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THE SUN SUNDAY SUNDAY JUNE 4 1905
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IiSSES Iiies ItY In VIUKF IlUP MLItlHY MLItlHYHut t1tIWIIIJlut
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Hut HIP Three lolre Iollle Conmilgslonors Must MustAnsivnr lIlltIISIIr
Ansivnr IISIIr for Nut Scelin Seelll Vt PIlat t Jerry JerryMurphys Jerrylllrllhs
Murphys Ionlronni Was Nupprrssctl NupprrssctlImllctmcntsMnld HUllprrssedllIlIlctmcntsSIIIII
ImllctmcntsMnld la He Duo tu a Juke JukeJerspy JoleJt
Jerspy Jt > r fY City follw foll < tl wore jarred yesterday yesterdayby
by tw announcement that tho Democratic Democraticirantl Democratloirand
irantl Jury of Hudson County had found foundirJc toundIrUe
irJc hills bJll of indictment against tho thiee thieeIcrspy
Icrspy 111101 City police commUalonors John JohnMitchell JohnlItclwllllll
Mitchell lItclwllllll nnclThomasWTlldcn Thomtl8W Tilden Republicans Republicansmid
mid John F I McNulty Democrat The in inflictments illrl
flictments rl it li said nro for nonfeasonce nonfeasoncein I Iin
in oflioo and arc based ba d on tho allegation allegationdint I Itlull
dint tho commissioners failed to exercise exercisetheir
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their authority in compelling the police policeto
to suppress Jorry Murphys poolroom at atSI atI
SI I Newark uvcnuo uvcnuoMitthull lIyenl1itdH1I
Mitthull is president of tho board Ho Is a aIKISS aII
IKISS II < ISS palutar and decorator and an active activeIiolitionl actheIolililal
Iiolitionl worker Tilclen Is superintendent superintendenti
i < f thf lin Xcw fW Vork Hay Cemetery and is not notrst notntr
rst ntr 4 ns a pronounced partizan McNulty McNultyri
i < ri 1 undertaker He is i > lan an uncle of Mayor Mayorimi Mayorollii
imi M I Pagan and Is i known throughout throughouttho
tho length ane nd breadth bnu th of tho city as Uncle UncleJlm UnoleJ
Jlm J hn Fa 1UI11 gun was employed as an asslat asslatrnt MSlatrnt
rnt in MeNultys lc ult1i undertaking rooms when whenlie Whenhe
lie made his first run for Mayor and de defeated defrntld ¬
feated Hob Davlas DavL I nocalled corporation corporationramlklato corporationIanditillto
ramlklato George T Smith a soninlaw soninlawof
of Edward F 1 C Young oun tho banker by byan byanofrwhemlng an anoverwhelming
overwhelming majority Uncle Johns ae aeIrctinn se1IItrn
Irctinn as a police commissioner comml sloner politicians politicianssay
say I vn a purely pernonal pelHOnalone pelHOnaloneChe one oneTim
Tim finding of tho bill on Friday night nightfollowed J ght ghtfollnwe1
followed tho Grand Jurys decision not to toindict toimliot
indict Chief of Police Benjamin Murphy Murphytut
tut II > a relative of Jerry CaptJohn Cody Codyif
d if ttm First precinct Detective Sergeants SergeantsI
I f1n tan Ixo and William Prescott of that pre precinct predoc ¬
doc and tho patrolmen who have been beentloinK beendoint
tloinK duty tlut up and down own in front of the
junlrooinWhen junlrooin IKJolroomhn
When hn tho Grand Jury originally took up upthe uplhe
the Jerry Murphy case Dr Arthur J Val Valhcheid al alchritl
hcheid tho foreman told how ho managed managedto
to Rrt t past > ast tho lookout with Juror Newton NewtonUiwrenco Newt n nLawwneo
Uiwrenco and lose a 5tS 15 bet in tho place Ho Hosnvo Hoa
snvo a 1 nn interesting narrative of his visit visitto visitto
to Police Headquarters lI around the corner cornerfrom cornerfrom
from the twolroom his talk with Chief ChiefMurphy Chiefllmph
Murphy the t Ie chiefs command to Copt CoptCody Cuptod
Cody od to raid the place Jlace without delay and andthe IU1dthe
the arrest arre < t of Jerry Murphy and seven other othermen otherlien
men sui iposecl po d to tx poolroom employees employeesIlio employ employTho
Ilio Grand Jury did a lot of investigating investigatingnnd
nnd then Indicted Jerry Jerryllurphy Murphy and ordered orderedthe orderedIho
the Prosecutor lro ecutor of the Plea to draw up upMils upbill
Mils of indictment against Chief Murphy Murphyond
end Iapt apt Cody O > d It later reconsidered its itselection Itsdlclilon
election that tho police officials should be beHMit bernl
HMit Itfforo I tho court for trial on a charge chargeof
of inifeaance inifeaanceSuiirmno n fea < Jnce JnceCUllrt
Suiirmno Court Justice Jonathan Dixon Dixonwntfhed Dixonwnt
wntfhed wnt led with great interest tho struggle of ofthe oftho
the jury jur to nolvo ot 0 tho troublesome poolroom poolroomrih pooltOOI11eaeaHI
rih eaeaHI < nnd called tho jurors into court a week weekago weekIIJO
ago yesterday for a heart to heart talk talkln talkI
ln I practically told them it war their duty dutyto
to indict the chief tho captain and all allciibordinate alllIhonUnate
ciibordinate officers and patrolmen in the theFir thefir
Fir < t prexinet whose duties called them in intlio intl11
tlio neighborhood of tho poolroom He Heiaid Heahl
iaid ahl thu factj fact hud been established that the thelaw theInw
law had been violated and it was the sworn swornduty sworndUly
duty of the police to t prevent infractions of ofthe ofthe
the law 1n The Justice informed the jurors jurorsthat jurorsthat
that forms of indictments vjould auld be drawn drawnup
up nzuinst n nlnst the th several parties andhe would wouldbn
bn 11 at the court house on Saturday next to toreceive totlClle
receive the report of the Grand Jurys Jurystoniideration Juryslonideration
toniideration of the cases casesThe CIiResfIle
The Justice Ju tlco didnt say ay anything in his hispperial hispldal
pperial charge cbar e to the Grand Jury about the thejioKiiWo theIo
jioKiiWo Io < iblo indictment of the police com commissioner commfssionel1 ¬
missioner and Its action in this particular particularcreated particularrrpatPllgenuino
created rrpatPllgenuino genuine surprise surpriseIt
It is Raid that the indictments might mightnever mightnelr
never have been found if Police Commis Commissioner Commlsloner ¬
loner McNulty lc u1ty had not been subjected to toa toa
a lot of jollying bv hvsome some of his friends and andacquaintances andaCCJualntnncC5
acquaintances The story torv goes oes that pome pomegenial omegenlnl
genial friends confided to McNulty c ulty in n spirit spiritof pirltof
of fun that they th understood somebody at atpolice atpt1lice
police headquarters was getting protection protectionmoney protPCtlonIUOne
money IUOne from tho poolroom men The Com Commissioner Comtni8Sl ¬
missioner tni8Sl nor was pained 1 1ined and surprised and andhe IIndhe
he is I > said to have repeated what he had hadhoard hadhlllrll
hoard in divers other places including includingthirst Includingthlrft
thirst cures Th Commissioners Comm FgloDlrs remarks remarkswere remarkswere
were sent by h wireless to his colleagues and andone andon
one on night when tho members of the board boardmet bonrdmft
met at police headquarters to confer on onmatters onmattprn
matters pertaining to tho good and welfare welfareof
of tho department Commissioner Tilden Tildentook Tildentook
took McNulty to task for his remarks and andwanted nndwtnteel
wanted to know what ho meant by it Mc McNulty lIelIlt ¬
Nulty lIlt it is said explained that whatever whateverho
ho had said was only a D joke and followed a alot alot
lot of jollying to which ho had l heen > cen sub subjected fubjfrllel ¬
jected bv some of his friends The other othercommissioners otherlml1lll
commissioners lml1lll < oneO advised him not to carry the thejoke thejokl
joke too far for fear some folks might not notbo
bo 1 > 0 nbln to see f > e6 the point They Chsy also advised advisedhim acivll < ed edhim
him to be more cautious about making makingfoolish makingfoolih
foolish remarks in public publicIn
In due rlu course of time word reached tho thofirnnd thojlllnrl
firnnd Jury that somebody had said aid ttOO ttOOprotection 100 100protfctbn
protection money went to pjlice head headmarten
marten and on Friday afternoon the thetnMS thetJrj
tnMS comraUsioners eommL loners were summoned I < to toappear toOrpcnr
appear before that body bod Only McNulty McNultyBtvl
Btvl Tilden were called upon to testify testifyThe tlf > tify tifyTill
The Till pnfwiori is I paid to have been a very veryann veryarm
ann one oneihn onehn
ihn hn commissioners comml 810ners were asked lotfl of ofrtnoMiorfc orCJIlftlolf
rtnoMiorfc an to what whatorcicfl orders they had Issued Issuedto
to tho th pblica department for the Kiippres Kiippresfl fuppr fupprof
fl n of poolrooms and nne McNulty wan catt cattrhizoil caterhizc >
rhizoil closely in regard regare to the story of the theI
I 11 > r tctlon money It is il < said that the com oomirMonera comIriiJllprn
irMonera claimed that anything he may
1 11 avM raid bearing on this subject should shouldbe
be construed cnn tnl1 in the light of n jokeas he heiirvcr
iirvcr really meant to convey oonc the nerious neriousinpresslon eriousjHffslon
inpresslon that he believed protection protectioninnoy prowctlonIny
innoy had actually been paid to anybody anybodyunectod anyl10dynpctPd
unectod with headquarters headquartersihn h dquartern dquarterndlo
ihn vote to indict the members of tho tholice thoJ
J lice 1iC Ixmrd it is said was 13 for and 10 10flMlnst
flMlnst ln t Several of the jurors who are areoked areI
I oked imon as 8 active organization Demo DemoiTas Demora
iTas ra did not v vrnd ote In faorof indictment indictmentrnd
rnd this gave an excuse yesterday for the theiiess theIf
iiess If f that the Grand Jurys action was not notItiiiother notIif
Iif Itiiiother < ether political politicaliho MIIUMIIho
iho jury also nll < O found indictments against againsttlio
tlio ioven men who w o wore captured with withterry WIthIrry
terry Murphy when biB poolroom was wasraided Waswle
raided raidedfHlllTXIXG wle wle1fHlTYIYG
fHlllTXIXG OX O 60 FOOT TOWER TOWERKnocks TOJrERlinoeks
Knocks a Man lal1 Senseless Sensei and Set etll Bin BinWindmill DIKInllmlll
Windmill Inllmlll Going GoingPATETISON GolnKPATFRSOS
PATETISON N J Juno 3 sWhlle While working workingon
on tho tower of a windmill wlndmllltrlnging stringing electric electricliRhts electrloIi
liRhts Ii ht for the opening of a carnival tonight tonightvdwln tonightvdwln
vdwln Van nn Iderstlnosuporintendent Iderstno uporlntenrlent of the theiring thewirin
wirin iring department of the Public Service ServiceCorporation Serviceorporatlon
Corporation was struck by lightninc He Hevan Hewn
van wn working on onMuller 8 small platfonn with George
Muller 1 u lieI They Theyground were > sixty feet aboe the therollnd I Iwn
ground When the bolt came Von Idorstine IdorstineVIH
wn > VIH thrown uncoascious uncon clou8 to the platform platformMu
Mu llnr saw him falling and reaching out his hisarm hisunn
arm grasped him and throw him against againstthe againstIhe
the iron work of the wind sail supports supportsTho supportBho
Tho ho lightning lI htnnlt melted or otherwise released releasedtho releMedIho
tho chain which hold the sails in check and andthe andthe
the sails began to revolve revolveAssemblyman revoheA
Assemblyman A cmblym3 Thomas Laydon an em employee omp1o0 ¬
ployee of the Public Service Servi e electrical electricaldepartment electricalrlrpartment
department and other members of the theforce theforco
force rushed rUl < hod to the endangered mens mensiisHlxtance mensIIMI
iisHlxtance IIMI tance but finding that tho wheel could couldnot couldnot
not lie stopped had totako to take Muller and Van VanIderstina Vanlr1elRtine
Iderstina from the platform through a ahmnll amall
mall trapdoor trapdoorVan trapdoorVIU1
Van Iderstlne did not regain conscious consciousness coruo lous lousnOsS ¬
ness until an hour after his removal from fromthe fromtho
the platform His breast bore a ncarllke ncarllkemark Icarllkemark
mark twelve Inches Inch08long long Muller MullerwRB was suffer ¬
ing greatly from shock shockNew shockrl
New rl National Union of Pavers PaversIt
It was announced yesterday after a three threeflays threecll11
flays convention In the University Bcttle Bcttlemont Bettlement
mont Building that a national union of ofI
I overs and lI liammermen hod been formed formedmvl formedI
mvl I ni will have ha 0 its headquarter he dquartelR In this th city
Delegates Deh DehlegatCl legatCl from tromabout about twenty cities cltlO8attend attended attendedthe d dt
the t 0 convention About ten years tWI ago agoa agoanational a anational
national union of pavers existed but it itwent ItI
I went to pieces pl
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XO io PATIENTS P4TlI VT IS 1 HIS tiLIXIC tiLIXICOr
Or Joyce Sa Sas > i lUrlem IIoiplUI Clerk ClerkSteered ClerktI
Steered tI eret1 Them Away way From Him HimDr 111mDr
Dr Thomas F Jo Joyce of 131 East 116th 116thReot 116thR
Reot R eOtt a medical m dlcal Inspector In the Depart Department Doportmont ¬
mont of Health and one of theattendlng theattendlngphysicians the attending attendingpbyslclatll
physicians at the Harlem Hospital has hoapreferred haspreferred
preferred charges against John Carroll Carrollwho Corrollwho
who Is In charge of the dispensary at tho thohospital thohospital
hospital Dr Joyce says Carroll has tried triedto triedto
to robhlrnof robhlm ot his clinic clinicDr cllnloDr
Dr Joyce has been a visiting physician physicianat
at the outdoor dispensary for nearly six sixyears sixyears
years The position carries no salary
but brings experience and reputation reputationI
I Dr Joyce said yesterday that Carroll had hadbeen hadbeen
been diverting patients to recently ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed physicians He says that when he hewould hewould
would arrive at tho hospital he would find findthat findthat
that the sick people in his h1 particular field fieldof fieldol
of work had been attended by some one oneelse oneelse
else He says he proved to Dr Samuel SamuelHarebell SamuelBarsbell
Harebell of 22 West 114th etreet the chief chiefof chlelof
of clinic that patients Intended for his hiscare hlacare
care had been sent sentto to other hospital doctors doctorsby doctorsby
by Carroll CarrollCarroll CarrollCarroll
Carroll hoa also examined patients patientsbefore patientsbetore
before sending them to the physicians physiciansin
in charge4 said Dr Joyce yesterday He Hehad Hehnd
had no right to do this as he Is a clerk clerklast clorknot
not II physician When I got to the hoepltal hoepltalIl18t
last Monday I found that all the patients patientsin
in my department had been sent to the thephysician thephysician
physician whose hours were ahead of mine mineThe mineThe
The same thing occurred Wednesday and andsupervising andI
I made complaint to Miss Galnsforth the thesuporslng
supervising nurse She has promised to tolook tolook
look into the matter matterMiss matterMiss
Miss Galnsforth Gains forth could not be seen Mr MrCarroll MrCarroll
Carroll said 8l d that ho had not diverted pa patients 1 1tlents ¬
tients from Dr Joyce but occasionally
had sent them to other attending physi physicians physlclons ¬
cians when iIen he thought It would De oe best bestnot Destnot
not to make them wait waitDr WaltDr
Dr Van Santvoord chairman of the theexecutive theexecutive
executive board of the hospital said that thathe thathe
he had heard of the trouble between Dr DrJoyce DrJoyce
Joyce and Mr Carroll but that thecharges thechargeshad the chargeR chargeRhail
had not been officially brought to his at attention attention ¬
tention Ho was Inclined to treat the thematter tbemntter
matter lightly One of the hospital physi physicians physlclans ¬
clans Raid yesterday that Supt Riokara of ofBellevue ofDellevue
Bellevue might bo asked to Investigate i the thosquabble
squabble I
MISS us BARCALOW MISSIXO MISSIXOTold llISSINGT
Told T > ld Her Parents She Had Got a Place Placeas
as a Stenographer In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTRENTON PhiladelphiaTRENTON
TRENTON N J June 3 sMiss Miss Martha D DBarcalow DBarcalow26
Barcalow Barcalow26 26 years old and a prepossessing prepossessingbrunette prepoll8ellllngbnlnette
brunette has mysteriously disappeared disappearedfrom
from her home 1147 Chambers street this thiscity thiscity
city and her parents and sweetheart fear fearshe tearshe
she has met with foul play She left Trenton Trentonthree Trentonthren
three weeks ago tonight after telling her hermother hermother
mother she had secured a place as stenog stenographer I < tenoltrapheI ¬
rapher with a I real estate firm In Tenth Tenthstreet Tenthstreet
street Philadelphia She gave no detailed detailedaddress detalledaddresa
address and now not tho slightest trace of ofher ofher
her can be secured securedOn fCCIrodOn
On the eve of her departure from home homeMiss I IMiss
Miss Barcalow told her mother she had hadsecured hadfCCured
secured the place in Philadelphia through throughProf throughProf
Prof GUI the head of a business bUII 89 college collegehere collegehere
here who had telephoned her to go at once onceto oneoto
to begin work This Is denied by Proto ProfGill ProtoGill
Gill who says he has had no telephonic telephonicor
or other communication with the girl and andi andknows
knows nothing of the Phl10delphia i place nlacoarcwlow placeAt
At the Trenton Houoo where Mlill arcwlow Barcalowhod arcwlowhad
had been bet > n employed it was said tonight tonightthat tonlghtthut
that she had expressed dissatisfaction dissatisfactionwith cli8lltifactlonwith
with her home life and had been endeavor endeavorIng endeavorIng
Ing to secure an out of town place The Thegirl Thegirl
girl has always borne an unblemished unblemishedreputation unblemishedreputation
reputation and her parents do not believe believeshe belleefhe
she has deceived them In her departure departurefrom departuretrom
from Trenton TrentonVO
VO 0 SCHOOL FOR HOLY GHOSTERS GHOSTERSMaine G1lOSTERS1lne
Maine Town Objects f t Maintaining One Onefor Oneror
for ror Sandfords Colony ColonyLEWIBTON Colon ColonLEWIBTON
LEWIBTON Me June 3 3A A temporary temporaryinjunction temporaryInjunction
injunction was waslf8ued Issued by Justice Savage Savagelate Savagelate
late this afternoon restraining restrl ning William WilliamD
D Trufant treasurer of the town of Dur Durham Durham ¬
ham from using the towns funds for pay payIng payIng
Ing salaries of teachers employed in the theschool theschool
school on Shlloh Hill which Is controlled controlledby controlledbr
by tho R He v Frank W Sandford leader leaderof
of br o the Holy Ghost Oho t and Us sect sectby BectThe
The petition for the Injunction was signed signedby
by a number of Durham taxpayers who whosupport whoobjectod
objectod to tbe uso of tho town tunrlll to tosupport
support a school Rchoolunder under Sandfords control controlschool controlThe
The petitioners maintained that the theIchool
school wan sectarian that the town authori authorities authorities ¬
ties had no authority to establish a now nowschool nowB
school B hool for the Shiloh children and that thattho thattho
tho town was not obliged obll ed to support a school schoolexclusively Mhooloxc1ushel
exclusively for the Holy Ghosters GhO ters chil children chllciren ¬
dren The town authorities testified that thatSandford thntSlIndforct
Sandford had made a demand that the
200 children nt Shiloh bo educated at the theexpense theexpenFe
expense of the town townat townIt
It wlltllmpOfqiblo to provide a new I < chool choolat
at short notice the Durham school I < being beingcrowded beingcrowded
crowded so they were obliged to make maketemporary makotemporary
temporary arrangements arranpemE > ntll with Sandford Sandfordho
ho furnishing furnil < hin the building and the town townpaying townpalng
paying the teachers who are members membersof
of the Holy Ghosters society societyFIRE lodetyFIRE
FIRE HLOCKED CARS TWICE TWICEFiremen TIfICfFlrfmen
Firemen Couldnt Find It and Were rre quitting quittingWhen qulttlnlrUtln
When It Was os Discovered DiscoveredA Dl eoerrd I
A small blaze In the subcolar at the theMercer I Iercer
Mercer ercer street end of the building numl numbering > ering
049 to 655 Broadway was responsible responl < lble last lastnight
night for a blockade hlocka e of the Broadway cars carsthat
that lasted nn hour altogether altopet er The fire fireet fireIct
Ict et off an automatic alarm The firemen firemenbroke firemenhroke
broke in and spent half an hour searching searchingthe
the upper up r part of the building without withoutfinding withoutfindln
finding findln the slightest trace of fire So the thehose thehoC
hose that had been stretched across the thocar theror
car tracks was uncoupled and the cars carsstarted carsstllrted
started startedThe stllrtedThe
The firemen were taking up prepara preparatory preparatory ¬
tory to returning to quarters when wild wildshouts wildhoutJ
shouts camo from the cellar Stretch Stretchin
in stretch In Inl A fireman exploring the thecellar thece
cellar ce 111 had found tho blaze blazeOne blazeOno
One end of the hose waa hurriedly attached attachedto
to tho engine againwhile again whilo firemen rushed into intotho Intotho
tho builulnK with tho other end It HO HOand 110happened
happened that the IA8t car northbound northboundanil
and the last southbound car of the original originalblock orlglnnlblock
block were again held up and another half halfThe halfhour
hour elapsed belore the Way wall cleared clearedThe
The ground floor and andIng cellars < of the build buildlog
log are occupied by James G Johnson A Co CoImporters CoImporters
Importers of millinery The damage was wastrivial wastrivial
trivial trivialCARS trivialCAnS
CARS COLLIDE IX HACKKXSACK HACKKXSACKOne
One Motomian Jumps Without Turning TurningOfT
OfT Or the Power PowerHACKENHACK PonrHAcltENRACK
HACKENHACK N J June 3 3A A trolley car carof carof
of the Hudson River line struck a car of ofthe oftho
the Bergen Turnpike line amidships at attho atthe
the Main street crossing near midnight midnightlost
lost night derailed it and pushed it about abouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty feet on the brick pavement Cars Carsof Carsof
of both lines start at this point only a few fewfeet fewfoot
feet apart In plain view of each others crews crewsOn crewsOn
On this occasion they moved simultaneously simultaneouslytho
the southbound turnpike car taking the thecrossing thecr088lngfirst
crossing cr088lngfirst first The rnotorman of the west westbound westbound
bound Hudson River car became confused confusedand conrusedand
and jumped without turning off the power powerHis
His car therefore continued moving movingafter movingafter
after the first shock Nobody was Wn hurt hurton
on the derailed car nor was ft damaged damagedbut
but the Hudson River car had its front frontlinht frontIlcht
linht crushed and front platform shattered shatteredA hatteredA
A part of tho floor near tho platform buckled buckledforcing bucklelorolng
forcing the deformed foot of Cornelius CorneliusLowe CorneliusLowe
Lowe of Paterson against 8 olnllt the bottom of ofthe ofthe
the next seat at and injuring it badly He Hereceived Herecehcd
received medical aid and was sent to his hishomo hishomo
homo Both lines were put out of business businessfor businessfa
for fa the remainder of the night nightFatal nightIfatal
Fatal Accident on a Roller Coaster CoasterJames CoasttrJamC
James Gannon who lives In Schweitkers Schweitkerswalk Schweltkersnlk
walk nlk Coney Island was fatally hurt Irst Irstevening Irqtevening
evening on a roller coaster In Sea Beach Beachwalk Denchwalk
walk Ho was standing up In the car and anddid nnddid
did not observe that the car wan alx ohout > ut to toliter toM1ter
liter a tunnel Ill III i head hrd hit a beam and ondhe andhe
he was knocked out of 0 the car His body bodystruck bodytruck
struck a section of the coaster twentyfive twentyfivefeet
feet below Art ambulance was called calledfrom OIIl1edfromtbe
fromtbe from the Coney Island Hospital and Gan Gannon Gannon ¬
non wa wu taken borne The doctor said aadbe aadbeWould be beuld
Would uld die
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MANY HAVE MANYHAVE l l STOMACH CATARRHcLrrDYSPEPSIA CATARRHcLrrDYSPEPSIATwo
Two Beautiful Women Cured Curedof Curedof
of Stomach Catarrh Catarrhby Catarrhby
by Peruna 1
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Mrs G W Davis 1418 llth street N W Washington Washingtonmany WashingtonD
D C wrlto wrltoAfter
After BUlIering some time with indlg06t1on and dY p8la p8laand
and having tried so many remedies without relief I was wasAfter waspersuaded
persuaded by some friendS to take Peruna PerunaAfter
After using several bottles I found such good results that thatI
I can cheerfully thank you and praise pral e your wonderful medl medlclne medicine
cine Poruna to ray friends in general generalIndigestion generalV
V u uIndigestion
Indigestion IndigestionDyspepsia IndigestionDyspepsia
Dyspepsia DyspepsiaSour DyspepsiaSour
Sour SourStomach SourStomach
Stomach StomachFlatulence StomachFlatulence
Flatulence FlatulencePalpitation FlatulencePalpitation
Palpitation PalpitationOf i
Of the Heart HeartArc 1feartAre
Arc All AllSymptoms AllSymptoms
Symptoms SymptomsOf
Of Stomach StomachCatarrh StomachCatarrh
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Run Down In Strength a Result of Stomach Catarrh CatarrhMiss CotarrhMiss
Miss Lt L Wall 350 3 X Dale street s St t Paul aul Minn writes writesLost wrltosLast
Lost spring I had a very cry severe case of catarrh of the thestomach th thstomach
stomach and bowels I was very much lnln run down in strength strengthand >
and lost my appetite appetiteI
I took three bottles of Peruna and found myself gaining gainingven j jvery
very ven quickly in every way
I also had ha 1 catarrh in my head headi which has been entirely cured j J JI
T it I rt m 1 tf lu T 1 1 >
I thank Perona tor tho health am enjoying enjoyingn
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MISS CARROLL IS ALL ALONE ALONETHE
THE OXLY RElRESEXTATIYE Of OfA OFA
A TRADING STAMP ST CO COBo COSo
Bo Stir Is Arrested and Ills lIa to no All th thIxplalntns thl thlIplalnlnlrIany <
Ixplalntns IplalnlnlrIany Many Hoboken Women WomenAfraid WomenUralll
Afraid Theyll Never tIr fiet rt WhltP hlt Dia Diamond DIamond ¬
mond Trading Tradl Stamps Hcilemied HcilemiedMiss RerllrmrdlI
Miss lI 8s Marie T Carroll is years 011 old of 117 117Kudon 117h
Kudon h don street Hobokentho Hoboken the lone represcn represcntntlvoof repre > cn cntatlveof
tntlvoof the White Dkmcnd Dhml nd Trading Stamp StampCompany StampCompmy
Company In Jersey City fofar ro lar as tho police policecould polleecollld
could learn was < arraigned in the Second SecondCriminal SerondCriminal
Criminal Court that city yesterday on a acomplaint acompkllnt
complaint of over a score of women who whohold whohold
hold trading stamps tam issued by the concern concernand concernand
and who ho have an idea that the company companydoesnt companydoeont
doesnt intend to take the trouble to redeem redeemthem redNmtbem
them with various articles ornamental as aswell asel1
well el1 as useful II eful according to its It II promtsai promtsaiMiss promue1MiAs
Miss Carroll was held by Justice Man Manning Mannlnll ¬
ning In 5 500 hail for tho Grand Jury ex exCouncilman exCouncilman
Councilman August Bcwlg of Hoboken Hobokenbecoming Hol1Okenbecoming
becoming her surety suretyThe furetyThe
The young woman hod ha charge of the thecompanys thecompanyll
companys premium store In Bowers street streetJersey ftreetJeoy
Jersey City Heights It wn wns stocked with withthe wltbthc
the loveliest kinds of things eo J the women womenof womenof
of the neighborhood nell hborhoo say nnd hundreds hun recil < of ofhousewives ofhOllfewivM
housewives were saving stamps for the thopiirpnoo thepllrp
piirpnoo pllrp o of turning them In and getting gettingpremiums gtlngpremiurM
premiums premiumsEarly
Early uly in the morning momin two furniture vans vansstopped V81111storped
stopped in front of thobtore the btore and it looked lookedlikely lookC1lIIely
likely to behted travelers in the neighbor neighborhood nelRhborhood ¬
hood thnt tho White Diamond Trading lra lng
Stamp Company had planned to move moveunder moender
under cover of darkness A policeman policemanput
put u top to the operations end the truck truckmen trllckmel ¬
men were taken to the Sixth precinct sta staby Itatlon
tlon They explained that ther had re reeched
eched theIr ordefl from a rnnn pmployecl pmployeclh
by h the Commercial Trading Company of ofNewark otNewark
Newark The men were released but the thegoods thegoodl
goods stayed in the store storeThe BtoreTho
The police say that one Abraham D DMarx DMarx
Marx U the head of tho White Diamond DiamondTrading DIamondTrading
Trading Stamp Company Thoy learned learnedfrom le rned rnedlrom
from the Newark police that a man of ofMarxs of1lar1A
Marxs description sold the stock of tho thoBowers thoDowers
Bowers street stoifc st to the Newark concern concernA
A warrant for his arrest has been issued issuedThero issuedTllere
Thero was a run on the trading stamp stampcompanys stampcompanyll
companys headquarters yesterday by a big bigcrowd hlgcrowd
crowd of womennearly 0 men nearly all of whom wore worearmed worearmed
armed with books filled with lth stamps They Theywere Theywere
were disgusted when they found the place placeclosed placeclosed
closed and said unkind things about the theconcern tbeconcern
concern and its management managementMtflfl manngementMIM
Mtflfl Carroll said Marx didnt tell her of ofhis ofhis
his intentions and she wan greatly surprised surprisedat
at his sudden departure to unknown fields fieldsMITCHELL fieldsJIlTOIIELL
MITCHELL STIRS VP MIXERS MIXERSTells lINEnSTel
Tells Tel Them They Must Prepare for Hard HardNtruftEle liardHtrUllrle
NtruftEle for Concessions ConcessionsSCRANTON Coneel810n8SCRANTON
SCRANTON Pa June B GJohn John Mitchell Mitchellpresident Mitchellpresident
president of tho United Mine Workers Workersaddressed Workersaddressed
addressed a crowd of over 2000 miners at atMooelo atM008lo
Mooelo this afternoon Speaking of the thepresent thepresont
present agreement under which the miners minersare
are working he said that it is good but butnot butnot
not good enough as he would advocate the thoadoption theadoption
adoption of an eight hour day Mitchell
devoted tho remainder remalnd of his speech to a arequest arequest
request that an effort bo made to build buildup buildup
up the membership saying that tho miners minerswill minerswill
will have a hard struggle before them themto themto
to secure concessions from the operators operatorsnext operatorsnext
next year and should be prepared for It ItWe Ita ItWe
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We Had HadGrapeNuts HadOr
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsfor Or ape = Nuts Nutsror
for breakfast and never neverbjforo neVerb3rorc
bjforo did I know what whatn
n charming flavor n break breakfast breakrast ¬
fast food can tin have haveThe haveTbe
The conccntrntionof nour nourishment nourIshment ¬
ishment and a certain certainhealthmaker ccrblnhealthn1aker
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WHAT WA T IS DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIAIt 7 7DYSPEPSIA
DYSPEPSIA Is a term that baa long heeD in inuse
use It is intended to Include all dis disturbances diaturbance ¬
turbances of the digestive d1ge Uve organs organsceases
11 the stomach iB inftamed and digestion digestionceases
ceases It Is called dyspepsia dyspepsiacalled dy peplla pepllaIf
If th sail va falls to pei10rm lulunotlonlt fa facalled
called dyspepsia dyspepsiaIf
If the glands of the stomach dry up and andno andno
no longer secrete the peptic Juloes It Is called calleddyspepsia calleddspep
dyspepsia dyspepsiaCatarrh dspep > llo lloll
Catarrh of the stomach is called dyspepsia dyspepsiaIt
I ll II It is really a form of dyspepsia dyspepsiaHow
How Catarrh Affect Digestion DigestionWhen DigestionWhen
When catarrh attacks the mucous mem membranes membranes ¬
branes of the stomach the glands that secrete secretex ecretetho
tho gastric JulcCt are deranped the gastrio juice iB ren rendereil
x dered Inert and perverted in its action actiony
y No o one can have a healthy stomach or anything llk IIkfl a ahealth
0 healthy health digestion BO long as they have catarrh of the thestomach thestomach
stomach stomachIt
It Is useless to try to remedy dyspepsia caused by b catarrh catarrhof
of the stomach by taking pepsin powders or other dyspepsia dyspepsiaremedies 1y pepsla pepslaremedlcI
remedies
A Rational Treatment TreatmentTho
Tho first thing that must bedone be done is to remove the catarrh catarrhwhen catarrhwhen
when the dyspeptical Hymptoms will disappear disappearTho diRappearThe
The stomach tomnch that is free from catarrhal congestion will do doIts doIts
Its work properly properlyPcruno properlyPeruno
Pcruno thc he Correct Remedy RemedyPenina RemedyPenllla
Penina has become famous as a dyspepsia medicine only be because becallSO ¬
cause it cures catarrh of the stomach stomachSo stomachS
So S > many mnn cases of dyspepsia cly peptlla depend upon catarrh of the stom stomach stomach ¬
ach that the two diseases dlscuI < e > are becoming confused In the minds mindsof
of many people
Not a Dyspepsia Remedy RemedyIn
In the ordinary nense Peruna is not a dyspepsia remedy remedyIt
It cures cu res thousands of caww of dyspepsia spep8la by curing catarrh catarrhof
of the stomach catarrh of the liver and catarrh of all the di digestive digetlvo ¬
gestive orRnnK orRnnKWhenever orpllnWhenever
Whenever any one in troubled with dyspepsia any length lengthof
of time catarrh of the digestive dlge tive organs may be suspected suspectedDo
Do Not Waste Valuable Time TimeThere Tmelherf
There Is no use Ul < O In wasting time with other remedies remediesPeruna remediesPtJruna
Peruna reaches the spot at once and removes the cause causeIt CIlU8eIt
It cures are permanent BH it removes the cauue cauueNot caU80Not
Not a CurcAII CurcAIIPeruna CureAIIPerlllla
Peruna is not a cureall It cures one disease dlseaIethat that disease diseaseHowever disea e eIs
Is catarrh catarrhHoweer
However catarrh makes itself known by such varied symp symptoms ¬
toms that Us various vnrlol forms appear to tho unprofessional li OH OHBO asso
BO many lIIall different diseases rlifnCtCatarrh Catarrh IH catarrh no matter In Inwhich
which part of tho body bod It locates itself Peruna cures catarrh catarrhwherever catarrhwherever
wherever located I
coornit rvioV VWO IRAKIATES IRAKIATESIxinsr IlUJttTfLon
Ixinsr Lon Il 118t t of Prlzr Winners ll1l1frsliulo1tItnt ll1l1frsliulo1tItntroIlnstltutill1 Endowment EndowmentliroHsyInstltutlen
liroHsyInstltutlen roIlnstltutill1 Cramped for nnniu nnniuEightynine RoalllEightynine
Eightynine graduates from the different differentdepartments cllffelcntrlepartment8
departments of Cooper C < oper Union received receivedtheir rccelvedtheir
their diplomas last night at tho fortysixth fortysixthannual fortYRbthannual
annual commencement exercises exerc JC of the In Institution In6tltutlon ¬
stitution Nine students I < tu ents of the womens womensart wornIllsart
art school wore awarded silver mcdal mcdaland medolnn
and nn fifteen received bronze medals for IIU IIUJXrior u uporlor
porlor work workTho workTho
Tho Mrs lrn J Woodward Haven prize of
5100 100 was awarded to Alma M Hirsiff Hlrsl The TheMrs TheM
Mrs M Abram S Hewitt prize of 50 was wasawarded WIl WIlIIwarded >
awarded to Sarah Condon Tho Cooper CooperUnion Coo > or orUnion
Union Alumni Alu mnl Association RtIcclat Ion prize of J25 J25went 25 25went
went to J A Dletz Jr Prizes of t l were wereWUU werewon
IdaJ Ie te HenryJ 1lcln Hlchard HlchardFrOft
WUU won hy IJV lUfcw < < w ik < < u uFrost
Frost and Dorothy V Pcrrin Prizes Prizesof PrlzCof
of 510 10 went to Gertrude M t Stein Llndsey LlndseyMorris LlndspyMorris
Morris StcrlinK Anthony Scilipoti Oeorge OeorgeMiller C eorge eorgeMiller
Miller and Mabel Ma b el Simm wliilo pmes pl ZII of ofI
I f 5 each were given Mabel Stout Jeanne JeanneMontcault JlanlllI
Montcault Grace Doggett and Jessie JI flo B BHallou gBlIl1ou
I Hallou Tho Herman iltddcr prize rlze of J25 J25wan 25 25WM
wan won by Nellie elllo M Mulcahy lulcall lulcallI
I 1 The treasurorH report showed a totnl totnlof totnlI
of 11052840 received with expenditures expendituresof c pen iturc iturcof
I of 13900333 leaving a balance to the Rood Roodof Roodof
of 002108 for the year enr Tho total endow endowment enrlowmenl ¬
ment according to the report now amounts amountsto amOll ntll ntllto
to 107087734 11070117734I 107087734According
According to the report of the > trustees trusteestho truFte truFtethl
I tho property had Increased in value from fromI from30OCO
830000 to 382900lM in forty fort yearn tall and andI 1111the
I I the enrollment of ncholam ha hM incroaml incroamlin IlIcroa < I I IIn
in the same time from 12S1 to 3757 3 > 7 Thero Therowere Therowere
were 8160 applicants last year nearly ncnrl half halfof halfof
of whom tho institution wns unable to ad admit 1111mlt ¬
mit because of lack of facilities facilitiesACClEn foclllt ie ieI
I ACClEn ctT S IW OF 0 E KILLIXU 111 Vll HER E Il ntlY ntlYKIcotrlclanR n 11 11l
l KIcotrlclanR Wife Ir Overcame by b fiasToo fiasToobut BS Tao Taobut
but Uevlveil nhrdSBsl Says Shed He Ilrttrr 11tr Of 0 Drnd DrndMrs IIlaliI
Mrs MlnnU Dnmmnnn wife of William WilliamDamnmnn WlIllnmDammann
Damnmnn an electrician E > and her fie flvemonthsold fiemonthsold
I monthsold son were found overcome by byBafl h hg
Bafl g R yesterday in the bathroom of their theirapartment theirapalIncnt
apartment at 85 West 112th street The Thochild Thechilrl
child died n few minuteo after being found foundbut founelbut
but the mother moth or te I In tho Harlem Hospital Hospitaland HOApltnland
and will probably recover She is a J1rl J1rloner iris irisoner
oner on charges of killing her son and at attempting attempting ¬
tempting suicide suicideTho RulcldeTho
Tho janitor of the house smelled go PM es escaping e eI ¬
I caping on the ground flsor but ho could not nottrace nottrace
trace It An employee of the gas corn cornasked eomPI1l1Y
PI1l1Y waa pnMlng the hOlllo IU1d the janitor janitorasked
asked him to help investigate The gas gasman gMman ¬
man traced the odor to the womans apart apartments n rt rtmntl ¬
ments and the kitchen door was broken brokenopen brokonopen
open The woman with tho child in her herarms herarrJIII
arms was found lying on the floor of tho thobathroom thobathroom
bathroom bathroomThe bathroomThe
The tragedy was at first thought tho light to io be beaccidental beaccidental
accidental but alter tho woman revived revivedIn
In tho hospital she told Detective Mnhoney Mnhoneyof
of the East 104th street station that she did didnot didnot
not gJt along well with her hunband Sho Shofound 8hofounrl
found life unbearable anfi anf she would bo bobettor bebattr
bettor oft dead than alive aliveThe aloThe
The woman husband said that ho gave gavehis gaohLI
his wife everything that she wanted and ho hodid heid
did id not believe that she tried to kill herself herselfand heltlelfand
and baby OOb He said that they had never neverwas novelquarreled
quarreled and that as tar Mho knewfhe knewfhewas
was contented contentedYELLOW contentedJEIIml
YELLOW FEVER OV O THE 1STIIMIS 1STIIMISTwo liTllJllTfto
Two New ew CB 1111 f Heporteil RfportfIIn An Aiurrlren Aiurrlren1MM IIIrlnDIll
DIll of r Malarial Fever FeverWABIHNOTON I eer eerABI1INOTON
WABIHNOTON Juno 3 3Oov Gov Magoon of oftho oftbo
tho Canal Zone ban reported the death of ofEdward
Edward Green an American of malarial malarialfever malorlaltever
fever on May 28 Ho also reports tho ap appearance nppearanco ¬ I Iboth
pearance of two new cases of yellow plloW fever feverOBrien
both on May 25 The nIl pntlenta are Illio IllioOBrien
OBrien an American 6 years eatl of ago at atColon atColon
Colon and L Mannonl an American ma machinist machinist ¬
chinist 32 yearn old at Cristobal Col ColWilliam ColWilliam
William C Oorgos chief of tho health de department departmcnt ¬
partment on on the Isthmus says that con conditions conilItlol1R ¬
ditions are Improving and that all of the thecases thecaSM
cases of yellow fever heretofore reported reportedore
ore now convalescing convalescingH
H JOTTlJiOS ABOUT TOWX TOWXA TOII TOIIA
A credltorVt > elUI6n Ull D la bankruptcy ybub basbeennied basbeenniediriliut t lnl d dalat
iriliut Benurd GltMrmin dMlcr la milliner III1I1I1cryWilt
alat Wilt ni1n11In1 Int Intf
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IAHMES C1JII WilT AVTOS AVTOSOimillMisfs
OimillMisfs to Bronx and nd Pelhim By Oa Pmrk PmrkSpoil rarkSpull
Spoil Their Gain GainThere GalnThC
There is trouble between the hackmen hackmenwho hackmenwho
who drive dri passengers from the street car carterminals carterminal
terminals to the Bronx and Pelham Bay Bayparks Baypark
parks park and nn an automobile company to which whichPark whlohPark
Park Commissioner H C Bchrader has ba8lately ba8latelyglfn lately latelygiven
given the contract for Sunday traffic trafficAbout tratftcAbout
About 100000 people visit the two parks parksevery parkseery
every Sunday From tho terminals of the thesubway tbefmhwaj
subway and elevated they have to walk walkor
or hire a cab The cabbies have been get getting gettin ¬
ting tin from 50 cents to 150 for round trips tripsCommissioner tripsCommilsloner
Commissioner Schroder has just made ar arrangements arranpementl ¬
rangements with nn auto company for a aregular aregular
regular line of buses From the subway subwaystation subwaytntlon
station at tROth street fifteen thirtytwo seat seatPelham senthu
hu eB will run evcry Sunday and from the thePelham
Pelham avenue a station of the elevated eight eightFrom eightFrom
From tho subway lIubwn to Polhnm Bay ny athletic athleticgrounds athleticroundR
grounds roundR tho round roun trip will be 20 cents centsfrom nt8 nt8from
from the elevated to tho Zoo 10 cents centsTho centsTho
Tho cabmen do not like the Idea Last LastSunday LastSundav
Sunday two buses were run as 81 on experi experiment oxperlmnt ¬
ment The drivers rlr rn were attacked by b cab rumen rumenand men menand
and the police poll co were called Today four fourmachines tourl
machines l > will bn run two from each ter terminal torIIIlnnl ¬
minal The scheme I < was tried once before beforebut beforebut
but the cabmen heat It in tho courts It Is Issnid IsMid
Mid that they the will bring suit again againliV
liV 11 OF 1VVfv HEALY II EtU CASE CASEMontnnn Ctsl1Cntllna
Montnnn Supreme Court aurt Hrnlrs ft Motion Motionfjr UotlonrJr
fjr n Rehearing RehearingHKIFNA
HKIFNA Mon lon Juno 3 3The The noted Minnie MinnieHcnly Minnielirnly
Hcnly cnso is ended so far as the Montana Montanacourts Ion tan a
courts nro concerned con mc the Supreme Court Courttoday Courttodll
today todll having denied the motion for a re rehearing ¬
hearing made by course 1 for Miles Finlon Finlonthe Flnlonthe
the nominal n mlnnl pmtntilV in tho case in inwhich Inwhich
which F Augustus AU 1uftull Heinze was < the de defendant derenGa1I1 ¬
fendant The decision was made orally orallytodny orallytodn
todny todn by h Chief Justice Brartly Drnrtl and there therewore therewrcno
wore wrcno no dissenting voices voicesTho olcesTho
Tho motion for n rehearing wns made madeimmediately madeImmflHatoly
immediately after the Supreme Court ourt de deeitlod deI
eitlod the rose about six weeks ago in favor favorof
I of Heinle and arguments were heard there thereon
on l Jart st Moiulnv Ionda the plaintiff being repre represented renref ¬
sented f nted by A J Shores and C J Kelley Kelleywhile IelleywhUe
while J J J McHatton appeared In behalf behalfof
of Heinzn The principal ground upon uponwhich uponwhich
which the rehearing was sought was tho thonotion I
notion of thp District Court in barring barringevidence harrl harrlOIi
evidence OIi eneo showing tho connection of Ada AdaN
N Brnckett with the case caseRYE I
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SERVED AND SOLD EVERYWHERE EVERYWHERENew EVERYWHERENew
New York Kentucky Co CoSole CoSole
Sole Proprietor Proprietordew PrClpmlotiCcw
dew York Yrklrchi Branch 452 Fifth lrtII Avenue CIIII
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12315 Hens Highest Grade GradeNLQLIGO GradeNLfLIGLL
NLQLIGO SHIRTS SHIRTSMade
Made by the famous makers of the theGriffon theGriffon
Griffon Brand Best in the land landMen landMen
Men who pay 3000 to 3600 per dozen for custom shirts will willfind willfind
find these their equal in every detail of make fit and material materialHi
200 and 250 Shirts
100
275 and 300 Shirts Shirtsf I
f 150 150The
Hi The pattern I are refined neat and ef effective eifecllve ¬
fective Theie Shirts are all cat full fulland fulland
and the make It distinctly hifh class classPlain elmPlain
Plain and pleated bosoms culfs at attached WWMYM
mWi mWiSites
1 tached and detached detachedSlret
Sites 14 to 18 18Its 18Its
Its a pleasure once again to announce a sale of this character characterand characterand
and judging from last year fastidious and particular men will willbe willbe
be much interested Every yard of the materials used isimported is isimported
imported direct directAlmeda Almcda Cloths Perung Cloths Zibeline Zibelineweaves I Iweaves
weaves Alcazar stripes and figures French Cashmeres Jap JapSilks JapSilks
Silks c the productions of such noted manufacturers as asWhytlaw asWhytlaw
Whytlaw of England Anderson of Scotland Columbicr Ros Rostaigne Rostalgne
taigne Herrison Daugadin Bcignal and Hciland of France and andthe andthe
the leading exporters of Ireland Germany Austria and Japan JapanOn JapanOn
On Sale Monday morning and andcontinuing andcontinuing
continuing while the lots last tastMonday lastII
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Monday on y June 3th We Will Offer
10000 Yards YardsSummer YardsSummer
Summer Dress Silks SilksConsisting SilksConlstln
Consisting of ofImported ofImported
Imported plain FcaudeCyf ne and Chameleon Loulsines C Oi Oiall
all the newest colorings that are in demand for present pretentand JOt JOtand 5 8e
and midsummer wear At t per yard Value 5c 5cAlto JcAbo
Alto 2500 Yards YardsBlack YardsBlack
Black Dress Taffeta TaffetaAbsolutely TaffetaAbsolutcly
Absolutely the best value ever olfered One yard wide wideand 98e 98eand
and wear guaranteed ulrnted Special per yard j value SUS SUSTrimmed i 125 125Trimmed si
Trimmed Millinery Dept DeptSecond
Second floor floorMonday 1001Monday
Monday June 5th we will offer offerFifty offerfifty
Fifty FiftyHandsomely I IHandsomely
Handsomely Trimmed Hats Hatswith I II
with white and black ostrich feathers feathersat I Iat
I at 800 each ch chSale J iJ i
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Sale Sale of otWhite White Ribbons f
Tine quality Satin and andTalfeta andTllleta
Talfeta Ribbons 44in 44inche c
che wide Ide full stock of ofwhites 2 C
whites also deiirable deiirablecolors del ra ble blecolors
colors per yard yardUually j jUsually
Usually JJc JJcLlefint 33clleanl
Llefint assortment of ofplain Ofplain
plain and fancy sash sashribbons lSh
ribbons seven to ten teninches 98 C
inches wideSpecial wideSpecialper wid c Special SpecialI
I 11 per yard yardUsually yardUually
Usually suo 130
fine Taffeta T lfeta Ribbons
4 H inches wide bright brightlustrous brightlustroul
lustrous finish full fullslocks fulltacks 1ge
tacks of white also de desirable ¬ j jIrlble
sirable colors per yard yardUsually yardUsually
Usually 2Jc 2Jcfine 2cline
fine Satin and Talfeta TalfetaSash TaUetlSuh
Sash Ribbon 64 inches incheswide I
wide wid e lull stock of ofwhite 29 e ewhite I
white also colors Per Peryard I
yard J JU I
Usually U luaUy 43c
NOTE AH styles of Sashes and Bows tied free oi oicharge ofcharge
charge if ribbons arc purchased here hereIi
j jIn
Ii 600 Silk Petticoats 450 450In 4
In delicate colors also white and black bl ck new pro profincy I
tectln flounce accordion plaited tucked rulile nd 4 50 I II
fincy ncy frills trllllusually usually 600 at I
I Second Floor FloorLa i I
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I La Vida Corsets CorsetsSecond C rsets I ISecond
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Second Floor FloorEvery floorIvery
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Every pair warranted to wear and andfit andfit
fit perfectly perfectlymade made of genuine Green Greenland Greenland ¬
land whalebone La Vidas are made madeof madeof
of Brocade Batiste Coutil Etc EtcPrices c cPrices Im ImSpecial
Prices 300 to 1200 1200Jpecial
Special for Monday J
100 Corsets 65c 65cWarners I IWarner
Warner Rust Fro f and R 6 C Corsets all lithe litheiors the thenewest I Inewest
newest Summer itylet white black and colors colorssites iors f fport 65 i illae
sites 18 to 30 with Ith and without hose tupport tupportera port C CSixth < c I Ierl
era choice at I II ISixth
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Sixth Avenue 20th to 21st Street

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