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THE SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913.
MAILS ON TIME IN
SPITE OF STRIKE'
1.(10(1 .Men AlUil.v for Jolts nl'
R. H. Maev K- Co.'. Attractioni Are Their Lew PrltM.
BOWLING ffrecn
.14
31 Hiivei Who WciM Out
Police on (iiuinl.
O.MK TIMHItLK l. .1 KKsKV
Vrioiiil Ailllmiilio Holil
Phmiiii'I' Acri'sti'il on
I'o i ii
Th iiii.N miic mriv.-.l m. -.cln-ilnl"
ihiutiiHiuut tin' eily 'cstitdn-, in spite of
i lir strll." nf Hi.' iiuloumhilc in. ill Intel,
Il iVcrs, 'rllXKtlltl-llllMllnilKIIMl1c.lt I'n-t
master .MnrKiMi s ntllro tli.it Mien- Imil bon
no delay whatever .mil .i-l-t.int Stipci'it-
Cllllttlt f 'l'lllIlltHllll ll.lllll-X In the
ueiuinl post iiillic siiil tin- Mann- tlilim
Ml. Itnncs : 1 1 I that tm train hail l -n
hi ..,! -i fai g wiia known at the m,1
llirc, alinni-i the full complement nf
tick uic in )-, ii t ton. iiml tlw new
ih-11 win- iu.il.ltiK l iii-t Hinr with ewiy
i ilp. xli'iutiiK thev wen- Icinilnn tin- slant
- utK mi tin- ailuii- iiiik t u l l 1 I!' polls
limn the the uhtnt inn-. A. 11. C. I anil
: Itc'lcatcil that tlnv li.nl leiclvcd their
il.nl nn time
As -nnn lis until nf the slllkc beiallle
;.ubllc applications Ini place, bcititn mm
UK in In the nlllc.s nf the Postal Ti.ilistci
.vliiiT. at M:t Went TwclllV .lltll -tleet.
ml niinldlm; to lielieial Malum f .Inllli
1. C.iS-lll the l lllllp.Hl' llll leieivi.l l.lWil
iippllcalmn.s fnt J. .In All C.inlv -aid
ml thtit-onc ni.ii h.nl stiu.k XUi.-tv
'i nt the niil men. he said, hail l ivnl
with ii,. lompanv Suincthlm nunc than
i hi ni ri .ii-y tliii ty-iuio nn-ii have hem
mplm -il tn take the plan" nf the slilh.-is
Hi-1 tin ctia men stnml atniiinl ill in-
nam's Kaiimc wti'iday tn till In in i.ki-
if ctu.'t Sell'-V nr ill La-e lllnlc 111. II sllulllil
Willi, mil I till till- -Hike illil lint -1-1. ml
.mil thiic nn- nutlilnc fur the ixtia men
n k- 1ml Keep in readiness.
'lie sinkers .It m.'iinl i :! . T . a t-'ti In. in
t lei HKIlltlOII nf the milt. II .111.1 .1.1 i I
.'
I'.i.nal Maua-jci Cinidy put the pnn
In" nf the eninpali.v In tlase wind-
We hiw- mine ni'ti than we want nu,
n-l if mine should he ieiuln-il n'l we
lia. tn .In is tn mihI fni' some nf tin .
I i00 ap,lcnnf Wi ilnn't slant Hi
' Ik. 'l.i I. ,i. l.. ami wni t t n k-' III. in l-.i. I,
f th- v should n-l. fni then Joint '
.tic,
I.iiiiiiU llll nl WniU.
A
inn
til.
Ii, ennui sit hy ti e ilnvci nn ..i
r.t mil cKicnta. hilt taeic w.i
il iHitluini -. rifty-tlilt-0 tiin k
i -n- hit-, th.- k.ii.iui- III W'ct Twenty- i
fi'i -tieet anil went nut attain with fich
I 'mix ami fic-li pollieineii within fmt I
ii- in.y e-.trrila aftcinnnii
Tl" ei.niti.iny Ii i h.nl .-.mile timihle in i
Mtt .lel.- Tl'c New Villi; polllc ,ii m-
iit i.it'hi; w it H the cmnpnm .it the i cipic-i 1
,f ti e I invi-l llinellt. hilt ll-l Mll ll le.ll.'it I
'i.l Ii-. II mall, nf the New .IcIM'N pnlll e
U h ii ilriwi were InailiiiR mil inilnailliiK
n tin I it I" I Sllll- nf tilt- I tlll.l.lll Htflllll. I
lie. I Men- II fl'W l!ltll llces nf Ml ike
tniMthixi t-K tmni'i-rltiR with the enulnoi
i. nl 1'iitt'iiK the niachlnei out nf cnminis-
- on -vh
tinlnii
-er'.' n.
Minn a Infiirniatlmi nf what
-Ml teaclicil W'.is-lilttlitnn eii-t
-i w.i.- vent In the aifeitcil
,1 e-.
New .l.-i-i'V anil w.e ill)., d,
m-iiii wmk eailt laM nUht An l.n-
ptll l.nl.i. st't tlllll has lieell e.l.lh-
Mini Iii tlie Wt Twenty-llftli Ml-it c.n
Jam.- In cIi.iikc nf a llciitennnt
.1 Siiiii.mii,. chaliniaii nf I.ik.iI Nn.
.137 nf the Teani.itei i 'hiiiuTeui'. r'tal.le.
ti'i. anil Helper--' fnnn. n till Ii ialleil
lie htrikc tr. .it. in il .. t.'ii.i thai nn-
" I hi mail i ini ma - mm, .wi i.'i'is
, .:. -I tn.- it ri mi a miatlie;le strike wniilil
il . latcil ..rr.'i t tik.- th.- ..n.s ainl ti.iu
me .lin-h Th. hi .nl, ill.ii f! i nf tile
-inniii wi p il.serteil anil wet- Imkeil .-.i-iil.ix
alt- i iiimii
i
lliniillcv l'rlmiiiHr.
Th- . ,-i.llels .llli'l.,l nil Til."
a i.tUiieil I i fmc I'nit.'il Stntei
- nil, : MhcIiIh m the I'.-iIeral
i-Mn.li I'atilek Itiannlsaii.
,,i
.I.
i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i : s -Milllillim
lll'il II , M
'h.iiueii wth lialn-- -.-.t Ine p. a in.1.1
irtick at Mltlitli iiMiiiie ami Tw.-nt-elKlilh
Mi.el Tticil,i afl.-i in iin. wa- h.-lil
l SI.hmii hall f.n . ramln.itieii at a il.it.
to he n l l.i ti r liii-'iir I'aiiiilnu, w h-i
iccin-eil nf lcttitn,- a pili-nncr nut nf the
.ak-ini with his kc. wni h-Iil In i 7 .-.
The iiietinti wai taln-d whether Caniiiiii;
Wati lint lu-tilliil in reliasillK tin- pli-nnel.
mIiic- the ttiii-k wa- atlre.
I'atrhk .InhiiMiii. ptciilciit nt th.- lm-al
tamtii iininn. iiml William Cnillis.
wliii win ciiaii,-. il -nlth tlirnwiiiR l.nitle.x
il a mall till,!, at Tlilrtlfth .Mieet ami
.Tk'hth ,iinnc. weie hehl In ;hii h.iil
aih. r.iluciil In. in iT.'.n. in which thev
WCIe Ill-Ill Tl...i.i i-lulit
U. S. TO ACT IN MAIL STRIKE.
tolliolil
1. III! Ill nf
W.1-.H ts . r.i .
Hi
ill It II n I inlet
ln i-k lui I .
The I -i.t-Mi
I'l-ih-
I )i I
Stall h I Inv 1 1 mm nt 1 1 1
iianil III tin- -it- ',. nf
a I ti 1 1 li . il i took I
tin Post il Set iii
i iiilipaio i-iiiVoi.
in Xi v Vol U i ll)
.i-cniiil I 'u-.t niitst- i . i.-n. i ,i St. .v., in
ealli il tin- atteiitlnn nf Attm m .i I.-ii.-imI
Mi-ltejlinlili- of the liiantn. i ,,f ,lni,
to the IHel! at In of Mklll eliailllellt s
ami in-heil him to lntmt the I'tilteil
.atis Dlntr.et Attoin.-j- al X. w Vml,
in i nojit-rate ttith roNtmast. i .Morn. in anil
other ofllelals Iii tahlni; aiiroii nit.- at
lion ayaln-t ueli Int-if. ii-nee.
After tn-mnriow -1 'trlli.'iN Intuf. te
With llt'Uerf III l ll.irt,'e Of M hlee ,,f t,,.
rotlal S.'ivae Collliany Willi II an- i.
Mine l-'nlttil Stat... mail anil I'li-nmax.
' -I- .MorKlltl e,tH the llltel fel .111 ,. to tile
I nltnl Stati'H liiHturl Attorin the J. ,
nil nffklals will h.. i iiin.,.,i t,, iUIH,,.
In- Xf-w Vmli rv pnhie ami ,m tin
utile Hltnatioii in ,,iiq, ,,r ',,
Smteh Mai -.half.
The niil;!- .ii. mi th, . i. -.,.i
I'llllce ll.iv.
'" 'I eil ill- hi, Ml,,,,, I,,
inotiet iliiieii
hill lll.lt IliiUUtliHt.iliilliiu
III" nrie nf ie
lire.
.lllllirilllllilex ,- v, t ,,
HEBREW CHARITIES FUNDS LOW.
tuiiuul ilft-iliiK H,.,,
KlitiO on Iianil
The .ililill.il iiuetiai- ,,
tin ii. Unit
tin
I' iieil
en
lirnil-n I II, nines ,,h , rl, ,., ln,.
nom nf the Temiile I Im.inii . ;j
ivehuo ami l-'nrtv-tliml tt,(.i, ,,t
'I'lie renort of the ti iixtiey i,.,,...,i
1'itlh
lllKllt
.1 ile-
ue.iKU In tha oiKuin.atloii'K tltiam i-i.
wn sest in in nut y,..i)H, .le. orillnij
Morris D, Wahlnian. mamiKei
"Tllll IllC'Oinu Of the Ml.l-let- li.w
tlle
tn
lr-iianil
H.'iliJ the tnmteeH In th
" e..., .in- l lil.l.'1'N ll Ili, ...
ort. "Tho Inrnnie from menilieisliin.
I, !... . I. ...i. , .'
i i 1 1 iiiiiiiikih-u iiv iijipioM. i
....;V.i . " "' 'l.""IH '",
. . i-,mirn llllll Hie ll.-lfHlIlt,'
away oi ottiers. worn It not for the fact
'hill legacies lieqiu-iithi-il to the wli-ty
mil oxpcmled iliirltiK the -nrr-nt -nr
xi-erilcil tho UBBri-Kuto of lust yoiir'H- hi-,
ntii-sts by m-.trly 7.00 wo ivoulil h.ivn
-.ufferca a hoiIouh iletleieney, Am It U om-
.una ivi-ro jom Biimcii'tit to meet
iicuU the nottinl balnncn cm haml In
Olll
OUI i.-.."rm man neinn umi.tv
ten trustccH weic- HeeU-il Inn nlaht
'ir.! , Hnmwi Urt. Henry J. Kc-k-rdlar
KVf:, NM-oleot, I,vy.
S v 'lt,u,' " A. Jtonlt
Jrl,...T,?,"'nbrr!:' ,r,nn' Wnlomon,
J,Miot W.rlhetin iiml K-ilpli Wnf
If you're all at sea about
your new overcoat, we've a
raft of suggestions.
We've provided for every
fancy - from a conservative
black or oxford coat with!
velvet collar to a plush-lined
motor coat.
Hard-finished fabrics mel
tons and kerseys; soft-finished
goods cheviots. shetlands
and chinchillas.
Silk shoulder lined coats;
full silk lined; wool lined with
silk shoulders, plush-lined.
The best imported and
domestic woolens.
Men's overcoats. $18 to $75.
For boys
Attractive Russjan over
coats for little tots.
Belted-back coats for older
boys.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Store
t at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
SGHILDKNEGHT GLAD '
TO BESAFE IN JAIL
Atiiisf .i'foiiiilift' in CitntV
itni if V.-isiliiirii-('i(tli 1
illit'i' .
SAYS s'I:AI.1(! ( AMI-! KAs-Vj
'
I
Mill VI'
H .i.OIMl in .Ifufh-v In
Kl't'if .Mc.Miiiii l.itllc Left
When II.- rifil.
.lllllll I" Si llllilkllei 111 tin- ,
who "peni alotm Itinailwa.v anil
a i.i ii
in
.iiltninnhlle i,titie- f.'.'.i'im tha
to the W.ihliiiin-i'inli I'lmii i
I'lefei- Jail tn fti-eiliim wlien
allll tHI -ileil ll l.'lei-ti e-4 It.
In liillttell
'-mp.in
' ii nl.i ' '
sanl hi
i -tenia- afti i lu-iii': a r.n:' .,
f.. i
Joilitc l.ilnne In i.eiieial se-iaiti.- ,
a. ii nt i. .iikI ii.. to
lie mm!' i i ntifi s-.iiiti i-i ii.t i -,i lam.."
W I'.ilti-l. .i-olMatil tnaliauil ,.f tin -I'.tlini
an. mii y. anil .alil he I-. rc.nl.
to Kie a cninpl.'te hl.stni nf Ins ,11
iliLtlS" Willie the I'.llllp ll .l t.ie
MMtiitt man'.--' il"falc itiiins attiinin! to mine
li iii $.".r. nii. Sclillilknei ir. j in- to, u I
mm ahoiit l-..iinii
V nlli'i: tn in-. t,ij h- t'lmin!
iMithlim nt i.ikuu mi ,,i $ ; miii f i ,iiu
t.ie Hoar , nniiali ami fillt'-.in- i a li j
II. Wnlllil littr a tlnill-'anil n K.l'n-
l-litiu II. eii ;.ni a m.ilil i a -tn i.
.-m'.n. eil -.inn" tntallini; 1,hi"i i'
tint lien lie tleit to South Am.-ia.i
Ii- hail ie I fiio in i-a"h. hut Iii n 'i
readii'il .New i irlerin-. he i.-e.-neil 3."o
f.om a fn. n.l in till" i lt.
lie tnlil I"!.IIIM' I'ait.-i that lie w.iv
tint almie in Cellini: itumey r:nni fie
Vn."hliui ii-' 'i n-hj I'loiir 'niii.in lie
i.iij. h- h.i nott-h e nlelil to enhw I
"i.M"il iii' inl"-!'. of u.in- in tliii i ,f
v ho vorl.". nut eliei!ie. Iiv wi'i'-i lie ,t i
lllnie moti. ftom ttie ionipan
The :inn ilet.-rtui". i S-nilillviie, lit
a a lllln;: tool of a h.in-l of nu-n v-lmj
m w ! the younu man nn I thin n'
uin-.t nf i no mon fiom hnr
Sehihlli:e. ht s-.n
unman mnn-il 15ft I
I-. HI--
M. Mini-
I UI'llK
Jewell e
Tt K.I
o. tin
In .
i in - 'V
a moimlitii: to ilmni 1 1
h.n she -;,i- 'i .ill h.i,
io,nt th" -omit: i.i. 'I, 'Mil
Th- id t. rtn 1 1 . ii- i
an ii run I it i lil.el- i i r
nlr-
- Ill IV I.-
othel aill'Mtf.
"I met llffl" .le.limi ahull! Inn wmh
iiko,'' the in if nil. ! lulil 1 1. ti'i'lli i- '.liter,
"lull 1 ilhl not liM'lline Vi-I v frietiill- with
he- until lnt .lanmnv Hv that time I
hi" I staiteil to Kainhh' a ml wan taUIni;
liionei from the iiimun.v
"When I h.iw that an iiinntlsitnit wai
Im-iiik maile I left tile offices nuil, tullilK
one of the k.iiis. I ixiilalinil the Mt
nation. T 1 1 i man -mIiI I ir.nst go South.
He IliUnilueeil m to atiolla I follow who
.i n.iiiti.il foi i ..,i)iin lohliei n At.
I.intle I'lti, ami it w aat . . .1 that we two
shoulil uo South i oki 1 1 u-1 .
! SiiiiiiiKiiei'iit miii or kii, to x.;u iii.
lliallH, lln-ll 111 .I'olon, lo I'.lll.lllli ftj-
ami Kai'liliK; ValpataiHii, fnnn wh.i" Ij'.i
'i.ihleil rni inote inntiei He Bnt nn a ii
i cwi'i ainl tlnalli neiit to .Mont, vnh o,
, vMniae lie u ni m i;. in i.li.ih to hl lath. r.
Tin if In hrtlinolil eil Itli th. Am.-rk.in
I'dll-nl nil, Kettllii; lloun In ; centl. lie
. ilei llleil to Ii till II,
1 felt il iwiulil he liillet to lome hai-1;
'alal fiinlfm the w hole IIiIiik I m.nle m.
i.niKt- Its ultli the e,iitnlii nf the Vol.
tan., to uoilc my pa "tiki. hath. Ilei
am. Klail to he h.nl, .,n, Imve the wliolo
Mil net olf inv mint!
Afti r Si liihlUni ei' ,n tinalKiii'il. !i
I .nl a Ic.iiir mufti cure with hit- attoniei ,
M .Mii-h.ii I IMelcK In nf Hroailwiiv,
, Tin lll will enlifei- mil, t,r Hiim iletef.
1 1' e ai.-ain to.ilay
i DYNAMITERS DENY FAIR TRIAL.
I'eiMloii of Tlilrly l iinvli-lril I lllllll I
l.nlioi- U-n 'la u i-n rp,
mui, (Ut - Tim heariiiK Im i-.
to hiHt lined (laj-H on tlm petition
new dial ni.li.- by thh-tv of ihn
....
' II
l'-e
for .,
thlrtv - lhiee
hihor union ofiieiiilH eon.
.,,.,
It llllliail.lpoIlM In HI Di-e.'tiibei- of
the rnuiitrywliln ilvn.nnlte nlnm Hint -nl
nilnatiMl In tho l!U(l Imh AllKi-lt-H explo.
Hlon, whli-li i-aino up hero to-iluy for uv-
KUinmit In tlm t'nlted Ht.itei Court of
Appi-nlf,
A iireiHlon Ik not i-Mx-i-tpir for
time
HOIIIfl
Hie h.iNlK of tho a mica I In that thov
ilhl not get a fait- lrul ami Hint miller
the IViler.ll Ktatuti-K theio In no nail
t-rinie nn ronaplrni-y to vlolato tlm luw
BKaltiHt tlm IntcmtatB Hhlpmcnt of px
plnnlvrn on pawienger trnliiH, and tlier-.
(ore the ilf-ftmfatiu could not hav br-rn
"llllty
II l liv
Vety
FINE SUITS for MEN
Specially priced to save you ONE-THIRD AND MORE.
Every Suit specially designed and tailored for this Fall
and Winter in the very latest style.
If"
The Sale i one that
..ie the reat houe of
present stock.
Of these s'ocks ac's
nient on the l:ifth l;loor has
clerk.. The stock is o arranged that ou can make rapid and convenient selection. Nece
ar alteration, if am . w ill be made w'lthout etra charge.
$13.75
At
Sails thai sell elsewhere
at $20.00 and $22.50.
i
SALE
Of WoTen, Corded
and
Printed Madras,
The materials, tilt'
in;iii.liip and finish of
exceptional.
They arc all cut ill Coat model, with
choice of pleated bosom or plain
negligee stle. Some have the
popular "l-rench" double cuff
ome hae laundered cuffs,
lie haic every size 111 stock
SiNrMXIiilliHffWilMliMWfMIKIlliwd
: WAITERS' FEARS KILL
: ANTI-TIP CRUSADE
Ai-tltn- of IliinU iiml l-'i
I'll at TIlllllLllll
l-'t'cll'
Mill p-
il
( ;
I'KTITION IS s.X;
.M,r
s .Mfi'l iii-;' Siiilili'iil..
U" Lesiili'i' I'loinise
Keep I p Tin lit.
In
I ii-Hi'i.-ion hai ail-en i the i.n.h of
the International lintel W.hUi-m t'liion
er the nnti.lippiUK i-aiiii.itn started by
IMw.ttd ItlochlltiKer, tu ore inlzi-i-, anil
mine nf tin. nthrr otlhi-rs of the union
Tile iiinwmeiit for n n 1 1-1 IpptitK lee'.slatlon
ilplli'.ireil to he plOKI'eSKllli; mi fast until
nrt.ouiit-1 of it were puhlliheil In the non-U.
pap-rn leivntl).
When nalteis who eie ifinlerliied "aw
tin- potisilllllty of tlpl" ilt.-is In colli
typn they uenlieiieil, the le.iili-is say, ami a
-itutin nt upposltion iiioie wluoli has hecti
ittonlliK until ,M-ter(lny II thie.itened to
ihsinpt the union. An .niti-tlnplt.K iu.i"
ineetlnt; which .in lo h.ur hee;i held l.i-t
mulit lx, the union In conjuuntloii with the
1'umim r-'lal Traiellers l..-.iKue at lltyaiu
Hail, Sixth avenue and I'm t. .iieotnl ttiect,
w .11 c.Uleil off in a hut i
Woin of all, .1 petition siKtifil b. L'.OrtO
llli'lllln'-l of the union tor a 1 1 1 1-1 1 PillK
b'Rlliitlnn wai found to hnp been stolen
f 1 0111 tl .llllllt'e? of the III K'IIli7ttKin.
KrTotts will he made to find tho culprit,
but the'!- dim oveiy l lint thought likely
"lille Up tile lips" I ll'llih'l- of III"
opposition M.tld ,estelii.i 'X'i, slice.
What do tin-, tal.e ll fnt" .Millionaires.'
V i- an paid micIi small waRis that we am
i-xne'-tod to nialte the n-l or out- ttvints
h) tips our wives and children cannot
Use on in.ritiim-nt "
1'rot'Htn !iKnlnt the Idea of nliollnlilnK
tln tli aiose In iiuny hiriKU.'ures until
those who ttliit'tcd the movement bail to
bow Ill-foi l! tlm slot m
IMwaid lllur lilliiKiT hi Id Inst nluht
that he 1m i-oii vlni-fil that newspaperntorlea
of the .mll-tlpplmj rrunde hud scarpil oft
many rneinboiH.
"Sotiin people," bo Bald, "do not Ben
moti- than uu inch before their noses, and
I am afraid time are ninny of them
innniiB our iin-tiib'-is. They llv only In
the present and cannot ren that this -statu
of nff.ilra, whfti they havn to put thorn
sches In the liuiulllHlliiK posltlun nf hav
Im; to dppeniH on tho bounty of kupMh,
cannot last for all time. I will keep up
tho antl'tlppliiK agitation, and, whether It
cornea In alx months or five years, I hopo
lo live to f the day when tho legislature
will forbid lippi . Thm to net gant
mm mb neraia aauare mar-
Exceptional
These fine Suits art shown iii vm wide ariet !
the newest and mnrtet mixlel doused for the present
fa-on.
They represent the aciik' of skillful and correct
tailoring in tin. country of ood tailors, for thev an
the product of the famous lunie of-
in U
u &
who are uiiier-.ill
cho.-en field.
U'c illustrate one of
There are main other,
tun u Noting.
The fabrics, the patterns and the shades and com
binations of shade are too varied to list. Moreover
ihtw are so attractive that nothinu but a personal uit
can do them justice.
iniU ver exceptional circumstance can render possible. In tin
liehjamm i formmp a merger, which necessitates clearance of
Mected l.ooo of the ery iiuet
been rearranued and larue addition
$17.75
At
Suits thai sell elsewhere
at $25.00 to $30.00.
nilli l ino r llrnmlMia.
of Mens SHIRTS
CUt, tilt'
work- il.?1
these Shirt
s are
in. leee length to each neck size.
The colors and cjfects represent all
the mo.t popular ideas of the seaon.
and are uch a are usualh to be found
onl in Shirt cutmjj er conider
abh more than Aac ' price of $1.09
in fact. ou will p-i SI. SO to SJ.On
elsewhere. " ...-,.,, :,s,hv
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Ulllull to a i ,ii
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hotil nnrkets of tin- ..rlil i-'li i ii 11 ln-nij;
arianireij lie s.i ul that tin- iii.ti-tiililii-;
qietinn i llk. lv tn .-nine ill' at th! oiin-v.-titlou
nn, I that the A 111.1 1 u'.i m 1 1 it Hotel
Walter-' I'tumi nf Uie.-it Itrltaln l en
K.iceil In an aiiti-i i;i-iiit; iamiali;n ami i
lr-i.irlnB for a k.ii.--,iI -.ttlK.- fm hiKhfi
n.iKe.i.
Iti'fnre he -ai for I'm .i... lie ;, n
h" lll ll"il tile W.llllli tl-1lil!l ill III 1
more, I'lihaco, aHhliiBton iiial St l.oin
anil see lio-. vi in,i on the .inli-tiiip'tit;
MUextlcn
RAILROAD BLAMELESS '
IN THE PELL TRAGEDY
( iiioiii'i' Iti'i'iiniiiii'iiils s,il'i-l
I'lrciiiilitiii Limy I sn ml
Twins Kill Two More.
T illi-loii belwicn a l.oi k Island
Call nail li.ilu and an autninohlle at l.oni;
lle.nh. I. I. ti Aiikii-I ' I. l-l. Ill wllllll
S. li-K.inil I'ell, William I. . iiml" ci- and
I'hai-b-s i iaiiib'-an. .Mi Pell's chauffeur,
w-i hilled and .Mis l..nmbi-ei- hadlv In
Juml, was not tin- t .ill 1 C clthfi of the l-ou
l-l, in. I Kaili I in nf the inoloriiiati In
charge uf the H.i a, an nullum to u de
cision .Msteiilav iilteinnoii h Coioiit
I'dwatd T Xi u of l.yiihtnnli, I. I The
inntinni.il, nf l In- Haiti wa dinii ,1
n.i.-lim
In siutc of the fart thai In- rxorifiiiti"il
both th" (oinp.iuv and the 11101111111.111 the
Cjlon.r leeoinuicnds that the I.oiik IsIhiiiI
Itallrond rr-t.ilu a rtonsltiK wiitchman at
the north, Known as .lekyl Inland ctoss-
lint, and that the speed of nil Ii.iIik be ie.
ilmcil tn twenty tulles nn hour In ii.isiiu;:
over tllt.se C-n,).tit;s
Tin-si' lecommenilntlons. Hn- Coioni'i'.
states, nn- siilistuntlally the satin' as thoe
in. Hie hv .Maillli S Di'i-Uei, iluiiiiii.in of
the I'uhlli' Serce I'liininlsslmi nf the Sec
ond distill t.
Si-ipluo ("lii'.'i'ii-. 3.i viars old, of 105 '
t'lilcliester nvenue, Jamaica, 1,. I., an 1
Italian l.-ihoter for the Lntiir Island I tall-
mail, was lillled hy a train at Hushwlok i
Junction station, I.. I., ycstenhiv. Just
ten infinites later and lei than uilo feet
away, nnuthi'i- tinln killed olBhteenyear !
old l-hnlly iloReinuer of 2117 Cliovi strei-l,
llroolilyn, an who wim crossing tho tracks i
with In r father. '
(orimei- Alfred M. Amlilrr of Queens, I
who was on tho Hcene of tin fatalities a
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piiui I mil" nun i..: mini eu, lielllllll I'll
the habit of persons tii'spassttiK on the
railroad property wlicro no crosalnita
exist, but also denounced tho railroad
company for pi-rmlttliiK them to tlo no.
Ho caused photographD to he taken of
ine upnt wnero fltiss tioRemuer whh
killed, The
load's i-lulit
pliotogrnpha ahowrd tho rail I
of way, on which there nr
several rrulKht tracks IhsIcIph the two
tracks of the Montank division, protected
from tiespassors only by a frail wlro
fence, broken In several places whero per
on tnklnir the dams ebort cut aa the
Ooeniui i s had climbed over It
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modeU for oung men.
for ouiir men and men
Suit. The Clothing Depart-
made to the force of sale
$23.50
At
Suits that sell elsewhere
at $35.00 to $49.00.
Elsewhere
These Shirts Are
$1.50 and $2.00.
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SAYS HUSBAND LAID
SNARE TO RUIN HER!
Wife Millers Ifcimii-kiilili-ft'iH-f
in Ciinl.v" Actimi
for IHvoi'ci'.
I to-1
noKsxT nr.xv n.i!(ii:s
l!i'ini:s ( oiinifi- suit.
I 1'iielty in .Mtikinir
I" Tni Hit.
A lie:
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i Ii-nee nf i nnsplr.lci 'liaiie In a
i en 1111 In-i hiisli.iiiil n ilcfi-iue of a
dUllll
suit w.ih laid before Sinn run
I'oiltt Justlie Xenburuer esteiday when
.Mm I'thelyn Shaw ("only asked for :ill
motiv and (-i,uni feci, siilllcietit tn en
utile her to defend an action brouRht hv
, Herman I'mih of '.ui Sickle T'oiilv,
inipiiitets iiml tailois ni n s i Kotti
seventh htreet
Colllv ili'llleil the ch.llKfs i lia -trr-I7I11K
them as "feaiful." and (ounsel f.n
Mts I'ntily said thnt "to the credit if
human nature be it s.mi that tin- defetuc
is i-xtiaoidlniiry ami untisiial " Mis.
I'nnh said she needed monev to brltiR
witursHt-s heie finm ll,,iun to sniiport
her tetltnoni and t h.i t hn husband
sho-ild bo wllliiiK lo aid her in flfdrlllg
lu-r of wioiiudolni; if she , an do m Jin,,
tlce Xewliurnei awanled I In a wfek ,i.
i moti) to .Mis. I'otily and MOU counstl
i fees to bet atlot m-j s. Iicckei. Allen &
Stoi in
1 The Conl' wfie iiiaiiir.l in Cum n
, Itostnn and lived at 4 n s West i:iut
stteit until the plalntiir Iuoul-IiI suit.
.Ml.- Conly told the mini that In r bus.
band has uu luieiesl of MO.tuiO In Ills
, busr,es and that they lived at the rate
i of J."i, ODD a -.ear.
inn roinpiuiui iici uses Mis, Conlv of
misconduct with one Willlnm T. Mi Coy
In the American llnuse, llosion, uu
AuKURt I, and In the Hotel Hellene there
nn the fnllowlni; d.i
llt-r Nlory of riiii,ilrin-.
III her answer .Mrs. (.'only sajs t h.i t she
and her husbund llviil Impplly iniiil t !
events Icndlni up to the divot re stilt no.
cum-d and that alio accompanied Mm tn
Itoaton on July 14 laHt I'm- a visit Instlim
until July 21, While there bi t- husbiiml
brouRht McCoy to their mums to unci
brr and Inlin.luceil him as a "frletul nl
nionv jears Mandlni:" She iillem-s thai
'ut husband Kept .McCoy Willi them run.
"'antly, took him to tho theatre, wlih
mem nun paiu ma hotel cspenses.
"My husband treated him with n,
Breatrst familiarity and Intimacy and
permitted me to admit lilm to my friend
ihtp and confidence," the sayn.
Xfri. Conly alleum that at the clone of
,.VAv(3) '
Gentlemen of Colonial Davs
W ore Shirts Such as These
Our imaginative designer, sitting up in the custoi.
shirt workrooms overlooking what was once "k.:,
Greenwich village," probably had a vision of tl,
early Eighteenth Century days: may even have bou.
carried down to the old Bowling Green near tin
Battery where Peter Jay and John Chambers play t I
the game with stock and ruffled shirt free from bitv!
ing coat.
Be that as it may, he took some of the fintM
cambric from the shelves and fashioned it into
(1) An evening shirt with ruffled bosom tuuP
round cuffs, a shirt with a solid front and open buck
to be worn with a stock.
(?) A dinner shirt with narrow plain ccnur
pleat on which were embroidered black Mcur-dc-ly-with
mille-pleats on both sides.
We are showing these shirts in The Men's Stoi
and will duplicate either of them, to a man's inch
vidual measurements, for S7.50.
Stocks, black or white satin. SJ.50.
(Burlington Arcade Floor. New Htneliin.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Broadway and Ninth Street
PimAt y tON BUSINESS IN I87B & B
dB!;-' " A I PN BTS CAPITAL. NOW THE ISVL 0f j-J-'ljr
I LARQOT MAKER OF S3 dO 4 I trt, Jf
BCOAN BUSINESS IN IB7fl
ON S8TS CAPITAL. NOW THE
LARQCBT MAKER Of 3.l)0 A
4.00 HOta IN THE WORLD
W.L. DOUGLAS
$3.50, $4.00 & $4.50
SHOES
LOOK iuW.L.r)ouirtais(nrn-iiHli)n-miiiil
yon ill slitteK for .'i..10.4.00 anil
4.."0 that are just an poo'cl in MvU-, lit ami
wear as other ninken continsr $5.(MMo j -.((,
the (inly difference is the price. Slmo in all
leathers, styles anil shapes to suit overvhodv.
If you t-oiiltl vlit W I.. Diittulas larjio lar
toriesat liroektnn. .Iass ami see lor your
self how carefully W. Ji. Douglas slioes are
made, you would then understand why thev
are warranted to tit hetter, look better, hold
their shape and wear longer than any other
make for the price.
The Beit $2.00 & o.50 Boyi' Shoei in the World.
CAUTION ?" V. I.. Itourln, nana
W W I I W 1 U luni.r.l on n l...ii.,m.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
If t 1", ul in. iiimii for -! in j,'iiri - ir, nr.t.r .1it.-t
frrim t ii'i tv -hi. for rr inMii!rcf tl' fiim. v t , i,r ..
M I'M':1 " V""l- IT'' , Wrllrli.r 1 1 lu.u ,,., i,,,1,,,,,'
;'!;::..." U,T wriv. ssii'jr.wr wxlz;;; s,
W. L. DOUGLAS STORES IN
GREATER NEW YORK:
a v-....... .
T8S llr.onlitii.v, rnriirr Hth Strret. '
A.-i.l HioailiMiv. inr. Mill t il nlnn Sij.l
134H Iti.M.l.irav. oriif-r .'iitlti stn-rt.
1411 ttrn.iilwiii (llllirt Stiilrilri,
9R llill.l Aleiuie.
I4A1 I til nl Annnr.
-l!n' 1 lit raj A inn-, riirnf-r IOIti Sirert.
'J:-.l Hill. I All-.. Ii.-I. 1 lilt U A; I4TIII M,.
34ft Llu-lilh Aneiinr.
IM.1 KlKtilh ellll... I
MIO Writ l-'6lli Mrrcl.
I till l! t It
, S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 letllrl
i il 11 " I. It" I
W 1
1. 1 f
intti'd i h it sh"
lie.i. Iiil.trr Ten
t- to lelatlMs
Ho tn,, tl a! ii,.- is t'liririiL;, ni d 1" fi
in l-ft N Y'Ml. bet husbj! -1 t b
I'hon.il in Vl,i'.., she -.n-l. that i"
xoitlil li then A-1 ntiliti! t., Mis Cm
hel hu-liand told her that r-he lll'Knt ee
.MiCo and t.u.e itiiuh with ln.i,
I lea lied lloitun at ', I M on
Vusust I,' ns Mis Conlv ,n lie ai-ner
-Itetoti' I l.tt New Vorl. I had lun, i
with my husband, who save me a number
of di lnk. nf Intoxication lnpim I was
lusi rei ovei nn from a siirxlcal operation
and wai easily ntfetteil, hich the iali
tllf knew Winn I rcaihed Huston I was
still p.ntl.illv undet the Inllui'ine nf the
Ilillot- u veil to me bv my hilshalld McCol
m.'t iim at the Matinn and a"lie, me to
have dinner will him brfme oiti tn iiij
lclatlvc- '
The aul M fn" piled i i. ,th w Im
ind llipior im: I as ,n,ai.ible of t.iklni;
care of inysiif nf liiiuwinK what I was
flnltiR or whfic I m. taki-n. cntltmi-il
I In Unit state c. t-' Augu-t l. bv Ileum kent i
lltldet the ,'ifili i.i,. uf llipioi b MeCov I
Then 1 irc.nncd knowledgo of my pllEht '
"uMlclenllv Hi telemapb my hushaiid in
New Von. and tt-leplmnu his brnthrr in '
Huston, lmm-dlMel I was iicei in
i liarne of a pli.vsiclaii and tmlii.il imrn
and so lemalned for some davs, wbin I
was teinuved to a sanhaiium sufferins
from a nervous collii.e. when, ieiualini
tn o i i-.-k
Sa llusliiiml I'ii lit iim.
Mis Conl-. -ii.ii yes Mat 1 .ml) ,,,- t j
of -McCoy s I'xpi'iiM-y in Itostnn' w i ,
was with them anil tli.it her husband u
still
She
oil teims of f-ieiiilshlp wltli McCoy,
says that Iniiiieillatelv nfi,. r th. i,i.
curienci! niintloned
M Coy
lold her Iiiih.
band ever.v thlm.-, a,
hotels to which he
comp.illled
Iillil to the
was taken
Hid nthei .
wise arsictiii mm to bum; t. dlvnne
iietlon, She nllexes that If she was untv-
of .my !mpioii. net while utnlet , th,. t
Irol of McCoy it was through the proi-urc-ineut
of In-i- husband.
A counter suit fnt si-ilii .nioii on t.
i-riuii.il of enn-Hv f,.r consp-rlnr; n. divorce
her without cause has brep ni,M in Mrj)
Conl.
Oei-i-ri- fur
Sui.-eun fni. i'
Ml'. U. s. ,u,.,..
'Until .lii,vco.x ,n fliflok.
.-. Kranti-u ,i n x i,,u. .... c it .....
nnll.llln i . liurch sliiuer, ,,,, Inti-t ln.'ii-.in
b.Ti-e nf dlvnrce from Kuki pc llami
oiiliectiil xx llli a cat- bulliiit,-; snpplv
'iunp,uiy, ht M Clnnch sited, Manli.t.
'an, ycateidj),
VAVlW -VMI -Ml
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IMtllOKI.V.V
431 I'll I In 1 1 m rei-l , rnr ni-r Ti-.n 1 tl '
?(1M. Ill trnaili,ii . enriirr lli.iiiit.
l:irt" Itroiiilmiy i-iii in I.Hti'k -t ei
4TH 11 ft Ii A 1 1-n ne, l iirilt-r Mill Ml,.
1"0 fllkli, ATenn,.
Ii:i(s:v -TV-':i NmarU ,fi ii'
MIWAIlK-n.-ll Itroml siren.
l'Ti:i!si(N -1rlHtkei si.,r ., ( i ,
TKKMON-101 i:.sutf,Mr.ir I -A
Arroav
1 COLLAF
1 2 tug-It. .Ii n..it, f nb.Jr a (V. lie , .
NEEDLE'S LONG TRIP IN : V
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I'lfli Via r.
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II lull I Knee
i:o i-.i nu'i . ;i,i ,,
. --,ul v . -. . Williamson.
' net die in . m-h Ions t i i
I I- -. .1 i-t below the . .
i I'M-:- 1 llosul.il. .' . ,
ilav He tnlil 111,. suiU'
was .. ears old a loc
lend his right .i'K just
a lui liinl.eii nil' Tlin i.e,
taken nut.
I Hirln Hi
lime to tinie tivtiiKi-H i'f
Thev st.-tt ed in Iim r u'i
eai.s went hv trave':.- I
the-
ll'f' t III! t, I
this pain (-evere cuu n;bt
'IpllleheliMO i
I Si Vi'l-.ll d-iv .if; I c -I
-swell. . ,.t t,, ,
I visititie ili sn,,i.i i: i
, advised ,in ope i n -t-i
ilea l.lh.'ll nut W is ,.
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till Ilea liui , i,
ii in l
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September
I, I'ii-, i-
Vork
lav, and the ;
nlllclals are urged
nSff
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