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TBI ITIHIMO WORLD, WI0I1IDAY, JUV1 II, m.
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TALL COLLAR WEARHtJ
WHOSE A ATA ATTLRE
TURSE1) SHAKE'S FAfUGS.
Prlnaes OU ilii.iuiM. i of
An.i. Qol tgliie of Ui Uw l
Ml occu;: itlmi . worrying Ih
gorrr! ,.:! .'i t!i ouM.y.
gone an: nlsa;itirarel again, i
the second lima in .1
, l:i WW r 1 " Ml) aire"!, an
on Momla that MM mj
I tli mm .l.i it- n. I. in I'Mr,
through :l.e li.ilin I'onaulat.
a hm. t . iijinorutii srlara and
tii uuur: he .mi hoihy, n i
At S . ioJ ,i,r neat ynnrnln t j
th apait . rn.a I" myatBiioiis I
Tu. a.lit . Mm wa !sac stain.
H i-.or aa,:'.."
lajr a RMUi iiouful a Baa
ei Hi .Mr i i i.u'iii minim..
I tM th Campania which left
t.ua r: ..irn.nfc. When UN I
gl'rn;.'"' in- I "v degree of !
Hat "he iiurn 0 1 to m i
aje didn't uiin. I ht 'ng Ml I
lit all ' 1'' -I'lV! Una ' .
wa HM .nil in oocipy a
dnigi.i tin- ir rr me hti wit'i
nil., l.'.-i. '.,,..; ilia !
tgilcah and told the '.'Inrlc la
II Inquir rt that hei addren
n. A few mlnuti MM
e:uil in talk with a tnaatri-
who ' Inclinad. a.-
hla talk v. :th tha trlephuii
apitalix the notoriety achieved
to Evening World repnrtrr
i rar nai i nil n ii i w ii mm
w ii"i I. mm inr irMM
i of Icaa Interest to this offlr
know; wa da not oar Good
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HIGH COLLAR SAVED
HIM FROM FANGS OF
aaM Wieder, "but hereafter t aAifttl
wear them even If I am half rooked.
A anon ait I liart recovered fnm my
f'txht I arlaral a .rl gel anil started !n
pursuit of tha snake, but ha crawled
off In'n llM lirjrh."
Wieder i polnn to iry and raptur. a
Jlmlare on fia net trip to Nicaragua.
Terrible Snake Sprang at TOrd
Officer Wieder in Jungle,
1ml Hit Only Linen.
Carnegie's New Work
From London Via
, Out. Jun. H. Tha To-
ambllahaa tha , allowing dl-
N, England. J ana U. It aa
on tha baa authority
oafaranra on Monday of An-
with Bmparor William
V haJ t m r m n.i n I mrnm fl.in .
Carnofla, aucurdlnc to raport.
lal oradcntlala of Uroat Drlt-
tha United Htatra to maka
ravin ui nrui iki iiiiib ii
trtpla alllanra of paaca bo
tbaaa ihfa graat nation, to
and anavrc paaca of tha otvl-
4iM baltavad whan King Oaorga
tha rfrnt royal nuptlala In
Taa openad tha way for i'ai-
ipreiantatlwv (or fia two grant
snu tiatlnntt An nrritni lo
propuaal ll In tha form of
r afraamant. whlcli will ma-
laaaan propoaad lnr.raaraa In
ta and guarantaa paa md
rMU balwaan tin- nattona Oarmany,
tain ami tha Unltad Statu '
$146,000 LOST IN MARKET
SAID TO HAVE BEEN STOLEN.
Rytni f-aiisc Arrest of Walter
Uurke. Real Lstatc
A litilu Mttsf of alrvcn ilay, but
not In Ma futor, gliMttl Wa'.li-r A.
Hurkd. a rat limn abMlof of No.
Park tvnniif, to fna Malmi'iite tin n
In til CfAtfV Street I'ollra I'ourt to
dny on a 'hnrtr of Ilia l.irreny of 12". 000.
A ' h.n'k for llM amount date I Juna
2). '. waa part o! the t vldrura agnlnat
lluii.i'. Ten othi i- tltHtlll tor a tota'. of
tltfi.iVI all proved to be mora th.'tn five
vecra old. and a.'tir Tereni'e J M -lanua,
attorney for Uur'.ve, contended
they were outlawed Mniintrnt Itraen
rfued to take theni iii.
Proircutlon of Burke on a larceny
charge I the outrrowtb of a rtvll ult.
till pr'idlnc, begun by Mr. Iteglna
BuiM.rmr .u.ilnat Allan A. ltv.ni A Ilroa..
atock hrokcre. Ryan, a aon of Tlmmna
Kortunr ltan. la reajiotialble for tha
pmaecutlon of Hurka.
Burk waa executor of tha oatate of
hU alatar. Mr. Matilda n. Brown and
truilc of tha Iruat fund Irf-pto her
dauibtar. now Mr. Haportaa. Mra.
Haportaa arciiacd lturkn of Having
pent tias.aw In stock aucculntton with
tha Ryan. Th Ryan then charged
Burka with the larceny of th amount
Mr. McManua aei led no cuac bad
been made out agalnat Hurkn. hut Mag
latMte Brecn put the cato over until
iwx. Mondiv tuat AtMtJml 1 Mt'.l ! At-
toitiey leo might lmv. nn opnoflonlty
f preneiit'.ng testimony to t!ic iTe -t tbHt
Burke had admitted tvkdij the trust
The Prln Aiiguat Wllhalm of th
llaintiurg-Anierlcan linn arrived to-day
from Weal Indian poita with 211.000
iitinrhn of banana. I be. atury of the
I thick egl fgfj evr an aouth of 11:
tern and M tile of the tlilr.l ofllcer,
, whoan life wn laved by a high collar.
The fun vina IfefflM ktd :20 mile
ninitli Of II iiierai Oft . Moulay night.
Aliiintt without warning, about 9
I o'clock, the fofj fell and If waa Im
I poaallili' to gM from the gfMffl to the
I foremnat. I'or two hour the ablp
oart-iv i;i --I. ii niiiKini i'ii- main
hl'lcoua with aoyaggklan a'.ren and
biKimlnv nhlntle. At II o'clock the
fog lined a auddenly aa It liad fallen.
The ahlp'H offlcnra aald It waa the worn
tatty er encountered nnd the flrat
they had met ao far aouth.
While the I'rlnz Auguat WUhelm waa
I lying In Pearl Lactiem. Nicaragua, tnk
! Ing carito. Third officer Oerhard Wil der
had hla adventure. He la an ardent
collector of tnotha and butterftle and
had gone Into th jungle In queat of
ape unen lie had caught particu
larly beautiful Inaect In hla net and
looped to tin k up hla prlae when he
wa BtrucV a blow on th neck that
nut him apranllng.
When lie aaw th cauae be acrambled
to bis feet faat enough. A anake, known ,
In those parte a the Jlmbaree and
deadly poiaonou, had atruck him.
Wieder affect exceedingly high rol-
lars. In fact, were It not for hla eara j
they would engulf him completely. To
this he attrlbutea hla life, for tha fang
of the )l i i.iree coul.l not penetrate the
stiffly alarched linen.
"Th.' 'Hilars are warm In th tropica,"
GET A TEN CENT
box of mm
Keep your liver and bowels ac
tive and you feel bully
Put asiile jujt once - the Salts. Cn
thartir Pill-,. Castor Oil or purgative
wntera, which merely force a paaiageway
through the ImweN, but l not tlior- 1
oughlv ritghag, freshen ami purity lhee
drainage or alimentary organ, and liavr j
no effect whatever upon I lie liver ami
K. ep feaf inside tffUU pure and I
freah with I nrcl, whieb llioroiighlv I
clcanae I lie atomucli. remove the umli
geateil, aoiir and fernientliig lood and
(oul gaaea, lake the e oa liilc (ruin I lie
liver and curry out of the aystem all the
eonatiinted waate matter nnd poiaona
in the ililealinca and liowela.
A I 'nacnref tonight will make you (eel
great hy morning. They work while you
aleep-- never gripe, sicken, and coal only
III cent a Inn from your druggist. Mill
ion of men and women lake a aacaret
now and then and never have Headache,
lliliouanesa, coated tOBgtMi Indigestion,
Sour Stomach or (,'oiitlipiitcd liowela.
Caacareta belong in every household.
Children ioat li ve 'o tnke them.
The Last Days the Most Sensational of All
Stocks & the 14th St. Store Stocks
At Final Reductions
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RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT.
The ORII I N K treatment for the Drink
Habit ran be used with absolute confi
dence, ll dest rova all desire (or whiskey,
beer or other ntroholic stimulants. Thou
sands have successfully used it and have
been restored to Uvea of sobriety and
usefulness Can be given secretly.
Coat only 11. 0 per box. H you (ail to
Ret result from OllHINE after a trial.
f our money will be refunded. For sale
iv Kikrr-Hegeman Drug Stores. Ask
them (or free booklet telling all about
atMesfiraUaew treiu lernw
ae-m. 9.8 3 Down fgQ
f 75.M 5 " 75
5 99.18 7.M.. too
WBITE rK ( ATAI.OU. MAILED I'RKK
$1 A Week Open an Account
any Bngllak Oak xtoekar and Arm
craajr. BDnoiatra la Boston u en
la.tkr,anfl BarlyBBgUah Oak I
i mnMg mt
at Both Store.
riii v'j i JsUTJa
Sunday World "Wants"
Work Monday Wonders.
WITH A BASEBALL BAT.
Breaks Hip of Old Woman,
Is Found Lying Between
' 0Or4y of th Tiamont
called the penmen t house
S Hughes avenue by the blow-
number of police whlatles,
Mtnielf osnfrentad by Jamas
locomotive engineer, wlra
bjseball bat In til face
he attempted to sp
ot his flat. Between
Mra. Elisabeth Mo
la agony. N
fainted ami trl.kd Qrogan
drive at him with tha
darted In and atruck him on
with hla Rat. Orogaji rr
Just aa th policeman pounced
i and the two wrestled down
9$ S tail before O'Urady subdued
BROADWAY TAKES FIRE.
MO Wofkasvw Flee In Panic Krosa
There waa a fire In Broadway thla
afternoon. Not In a building In Broad
way, but In the atreet Itself. Home
thing went wrong with th wires In a
conduit under th wet aide of the
thoroughfare near the corner of Prince
atreet, where there ta a wooden cover
over the new aubway In process of con
struction Klamce from the conduit get Are to
the wooi'en pavement, and In a moment
the atreet waa burning merrily. The
amoke went down as well a up, and In
a trlee 9) workmen In the aubway tun
nel wire In a panic' There wan a wild
rush for tha exit near frlnre street.
Firemen fought the blase with aand
water waa out of the question with the
electric wire. Traffic was tied up near
ly thirty mlnutea aa a remit of the
No Deposit on $200.00
Worth ot Furniture
"Big Tin" to Return Kaon.
IjOXDON. June 1. --Timothy ll. Sulli
van, who with hla brother Patrick and
Ur.' Kennedy ta stopping at a hotel In
Torquay, refuses to talk until h Is In
better health. Hla plans are uncertain,
but he hopes to return to New York
for th Fourth of July.
Orogan, tha daughter
woman, told the police-
art bar husband had been beat
another with tha baaetall bat
4 family aouabble. Dr. Coloao
Mrs. McTa.be to Harlem Hospital
lis) was found to be broken. Mag-
. Larry la Morrlaanla Court held
t without ball to await tha reeult
MaCabe s Injuria.
BMf Motee Mrrle.
IMOTON. June 11. A "quiet
waa solemnised to-day at th
Mrs. A. H. Col man. It wag
the principals wera all
They were Mlaa Barak L I
tmon B. Allay of Koanok. !
r aad Rev. Arthur 1) Bryant. For
of those who win esaed ttha '
Wllbort aouder translated I
I language response
Don't merely ask (or roach powder or
bed-bug liquid MM lOT
if you want a poaitive scientific ex
terminator. DEADINE ii non
poisonous nnd stainless.
Bead la liquid tor I Deadlae powder for
Bus. . . . f.V IMe I Roai-ha l(o ilSc
At All Drug Stores.
THE LKWY IIKMK AL CIMIAMV, N.V.
144-146 WI2ST-H St. near7t-AV.
What Do We Mean I
Exactly this: we mean that you can purchase
from us any amount of Furniture, Beds. Bedding or
Rugs up to $200 worth, and have them sent home
without leaving a deposit. Just come and see if
you can't 1
COMPLETE BEDROOM SUITE
Brass Bed, Spring and Mattress.
Chiffonier and Dresser
Juno II. Th Vaughn
y. OQ of th largest
ml art leather of New K ru
le-day by Are.
front a In. awSk
2 (or 25c
Back 1 In.
Tbs Issasi i the aewejt aal. s yet,
aaumtattd wide swsrpmf iroat afToct tk
omig aad Raauast mm 'a aaUat-lad.
Pm IQB ft CO. TROT
The bed is excellentJv desicned with 2-inch continuous posts
and 1-inch fillers, in satin or polish and guaranteed lacquer.
The Spring is made of woven steel wire, and iron supports,
while the Mattress has a soft tufted top. The Chiffonier and
Dresser are both constructed of thoroughly seasoned golden
oak. with plate glass bevelled mirrors, carved tops, shaped
standards, and wood knobs on drawers.
II. M Week
llurlae J.lv aad
SSS St o l'lo.
Dining Room Table
The Sale ot Trunks and Suit Ca es
That Hah Proven a Tremendous Success
A clearance of our own stocks, together with several opportune
priais. The lugsaite sale of Hie srasonl
$4.00 and $1.50 Dress Trunks
A leader that ha' our comp l.tort wondering how
we can make this low price poaubl.
Made of baaawood, covered
with waterproof cantan.
ah! "t Iron hottiam. Hollit
Inaaa trlmmuiK. Ilasg
from 28 to .12 tnche.
Sensational value at
I. IN) Leather Holt Caeee OooJ
srair iiatlier o'er all-atetl fram; f ur
ii ..ie itrspa: leai -r mil m If
at. . hiess lota sad 7 fl
leather gait Cases His 2 anal
SB inches: cloth lined; steal frsaw:
lii.lde ui.'ket ahlrt fold; alrsp all
BSSBBgl IJa.'k and la-llnw.
gaSBS, Berilsrlr : M.
else Hall Inch:
ateel frames, metal
enfnera; braaa locks
I laaaentmt. ) ,
Hale l.raihrr Hull use :
"f I '' t.lll n.wluija I 1 1 i with
frame cloth llngf; inicIisI shirt
ai l nn icalli- rianille,
in .i h!h: rlTue ram.
Bj s aea
I .1 and
isai aim pii MaCa
with csU'h; rrfuli'l.
Tango Coats 01 am sak Bennaiine
(That Find No
Equal for Ikss
! i ii aiii.'iuai
Than $1.50 and
In fact, there are many included
that were priced in our regular
stocks at $1.98. We are bound
to make a drastic clearance.
Sheer white lawns, with beauti
ful all-over embroidered waists, d
The skirts are in the new plaited models, with deep em- S
broidered flounces. Sizes 6 to 1 4 years. T
Girls9 Repp Dresses f
Reduced frnm Much Hiaher Prices
S ityles to select from.
acalloped rrnkwoideries and fine laces.
'ink. blue, tan or white. S 6 to 14 years
Effectively trimmed with
id fine laces. Skirts in
leated moJrli. finished with large pearl buttons.
( Set nnd floor. I
ill 'HI II Bill I llassssssW -aaBaBBBBT s
i m v
A model so smart and charming, so much in
style that it will appeal to all stylish dressers.
In fact, the garments will surprise you for
the lowness of the price. Rich, long roll shawl
collars and turn-back cuffs of contrasting color
silk Fastens with silk frogs. Also models
of yarn dyed satin and silk p an de soie. Sizes S
14 to 18 for misies and 32 to 46 for women.
2-Piece Balkan Coat White
Serge Dresses . $(1 93
Made eTinequslity white serge, whit K "
with black hair line stripes, blue coati
and white skirts. Coati sre smart cut- WW
away effects and tinuhed with silk
turn-down collars and cutfa Patent leather belts.
are prettily draped and slashed at the aide.
U99 tod To-f
There Never Were Greater Shoe Values Than These
Women's $3.00 Pumps & Oxfords
and large flat
with rose on
side, all white
snaps with pink, white or ligh blue trimmines.
Oifords, pumps and ankle-strsp
pumps a' patent colt. kin. patent
kidakin, black velvet and satin.
Also pumps of white canvas, with
or without strap. All sizes from
J'-, to a, and
B to EE.
laU In all dsslra
Men's $3 Shoes
and Oxfords $ .49
All size and widths (ram 5 ta
II, and E to EE. marked at
CtiLdren s White
SPk . ' Mmm. Mtm.
uresses n . oric
Fine aheer lawn elab
orately IrimmeJ with
intrrtion of fine em
iroi Jcry an J lace. Wide
iiounre, skirt tucked
with fine lace insertion.
Low n ek and short
sleeves. Sizes 2 to 6
Slipa of line nainsook,
tucked yoke with fine
sleeves finished with al
narrow hemstitched ruffle MC
of firm Masonville muslin; full width:
deep hem with five tucks. Size . .
1 to 12 years 1C
Children' Sample Cuimpa
sheer lawn, daintily trimmed with inser
tion of fine embroidery and ftp
lace tucked back and front. Arkr
Sizes 4 to 14 years anlWV
I Second Flos.
H.00 to $1.25 Undermuslins
STORE OPEN SATURDAYS TILL 10 O'CLOCK
F.ve of the Many
Styles 1 lustrstfQ Above
In fact, the largest variety of styles ever shown at so low a price. Combination corset
cover, and drawer, or skirt. Prince., .lips in white snd colon. All garment. -0X.
trimmed with linen or Valenciennes Isces. medallion, snd filet embroideries. flf-TVl"
HI.. . :- L- -' rnll.i-tinn wnrl'l Ira. than SI Hfl CVmirm al V
rssjs a grmcm in uk ,,..- ...... -
, ( Second 11
A Reducing of Our 35c and 50c
Silk and Lisle Hosiery
For Men and Women M a
All the popular styles and makes. Pure thread silks, fine
if II J ... 1 ll a ...
gauge lines ana importea cotrons, in piain oiacK, wnne.
tan and colors. A II fashioned with double heels and toes
and elastic garter tops. Pair at
Boys' aid Girls'
These are sli(ht second of a
regular ISc grade.
All black, guaran
teed fast colors. All
sizes. Stockings of
a grade known to
wear well, A pair
a"""- I Main floor.
Men's 25c Cclloa
Every pair i. perfect re
dured from our own atocka.
Double heels and toes, fast
black with unbleached split
sole and heels. Good wear-
ing r a a t a ,
Women's 35c Black
Black, tan and white. Full
fashioned and seamless. Dou
ble heel, and toes and cot
ton topi. A
grade that is
at 3ic. Pair
Alex. Smith' 8 9x12 Seamless
Wilton Velvet Rugs
In iif i J. .r awl
rUllI li ,'Jiti n.i.
Mir 111", HortU
These rugs have a rich, silky nap of such a char-
acter not found in any other make THcy wear
for years and do not lose their colorings. Choice '
of a vast assortment of Persian design. Re
member, seamless, which insures double life to any
$15.00 Smith's Soaml.es All
Wool Brussels Rugsi .ire 9il2
woven in one niece; 20 design.
to select from, suitable for all
Crex Carpet Rugs
. in (til ' ml till
border orrocta; in
40 Yard Rolls Pure Linen Warp Mattings mjjfj
No room to store these matting, and that is the reason for this sensational M
low price. All the new desirable patterns and colorings.
$8.4)0 SmlUt'a Seamless Brussels Ruga tr 07
aiental and fUral cWsiasvv bVtsb in ana psac in Uut twenty Afferent patterns. mfwl
ularly tlQO; spacial f
$1.00 Grade Celebrated Nairn's
at a Square Yard
and our sale price
is just about the
price aKea tor
print linoleum. Inlaid meant the
colors go through to the kg k. All
granite pattern-, full 2 ya ds wide.
Thi celebrixtcd m.k of I noleum
is extensively advertised and is
very rarely iold for les than it
regular pnee of SI.OJ.
Wild's 49c XXX Cork Linoleum
It' a standard product that every housekeep'
knows. 2 yards wide, si s pattern, no rsmaant
daaler invitad to buy; per aouryard . .
mmm l ii .a Bsal j -' . m fi Cgafa.