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MOTHER JONES AT OYSTER BA BAJ1BK BAY BAYnEB BA1liED
nEB MAItOU ALLEGED TO TV HE HENEWSPAPERS DLEJESPAlEflS A ArBJFSP
NEWSPAPERS rBJFSP EJESPAlEflSShe APEllS SCHEME SCHEMEShe 50111 E EShe
She VTwnt Wn Allowed to See the Prctlilcn Prctlilcnand prtahlrlltand Prshlcnmu
and mu SIlO I1ti Denied Her Identity at t Ha Haromd nail nailroad hatroad
road Station staUonmlrllntrll llliRruntlril at Mrbui IIetnitlShe MrbuiShe ntlllurShe
She 8 8111 au > i Children Stormed llastllOTSTBH llastll lIastlleOYSTER hiasthhiOTsTan
OYSTER BAT N Y L July 29 201Iother 201IotherJones 20MothicJones Moth MothJones
Jones camo to Oyster Bay thIs mornin morninasked morning morningBsked tnorninBked
asked Bked to eeo President Roosevelt wi wirefused wnrfUS1 wall wallretused
refused and left town less than nn hoi hoiafter hour hotafter I Iafter
after her arrival She brought with h hpart her herpart ht htpart
part of her horarmyhiergonnral army armyher her Ronnrul gonnrulstllff stuff BtlrroromcoI BtlrroromcoIand of offleo offleonnd officors officorsInd
and three boys boy in tailored thttireitaM knickorbockoand knickorbocko knlckorbockorsIlml
and frayed coats She came in quietly tjuletland quietlyand qulettiand
and if shed had her way It in probable probatithat probablethll probahithat
that t only thoso hero with It h whom w hOIJ1 she lit litbualnegs had hadJuRlne haIiuene
bualnegs JuRlne s would havo known of her visit visitShe vltlltRhe vLsltShe
She got In on tho 10 ocloclt train 1 1her lod lodhtr to toher <
her forces to a secluded spot near the rail ralroad rall rallrOlld railI
I road station dropped hor luggugo an ancautioning and andlIutlonlnK antI
I cautioning her officers to lump Ift3 a II elmiej char flharp flharptye charo
ej tye o on the bawe of supplies wont out I Ireconnoitre to toreconnoitre t treconnoitre
reconnoitre Borne accommodating cabim cabmeexplained cabimexplained cahmnpxplalned
explained to t hor whero all tho streets IItn ts I IOyster In InOyster I IOycter
Oyster Bay nm and when Mho hinted hint ell cm cmtloualy callIlomlly canlonely
lonely without letting them know wl wlhe who whohe witho
he was that the executive olflcpH oI1io woro woroI 1 1be to tobe
I be her point of attack they HiigRestuil tin tinthe tlll1t tlll1tthe thutho
the best route was lfl tip 111 Audrey Alltlr y uwnu uwnuMother nvtnllofother avenucMother
Mother Jones eent her treasurer and tl tlthreo tlJll tbthree i ithree
three regulars up that way ny Sho nnd IK IKsecretary her herpcretary hesocretary
secretary however executed a Hank move movment movemlnt nioveracot <
ment and went around tho hack way hit intSouth Inlo InloHoulh hitSouth
South street ftrl t on tlm Ih doublo quick Tit Tliforces TitI Iho IhorflreplI
I forces were reunited In front of the doc doclending door doorIpaolng dimleading
lending to tho thonxtcutIvn executlvo ofllcon tim Audro Audroavenue Audrncnie udrtY udrtYaenue
avenue battalion having reached the theonly then tlmrtlonly thenonly
only a few seconds abend of Mother Jnn Jnnand Jontand Jimeand
and her socrctary socrctaryTho socrclnryTho aecvctnryThe
Tho boys who wero said aid later to bu bucommittee a aloml1llltee i it
t committee representing the other unfui unfuitunated Ilnfurtllnatl unfurttinntec
tunated In tliy th army Blood ut attontio attontiooutside nttentionolllllide attntfcuoutaide
outside whllo hllo Motlior JOIICH and tho tim me metook men mentook mettook I
took a I look Into tho hallway At the th won wonfrom word wordfrom worfront
from Mother Jones all moved Into th thbuilding Ihe Ihehulllilng lu lubuilding
building aiim and up tho stairn to tho sccoiv sccoivfloor IccfJlIl IccfJlIlI iecotitfloor
floor floorSecretary noorSecretary floorI
I Secretary Barnes was Hitting Millin behind hi hidesk hi8 hi8I
j I t I desk orxMiInc tho morning mail He didn didnknow didltt didlttknow ttidtkuow
I know Mother Jon JontA was ccmmg CIII1lIll but In Insuspected ho hoflI8JJcted ti ticimsixcted
suspected something of tho w Iorl rt when hi hiheard ho ticheard
heard the tramp of the feet in tho thl hall hallIm hallf
1
r Im Mother Joneu tho leader said m mshe a8 a8Iha aimlie
f she threw back her ahouldurn HO that tinbuttons tin ththuttons thcImuttona
buttons on her blue waist utmost creaked crouketfrom creakedfrom rtlukedfrom
from the strain slrainl and I am 11l1Ilwro hero to see aceiletit Pros Prosdent lftHident
dent Hoosevelt a aereta aeretaShiow secretary secretaryShow lIe < rolary
Show tho lady In said Mr Barnes BarnesAnd Darn DarnI Barnest
t And Mother Jones arid those behind heistrode her hertrode herI
I I strode in pompously pompouslyExactly pompoUJlyI
I Exactly what occurred In the executive executiveoffices e oocutiveoffice ecutlvfI ecutlvfIofficell
I j offices is part of the unwritten history hllIoryof hllIoryofOyster oi oiOyster of ofOyiter
Oyster Bay but it ii Is known that Mot Mothei MotheiJones IothcrJ tier tierJonea
J Jones ones asked IlSke to be allowed to go to Sagti Sagtimore 811111I10re Segamore
more Hill and that Secretary oretary Barnes re refused fIjfusod refuaed
fused the request as courteously and as asgently a8i asgently
i gently OB possible advising IUlvltliu Mrs Irll Jones ti tiend to toJ tossnd
J end to the tlt Presidents secretary a written writteistatement wrlthHislatoment writtenatatoment
statement of her contemplated cont lIlplato1 buslnewfwith business buluo businessvith > 1I 1Iwith
with Mr Ir Roosevelt This lluilstllttlllcnt statement would wouldMr wouldt woititiMr
Mr Ir Barnes assured her receivo duo du eon eonbideration coilid on onII
t bideration although ho doubted ho h told tollher toldi
II i id her that the President would grunt to tier heia h tierii r ra
11 a personal ItIrllOnallntervlow ItIrllOnallntervlowi interview InterviowMother interviewMother
i Mother Jones and tho others were in the theexecutive thoJ
J J executive offices about half haifan an hour When Whenthey WllIlIa Whenthey
a they came out they broke ranks rani anti re retreated wi ret ¬
i treated as fast as Mrs frll Jones Jont could walk walkto walkto
t to the rullroml Ill II rOl1l1 station chit iou Up to that time timeMother tizimeI
I Mother junes thought thouht that nobody out outride Olltide omitI ¬
1 I ride ide of lh tha ha executive offices u1tic knew her horidentity hurI
I identity identityt
1 i When Wheullhe she got ot back to the railroad station stationxht btntionhI
t
xht hI li denied to the newspaper men that sho showas shoi SIlOvlM
was Mother 111 her Jones J O1I1S 1 lh he men with her herwere herwere herWere
i were sure they had never seen Mother Motherones Motiwrt IothlrJolles
Jolles ones and the three boys said they didnt didntveri didntvefl
t veri know who Mother Jones Jonl was Mrs MrsJones MrsTone lr1 lr1j
j Jones Tone herself however finally admitted admittedher ndmittedher admittedher
her identity when somebody told her that thatit thlltit thatit
1 it was too bad the newspaper illustrations illustrationsmade illustrationsI illustrationsmule
I made her look so much older than she is isMy L LI isMy
I My visit 1Ilt today shu Im said will have haemCl8t a amost amost
most important bearing Itarill on my III future futuremovements futuret
1 movements Secretary Barnes advised mo monot mlJ munot
J t t < not to try to go 1 to Saaumore 11111 today todaynnd todayI todayInd
i anti of course cour e I took hut hl > advice although althoughit
I it seems to me that the Presidents writers writersought writersollght writersI
1 ought to have answered that first letter I tter of ofmine ofmine oft
I t mine Im mn going to submit my proposition propositionto pro olltlon olltlonto
to Mr Ir Roosevelt In writing wrilln and I dont dontrare dontJ cloutare
J i rare to say at present ple enl whether wh thll Ill como to toOyster toOystor toa
a Oyster yater Bay again or not Anyway my mytour mytour mytour
tour will go on just the canto lOa 110 This trip tripdown tript tnii tniidown
down here was Wa Just thrown in incidentally incidentallyyou
t l you ou understand My fy army isnt going to todisband toI I
I t i disband Its It going oinl to t Increase until its itsvery itserf
i i very fry members will make it a power Whichi which whichnobody whichnobody
nobody can afford to look down on onMrs OilIrl onc
i
c Mrs Irl Jones said tliat the time wasnt wasntripe WI11nti
I i ripe to announce where she would go after afterleaving urlerI
1 I i I leaving New York YorkI
t i I hear the President had his children childrenout ebildrenout chIldrenk1
k1 out camping lust IIl t night sh elms mid Just Justl justbefore
1 I l before > boarding tho train And then sho shoexclaimed thoexcblme slioexclaimed
exclaimed as she was going up the car carHops carteps cari
i Hops Oh them luxury somo people can canhave cani
i l have and there my little ones 0110 tho produce produceof
It of Gods workshop workshopthey > they never wont to toschool toschool toItIJt
ItIJt I school schoolAfter schoolij achoolAfter
ij After Mother Jones left here it became becameknown bpenmeI becamei
known Unit President Roosevelt had been beeninformed IenInformed beeninformed
i
informed by Government agents that the theentire thei themj
i i I entire Mother Jones expedition from fro III the tholima thllime theJt
mj Jt lima it left Philadelphia up to the Latestmove latest latestmovo IllteliitYli
I Yli movo hero today had been planned and nndmanaged IIndl
j I managed mana god bv a newspaper in Philadelphia Philadelphiawhich lhila PtltlliOtjltiLtv dtlphlll dtlphlllwhich
v l which vhlchhaa has it is said taken this way to rein reinstate reinI reinstate ¬
I state itself In tho good graces Iaces of textile textileworkers ttxllhI textileworkora
workers whom it offended some timo ago agoThe IIgoTho agoThe
The Government It Is II said has tiit had an anagent unI
I Govorrunenth
I agent nt with Mother Iot er Joness army arm ever eversince eversince
I t l since 8fnce It left Philadelphia and ho obtained obtainedpositive obttlned obttlnedposltho obtainedr
positive information about a bout the matter from fromu fromii
I ii r u 1 representative of the paper supporting supportingthe lIupporlhlthe
K the crusade who also had been with MotherJones Mother MotherJonea IotherJones
Jones all the time timeThe timeI timeThe
I J The President under the circumstances circumstanceswill
will It IB said not consider an Interview Interviewwith Intelvljwwith interviewm
m with Mother Jones JonesThe JonOHThe JonesThe
The discovery by the Secret ServIce RcrvicHofficers ServIceoftIcers
officers that Mother Jones and nnd her crude crusadet crus crudet do doore
t ore N engaged in a 1 newspaper circulation circulationS clreuilltiollomlng
S r t omlng enterprise sheds a great 1I1llt light hton htone on one one
e prominence of one of the army arm who whohas whohas
has been known to observers of its pro progress progreS8 progreas ¬
11 gress M Topaz the Jowel So active activehas netlvehas activeline
has this tbt person been in interfering with withthose withV withthose
V those who have had business with Mother MotherJones MotherTones MotherTonas
Jones and In supervising all her utterances utterancesfor ulhranefor
it for publication Hint Police Inspector InspectorSchmittbflrgers InlTectortlchmitlbergers Inspectorfil
fil < Schmittbflrgers suspicions were aroused arousedabout IIrouBdI
about himSehmlttberger him himSchmlttberger himSchmlttberger
I t Schmlttberger told tolthomo come of otolher Mother Joness Jonessaudience JonesslIudlence Jonessaudience
audience at Madison Square tho other othernight othornight otherc
c L night that Topaz wan being specially speciallywatched IIpeclllllywntched specialtyh
h watched as a possible source of violence violencennd violencep Iolonceand
p and that Mhllllar his lay ggenm cemimM to bo masquerading masqueradingus
bt us a newspaper man Reporters of NewJ New NewYork StWYork
J York papers paperlllll1vlI have wondered how Topaz Topazgot iopuzf 10110got
f got his great influence over an old lady ladywho Indywho ladymI
mI j who always soomed onll d to have a mind of her herown herown herl
l own The discovery that tlu t ho was quarter quartermaster quarterci luarhrmaster ¬
master and general proprietor offered o1erelilln o1erelillnftxplanatlon an anexplanation anexplanation
ci explanation that has doubtless cleared clearedup clearedup
up Inspectors Schmlttlwrgors Sclmnmitttergcrsg suspicions suspicionsOn
g On her return from Oyster O tlr Din Mother MotherJonea Mother4jh IollwrTonee
4jh Jonea Tone went to tho Amilnml House and andlocked aridlooked lIHIlockEd
locked herself up in her rooru About Aboutoclook
5 1 oclook sho Iu dodged out of the hotel holellobuy holellobuyInd lobby lobbynnd lobbyi
anti made for a I Madison avenue car carNo carNo cart1
i t1 No I wont say a I thing Ihln about my visit visitshe visithe visItshe
she he said and I havent any plans Oh Ohyes Ohelll ohyea
yes elll They were all Polite enough But Butpoliteness Dlltpolltenels Butpoliteness
politeness wont put bank tho fingers on onmy onmy onmy
my childrens chlld 118 hands I dont know when whenI whonIll whentj
Presldenl 1 wrote to him himonce him himonce
tj Ill I II write tVlllU to I the > A iirniiwliv i ibu i uiul uiulunco
once two weeks voelc ago and once yesterday yesterdayIts
Its appalling Theyre nil 111 Uking Illdnf tikln It so sopasyllko 110ftllIvlIko
K4
1 pasyllko ftllIvlIko down thero But they11 Ihe they II pay payforit llayfork pa pastm1
stm1 I fork for it Thoyll ThoylIlny p pay iy for it It was wnlilho the chil children children cliitiren ¬
dren that elormod time ILmetiloI Histllo HistlloMrs RIsllloMrs
I Mrs Jones looked ten years older after afterhor afterhor aftere
hor visit Hor face was white her voice voiceharsh voiceharah voicei
e harsh and her oven eyes faded watery and andrestless anelrestles andI
i restless She wild that shin would wo ld address addresshome lI mudresssome drese dreseIomfJ
I home labor club last night Sho has at atlast Iltlat atlast
last obtained a 0 permit for a parade which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will start at 730 oclock tonight from tho thocorner thoeorner thecorner
corner of Thirtieth street and Eighth EighthTraoiferi EighthIvenue Eighthmvenuc
Ivenue IvenueJralllen mvenucTransfer
Traoiferi for All Hutlnon CountyThe County CountyTho Count CountTho
Tho Fubllo Service Corporation of Now NowJersey NIIWJel1lOY ow owJervey
Jersey announced yesterday that beginning beginningwith vjlnrUlIglVl
I with lVl Aug 1 transfers will 111118 be issued at in inpamage Intentttlng Interieetlng
tentttlng points ot all lInes In Hudson IIudKunt HudsonI
I mounty unt TheM transfers will bu good for forpaaeao torpa8tlllge
pamage on the cars of the North Jersey Jorll6Yt1143t JerseybttO5t
fctitw t1143t RMbray RAllwaLnd Rtlwa and Jernoy City Pateroon Pateroonand PAWlJOnifnd Pabwsonpnd
ifnd and Roboken Railway iwIIY Company
CARY SMITH SM FERRYBOATS FERRYBOATSYacht FERIfYILO4TYllt nnYBOAT I I1albt
Yacht ntilftnrr Ilrnrr tit Dn HU JlI lint lie by b StatIslam Stat Statrn Statrnhland StateIsland
Islam for or Dock Department DepartmentDock UeiiitmtntIock i inoel
Dock Commissioner Huwkes has lia r rtoinod rl rltalno nitamed
tamed A Cary ary Smith tho yacht acht design designto designerto
to design tho now ferryboats for tim StatIsland Stat Staten StatenIsland StateIsland <
Island service Mr Smiths firm Car CaiSmith Carr CarrSOOlh CarSnultli
Smith ft < Barboy designed tho RIoha RIohaPeck Rlehard Rlehardeck EloharPeck
Peck eck the Chester ChelJt r W Chapin and tho Cl Clof City Cityof Cit Citof
of Lowell LowellCol IowollCol LowellCot
Col E A Stevens has been retained retainedconsultant os osOmmltant r rconsultant
consultant Col Stevens has been d dsigning de deelJtnlng disignIng
signing ferryboats In this harbor for forlong forlong forlong
long time having designed the first of tl tlscrew tho thoBcrew tli tliscrew
screw propeller type and among his ferr ferrboats terry terryboats ferryboats
boats oil of which have been succeuc succeucmay BUOOeUefmay aucoeacizimay
may be cited tho Bergen BergenCary BergenCary BergenCary
Cary Smith Hnrbey Imvo for thersolves them themsolvee thensolves
solves secured the services t < < Jrvloc as oonsultai oonsultaiof
of 0 f the chief engineer of one of the rAilroads rallroaiwhich rAilroadswhich raIlroadwhIch
which navigate tho largest types of i ore oreferryboats erew erewrerrybontll ereforrybonts
ferryboats in this harbor harborA
A CmerySmnhtha Cury Smith designed thoKiilsors the Kflillera yacl yaeiMeteor yaclMeteor yacht yachtItteor
Meteor and many famous rl < 11I0U8 steam yachts yachtstinovr yaehtll1Wl yachtsORuItI
tinovr WAS PEPPERY PEPPERYnut lEPJERInut
nut Ndiool lloiml Got 111 Money lol1e Then Illetillie Thenlie 11101l1b
lie Said It Dlilnt Need It ItWhen ItWht1 IIWhen
When an application from roam the Boanl BoardEducation < ot ot1dllcaton o oEducation
Education for 12500000 for more echoi echoisites 6chool 6choolIIltl8 achocsltts
sites iiiinu before the t he Hoard of Estimate Estimalyesterday EstimatetlIlenla Eatinmatyt
yesterday yt > tlIlenla stertluy Comptroller Grout said saidThis saidThis said1iii
This 1iii money is not needed By thopeculiar thai their theirpeculiar thaipeculiar
peculiar system 5l > tell of bookkeeping they Iho com comto como comoto cornto
to us for money when they do not actual actualrequhH actuajlrequire lotually lotuallyleqllh1
require it Their uystom is ti to chargogainat charg chargagainst chargengnlnst
against their appropriation for work the thoarc thoy thoyaro thearc
arc going goill to do but hiv Ila lmae not begun gun The Thepurchase Thiepurchase 1hty 1htypurchallO
purchase a situ or tmtor into negotiation negotiationto
to t I I purohoMi tlroiizo it and then Immediately charg chargtha ohalSItho chargithifl
tha estimated t tIIlUlttd cost let against the approprialion appropria
lion t iou Tho board is ut least 11000000 1000000 o or orS50 01 01ooocoo
S50 3000000 OCOO ahead and yet they come to th thcity the theit thimcity
city it for mow money They are simply simplyI simplyldiigtiit a apltigllo
I laguo pltigllo > I 111111 am going to stop toJ1it it and I huv huvi have haveh tcavLiiti
i Liiti ho h power to do it itMr itlr
Mr Ir Grout instanced that the board bat haiestimated haelcstllllllwd batestimnatett
estimated tho value of one situ at 11800m 11800mand 31800Watl 180000 180000aud
and that ho hail bought it on Tuesday fo forl for forSl
Sl 150000 OOIJIJ rl The boaI board hall already charged chargedtill chargetithu l ltho
till estimated t cost against the imbue moneappropriated 1110lley 1110lleyapproprlaled imbueappropriated
appropriated for the department MrGrout Mr MrGrout Mrhout
Grout added that the board was in the habit hablof habitof habilor
of making newllesa outcries regarding th thdifliculty tho thodifficulty tLadIfficulty
difficulty of getting money for school schooland fchoolsand schtoobiiiYll
and remarked that no ho supposed that theme thofiioutcries Ih IhOltCIIt1I themeoutcries
outcries were made for tho Ixiiteflt of tin tinnewspuiH18 the theIIlWllpaIS theImewsilapels
newspuiH18 newspuiH18An
An on xreptlnnal 51N31t lanaI motive Interjected InterjocteiBorough InterJootedoru InterjectedThorough
Borough oru h Prcsidont PmiId nt Cantor ft remark thaled that thatItd thatled
led to laughter when It WHO observed that thawliilo thatwhile thatwhile
while Mr Grout was calling down tin tinIoard theBoard thisHoard
Board of Education his cimairwas chair was curroundei curroundeiby lurroundedby
by about half a doen reporters The Thiappropriation ThenpPIOprilltioll Theappropriation
appropriation was ultimately granted grantedrASSEGEItS grantedtSSrWIUS grantedJtsslGIIIs
rASSEGEItS MADE TO WALK WALKDrawlirlilne JfUilrawllrlllKe WLLKlratbriIice
Drawlirlilne Itepalrs Cause IWlO Tio o End o oTrouble or orTruulliu ciTrouble
Trouble to Farly larl Mornlnc Iornlll Uronx Goats CioersTravellers GoatsTravellers Joers1rn
Travellers 1rn vellen to Tho Bronx on the East Sid Sidlevated Shle Shleeltvntpd Sideelevated
elevated lino early yesterday mornIng mornlnirumbled mornillggrulllulod mornInggrumbled
grulllulod rumbled a good deal when they wero tollit toll loldlit toldLit
lit it ntlth street that tlu t no trnintt were running runniniVIT runningover runningaver
and that thahey thatthey thathey
over > VIT the Second avenue bridge
hey would have to either walk or take takiiiirface takesurtl1co taketlracil
iiirface tlracil cars ur8 to the station at 133d streeind stree streelIInd etreetend
end Willis avenue avenueJwitig avenueOwlug avenueOwing
Owing to t < > ii rlIIIil8 > iairs to tho bridge no train trainiro trail1da
a ire rll run over it between Jet Wlell 1 land and 4 oclock 0 clock ii iimorning In Inthe In1mm
the 1mm morning mornill The IntortHirough Company Companssues Qmpanyilillt Companyemles
ilillt ssues transfers I rnn fcr at 129th street good at the thti thollIxt theiet
llIxt i xt station stationSviino IItatltnrn itatbimSnt
Sviino rn uf the passengers pa ngers seemed to think thlnlhat thinkthat thinkhat
hat tho transfers were wer good on the surface surfucinrs surfacecarll surfacears
nrs nrsAbout About forty of them refused retu8 < < lto to pay their theliare theirfnrl theirare
fnrl are and the conductors lon < llIctors refused to take takehe takethft takehe
thft he transfers transfersWhen tranferliWhcn transfersWhen
When William II McAnorney of the As Asociated AKlociatE Asociatect
lociatE ociated Lawyers Iawen Company advised somiif some 80mIof somef
of if f them not to give in an anillllpeclor inspector had him binirrested himarrebted himerrested
irrested At the Morrisama station thai thtlergeunt tho8erlelIIlt thaitergeititt
lergeunt refused to entertain a complaintSommi complaint complaintSomo complaintorne
Somo orne time hater atr Bernard Xolan was wasirrested walarretlo wanirrested
irrested for refusing to pay pr1 his fare ant and andhe antiii
he ii 10 was held but discharged in 111 court yester yesterlay yesterdav yesterlay
lay morning On account of tho trouble troublo1M
1M 8 policemen had to bo strung out along alongThird aloniThird alongLhird
Third avenue to nettle sell Ie disputesCOXTILACTO1I disputes disputesCOTIIACTOH III putee puteecaXTlltC101l
COTIIACTOH DOWD MARRIED MARRIEDlit I1tRRIEDIlls
IIII lit WMlillnB to Miss Ihl ronnelly ollnell Came ai i iStirprUe a aSIlflrlae aSurprise
Surprise to Ills Friends FriendsFriends FriendsFriends rlelldlFrlendll
Friends of Michael Dowd Dow < l a member o ohe of oftho ofhe
tho he contracting firm of Maflen A Dowd o oIT ot otZI7
ZI7 IT West Wf t 121th 12 th street were surprised t tarn to toIftarn toearn <
Iftarn earn yesteitlay YI teltlay of his hi marriage to Mine Mlsiarah Mine4arahi 11118 11118Sarah
Sarah Connelly on Tuesday TUt6 < loy About a anonth amonth aiboOth
month ago Dowd who is 42 years old and andlas andhat
hat las always passw pflll passed 1I1 as a confirmed bachelor bachelornet bachelormot bachelornet
mot net Miss MI Connelly COli nelly who la tho twentyfour twentyfourtnrold twenlyfourenr
rear tnrold old daughter dnu hter of Catherine P 0 Connelly Connellywidow Conllellvwidow ConimellyL
L widow who lives at 143 St Nicholas NicholnaAfter NicholastCItlO s sa
a tCItlO tCItlOAftera ellU ellUAftr
After a courtship as secret as it was short shortIU short1i shortdi
di IU 1i tI Connolly cnnell amtpted him and tho con conrartor contmllM eonractrr
rartor immediately IlIm dlaldy HtnrtHd to build for foror rorher foricr
her icr or an elaborate clii horato house hCJl o In M Mf II rris Heights HeightsTodays HeightsIodnyf heightslodayR
Todays ceremony WOK performed nt St Strwphs RtJ St155111s
J rwphs < tphH Konmn Cat Cnthelil he lie Church by the thelev Ihe1h the1ev
1h lev William T 1 Connelly tho brides bridesrctherwho bridesbrotherwho bridesrtherwh
rctherwho wall ordained in June His Hisisters 1113si Illsi5terii
si isters tI1I wedding in ilolthe i the first at which he has hasfllciated hl18offiliattd hasfilciatet
fllciated offiliattdIIfSE fllciatedOIIOSE filciatetOIIOSE
OIIOSE ELEVATED 11 t r 1 1I 11OAD 11OADlatbush IWtnllatbll ICOtItahlIIih
llatbll latbush b Jevpl tIII toil t the hc Tracks of the tliellrlEliton theIIrll timehiriglilout
llrlEliton IIrll hloll Heuuli llwail lepreseil lepreseilProperty 1cliressctlProp ltlrls tII tIIProputy
Property Prop rty owners and residents of Flat Flatush FlalbUllh Flatush
bUllh ush aro up In anus over the proposed proposedlovatiou proposedlevittion
lovatiou of the trucks of the Brighton Brightonach BrightonBcnch Brightonteach
Rapid < transit transitompany i ransitCompany i iompany
teach > ach road of tho Brooklyn
Company ompany to conform to the It Itrude law abolishing abollhtnggmd abolishingrmtde
gmd rude crossings on 01 the thollno line of steam roads roadsAll rIJlldsAll roadsAll
All tho tim people along aln tho line favor a arpres ndfplld atrpnessd
dfplld rpres d track mid mud a ixtitlon petition which Is IsIso 16nlso I
nlso Iso Indorsed by 1V the Thirtysecond Ward Warditlzens Wnrditl7lns WardiUiums
itlzens Association has hn been sent to toresident toPreshltllt toresIdent
resident of the Borough Swanstrom and andfr andfro andfr
fr Beer president of the Grace Crossing Crossingommisaion Croll8lngCommltion CrosainomnrnIsiiIcn
ommisaion protesting against an elevated elevatedPostman IICAUdstructure elevatetructure
structure structureostman tructureRestlttimfl
Postman Arreilrd for or Wall Hobliery HoblieryPost febuaryPost I IPost
Post Office Inspectors Infp ctlr8 Jacobs Jae > ha and Mayer Mayernested MoyerrteSteI I Iarlfsled
nested Herbert lerhelt C PORT DoR of II 1 Fast Enpt 131it 131ittreet 1lt 1ltlt h3lattret
net last last night Ilght for robbing robbin the malte maltelean mlll rnmiitsean
lt Deal lean ean has bnl been lll ft 0 letter leter carrier cArrer for twelve twelveears twel twelarR twelveears
ears arR arid was nnslenod n8lglod to to Station Stltlo L Corn Cornlaints CompllIIIS Corndalnta
pllIIIS laints wen made lui that thlt that iuelosur lcoiurts s directed directedplaces
0 > places plalH on Oi his hl routs rOlte never 11er reached their theirsituations theirdetllltiolls theiricitlnatioris
1 enolooed enolooedvo encloedfve
detllltiolls situations and th thl the inspectors
lye vo marked lulrwd onedollar olllolnr bills bli In an 1 envelopLddreesial envelop enwlopoddressod envflope envflopeIddrerill
fve
Iddrerill ddressod to t a l IZSlh Sth street money mOley lender lenderThey Ill lenderThey < r rThty
They followed folowed Demi Dell into ilto a cigar c ar store storeoslordny Itoro ItorollIlrdlY storeestorday
oslordny afternoon > n and they Buy liO caught caught1m oauhthim caughtmini
him 1m llIlrdlY In II the act of passing the marked mlrkl bills billsvor b btllser lls
in for five flveollar Ihodolar fiveloliar
001 vor er the counter coultr exchange excllanlo a
ollar bill He le refused rtfuled to make any ex exlanations ex explanatlonH exlanationa
hil
dolar
planatlonH lanations and wan locked up In tho tost28th East East28th ost ostIZ
IZ 28th th street station stationl
l nr r Vofnlloen onllnlh IHclnt lln Pie HieDr Ile IleDr PieDr
Dr Franeec Frncc McCulloch McCuloch who was wn ar arBsted ar arrested areated
rested In a raid on her sanitarium sanitrium on onuesday onTucsdny onruesday
uesday night along aong with eevon Inmates inmatearas Inmte Inmtewas
was can arraigned arrlled yesterday in I the Jefferson Jeffersonlarket Jeferson JefersonMarlet JeffersonJanicet
larket police court on 01 tho charge cJlrgo of keep keopIK keepInl keeprig
IK a disorderly house Jus Jljlyrtle Myrtle Knight Knlghts Kight Kighta
a Inl I former tnmate of the pllCO place nppeaied
appalel appalelIS
s 4 complainant A charge chlrie of attempted attemptedulcido atempted atemptedluloldo attemptediulcldo
IS luloldo ulcido was Wil also alio matte against aganst the McCul McCulch McCulloeh MaCuIott
loeh > ch woman womanMagistrate WOlll wcimnaimMagIstrate
Magistrate Flammer held her hi i 11000 31000mall 11000all
all lagltrnte on both charge for examination examinationirnorrow tamlton tamltontomorrow examinationcmorrow
hal tomorrow 01 Five Iv of f th the seven inmates IrunatMoro inmateseuro
wero euro held in in J300 300 ball bal for examination exemlnotlonII lxmlaUon lxmlaUonI
II I M Tatmr Art Actor or Beach ViailritcfKix nUlL nUlLPIttIX BeachPimcrrx
ritcfKix PIttIX Ant July 2JIT 2I S f Tabor Taborn Tbor TborAn
of trouble troubleTin troubleThA troubleurn
An in n actor died hare hl today toclY lung
ThA Tin body is held br ft local undertaker undertakerwaiting unerker unerker1lliUII undertakerwaiting
waiting Instruction from relative rlwtvrl at hi hiome his hishome hismorne
1lliUII home ome In Albion Abloll Inltructorl N Y lie H Te had played plAy Inow In Inlow Inow
low ow York companies companiesnaflney comJlmlC companiesGMTney
naflney C arnCY IniU ImUltmenl ImUltmenlMotion lndjelmnent lndjelmnentMotion tinrnl tinrnlMotion
Motion on 01 behalf of Alderman AIderml James E EafTnoy EOatey Eiaffnay
Oatey afTnoy for a 0 dismissal dllmtl of his bil indictment indictmentor Indictmnt Indictmntror
ror or making molng a contract cntract with wih the city oty while whilen whll
an en n Alderman Anan was wa put over In In the General Generaleealona Generaltesln Generaleesinns
tesln eealona yesterday steray to August AUIt
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1 Indo more washable vests thseason th this thisfenson tillmeason
season fenson than ever eve before Ioforo ovi 001 001i
i 20000 vesta vestaSold voet vottiSold
Sold old more washable vests thai thaiever thnever ihan ihanI
I ever before boforethat that leaves elYcs lots lotsoclde of ofI c codds <
odds and ends endsRo endsAo 011dBSo
I Ro wevo welvo cleaned house in tl tlstock tho thoI th thstock
I stock marked down somo 800 800vests aooo aoooI 8OOvests
I vests from higher prices pricesAll pricesAl priceaAll
All Al sizes i70s from flor 33 8 J to 40 it itchest in inchest inchest
chest chestflf0
flf0 1 150 150IuflUS ro roh
KoiSER h ltm 1EKT lEI CIPAN CIPANu COM COllMiY PAN PANU I Iu
U Brondwty opiKMHn fllOlf City IU1U IU1Uanil lal lieu lieuend I Iand
Irolway
and 7 an and nil a Warren SI StM SIj i
M NJ j Broadway nradway car or Utb Ib 1 We e flll fn nrd nrdand er4r er4rand rdlu rdluand
and 140 to Ml U 4th < lh Av Ave Ave hy b ml mlI2M ntII ntIIlf5m il
I2M 1 Broailwny latay rtir S2rt S2rtand 32dand 321ant
and 54 West S3d 3 snROOSEVELTS St StROOSEYELTS 51ROOSEYELTS
ROOSEYELTS CAMP IN OPE OPEov OPEN OPENPRI OPENPRES1ItI
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ov 0 V uorns 101 lS ECK sLKRefuars ECKttefmti I IndUlt
ttefmti to Allow the Secret SIIret Ken ltr Seriie lee tic ticIn Mcito Iel
In lie Jo With nlb il lltm Him tlShnws hilniSliews Shows HIP thl Hoy 10 Hoi Hoito low lowto 11evto
to Uroll Irol Steak on Hot lot Coalu eels and 8li Shlll ShlllII Sled SledIii > p pIn
In II llaln naIl Itollcd In a Hulibrr nuIrr Illaiikel IllaiikelOISTKB laukrl laukrlOYSKR fliamikelOvalait
OISTKB BAT K Y July 20Prosidor 20ProsidorIloosnvelt 20Prl 20Preiidsnhtoosevelt hlpnl hlpnlltotvelt
Iloosnvelt ltotvelt took his two ions IIS Kermit an anArchie anl anlArchie amArchio
Archie and lnd threo of J West Rooseveltboys RooRwel Roosevelt Rooseveltiboys
boys Os camping late yesterday ye tenlllY nfternooand nfternoo ntttrnool ntttrnooland afternosutand
and slept out all night protected prtected only b ba by bya ha
a blanket blanket The President resil nt went on n simi similar shnllar cliiiIan
lar outing with his sons sn lost lsillumrr summer Thparty Th 11 11party JImparty
party left Sagamore Sgamore Hill 1m at about o ut 4 oclocyesterday ocloc oclockye8terday oclnciyesterday
yesterday afternoon afernoon Each Jlch had a Uunke Uunkestrapped Llnntstraflpod Ilankistrapped
strapped over 01 his hi back all al carried provl provlvisions prjvivjiona provivisions
visions vjiona and the th boys 111 had rilles rilH XoS XI No Smet S ore oreService Ciel CielService
Service men were allowed to go nlcn nlcnThe nicirite < I
The he start Btrt was made from J JVet Wtkt Wt t H OKI OKIvelts 0 osveits I
velts ee pier in two rowbcats rowvcns The Pirsi Pirsident IrtHj IrtHjdent irwitlent
dent took the oars OUr in il one aie bout but blt he bal haihardly haluerdly I IIUlnly
hardly IUlnly got started when the tl discover discovernas thisivery thisiverywas I Iwal
was wal made that his skiff skl leaked badly vudl Afu Afuiv Aftema IN I In
iv change of boats boatl tho th party prrty headed heldl 11 fo foLloyds for cm cmLloyds I
IJlyds Lloyds Neck on the north nOlth shore hur of Hunt HuntIngton HUlt HUltIngton Huntirugton
Ington Bay Lloyds Uoyts Neck Ntcl is 11 ten milci milcifrom miuiiefrom Ilc > I Itrm
trm from Sagamore Hill Ii Thero Ther was a lunch brislliead brikboall lunchhead
head wind lnd and it took the rowers wer until untlilmost unti untilalmost
almost 7 oclock ocook to make malC the pull 111 TinIaco TlwIace Tin 1lelilaco
lilaco Iace Iaco selected for the cairpwas alrp wall near thtihoro the theshoro theshore
shore under the shelter Iheltl1 of some Irt trees treesIVhen treellWhen treesYhmen
When tho party disembarked dbemharket the boys boyescurried hOYIscurried boysscurried
scurried around for dry wood and tin tinresident thercslcent thuIresident
resident rcslcent got out the th provisions provirloni and pre prepared Itpared lurepared ¬
pared pared to t cook cok the supper Mr Ir Roosevelt Hoosevelta Hoolelt HooleltIs
Is a an export exprt woodsman and he hI gave au the thex theboya theboys
boys x > ys lessons leslnf in broiling urolnJ strak on tho tIm hot hotoals holalE hotxuuis
oals alE and in preparing prparing the coffee fee and otherhinBB other othorthln otherLhins
thln hinBB LhinsAtter hinBBAfter 8
After Ater supper a roaring roarin fire fr was W S built bui and nndhe andthe andthe
the he President Prsillent suppr and the boys bs all al sat t around aroundt urolnl urolnlit
it It t recalling rC111 the incidents IncdenU that happened happenedin IIPI1noll IIPI1nollon
in their former camping Cmplng expedition txJ1dition They Theyumed rhyturned hy hytlmed
tlmed turned In to sleep Mlcp at about 0 oclock ocock The Theky TheIky Thesky
Iky sky ky at the tIme lmo was overhung overlnml with wih heavy heavylouds htBvydouds heav heavclouds
clouds and it threatened thratene rain rin but the Presf Presfiont Pre iresdent l ldont
dent took no further furher precaution precltol tlian tlll to toee toI tosea
I ee < that all were rolled roll up tightly in their their1ankota ther therblanket theirblankets
blanket blankets > The To tire Ire was wa allowed alowed to burn burntown bllr 1mm 1mmmiown
dow town until only onl the embers embl cast a subdued subduedight Iubued Iubuedlight subduedlight
light over unt the little hUu bivouac bivouacAbout blvolao blvolaoAboul bIvouacAbout
About 10 oclock It began IJgan to rain rin but timedrizzle the theirizzle theelrzzlo
elrzzlo drizzle lasted Iltld only a few minutes mlnlttl and all the thejlanketft theblankets theblankets
blankets were not wet through After Afterhat Afterthat Afterthat
that hat it cleared olellre and anr the night was wal fine fineBeforo fineDfore fineBefore
Before Dfore they started the Precldont Preldelt made madehe lade ladethe madethe
the he boys bOYI promise prom not 10t to find fnd fault talI no matter matterwhat maler malerwhat matronehat
what happened Nothing more serious teriotMhan seriousthan eriour
than the thJluherini haflpne gathering of about all al alltiw the mosqui mosquioes mO moequitoes llui lluitoell
toes oes on 01 Lloyds L0rdll Neck around urund tlm tim camp campIre
fre Ire occurred oeurn and ad tho President Prl ident and caml the theaoya t timeboys 10 10oYI
oYI boys aoya got up at daybreak Mr Ir Koonnvelt Koonnveltprepared Uoorwll Uoorwllpreprd Roonveltprepared
preprd prepared the the breakfast brakfwt while the boys boysiraotised bOdproetl boysIraotsd
proetl iraotised < shooting hootnK at targets targetsThe largf targetsThe
The Thl start star homo hOlo was Wlq mode madl at about aboutocock 0 0clock 0acloek
ocock clock and the party prty reached reched Sagamore Sagamoreilll galor galorHi
Hi illl at about allQlt 0 0ExSenator OExSenlor 9ExSenator
ExSenator ExSenlor W V I 1 fl Washburn Wahburn of Minnesota Minnesotavas lnlttn
vas 1 the Presidents Prsidellts only visitor todnv tomvlie todnvlo odavHo
Ho lo camo care merely merly to pay his respects rlpectl to Mr Mrttoosevrlt tfrRoosevelt r rHoo
Hoo Roosevelt > oflt Before Hforo leaving Iavin ho li expressed expressedhe ppre t1 t1the
the he opinion that tho flurry in Wall ltli 11 Street Streetlock Htrfetstock Streettack
lock was WI only temporary tmporry and local 1011 and andhat andthlt amidhat
thlt hat the general business bUHllpO conditions of ofhe ofthp ofhe
thp he country were perfectly ptrlctly sound soundPostmasterGeneral Bouml soundPostrnasterOenerat
PostmasterGeneral Payne Inyne and Mrs Mrsaynt MrsPayne II
Pay Payne aynt < are ar expected expcted hero her tomorrow morn rnornng mornIng mornOR
Ing ng fur a short visit at Sagamore Hill HillFALL Hi Hit
t FALL A KILLED iI LUm 1 1irebbishop lH Il MOOEV MOOEVrchltUhop UOOEIArlhhbholl
rchltUhop iorrleins orrljans nioRrnpIier loprapller Slipped SlippedInto SUIlle ShlIlIMIInto
Into Illn n 1 Riulne nl InE In II the Adirondack AdirondackIt dlrorIDII dlrorIDIII
It I was a fall fal into a a ravine ravlnl in tho All AdiondacliH Alloiidacis di diroudac1
ondacliH that caused the death
roudac1 tho on Monday Mondayf Ioml
ot f John A Mooney Mool LL I D of t this tl city cityho ci cityvho y ywho
who ho was the biographer of Archbishop Archbishoplorrigan Archblllhlp ArchblllhlpCorrigan Archbishopornigari
Corrigan CorriganDr lorriganDr
Dr Mooney who lived lved alone alon at horn Hurrlane Hurr hornane
cane ane was WI accustomed aenu trne to takiiiR tukin long lon walks walksivtsr walksOWl walksver
OWl ivtsr tho mountainw rollntalml On Monday afternoon afternoono
hu mu o was 188 ncxomrnnied aNot1nnicd by the little Itl daughtor daughtorf
of if f one of f hia 118 mis nolghbdrn 101 > h11rl While Whll standing standingu HtandllG HtandllGon
on mit u the thlummt summit of a steep 111 Incline incine and onllldni onllldniIng pUnt pUntig icintog
Ing ig out lt some Bore of the th beauties btautitl ur < jf tlm UII scenery scotiorye coneryhe
he e took a step ttp on onround tl what wht h 1m sipped t tl > l ll be bebitt > e
tnl bitt Tn ground grund round but w what hat proved to tl btt II a cont contig contIng coatnil
Ing nil ig of earth over lver a frail trMI support of lf brush bruhhr lUh lUhDr brush1r
Dr r Mooney Moonl fell 200 20 O feet to the th Ixjttom holtlH 4ttOYI of ofravin ofa ofI
a I ravine Several evprhllen men who vau were near Ieal wont wontr wontto
to 0 r > his aid alI but it was WIR found that he It was wasload WiS WiSdeael waslead
deael load Th Cht tue Hov Dr D 1 Henry A Brann Branneotor lrdnn lrdnnrctor tiranmiector
rctor eotor of St It Agness nl Church here IlrOI went to tolurrloina tm tmIurriocnms I Ilurrlcnl
lurrlcnl lurrloina yesterday teday to lirinij hrll brini the t tl Ie bcdy bcdyri bcaymere
her mere ri > The funeral will Wl be in II the Church edy of citt ofit ofSt
St it t Agnes Avn s thin thl morning Dr Branr Brnn echo celeiratlnK llle lllehratut echoratimmg
hratut iratlnK the requiem rfllfm mass 1811 An eulogy eulogymill uloy uloywile I
wile mill ill bo delivered delple by Father Thomas Cnmtvell Camp Canmpbell
bel ell H J JfACOMPS JJACOl JIACOMItS i
JACOl fACOMPS DAM limilGK 111F TflI TRACKS TRACKSmermen TRMIS TRMISAlderln KS KSldcrnman
Alderln mermen Saul SIII to IlavoScrn 1 hIae Sean lrr Another Iotbl IlRht IlRhtfilner 1lllt 1llltSlntr ItlitSince
Since Slntr I It ait Vetlnc Vtin ttnr no noTh NoThl NoThe
Th Thl The Board DOlId of u t Estimate Ftmale granted IrnntEd jester yeMenlay jesteray Yllter Yllterday
day ay on very Vfry slightly slghty modified modiied terms temU ft 1 re reowed ronowd remewed
nowd mewed owed application Rpplcnle > n to the Union 1llon Railroad Railroadjmpany Rllud RlludCmpny RailroadomnpaDy
Cmpny jmpany for a 0 franchise to cross crOl1 Ma Maomba Maeomb8 lilaarabs
arabs Dam Bridge Drdgl The Aldermen some somereelta sonicaeelms mo moweell
reelta ago voted votfd down H similar llmllr upplicaion appliua appliuaion Ipplca I
Unn ion but It Is now understood that thlt the theildenuon Ih IhAldenun thuUdermon
Aldenun ildenuon aro prepared to grant the irk privljg lrll lrllIUit irkego
IUit ego jg Iho ho contract oontainu oonlall tho same samelause laml cantoilauee
omus lause aa I before specifyIng 8poclylnl that tho New Nowfork NewYork Newkork
fork City Intarborough Intfrborough Railroad must 116t be beicrmlttfld hepcnnllft hoetItbittfi
pcnnllft icrmlttfld to t use the tracks tl kll Tho rt franchise franchiseill frnnohl8ewi franchisesill
wi sill ill come cme before btore the Aldermen Aldorren for rutiflcn rutiflcnion ratfCI rutiftcmttoni
ton ion tomorrow tomorrowAction tomorrowActon tomorrowAction
Action Acton on the franchlno tralhllo applied appled for by
the he Now York Central Cntral Railroad Ufliroad Company Companyo
to L0 o build buid tracks in Twelfth lelth avenuo aoulo from froimihirtyfifth fromthirtyfifth frol
Thirtytth thirtyfifth street stret to Twentyeighth was waslit wasput wasut
put lit over until unt1 September 8eptmbr The Board of offetimato ofEtitw ofetimiete
Etitw fetimato wants 111 tho company to pay 18400 18400year SS40I 8400I
I I year YM for the privilege prlvlego but the company companys
I 1 s willing wilng to pay only 12400 12400ity U 11400Ity O OCt
Ct ity l tl to Uaj no Jimicl dUlrl Manilon 111101 for S33Bioo S33Bioolh S S235000The 3IOOO 3IOOOh
lh The h Board Dood of Eutimcto Ftmde appropriated IppropraEd JJ3S 223 223yesterday
0 30 yesterday ytenilY for the tlo purchasa purcu M at the old oldum oldJU1 oldFuml
JU1 Fuml um l Mansion Mlon which whic was iu u used d by Wash Washigton WashIngton Vaehingtofl
igton II As hi hil his headquarter hodqwlterl 11i Thu 111 ancient ancientouso aoen aoenhout ancienslouse
hout louse < < J 1 I is to be b converted cnvert Into a museum museumir musum musumtor
tor ir th the exhibition ehibiton of historic hstorlo relics relc It Iti I ICa
18 a i now owned by Mrs Ferdinand Ferdinnd P Earlo Earlohe FrloBhe EarleThe
The he asked owe 13011000 1300 for it An A appraisal appraisl wan wanludo waand8 wasnade
nd8 ludo by direction diretion of Comptrollar Comptllo Groutend Grout Qroutnd Groutad
ad nd the th value Vue was Wi flxd fd at a 1220000 120rO 220 000 Y Ystor Ystorcl Yntmurlay stor storided
lay M Mrs Erlo Earle ored offered t to el self for SO 230Oo 230Ooaid
cl And t thi b board dide decided ided to buy
R H M Macy cy a Coi Co Attraction Are Their Low Prices PricesBw Priceh3wayst
Bw h3wayst y t6thAv 34lh to 35cb St StWines StWines
Wines for Medicinal Purposes PurposesWhen PurposeS6Idl PurposeS6IdlWhen >
When You lOl Buy by the th Gallon Galon We Furnish Jug FreeJames Free FreeJames FreeJa11eS
James E Pepper Whiskey J 5 years yel old our regular regularprice regularprce regularprice
price 264 gal gal 9c bottle botte for this sale gal 5224 5224bot 224 224bot 224bot
bot bot 49c 49cOld 49cOld 49cOld
Old Hermitage Rye 12 years old regular price prie 94c 9c a bottle botej for or JAc 74 JActhis
this thissale thissaleYoungs sale saleYoungs saleYoun
Youngs Youn s Y P M others oth rs charge char e 5OO gal gal 125 125 tot Oti our olr price prie 419 419eal 419al 419ai
eal al 99c bot botOld bot tiotOld
Old Colonial Colonil Cocktails Cocktaisal Cocktailsall aI kinds kindsbotte kindsbottle bottle 78c case ase 886 886Champagnes 886ChampagnesJerenay 88iChampagnesDerenay
Champagnes ChampagnesJerenay Derenay Pere et Fils Fis Epprnay EpprnayHxtra Ep rnay rnayExtra rnayExtra
Extra dry 189J t89 case quarts 1998 pints pint 2199Viii 2199 2199Vin 2199Vin
Vin Erut rmit 189 case qiurts 2198 pints 2398 2398Champagnes 2398ChampagnesGeorge 2393ChampagnesGeorge
Champagnes ChampagnesGeorge George dOrbel d Orbcl Epernay EpernaySec
Sec cass cas of quarts quart 1849 pints 1999 halfpints halfpint 2149NoticeIn 2149 2149Notice 2149 2149NotieIn
Notice NotieIn NoticeIn In the quotations that follow folow the first price prie is for or cases of quarts quartsthe quartsthe quartsthe
the second for cases of pints
Clarets ClaretsLeon
Leon Marceau Mlrceau Co Bordeaux BordeauxSt
St Julien3QH Julen9f 498 498Pontet 498Pontet 498otitet
Pontet otitet Canet 5498 498 598 598Margaux 598Marlu 598Margatic
Margaux Marlu 598 698 698larost698 < > 98 98Larose698 98Larose698
Larose698 larost698 798 798Nathaniel 798Nathaniel 798Nathaniel
Nathaniel Johnston SonsBordeaux SonsBordeauSainte SonsBordeauxSainte SonsBordeauxSainte
Sainte Loubes 5524 524 624 624Medoc 624Medoc 624Medoc
Medoc 574 674 674St 674St 674St
St Etnilion Emion 5624 624 5724St 5724 5724St S7Z
St Julien Julen 674 5774 5774SI 774 774St 774St
St Esterhe 5774 774 874 874Marganx 874Margau 874Margaux
Marganx Superior 8 874 74 5974 5974Chat 974 974Chat 974Chat
Chat Pontet Canet 5974 974 1074 1074Chat 1074Chat 1074Chat
Chat Pape Clement I 1124 124 51224 51224Chat 1224 1224Chat 124 124Char
Chat Dillon Dion 1899 3674 674 67 5774 5774Hock 5714Hock 774 774hock
Hock Wines WinesHcinrich WinesHcinrich WinesHeinrich
Hcinrich Uarthel Sohn MainzHochheirner Mainz MainzHochheimer lainzHochhemer
Hochheimer 449 549 549Rwlcsheimer 549Rulcsheimer 549Rudcsheinmer
Hochhemer
Rwlcsheimer Rulcsheimer 549 5649 5649Iiebtraumikli t4Q t4QLeblraumich 649 649Llebiraetrnihciu
Iiebtraumikli Leblraumich 649 749 749Marohrunner 749srbrunner 749Msrohrunner
Marohrunner srbrunner S749 749 849 849P
I P J Valcktnberf ValcktnberfHattenheimer Vulckcnberg VulckcnbergHatnheimer ValckvnbergHattenmimeimumer
Hattenheimer Hatnheimer 591 59 5094 5094laubenhcimer 091 091Llubcnhcimcl 098aubcnhcinmmer
laubenhcimer Llubcnhcimcl 674 5774 5774Niersteiner 774 774Niersl 774Niemsmeiner
Niersteiner Niersl ine 5774 774 S874 S874Hochheimer 5874Hochheinmer 174 174Hoehheimer
Hochheimer 5874 874 5974 5974Liebfraumilch 971Liebfraumnilelu 971 971Lebrraumilch
Liebfraumilch Lebrraumilch 1174 74 51274 51274Burgundy 51274Burgundy 1274Burgundy
Burgundy Wines WinesBouchard Vin VlnesBomuchard 5 5Bouchard
Bouchard Pere et File FllsMacon Fis Fisaeon FileMacon
Macon aeon 5774 774 874 874Beaune 874Beaune 874Bemmune
Beaune S89 894 994 994Chambertin 99 99Chamberlin 994Cluurnbertin
Chambertin 51574 1674 1674Chablis 1674Chabls 1674Chablis
Chablis Chabls White Whie 5974 914 10 74 74P 74P 74P
P Chauvenet ChauvenetMacon ChauvenctMacon ChauvenetMacon
Macon 5874 874 974 974Beaujolais 974Beaujulais 974Beaujeuhais
Beaujolais 924 1024 SI024Chabls 1024Chablis 1024Chablis
Chablis Chabls 1024 24 11 124 124Beaune 1124 1124Reaunc 24 24Beaune
Beaune 1104 04 1204 1204Pommard 1204Pornmard 01 01Pommard
Pommard 51124 124 12 24Chambertin 24 24Chambertin 24Chambertln
Chambertin 1874 1974 1974Perhaps 197 197Perhaps 1974Perh3ps
Perhaps its its the Yachting Fever Feverthat Feverthat Feverthat
that accounts for the unusual ulbual call callfor cal callfor
for the theDouble theDouble theDoubleBreasted
Double DoubleBreasted = BreastedSack BreastedSackIn Breasted Sack SackIn
In Blue Serges and Cheviots Cheviotswe
we have a splendid assortment asstrtment
15 Sl7 17 20 22 525 525Blacks S25Blacks 25 25Blacks
Blacks also alsoif if you want them
18 20 2Oand and S25 S25Both 25 25Both 25Both
Both colors DoubleBreasted DoubleBreastedlook Double Breasted Breastedlook
look well wel in full ful suit 5uitLight suitLight sui
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Goumay Gonray I Co case quarts 1074 1074bottle 1074bol 1074bottle
bottle bol Ie 94c 94cMartell 94cMurel 94eMartell
Martell Murel One On Star case quarts qUlrts 1358 1358bottle 1358botle 1358bottle
bottle botle 114 114MartellThree 114Marell 114MartehlThree
MartellThree Marell Three Star ease quarts quars 1596 1596bottle 1596bottle 1L96bottle
bottle 133 133Martell 133Martel 133Martelt
Martell Martel Three Star pint bottles botles 89C 89COtard 89Couud 89COtard
Otard Dupuy Co One Star case casequarts casequarts casequarts
quarts 51298 519 1298 bottle bolle 109Red 109 109Red 109Red
Red Star California CaliforniaWines Calfornia CalforniaWines Californiawines
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Zinfandel gallon galon 119 I 19 i casequarts346 casequarts346Burgundy case qunrts3346 qunrts3346Burgundy quarts4
Burgundy gallon galon 144 case qts 418 418Riesling 418Rieshing 18 18Heslng
Riesling Heslng case quarts 346 346Sauternes 346Sauteres 346Sauternes
Sauternes Sauteres case quarts quart 499 499Tokay 499Tokay 499Tokay
Tokay gallon galon 284 half gallon galon 143 143Port 143Port i43Port
Port Sherry Angelica Angelca and Muscatel Muscate galIon gal gallon gallon ¬
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I nm a a constunt cOl tnt wearer of W V L I Douglaa DouglaaS3BO DoughaS1 Donglusttso
S3BO S1 Oiho shoes 1m I Juvo ImiVIi uva always IIY fount fOUJl1 them durable durableiiinl durablemutt
iiinl 111 easy tittiiijt litll I receive roroi fe more value for my myninnay myJUOY nayliiiututy
than tha lit other otHr makes makesTlifn lkcs lkcsThl immalcesTImI
ninnay Tlifn Thl til 1 tim r re4u IUI iin AVIIoiii1a Vl III Itmugla > KIRI niakctitnil niakctitnilunit IIRkuand IIRkuandel makes nd ndsell
unit el morn Inl mom iiienn ijeim R SlMI III nliiieK hl tutu Ih any other otherninnilluclnrfr olhe olhe10 othermsmsiuiiiseturer
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That Douglas uses Corona Colt proves prve there is isvalue I isvalue
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hlghsst highet grade patent leather made madel mademrs
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0oya nLk wear wo W L Oouplam Dou Shoes Soo SooI ShoesPrice ShoomPrice
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ii 1 ono 010 of tho thm youngtfrt rO young rll at lawyers In Mount MountVernon Mounttron MountVernon
Vernon thf ttm defence will bo Insanity Insanityand InsanItyamid
tron says lys ctelle wi hI Innly Innlyand
and H I HtroiiR trl light fghl will wi Iw hl made ut tho trial trialto trial trblhi
to w NV cave ve tIm til prisoners pI18uoriltH pI18uoriltHnL lit llfiTho litllm
Tho llm nL AVcutclustor WC8tcllllr County Cunty Grand Jurywill Jury Jurywill JurywU
wU will not coritilikr c li r thn thf thi charge of murdor murdorngnlntt mur murdorageinit or orI
ngnlntt I nlmt Ebult Eboitmuuitii until Ilt October Octoberuwisn Octobr Octobr1m Octoberilc
uwisn 1m ilc 1 isii lIWTFfTOll IROTETtJIj XEKDED XEKDEDIiidCP XIrnEn XIrnEnJmlrt xirpjPIIIG
Jmlrt IiidCP Inyrr lrsril Ull the 11111nl llnlldliic of Ono Onour tinefur ne netlr
tlr fur ur IMIiuiurni Ilhlu1 IStbrew librew Chllilreti ChllilretiJudjo lllren lllrenJudl hilmiranJudge
Judge Judl t Jiliun JIIII J1lmn M il 1 Mayer Ilyr in nn n address to toho totho tothe
the ho Jowlfh ChUt ChiUtIIUI Clitutsoiqtume iicUtt at lt AtlanUo AlanUo City Cityf CItyN
N f J yesterday on 01 the Childrens Chidrens Courtin Court Courtn lrt lrtIn
In n New York strongly Advocated advoclted th thf tim build buildf bulel bulelInp buiicling
ot f Jewish TlllltaU h I 1 r fr I 1 I In
In this
Inp ing n a Jtwi lrotvtory rotectory < > VU IWJ tllld VllJT VllJTIho ciy city
Iho hn increase Inerl11 of tho Jewish Jowl h population populationtrryinK poiuulationcarrying
carrying clrrlnl with It an incrennml ppulaton ppulatonclrrlnl number Illbor of of oflhHJHlt oideilimmuiimmt
deilimmuiimmt ielliiii lhHJHlt < tut children chidren Indo n reformatory reformatorynntltutUm
Inatltulol institut nntltutUm iou for thono this children chidren n nece loceIity niecevesity ity ityle
he le uald AK Atlt it is is now nil Il Hobrow nfblow clilldren clilldrenjommitted chidren chidrenoummltod clufldroncinutnittosi
jommitted oummltod in tho Childrens Chldrenl Court must mustic IUllt IUlltlIe muiusthe
lIe ic sent IfUt either eiher to the the Juvenile Juvenie Asylum or oro orto orto
to o the liaise nui of Jlufugo JlufugoJuilpi Herupo HerupoJudo ItorugemJumigu
Judo Mayor 1InYlr Bald ammidliit BaldThn Roldh
Thn liit h iricreiutn incleill of Jowlwh Jowvll population populaton makes makesi mnkl
0 a i Jewish Jtwlh 11otlftolY protectory a ncceHHlty lclllty but in inho Inthe inthe
the ho event event that hit such a 1 protectory shall hll be boirginlziHl beorgHlz beorgimiizemi
prottctorY
irginlziHl orgHlz 1 its if Jewish feature nhould he bololely helolely hectuleiy
lolely lolely inllnious 1tlllol8 nnd a 11 not II racial meal While Whileho Whie Whietho Whilethu
tho ho ohscrvaiices OhIIVdICeS of tho religion relpiouD faith should Ihould Ihouldbe shouldbe
be 0 adhered to to the fundamental tlndamntl doctrine of ofAmerican otAmerican ofAmerican
American government govorment and of the th American Americanplrlt Amerca Americansiminit
spirt plrlt should always aiwaYI be taught taughtIMpkfd taughtIrkrl taughtIIekrd
I IFrnk
IMpkfd Irkrl Porkets While 1111 Prrslilrnt Pflldrnt SpokeFrank Spoke fipokeFrank
Frank Frnk Howard Iowlrd alias alaR Five Finger ion OorIon Oor iondon
don Ion who Is i wanted want d in Iynn Mans Ma for fortnaling tor8tealng forstealing
8tealng stealing 13000 10 3000 from the pocket pcket of lt if man manrho mnnwho manwho
who rho was WI listening lstnig to an address by Prenl Prli Prlidelt Pesellent Prenlent
delt lent ent llooBovolt lolwelt In September Spttlllr last was wastrralgned W1arral wasarmaigmmetl
arral trralgned ned In tho Tombs court yesterday yeuterdayiy YEIItrliay
by iy Central Celtral Office Ofce Detective DtlcUf Carey Carey Careyaid fimy fimylald Careysaid
lald aid the I lie man was known to tho police policehrouphout polo olIoo olIoothirouigiuemt
hrouphout the country as al a I pickpocket plukpocUetmil fllckJoket fllckJoketI
I mil that be l has hal made lade many lany rich hattIe by hyI
folowing following the President around tIme country countryind ollntry ollntryand countryand
and working in II the Ihl crowds He 10 wan wa re reminded Il rennandod ¬
I papf papfi minded papers i to the thaTomb Tomb to ikwait awatxralton awatxraltonpapf awaitztradition awaitztraditionpapers < itradition
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I Closes Saturdays aturday at Noon NoonWhere I IWhere i
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Where Are the Linens LinensI
I II I TWO FLOORS IN TWO MINUTES MINUTESBY
I II I BY B Y TEN ELEVATORS ELEVATORSFrionds ELEVATORSI ELF VA TORS TORS11iOflIS
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I Frionds Fri lls of of our Linen Store who did not know knowof
I of its elevation to tho Third Jhild floor tIQU have hUe been linking questions questionsfrequently qlotione qilOstionsfrequently
II frequently froquelt of Into And tho answer is iF pat two floors foors in two twoniiniiteH twominutcl twoniintiteoi
niiniiteH minutcl by miy ono of ten elevators elevatorsAnd eloatoIR elevators4tnd
I And nd spread out on 01 tho Third floor with ith plenty of light lightand lght lghtfnd lightand
and fnd air and i space the linens lnenI make nUko tho brave showing theyre theyreentitled theyreentitlnl theyreeftititMi
entitled entitlnl to toa a display c1lplnr that tmt makes rncs you glad to twrm them theworthy the theworthy I Iorthj
worthy orthj successors Slcecssur8 of the old Stewart Linens Lnens And they tlw have havelong hnveI havelong
long been worthy successors only you havent hlent seen half of them themin them themin i iin
I in their former limited lmied space spaceSo spactI I IHo
I So s Linens Lnens have gone up lp ill wo P hear some one Oll say RI face facetiously fncE facetiously ¬ I II i itiou8lV
tiously Yea YeNup t8tl up town 101 up country l lltr to I co many mlll appreciative nppletIltie cus customers eus 115 115tomnershuut ¬
I tomers tomershlt tomnershuut but not up in price priu irit On ii the contrary tho hoiisewarming hoiisewarmingof
of tho linens lnons prompts special priconmvs Wovo Wov told tull yon jOI of splendid splendid splen splendid ¬
I did offerings oferings of Table Cloths Napkins and Inl Towels which remain remainin lclain lclainforce reunajin
in force until unti lots are 10 exhausted exhlsted Today TOlljits TOlljitsTableLinen its itsTableLinen itsTab1eLinen
TableLinen By the Yard
I Cream TableLinen at 4Qc a I Yard YardII YardJlldfOln YardHammdsonun
II Handeonio JlldfOln floral 10ml pattern potern bleacliM bleacliMulckly hlechl luleacimesquickly
quickly and wt WlaIK ssams > arn well wnl 114 I Inches Inche wide wideTsual wideUalll wideUsumal
Tsual Ualll price prlcl SOc O yard yardFullBJeaclied yart yarn yarnFullBleached
FuUBicJched FullBJeaclied Irish TableLinen TableLnen at atSOc at50c
I SOc 50 a Yard YardI Yardlrgo YarilLarge I
I Large < argo variety variet of designs te > llnt 07 inches Inch wide wideImported wile wideImumpurtod
Imported Ilporto to Boll f1 at GJ 6 iCe recently rtcenty void old ns nsapecial If Ifapia asspecial 1
special apia value vaue at fMc a yard yardral yarl yardUai1flicached I
ral tJIBleached Uai1flicached Bleached TableLinen TableLnen at soc a aYard aYard aYard
Yard YardSturdy YardStur YardSturdy
Sturdy Stur y wearing < quality qualty soft sot flmiishiwashes finish finishthan finishwllu
wllu washes white quickly ant Wpar8 wears longer longerI longerthan
I than fullblenched fulhltJachrd linen lnen costing costn costin half asmuch as il tiemuch
I much mich again agnln 70 inches Inche wide widei wideCream wideCream I
i Cream White TableLinen at 60c ai aiYard a aYad aL
L Yard YardFrom Yad YardFrom
I From ono 01 of the bwt bPt makers mnkpl in Ireland
70 Indian InchB wide widl Regularly lowpriced lowr ic at at70o
70o 70 a yard
Summer Skirts at a Dollar DollarFOUR DollarFO
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MANY LUCKY WOMEN WOMENYou
You Y Ol may remember a similar simiar event last la t Sum Summer Summer Sumrnei
mer when twelve hundred Washable Walking WalkingSkirts WalkingSkirts Val king kingSkirts
Skirts at a dollar dolar wont in a dayOnly day dayOnly dayOnly
Only a third of that quantity is here today todayand today todayand todayand
and the skirts will wi be snapped up very quickly So Soif Soif Soifyou
if ifyou you wish to share in the offering be prompt promptOne prompt promptOne j jOne
One hundred hundreda a quarter of the number numberare numberareof are areof
of white piquo in flounce founce styles with insertion insertionThe insertionI insertionThe
I The rest are of black and navy blue duck with white whiteringdots whiteringdots whiteringdots
ringdots j some with flounces founces some gored with withrows withrows withrows
rows of stitching at the bottom bottomNeatly bottomNeaty bottomNeatly
Neatly Neaty made stylish stylsh Skirts at an almost ridic ridiculous ridic ridiculous ridiculous ¬
ulous price
1 Each Worth 2 to 250 250Second
Second floor Broadway Dradway I II I
j These Shoe Prices PricesWILL PricesWIL PricesWILL
WILL WIL INTEREST BOTH BOTHMEN BOTHMEN BOTHMEN
MEN AND WOMEN WOMENTheyre WOMENrrheytre WOMENrlllleyiro
Theyre part of our ourmachinery ourmahinery ourmachinery
> machinery mahinery for cleaning cleaning stock stock of ofsmall ofsmnllote ofBmall
small smnllote lots And they apply toshoes to toshoes toshoes
shoes that have proved favorites favoritesat
at full ful prices priceRwhich which were much muchhigher muchhigher muchhigher
higher than these theseI theseIf
I If I stylish stylsh Summer Shoes are areamong areI areamong
I among your needs you y u can save savemoney savoi savelflOhle
i money lflOhle by picking them out of ofthese ofI oftiteso
I these two groups groupsWomens groupsWomens roup8I
I Womens 4 5 and 7 7Shoes 7I
I I Shoes hoes 190 190A I IA
A roundup of highgrade Button and andLaoe andLo andLace
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Lace Shoes Shoe that sold up to t 17 7 a pair Of Ofcourse OtOO
Lo course OO lines lne ore a more or lens 1 broken brken but butlt butIt butit
It surely worth while whie If you yO can el buy a
15 1 5 or It 1 pair Iar of shoes 8hO by dint of a 1 little littlepicking ltte lttepicking littlepicking
picking for 1100 31901Mens 1100Mens UO UOMens
Mens Oxford Shoes at
240 240Of
Of kid an and patent ooltakin coltln made Ide with withweltol wth wthweltd withwelteci
weltol solos of beet blt oaktanned oaktanne leather leatherand leathprnnd leatherand
and weltd nnd with wth sol1 every detail of good style and andworkmanship 10 10worlmNhlp andworkrnntnshmip
workmanship Prices were 13 139 300 and a afew afew
1 few worlmNhlp at SS 5 a pair IriM Broken lot hots again gan best bestchoosing bet betI beetcimooting
choosing cooflnl in Pr among long larger laRtr sizes sizesMain sizesMain lzl
I Main Man floor for Shoo Sloo Store 8toreI
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John Wanamaker WanamakerFormerly
Formerly Fomerly A T 5t Stwr Stewart w rt ft 4 Co Broadway Fourth Ave Av 9th 4 loCh SUu SU
ONLY rATcaixa FORCOVRTHOUSE FDIZCOJ ItT JUSE JUSENot
aNI PUIING FORCOVRTHOUSENot I
Not More Than 81OOOO IOO Instead of 0 BIOl BIOlOOO 1101 5102onO
OOO 0 to lie Ue8plnt Spent on It I Thin 1lt Summer SummerNot SumDrr SumnuerNot I INot
Not more mor than 110000 S10o 10000 Is to be lx spent lpnt upon uponthe upn upnthe uponthe
Court House thin summer summerthough summerthough
the County Cunty 10uS thll Bummr Bummrthough
though It had been ben expected oxpecd that the old oldTwe oldTwefd oldTweed
Twe Twefd Tweed d monstrosIty monltroMly would be b completelyrenovated completely compiltelyrtnovAted completelyrenovated
renovated rtnovAted flit decision to retrench on onthe onthe onthe
the proposed propa d work was Wil reached at a con conmiltatloo conulaUon conSult4tiOI3
miltatloo ulaUon held yesterday by Supreme Court CourtJustices CourtJUIUcS CourtJustices
Justices JUIUcS Truas Tru Scott Sct and Ild Dugro Dugr and Bor Borough Borough hor horough ¬
ough President Cantor Cntr Tho money will willbo wi willlie
bo devoted devotd mainly maily to now nw sanitations sanitationsThe Inltlons sanitatlonsThe i ihe
The he roof leaks Iak and ad the plumbing plubing and fnlllght fnlllghtIng light lighting lightlug ¬
ing arrangements arralRemeotl are primitive prmltvo and un unwholesome onwholesome ¬
wholesome wholesomeIt whole m6 m6It
It had hi been bn announced Announcd that the contract contractfor cntract cntractror contractfor
for complete cmplete renovation rnovation would probbly probblybe probably probablybe
be let to John 0 Sheehan A Co C on I the lowest lowestbidder lowe lowestbidder t
bidder at 1101400 1010 But lut It wa 8 decided decidedonthe deoldld deoldldylteray decid d dyesterday I
yesterday that to impend pnd t ecu mich mtuch money mnyon
ylteray onthe on th the building buidig when a now one in Is abcut abcutr aben abenlob
lob it be buil iUiit woud woWrl b bit matravaganre xtravallco Ninety Nlnulypr Ninetyper
per r omit clt of the estimated el I mated cant wile 11 t herefnre IhNefor tiuentvfontvknocked herefnreknocked
knocked pr off or and It may IIY IM > Idultd uwumed that thatwhen thAtwhen thatwhen
when the long vacation vaoton is ovor the tle Court CourtHaute Cut Cutoua CourtHouse
Haute oua will rm reopen ropn for business bUllnf1 showing showingraort Inowlng Inowlngmo showingmore
mo more patches plche than t ever rr
OrauBleachcd Qra Bleached TabeLlnen Tabclnen at 1 1Yard 1Yard a aYard
Yard YardKiiliiflnlnhed Yardthtilfuillhell YardSit
Sit Kiiliiflnlnhed thtilfuillhell imutinmislmel normln Jerninn Tablelinen Ta ahlelnen lmIeIinemi 72 in Inwide inwidt i iwidci
wide Our OUI ttpecial specal importation Irforla tion to tl sell el at at1J2
1J2 125 a yard yardBleached yardBleached aIJ aIJBeached
Bleached Beached Double DoublC Damask at sizs 125 125Yard a aYard aYard
Yard YardSpecially YardHpedaly YardSpecially
Specially Hpedaly mode mlte made for us in Scotland ScotlandAhuoHt ScotlandAiniost otand otandAluoHt
AhuoHt AluoHt tho entire product of the th maker makerconies makercomes makerconies >
conies to our two I wo store Itref This hi is the t h very veryn veryboat
bOlt damask know al 11211 125
dlllk we kllW n vw a a yarn vuitl 1
70 71 inches illchl wide wideBleached widuBleached wideBleached va
Bleached Irish Irla2 Damask at a si35 si35Yard 135 a aYard aYard
Yard YardA I IA
A specially speialy fine fne quality qualty but the assort assortment forl forlment missortmont ¬
ment of patterns Pltcl got broken and the thematching themal themnateimlng
matching mal ching napkins are all al soldihenco sold hence 13S 13Sa IU IUa
a yard yardln instead tead of Sill 175 72 Inches wide wideThird widoThird wideThird
Third floor
SilkWeft SikWeft Shirts for Men Men2A Men2A
2A 2A WELCOME WELCOMEPRICEDEPARTURE WELCOMEPRICEDEPARTURE WELCOMEPRICEDEPARTURE
PRICEDEPARTURE PRICEDEPARTUREShirts PRICEDEPARTUREShirts I IShirts
Shirts exactly oxacty like lke these theseusually theseusually i iusual
usually usual cost 275 incur in our Mens MensFurnishing MensFurnishing MensFurnishing
Furnishing Store And weVe weVesold weTe weTesold wevesold
sold hundreds of them to men menwho menI menwho menwho
who know the good points of a asilkweft j jsilkweft I I Isikweft
silkweft sikweft shirt for negligee neglgee wear wearparticularly i iparticularly iparticularly
particularly when theyre theyreplaying theyr theyreplaying I
playing playinA golf gol tennis or the like likeBut lk lkBut likeBut
But we got forty fort dozens from fromthe fromthe
the maker to sell sel at attwo at1wo atTwo I
two 1wo Dollars Dolars Lach Lachwhich tachwhich Fachwhich
which well wel have no difficulty difficultyin difculty I
in doing doingMade doingMade
I
Made in a variety of their theirbest theirbest theirbest
best patterns with soft sof collars collarsor colar colaror
or neckbands neck bands soft cuffs cufs sizes
14 to 17i 17iIs 1T 1TIts i iIts
Its Is tho first frst time we haveever have haveever hvaever
ever offered ofered silkweft sikweft shirts at so solow solow solow
low a price priceHuns priceM priceMens
M Huns < os Furnlablnf Furntshtn Store Stor Dnudwur nradwar and Ninth si
NEW NEWCOLLAR NEWCOLLAR
COLLAR COLLARMans
Mans Iloily tol Ilod Found In Harlrm larlll nitrr nitrrTho Rh SimmThe 11 11Th
The Th body holy of a man mln al 11011 about > out to years larl yearswatt olrf olrfwas o oWi
was Wi found taunt yesterday yestmllY in II the Harlem larlm Hive Hiveopposite Ih Ihoppsite Iieopposite
Met Mofhan Metlirmti ltF ltFhnn
John
opposite oppsite 157th street IItrtt by Capt Clpt
han who found Adolph Openhym Opmhti bod bodynear bodnp bodnear
tho month aR aRThe ago agoThis O OThl
near np r oamo earn place some
The Thl only articles rtcl 8 which may lead to ld It idati idatiIlemetlon nti ntiflcation nt
flcation llaton urn 1m am a pair of gold cuff clff but bltton blttonarkId huttors huttorsmnarked torn tornmarked
marked arkId with time thf initial Inllli M J There wrr wrrtwo Wrr WrrIwo werctwo
two cut Olltl cuts on Oi th < head htll which had l d prob4blvbeen prohibIt prohhh prohhhbn prohibItbeen
been bn caused oal11 by the body coming llli in oontac oontacwith OIW OIWwl ooUIawith
with wl committed rocks rocs suicide The police plk believe olevo the mn mncommitted 10 10ommt manoonimnltted
ommt

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