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THE EVENING WORLD. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918.
that the giving of a better rate of In
terest to foreign banks route! assist In
.maintaining the dollar' value
0FC0AL N SIGHT
R USE OF POOR
This Amount Is Additional to
Supply of Local Dealers,
Commissioner Day Says.
Now Yurie nty will not fnee a coal
STABBED AT A CELEBRATION.
four -I'nW at Cnrrn.ln llrlil Wlirn
ll'lilr l l)lriirlnl.
Flareo'llno Tarrailo of No, 61 Mott
Street Is drl.iR In the Coney lelni.d
1 fospltal nilh n slash across lils iibilo
men and stab wounds nil over his boly,
and four men arc held as accomplices
In an attnek on him. Oarrado wan one
of fifty Italians who attended a banquet
last tilaht at No. 2602 StilUell Avenue,
foney Island. lJarly th's inornlnc a
fisrht broke out and Carrado, after bclnc
stabbed, wss thrown Into a yard wxt
door while the celebration went on. Ho
(was found houra later by a policeman.
Vfter a round-up of the banqueters the
police locked up (llovannl IVAvIno and
frank Nappo. owners of the restaurant
where the fight took p'uro; Vltieunzo
rVlrnnn nl Kn. 11A 1 "n t 5fltli !tti-.t n.wt
shortage this winter If Commissioner Andrew Cuomo of No. 21 President
of Markets Jonathan C. Day lias Ills StT'KU "ro"kl"-
way. Ho will so to the. Scranton -
section of Pennsylvania and "Ign
contracts for hundreds of thousands
of tons of nnthraclto within n fow(
days. He lias n doflnlto offer of 30O,-,
COp tone, ho says, nml a tentative'
offer of two conslgtrThcnta of 200,000
each, to bj used In case the 300,000
tohs Is not sufficient as a reserve
supply for tho city. L. A. Snend,
represented the Federal Vnl Admin-,
Istrntlon n tho matter, whllo Com-1
mlssloncr Day was In closo touch
with Jlec.fc Kclilsy, New ork County
l,oenl coal dealers aro wondering
where Commissioner Day will store
such an enormous quantity. Figur
ing on h basis of thirty-five cubic
ftet to ono ton, they hay It would re
quire hundreds of city blocks to storo
that amount of coal. This plan, ac-
cording to the Commissioner, will
supplement the method of handling
of the coal rltimtlon by the local.
dealers. It will eliminate the whole
sales' commissions, n matter of 20
per cent., to tho advantago of tbe
This coal will be sold at cost, plus
tho charge of handling by tho city.
Any one i-.iuif lit profiteering will be
dealt with severely. The coal will be
delivered on tho bnsls of "fre'o on
board New York." Although not fin
ally determined, the prices probably
will be: Hroken, Jfi-BO: egg, JO. 10;
stove, G."; nut, $6.45, and pea,
Uccve Schley, County Fuel Admin
istrator, said he was willing that the
Commissioner should contract for.
the coal If he could pet It away!
from the mines.
The County Fuel Administration Is i
required to keep tabs on all dolly-1
erles of 100 tons and' over to office
building?, and of fifty tons and overt
to apartments and private dwellings.
Permits to obtain roal from dealers!
can be secured at No. 65 Hroadway.
Scores of small landlords Jammed the
olllce of tho Fuel Administrator to
day, eager to obtain their allowances. I
" BROKER DIES AT STATION'
F you are weak, languid,
nerveless; if your system
is undermined by overwork
or overstrain, build up,
tone up, brace up with
gjgjJ "Tho Red Blood Builder"
StaJy tAfs pMatt t you
will know how gonulno
Pepfcyn4tn It mtdo only by
M. J. DRE1TENDAC1I CO., New Yotk
Sold hy dru((ltto o-orywhoro
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY MORNING WONDErtS
nulkrlrr n. Jterirln Mrirkpn Walt
Intr for Tmtii lit c.reniTtlnh.
(Spfdtl Ic The Ere nin World.)
OnBBNWfClr. Conn.. June 11
Bulkeley n. Merwln, sixty-three ears
old. of 105th fltreet and Riverside Drive,
n New York broker, dropped dead on
the railroad platform hero this morning
when about to board a train for New
TorW City. Death was due to cerebral
Mr. Merwtn had rpent his summers
here for thirty years. He Is survived by
his widow and one son
59TH TO tOTH SmanHn30 AVENUE
It I l 9 V Er I H I ll'Alrt lr A 11 I .TV lJSf- - ill II 111 I I ' I I M II r 1 I 111 IJi il7m
I A RTOtsBL V ITS 55rra rz- 11 I RULU i .11
i !ov.ui'..t. , .a -i a s. w u
infXmS I OF 9 B A -i
PM ' " I f ' NLY fazd WEEK 1 '
BIG SEIZURE OF SECURITIES.
fllirrlff I.ptUh on llfnier stmt Illo
Griuiilr (or .liiititnient Crrdltom.
Mierlff DavHd II. Knott will sell In
the rotunda of the County Court House,
at noon on Juno 20, lfO.OX! shores of
capital stock of the t'tah Fuel Com
pany, par value $10.Oi4,(u). held hy the
Denver and itio Orand llallroad Com
pany, defendant. In the suit brought
by the Kqiuablo Trust Coimnny. Ha
trustee, on a judgment for f36,lsjK,62'J,
obtained asalnst the railroad company
on March 13, 191S. Attachments were
Issued against the property of the mil
rtxul company and notlcii was served
on officer of five local banks, where
tho defendant Is said to have accounts.
Secmitlfs, &.. amounting to S10.418.tOO
were attached by hhcrlff Knott a
CREEL ASKS $2,000,000.
Itrprrsentntlv's Drmnnd Ilonrd He
Ilrpnslhle to Congress.
WASIUNflTON. Juno 11 An official
status for th Committee on Public In
formation to make Its epcndltures sub
ject to Congressional supervision was In
ntsted on to-day by members of tho
House Appropriations Commltteo when
lieorgo Creel, 'halrmun, usked an appro
priation of 20(i0,u00 to run tho bureau
for the next fiscal year
Heretofore (ho Creel liureau has been
supported through a JIOU.000,000 emer
(tency fund which Congress gave to The
President nt tlio beginning of war, and
for that re,sn the bureau has been an
unofllrlal onjinlzatlon. A direct appro
priation from CongrcBS would make the
Chairman of the commltteo a public of
BATHTUB NO USE TO I. W. W.
"VVIInrm In ('IiIchko Trlnl 9ny
Nisir Tried Them,
CHICAGO, Juno 11. Activities of
the 1. V. V. In the lumber camps
of tho Pacifc Northwest were again
under acrutUy at the I, V. V. trial
to-day. J. M. Melville of Newport,
Wash , was on the stanJ for the
Attorney George Vandcrvcer, for
tho defense, tried to draw from him
n picture of thn hardships of the life
In the lumler Industry.
"Did yuu, up to five years ago, ever
dee u man hid in a nuiiu nouso7
"Nu," rep led the witness, "I didn't.
They r tutting them In now, but
lei ni ien you sonieiiunir'
Now in Progress
Great Sale of.
; Walters Players
QUEENSB0R0 BRIDGE SALE at Bioomtngdale Bros, means BARGAIN PRICES, and
the beautiful WALTERS PLAYER offered at the QUEENSB0R0 BRIDGE SALE
this year is one of the biggest bargains ever offered by our Piano Department
in the history of the house, 'Owing to the tremendous increase in the cost of ma
terials entering into the manufacture of player pianos it is very improbable that a
player of this style and quality can ever be offered again at $395. CALL TO
MORROW, SELECT YOUR PLAYER and w: vill arrange for Immediate Delivery.
FREE WITH EACH PLAYER
A liEAUTIFUL MUSIC CABINET
A BENCH TO MATCH PLAYER PIANO
12 ROLLS OF MUSIC (YOUR OWN CHOICE)
A HANDSOME COVER AND FREE DELIVERY
he Sure to Call Tomorrow and Select Your Vlaijer, Aa
Only a Limited Number Will Be Sold at Sale Price, $305.
The WALTERS Piano Factory has been preparing for the QUEENSB0R0 BRIDGE
SALE fcr months past, but owing to the dilficuhy of securing enough of certain ma
terials used in the bul'ding of these beautiful r-laycrs, they can only supply us with
a limited number of these instrumerts in time icr this sale, so if you wish to be one
of the fortunate possessors of a Waiters Player at this sale price of $395, be sure
to call tomorrow of mail the attached coupon and we will send one of our representa
tives to your heme, who will explain this Qqeensboro Bridge Sale offer in detail.
saw una of) our I. W. W.
ISacheii I'rwn .Stiitillliltij; of Ameri
can Dollar Alironil.
WABHINOrON. Juno 11. rranklln '
Escher o' Nut Yoik, a flnanelsl expert, i
told tho Ki'Ulo Hanking and Currency
Committee ti-dny Hint I.nmelintn strpj '
should be turn to stublliw the value
of the Amerhtii ilulUr abroad. Then. Is
na. real reasm, he sild for Pie Hr'.l. r
beta: at a llscount In SrVu,
If You Cannot Cull Tomorrow Mail Coupon
GENTLEMEN:- Kindly send me il.'uitrcled catalog and particulars rcjardinj your
Queerasboro Bridge Sale
ADDRESS ; ,.. n. W. U
BLOOMINGDALES PIANO DEPT.
r??Jl!1 Slreet FIFTH AVENUF 39th Stroot Excellent Cuiainc
Chlldrcn't Uarbcr Shop Fourth Floor.
Tel. Grcelcu 11)00
June Sale of Sweaters
Priced Much Below the Usual and Offered at a Time .
When the Summer Demand Is at Its Very Height.
Important special purchases made in anticipation of this event, enable us to feature the latc3t.
and smartest Sweater novelties. Models of every picturesque and practical type, in both the high
sport and staple colors, so effectively worn with Summer Costumes. All arc fit these special prices.
Complete range of sizes. y
New ileeveleu models in"
fish-tail or purl waist line
effects. All fashionable
Novelty Slip-on N
Shetland sleeveless model,
vith vari-color styles of fibre
silk in contrasting effect,
introduced at waist line, low
neck and arm holes.
Shetland Coat Sweaters
Light weight Sweaters on straight lines, with pockets,
sailor collar ami tassclcd sash.
Fibre Silk Sweaters
A new coat raoiel with
smart pinch hack; deep sailor
collar and sash.
I'lbro Silk Sweaters
Pine fibre silk of superior
quality and high lustres a
model on coat lines, belttJ
and button trimmed effectively.
Fine Shetland Stceatera
Imported Shetland Wool in lovely pastel shades; very
large sailor collar and tavieled sash.
Special Sale of .
Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases
At Reduced Prices
62x99 inches each $1.48
72x99 inches each $1.58
81x99 inches each $1.69
90x108 inches each $2.10
42x38H inches...: each 38c
45x26 inches each 40c
50x38i inches .....each 46c
Are Shown in Great Variety
English Curtain Net 45 inches wide, in
effective designs for living room hangings
Scotch Curtain Madras cream or white,
easy to launder and raiy to li.tng; 45 inches wide.
Figured Harder Scrim finest dpmcstfc
quality, in white or ivory; plain or striped centre,
with new shadow border
Calcdon Madratt Sunfast in shades of rose, I 85c
),u!tie, lavender ami yellow uunitea quantity;. J yard
Very Special for Tomorrow Only
Curtain Muslinx for Sash CurtainH
36 inches wide; four designs yard 19c
June Reduction Sale of Linens
Regular Stock nt Special
Season's Greatest Values
Standard Grades from Our
Reductions In Prices -The Sen
Pure Irish Linen
Damask Table Cloths
In beautiful round designs.
Far below our regular price
Reduced to $6.75
Reduced to $8.50
Reduced to $10.25
tNapkins to Match
Reduced to dozen $8.25
Heal Hand Embroidered
and Tea Napkins
Luncheon Sets, $4.95
Tea Napkins, .
Odd " Dcrryvalc" Pure Irish Linen
Damask Table Qlolhs
2x2 yards. Reduced to...$4.50
Odd "Dcrryvalc" Pure Irish Linen
Reduced to dozen $4.95
Three Fine Turkish towel Values
In colored boroers only.
Uelow manufacturers' wholesale prices
Each 35c, 50c and 75c
Hemmed Huck Towels, re
duced to, dozen, $2.95
Continuing Throughout the Week
Several Thousand Pairs of New
White Pumps, While Oxfords, While
High Shoes, and White Sport Oxford
At Unusually Low Prices
This large and interesting sale of white footweai
prcscnis the very newest effects in Lord & Taylor standard
White Canvas Sport Oxfords with white rubber sole.
White Canvas I'umps with white soles and covered Louis XVI
Fine white Canvas Oifordi with Lciis XVI hetls.
I'inj white Canvas Opera I'jinps with small ribbon bow
White Canvas Oxfords with white military heels .(covered or of
V hite Canvas laced boots with military heel
White Iluckskin Oifords with imitation wins vamps and
Fine white Kidskin Oafords with Louis XVI heels.
Fine white Kidskin I'umps with l.ouii XVI httls.
Fine white Canvas laced Iwots with Louis XVI heels
White Kidskin liiRh cut laced boots. . . . $9.75
It Is already evident that white Shoes, because of their comfort, smart
ties uml economy, "III enjoy uii uitruordlnnry popularity tliia aeuion.
Your attendance Is curdlutly Invited.
Buy War Savings and Thrift Stamps
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