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TM1 6 THE EVENING WORLD W n vir1SDAY oJ I li 1 O I 9 O 8
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H SMAll DOG MADE
BIG COMMOTION
ij AT FRENCH PIER
Chased by Boys Crying Mad
Dog I It Frightened Crowd
L of Husky Longshoremen
2 HELD CLERKS AT BAY
f
I Kept Everybody in Terror
Until a Policeman Came
ftf Along and Killed It
I I A small black rtop one of whose
i ancestors had been a fox terrier about
Ii ten KoncraUojis ago created as much
II
i V excitement today on the French line
s pIer aa the arrival of a fresh Ameri
f can millionaire does on that dear
Champs Elyseos and It was npt until
he had held at bay the whole clerical
force of Ga eons Plcnrds Alsatians
and numerous other brands that he
finally met his fate at the hands of aNew
New Tork policeman
Nobody on Pier No < 2 North River I
knew where the dos came from but
I that was an Item that didnt occupy
their minds one Instant after he made
hie appearance He loomed up suddenly
from out of West street and behind
him was a crowd of school boys
playing hookey and who at a safe
distance were encoiiraclnu his visit to
the French line offices with sticks I
itonea and any kind of missiles they
could lay a hand to Some of them
even threw their rlthmetlcs at him He
was yelping as he ran and the cry Mad
dog rent the air behind him
Dog Puts Them to Flight
The liner La Lorraine was at the dock
and a big crowd of longshoremen were
unloading her of a great lot of freight
The rattling of trucks and the bump
ing of crates added to the babel In
i which several languages figured and
the I considering It was on a
French line pier was a calm and peace
ful one
But It was soon changed When those
giant longshoremen longshoremen
are giants according to tradItionheard
the frantic klyl of the little mongrel
and the truant school boys yell of
Mad dog they did not hestltate one
Instant but dropped trucks boxes and
all and evacuated In all directions like
a lot of ants suddenly disturbed at
building a new hill
Every manJack of them remembered
Ben Johnson a negro roustabout who
was bitten a few weeks ago and dll < l
ot hydrophobia In Bellevue and the
memory didnt put any lead In their
heels They left that pier as clean as
U It had been scraped
The little dog riding himself alone
plucked up courage looked around and
topped yelping Seeing the ciojr of
the receiving clerK utllce open It
trotted right through
Inside M Jean Hauler had been check
ing shipments until disturbed by tho
cry of Mad dog and when his fel
low clerks heard a whine and saw the
dog In their once there was a chorus
of Sicreileus Mllle tonnerres mid
Allez vltes and they went through
windows like a school of porpoises In
the lay
Jean Shows Fight I
i I But not so with M Jean He Is n
GaRCOn and crabbing his brassbound
ruler and crying Mort au chIen ne
made n thrust In tierce at the enemy
that would have done Cyrano de Her
pprnc credit Ills attitude his guard
his mode of attack AS he held nut his
weapon crying 1renpz garde were
perfecllOo perfect that the dog made
n Jump for him and gripping the end
of the ruler In Ills teeth hung on like
a snapping turtle
M Jean raised the ruler and tried to
dash the dog against he floor hut the
animal landed on hIs feet every time and
at last M Jean threw him and the ruler
out of tho window and muttering
Teste returned to his desk
OutRide the doc deserted the ruler
Seeing the door of the shipping clerk
office he daaheO In there But there
was no valiant M Jean to give him
battle and he was left alone br the
halt dozen clerks until Policeman
Thomas Dezell arrive He shot once
at the dog but wounded It In the Ic
and It crept under a desk The police
man poked ut It with n stick Just ae
he came out he sprang at Derolls
throat But he wan stopped In midair
by n bullet which finished him and a
second after waR the center of Attrac
tion for a chattering crowd of French
clerks and longshoremen
ETHEL ROOSEVELT
IS A BRIDESMAID
Daughter of President at Wedding
of Miss Georgiana Farr and
Fletcher Harper Sibley
Miss Ethel Roosevelt daughter of
President Roosevelt was a bridesmaid
today at the wedding of Miss Georsl
ana Harding Farr daughter of Mr and
Mr T II Powers Fan of West
Orange and Floloher harper Slblev
son of Mr and Mrs Hiram W Sibley
of Rochester Miss Margaret lloo +
I vnlt daughter of Enilen Hoo evolt was
aln a bridesmaid The ceremony took
lIMe In St Marks Epl onpal Church
West Orange The Rev Murray Hart
lett of Rochester officiated assisted
I church l > v the Rev Frank Iteazor lector of the
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OUT OF WORK TOOK GAS
Edward Gantrman n clirsrmaker of
Xo 175 East One Hundred and Eleventh
street was told by WM two daughters
today that It was time fi > r him to go
to work Gamzirun said he wn look
lag for a Job but thought It was pretty
tough on an old man he was llfty
four that the girls begrudged him a
little rest
After the plrls had gone to work and
his wife hud gone out Oontzman nt
tarhej a Tioie to a gas Jet and sit
Ion to dip The neighbors smelled
sis this afternoon and ft pollceinuii
ftnaalici In the door and found him
He had been dead some time
12000000 PIANO COMPANY
GETS JERSEY CHARTER I
TRENTON N J June 10Th1
American Piano Company with an
authorized capital of lOOi l was In
carp rated here today The capital i
Flock Is dvlded Into I
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stock with 7 per cent cumulative dlvl
dends and KAiOOOJ common stock
The Incorporators aM Ernest Knabe I
Jr C H W Foster and George G
Foster The company it Is understood I
has ben formed for the pUrpose of
consolidating the WWarn Knae Piano
Company of Baltimore Chlckerlnc
Sons Ilostvn and the Foster Arm i
strong Piano Company of Rochester
X Y I
WOMAN SHOT BUT
WILL NOT GIVE
I ANY DETAILS
Staggers Into Drug Store
I with Two Bullet Wounds
and Asks Assistance
A well 1reslol goxd looking womnn I
about thirty years old staggered Into
the Bible House drug store at the
northeast corner of Tenth street and
Fourth avenue this afternoon and
asked for help She said she had been I
shot I
The clerk to whom who spoke noticed j
that there was blood on the front of t
her white waist as though from a
wound In the breast or abdomen and
also Wood In her hair In reply to ques
tions the woman said there was a bullet
wound In her band
1ollccman Falvey was railed In frctn
the corner and summoned an ambu
lance from Bellevue
The wounded woman said her name i
was Hlda Ulega and that she lived In
Eighteenth street It
She refused to Rive the house number
or tell whether Bhe had been shot by J
another or had attempted to commit I
I suicide Her condition Is crltlm1 I
Later police Investigation disclosed
that the woman had hot herself at
the corner of Third avenue and Tenth I
street In sight of dozens of people She
fired the llret shot at her head In I
flicting a flIght scalp wound and then
another Into her abdom
After the shooting she ran to the drug
Ptore on the next corner and those who i
had witnessed her act allowed her to I
go Policeman In the East Twenty
second street station say that the
woman reported there a few days ago
that she was afraid one Amoero a
barber with whom she had ben living
would Kill her
Amlxro when en at the time said
the woman was suffering from alcoholic
hallucinations
AUTOISTS SPEED AWAY
WHEN CAR HITS GIRL
Knocked unconscious by a bIg tour
Ing car in Newark Uecky Burden
nineteen years old Ij today In a serl
His condition at her home In that city
No 7S Clinrlton street while the AUtO
Ists pausing only for an Instant to
see the prostrate form lifted from the
pavement resumed their ride and are
atlll at large The car It Is claimed
was driven by nil Ellzalwth man Miss
Burden was Injured Internally and
about the arms and head Her con
dition Is considered grave by the
attending physician I
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Save the Babies
rFAT MORTALITY is something frightful We can hardly realize that
INFANT the children born in civilized countries twentytwo per cent
or nearly onoquarter die before they reach ono year thirtyseven I
percent or moro than onethird before they ore fire and onehalf before I
they are fifteen I
Wo do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a I
majority of these precious lives Neither do wo hesitate to say that many I
of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the uso of narcotlo preparations
Drops tinctures and soothing syrups sold for childrens complaints contain I
more or less opium or morphine They are in cons lerablo quantities I
deadly poisons In any quantity they stupefy retard circulation and lead
to congestions sickness death Castoria operates exactly tho reverse but
you must see that it bears the signature of Chas H Fletcher Castorm I I
causes the blood to circulate properly opens the I
pores of the skin and allays fever
Genuine Castoria always bears the signature of I
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Southwest Corner 6th Ave and 18th St New York I
New Linene
4 and Rep Suits
Worth up to Worth up to Worth up to
S750 at Jl J at Slit at
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A95 SO95 J > 95
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The styles In these Linene and Rep Suits
are Prince Chap ami several pleasing varia
tions They are in a great variety of pretty
striped linenes in plain lavenders blues j
tans and white very desirable and wash
able holding their lustre throughout the
season The skirts are full pleated or gored
and trimmed with one or two folds
I
I Lingerie Dresses
s Worth up to Worth up to Worth up to
ti i750 at IOat 15o1t
295 395 495
The Lingerie Dresses are made of light
Z blue pink lavender ecru and white mull
zti and other materials used in more expensive
dresses The waists are handsomely trim
p med with Val lace Insertion and medallions
in pleasing yoke effatSj skirts are extra
Itt full and trimmed with lace or Insertion to
t match waists
Prince Chap Suits
Cutaway Coat Suits
l of NeW Summer Materials
I for Women B MissesI
fj 775 I
° ulti In the seasons most approved mod
S tit of the best qualities of Scive Panama
Woritedi and new tansy weaves in Blue
k Gendarme Copenhagen Brown Illondlne
J Tan Gray rear Black and the new fancy
and ihaiow Strips made to retail for
SI5 to25 I
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Lord Taylor
Summer Dresses
consisting of
Lingerie Princess Dresses
French Mull Embroidery and Lace
trimmed value 2000
Linen Jumper Dresses Special
All colors Lace trimmed value jr f 00
1500
2250 O
Taffeta Silk Jumper Dresses each
White grounds with narrow stripes
value 2000
Also
French Linen Tailored Suits
in Smart Coat Models
Solid Colors or Fancy Stripes
JI500 f value 2250
Summer Skirts
of
English Repp and Pure Linen
at
395 500
value 550 value 750
Summer Dresses for Girls
4 to 14year sizes
o Three Exceptional Lots
at
I95 > 295 395
values 300 to 600
Consisting of White Lawn Ginghams
Percales and Mercerized Linens
Misses Princess Jumper Dresses
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14 to i 8 years I
of
Ginghams Percales and Mercerized Linens
various models
550 values 750 to f 1000
Girls White Serge Coats
4 to 16year sizes
Single or Doublebreasted Models
Special JOj value 1000
Broadway and aoth St 5th Ave zoth Sr
1f McCutcheons I
U The Linen Store I
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Ladies Coats
Skirts Suits Etc
We are showing an especially large and varied as
sortment of Ladies Coats for Summer wearmotoring
driving or travelling These may be had in threequarter
and full lengths in semifitted and loose models of the
latest mode >
Linen Coats siooo 1500 1800 2000 2500
AH Silk Pongee Coats siSoo 2000 2500 3000 3500
Showerproof English Lustre Coats in Black Tan
Gray Blue or Green 5225o and 2500
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Linen Princcss Jumper Dresses in Whit Blue PinK
and Navy or with crossbars of Black or Blue on White
grounds 51500 Other styles up to 2500
Separate Linen Skirts plain White or Natural color In
plain gored or pleated styles 5500 85010001200 and upward
Some very choice hand embroidered Skirts at S 1500 to 2500
Linen Suits Unusual value in new Natural color Embroidered
Linen Suits with long or short coats 2250 Value 3500
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51usShttoes2 Boys and Girls a Y i1 Ii Sl1o s
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leather soles sizes 2s to S Well Vorth 250 and 5300 an Sdo lull canvas
nude r hind turned
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Handwelted soles Bluchers
Hand welted soles
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Cuban heels sizes 2 to
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Colonial Pumps
Pumps Extension soles short
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Alilltary heels fancy amps all sizes worth Worth
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twcUes sizes 2 > i to 350 at at
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for Misses Children Tan Calfskin Sizes Tan Calfskin sizes 2K
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SINGLE TAX
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DO YOU BELIEVE IN IT
Before you say and before you cast your ballot for President
of the United States you should not fail to read all about
the Single Tax principle as written by the late Henry George t
Sr and published in
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