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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, August 04, 1908, Final Results Edition, Image 7

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Alfred G Vanderbilt Named
Head of Citizens Committee
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I tee for Reception
PLANS TAKING SHAPE
Big Parade Feature of Day
and Theatre Party at Night
Part of Programme
Angmt t 0 U the any
Alfrel Ovvvnne Vanderbilt will heart
the committee of citizens to receive the
victorious American athletes on their
return home Patrick F McGonan
Jresldent of th Board of Aldermen
Jannounced
announced his appointment late yes
terday A reception connm fief of JO
representative Yew Yorkers me to
welcome the athletes I
I
ing 29 Is the date for the demonstra
tion It was decided upon at a meeting I
of the Plan and Scope Committee of
which lit iek J Conway Is chairman
ft the City Hall yesterday All the ath
letes will be In the city by that date
There will ba a parade speeches and
presentation of medals at the Cllj Hall I I
and a theari IJUJ at the New Yurk
I II
Theatre at night Tile parade will ba
formed at Maulson biiinre move down
Fifth avenue lo Fourth street to I
Broadway aid to the Citj HVI In the
line will be mlllur athletic and uvii
bodies
The Amerian athletes In automobiles
will be a fixture uf the parade Iresl
dent ItooRCMil Guy HtiiiKs William J
vHrjnn and other die iii shed men
have been invited to iihrt cipjte The i
aitalr Is under the auspices of tho city
r and Acting Muor Mauivvii will pre I
lent the me HI at the C tv Hill
r Three silver nips are to bo presented
one to John J Hayes the wlnier of the
I Marathon rate one to Carpenter of
Cornell who was unfilrh JijuuililVtl
r
a his American friends belive In the P
uetre race and one to Hobblns who
t lost scitiml I OIIOM In this role beta isa
he refused to accept the verdict dls
qmlfvliiR Carpenter
There will be a meeting of the Board
of Aldermen a week from Inlay to ar
range for the reception There will be
a public arnpal for monev as there Ito
Ito city fund from which tie expense
may be met Comptroller lel7 was
chosen treasurer of the fund and all
money Is to lie Pit in him
I
Welcome to Rifle Team
On Saturday Amerlci will welcome
home her victorious rifle team from
the Olympic ames
Itepresentatlves of the Kolonl Gov
ernment mlllnry and naval otllcer of i
the State and cltj and the National
Hlfle oclitlon together with a num I
ber of distinguished civilian will ex i
tend to th < > memVn of t tenm the
congratulations which they so thor
otighl deserve Tile Treasury Depart
ment has placed at the disposal of the I
Jleceptlon Comnilttes the revnne cut
I ter Mohawk and the victorious team
will be taken oft at Quarantine I
As oon as the bigsT can be I
cleared the tim with a number of
others will leave for amp Perry
Ohio to attend the annual rifle
matches
A large party vlll came from Wash
GINGHAM IS WAND I I
U LID STAYS OON
i
Deputy Commissioner Baker
Calls the Inspectors and Tells
Them Do Their Duly
nflllir Police Comml loner Paler
crossed the Brooklyn Hi Idee today m d
i climbed the throne at the I oil terry
street heii1iiaitpin after buckling on
I all of Gen UlnKhims armor
Summon the Inspectors he commanded
I
mantled
In an hour nineteen Inspectors
I marched into Mr inkers office
Vou all know that Comml lonw
I Illnsham has one on a months enra
Hiker Well 1 will
lion sail Dniiitv
I he In chare aril lie returns And I
I want ever man of ion to do roar
man who
handle Every
duty up to the hnn <
I falls to do his full duty will suffer ic
coullnM There Is to toe no laxity
I wilalsuever
marched out
The nineteen Inspectors
i again In deep SWNlcr camel
Deplt
It Is said that linker
and
anI
of poolronis
today that a number p
had begun tJ 110 business
taro Insouts
on1 that
dcpartell
a eraalstiplhadaeone ahrendthatthat
ge
lit
Hl1mlloIICrs ahIICP the
Int the liml
cou ng 1 < I be sllghll raised he I h Baker t11
sources the Inspectors ot tllat and he warned Ilall prlnn them
not to take a ohaiv
LEGLESS GIRL HIS BRIDE
CARRIED TO LICENSE CLERK
CINCINNATI AUB 4A pathetic I
eight was peon In the counts cleik I
ofllce In Newport Ky when a young
man carried In his arms a legless young
and applied
woman So the license counter
The pair
marriage license
plied for a
gave their names as John D B3PP of
Seattle Rash and Pearl Huppell of
inrlland hid
<
Tlilrwent In cab
lIiey went from Cincinnati a
the Ohio River and
to the city across
the cab
hteplptl from
VIKII the man Mepp
he
his arms
with the > ouns woman In
crowd In the clerk omce
attracted a crowl
he pipped her on the counter wllli the
icuifiont was being pr vued Alter
the couple went
securing the license I
mauled
Tnd were
to a parsonage
TnJ young woman legs were unipu
railroad acci
tittd us the result of a
dent
DEAD AT 106 YEARS
PEKGPNT Kv Aug 4Uncle Am
brose Walters one hundred and sit
years oil who emigrated to Kentucky
from Oswego N Yo seventlnve years
UN when this part of the hat was u
primeval forest died on the Leuher
Floyd border last night after a brief
Illness lie had amassed a fortune In
Kentucky coal lands Uncle Ambrose
had hundreds of relatives In New York
State
n
and
InKlti to attend the reception
many of them will proceed to Camp
Perry with the team Oen Fred U
Grant commanding the Department of
the East with his start will be On
board thc Mohawk with other repre
sentatives of th army and navy
The Olympic rifle train Is headed by
den lame A Drain one of the most
prominent figures In rifle pVactiu and
National Guard work president of
and
th S National Rifle Association
Chief of Ordnance of the Slate of
Washington The adjutant of the team
Is apt Frank K Kvnns United States
Marine Corps retired now secretary
to BPItor Briggs of New Jersey
K ° eh a rJprmwr Pri i Doo
torn ShoppfnR us EsfArajwa
F KOCH CO
il WeanesdaJ Morning Sales
From 8 A M Till 12 Noon
t The purchasing power of 1 dollar is remarkably emphasized in
I these stirring morning sales Every arliale featured at cost or less
r All seasonable dependable merchandise No mall phone or C O D
orders tilled Quantities restricted
200 Tub Skirls 980 SSe Laces 2Se adoz
New crimp lean 1lns cd vote and I18CII VAL JDGIOS AD IN
I natural IInon gored tiara model HII1WS leaf 1 to Ily Inches
1 buttln vluo front lojSltIC rt0 90c wide s Hue k per doz LSG
I 1udrd nnllr yds dllnin 1Inur
WOtltnsr15c Host 15c 50c SII Purses 19c
CAST IHAlj GAUZE LISI
Ot German sUler In French gray
luI un luIallle splllcri
lC
JC
heals and lace value ac Pair tlnllI Dainty and service
t 11I11I Floor able leg wpIln
pIln Floor
Fine 2Sc flUlllty TJfjea nice RrbbJn15c wrote In aI 75c Batts 35c
staple eolore also hl1ck and I 5 SlIInlmD SILT MELTS with gill
r white log t sud ° buckles also BLACK ELASTIC
Main Fitter IIEl7S with 14n metal back 35c I
p1CCe and buckle > Ili jc et t
ISe Huck or Bath Towe s 9c mnln 1luor1 i
Full bleached red borders good
9c
size reg lm < earn 10llet A r ftcles at Cost
Main Floor ABSORBENT COTTON lb pkgt9c
Womens 39 Lisle Hoe 22e AoDEHla lnln 5c luor1 size t6c
FAST IILACK IIRI1 lImm Rill I
mercerized ldgit Metre crew tee r
garter top with spliced heel 22c Women s 4 Low Shoes 159
and toes aljo Sus pair Colonials Pumps Christy or Sailor
I IMnln lloor flee and some Oxfords In tan or
black kid or clllt patent leather
I Womens 93 Dresses 159 and white canvas values 159
WOMENS WASil DmSRFS In UI to It
i Jumper and twople models ot Third liner
Uno percales and clmmbrars also
fine black lawn for mourn 159 98e Stamped Livens 4ge
nasals 11Iue
Ind wear
Third Floor A ample line ot Stamped Linen
I Scarts Square and Centre
49C
C
pieces value c
11 2 Wdlss 5ge to 98c
0 1ln 1lnM
WOMENS I JlH1 IFIPTSAn add i
I lot various styles Irtmntl Itll
SOc 33e
CDcmpe
I embrollerr or hlle 59c to Q8c Cmpers e I
value from II to too Champion Brand for boys and girls
gerund noor blue tan and gray chambray J3c I
4 sizes I to 6 rears Reg We J
65c Cnrsels 31c Tltlr1 Floor
e I115TF comn hid h bvst and
r and del hip or short hill an1 Boys 39c Bloomer Pants 1ge 1
medium mist trimmed with 39G 1lnen luck drill and chambray In
j lace vnlur he plllin colors and stripes size I
J l9C
Fwnml Iloor 3 to 10 oars lteg 3Jc
Third 11001
59c Balys Drecx 39c I
ot nnlnsnnk cocci 1r 1tnreJ igs 108 Books 2ge
t with tpks and embroiders 3Qc
nlw foe lIy popular anthers elcellent for
lron1 Floor vacation reading R big cholco 29c
for refection the lOS edition I
5fJr Handhfc 14 fns 961itf Serll1t1 liner I t
WOMENS rnn rtAR iNITiAlr CD
NANDEFnCituFF vth wrench BJys 50 Blouses 2ge
I meets Also MS PfIlN RiIiTI Fast color mat1ItR tllll Inlmrrrl
ANT OIomn ItOllnFn 261L C lllh collar or nekMnt1 19C
Value SOc per hair Ioz 1Z Mlzrs S to 11 sears lltiof jc C
Idln ilnnrl Thlr Tlnor
IN 125th St West Between Lenox
f I Seventh Aves
1 I
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ASKS 500 TO SAVE
HIM FROM SUICIDE
e
I
Chicago Man Sees Death
l Ahead if He Cannot Repay
i Employers Money He Lost
I
Cmivrn AUK 4Flle hundred 11
I Inii Is all hat h acpde1 In ne tin
1 life of a df palilnsr nnn the father of
eight children Unless that snni to
forthcoming and he promises to repay It
at the rate of dm A week he threatens
In ale his life Seemingly he Is In
deadly earnest
The money is needed to repay his em
pJj ers a sum that he says he Inn fur
months ago He has not told thorn ft
the loss and has reached the corciulol
that a suicide file Is tho only thin
that rennlns to him
The money that he lost amounted to
leas than Jjm but ho borrowed fund
at high rates to keep the matter quiet
mid It now amounts to JVX The Iden
i tity of the man Is not disclosed for oh
virus reasons but It hcrmpe known
through nn advertisement that he In
serted in a morning hen pincr as fo
lows
1 rilON lrr Father of itBht nllllrcn 11 he
I not obUed tn kill hmsplf needs JSOn
clvlnr il IK a n o kK i
i Vn Investlitlon Ipvolojiwl that the
children are ill YIJlInI rx rpt a fifteen
yearold iff y win iiilil hl < salary of II
r wuk to the support of tho fiiml v
Pho Rife Isinrinl of the manse of item
liushandi INIIII know n that Ito N
In duprrito ncc ol mono gars AU
to work bv h das
SLOAN Si ruE TURNEO 1
oiinilrr It II I A U nn Inri
HolioUiii Inilinil of < tt rr i
1 Lrpxe ettine nr I h c life SaIJIII
MM under nnd rIl11el prrbe
iif I ic lIwnre ln l < iw ma and Wet 1
frn Hallrmd was reeI In day In th o I
HIM of the liiiknnaiina ferry In Ilo
nKcn
The statue Ives fns sixteen y ars ago
n Urn InMinri if JM n II SMIIII bill
I
Mi Slum fir1nl > II i In ffl up lu
ili llfuini Tmn was oil puio with
I i Ipople of II iliohi i aver lin dn
film Il weir i i In IM II mid fin
Mi StalllI lin pi on 5ed I bat it i
oinulil lUll its hal t II liiidl The
illins protested hj p dl and 1
day the slime was pi i > 1 i iiilrn
lo their wines ftecg llJlinKi
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raystajr
Health
Never Falls to Restore
Gray Hair to Us Natural
Color and Beauty
No matter how long it has been gray
01 faded Promotes a luxuriant growth
of healthy hair Stops its falling out
and positively removes Dan
drull Keeps hair soft and glossy Re
fuse all substitutes 2H times as much
in and 50 = size Is Not a Dye
Sl and 50c bottles at drugfjlsls
Send ac for tree buck The Care or the Hair
Phil Has Spec Co Newark N I
Hays Murllnn Soap cum Pimples
red rough and chapped handy and all kln
Dtiuifi Keeps ikln fine end soft Mo
irtrtreli cr nn for tree buolt Tht
Care of the Skin
a
Southwest Corner 6th Ave 18ih St
Womens Tan and
Black Oxfords
5000 Pairs Formerly Sold at
5150 and 200 A
I Made with solid leather extension soles In t
tan or black kidskin with medium heels
I Black Oxfords hae patent tips All fz
I
sizes from 2i
to 8 In E and C 59c
fiR widths 59 a pair Tan
at a pair or Black
Clearing Sale oi 15000 Pairs I
I Oxford Ties Pumps
and Gibson Ties
Formerly Sold at 250 300 now
Tan Calfskin Patent 00
Coltskin and 5100
Black
s Kidskin IiL r
a poly
1 n
k iiI
t3
1 t 1
Hnnd Vclted Soles Sizes 2i 108
Clearing vale oi 5000 Pairs
Childrens Ankle lies
y
Childrens Oxfords
Y Y
ii Childrens
25c
Shoes
f
Wlnte Camas Patent
i Colt Dark Tin Sizes
up to 8
25c
a
a pair
a pair
Clearing Sale of 1200 Pairs
Misses
kV
Sailor Ties
Formerly Sold far Si50
Made of ected
golden brown kid C i
skin with 2 eyelets 7 9 7
as I 01111 In lllustr1 8 pelt
tlon Sizes S > i to 2 tr
Clearing Sale of 2000 Prs
p Mens
Oxford Ties
Formerly Sold for 2 and 2SO
Tan Calfskin and Patent Coltikin
c with English wilted oles
1 sizfs 6 to u
Boys Shoes < 00 II
Sizes 9 to 13 r < h e Si
calfsun uppers 1 Y Q1o
solid soles i 100
1
valuesat
jipifr 69 c Fault Q OPPWHIIU 6lk in A 1311 SI
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ALL CARS I In iniJ 2d Poor X GTO
TRANSFER Jn ToAVE
lifUItluUultr
TO 59To60W5T
I Easiest Store lot Lrookin If Peope io Reach
II I Our Greatest August Furniture Sale
l i
Opened ycstitdny morning under the first hvonbh conditions An immnsc assortment of lilh grade substantial I
artistic Furniture pried lower by far than ever before in the history of the trade and lower than equal grade will probably
ever again be offered A most interesting leature oi the Sale arc the
I 1500 Exhibition Samples of Furniture Ll 66c on the 1 I
Among them arc Parlor Chairs and Rcckcrs Sideboards China and Crystal Closets Parlor and Library Tables Library
Chairs Morris Chairs Brass and Ename led Beds etc by the score I
Goods will be held for future delivery il requested and providing a partial payment is deposited
No C 0 D or mail orders will be filled for items marked with an X POI oiher goods mail orders will be filled providing I I
purchase price accompanies the order 1
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x Lhiflomers J350 x Chiftcnitrs tdyti Dining Tables 798 x Dressers 598 I f
Solid oak large size good constitution Solid cak good make large size I Solid oak 42in round tops pil Solid oak reliable make deep
I stitution carved lop 5 deep draw nicely finished hat Ux20 trench drawers cast brass trimmings fitted j
ism base with carved
en cast brass trimmings regularly bevel mirror 5 deep drawers with legs regularly with 14x4 oval French bevel mfr I
I 600 cast brass trimmings regularly SB 50 I 120 roe regularly 60
1 I
This 36 Sideboard ropy ra This 1200 Morris F
I < + fry I t5 w rrt t t
1
I 2400 y c J t k k 1 > I J J e I 1 l Chair 80
F 7 r f
QR1471ST IJ
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3600 udt i
This 5000 Parlor Suit 3600 1
I wr
This 5Piece Suit highly finished mahoganlzed frames with heavily carved tops a
all have upholstered backs arms on every piece full spring edge seats choice of L
damask tapcsry or verona coveting I
I Made of polished quartered golden oak Heavy golden oak or mahogany finished 1
I has 48 in bear with serpentine shape frames highly polished highclass con
linen and 3 top drawers with roomy closet struction backs adjust to four positions
below Stands about 7 It high is prettily cushions are all hair filled covered in x850 I I t
carved has 1B36 French bevel mirror handsome velours and are reversible
Parlor Suits 199U Rokers 275 Arm Chairs 375 I Parlor Suit1250 r
Five pieces mahoganlzej frames Of quartered golden oak saddle Heavy and substantial covered in I Three pretty pieces polished
sprmz seals green verona covering seat high back with handsome panne push Regularly 798 I frames spring scat verona covering
Regularly 3u 00 carved top Regularly 430 Regularly 2000
This30
2500 This 30 Reception Suit 1998
r Dresser Buffet
L 1498 1998
II Of highly polished
jln highly polished I 1i UI quartered golden n I
quartered golden rl
4 oak Has lull ser t1 II I
oak tuna or dark pentine front base s i
genuine mahogany very roomy is I w c I
r or birdseye maple Thr c handsome pieces round backs highly prettily carved and
Shape front base Is fitted with a 12x =
polished mnhoganized frames loose cushions on
and fancy 16x20 36 French bevel
mirror seats covered in green silk plush mirror
I I Parlor Tables 450 x Dining Chairs 125 Mahoganized Dressers 850 Hair Mattresses 598
Of polished quartered golden oalc Solid oak banister backs box Well made dressers mahogany All soft hair our own make abso I
with handsomey carved rim Regu frame seats upholstered in Boston finish 4 drawers 18x24 bevel mirror lutely reliable Regularly 900
larly 800 imt leather Regularly 200 Regularly 1250 i
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I A llCatSTramfef I Words and Music Complete
T i dale I SONG HIT OF
1 LEXINGTON To JD AYE I
69TH TO 60TH ST s
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rte i
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y r i ll t
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Great Factory Sale of f 4 r tt t I
288 HighGrade C 1 l
Walters Pianos
We have arranged with the hE6
Walters Piano Company makers
of highgrade pianos to offer Ui d j g s mA
til sold their entire surplus stock f
consisting of 2E8 new highgrade I
most popular styles of Walters f 1
Pianos ranging In their price list I a a
from 350 to 550 at r
m13228 i 1
5Downl Per Week I r I
Nothing like this tver offe ed I COHAN AND HARRIS j
We call special attention to s i
this remarkable sale to schools +
professors cluhp In tact musk every Institutions conservatories one who wants societies un the I I Minstrel Show Now 1 oj
I highest grade piano i
Exchlm 11o will exchango k i
ExehenRe
a Ipni new requi Walters Eo e i Jour reure < entatle oU piano will csl Cor = v at New York Theatre 1 1
IMano norcroonii JJ Floor
Ux Bloomingdale Jo3d Ave SOth to Bio 0th St 1 Song uy G2o J tL Cohan I
WITH S da 9 PLD
THE TheHS lEXT un ay S WyUfi
The oney boy EHL
FINAL u r
EDITION I
THE OF EVENING WORLD THE SUNDAY WORLDS
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CONTAINS
COMPLETE WANT q9 DIRECTORY f
BASEBALL 1
SCORES I I 1
I AND makes more offers of positions than j tl
RACING CHARTS J I any other two mediums in the universe W1
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