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THE EVENING WORLD MONDAY JUNE 29 19Ox T
I ALL COLORADO
WANTS TO GT
CONVNTION
t
Applications for Admission to
Hall Swamp Committee
at Denver
EXPECT FEW CONTESTS
SubCommittee Will Early
Take Up Disputes of
Delegates
EVVin Col Juno tMembers of
the committee on convention nrransc
nicnts who pent yesterday on n pleisi
lire excursion In the mountains north
west of this city returned to find n
otrcnuous pro rammo outlined for them
to < liy
No meeting of the committee will he
held until 4 oclock tomorrow nftor
noon but In the mean time the member
wll lhave their lute fuly occupied
The prIncipal matter taken up today
was the selection of headquarters for
Staten which date not yet secured an
abiding place for the writ of tc con
venton
There are seven monitors of the Na
tional Committ now here represent
ing Indiana Kentucky Xobriski llll
nol Texas Wvoinln = and Now York
In addition to the work entailed by I
the headquarter proposition the tnem
hers of the committee were vl led at
the Auditorium to divide concerning the
physical tlotnlH of the convention ar I
ran < ement and were c t > llKl to con
front also the always Increasing de
mand for tickets of admi lon Some
of the committee men alil that it Hems
ns though the entire State of Colorado
was anxious to lie ItiMde the Auditorium
when the nominations are made
It has hen arranged that all con i
tests for seat on the temporary roll
call of the convention will be faaril by
a cubcommittee of the National Com II
mittee whleli Is to meet on ulv C
Although It Is permissible for any con
testant to llle notice of his fortVomlni
protest ns late as the day on when the
tulicoimiilltfp will meet It Is not he
llevol hat the number will be wulll
clentlv large to consume more thin a >
portion of tse stride IKV Iat apart for
the hearing of evidence Tho lindlncs
of the sub rtmultttee will a > turned
over on the night of uly fi to n meet
Inc of the fu committee i
The matter of scats of the delegates
and the nltcrnntos fr > m the IInlipnin
Islands mnv he curried to the hoar of
the convention Several rromlnent pol
iticians have expressed tte opinion that
It Is unfair to the delegates from the
other side of tlie wjrld to bar them
from the tiroceedlnK and have declared I
their determination to rnihc nn attempt
to secure for the Inlanders amp Ore
elcntla s and the power to otc for
candMatrr
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CHILD MANGLED BY A
BOULDER IN CITY PARK
Chasing Ball She Looened Stone i
Which Rolled Down
on Her i
Martha Kowal Ky twelve years old
of No 173 tnr ntjtilrd street Brook il
lyn was crushed by a boulder and fa
tally Injured yesterday OXOIIIHK wink
playlnp ball with several other children
In Sunset Park The ball rolled down an
lnlliL and OMI an pnii > iiiknit > nt nod
thn child In trying to raton It lost her
balance and fell AM site hot down
ward a illtami of tlirth feet MI
clutched at a bHildfr di < l uiging It The
big rock fell on top of Mirtii rush
tog her Kul and iniurns her Inter
call
The hlil wa rmiivd ti fie Nome I
plan llo pial In a Ivng nliilon
MACHINES TO SELL I
CAR TICKETS NOW I
Importing Company Expects I
I Them to Be Tried at Bridge I
and in Subway
With trip Introduction of stamp splllnJ
machines now on probation In several
of tho large post olllce towns of the
country comns the automatic tlckct
elMtiR machine which may be seen
soon at subway elevated and bridge
Mntlons Six of three devices are on I
their way from Knrope and the cpm I
patty Importlnc them Is negotiating for
their lIe on the bridge and In the sub
way
The maahlnes can he arranged so that
tickets for use upon any trarsporatlon
line may l > e sold through them
Iersom Interested say that their ae
would result In the sale of tickets more
rapidly and would make It possible for
I the transportatlonconpanes to handle
more pafscngcra during the ruin hours
e
CARNEGIE MEDAL HERO
SAVES ANOTHER LIFE
Peter Matlson Springs Into the
River and Rescues Drown
ing Stevedore
While the Mallory line steamer Colo
rado was being unloaded at pier 10 East
lihcr at 230 A M yesterday John
Chock a stevedores helper of No 102
Oliver street was accidentally knocked
off tho strlnfrpeco and fell between
Ihe pier and the steamer
On the pier were seventy persons but
nobody made a move to save the man
until fete Jlattson of No 205 East
die ystxlh street foreman of the steve
dore who Is a CarnegIe medal hero
sprang into tin water
Mnttson received his Carnegie medal
for resetting four persons from drowning
oa July T 1301
NIAGARA
FALLS
Round trip excur on
tickets for
JULY 4TH
On sale going July 3d re
turning to July Gth in
clusive at the very low
fare of
900 West Shore R R
1025 New York Central
Niagara Falls llluKtntcd booklet
of SI hosts with two large colored
maps free at ticket offices or send
Scent tAmp to AdTertfolng Dept
Orand Central Station New York
CHAUTAUQUA
Excursion tickets to Chau
tauqua and all points on
Chautauqua Lake good going
on July Sd and 24th return
ing within 30 days on sale
at the very low fare of
1175 Round Trip
For Information
and limo of trains
sro aeonti or Tele
phone GGSOMadlson
s
iIf You Have No Regard
I
4r For your hands your back or your clothes
Ii
> keep on buying the soap you now use
i
But if you want to cut the work of
washday right in two use Pe G Naph
tha Soap I
P G Naphtha Soap is a veritable
godsend for the woman who does her own i
work It is made for her
Boiling and hard rubbing arc things of i
I the past with women who use P G I
Naphtha Soap That means that half the 1
work and practically all the discomfort of
wash day is done away with
Read and follow the directions on the
inside of the wrapper They tell you how
to wash clothes quicker easier and better
than is possible in any other way
Remember the name
CTfRGAMBlE P G Naphtha Soap
pRO pC the white naphtha soap in
oAP I
NAPHW SO LI the blue wrapper la
P 1 G Naphtha Soap
N 5 cents a cake I
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I Bang Go the Bargains All Over the Store
j Plenty of good ammunition here tomorrow that will make economy bulls = eyes
I in every part of these two buildings Junes RED LETTER DAY is planned with
I special reference to Fourth of July outings country vacations and Summer comfort
generally Only the chief offerings are detailedin other cases a single line will point
you to a direct and timely saving on specially selected goods of character Scan
the list carefully
A Few Hundred More SILK DRESSES at 750 Instead of 15 and 516
We have had dozens of inquiries < i day MS to when wo would have more of tho o Hilk drossoV The
unexpected happened for tomorrow wo have several hundred morn of thorn tivwli frutn tho maker made up
in oven better silks thnn the previous lots AND NOT ONE OF TlItiM KVKU rillOWN HUFO The same
wonderfully low price
750 Each
q5 They are all in Princess stjlo of striped checked and plain taffotas also foulards Many of them in
sr charming new overwaist effects others with dainty lace Alcoves aiul yoke toady at N1NK tomorrow morning
t hardly enough for a single days selling And absolutely the last Ive shall be able to sell at their prico
Yairl tl > nr OIl iMIMliu
S3 for 350 to 450 WAISTS 1250 for Mens 15 to 25
Charming Waists in live attractive models
OUTING and SACK SUITS
just in from the maker to sell at much below
4 The best sort of news for vacationbound men
their value S3 each Odd Suits in twos and threes from our own Htock
Made ot fine batiste with embroidery Valenciennes of file
Jino Summer suits formirlv soiling at lf to
lace and Insertion yokes In various pretty styles trim
So and ouio cool and handsome twopiece out
med sleeves Also a choice group of
iupr suits of tho same value about two hundred
I 3 Allover Embroidery Waists 175 and thirty suits in all
Made of sheer lawn pretty designs plaited open hack + Tomorrow at 1250 a Suit
Remarkable at the price fourth floor OM imiwins t
Practically all sizes in ono stylo or another r
when the salt be inl
begins Mamfi Ior New iiuiiim
Mens UNDERWEAR at Half price
leas Two fine groups of Summer Underwear at half price or 95c for Mens 150 Negligee SI llr t s
At 2Sc each instead of TiOc Shirts and Drawers of Summer An unusually handsome lotof Negligee Shirts in dark
weight balbriggan in sky blue pink or lavender Shirts with short grounds including many blues with fancy stripes The
sleeves
instead makers label on the shirts gives assurance of 150 quality
At 1 each of 225 Shirts and Drawers of the very
comfortable and hygienic Ramie full fashioned plain or openmesh it w Made in coat style cuffs attached Sizes 14 to 17
made in England Man nnri N rt lIuiJlntr
25c for Mens 50c Wash Scarfs
TwoInch fourlnbaid and batwing tics In designs and color
Clearance of SILK PETTICOATS ings of our own soleition ombrol Icrecl or plain and fancy mercer
ized cotton and sill mixed materials
Rich Silk Petticoats in fancy plaids and stripes changeable Man Moor New immune
shades and plain blacks of which we have only one or a few of a
kind are priced tomorrow JS7S to S 5 instead of 7 50 to 35 t
All are made with deep Iloiince accordionplaited fine cluster len s UNDERWEAR at Half Price I
plaits shirring or niching rourth flow OM nuiMins Two half less
fine groups of Summer Underwear at price or
At 25c cuali Instead of iiOhlrts and Drawei of Summer
l weight balbrlggan in sky blue pink or lavender Shirts with short
85c for Womens 175 and 250 sleeves
At SI each Instead of L2i Shirts and Drawers of the very
SILK STOCKINGS comfortable and hygienic Ramie full fashioned plain or open nleah
made in England
il3ln floor New uuiwm
A most remarkable offering of omen Pure
Silk Stockings in plain colors or with embroid
ered fronts in self and contrasting colors in at Red Letter Offerings of SHOES
tractive variety Also some Black Silk Stockings On the Main Floor New Building
which are seconds of 150 and J200 qualities Mens 3andMore Oxfords for SI90
all at 85c a pair A roundup of lots Oxford Shoes that arc worth 3 anti more
Mum rile ou uuimtnc
1 chiefly patent leather but Including some calf shoes In nearly all
sizes at 190 a pair
On the Main Floor Old Building
25c English Wash Goods at lOc Yd
190 for Woolens 250 to S5 Low Shoes
Another splendid lot of English Wash Cottons that will sell as vy omen s
Final clearance of short lines small lots and odd pairs In a great
rapidly as former offerings in a day In stylish checks of various
ti many good Slimmer styles both tan and black of J210 to 5 shoes
sizes and colors also plenty of black and white effects and tartan toOII
andCcoati Scd at S 10 but you wont find all sizes in any single style
plaids Good quality and attractive llnish Regularly 23c yard
tomorrow much less than wholesale price lOc a yard In tho Economy Basument Old Building
Main nlsle old Ilulldlne Womens White Pumps at SI
O ea iHliuiil diiK iirittv liirhiwrlirnl Summer
shoe solliiM rirtilarlv nt SLeU
10 REFRIGERATORS at 750 Womens Odd Lots of Shoes at 75c
This is one of four sizes of tho excellent New Domestic Sivi rn liimlvil iiun enLrd or odd laIrs sour r
Ill ks u evnrup of irlnus lots recently sold at
Refrigerators regularly sold by us at 10 and carrying i iSior pms
our full guarantee for good refrigeration and low Ice 50c for Babies S 1 Ankle Strap Slippers
consumption Hiark Mil and patnt Iilt era plot blue ana f
Painted In Imitation oak double covers casters removable i Wt ill coo nnd print Sizes 1 in b
waste pipe brass locks etc New and perfect Ice capacity 7u lbs I SI90 for Large Girls S3 Tan Pumps a4
liO lbs Ice apieltv KVo from fllM 1rltii 5nli low heels ii < Mt toes wide IIUIHI
111 Ihs Ice rapirlly SIP Iron Fir lluemfnt bow Klts li to 5
io His Ice cnpncity l ii7B fivn J1SW New IIIIB Main floor OM Ilmulinc
750 for Womens FrenchChinaLessthan Ii Lingerie Blouses
12 Dusters I A tine lotof Theo llaviland Limoges 512 and SI5 until now 1650 to 25
Fulllength Dusters of natural China in attractive decorated pat Waists of French handkerchief linen
color linen doublebreasted high terns comprising dinner breakfast tea In white grounds with black blue mauve
collar buttoned close to neck turn and ure1l1and butler plates and tea or ninl stripes or dots with ruffle or
over cuffs large hatch poelcets cups and saucers at less than half oriro line sideplaiting down center hand en
yoke lined with same material For l iiroldored scalloped edge or line hem Open
Plates lOc 12c and 15c front New
traveling or motoring Same In rill r OM iUMlnK
steel gray mohair at 850 In Cups and Saucers 20c each
stead of 12 Ol Regular prices 250 to 0 a doon
Third fKw OIl DulMIn IiUl1 nsr Old ItiilMms Handsome Lamps at Half I
Oil Lamps and Portable Electric
Paris Lingerie at New Prices Infants Caps and Dresses Lights from our regular stock re
duced to half price or near Itt
Charming styles handmade or handem Half Price and Near It At 375 from 675Large wrought
broidered on line fabrics some pieces soiled Ciiilmpe and Waist Dresses of lawn and Iron Table Lamps with No 2 centre burn
Nightgowns at 2 to 25 were H to 12
dimity lace or embroiderytrimmed Import er and 10inch ruby globe
Chemises 1 to 5Q5 were 150 to 1050 ed handmade Lawn lace
auade close Otling CapE At 750 from 15011 Lamps In
Drawers at 85c to 975 were 1 to 1030
trimmed Sizes for 2 to 4 yearn Japanese bronze ruby globes with dragon
Petticoats 250 to 35 were H to 15 Dresses 75c 1751 regularly 125 to 5 design
Corset Covers 375 to 775 wore 550
Caps SOc to 75c were 1 awl 10 At 10 from 20 Portable Electric
to 1L fourth flnui OIl nuilllnif fourth floor OM llulidliii Table Lights with fancy sUinils In Ito
muncsquu llnish with handsome mosaic
glass tihmlc3
1 for Warners 150 225 185
Bedspreads At 250 from 5 Portable Electric
Corsets Marseilles patterns able Lights In bronze figure
Rust = Proof buhl designs
111t1 it
c bulbs
Special No 000 The famous Ituct p roof 6 BlanketsMk 475 pair IIl1lsiJ room shade 11 II and t i U1 inch Vm decorated
HUIJJu
Corsets of light batiste for Summer wear Sffinl floor Old Jlulkhnc g
supporters front anti aides Hard It
lain f or O d 1111111I 20 jiWuair Mattresses 15
Kull hUe one or two parts smaller sia 350 Parasols at190uach
proportionately lower A great variety of Silk Parasols In
150 to 4 Lace Veils 55c 5 Woven Wire Springs at 4 fan Stripes crud plain colors with hand
I Hi to 2 yds long black white and colors 225 loose Feather Pllows at SI75 some ood haiullea Kne ties for a great
Main floor OM IhllllIelf 1ltthth floor New llulldlnit parasol season Mn moor 01 luli < iinit
A T Formerly Stewart eo J 0 H N WANAMAKER Broadway Eighth to Tenth Fourth street avenue
ALL CARS T TRANSFER i TO
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IEXINGTONro3AVE 59y io60 N
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7 Well Sell You a Full I 1 I
Size City Lot for 270 i
All you need pay down on the lot is 1000 I
The rest in easy payments 1
WellBuild You a Home on the Lot it
i for Any Price You Want to Pay and 11
I You can pay for the whole thing monthly in
I amounts no higher than the rent of a city flat
The house will be built as you want it built of materials stanch and I
I ttue und it will be located in an ideal spot At 1
SCARSDALE PARK
in beautiful healthful high mosquito and malariafree Westchester
County is where we will build a cozy comfortable home for you 1
I
You Pay No More Than Rent But Ycu Own Your Home
Your own homo Dcesnt that sound alluring Is there anything d
a man of family should be more anxious to be able to say than This is 1
MY house Certainly not I This new proposition of ours makes it easy 4
lor the wneeearncr for the business man to say
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i I II I Own My HomeMy Family Neednt Worry
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i and its out in the country where 1he air is pure where the water is good
I where there are churches and schools and refining influences where
thirty trains run to and from the Grand Central Station each day and the
i commutation fare is only eleven cents a ride where the big cities of
II I Mount Vernon and White Plains are only a few minutes away where
I the trolley is within a stones throw of the home door II
i i I Dont You Think Youd Like to Know How I
Easy It Is to Own a Home in the Country
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I I Then call at our Real Estate Department if you cant call just drop a r
postal and well tell you all about it J
Well Take You Out to Scarsdale Park 1
i Without a Bit of Expense to You
I Youll not be under obligations If you dont want to buy a lot yu
neednt II you want to buy n lot and not build a house all right Yo5
make n good investment and probably sell at a profit before long If you i
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want to buy a lot and build a home just remember
your First Payment Need Be Eul Small Well Do 4
the Rest and You Pay Us Back Just Like Paying Rent
Worth looking Into isnt it We welcome investigation
Were pleased to give full information In writing for informa 1
tion mention the letter in the circle on the right then we will B J
know just what to send you
Ml ors BLOOMINGDALES tx tn lid An
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ALL CARS TRANSFER T0 I
D TIiANSFErAr 1
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Do Not Miss This t i
rt Fourth of July Sale of Bsautiful
> 500 Walters Concert I
Grand Upright 235 I I I 1
Pianos for
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l Down Per
a W a 5 Dowd 1 Week 1
4 t I
Dont Wait
Sale Is for a Short Time Only
Price includes Chair Rubber Cover Embroidered Silk Scarf andycars tuning I
I 1 here is no charge for Interest No insurance and no extras whatever
Upon first payment ol J5 we will deliver the piano to your home
The Only Safe Piano to Buy Is the Renowned Walters
i Special Offer of 900 Wallers Mastertone PlayerPiano Outfits 450
I 25 Down and 10 Per Month
PlayerPiano Dench Cabinet Scarf and 12 Rolls Music
CAUTION un1 Our n n3iMll l slightly U V or jnjhaiul vlutvi at any
fHJMtsii price for It will sonn bosoms worthless and you well l be sorry
I > ont buy a piano untffn It tnirn thti ninkirs nam
EXCHANGE jour aU piano for ono of theo beautiful Walters Concert
L SLllfHiJL Fillies and taty nn v lialmw at lliO per week
fREE To even purchaser of a Own who brings this adifrtlaonicnt wo will
Ke free u a t > 1 > mbrulitiHJ 1linu Scarf j
Upoi rqucst a representative will call Wardrooms 3d Floor Goth St Section I
AllCars Transfer BLQQMMGDALESLcxto3dAvS9lh to 60th St
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Rheumatism cannot be expected from the use of liniments plasters and
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Rheumatism the uric acid and inllammutory poison must be expelled from
the blood S S S cures Rheumatism because it is n perfect blood
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