMlon
No application hits ben roeelvod up
to today from the Receivers or In their
behalf to be relieved of this requirement
of the act
Even should I require an expendi
I ture of DIVO HO to provide adequate Rer
vIce as contended by the receiver It
should he borne In mind that tills Is
less than four per cent of the total
amount of capitalization about 1140
000000 heretofore outstanding upon tho
roads which the receiver are now oper
ating
It was pointed out today that the
Commission If there failure upon the
part of any common carrier to carry
out the provisions of the order Issued
by the Commission and In the event of
tho Supremo Court maintaining the va
lidity of the orders Issue by the Com
mission there may be Imposed a penalty
of SCOOO for eaoh Infraction of the order
each days Infraction constituting a sot
arato ofens laa l
PRIZE PUPIL DYING
I ON EVE Of TRIUMPH
a
Honor Boy Run Over by a
Wagon While on His Way
to School in Bronx
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All this term twelveyeer old Jimmy
Coleman ba been the honor boy of hU
clam at the Cyprasa Avenue Public
Sohool In the Bronx He expected to
take the lead In the clodng exercises
next week and to that and be studied
all his spore time
With his head full of books Ive came
runnln out of Ihla horn at No CD
East One Hundred and Thirtyfifth
street today bound for school He
didnt see the team that was laboring
peat drawing two tons of lumber on a
big wagon until he bumped squarely
Into the near horse Down ha went and
the rear wheel passing Jammed him
against the curbing which Is several
teat nigh
The Injured lads screams brought a
lot of his BChooUnatM and some of the
neighbors Policeman tike Nolan who
didnt sea the accident but who heard
I the cries got Dr Seamon from Lincoln
Hospital
the boys mother Mrs Mary Cole
man a widow arrived In the mean time
She had been around the corner shop
ping Although suffering terribly the
uuy prottiaitxl vehemently against being
taken away In the ambulance He said
ho wanted to be left at home where ho
could keep on studying He fainted
away Just as they got him Indoors
With almost his last conscious breath
he was begging the surgeon to toll him
that he wasnt badly hurt and would
be able to take part In the school close
tng
InlIut there Is no chance of that Hl
left hip Is fractured and he has dan
ger bus Internal Injuries It Is possible
that he will always be a rIpple even
which Is doubtful
If ho recovers
i
The policeman locked up the driver
of the team George Sledel of No 600
East One Hundred and Thirtyfourth
street on a technical charge of ncg
IlKenrf In the Morrlsanla Court
MserLstrate Harris held Sledel In bonds
of VM until June IS
t No Extra Charge for It
Adnlnts for The World may be left
i Kt any American District MeHtuurrr Office
In the city until 8 P M
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ANTY
DRUDGE
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Anty Drudge Discovers Why George
iv Has No Appetite
Ante Drudge What 1 eating dinner in this steamy
smelly kitchen I should think it would take you
appetite away
Mrs SlowI have noticed that Georgo doesnt eat ranch
on washdays
Anty Drudge ITow can ho Why dont yon use
FelaNaptlia Boiling water isnt necessary and
youll ho through your wash plenty of time to have
dinner in the diningroom Or if you prefer the
kitchen there will ho no steam or bad smells
Talk about energy
A half cake of FelsNaptha soap can I
display more energy in getting rid of dirt
in half an hour than an ablebodied
woman can in half a day
But theres this difference Much of
the womans energy is wasted I
When she rubs clothes hard on a I
washboard she wears out the clothes in
trying to rub out the dirt
FelsNaptha concentrates its energy
on the dirtdissolves it into tiny particles
that are easily rinsed awaywithout
harming the most delicate fabric
And it does this in cool or lukewarm
water without hot water or boiling sum
mer or winter
Do you prefer to supply the dirt
removing energy yourself or to use that
stored up in a cake of FelsNaptha
If you choose the easier and better
way follow directions on the red and
1 J green wrapper
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WAssmMAN fAMilY I
IN LEGAL BATTLE
Charging on the 8flW vltH of Ben
jamin Voa rman vicepresident who
with his father H Wfuuercmn presi
dent and his brother Joe Wae mer
man secretary own the International
Tobacco Company that Emil Berger
told him on a Cincinnati train that he
had pawned his wife diamond heart
and diamond ring to buy tnr ntynln
share of stock for the purpose of
haraMlng the International Company
Abraham Wlclar counsel for the com
pany oppoiiid an application of Louis
Berger tor permission to examine the
book of the company ma a stockholder
before Justice Blachofr today
Emil Border owns the Emil Border
Tobacco Company of NII ft find S
Uouverneur slip according to Lawyer
Wlalnr and LoulH Merger Is Mi uncle
The latter claims to own twentynlnn
share worth more than 12900 of the
International Compnnya stock The
company la capitalized for J1MOCO
The company allege that Kmll Ber
ger through his uncle seeks to pry
Into the books of the company for In
formatted by which he can get at the
companys customers and methods of
doing business and that the proceed
ing Is a blackmailing scheme
Jesse Waterman allege that Louis
Berger Is merely a dummy for his
nephew Emil Berger who Is Benjamin
Morriss and Jesse Wassermans broth
erInlaw and soninlaw to Herman
Washerman and was formerly connect
ed with the International Tobacco Com
pany as Its secretary and treasurer
Then follows the assertion that Emil
Berger threatened to fix the whole
Wasserman family I
Jlr Wlelar declared that the applica
tion was not made In good faith and
contended that a stockholder had no
right to examine the companys hooka
when as In this case he Is a competi
tor In business I
Decision was reserved
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Koctfu PMtaM Mko Down
Uptown s
Rmf f town Stopping oa Exttmrtfuaoo f
g KOCH Co
DRY COLD AIR STORAGE for Furs Rugs Etcin our own
modern vaultstemperature 20 degrees Lowest Prices
Thursdtv Many Sensational Opportunities
Womens Low Cut Shoes Sacrificed
Ftttanng a HlghGrae Assortment of 400 and 500
Summer Shot at Lest Than the Cost of 8V rng
One of Brooklyns most prominent manufacturers of
Womens Fine Shoes sold to us for spot cash 500 pairs
of the SMARTEST LOW CIIT SUMMER SHOES that it
has ever been our good fortune to buy st so low a figure
These Shoes are the finest qualities of patent
leather In TWOEYELET CHR1STYS SAILORS
GIBSONS TWOBUTTON AND STAPLE OX
FORDS also WHITE CANVAS GIBSONS AND
OXFORDS All sizes all widths You
cannot afford to miss this stirring econ
omy event Your unre 4 f m
restricted choice tomorrow t W 5
x = e 7 t1J
morrow only at per pair
19c Colored Wash Fabrics 8YlC
A special purchase consisting of 5000 yards of PARIS TISSUE will be offered
tomorrow at the above drastic price cut This Is a dainty sheer material
suitable for womens and childrens summer gowns We show a large as
sortment of the seasons newest designs and colorings A positive
I9c value yard 8 c
50c Silk Lisle Hoe 33c
WOMENS IMPORTED BLACK SILK LISLE HOSE extra light sheer cobweb
weight high silk lustre with double soles and high spliced heels
regular price 50c pair 3oC
Midsummer Millinery
An attractive variety of MIDSUMMER HATS all the newest shapes in rough
anl fancy braids tastefully trimmed with white silk and wings
excellent value at 475 for Thursday only O 69
69e7 9 and English Mohair Brilliantine 39c
The fabric which we offer tomorrow is genuine imported English Mohair
Briiliantine fabric of undisputed merit and should not be compared with
the coarse domestic Sicilian frequently offered downtown at a low price
They come In a full range of the most wanted shades also the new corded
phantom and Invisible stripes In blues browns tans and garnet cream and
black We would urge early selecting by prospective purchasers as the
quantity Is limited and should go quickly Positive 69c and 79c
qualities per yard 39c
Fine Silks at Big Price Cuts
BLACK SATIN STRIPED VOILE 42 inches wide In different sized stripes
a rich dressy fabric sold everywhere at 125 for Thursday only
yard 85c
A Clearance of Tomorrow we shall offer a particularly desirable assort
ment of FANCy COLORED SILKS In stripes checks
Fancy Silks and plaids A large variety of styles and colorings
We name this regular 69c quality for one day only to clear at per
yard 39c
Women 5 Summer Dresses 369
WOMENS WASHABLE DRESSES In Princess and 2piece models of fine white
trimmings of Val filet laces ana embroideries
lawn applied In the most
charming effects We also Include at the above price a 2plece model
in the colored dotted border effect The best values offered so far
this season 369
Womens 8 Skirts 450
WOMENS HIGHCLASS TAILORED SKIRTS a special purchase from a manu
facturer clo inv out his business We bought the entire lot at 6 the M
regu
lar price Tomorrow the opportunity Is yours These garments are dis
tinctly superior in every waythe cut lung and workmanship being of un
usual merit The materials are fine chiffon panamas in navy brown
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black full plaited or gored flare models handsomely finished with
self folds or straus Value JSOO Thursday 450
A ThreeDay Toilet Articles
Sale of
Our annual June saleThursday Friday Saturday Each item
priced in a manner that should create brisk selling Share in the I
economiestheyre the best we have yet announced
GREEN CASTILE SOAP 2lb bar14c nORINE 100 sire
gOd
GREEN CASTILE SOAP 3 tb bar24c SANITOL POWDER OR PASTE 14c
WIIITBCASTILE SOAP 3 lb bar I BOURJOIS FACE POWDER
1VIIITE
I 30c
38cBOURJOIS SHAVING CRE 2Cc
CREAAI2Cc
WHITE CASTILE SOAP dOl SOg I BOURJOIS ROSE TOILET WATER45c
gcIBOURJOIS
cake ROSE LOTION
per 45c
ke4c FARINA
COPCO OR FAIRY SOAP COLOGNE 4 oz 32c
gOc
dot PAPIER
GUEST ROOM SOAP 4e POUDRE 17c
cak i TOILET PAPER roll or packag7c
ARMOllRS TURKISH BATH SOAP TOURISTS CASES rubber lined 65c
17c VOOL
box of 4 cakes > PUFFS 12c
ARMOURS FINE TOILET SOAPS 19c SWANSDOWN PUFFS 10c
odors box of 3 cakes CIIAMOIS large size 30
ARMOURS AMBEROSE SOAP 10c RUBBER SPONGES 20c
ARMOURS VIOLETTE SOAP box of STEEL PILES Ph and 5 IncheslOc
lOc
c PEARL
3 cakes NAIL CLEANERS lIc
DANDERINE 25c size 15c LUSTRITE POWDER OR PAST 15c
2Oc
PEERLESS HAIR TONiC IRAYS ONGOLINE 27c
SAGE TEA HAIR TONIC 20 EMERY BOARDS doz 3
c
20 c OR
HAIR RESTORER ORANGEWOOD STICKS doz Oc
WESTPHALS AUXILIATOR 50c too NAIL BUFFERS large size 33c
size RUBBER DRESSING COAIBS2o
WESTPliALS EGG SHAMPOO lOcl CELLULOID DRESSING COMBSVlOc
PEROXIDE 4 01 J0 < = HAIR BRUSHES reg 49c 39c
15
EVERSWEET for perspiration 18cBATII BRUSHES reg 49c 32c
ABSORBENT COTTON Mb pkg 80 I TOOTH BRUSHES reK ISc 10c
CHECK RUBBER BAGS J7C TOOTH BRUSIIES KR 2Sc 10c
WITCH HAZEL S oz l ° c I WOOD SCRUBS reg 20c 10c
VIOLET AMMONIA qt 15c pt0c WHISK BROOMS reK 20c 12c
SEA SALT 9lb bag 1Cc FOUNTAIN SYRINGES 2 and 3 qts
VIOLET TALCUM Soz bottle ICc 05c 75c
MENNENS TALCUM 11 WATER BOTTLES 23 qls55c 75c
I 125th St West t Between Sevcath Lenoz Avcs I
mmaf
Going to Wanamakers cfk 1111 J Much Bettered j1
1 Subway Astor Place Station In fft 04
Ltaecmcnt 1 flJfeI Re3taurantNeW Building th floor
Women Wnlter
Local trains every to minutes Mm or
t Broadway both ways Mens Dining and Smoking Salon
3 4 riadlson Second Avenue Avenue Surface Fourth avj Daily Organ Recitals in the Auditorium Tea Room Now Building i old Uuiidinir f
5 Eighth Street Surface Store Closes 630 P M including Saturdays Luncheon Room Very quick
67 Third Ave Elevated Surface Breakfast Room good service
Place Furs in our Winter Vaults
We made a mistake yesterday in our II
advertisement Some Fine Hosiery Bargains j
Instead of I d forty stores here there I I Direct from Chemnitz I
are actually eightyseven within
our
011MER Hosiery that was made to sell in Paris or
doors SUMMER
s Berlin as proclaimed the GhaussctttK pow Homines or
Each department occupies its own Diamantschwarze Fiaitcnstrnempfe stamped on one
space as much as if it were a little sepa sort or another proclaims
rate house inside of the larger one It The various lots are fortunate purchases that our buyer made In
has its own family of goods living in its among Chemnitzthe the mills home and of orders hosierythis were being Spring canceled when times right were and left dull
own exclusive premises Rushed needs over here by fast steamers to come in time for your Summer
So many varieties of roods under one roof is not Ready tomorrow hot weather weights splendidly made and re j
only a convenience to buyers but it affords economies markable bargains the first womens splltBolo stockings for In
01 administration as we are euro to be busy in some stance that we hare had to sell at 18c for several years and most un
parts of the store every day usual socks at ISc and 28c for men Details
A visit to these newly and intelligently arranged Womens Stockings
buildings will not fail to be of interest At tea pair Instead of 26o runts various styles and color L
It is against our rules to ask any one to buy lllack cotton unbleached soles reg At Sac pair 3 pairs for 11
ular nude Instead of We pair Black mercer
though our goods are here to be sold and the politest At tae pair Instead of Me ized lisle thread In gauze or light
attention is given to effect sales and to please customers Black In various lisle thread new and openwork pretty designs ankles weights with openwork Plain ankles black lUla In new thread at
tomers At 2Hc pAIl Instead of 3Sc tractive pretty designs Black lisle
Fine lightweight plain black lisle thread openwork ankle embroid
thread with Ion spliced heel and ered with white or colored designs
double soles Tan lisle thread with embroidered
f I At nor pall Instead of SOc fronts >
J ffwe Black lisle thread embroidered MIn aisle Old Bulldlnr
Mens Half Hose
At 15n pnlr Instead of 30c Cot At lee pair Instead of So Lisle
ton In black or assorted shade of thread tine gauge light weight In
tan full fashioned black tan gray or bluo
At INc pair ii pair for Sect At S8c pale Instead of EOc Mer
A Stylish CoatandDress Idea IpHlontl with unbleached of aOc solos pilr Black regular cotton made cerized navy blue Hale Bray thread or In cadet black blue tans all
Main AII New bulWlaj with selfcolored aldcclocks
L Straight from Paris to Wanamakersal
Kimonos Negligees Sacques
Samples to Go for Low Prices
id Is but another way of saying that there are scores
SAMPLES
12 of attractive styles and plenty of choice picking with the
particular kimono or dressing sacque you fancy way un
der Its usual price as a reward
i t ° All this seasons models In cool pleasant materials such as lawns
N and dotted Swiss muslin all white or white grounds with figures
l i 1 t floral designs or polkadots There are kimono and fitted backs
1 1 round surplice or square necks among the various groups And the
prices are tempting
t
1 t Dressing Sacques Kimonos Negligees Wrappers
7tk usually 1 to 160 8150 usually 2 to 2CO
1 usually 150 to 2 usually 250 to 350
1rI 180 usually 2CO to 5 250 usually 375 to 450
+ Fourth floor Old Uulldln d usually 475 and 5 1
IN t
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b 1 18c Mercerized Striped Batiste
p I Reaches a New Price8c Yd
I NE of the most summery and coolest looking fabrics mcs I
ONE white batiste with a shiny mercerized stripe running
through It and printed In light foulard figures In various col
ors And now the price Is down to vanishing point with the total
cost of material for a refreshing Summer dress say eighty cents
r 8c a yard
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flaoond low Old Building
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T J Girls White Dresses 850
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pretty coatanddresa Illustrated abaTe was one of the best That Sell for 1250
THE seen at the Longchamps racecourse Here It Is copied Styles to 1850
In a smart cool striped cotton suiting In blueandwhlte black
andwhite and lavenderandwhite The dress Is a princess overwaist
tho dainty lawn and
RiESE are Just organdy frocks that girls like
model fitted the with side neck is
plain over hips plaits below the THESE graduation day They are handsome showroom
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samples
piped with contrasting colors and waist closed In front with two rows designed by the best specialist In girls lingerie dresses eri
of buttons skirt has deep bias fold The coat Is 30 Inches long cut for 1250 boUgh S anh
sell regularly to 1850
styles that but bought
are at such
away style with semifitted back seams ure slushed from below waist
mark them all at
great concessions that we at 830 Plenty of variety
Ino and Is closed In front with one button Turndown collar with
grenlCt The flne tn dvari
In the styles no two alike trimmings are fine laces
revers threequarter length sleeves collar and cuffs trimmed with ety Idn e 8S1 cl aces and em
broideries Sizes for 6 to 14 years
contrasting colors Smart and altogether charming dresses at
8 Each Young Women 350 and 5
Other Summer dresses and Suits Include White Skirts at 250 and 375
Linen Tailored Suits In plain colors at 10 to 4360
Tailored Sulfa In striped Suitings at 476 to 21 These walking skirts are of repp or union linen one style a cir
Linen Overwaist Dresses at 5 to 25 cular gored model fastening In front the other a plaited strapped
Lingerie Dresses at 5 to 75 T irdiluA model foldtrimmed Lengths 33 to 39 Inches Third moor old Buiwin
1250 to 22 White These linen scarfs
embroidered Robes Oriental Rugs Are and Squares are onethird
and near below
at 750 to IOthats Wedding Gifts That Last t the regular sell
Linen ing prices
They
a short June J
are handsome
dress story li KIH colors grow mellow and soft with aceif they Squares decorative pieces
Embroidered that will inter TIIIan honestly sold and carefully chosen and their and Scarfs hemstitched and
e 8 t women beauty is even greater at the crystal or silver wedding with effective
obes 676 Less floral and conventional
Another inter
anIJiv than
ding anniversary now ventional drawn
L to 10 esting item We can show many a beautiful specimen In this fine collection of work designs
i the ne hand Oriental Ru severy one of them worthy truthfully described and beautifully wrought on the linen all
some Summer fairly priced Besides the more costly rugs there Is an unusually specially selected patterns
robes are easily made hints fine assortment of excellent rugs at lower pricesamong them these Scarfe
about how to put them to special groups 18x36 In SOc OOc usually 75cl
gether will be given if dedired At 15Rugs fully worth 20 to 22 18x45 18x54 in In 65c 60c usually usually Soc 1
many A manufacturer hence the concessions had too At 20Rugs fully worth 30 to 35 Centerpieces
And others at40 50 and 75 including Mosuls Kazaks 24 In 50c usually 75c
the small many
which made price
30 in
patterns and colorings OOc 75c usually 75c 1
In good
1 Kurds and Daghestans
possible Each robe boxed Fifth floor New Building 30 In 75c usually 1
Second Moor Old ItiilliUiifr Second floor Old DullJInx
Ribbon Ties Summer Favorites CURTAINS That Will Help
P To Make the House Look Cool
165
250 and 3 Styles at
NI that goes a long way In Slimmer towards tnakintj It
HU previous lot of these pretty hoes for women went very slat AND These new Curtains besides being typical desir
1iU these new arrivals lire In all sizes to begin but wont last able Summer sorts are priced from a quarter to a third
long They are In gunmetal and patent coltskln with irrlf less than usual we bought them at this concession from tho manu
soles vlilrh means good wearnarrow toes and Cuban heels Also facturers
some rootlooking White Duck Pumps with welted soles 165 a pair Crossstripe Curtains I fllndrns Curtains
usual would bo 250 anil 3 Especially cli8Kncs for Summer
the
It bought In way i warming In their coloring soft
line totil colored utrlnoi nn white
llaaenipnt OM HulMlne stripes ns In texture and of excellent
ecru body Inn vnrfptv of styles
rcrru I nrltly < A
I tV S7 i uSnHy lunacy lit I A7S It pule usually
from nee tn BYra a pair usually
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1 rnbour iMuslln Cnlns Cluny Curtains
IlanilMiini destgtls rolileroil
< om1
2 for Men 3 to 5 Oxfords iii a s n irriilile iunl tnusllii ami In white well and Stout tribe < imllty look hob well
OI ell S x or s I heniMltfhtMl edge IfI 1 II nil etir3 lilnii rnr ltli rhmr Ins > etlir m Viral
12 nnil i +
a iiiilr usually
with edge and Insertion In cfTfctlvfl
Particular for 7 and 7U A NottlnKnam Cu tains lulir ni sua 151 ami xilno a
I art cu ar nuggets or men with narrow feet7 bnl
color attractive
ecrucolor pattern
In ecru pair tMiallr Sa t i J4 M KM
samples of fine Summer Shoes And all sizes from r 109 In a stand lit if II Slno Hiiil ttiS a Pair
ard 3 grade 2 n pair Main floor 3w iiuMlni inateHI of Still 1210 anil 12 t + i Fourth laic Nin tliilliluiK
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