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Expert Battery Service
Tf ytytu storage battery nrcds repairing, renearing r,r test
m5* put it np to ?mr expert? inspection ire-.
we eli HSL Batteries with th?** fanous machine-pasted
. r and durability, .vi/r- fur .ill ? 1rs,
A. J. PICARD & CO., Inc.
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OL Per MONTO ON
70 PLEDGE OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
OF NEW YORK
Applications for loans of large
amount* will he considered at
the office at Fourth Avenue
end 25th Street.
M \ Ml \ II IN
Fourth Avenu? 1 r. 1 ?<?? Street
i . Rivini n St.
East H '? -> '.
Seventh A?... I . * Wth St?.
. L'4h St
r. ( ! ntl n St.
F. 72d St.. bet, Lexii toa *?. M Av?.
I BJ 'I. Ax., cor. 1275h St.
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Smith Si. ? ? I htmfjatog St.
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CHICAGO LIMITED
Lftvc Haas fart 1 P M.? D L. & W.R.R.)
V. (I.: -aja 2 P. M. (M. (. R. R.)
ht. Chkaa- 4.55 P. M (Ni-cM l'Ut?)
ikkl.r OFFK ES
?fBMHHBI (<>r. Wall s?.
?li'' J RroaH- P*rV PI.
|KiaMWawjB v*?v nstd ?.r
H?^^r*W^I^ 42d st.
B'klyn. r.05 Fulton St.
State Police Buying Horses
Force Gets 230 from British
Remount Department
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York
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"April 31 " on Funeral
Uni ( anses 1 .awsuit
Woman ?Saya Aanea Afe No1
1 lushriiul's, for I If* Dud ?May >
A ft z the
r?f a hum.?. g the chief ?
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"April -:t
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Fire Record
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Anarchists Send
Threats to Court
In Goldman Case
"You Will Soon Meet Your
End," Content, U. S.
Prosecutor, Is Told
tnce to Assistant
. .. ? ? ? ,
-, , teni demand ni
?.layer that he '
Iman nr.d Alfxand-r
narel ita, wera made
- -. ' of letters r?
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FJ kmai ? ho are
.;n! car!], are '
?fore ?Tudg Mayer
.. on eharffi
. iel
.waa obi
:o of
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t ;,--* ]..'.".*h - '
? i that
had
. ontent
saul:
"*i ? our end."
'
? *. coming 'CIT ,
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hand' riting poa . ked Wash- ,
. 11, i '' nd two
t to Ju? ..-? Mayer
i d for "the pro
...
11 al of t h e
Floi
Hi liman and Nina
Bull, <
Clrealara \ tgei ProteoSa
.?-? hare bean In ?
? bj JI eir?olar mailed last Sat-j
urday from 31 West Fourteenth Street,
. Content Mr. I ontent learned
. . . th? ind of thea? elreu
. ad been mailed to ana!
.- protests be arrU
ten ? . authorities
i reular wa gi . ' ? irgaret C
nd ss
? . Cttttei Next ?Vedne?
. n and Ak (antler Bark? '
. .
- ? riptlon bill. i I ?.>' tneo
. ina ol
. the bill.
. . They
tiny. En
i ? . r will the
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mean? of
W? kno? thnt
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A
. ierra- ?
. age In ?M- CO mlrjr. i'i ? ?? ? I
Sendera To Be Proaeentcd
were givei I
investigation. Mr.
. aten
ad. "No
. ? . . ? . .
he "No one i?
.? eelpt
ettei
Precautioi hy I nited
Fruits and Vegetables
CANNING i
and
DRYING
I DEMONSTRATION
under the direction
ofthe
Unless you know
all about canning
visit
'5
TRIBUNE INSTITUTE
DAILY at
MACY'S
this week!
TI'.'* Tribune Instituir culinary expeitl are
?riung <t wonderful dcmonMrahon of canning
and drying of fruit? and vegetables, under
the condition? that \"u can follow ?righi ?in
your own home.
it is ? ?ort of family githering, where \nu
can feel at home, a"-k all the (|ue?.tions you
like, and take part in the work if you wish.
ihil i? the preif cann'tip \r-,ir. If you pre
-rr\e fhe perishables now you can go far
* w ird treducini the httrh cost of living next
winter.
Don't mist? this instructive demonstration
every ?day t!:is week in rVlacyi Ba?ement.
Bring your friend?.
Tomorrow Is
Green Vegetable Day
Statats Marsha! Thoma' D. McCarl
?r?vent unauthorized p<*r?or.s from at
? ,. ? . opening of 1 Irla to-day.
t eredentia
d0<n that th? have . * - there arill
be p< tater 1 .-.room.
. u . atitin w 11 be
\.. .rry Wein?
. .-.
.- ?
Anarchists Claim
Non-Residence, to
Dodge State Census
Eran ' n and / ??.-? let tk ? -
man will *.* ? . . - - E. ?'.
Goadi lirector
. ?
... ?.? ?Vail
?he-,r attorney, accepted the ?service of
. . . nan for thei ' ' a?"*'!
. . . . ? ? . . Bat
? .
?
ghi ? have been
?
*? ?
; ??
have
?a. . ed
with the law.
? . .
. ted
city would appt ". ! ' .
estim?t?
(
day. Fortj
? ? the eil
,ind ?rill b? pivr
th good
.
?'hjitBi.. ?. G. H
'n'. ? ? - .... aal ni|
Alban .
itate military registi
had I
reg?ate red
? m
Chauffeur \ leid for
Abduction of Girl
lound After 2 Days
Robert 1.
the apart ti
l?rive, notil ed the ;
loi ' - : ?' . .?? Eula
had been
\ tam
later between seventy-t
?lr??..l (!<.:. ctives,
the Crus,
All ?lay l?rii;sr they combed the
and laat ni)
?
. ooney, a chauffeur, I '?'. es1 li
ti ' held m $20.000 bail, c1
with her i ; . be ?
Eula haa a renee,
.great sil .. t?n
tera a ? nding
takei : ? ted to
. eeity.
\ . .
? !ir> 1
. . ? .
the girl wa
? r to i
Recording "'
him t ? .'
'.
.
n, Weller sa . i him,
. ! the
. .
(I
led foi
? ' , refused 1
I me.
Your fruit W?n't
Spell If You U*r
RED RUBBERS
/ lav Ft At
Sottoier?j? .
?8pt ''' r- memAmi i-r rr,M park ..
! Baaapi ?newI okcnprammi ,
.. . ii iv..r? mtatmmj?? . '.-t:h'mat
mt .n.-al-i?. Adare?? Dtpurtmmt
BOSTON WOVEN HOSE & RUBBER CO.
Cambridge, Mai?. ^"i)
'?-..?.
- -
- .
Hint cf Suicide Pact
Between U.S. Soldier
And New York Girl
Sergeant Alexander V. rote
\ rirnds of Intention to
End Iii? Lire
.
Fosea, i
. * ?
ites Coasl
ind dead in a
?
prove eoi hat I
Lieut? .
'
been st
. rieht, i
? ? . .
Kian on th?
: Baltimore I
.
. lieh he m H ? ;
i. '
.
. no1 g1 developed
here I -, ther or
ried, I
rvera ?
I for I
(?.natif Colton.
al irday, said
Lieut 1er rot prr
>.] to go '?'? ' fork,
.hip waa then ata
irried He .- *
" t l.-en'e M??rr? ml
!.. . .',.. . i ,?.,?' ring
ned i
I
the ?hip. prp?umably to get the !'<*<?nse. I
Th*' \?;I>? the \ift -ecu of him h
1
Dog Fancier Charges
Partner with Assault
Women I ?ike Dispute Over
Money to Court
Mra l ' ' .. 11 nn, dog melar, of 17
tat, cauaed ti
.'. . . :i a Charge of Bl
. ' oth, thirty nina yearn
V. t Fort; . ?
partner i tua bush i ol
ishion.
The woman have conducted their dog
v.. . Fort* -:?.'.
Tester ?ajr. Mra.
i 'old " Marah in V ?.?
rd Mrs Booth foi j
a bill. A ii;
d, Mr?. Dm .
Booti.tek her
?
[| ' loth denied 'he a??-nult. j
. . . Ijourned I
? ?:. 'o di?
Mr i. Donn told the
" ' ' . ' | i
*'. - di . ta ?. y ira,
whieh ..'? it $1
Hear 22 Witnesses
In Mooney Trial
Anarchists' Conspiracy Cul?
minated in Bomb Out?
rage, State Contends
Twenty-two
I bj tho
stat? to day in an attempt to prove
that Mra. trial
murder c1. out of th?
t July, a
.
met
...
- . , pro?'
. . .1 unlawful a.** ? of Mr?.
? Wai
ist two of *a horn
were sentenced to death und lil
r on? of the
murder?, fi
to li . i tat?
.
.'Mr and
g to start
. last
? re t e s i n
..... ting of I bree
?lectric pr..*>er to?
i 01 . IO, 1916
the stat
' - - lefendanl
?.. '
Mrs. Briggs Held
On Charge She Got
?Money Foye Stole
[ x ( onvict Swears He Gave
Her $21.000-Tell* oi Talk
With Hrr Husband
I earing in < - -r. .
Magistrat*
. n prima 'ace ?casa
bill ed ?against Un
\ . Briggs, a ia charged
"- ; 0 of the $'
1?U3. Th?
.
?. ... )nt)
Pi
for his
.
Ha re| t lengl
ric Con
-
... | gi?/ i por
. I ? -
li ipport of
i te, I I, waa b? ta ia? - I
red le told the
that he ha?l already pa'd
0 which he
1 week or ao from
. ? . the ollie
ind . . ?
. . . i . ?toi Street, Brookl>ii,
? ?
Ile denied th it id ma
B gea. and
?... ...
. ? ach th?* 121,
that he i ii .
? r?.
Later, he continued, ;
.hut h?? could not recover the moi
told h i itorj to ,ii . .
Norman J. Fitxaimmol I, of ?21 William
? ?
\v liant J. Lemont, in 1918 women's
teller al th? lister Tru?>* Company,
Briggs la laid to have de
. ! the money, ?testified that he
rec? gi lefendant, and remem ?
. ime whan ihe opai ad her
mt under the name of E tabeth I'
, -it. he said, was made
t* rember, 1913, and waa withdrawn
on May 20, 1915.
Magistrate
Rrotel said ea
... .....
ann nut; ce ii that th<? ?tate liad ? I
lohn B
l '..', ?. counsel for Mrs Brlgg .
. ? ,
Friday, - ? that he ? uld be j?:.?. ara I
rear out a writ of habeas corpua,
trate Rrotel laid ''nat he
?.'?. ? . i. et ti i for July I
?>-_-.^
Windproof Shirt for Navy
U. S. Orders 200,000 for Use
of Mm on Patrol Duty
- . ;. | Bam
Wa I : gt .', Ja 26 Contrasts for
windpi ins, ta east 9'
. hav?. been awarded t>y the S'avy
.rtmrnt to ?' Kenyon <*? Co., of
ITork, and the S Eleanor Company,
: Bank, N. J., each cone:--. |
furniah half of the entire allotment
These garments ara part of the ?ane?
ri?] uniform to be furnished American
.,
. r -, ? ,
gri ii
The uni forms wer?
.- on of '.he Navy De?
partment. TI . mtracts call for wind?
I and rainproof garments with c
ment? ?1 and itrapped -
Delivery will begin within thirty
? .?mpleted li
montha.
Woman Writer Dies at 93
Katharine Sarah Macquoid
Left Many Travel Books
Lond at ?Katharine Sarah
:.'.;. novel .- and writer
of travel Ko..'-.., \.c-,\ hera to-day, it I
She wa ?
' ? . - 21
Uti . t writing did not
aa thirty?
. '.'
I ehind
I and ' ravel,
. - si ort -*.??" ?
v . .- | sr booki were
Burney," "Patty.*1 "1
? ii Sot
r," "Diane," "1 "Lil
th Fifli a Littl V ..-?? ?." " \
Wi.r.l of the K . .:. ' i Vii ga
? hr..n?<-> "
...?*^*-^^:'/'.-':.'^^^ aamWmmmmWB,
Entire Stock of
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Fancy Suits Reduced
Excepting Dixie Wents, Palm Beaches, Mohairs, Silks, Blue and Black ?Suits
Every Fancy Suit $1 Q.50
$22.50 or less. 1^
Every $25 $10.50
Fancy Suit
Every $2s O c
Fancy Suit
22
25
27
32
38
NO Charge ?^i' Altcr.it inns
Every $*30 and ?$;i'j.:?o ?SOT.50
Fancy Suit.
Every $:r> and $40 $00-50
Fancy Suit .
Every $45 and $50 $00.5C
Fancy Suit .
. Wallach Bros.
BroadwA* below i I itnberaSl 'linn! ?.*..< (.r I ?_"_'(! SI . opm
Broadwaj. I or 19th Bl 246-248 Weat 120th Si . Evening*.
.^T^r-T-j.':' -....,.>::,:;:::: J:;:::::::::: J.J^
Tiie
Wednesday. June 27, 1917
This department i? engaged in ?eprsrating the ?heep of
adverti?ing, and of the ?ervue which back? up adrertiting.
ham the goats and hanging a bril on the goat?. It invite?
letter? describing experiences-pleasant or unpleaaant-with
advertisers, nhcther they he manufacturer?, wholesale hou?e?.
retail ?tore? or public ?ervke corporation?. It will print
tho?e letter? which ?eem to show mo?t typically how an
adverti;er"s deed? square with the word? of hi? adeertiiing
Only ?r*ned letter?, civing the w.'ter? addre??, will be lead
But the -?..nie will be printed or withl-.-*;,!, as preferred
Addre??: The Ad-\ i?or. The Tribune. New York.
rpni RE .i- two thoM who c.iYi :i snaue a ?paca
**. . . i the same homel) impl? tu*"' t b*-?*'i**ne? a
ateam shovel. In I * re merchanti who designate a
. i* nama" i *? ? al ? I ai ? n f om the libro of rh.> South
An!"' t loaf ; It?rela n batt* ?who ipeak of "Japan
? . Panama" I "Foni -.?? Pat ima.' Ar. Ro arl J. P . "f The
.,.: Hatter, haa avril u' oditorial <>:i thia -uhject.
a? mai ?ho bogia bj '. I ? a hat?
"Japei ' Pai ima,"gradti tapani a"ai i.j:.r. -. .imply
"Pai ama," though t!*,.* hal i ara BO M ; .- imai than
thry are cork h< no1 I (te b< H tier and the ?riai ptrehaan *.?.
rom Japan an?i
an- known .-- I tdamba ha - ma lo 1 mi Oi
vegeta and unadulterated panama
made in South *.mei
rpilK I RIBl ME ffuaranteea satiafaetioi . The m< banl i only |uar?
s anteo hia merchandise. The following caoi ia ona in which The Trib?
une refui ?I waa a i ii .:'" extei ti?. UMM r, bul hi our ? .?mion the
marita of the case sr? on UM id? i t the merchant, ?a well-known ar?l thor?
oughly n putable Fifth Avenu? AMB. Anger, threata and failure to toeogniaa
thoothi ta novar promote adjustment!. Thus the lady
"Lae! February 1 bouj-h*. a eoat ( - I ' .. ' tmeses'
ately went I a L, wh? ' f eourae, r ii
fora EasU ri ti al '"i M. J., and there,
. an
? I aster I ... rae told
gu?rante? the color * d loVonlj re dye " As the r^at
? r contemp?
tible.
Sub-. er, 1 waa told by the ?*alee
ajefrl tha t. My broth?
betten take ti coat hack and tee fan
. mi ia
. ? . i atora
lye it, but, aftai ti tall from
my br ild f half (
lid not | ? . mu up?
li have
. DC I I
I . . ild not |
more and I? " Then I *a eck 1
. . .-. that 1 arould ?
I I
: a effect thal
falee
i him ao, telling * i I waa
?
Mr. Adams, 1 do not c .- m< ra to ?I" arith ti ?
. ? ' my?.?If . ?'
aid be
D. K. H
I lett? ' at? M y ?>. On May 1 1 the la.ly writes airain:
I has .. your latter to yon arara?!
rar in which this
firm thi ? ? . youl
? . . mg?, 1 J. m ai ia ta
know the con I .? > rtion,
and my bro I that than to f lea
. .
.-. irby not give . >nd
[ do not wan t i want to n
tain I . :. give
....... tlsfled that I
not trade
. .r *.h.? pr:.-r>,
..i : ! will *
you ' . D K II
0 rpt is from s letter rec? '- rother, who
o va unpioned her eau dent of th.* tirm.
' This |i 126.50, the actual
price . f the coat, includii titi 'al iona:
to be chai ?tabla a I h the
l they a re h g ?d- ? ?? '
. ill-will which may 'lead to the
loss of dollar?
Taking the importa t p ita in order:
1. The firm's offer to eil tori nish a new one appean
tn u> perfectly fair and far frum * tempi
2. 1 ?? use of auch phn ia ' ' and "absolute false
I" baa no place in thi . . . >? mat make
- factory settli
I. Quoting The Ad-^ * o force a marchanl into any coursa
neil iraged I by The Tribune.
.. Wed? feel at . TO were "fon ! to offer an
(High fear of ha' : thi . .?? brought to our (The
Tribune's) sttenl ?." our ex| . thi company in que
haa bt en thal the) an . I fa in the matu ?-. . tinenta.
you wanl to retain the confidence of my family and circle of
frienda?" unit? the lady. At I ; at I price of inj istice tn a
reliable firm, ne
?j. Th<? lett? motive In making the refu-.'i.
; ...... , thoa art i . ? M
unkind ei man' ing rati ide."
VITINDOW-BAITERS rid the ai - good on Broadway. W?
' " re? eiired this complainl in regard to the ahop at bt?l Broadway, eon?
ducted by Mr. I. Arona:
it Broa ? atora adver*i?in"*
B. V. D. underwear . ird pi .
|1, I ? i . : .? nveetigat? . . -. | m B. i '.'.'?
clerk . j : :
wh - : ii favor, as he had
no B. V. D I rel ed I boy, and * [wa gi ng a
not repeat. It ?'''m? that tha
advertising* of B. V. 1 ? ,?r? ? anaot
something be done * !.!.<> GLASSER.
A Tribune in? tiga Mr. Ai hop. aaw the window
bait, went m to buy I,. V. I>. m derwear, and was told that his lin
not in stock. H? was I '-"? n ! Le I t-on ?.'armci'j .t.j-tea.i an.i took a MtH
for > nts.
"What lise B. Y. 1>. garments do you bave a* ?',9 cent.???" the inverti
p:at"i* a iked.
Th> lalesman brought forth a box marked B. V, D.--the orly m
i .- n the ?-helves and drew from it two B. V. D. ? ,.
: laid that I li one of them, i I the sab
looking at hia Bturdy I ii far from ol run ispickmaly:
. buying th - f her. '
W the aafeei could ?-oil B. V. D. framim?* for
39 cents s I realise a profit, be made i . . t flew into a?
rap*" and became very abusive. He tai i he w? i ave anj om telling
k.m al what pr ild buoini
[t'a the lame old gam? a litt!?- m.m- boldly, perhape, -
B. V. D. . . ?ear ia tra le-n tiaed. Bul
. d on from fal
.... into the foul general mci
T'HK Kinara Star Gasstts ? a day," .*. our fellou
*. colyu ...i. Oi May : itb ii rai thh advertisement:
REV. HILLY *?l M>\?
. . ? .. M ? w h e re ra i b a goes Eve ry I aaj ta overah ad .
a th? ? irly days af Baaeey*a H if
g of on? ? ^-rr?i?*er?' mai cn pu-t
waa heralded al one of the theat ad the greatest aur
B ? TJ. T bad, a*id wea I to am '.une 'hut 'he self
product.on ||
? (IMIM. ro I I MIRA
the 1 Elliott Thea ? fork t' ty, whare " h??
pla ng at aa In - an of fi ? to $1 on, bul ta t*.\o ererj
thia i la?ai won?V rful i I *
. u ,-.??? * f ?r the Irai I in?* ?'
pop'jli.r pi
IT THE MOZART
Onlj "' . .* it i? the photoplay "Idle
\\i\r?'' which wa being featun L, and no1 Bill) Sunday. People ha*.
v ' si fined ii irt u . thal d lau for label ng canned pea \Mt:-i ihe
.' r?! ' - * -y letters and ? picture of a large, fresh, green neaped.
Some day, faking the pul lu- in moving picture advertisements will be as
illegal a:?, ii is disreputable.
(The next Ad-\ isor util uppcm on Wodttoodow, July ?>) ??ME

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