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WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JJJUfH Jl If IT.'
TREAT FOR PEOPLE : HONOR AMERICAN
FLEET AT KIEL
Week of Great Composers at j Almost !hc Entire Navy With
Garden Will Provide Funds Great Gathering of Naval
for Classic Conceits. Men Join in Welcome.
MUCH INTEREST ROUSED
School Children and Wage
Earners Happy Over Russian
OuKloor prformsnea of the i i le
and mulal programmes on thr recre
ation ground of 'he public chooli li
tha promised treat to follow the eight
flays' musleal fetlval to beuln In Madl
an flquare Garden June M The festl
val will be given by the nusln Sym
phony Orchestra an 1 note,! opera and
concert alngera who Will be the aolo
llta. The proceed will be hnndled by a
committee of prominent orni!l of the
public achoole and prominent New York
men and women Interested In the pro
motion of mualc for the people at pop
ular price Thla commltteo will meet
at the oftlrea of Julius Hopp at No.
Hit Broadway Thursday nfiernoon at
l.3 o'clock. Plana In connection with
further Interesting the niae of
Ntw York and It environ In thl pop
ular priced carnival will hf dlacuaaed
The committee go far elected Include
Park Conimlloner Stover, who may
ba made chairman; Mr J. Horden
Harrlman, Genrg J. Smith of the Board
of Education, I'r Andrew W. Kdaon of
the Board of Education, Dr. Kdward
Stltt, Superintendent of Recrenlion
Centre of the Board nt NhiUM!
Jam J. Hheppanl, Principal of
tha High School of Commerce.
Ml lle Sommerfli'ld of the
Clara da Htrch Home for Working
CMrla; Dr. Knowllon. University Settle
ment; Maxwell L. Heller of Public
School No. C!, Arno R. Schorer, Parka
nd Playground Aasoclatlon of New
York; Police Commlaaloner Rhlnelander
Waldo. Mlaa Anna Hubecher. Herman
Kree People'a Stage; Samuel I'nter-
meyer. If auric Meyer, Charles Fr
man, Frederic Jefferson, Mode! Alt
aebuler of the Ruaalan Symphony Or
chaetra and Robbing Qllnan of the I'nl
varslty Battlement, who haa been named
aa temporary treasurer.
Other prominent mualc lovara of New
Tork, who are interested In providing
mualc of the maafera to the achool chil
dren and thoae of the wage camera
whoie Incomea prevented them from
enjoying the operaa and other hlfh
ctaa COna acta, a 111 be named at the
Marked Interest I: manlfeated by the
pupil of the high school of Greater
New York In the coming featlval of
mualc. Clrculara have been sent to the
ecboola of New York Informing thoa
interested In spreading the mualcal
education of young New Yorker of
the programme and the urtlsts who will
appear. Each evening's concert will ha
devoted to the mualc of a different
nation, ao that those who have a fond
naaa for the famous compoaers may
choose the night or aa many evening
aa they aelect. Wagnerian music will
be rendered the opening Sunday, June
KIEL. Germany. June gl The Ameri
can warshtpa. second division of the
Atlantic fleet, arrived hare early to-day
and are now moored In tha Inner harbor
before the town, surrounded by tha
array of rattleshlpa and yachta gath
ered for the Emperor great annual
Practically the entire .lerman navy,
Including a full dlvlalon of tha new
1 trea.lnoupht. are assembled, the only
absentees heltig the crulaer Von der
Tann, Which l at Splthead for tha coro
nation, and the obolete reaerve dlvlalon
at Wtlhelrnshaven. Admiral von Tlr
plta, Admiral of the Fleet, Mlnlter and
creator of the new German navy, heads
an Imposing list of admlriil commandera.
The Americana were mat at eea by a
deepatch boat carrying L1eut.-c.om-mander
K. A. Tram. American Naval
Attache at Berlin; Haul H. i. Hartorl,
American Conaular Agent at Kiel, and
German offlcera who had been aaalgned
to pilot the visitor to their anchorage.
The arrival of the battles'. Ipa Ml
tuned M that they would paa the outer
fortlflcatlona of Krledrlchaort at
o'clock In the morning, when the na
tional salut la fired by the fortress
ati.i answered from shore.
Aa the American battleahlpa. led by
the Louisiana, ttagahlp of Rear-Admiral
Badger, slowly steamed through the
narrowing ford and paased long llnea
of German ship they turned to their
aaslgned placea between the flagships
Deutachland and Kalaer Wllhelm II.
and the other vessels of the Ge-ma.i
Aa soon a the vta.'Ors were motred.
the Louialana saluted Admiral coo
Tlrptts'a flag- and the alute If
promptly ananered. Prom then on 'IN
guna a-ere Kept hot alth an almost un
interrupted hang of salute for -eral
houra a the admirals, commander,
diplomat nd conaular representative
came and want between the entar'alntng
and visiting craft exchanging oftVIa'
calls of courtesy.
Dr. David Jam Hill, the retiring
American Anbaador to Germany, ar
rived during the forenoon and boarded
the Kansas, where ha will be quartered
d ir li hla atay here
ltet In the day the I'nltad State
collier Cyclop arrived and attracted
almoat mora attent'on from the crowd
on the quays than the battleehtpa
In addition to I hi Ioulelana and K.m
aaa tha American battleahlpa of the vis
iting dlvlalon are the New Hampahlra
and South Carolina. They aalled from
Cronatadt, Rtiaola. for Kiel on Juns It.
JESS DANDY'S AUTO GONE.
actor Reperte It 'si Taken While
He Played Plaoehle.
Jggg Hand, an actor, reported at the
West One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
atreet atation early to-day that hla auto
mobile hod been stolen f om In front
of No. 1 10 Claremont avenue.
He .d h and a party of friends
went that to visit another frland a:
11 o'clock last night. After a few games
of pinochle at 1 o'clock ha came out to
go to hla home on Monroe aranu.
Bronx, and found the car gone. He aald
he valued It at 2.00. A general alarm
waa aent out for the car.
Order 400,MM,000 Ku, elope.
WASHINGTON, June M No less
than 00,00O,iKK) envelope will be needed
during the next four years to carry on
tha correapondence of the Government
oervlce. This estimate waa made by
Poatrntatar-General Hitchcock, who.
cloaed a contract to. day for the en
TOlopea with a Cincinnati firm, the
present contractor. The contract will
amount approximately to
Doctor tell ua that a vaat percentage
of the breakdown and troublea
to-day are from overworked, un
We Americans strain every nerve
in our body trying to make a aucceaa
in life, aud do not nourish and feed
our nervous system ao a to make
it equal to the atrain; thr result ia
wc are broken-down men and women
lief ore ae arc forty yrara of age. The
nerve tissues must be fed and etrenfth
enrd, tlic stomach muat be assisted in
doing the work of digesting the food,
the blood must be enriched and circula
tion quickrnrd, the body and brain
muat be invigorated, ao that wc ran
withstand the atrain and retain health,
strength and youth.
Here is thr experience of Miaa Kemp
of Summit, New Jersey, who had a
rompletr nervoua breakdown, ao that
hrr heart became very wrag. Mis
Kemp was m a aerious condition and
wa advised to try Duffy's Pure Mall
Whiskey. Not approving of taking
whiskey or any alcoholic stimulant, she
declined at first, hut after reading what
it had done for other she tried it, and,
as she expressed it to a frirnd thrnthrr
day: "I am indrrd thankful and glad
that 1 did," aa it has restored her
health and made hrr strong so that she
can again resume businrss.
Thr young lady says that ahe re
reived good advice from our Medical
Depart iiirnt, to which she wrote and
stated her case.
Duffy Pure Malt Whiskey ia the
only whiakey that waa taxed by the
Government aa a medicine during
the Spanish-American war.
All druggist, grocer and dealer,
or direct. 11.00 a large bottle. Refute
substitutes and imitations; they are
Tha Duffy Mak Whiakey Co., Rochaatar, N. T.
To Vaaaaaalaa Ceateaalal.
WASHINOTON. June 11 -Thoma C
Dawaon. Amerlean Minister to Panama,
left Washington to-day for Hampton
Road, where h will embark upon the
armored cruiser North Carolina for La
Oualra. aa the head of the American
delegation or apaclal ambaeey to par
ticipate in tha Vanexuelan centennial
ceremonies at Caracaa neat month.
Don't Hid Them with a Vcllt Re
move T hem with the New Drug.
An tmiaeet Han tpeclslut restaur tlard
a ae arm. Otttao sagas aueagth whlak I
uoiroflnij awearai la rentmog nacsjas mm
,Lu t ctaer. beautiful eeasnMslun tott It Is said
r RiSrr or Hseenaa uodsf aa abaMat
nrnt of ths lighter freallM .telthlaa enUrab.
ft li abaolutflr bamlass. sal rsaaat Injurs tit
aaast lender tkla. . ,
tU roes to Khar's or Daaaa'i ear Ik
gascSla-atesnatti Othlrs II Is thti tSst Is M aa
B?nwit, Harris &(
Broadway and 5th Ave., Cor. 21st St.
Last Three Days
No Alterations. Exchanges, Approvals or Credits
Retiring From Business
Foulard Silk Dresses..
French Challis Dresses
Pongee Silk Dresses
Lingerie Dresses Former'y ,o
$6 Gingham Dresses 2.50
Lingerie and Tailored Lace and Embroidery Trimmed
75c 1.50 2.00
Regular Value $2.00 to $5.00
$12 Linen Suits - 5.00
$25 Long Coats - 8.75
$4 Repp Skirts - 1,7$
Lard & Taylor
Exceptional Values in
Women s Wool Suits
Imported Mixtures, Tans and Grays,
Hairline Stripes and Navy and Black Serges,
Values up to $30.00.
Women's IV hit e Serge Suit,
With Hairline Stripes. Regular value $30.00.
A Special Sale of
Women i Summer Shoes
Entire stock of our regular
$6.00 to $9.00 Low Shoes
at $485 Per Pr
Comprising all Leathers and Fabrics
for Street, Dress and Outinq IV tar
Sale of Lingerie Waists
High or Low Neck Models
All white or color trimmed
In Batiste Val., torchon, cluny and embroidery
195, 2-95 3-95, 4-95
In Voile hand embroidered, cluny and Irish lace
$1.95, 2.95, 3-95- 4-95, 5-95, 6.95
Combinations $1.25, 1-95, 2. 50
Gowns oSc, $1.95, 2.95, 3-45
Skirts 98c, $1.25, I.95, 2.50
Narrow shaped skirts, fitted tops, walking lengths,
SO and 38 inch.
Site Jersey Top Petticoats
In black, colored and white, with deep flounce
of Messaline to match,
In Messaline, black and colored,
$3-95 to 7.95
In Messaline, lace trimmed nt top, accordion
pleated flounce, white ami colors,
$5-95 to 8.75
Broadway & 20th St.; 3th Ave.; 19th St.
agflggflggg. O Jggigsgft
Between Lcnox.A 7th. Avcs
Thursday: Unparalleled Savings for the Thrifty
Oxfords and Ties
3,500 Pairs; Values to $4.00.
Thf brut value of tht season Makers are through
Weeks ao they cleaned house. We are considered
a factor in pu'chasing large quantities for SPOT ("ASH
so they came to us with this jpecial lot of beautiful
summer low shoes, knowing our large outlet and our
quick underpriclng method of placing them before the
public. No holding for larger profit but ACTION
To the point: This is one of the best lots we have
ever shown and thev shall go at a startling rrice
NONE RESERVED your unrestricted choice. 40 DIF
FERENT KINDS, in one big, bountiful sale.
Every leather: every fabric -white, black,
brown, cream, tan, satins, patent, calfskin,
kidskin, canvas, linen, crashettc, ottoman.
A Special Purchase of Women's
$5.50 Summer Dresses, 3.95
We were fortunate In securing a Wg lot of Women's Fine SUMMER DRESSES
it rAK BtLUW PREVAILING PRICES. Now, at a big saving, we turn
our iucky purchase over to you and offer on Thursdav a choice collection
of SWliS DRESSES, newest models. In all the best colors, at the x
ridiculously low price of s."o
Three Thousand Pieces of Exquisite
French Novelty Jewelry Sacrificed
Annfhr imnnrTint rtiir.'K.c TKir hinnj, .- -.-?t !'i i i Kfnr
Eminently desirable conceits rlcht it the bfirht of fashion. All set with
Jewels and gold filled. The assortment includes.
Gold-filled Long Chains, Frill Pins.
Lavallieres. Collar Pins. Cuff Links.
Sash Pins, Buckles, Necklaces.
Hat Pins, Brooches,
Values up to
19C and 39C
House Dresses. Sacques. Kimonos
wvrmcrs M.sivjnsja m nuwerra lawn; sailor collar and sleeve
frlmmen with ice A so House Drssi nf AMtfal in nr,Hv tirin,.
with Gibson plait at shoulder 98c
HOUSE DRBSSeS Ol checked gingham, with square neck; front trimmed
w rh nias fn ,1s and un.i tucks Aki atinth. pr,trv ctvl vi-itK r,-'u.l
" - , - ' J - J ...... I VJ.I.H
collar and cuff of plain color material to match I.V
DRESSING SACOUES of white dotted Swiss; front and sleeves trimmed with
Insertion and edge of Val. lace. Another style in white lawn; voke with
embroidered medallion and lace. Also of colored Swiss in pretty n
floral design: fancy sleeve trimmed with ribbon 89C
WOMEN'S SACQUES and KIMONOS of figured lawn in different patterns.
i50 or wnite lawn; large collar and cult trimmed with polka dot
$5.00 Shirt Waist Patterns. $1.89
OfftHngtht Entire Sample Line of a 'Prominent Importer at a "Price Oit of All
'ProPfrttm to the Real Value.
Real German "ROSEPOINT," worked on a highly mercerlied Improved
silky ft-bric never before shown In this country. They're patterns which
ware a sample line brought over to secure advance orders for IV12. Bv all
meant, share in this offering it Is an opportunity absolutely without parallel.
Each pattern complete. Front, collar and cuffs embroidered with ample
plain goods to match, for any style Shirt Waist you may choose to make.
Black and Colored Dress Goods
5J-INOH IMPORTED SICILIANS colors and black; 42-INCH WOOL FILLED
BLACK AND WHITE CHECKS; 42-INCH ALL WOOL BLACK VOILE; 36
INCH ALL WOOL BLACK NUN'S VEILINGS; MOHAIR BU'lLLIANTINES
colors, cream and black, and FANCY STRIPE MOHAIRS colors,
cream and black 3"C
50-INCH ALL WOOL STORM SERGES colors, cream and black; 54-INCH
ALL WOOL MANNISH SUITINGS; 44-INCH ENGLISH SICILIANS
color and black; 54-INCH BLACK AND WHITE SHEPHERD CHECKS 69c
Linen & Cotton Dress Fabrics
PURE IRISH LINEN In natural colors; SCOTCH GINGHAMS in a ,
splendid assortment of colors, also FANCY BORDERED BATISTE. . iX2c
IMPORTED CHALLIES in all the newest bordered designs; NAUSIION SHEER
STRIPE VOILES colors and black; FANCY SILK AND COTTON
JACQUARDS, SECO SILKS and 36-INCH NATURAL LINEN I9C
Let us do your reuphoistering now. Not alone do you save bv taking
advantage of the special rates prevailing during the summer months when our
upholsterers are not busy, but your furniture is stored free In the meantime
Our estimate man will call and quote prices. Phone or write.
Black and Colored Silks.
V! fiOPh MPQQaM INFill n.ir tllle IX1 inh ui1. In .trM iu,
OULVIM-l IMUJlinWM. r " " - TTiWV. Ill rVfl
evening shades; also black or white. Reg. 59c. ; yard o"C
itlUITC AOnilDOV ler m. uintiiii vi i r I
22 m. wide I.UM I.JV 27 In. wide. 5C
BLACK SATIN DUCHESSE all silk; 36 In. a. , aa ao I EO
wide; for costumes and coats i.w, i.ia, i.y, i.ay
$3.50 Silver Mesh Bags. 2.50
GERMAN SILVER MESH BAGS
frames 5 Inches wide; finished In
French gray; extra fine ring mesh,
with 5-inch spread; lined with fine
white kid and change pocket.
65c White Dress Linens yd. 34c
Pure linen; all weaves for suits,
waists or separate skirts; from fine
handkerchief linen to rough home
spun linen; all 36 Inches wide and
worth up to 65c. per yard.
7.VA Tn,1.AM.l Cfins.
Daintily embroidered imported Lawn
Shams and Scarfs, and hemstitched or
scalloped linen Shams, Scarfs and
Centrepieces; every piece hand finished
Summer Girl Must Have
An Evening Wrap
Here Are Two that Are Remarkably
Attractive. The Prices Will Surprise
r $6.75 and $10
The Zingari Cape at $6.75
is a source of wonderment even
to our cloak chief of forty
The style is one suitable to
S women of all ages and figures.
For the theatre cr Hie even
ing stroll on the boardwalk it
is equally appropriate.
The mr.tcrifl is broadcloth.
The hood ir, lined with satin.
The caj"'. were made to our
order and r re full opera length
Here in heliotrope, tan. eld
rose, porcchiin blue. Rray, upri
cot, navy and black.
The C;ipp Coat is an excep
tionally handsome Wflp that
no one would ever expect, to
r able to buy ft X a li' tic rr,
"ill. Made of broadcloth tn
li?,h; evening shades, with wide
r foll.-ii .11. d c;::fso!' 1 l.-icl: -and-
whilc striped silk. The collar
jr. pointed at the !vrk fin
ished with a tassel.
Second Flocr, OM EuiMIng,
w swy ,v ;
, I I )
i a . , raa i
45c White VoUe, yd., 29c
Extra fine quality COTTON VOILE,
40 Inches wide; ivory white; a most
fashionable fabric for summer waists
100 PURCHASE! WEEKLY
7S " 754
S0 " SO
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IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
A WORLD "WANT" WILL GO AND G&t IT.
Women's Summer Clothes
In the Basement Store
Tailored Suits down to
A group of several hundred, including many plain black
and blue serge suits seldom to be fcut.d at a reduced price.
Earlier prices were $14.75 to $21.75. White: Bergfl Buitl down
Hahutai and Foulard Silk Dresses at Sf
A special purchase bought at a time when profit was less
important to the makers than work to keep their factories
going. In the season's prettiest styles. Foulard silks are all
imported fabrics, in patterns that arc not common. The
Habutai silks are delicate stripes on white grounds, light as a
feather and especially dainty.
Silk Rubber Raincoats at $5.75
Handsome stripes. Fitted and loose backs. Qualities
that we have seen priced at twice as much as we ask for thii
Washable Skirts at $1 and $1.25
White shrunken cotton, carefully finished.
Woolen Skirts down to S t
Serge and Panama skirts that were $5 ....! upward get a
new price as the cotton skirts come to the front.
Washable Dresses at $2.75, $3.75 and up
Lawns, percales, ginghams. Quite a number of odd dresses
and small lots that were marked higher earlier in the season.
Basement, Old Building.
Women's Black Waists. Black lawn with strips of embroid
ery and fine plaits; open front, long sleeves, $1 ; with front
of plaits, open back, 65c; with front of allover embroidery,
$1.50. Qf black China silk, with yoke of fine plaits, or
tailored style with pocket, at $2.85.
Boys' Khaki Norfolk Suits at $3.95, including an extra pair
of knickerbockers. Suits no better are sold elsewhere with
one pair of knickerbockers, for more money.
Boys' Wash Knickerbockers, odd pairs of linen, galatea and
rep, white and colored. Sizes 2m to 10, at 40c.
15c Linen-finish Crash at 10c theright weight foroutingsuits.
With an Irish linen finish, rough enough to give the fashion
able effect. Plain colors, light and cadet blue, heliotrope,
cream, green, lavender, pink, etc.
Remnants of Oilcloth and Linoleum at half what we asked
for them when they were part of full rolls.
Basement, Old Building.
Women's Low Shoes at $1.65
Despite active selling of the past few days, still 3,000
women may share in this unusual offering of $2.50 to $3.50
"Queen Quality" and other trade-marked low shoes at $1.65.
New, dainty shoes in styles that are in great demand just
now. Range of sizes practically complete. Manufacturer's
overstocked condition is responsible for the low price $1.65.
Basement, O.d Building.
A Saring of Fire Dollars on Each of These
Men's Guaranteed Blue Serge
Suits at $13.50
Event Number Two on the Program of the Firtt
Anniversary of the Opening of this New
Kind of a Clothing Store
Blue aerge suit that would be fairly priced at $18, aelling
at M J SO.
Take a clothing man to really appreciate the import
ance of this announcement. But any intelligent: man hag
some idea of tha STAPLE value of blue aerge the guaran
I teed kind in atyle Bummer and winter, this year, lust year
ALL-WOOL blue aergr, or it would not be found in the
New Kind of a Clothing Store. "ALL-WOOL at the usual
price of cotton mixtures," is the foundation upon which
this Basement ha built in one short year, its present large
The Man N no Dote Not Want Blue Sargm
will find iqunlly attrnctivc value in suit of fancy pat
tern ut $12.50- usual $15 to $22 grades another feature
of the Anniversary week progress,
Thursday, Basement, Old Building.
In the Main Moor Clothing Store we continun
the selling of
Men's Silk-Lined Blue Serge Suits of $32
Grade, at $22
This "plum" came from a maker who wanted to
demonstrate to us what tine clothes he can make.
We allowed him o demonstrate at his own expense -to
your profit. Main nor. Nw BvJldlu,
2381 rT.,',. I)..-,,. HIM, Y- I J
, Pairs of iucii a ruic Jl I IN. I let II 1 I (JSC
35c 3 Pairs for $1 Mads to Sell for sflc a Pair
In these plain colors Navy 01 Yale blue, Myrtle green
pearl pray, slate Mid tan.
Mi rceiit:J cut'f strop", heels and toes.
On sale Thursday mnrning. Main t!oor, New Buildina.
t..r . , ' , a T Slnunr, A. fn J
Dr.rnA.-rU A T Stewart As Cn
Broadway Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.