A Hi; H VEWIKO WUMLD, JT a 11 a , i ai,
erlth ajr with a liberal Christmas bo,
but th'oy'wcnl nut Jut tho nam.
Tha strike leaders are tukln active
uteri lo oITart the Invasion of Sew
York by ncsro ualtet as etrlke-lirrak.
era. Ofllcer of the tie-tro waiter."' union
haye been In conference wljh thr'nfllcrr
of the lntcrn.illon.il Union of lloil
Worker ami the nlJ of ministers anJ
philanthropists rnRasoil In tipll'l work
anions .the JiwtrJus 1ms beirti (nll.UX
It It claims! tint the Held anionic the
tissto labor . In Nw Vorh I alrtnly
ovtrcrowdc.l, and that the threatened
Introduction of neuro wallers would
work ureal harm.
Hanasjer Kulllgsn of the llotl lire,
lla, wbo dvertld ytiterdar for rol
let atuitetita to wait on table In hit
hotl In the place of striker, think
h ha solved the question. II nv
ployed forty-four tudsnl from Colum
hi. trntvritv. Now York University
and'fileveni Institute of ltnboken thl
afternoon. One of th Bteven men I
A memoer 01 inn ivman
COU.IQI 0Y8 QO TO HOTEL
FOR WAITERS' JOM.
Notification ha hjn e1t to alt th
M unlveralUeat of, the Kat that jod
aa v.ultcr In New York hotel at food
pay are open. It I expected that there
will bo an nmjf of 'rah 'rah boy
awarmlnr Into town lookln for wali
era' Job before tho end of tne ween.
It I reported, that l. Hri v.-alter
from rtorlda anfl other reort hotel
are on Ihilr wvto Now Tork
tnaiitfrnketlnt of atrlkera held at
llryant l(aJlf ln Blxth avenae, neir
Partr-tcond etrctt. thl morning, wti
ddresd by . 'lCUter, one of the or
raitlxers of the union, who detlarel
that tha atrlke 'wa cpreatilna;' of It
.own momentum and would aoon
bravef'all the. leawllne; hotel ami re,
taurant ot Mahhattan. liiero wro(00
man PMHnt ana a mora wildly en
thualaatlo imthtrlnK ha aever rm-
bled In llirant Hall.
Klter declared that the union had, not
advlied the atrlke nt the (treat North
' ern, the Marie Antlonotto or the Cal'J-
mat Club. "Wa don't have to order
them out now," aald thn organiser.
'The men are atrlklnf on their own
book and a the new apreada th atrlke)
A ncwapgl of the .itrlke becama
apparent a't the' Manhattan Hotel at 1
o'clock this afternoon, when twenty of
the twonty-flve cook' walked out of'th
kitchen on atrlkn. The waiters remained,
but It was ald by.the union offlcara the
atrlke would be mad ceneral this re
nins:. The union' men afa jubilant over
taelr lnralo following amour the
cooks as' they figure that .cooks ar
harder to'replace than waiter.
Aibout a 'hundred wofter and cook
walked on of th Uottl Marl An
tnette, f lxty-e.vnthtrtnd D road
way during tit breakfait hour. Thl
strike waa inttrejy unjeytd and the
hotel manigement hadi'to'do a lot of
huatllng to koep tho meal serving ma
chinery In mbtlon.
Over XSOOi waMtera AmA akovt- m
oeoks are on strike In fourteen leading
New Terk liatate, ona U$ reeuurant
aad a club- toowHom U ngurea fur
nlahed by the InleijfefAonl VHotel
Workara' tfalao, to-47,r.paly one of
the hottts haa caaasd cervlng meals
la the publlo duUng rooms. The others'
are running with force ot strike
breaker .and except for unavoidable
d.laye-W 'eartfe the riaa. jttott
AstOr.'aH. nigta and Gotham appear
to be running aa emoothlr as before
their wallers walked out.
More etrlkea are to be called to-nlgh,t
according to the union leader. Th
Hotel Mem' Aioclatton" held a mention'
to-day to d'cua thn iltuatlon. Th
trlker mailt that the union ahali b
recognised and th hotel' men are un
anlmou In aaylng that they will doe up
their home rather than acre to thl
Tho union leader threaten to call
trlke In every hoM and reauurant of
any prominence In New York, oven to
he "lUm-and" place.
reUowlag I a Uet of vlaeea against
which atrtkea have beta declared, aad
ike aaatker ef mea on atrlkn
Betel A tor k , jo
Houi Viasa ato
Hotel It. Begu
Betel mace Oeorge
Karl Antoinette Botel..,
teat Borthsra Botl ....
Seal Martin' raetauraat
BUa' Olab ,
Oalonet Olak to
BaUl Yaa.srMlt 0
Botel Maaaattaa ao
Betel aaertlatgna CO
ratal . . . a bis
,T. . , : .J . . V.
Pruo.,ei4 irii i. M..,r, into irum
1,090 to 10,050 .killed negro waiter It
tneyrare neeusu. inn nevi om notci
tnanagvre do not look with favor on
negro hlp a a, iteady Inatttutlan, but
they are willing to employ negroe to
break th waiter'. trlk ihould that
move be forced upon them,
RTRIKE-BREAKERB MARCH UP
Mr. Bferry ha. In.talied fifty negro
walter,ln the Plaxa. They are engaRd
in room servico ana uo nui avvi
the dining room. A carp of fifty nhlt
strikebreaker marched up Fifth avenu
to th riixa at 10 o'clock this morning.
Th msn were quickly equipped with
uniform and ent to tho dlnlni roott.a
ta be drilled.
The doclard programm ot th hold
lnn to Import negro waiter for th pur
pose of brtaklni th atrlke undoubtedly
hastened action on the part ot the union
lo-diy. tVlillo the unking waiter pro.
fess to believe that negroe will be un
able to erve meals from a Trench menu
the hotel men eay they havo no fear on
that score. In several of tho hotels
where strikebreakers have been insiallel
It has been found necostary to ltre
Interpreters In tho dining room and this
plan could bo followed with nesroea.
Manager Hlovum of the Marie Antoinette
aid this afternoon thit h had arranged
to equip his hotel with a complete outlll
of negro kitchen and dining room help,
Frederick A, Heed, Prvsldtnt of th
Hotel Mens' Association and prcprlMnr
of th Park Avenue Hotel, sold thl
eftemoen that while hie waiter have
at atruck, he I prepared for truuble,
If hi waiter walk -out' he will fill
'MeOlf places' with negroes. The, Florida
hln hraro noltim to Now Yut'x from
Hotithcrn retortf a inplilly .1 th'-y '
aro rctiulred, ,t
In the l.ircer ImMs w)ierr the kitchen
are ma.inrxl liy hUh priced ch"'i and Hid
under conk nrn skilled In thlr profes.
flon the strike have been tonflned to
waiters hikI their lrttit. The kit
rhen sti rr of the I'las.i, for Instance1, did
not lt a m.in. Th ronka in tt'fi
mailer hotels linn- irrlevancri arid
matched oil I vs till tho waller. A i'.iK
started til eti Ike In thu Mm In Antoi
nette. Kmployrnent iixenole" rr recrultlin:
wnlttra from I'lillndrlpliin, Itostun and
other lame rlttVi In thn I'.ast. Union
Picket are watching thn railway sta
tion for arrival from utlde, but have
hot euccended fit itoppliiK ntiy of the
neircomors as yet.
In anticipation nf violence a the
iriae aprrinla. tho hotel owner are
ra, Tim 1'laca waiter am not com
pelled to leave tho hoilsc unlea the V
aant to. Quarter havo been prepares!
for thn negroe and Ihey will bo kept
Inalde all the time.
AceordlnK to the hotel men a majority
of th striker are tint number of tho
union. Proprietor Muscrienrtslm of the
Hotel Ator, allhouah the itrlke ha
put him to a great deal of Inconven
ience, eiya he doea not blame hi old
"Thoe who are not member of th
union," Mr. Mutihenhelm explain.
"are bulldoitd moat effectually by the
union men. Uaually threat of phyalctl
violence brinK them around. I have
told all my old man they can come
back when the trouble le over, because
jrood waiter are hunt to get, but none
of them will ever lep IniMe thl hotel
airaln It their re-employment 1 con
tlnient upon reooernitlon of the union.
I have recruited a ataft erf waltr to
take the place of tho atrlktr and
that ataft will beoome permanent In Ita
entirety If the union officer make the
recognition of tholr organisation th
IN TRY-OUTS TO-DAY
ON FRANKLIN FIELD
Cornell's Team Rules Favorite
in Annual Intercolle-
KflANKLtN FIELD. PHILADEL
PHIA,. May 31,-Wlth the oream ot ath1-
letes from thirty of the country'
largoit college contending th annual
traek and field championship .ot (thB
Inter-Celal'aj Aiaoclatlon , of A'mr
lo was begin" o'n'Tranklln 'friVld at 3
o'clock thte afternoon. Trials In the
track' events and the field game weit
run oft to-day. The finale will be con
tested ,10-morrow. ( .
up ,nntti tna taat minute Cornell
ruled a favorite, but the Cornelllan
recognized atrewrth took a tumble
When W- II. llsnnett, their star sprint
er, pulled n tendon In a' tryout. Den
nett vriW start, but whether he will tie
able to make u placa now eem doubt
ful. Trainer Moitley of Cornell wa
hopeful of scoring la;hUu point,.
l'olowcr of college aport wcro pre
pared to ee aome aurprlie Handed out,
but on pait (terformanc and preunt
condition local "dopeiter" concede)
l'vnmiyh'anla u Ntrong t'Ottteniler for th
blue ribbon ot tho aatoclatlon, with a
total nf 2S point, while Harvard ws
fnnclrd n a coe eeconu, with 21 point
MlchUan and Cornell looked about even
for tliltd place, wltti IS each. '
Twenty-four men out of nlnety-dx
nutored In lt yard ran In four heat
to-Oay, alx men In each heat, r.rat thre
to itiallfy In aeml-flnala to be run to
morrow. Itu-Ynrd l)ah Flrat heat, won by M.
V.. Hobertaon, elyracuie; 1). N. Mile.
Amherxt, necond; T. F. RudeU, Yale,
third. Time, 14 :-5.
Hecoml heat-tlloy Mercer, retina,,
Vennllied one yard) Won by J, 1,
Hiilland, rrlnceton; 1 second, V. llurn.
Ilrowti; third, tlo. II, II. Hewanl, Michi
gan, and K. C, Cornet, Cornell. Time,
Third heat Won bji J. 1'.. Hond, Mich
lean: scrnnd, C. O. Olson, Dartmouth:
third, H, . Degozialdl, Harvard. Time,
10 5-3 eecond.
Vourth ll?at Won by It, U. Thoma.
I'rlnciiton: second, II. 11. Jamba, Cnlum
lil.i; thltil, J, A. 1'lner, I'enn .State.
Time, 10 S-fla.
The tie fn; third place In leroml lit
run on oy a1, v. vornei,
tr,..n ,r n i r.-
t 'l nl uMty In WO yard.. .
i nmr.ut. rim, trim heals.-FIrnt heat
won by II. 1. Hnydor, Cornell, a.-cond,
. i;. ii. (lennnn, .Mnarhnett Imtltutn
third, J, M. 'Dolsn, Dartmuuth. Time,
Heiv-nd heat. Won by J, P. Jones,
vorneui aeoond, M. J, llu, l'rlnci
ton; third, J, W. Lvrrlng, l'ennayl
vnnla. Time, Im, Mi'-j.
Third Heat-Won by II, N. l'ntiinm. I
forncll; recond. T, W. Korh. Harvard:,
! ii'"1' Ml '';,,,1,lln' ""wun. Time, In,
Hhot Put (nVe me t to nuallfy)' Won
oy It. u neatly, t'olumhlo, 47 feet (,
men; tecona, A. w. KoliUr. Mlchlcati,
41 feet 2' Inches, third, A. llartlott, i
Hrown. 41 feet Inches; fourth. II, 11.
Hathcheller, Harvard, 41 feet lli Inches;
fifth, A. II lllesell, 1'rlnccton, 4! feet
An Inter-colleglate rocord waa broken
whn It. L. Iteatty, Column), won the ,
lint put trial by putting thn lead for a '
eistance of 4, foet m Inch, breaking th
mark mde hy J, J. Horner Jr. Michigan,
1P11, with a put of 46 feet. 7,Tl Incht.
Always Does Good
Thousand Take It In the Spring.
"I hav takin Kent's Raisjpsrltla whin
Mdd for a tiJtr.tier of years." ri
Jsmes Hey, J0T0 Amber t i: mil,
itilphls, l's "and hav ! founa
that It ni r"i3, I always take It In
the aprl.i with tlio tt rtsulta. I litvi
that I'ul ff.llna in the morntn and
runnot tat, but after taktn to or three
bottle of this tnadloln ahraye feat Ilk
a dlffr re nt prrenn and advlee every on
nextlna a tonle to five It a fair trial,''
Oet It to-dav In uaual llauld form or
chocolated tablet called BartaUb.
MR. TAFT TO CLAIM
Ex-President Says lo Try for
Single Buckeye Dclega tent-Large
WON'T BE IN CHICAGO.
That Is Not Unless He Alters
His Plans About Con
vention. KX-Prcaldent noovelt eald to-day
that the reorta that hn Intended to go to
th Chicago Convention are untrue. Hla
attention was called to a atatoment
mad In Chicago by Col. Harry fl. Nw,
Chairman of the committee In charge of
the ltepubllcn National Convention ar
rangement. thut the former l'reeldent
had engaged room at a Chicago hotel
ror use during the Convention.
I'uro lake," aald Cl. llooaevelt. "OF
OOUIWK, I MAY AXTBll MY PLANH.
nut at prMfmt I have no Intention uf
going to Chicago."
Col. Itooievnlt remained In New Tork
overnight after hi return from Qettv-
burg, and went to hi editorial offtco thl
morning. He will return to Oyeter Hay
this afternoon. In speaking of his re
ception at Gettysburg he said that he
had been Impressed with lh attitude of
the people. He mentioned (he fact that
his arrival attraoted little attention.
"In the morning," ho continued, "the
people seemed Imbued with th solem
nity of the occasion, aa they ahould
hav littn. In the afternoon they
warmed up in a demonstration wWoh
was one of the moat gratifying of my
The auggeitlon nf a comnromlaa he.
tween the Taft and Ilooievett force
at the Ohio State Convention, which Is
to elect six delegatea-at-large to the
Chicago convention next Tuesday, waa
denounced to-day by Col. Ilooievelt.
The Colonel sent thl telegram to Wal-
tor F. Drown, his Ohio manager, at
'I hav Jut aaen th telegram aen't
by Mr. Taft to Mr. Vorya about a com
promlie In Ohio. Until I saw this tele
gram I had never heard. suggestion
that there should bo any compromise,
and I of couran assumed that any auch
auggestlon came from the Taft forces.
In tho first, place, I .would not consent
tt a compromise ahyhoW.".'aiid!lli-lha
next place, we carried Ohio by over
10,000 on the popular primary.
ISN'T GOING TO LttT TAFT HAVE
.EVEN ONE LICa5. '
'Any attempt to give Mr. Taft a sin
gle delcgate-at-Iarge would mean to
sanction a deliberate effort to defraud
the peoplo and by a trick to nullify their
express! will. Mr. Taft haa In moral
and equity no claim whatever to t
ainglo delegate-at-targe from Ohio, and
any attempt tu secure hltn so much us
one de!exate-t-lare mean a deliber
ate effort to thwart tho will of the peo
plo as expressed freely by them In the
primary, and we cannot afford for ono
moment to conaldor nudi an effort to
defraud the peoplo ot their tight In
thl atpigglo for Juitlco and forvopulat
"I with the Uuo cleirly mado. We
stand for the right ot the ptoplc to
rhoore their own candidate and to
have the delegate carry out their will,
and any Individual who attempt to se
cure one uelvgatc-at-largo from Ohio
for Mr. Taft I openly tnklng the posi
tion that the convention la not to repre
sent the will of th people, and that the
polltlmlan are to bo encouragrdito defy
the popular will and to commit 'an out
tag on Justice, and to defraud the peo
ple of their Just right.
"Any district olelegate to the Btate
convention from any one of the districts
which went for nin In Ohio who him-
elf votes for a tngle Taft delegate-nt-larg
1 commlttln gan act ot treachery
to the peopto mid any man who con
done or approve such net Is condonlnr
and approvltiK Iriachery.
Col. Chauncey Dewey, Itoosovelt'i
niunagiT In Illinois and Mt'dm Mc-
Cormlclt of Chicago, one of the leaders
of the Itoosevelt campaign, ramn to
New York to-day to confer with Col.
Itoosevelt. lloth Mr. Dewey and Mr,
ln lively smut and supremely
Cluett. re aUidy ft Company. Tmv. New York
Ii1 CVgRY fiUNDAV
J) I AND HOLIDAY
Leave West Zlrd Et. .S0 a.m,
Leave Liberty Ht. 0. 0a.m.
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK MONDAY WONDERS
Elopers Whose Expected Heir
May Reconcile Bride's Family
' 1 '
Mccormick ld that there waa no
truth in report of aerlous dissension
amontr the llllnol delegates elected tor
I'OI. ItoOMVClt. Mr. MoCormdek aald
that omo -of the delegates had ex
pressed a wish to see the Colonel bo
foro the convention and that ho had In
vited them all to vlalt him nt Oyster
Ilay. Many of them, he continued,
were unablo to mako tho trip and he
aald that there would be about a
dosen In the delegation, which la to
reach here to-morrow.
HELD AS 'JACK THE SHOOTER
MUB VIOLENCE FEARED.
Ex-Prjliceman of Little Rock Ac-
cused ,Myslerious Assailant
LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Msv Sl.-Th
search In which oltlsens of t.ittln iin,tf
have engaged for a myatertoui "Jack
mo onooier- it recalled by th arrest
at Sarcy, Ark., of Samuel nrasafleld, a
former Little nock policeman, nram
Held I charged with the murder he-o
on May 12 of nlna-months-old Paul
Coulter, who we hot while In hi
mother' nrms. Mls Marion flmtth n-n.
at the Coulter homo at tho time, and
she declare positively that the prisoner
i mo man no saw there, nrasa.leld
I confined In thn Stato nenlte
i precaution agnlnst possible mob vio
lence, lie denies that he I guilty of
The killing of the Coulter Infant waa
tho last of a nerie of attacks on
women, apparently by tho same man,
who terrorised Ltttlo nock for week
and caused the Mayor to lesun a nrne.
tarnation calling on clttiens to arm
tnemselve and nid the police. Hun.
urroa oi men responded to mo call and
viguaniex pairouea tne atreet at night
guarding the residence cotlon.
Mr, coulter wa attacked by a man
who entered her homo early In the
morning. Hho Picked up her bahv nnri
creamed for help. Her assailant shot
at her, tho bullet striking the child and
killing it instantly. Previous to that.
one woman nao. Deen criminally ns
snulted, Hrvrral attacked and hot ut,
and two of them wounded when they,
Ilk Mrs. Coulter, made outcry.
!.".':".'... "T:". 1 'r. moi .o irnunii lor una eniiae anv ionrr nun.
Mill) l.ult's Urrh-ro.l I onibluatl.in plan the nuie'tlona are all ready nacked aud
", j-aiTiunv uikiii 10 auie
uicui u. avuuit. iPuiiiiiiiRir oeiirioiia.
FIUDAlb AND S.VriKUVVS ONI.V
Special for Friday, May 31st Special lor Saturday, June 1st.
I'lNKAI'I'l.t: K1S-I..H A new BiiUltluD tll)tll. A'i'li t'Ut J.K1UI c'aUIOHMA
la the Itl.a nrlt ut iiinleilluiis. lte .Nourlehlna and wlioleMm fla
llirrr la that diatliu't iilneaunle No !. Ml'k.of III eeaaun'a iioli with
uud Ib.i luiitnr.. ubuut Ibrm nlilrb a llilrk, rlrh rliiirolal cmerloc. ' A
gaa&'s: ioc ?ist?g,s ioc
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
flllK (IIATK CDVr.HUD RRKAM 1'Kf- btOICII IUtMr.S-1'ure lioi . -Mar.h-
I'hlt-'tlN !- bile (emiea ot liure mallow, nitered With drlliluu butler,
creim. .lrm.al tluoreil U1 ueuiier- aiolili and parked In Jllchland field
mint and inrolna a nur ehaculale lloee to comnlrte the hruteh rlunu
luieilna. Our resuiar an tile. Our rtaular aUc (Tta
aa" "" HtrN, BOK 1"C l-OCMHIDX 45C
GFFERiNGS FOR FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY
MII.K (lll)l(VIATK rOVHUKI) M.lt
.UtMIIMI t'llhKlllt.H Juli, taelr.
imt,ortil rli.rrle.. rleli In their natural
aMeetite. Initde an outer Jacket qf
uur I'reiniuni Milk in- lani
'"- rorannos 0C
Amr, r'onT.t. Sir
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
The fmlt le at It heel now more
liiarlona and Juler thnn eer th
n alln of Our rremlnm Milk Choco
late nialira Hit. aueclal
BOY SEEKS HIS MOTHER.
frank Dirmoly Hasn't Seen Her In
Frank Darmoty. thirteen years old,
who lives In the Homo for Industrious
Uoys conducted by the Mission of trie
Immaculate Virgin at No. 'J75 Lafayette
(treat, and works In a broker's ottlco In
Broad atreet. has asked The Evening
World to help him te find his mother,
rrank has been playing detective on
Mr own account for aeveral weeks.
Ueslde the natural love that prompt
hi aroh, ho I Influenced by th sus
picion that hi mother may be In need
of hi help.
"I'm making S3 a weak now," said
Vrank'a last memory" of htr- mother
was flvo years ago, when they were
dlapoaaessed from their flat; at No.' 13
Wfet Tblrly-'fUth street, aoon after his
father's, death,' He ha been In Various
homes since that time, and eeven
months ago went to work. He Is with
Weasel. Duval 6 Co., brokers, at No. S
nre the roeult of
If neglected, they
arc upt to develop
into chronic lung
trouble and long
tsthnta or ca
tarrh. Cure them
promptly and in
tho natural way
by using Father
which hni a his
tory ol 50 years
of success in the
all throat and
lung troubles, as
well as a tonic and body builder (or those
Why arc weak and run down.
your taete ana tne a.iort
VKItY ItKHI (IHADK HON DON g AN It
tlllll'ttl.AI rH OK ALL I'llOCOLAThH
S ran offer nulhlaa mare utlsfslna
at the nriie -more dellrluuane.e and
her than i an l
jmd eiaewncre at wi.ou a
Hound. l'OI NIt lltlX
ever erenlnjr until II a'eleek.
.VenlnV until 1 1 o'eleek".-
MRK ROW Mammal
.lav f m n r m hi.i...
Th apeclfled w.lht In inch Inatano In.
oluaee th container.
saw m M BBkej
Stork May Prove Messenger of
Reconciliation of Eloping
Bride and Relatives.
Ju'DWPOItT, It. I May Jt.-Young
Mr. "Jack" Oerttshty 1 making baby
clothes In the honeysuckle ' cottage In
ISverctt itrcet, and, what I more sig
nificant, Mrs. Amos Tuok French, her
grandmother, and Mrs. Kiel Frsnch
Vandcrbllt. her aunt, ar contributing
to th layette as welt. .
When Julia Steele French was mar
rled to "Jack" Oeraghty, th Newport
chauffeur, August ot last year,
her parent refined to tee her
again. Mre. Elite Frenoh Vanderbllt,
Who haa alway regarded Ml JuUa
at, her favorite niece, waa not quite o
unyielding. It wa reported at that time,
but nevertheless ho Was not reconciled
to th marriage. The upihdt ot It was
that th bride was told to tak hr
chclc of returning to her family with
out 'her chauffeur husband or of cling
ing to htm and being Ignored by her
Tho girl clung to her husband and d
voted heraelt to housekeeping and the
dutlea of any wife In ordinary clrcum
tance. But now the atork may aervo
a k meisenger ot family peace and re
conciliation. Tnal Cnnae nnnamar.
A' horse drawing the delivery wagon
of Abraham Prince, a atatloncr, of No.
110 I.udlow atreet, wna scared by the
exhaust ot a taxlcab at Central Park
Wcet and Ninetieth street to-day and
ran away. Abraham Prince Jr., tho
drlvor, waa thrown Into tho body of the
wagon. After knocking down a lamp
post at One Hundred and Seventh
Manufacturers ot the
Famous Wcser Pianos
This Chance Best
of All Chances
Come In Today and take ad
vantage of a llfc-lonr opportunity
to.purcnaso a GOOD USED UP
RIGHT at a moat unusually low
A big variety of leading makes!
to bcicci iruuj.
From $75 Up
SitM Certr, Cartase cVShtel Music FREE
New IVeser 1'prlarlit 22, IT.
New INaeontlnued Stjrle. iltrOtn
New Wraer I'layer flanoa. . . .Siau Vo
TKtUIS LOW A 8 g.l.OO DOWN,
Art in atwnt our eiircial Kftti: T1IIAL
OFrKIt. Brnil ror our atw Culora. It.
mt W. 2M Ht. (Near (tth Ave.V
Open .Ttn'tn Ujr awntaital. Tel. Cbeaea S414
Thl a Week we offer at our Two
Stores the largest assortment of
$20 & $25 Summer Suits
for Men and Women
at $12.50 & $15.00 on
Down 1a Week
No Reference) or Security Required
2858 3d Av., 149th St., Bronx
$30lo I JO
1 a Week
Films Developed Free
nun rrlnta Are uraered,
I. DAVEtiA, JR.
Ilirlrm's Iadln; Kortln Onodj i
123.125 West 125th St.
Uet. I.rnna unJ 7th Area,
, OI'KN KVKltV KVKM1NO.
Good on hot meats,
Good on cold meats.
Fine for flavoring
soups and gravies.
Made by E. .Trltchard, 331 Sprltie; St.,.V.V,
HELP WANTED MIL
txiSSSTltrM (aUr abo etorei i7,rac
naturad) pneltloa pennaneat" to. rUbl nan.
, nora Shoe hoop, JSoa rultoa t?jBrooalinr
street, the runaway went onto One
Hundred and Tenth atreet and ttlrned
east. Mounted Policeman Thomas
King headed tbo horse off at lenox
avenue. Ill right arm and hand were,
bruised. Youna- Prince' wrists and
- hand were badly cut In his efforts to
I rAnt IK, ,nln.
Promoter Give Jllmtelf t'p.
Kdwln P. CraMn, a promoter, with of
fices at No. 100 Ttroadway, surrendered
himself In Uih Cmiira street Court to-
dy ltnd wv "aigned bforo fagu.
trate on a oharge preferred by lllohard
II. King of No. z Clinton avenue
Ilrooklyn, that ho had misused 2,Coo
King gavo him to promote the Im
perial JJIver Company. Hall wis fixed
nt II. and the examination set over
one week. Cragln furnished a bond.
If your lenses are mounted to a
your eyeglasses can't fall off.
' You can't jar them off and you
can't shake them off.
Attached to your glasses for
35 canta in German Silver, and
75 canta made in gold filled.
For aala only at our ai f ht atorea.
04 Kaat Urd gt,. near Fourth Av,
IT Weel 34th St., Ut. ath and lit Ave,
64 Wt lSAth at., aaar Leno Ave.
442 CoUimbu Ate., Stat and S'Jtid ate,
TO Nassau HI., near John St.
1000 Broadteay. near Willo'bv. Hklrn.
ii Fulton Ht.. opp. A. 8.. Dklrn.
SB Broad gt.. near tlahne'a. Mewark.
Trent your bunion kindly, li will
disnppcar under such usage.
VVKAR THE COWARD
and soon you can say, "Good
riddance to a bad bunion."
SOU NOWItdtB ELS8
J4MES S. COWARD
264-374 Greenwich St., N. V.
Ixiaa Waaaiie rrssiTi
MaB Orra Filled Send lor CataVegua
-j ijiiLL-jmua u. - .i.i-xj' i-.u-a
BURNS AND CHAPPED
HANDS "MUCH BETlER"
Little Accident of Childhood
Do Not Worry Mother.
"Mimmil Minimal I have burned
How often does the mother of a fam
ily Jiave to minister to the trilling Ills
and accidents of childhood. Scratches,
burns, chapped hands, and trifling
wounds must be treated and the little
sufferer made to feel "all right again."
The mother who has a tube of
Velogen within reach is armed for
minor Ills. Velogen soothes Irritated
skin, allays inflammation and paves the
way for- the healing process. Used
night or morning or before going out
of doors It prevents chapped hands and
lips and keeps face and hands smooth,
white and flawless. It Is not greasy
or sticky. It will not soil the finest
dress fabric. In collapsible tubes, at
ill drtuetsts, 25 cents.
Pianos " J-kJU
New Player iQl7R
Pianos g&Ol O
It and c? FlrtTh'tati ve.. nrooU
iyn; 9$ Hit. Ave, New York
KEEP IN SIC1T-USE IVERY NI6IT
IVLLLCtl cold Cream
Tbe Perfect Skin Cleanser
Tabu and Jar. lCc. to )1.30.
Iirna and Uepartiueat Iteree,
Booklet, "The Beeret of Beautr," end
ample, raalled le aar addr.
MO CXTHi. OBIBOB TOH IT.
AdreniMmiau lot 1'u
ar American pistftM Hi
ttr aattl f, tt.
AdreniMmiau lot 1'ua VSoiid left at
"l. a. Mt
For Tender Faces
I Indispensable for thos Subject reel.
nets, roushncas, and other IrrltatioM
of the akin. A ihavlng luxury. No mug
no aoggy ioap, no germs, no waste ol
tlmeormonev. In nickeled box. 24c.. at
tore or by mall. U bersl lample free.
Address "Cullcur." Dept. as, Boeton. 1
peaMeaday iSatardiy tvf'sUatll i
GooojoriivtRtorwiof omm v
riMH our atone to your rjoog qp
Thl lloie an Kalilultlon
S-riece Parlor Suit
with Odd Chair or
Itocitw, or 6 t'lrrr
i'srlor Suit. 8.3s
jOB Velrrt W I
Ollt lUiislr MTiror
or I'lrr lllrror, 1
Table, round or
aouare. tt OlirlilJ
lieturri. 3 l'elri
Lac Curutn., I
niolre of llnft.t,
China CIokI. rude,
board r .Machine
nk rtnllh an.l
Term Anolv Within
500 Mllra of N. T.
HE PAY FBKIGir AND
lTc AUtmedOH AU
Ouirlrtrd, 1 fitter
Wt. ti a t e n I on
Table, 4 Chain.
Cane P.0S Stat. 1
Armchair, Cane tin
Hill, t Pro-Dtut-
Couch, Ti.ftid Vlo.
rotronne, IH Oik
Inif, I Itorvnt'd
Write for 1013
limner ni. l Tip
1 !( nd i
fiaurtii. l wo, to
Ire . Sprlwi. ainr-
anteej; u Orniuae
rrauirr I1llul. 1
Uollfn Oak trraer.
1 O o I d e n n.t
UIIIIUll, 1 C041.
tiftir. 1 l'rv
Value fay sr
em., .1 lrora:rl
3-R09M 01 1 FIT
Kltrhtn Cl'i.rt, 12,
1 anl. I.ln.iifitm. 1 1
tnie or UttrUtr.
2 Doors Below Kesner's
Dress Well in the Best
MEN'S OR WOMEN'S
at cither of our 2 stor on our easy.
No matter where you live or
what your occupation may be. It
will p.iy you to call anil convince
yourself that there are no "ifs" or
strings" to our terms.
All our goods are priced i less
than you arc accustomed to pay.
Men' and Women's Sulfa
Elsewhere $18, $21, $22.50
Here 12, $14, $15
The same low prices and liberal
terms apply to all our immense stock
of Sprint and Summer Clothlnc.
2274 3 1 Av. 7W. Mth SI.
bet. 133d Jsltlllt I bet.Itb&th At.
OPKN TILL 0 1'. M.
A TOiPHOHE CALL WILL BRIMS
TO THE STOCKHOLDrUM V NEW UTRECHT
MA.N'Otl UKVl:UfVli:xT COMl'ANX:
YOU AUK KKItUUV NDflKItU lli.t a mt.
Ice i.l thu Swrkhitlfr, nf th
. uitecm jlanor
mi loimirni i;uiuiiany win t.
V. "'i vuiiiiwui, ivwm tu, norm jiiuituna, no.
CM l'ark lltiw in Hi. IinuwIi l i.h.ii.. VI.-
Countc anil S;al ot Nair Vor. un ili litti'daj ot
June. VJ1J. at 10.30 o'clock h tlie mornUi. tor
tie purufne ot clci'tluj dlrrvtari cl aatd OoaaLeny
ami fi the f-irllirr iuriK)fc ut derUtcc ware and
ni.ani ot tilitni fumli to vm CfUlIn (in. av
itauncnte aud iotfitit on boat, sul rwirtiair
Cu aut ti iron ,1n ant Ut llie.traneanlmi e(
ucti in tier tniattir.. at may come before .aid attet
le. 11 order of Hit liiu.nl of IWrpct.ir,,
JIILTO.V 3. KISTI.En,
ntlAB. Jl. J. DOniLag?
n.t Ma. t int?; aBSry.
rHBlAN M AltO Alt ET P11KI.AW. (ae
It are. I. sard S3 year, belovea wife otf'
Martin Thelan. native of Larnee Park,
County Tlpperary, Ireland.
Tuneral from liur lata realdene. SOS
Weal MTth at., June J, at U.30 A. M.t
thence tu Church of Cur Lady of Tour
where iniu will h relebmted. Inter
mrnt Holy Name Cemetery. Jersey Cllr
Arrangements Undertaker' William
,vwAl"'irulf'1 Mtty 20' ,al2' FnANo18
funeral from reeldenre. Ills Nelson
avo HMurday. JO A. M.. thonca 9 the
Churoh of The Pacred Hurt, Mlh.
hrldao. where a, aqlemn hlrh maaa will
he uffered for the reuoee of hi. eu.
World Wants Woi kf
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