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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, September 15, 1908, Final Results Edition, Image 11

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THE EVENING WORLD TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1008 11
I DIED ON TRAIN
WITH A lAUGH
UP ON HIS LIPS
I
Charles C Tyler Stricken
While Joking About His
Seventyfive Years
Charles C Tyler who though say
ntyftv6y irs old was engaged In ac
tive business as the manager of a nun
ufacturlng concern on Broadway died
suddenly of apoplexy while he wu
chatting with a friend on a train bound
from Mount Vernon at 9 oclock to
day
trr Tyler and Henry Atxp tr a
lawyer whoa olllce tj at No 13 Xis
sou street wore dUouxlnx jury duty
and at what aco a man was ezamft
when Mr Tyler roll dead
The train had Just passed the On
Hundred and Twentyfifth street iU
tlon said ilr Appel and Mr Tyler
Uutblngly Bald in reference to a out
Je were dUcuulng that he iuppoi 214
be was old euaugti to bt lmmWlt from
jury aervlce I
How old we your I uked w J
I am sovontyflve he rapped
The words had hardly left hts lie
when he gasped 1 turned and Bang bt
Urn as he swayed forward I
Dr Leo Schultz was on the train and
hastened to Mr I
Tyers aide He nua
too Ute to be of any aid however and
i Bald that Mr Tyler mUll have died In I
ttantly of apoplexy to which he wo
I abject
Mr Tyler lived on Primrose street
Mount Vernon and was manager of tha
yock ort Cotton Batting Company at
aa
No S53 Broadway Until four months
ago he was In the cotton brokerage bus
loess with otllceu ut No 47 Leonard
street He was a widower and had one
I daughter living In Mount Vernon
From the Emergency Hospital at the
Grand Central Station the body wa i i
taken to the East Klftyflrat street sta
tion to await the arrival of his rela
tives
Mr Tylers son tn law and daughter
Dr and Mrs L W Hubbard live at No
ate Lenox avenue They were notified
of Mr Tyler death
deAtho
WANT RECEIVER
TO SAVE SECOND
AVENUE ROADi
Judge Lacombe Asked to
Name G W Linch by
i Holders of Mortgage
Tho Guaranty Trust Company which
has a foreclosure suit pending against
the Second Avenue llallroad Company j
because of default In Interest on a 1
mortgage dated Jan 20 ISM today
asked Judge Lacombe to appoint George
W Linch Kuneinl manager of the
Belt Line as u separata and Inde
pendent receiver for the road now In
the hands of Messrs Jollne and Hob
neon as receivers of the Metropolitan
Street Hallway lompany
It was Intimated to Judge Lacomb
that the present receivers are not die
paid to continue the operation of the
Second avenue line and are mlngllnr
Its rents Icaues and profits Into a
larger fund which Is being used for
the betterment and operation of other
lines composing the surface railroad
system
The Guaranty Trust Company aistrt
ed that the appointment or a separate
receiver Is necessary to preserve the
roads Interests under the mortgagi
Metropolitan Street Railway Com
pany appeared In opposition Tf
a t judge Lacombe merved decision
ARBITRATORS 1
ON THE SUBWAY
S lAIMS MH
Contractors Want 6500000
City Asks Rebates That
May Reach 4000000
There was at a session M dajr of the
board of arbitrators appointed to pass
upon the claims for sh and a quarter
I millions of dollars by the Rapid Tran
sit Subway Oonatnictlon Company aV
bpd to be due tor extra work under
Contract No 1 for the ortejlnal iubwj
from the Qty Hall north This con
mat was ortrlnaUy let to John B Mc
Donald
Its WM th4 first session held sine
early In July
An adjournment wu taken today for
ont week because of toe absence of
axJtuUce lt nan J OBrlan the ar
bitrator for the company
The only thine done today was to
put In the formal record certain docu
ment relating to counter claim mad
by the city
These are claim for alleged failure
on part of the contracting company to
lire up to the conditions of the con
tract and they will amount to between
12000000 and koooOOO They were not
I pressed originally for the city but when
the company Insisted on a strict con
struction In the matters favoring Itself
then the Public Service Conmlsilon
took the same course as regards alleged
defects In the work or at least failure
to fulfill the specifications
DIED ON A STEAMER
Whon Capt William Bretoan of the
steamer N B Morse tied up at the toot
of West Fortyfourth stroet stepped on
aslboard today he found the body of
Frank Heney who had last night
asked to sieem on board Tha man bad I
died from heart failure
Coward
Shoe I
I
School time Shoes
I
The COWARD SHOE for chil j
dren is a sensible and satisfactory
foot covering for school days
baring special features of daily
benefit to growing feet Tho last I I
conforms to naturalfoot shape
with a construction that holds the i
arch in place and supports the I
ankle
SOLD NOWHERB ELSE
JAMES S COWARD
368274 Greenwich St N Ye
Xiii Wissix STRUT
Mall Order Pilled Send for Catalogue
Lord Taylor
Some Special Values
in
fine Toilet Soaps
Arcadia Line Savonderma
odors Violet Heliotrope Lilac A small lot of this delightful
Saiuhilwood soap
Per Box of3 Hound Cake Per Box ofa Cake
joc value I
190 value 35c 250
Per Dozen Boxes 195
Carracalla Bath
I Pierres Bouquet Soap A large size cnke of Good Soap
Lilac only Per Box of 3 Cakes Per Box of 4 Cakes
55 igc value 350 17 cts
Per Dozen Boxes 210 Per Dozen Boxes 185
I Excellent Soaps Cheap in Price Only
Vlolettii Oatmeal
Cold Cream and Glycerine Cucumber and Glycerine
Witch Hazel Heather Honey
Per Box of 8 Cakes pcr Box of
3 Cakes
xoc value 25C ioc value 250
Soaps of Special Merit at Regular Prices
Vitz Colas Ponds Extract Soap
Fine French Soaps
with the natural Flower Odors Especially recommended for
Bouquet Violates Bouquet de LHa9 the most delicate skin
Bouquet de Heliotrope
It has that soothing healing effect
Large Round Cake
25C
Small 4 150 250 per cake
IvorTone
TradeMark
I To those who cannot call at the Department we shall be
pleased to send illustrations of this beautiful material
Broadway aoth St 5th Ave iQth St
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READING DADS I I
STOCKS IN RISE
But Profit Taking Halts Ad
vance and Robs Market of
Some Early Gains
A strong demand for Reading gen
eral supporting orders and covering of
shorts lifted tocks froma losing level
early today and gain become the rule
Reading advanced Apotnti touching
137 M Profit taking however later
clipped a good fraction from the profits
and speculation became quiet Great
Northern preferred Wisconsin Central
preferred Central of New Jersey and
Dlatlllert Securities declined St Louis i
= = =
and San Franolioo lecond preferred I
gained 1 1i
The total sales of stocks were 824600
shares and of bond 12809000
The Clueing rlrto
TodaYt hUheit 10WUI and last prictei o I
tock ana oi net changes as comparM ullh
yeterday anal flcurts are ace toUo
fat
Hlfh Low Last Ch6e
Amtilcam CChem Ot4i 1Y 1 741 Chre 1
Am Air Chem O t 2S lg
Am Car A Koun SIJ ao 8g y
Am Ko coU Z7 27l 27 n
Alii l acomodve 40 43 46
Am Locorao pf 104 IOJ 104 + 1
Am Smelt It 1r16 O 1j3 2
Am 8 aln pf loa 1m1 l +
Am Sunr 181 181 181
Am T i T Co 12o4 12s4i 12S
Am Tob Co pt IH oil 4c4 i
AcaconJ Mia 40 40 1
Bn tf 2
A Top r 6 V =
Ba i Ohio r C31 16 e
iklm Rap T oJIi Ota el 1tA
klra Un 04 j 148 43
traij
aaaian Pc l12 y 11241 I
lh Ohio s 42 42
H ft 11 P 141 13a 1 last I
ttty L 4 NW 1d R 161 1
GU 0 NW1IL 16J
Jol V ft I Z 1 i
Col Southern 88 0114 s Std +
W 6ea 162 7 hn 1m I
D G aVrMf t4 M4 + 8e
ft V e ir1 1 IPl IJ I
1
0r le 8 l 104 + 21 I
Brie J 04 t 2t1 211 14 I
Brie Etkpl 44ti 111 63 I
lOan ElM mU 113 W I
Ortat Nor pf 17K 134 184y 24
Inter MM 11 110 111 t I
III Central U 113 1433 1
Inters Iumn 1t 23 21 1i1
K C Southern 2O 17 2H a
JxTJIl i SUIl IV het lei 24
Mexican CVnlMl I t34 I t4 ti
CXWntnK Ig IJ
M S6 I ft 85 M 744 12214 1228
Mn K k Tex8 314 tlai ltt
Mo Pacific r M H 1 II
Nat lx l 811 MI IK
S J Central 2 4 20 l + II
t 14 1l
Nor 4 Wot ii H4 7144 1
V Y Airbrake i6 76 16 7
N Y Central 1l1l1 4 1O4 1031 K
Nor Pacific 13h 1jO UP 4 I k
Ont A Ueit 3 l t 4l 4 1 M1
g
Pacific CoA t 70 7 = p
Tenniylvanla 121 12314 1 14
frejaod HIM 81 38l4 4
Preaitj Steel pf 113 y 441y Q8 1
Ry SIMI Spr 1t5 M e I
Steel 12 14 t22 122s 1
Peen Steel 1 r14 224
Rep Steel pf 81 81 81
Rook LoIn 19 14 181 11
Rock Ian PI M4 U 2
8laea Sheffield e4 em 34 14
South Pee 110 108 109 I
South Ilr 2214 81 214 1
South ay of OZ e2 r
Third Ava H 14 42 21
Un Peav 16111 IM1 4 A14K
U S Rv Ina Co Z 4 23 21
U 6 Steel 41 4d4 41w 11
U S Steel pf 1104 10034 1021 1
Utah Confer + 34 It 41 M
1Ire Oro Chera 31 ZO 4 29 It
WaliOJh 1211 12ti IZ14 I
WaJh pt 914j 2r It I
Vwt K AM T4ri 71 n 1i I
Wwt Union Tel 112 ar3i in 1
Wli Central 2 t4 23 2614 a I
4iXdvrice Decline
DONT WASTE MONEY
ON FAT DOCTORS
I
I Anybody Can Reduce Fat at Home
11 you art fat Mid wish to reduce quickly
dont fa lu a clfMyleil nt > eilt > Doctor
Le your nun tiwlallsi Appropriate to out
lo use the almple Instruction given hers
and you will be aj capable a fat roluclnx
exirt 11 there Ij In the land The quallfl
ration are tew and the exptiuo trlflmx
Secure from your druarlit one unbroken
ounce packtxe of Mannoia onehalf ounce
Fluid Extract Cuecjira Aromttlo and three
and one half ouicoi lit Peppnrmlnt Water all
I of which Are both cheap and plentiful In any
drug tore Take them homo and mix thorn
i luaiLJinr by shaking well In a Urn bottle
ou are nyw reedy to become a lucceaaful i
i fat r ducln < tTallrt without further train I
Inc or iirfliriillnn Hninlv take a teaspoon I
ful of this plixuant mixture after each m rat
I and at bedtime and you will make more
piriH takliiz off your eicio fleet In
thirty could than all the eiperte In the
land could Lccninpllih In half u year Thli
m thnil of fttilnt rt1 Df flesh la moreover
not only jiarc nnd VhJI arneah etronpy
to the average fat per > n man or woman
for It get reeulli wllliout Interfering wlrh
lone diet < rr lacy hlbltJoll doe the work
I World eccneiea Wants Work Wonders II
R H Mac Be Coe Attractions Are Their Low Prices
Please Ute Blue
In progress a sale of Tow
Transfer Cards I
I when you make purchases In more els the greatest stock we ever
thin TWO departments and expect to
I take them with you Use RED CARDS I assembled and at record low I I
I when good are to be deliverid Y2eyrtwestallr ietllsjltiW prices
noB aoujui i X M TO 1 P YOn I
I
On Display Complete Fall and Winter Stocks 5000000 Worth I
of New MerchandiseAt Prices No Other House Attempts to Meet i
We invite an inspection and welcome comparison
CY9 lY1
Display of Dress Trimmings 1 08 Books i
Costumes at 98c
To Garnitures of This Sort This Seasons Costumes C
Will Owe Their Success Undisputed Evidence of Macy Underselling
Yale liner
JE gown of the seasonthe gown of long plain 11noH Supremacy
lTJ going to depend for success largely on the beauty of its Main Floor Rear
1 garnitures and the trimming novelties that are now put Strangers to Macys strictly cash system often inquire how the
Iffiaal forth are exquisite In texture in coloring and In design Net Macy store gained a more than national reputation for selling goods
and tinsel are the predominating featuresbut the differences in ar cheaper than any other store
rangement the delicate combinations of color and the variations of Our fight with the Book Trust answers the query Selling
design are almost unlimited Here are some of these most desirable for cash only on a lender margin of profit we are In a position to
novelties undersell other stores To sell as cheaply as we choose we claim is
VEST COLLAR AND CUFF SETS GALLOONS In a great variety of our right
of satin cloth and silk In the designs and colorings light and The Book Trust
otherwise
thought denied
newest shades embroidered with dark 1 to 6 Incheswide a yard that we had such a
illk and metal threads with nisei 24C to 1024 right and it required a 7year battle in the courts to overcome the
D
effects 1448 to 3448 Book Trust contention So as
today always
TASSaS can buy the
AND DROPS In buds you
COLLAR AND CUFF SETS of beads and bugles or silk hads Book Trust product late copyrighted fictionhere for 98c a copy
white or black silk embroidered 4c to 297 against the 5108 or more asked in all other stores
with silk gold or silver uid1 beads
silver to 1374 BLACK SILK FRINGES with net The fniits of victory of that 7year leeal battle for a principle
SLEEVELESS EMPIRE JACKETS top In straight pointed and fes though they might be universal be shared
of tooned effect 4tt to H Inches may only at Macys
bead and tinsel
embroidery If
net 1748 and 1704 on wide a yard 148 to 744 you would be convinced try to match any book on this list in any
other store at the Macy price98c
FANCY COLLARS FOR COATS SPANGLED FBSTTOON ORNA
of embroidery very bevy silk MENTS In black shingles and let The Firing Line Chambers The Circular Staircase Rlnthirt
finished with tassel ends t some or white and silver each I Mr Crewes Career Churchill The Warrens of Vlrginl
trimmed with small buttons 88c to 303 The Mystery of the Yellow Room Anne of Green Gables Montgomery
548 h48 Leroux
T to 4 8 BLACK The Princess DehraScott
NET
BANDS
heavily era The Sword of DundeePeck Peter
terSmlth
BOLERO JACKETS with short broldered in black silk to
a large By Law of
Might
0 MightRIdgely
flare sleeve of China silk In assortment of patterns J to 7 Rldgely Peggy at Spinster FarmWlnslow
Hilary on Her OwnGrur
black or white embroidered with Inches wick t yud48c to 444 The Big Fellow Bracker Grumly The Man Without a HeadDe Silx
silk and gold or silver1748 The Bishops Emerald
BLACK NET The EmertldTownley
BANDS 1VavfarersCu
spangled WayfarersCuting The
SILK DROP FRINGES Inlll and Thou Blue Lagoon Stackpool
Jetted 2 to 6 Inchej wide a foolJ J Bell
By
Right
of
shades i yard 48c to 73c yard 79c to 433 An Olympic Victor Connolly Aunt Maudoldmeadow Purchase Blndlojs
xr4 Halfway HouseHewlett
Diana of Dobsons
DobsonsHamllton
Madeira Another She Booh merely strte as a peg on which to
From
rom a elra no er Shipment of story Though the satiny on books only hng the genera
a mailer of 10
HandEmbroidered Chemises aher lines Ii IJ VERY MUCH GREATER On hfgfzcl1S
Import mtlchandlst
Seoond Door for example oar PrIces Are often bat
ONE
To those who know what superbly hand worked garments Ma ONEHALF Vhat others afk
deira sends us mere announcement of the arrival of a shipment is 5
all that is necessary The demand always exceeds the supply and
If
the limit of production is always in sight IriG I Autumn Stocks
o I
These newcomers are made of fine nainsook and the needlework lk rOV I1 Full Rounded
is if anything prettier than ever Prices are exceptionally mod oC M j H 5y j KiM SKSK
erate Main Floor
198 229 249 259 297 396 The big volume of business the Macy Glove Store transacts is
earned just as much by excellence of the Gloves as by Macy under
The latest Turkish Novelties Ingelis at of gold and pricing Gloves of equal quality can be matched in other good shops
silver braids with handsome slides and but the
sVer hackles of silver matching invariably calls for more money than similar Hand
wrought in Oriental deslnns 396 to 1489 Main Flax wear sells for here Prominent in Ole new auhlmn lines
Women Beryl Lambikln Glace
Meni Genuine Mocha
ClOTh
Gloves Imported In tan brown
slate black one clasp half pique lewn In Un
and
Womens Skirts Display and Sale seams and Paris point white backs with oversewn pair 04i gray or black 130
Meni Lamb skin
Women1 Glace Glom
Second Floor Alwyn Kidskin Glace ov
The display embraces what we are pleased to term complete assortments Glove full pique sewn two clasp full pique sewn round corners ovone
disrlay parolvso Ut piq and round > clasp Paris
olnt
sortments of the newest model Skirts fashioned of such fabrics as Paris In tan point slate backs brown and round cprneri black or what backs In tan 130 slate
voiles broadcloths taffeta silks Panamas fancy mixtures and imported red beaver black navy purple
ver while
or cham Men Prixieam
ported and domestic chiffons both regulation and extra sizes at pagne 160 Glove spear back Cape one clasp Walking In
prices ranging from 496 to 2874 Boys Lambskin Glace Glover latest shades of tan LSD
For Special Selling Imported full pique sewn one clasp Ment Engliih Handievrn Cape
19 71 DIrectoire Model Skirts made Imported Chiffon Panama In Paris point backs 07c Gloves spear or plain back tans In
Pi black only legintly tailored and beautifully trimmed with satin Boy Genuine Mocha Gloves I both regular and cadet sizes black
bands and buttons one clasp In tan or gray 97c and white in regular sizes only 139 I
9 89 New Model Skirts made of allwool fancy cheviot In black and lY S
yO white effect also light and dark green Hghtftttlng habit bad I
Dlrectolre effect effectively trimmed at side and around bottom with satin Womens New Model Suits
bands and buttons mate to sell for M250 s 2 d n
Pi3y Unlined Skirts of good quality voile In black onlyi pleated model 1974 Strictly Tailored Autumn Model Suits made of all wool I
tjJ effectively trimmed with bands and straps of taffeta silk cheviots
and worsteds new gore flare skirt regulation
pC sizes and sizes for small women and misses made to sell for 2500 i
300 Sample P D Corsets
Factory Samples all perfect quality made of white coirHl odd Schoolgirls Suits M 11 II
sizes20 to 28 Inchof grades usually retailed at prices ranging 994 New Model School Suits fashioned of novelty mix
from 300 to 000 tures coats fin hcd wijh notched cpllars tailored I
On sale now 198 249 297 to 594 sleeves and lined with satin skirts pleated sizes 10 to 16 years
B c < md Floor 8 th St side 1174 Double Breasted Suits of cheviot in black green blue
and red coats with notched velvet collars button trimmed I
sleeves three pockets and lined with satin skirts pleated and gored I
Silk Petticoats Extraordinary M h fni
At 79Two special lotsa hundred garments In each School Dresses tlJ n
At 0 i u
i0tproviding some of the biggest Silk Petticoat
prizes you have known this season 239 Glrls New Model Wash Dresses of check and plaid ging
TheseThe garments in both lots are made of good quality taffeta silk ham in blue red and green onepiece style blouse fin
These in black staple colors and evening shades are made with deep fished with piping of selfmaterial and box pleats pleated skirts
sectional flounces and finished with percaline dust ruffles These in sizes 6 to 14 years I
black only have sectional flounces tucked and finished with English YWJrCS I
embroidered ruffle and silk dust ruffle
New VeiIingsFrom Paris
Three Groups of Womens Waists Mlln Floor
lOUPS omen s Our Paris branch sends us weekly shipments of staple and
198 Lingerie Blouses with new style long sleeves prettily finished novelty Veils and Veilings Of the novelties just received this sea
ished with embroidery and lace insertions attached lace son no collection has been more interesting than this justreceived i
collars sleeves trimmed lot of Magpie Veilings
297 Lingerie Blouses of mercerized batiste backs fronts and Samples quantity is limited but the great variety more
sleeves inserted with colored embroidered lace than makes up for it Many distinctly new designs are included at
prices ranging from 21 to 69c
c a yard
297 Womens Tailored Shirts made of wash flannel pleated
fronts Special Chiffon Cloth Veililn black white anti the most wantM cnl
1 laundered collars long sleeves with soft cuffs ors 2 yards long 1 yard wide made to sell for t20 this sale 89c
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slnnr rrrnnnt value WMIK at 1O > 7O 198
3330 >
ah A Home of Four i o00
Rooms Coin lets 125 tiyE PAY
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These rooms ore on exhibition at our Showrooms 14
ROOMS 5 00 5 ROOMS 150 00 44
N Furnliliw Furnl htd
Complete at Cnundrtr 1
Write fur our Our liberal t
j NEW BOOK PER WEEK credit terms
< LETT containing J
A information re OPENS AN apply also to
gardlng our Long Island l
cM outfits Mailed ACCOUNT New Jersey or i 4 l
e p free Connecticut
AT84 STa3RDAVE J t
Lord Taylor I > t
Announce A Display of
fall arid Winter
Millinery t
Wednesday and Thursday
Sept 16th and ith j
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Broadway aoth St 5th Ave ipth St
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R H My ft Cos Attractions Are Their Low Price
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Bway at 6th Ay > jf Mb to 35U St
8TORB HOURS a A II TO e P M
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The Depositors 1I
Account System Is
A Real Innovation In
Retail Merchandising 7
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Retail store systems with the exception of Macys are pretty >
nearly alike the country over They are all patterned so faithfully
after the one model that one wonders why any store having such
a system should claim to have any advantages over the others In
the matter of gathering and distributing goods
The Macy system is the different system It is std ly
cj55and that means the collection and distribution of goods along
the line of least resistance bu lng and selling most economically
The only real innovation in retail merchandising in recent I
years Is Macys j
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Depositors Account Plan 1
It Helps You to Save Money and Lay the
Foundation of Absolute Independence j
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Such a plan gives you every convenience of any charge ac
count in a credit store every economy of Macys strictly cash sys 1 I
tem and in addition the money you have on deposit earns in
terest at the rate of 4 compounded every three months I
Deposit any sum you care to make your purchases in the
usual way and have them charged in the unusual wayto the
money you have on deposit j
Statements of such accounts are mailed monthly
While such accounts can lot be checked against as we II no
banking business any part olll of them may be withdrawn at I
any lime
Only deposits intended for purchasing purposes are invited j
Ve Invite ours fir the fall and winter shnppinir campaign t
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Into The Worlds Want Column
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