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Mtl SHIP IN PANIC; UNCLE OVERBOARD TWO KIDD ES CRIED Id AND $ YEAR OLD UNbLSS AND NEPBEWS WBO CAUSED SEA PANIC Boys Queerly Related Put All Hands on Columbia on the jfct Jump With Yarn. $HAD LOCKED PAIR UP. Tsatn Papa-Grandpa Docherty Handed Out Forty-Seventh Spanking of Voyage. a thro rnnvlYM cabin passengers I the crew of the atcamship Columbia Xthed slffhs of relief when they sr- at the Anchor line pier to day, tr they irtre at last to be rid of t We terrthl. Docherty k!ds. From the time Bsey boarded the ship In Olaarow the SMeiiai ly kid made their presence known In wierd and wondrous ways. A hah? d ten of the steward acrced, aa thay mopped molat brows, that If they Baal had the Docherty kids with t limn oaa mora day the;- would have scuttled the. Ship In deaparatlon. Bar y and James Docherty, ten and oanut yearn old, are the nuna of John Beeherty. late of sterling, Scotland. smaller lade. Hugh and Jamea, ara Docherty'a grandaona. The two boya were Inalatent that the r onaa gave them their title of while they patronizingly referred a the amaller one aa their nephewa. UNCLES INSISTED ON SPANKING NEPHEWS. ae amaller boya rebelled, and their uncle attempted to apank them. On eoeh oecaalon the liner waa rent by lead howle that made Capt. John Black oa the bridge believe he hnd been boarded by plratea. But It was when jii four joined hands that the paaaengera realised what terrora they had aboard. The rat morning out of Movllle, Ireland, aa the passengers eat about the desk they ware horrified to ee an Airedale terrier belonging to one of their num ber tottering along encased In a cor eat Mr. Roaa Ilenderton, a bride, reoognlaed the article aa here and started In purault of the dog. The dog waa captured and the corset readied. Than the DocherlT hlda were told thine and all handa went to the spunk ing. The father and grandfather said to-day that hi arm waa lam from the laying on of handa. Bay before yesterday the two uncle disappeared. The nephew were called upaa to tall where they were, but shook thatr heada. When they wi re pressed they said: "They fell In the water." LOCKED THEIR UNCLES IN LINEN ROOM. lastantly the ship wa.i In an uproar, and every one Joined in a aeareh to the missing. For tbraa hour penplr bkg stewards and pa . nnem look. I through staterooms and under berths eabured the galley and exnmlneil the h)M, but to no pirpoHC, and all the while the nephewa Insisted that their ubolea had' gone overboard. Just about when every one was ready a fc-ll..v. tim linvi h ,,i full... beard a second cabin steward heard muffled cries from a linen closet. He opened the door, and out rolled the missing pair. On a tour of exploration they had found the linen closet upon and entered. Then approached the " a , Meawaawasea eaaaC 4 b sfPnw! aw eaBBBBBBBBBra. Jy . ' ' I . 1 I" T bbbbw aWaYaw mmm bbbbV a"! P"aV aaLaaVSm aV LlawH. sW.- '"Wt t Ja.tVB. S 4 ik." el v. - aBBBBBBT JJjrt aBBBBBT .aaawaw hSawav awaBawBI HUGH ' ' . - . . . NFERNAL NUISANCE WILSON'S COMMEN T ON THELOBBYISTS President .Comes Near Using "Strong Language" in Giving New Name. OXNARD ON THE STAND. Millionaire Says Free Sugar Would Cause Formation of a New Trust. 111 ARRESTS IN PARK RAID. Maalstrate Flaee All Deepallere ml Uwal sad Shrabberyla Brsahlra. Policemen under Insp.jCtor Hughes la Brooklyn arraigned 111 prlsonere before Magtstrste Iteynolde In Flathuh fmirt to-day, charged with littering lawns, brsaklng bushe and nolllMr the grass In Prospect Tank yeeterday. Hughes told ths Magistrals that his squsd of twenty could srreet only half of the vandals, and It would tabs all ths la borers of the psrk thrss dsys to clean up. The Magistrate fined everybody ar raigned on the charge 110, th maxi mum HI demanded deferred examina tion. Five were unable to pey and went to the workhouse. steamer Jesse Spalding Safe. cmt?MK, June ht The steamer Jesse Rpaldlng, which was in collision on lAk Superior esrly yesterday, ar flved at fault 8te Msrie to-day with her bow stove In but with th erew safe. postal from a Ma Oorrespoadeat of The ealag World.) WASHINGTON, June 16. Preslden . Wilson gsve ths lobbyists a nee; home to-day. He called them "an Infernal nuisance." It waa the nearest to using strong language that the President has come since entering the White House. Referring to th Senatorial Investigation he ssld: "My only desire was to get rid of ths lobbyist ss sn Infernsl nuisance." His dealr Is being fulfilled. legis lative corridors snd office are no longer haunted by the Insidious gsng. Those who remain In Washington are held under subpoens snd with with Inactivity and silence their turn on the witness stand. FORECASTS FORMATION OF A NIW SUOAR TRUST Henry T. Oxnard, vice-president of the American Beet Sugar Company, told the Senate lobby committee that free sugar would result In ths forma tion of a new "sugar trust." Only the beet managed sugar factories would be sbls to survlvs free sugar, he Maid, and a combination would result. "Then you are going to form a new 'trust? asked Senator Heed. "I havs that In mind." said ths wit ness. "In violation of the anti-trust lswT" "No, air; there Is no law to prevent It I have been so advised by counsel." Oxnard told how he assisted In organ ising ths old sugar trust In 18S6, ex changing his company with a capital of 1100.000 for IT&o.ooo new stock. Ths new corporation later was taken over by the American Sugar Refining Company, ths preeent so-called trust Oxnard said he received $10,000 a year aa Vlce-Prealdent of the American Beet Sugar Company but denied that he was paid that salary "for legislative work. nephews and slammed the door, and the spring lock was In perfect working order. Grandpa Docherty took the nephews to tlie sei'lu ilon of his stateroom, and they received the furty-'eventli spank ing of the voyage. The Iiocherty are hound for Younga town, 0i where John Docher.y's son, James, who la the futher of the two mall boys, has a farm. Labor Bill Vetoed. BOBTONi June Id. One of the most Important labOf ineuauies before the legislature this year, the bill which would have forbidden atreet railway companiea to require more than nine houra' work In eleven consecutive houra, was vetoed by Gov. Foaa to-day. Servian Cabinet Units. UKU1KAIE. Servla. Juns 16. Th Servian Cabinet, of which I'asttch was Premier and Foreign Mlnlater, reslgnsd 'yesterday. JUMPS FROM FAST TRAIN. laksrt by Fall, Maw liana lata Woods Near Moaat Tabor. A man Jumped from a Lackawanna Kallroad train going at thirty miles an hour Just east of Mount Tabor, N. J to-day. Thomas Harris, a detective of the railroad, saw the man rush to the platform of the car and grabbed at him. but failed to get hold of him. Harry says he thinka the man must pate auddenly become Insane. He was apparently unhurt and made off Into the wood. Ilarrl stopped the train and aearched for the man, but could not find him. The fugitive had taken two horse to Denvllle for a Newark cavalry troop that I on a practice march. I'abaa t hief on Varatloa. HAVANA. June 16 Ex-President Go mes and hi family sailed for France to day on board the steamer Kspagne. Oen. Gomex Intend to remain In Europe for several months WATERS PIANOS Founded 1845 In a good piano fine tone quality is the most im portant thing and always determines the superior excellence of a high-class instrument. Absolute durability is also most essential. These two qualities the Waters Pianos possess in a pre-eminent degree. Waters-Autola player - pianos have the same line tone and durable construction as the Waters Pianos and contain all the very latest improvements so necessary in an up-to- date player. Call and let us demon strate all that we claim for the Waters Pianos and the Waters-Autola player pianos or send postal, for catalogues. Very attractive prices and most liberal terms of pay ment are now offered and old pianos will be taken in exchange. Horace Waters & Co. Three Stores j 134 Fifth Ate., nr. 18th St 127 W. 42d St., nr. B'way Harlem Branch (Opaa Evenings) 254 W. 125th St nr. 8th Ave. The Sauce That Really Is Made and Bottled in England I IMMilllPVIWef WORCESTERSHIRE fat m FOUNDED SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE wttglaS The old time but wise merchant once in every six months disposed of, at one price or another, every article on his shelves that bore the stamp of the season. To-day, with Fashion s more rapidly changing pulse, the wisdom of the former day custom become more apparent and necessary. We stick to the old custom I Twice a year, some time in June and January, we hold a General Clearance Sale but we go the old time merchant "one better" not only getting rid of merchandise of the season s fashion whims, but alo closing out what is known as "Staples." I That is. standard articles of all tha year round use. such as Table Linens, 1 owe Is. Hosiery and the like. Thus we are able to carry out our re solve to open each new season with the largest and most varied stock of fresh merchandise in patterns or style that have but the imprint of the last minute. This Season's General Clearance Sale Begins Tomorrow and Continues from Day to Day Thousands of seasonable articles for personal or household uee for utility or adornment. The opportunity to save many a dollar la now yours. Every department contributes largely for thla occasion Space permits only the mention of a small part daily. Choice Summer Dress Sliks At this Clearance an $85,000.00 Surplus Stock must be sold prior to inventory at 56 to li off the Regular prices. raiHTBD SATIN FOULARD -S Inch: all this season's : chiffon flnish.htilUaat Incite, rariety of deaigna and colorlnca ; for evening and street wear ; printed by one of tan leading manufacturers. Regular price 85c yard FANCY DISSS SILKS (Imported and Domestic) -19 to si Inch; colored tripe and check faconne taffeta; la evening aad street colorings ; white and black aad black and white chock Louis Ina aad taffeta silks; black aad white plaids. Regular price Si. 15, 81.50 yard POHGEE SILKS -16 inch; fashionable colorings, for touring, motoring, sea side aad tailor-mads suits. Regular pries 8 i s 5 yard PRINTED FOULARD SILKS Foreign and domestic, 36 to 4a inch; In a vari ety of designs, dots snd colorings. Regular price Si .30, Ss.oo yard EMBROIDERED SILK CHIFFON Imported; 43 Inch: soft finish, sen col or embroidered dots. Pink or sky blue only. Regular price 81.30 yard SOc 50c 55c 75c 75c PRINTED TWILL FOULARD SILKS 3 J to 40 Inch; faahtooable 1 colortnrs. Inrlurlln email fltsral affect and slilass Regular price S1.30, Sa.oo yard PRINTED sorted. colorings; manufactured expressly 1 auhmo, vonsiaoie s vo. 1.1 TED SATIN FOULARDS -lasted. 4a to 30 inch; Lyons dyed aad 1 ted; fashions bis deaigna, dots aad "rings; manufactured expressly tor old, Constable A Co. 1 CA Regular pries 83.30 to 8300 yard 1.9V FANCY CHIFFON on white designs HTFFON -Imported; as Inch: s grounds, printed with floral of 1 sink, yellow, rose sad helio trope; si so wane ana pink, and white aad light blua stripes. c a Regular price 83-00, 83.90 yard l9V FANCY CHIFFON -Imported ; 4s inch; checks, polka dots, oa plain aad stripe pounds of old roae3ourgogre tCopea nagen, gray, brown, green, heliotrope, navy and white and black. m aa Regular price 83.30 yard A. Uv SATIN CHARMEUSB ao lack : ioaable shades of pink, sky brae, yes low, salmon, ttlae, gold, tan, ecartet. trope, taupe, old reae, Isyht bfwwa, ssg s, gray, tan and blast, printed with email white let LSt 2.M color deaigna, lust the 'Regular price a-oo yard 2. IS CREPE FACONNE -Imported; 4s bseh; smsll dssigns ; colors ysllow, gold, sal mon, Indian red, hlac, healotroaa, cnai Regular price 83.00 yard EMBROIDERED PONOBE SILKS La'tursl'lorm ' " email Summer Apparel For Women, aoo TAILOR SUITS -Light weight woolens ; soma of the season's beet models and materials. Regularly Sjo.oo to 84SO 19.50, 22.50, 27.50 90 DRESSES of Imported Foulard; smart, simple model; open front. 1 fi IjQ Regularly 830.00 aoo WHITE DRESSES - Daintily trimmed with lace and embroidery. A.50 Regularly 810.00 v 100 MOTOR AND DUST COATS -Bulgarian Unsa, natural shads; aUae is years to 44 bust. i OC il Value S6.00 to 88.30 4.3, U.UW FOR SMALL WOMEN AND THE YOUNGER SET. 30 RATINE DRESSES Most sttrae- srsaasmid.. 15.00 so LACE TRIMMED AND LACE NET DRESSES -Suitable for graduation. Regularly Ssa.so, 813-00 15.00,18.50 100 LINGERIE DRESSES Moat attractive models. A Cfl Regularly 10.00 leeJW Waists and Blouses All moat desirable Summer Styles many but a few days from the workrooms IMPORTED VOILE, BATISTE AND MARQUISETTE ivYAlSTS Hand embroidered; trimmed with Veaise, Irish and hand Cluny laces. 11 fill Regularly 816.73 I leeJV CREAM NET BLOUSES -Trimmed with fine shsdow lacs snd black fi CA maUae. Regularly Sis.00 0FV IMPORTED VOILE WAISTS- Trimmed with cream filet lace C 7C and blua ratine. Regularly 80.73 V e rDBNm BATISTE WAISTS - Trimmed with Irish crochet C CA Inssrtinxs. Regularly SS.so 'HI I CHIFFON CLOTH WAISTS (Open front) With white Testes, and trimmed with contrasting colore A Qs In silk. Regularly 86.30 at7F FRENCH BATISTE BLOUSES - Hand embroidered lace Insertion; y flfl collar tucked. Regularly 83 00 d-VW BATISTE AND VOILE WAISTS AND BLOUSES Lace and embroidery 1 9C trimmed. Regularly 8J.30 ' BATISTE WAISTS Fronts of embroidery and lace; low necks. Qs. Regularly 81.83 Wash Dress Fabrics BORDERED SCOTCH GINGHAM Finsst quality, some In crepe effects: extensive assortment of styles snd colorings, 46 inches wide. Regular price 83c JAPANESE COTTON CREPE la a variety of stripes snd colors; superior quality: 3 inches wide. Regular price 63c yard PRINTED FRENCH PERCALE -Wide rangs of patterns; 31 inches wide. Regular price 30c yard DRESS PATTERNS of exquisite bor dered novelties, consisting of cotton voiles, French batiste, marquisettea and grass linens ; beautifully embroid ered and printed. Regular prices 83.00, 88.75 and 81 J. 30 per pattsrn. Reduced to 2.25, 3.75, HIGH GRADE DRESS GINGHAMS in a large assortment of stripes, checks, plaids and plain colors ; j Inches wide. Regularly age sad 30c yard All Wool Challies Sheer and light weight. A splendid summer fabric 3J00 yards, in dainty figures and stripes. Values up to JC 85c yard. ExctfAlonal prfcs aFsIC Summer Lingerie Of Fin Wkil, Naink All from our regular stock. Lace and embroidery trimmed. Marked down folly i under former prices. Formerly Si .30 to 83.00 1.00, 1.50, 2.00 Formerly 83.7s 83.30 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 NIGHTGOWNS- a mm , 1C Formerly 88.30 to 830.00 4.4.3 to 14. 10 Formerly Si .00 65c, 1.00, 1.50 Formerly 81.00 to 81.30 65c, 85c, 1.00 Summer Hosiery For Women and Misses. 65c 45c 22c 4.25 18c OAUZB LISLE, black with white or col ored embroidered Inatepe. Regularly sec pair GAUZE LISLE, Mack or white, lass ankles. Regularly 30c and 73c pair MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON, Mack, also gause lists tea. Regularly 33c pair GAUZE SILEOUNB, black only, reinforced soles, hssls and toes. Regularly 83c pair SHEER GAUZE LISLE, Mack, colored hand embroidered Instep, white with self-embroidered Insteps. Regularly 81.00 and 81.13 pair GAUZE SILK, out sixes, black only, reinforced cotton tope and cotton soles. Regularly Si-J5 pair PURE THREAD SILK, black, white or tan. Regularly 81.30 pair PURE THREAD SILK (French), black and colors, hand embroidered, self clocks. Regularly 83.00 pair 3 fs PURE THREAD SILK, black or whits hand embroidered instsps, reinforced soles snd heels. Regularly Sa.73 pair Summer Gloves Women's and Misses'. PURE SILK -16 button length, hand somely embroidered ; si so fancy mash embroidered; colors, pongee, light and dark tan; also black. Formerly 83.00 pair PURE SILK a button and 2 clasp, brown, gray, pongee, light tan; also black. Sixes s' : and 6 only. Formerly $1.13 pair PURE SILK -16 button length; double f insr lipa ; all sixes ; in black and whits Vslus 81 .00 DOESKIN -1 button, white only; all sixes. Formerly Si. as pair 25c 25c 25c 39c 50c 95c 95c 1.75 r$5.00 1.95 1.25 75c 70c 65c Summer Dress Fabrics WHITE WASHABLE CORDUROY, sSlnch. Another shipment of thas pop ular material for suits, skirts, Ac. Regularly 69c yard 42c Regularly Si.xg yard 78c BLACK MOHAIR, 47 mehj fine an- ass ported quality. Regularly 81.30 yard V9C SUMMER WOOLEN FABRICS, as aad 46 inch, 1300 yards, at dscidsi price reducttoas to close. This lot SSSHsi plain aad striped voiles, gray striped "iSy-d 68c White Cotton Fabrics WHITE PlUB Cordureyreave ;threo ty inches wide. Regularly 30c yard 27c ALEXANDRA LONG CLOTH -Lightweight and aoft finish. sf Regularly Ss.oo. Piece of is yards 1.49 SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Especially for ladles' aad children's underwear. Regularly Sa.oo, Sa.aSi Sa-So. "" LM, 1.75, US WOOL FINISHED PIQUE Several eised cords; light weight and aoft fin ish; sn entirety new and meet attract ive fabric; "whits only;" . 40 incheo wide. RegulsriySi.isrard 75c Cotton Sheets Pillow Cases Actually 1-3 Under Regular Prices "WARRBNTO" - Superior quality -plana haaVd. SHEETS PILLOW CASES. 63109 53c sack 438H 15c ansa, 799 58c each 45JH lOcaack SW 65c each soxjSh 18caaeh oosnp 72c each 34x38 M 20c aaeh "CLYDESDALE" Our high-grade quality. SHEETS. Plain Ham. Hamattsshad. 63 65cach SOCaoak 7" 99 72c each 85c easts Sn 99 78caach 90caaah 90s 99 85cach 95c sash 00x108 95c each 1.05 aaeh 1 PILLOW CASES. 4S13SH 17coach 22c each 45jSK 18C each 23ceach 80x38V, . 20C aaeh 25c each 54138,.. .23c sech 28c each "QUEEN'S HOUSEHOLD BRAND" -Embroidered and scalloped and hand hemstitched (of British manufacture).' SHEETS 71x108 inch, 83 50 pair, at 3.95 00x108 inch, 86.73 pair. 5. IS PILLOW CASES tfM 36 lach, . M S1.83 pair, at 1. J3) 1 " as s 36 lach. p- 8a.ee pair, at 1.99 t J awma areVSf tat. 4Va WW) j