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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919.
PINS CHUM TO MAT
WITH EASE THOUGH
ton found a fracture of. the third ver-1
tebia. Malakoft Is completely purs
lywri. An opcratlnn will he performed
to-dsr. Tie Is forty -elg-ht yean old.
NECK IS BROKEN
ytung New Rochelle Athlete's
Spinal Cord Really Mending,
IraMvrf Miller, the younc New Ro
BeUs athlete who broke hi neck thir
teen month! ego while divine;, la eure
that )we la recover. ni? hla old form, for
he bad a wrest I In; matdh yesterday
with hla friend Harry Bard tie and ram.
off victor. Bardua waa moving Miller
on hla bad when the Invalid suddenly
fait etrong and aaiiad h'm Although
Bardua la In full health and atrenglh he
oould not break Millar's olasp and
finally both ebouldera ware pinned to
Tea road to recovery attn stretches
far ahead, but Miller s caoa la the won
der of the surarona who have been at
tending him. When they located the
fracture with the X-ray they thought
ie ooutd live only a few days. Ha never
loot courage and bofona Thaokagiving
hla mo thee wbealed him home from the
Now RooheUe hospital in an Invalid
ohalr. At that time he waa still para
lysed from the neck down.
By the and of the year he could move
hla handa; now he can uaa them to
write alowly. In the spring be could
wiggle till toaa and ralee his lega. Ha
oelebratod the anniversary of his acci
dent by standing alone. Since then he
has walked a little by leaning on others.
The dootora have ordered crutches for
htm, with whloh he expeot to hobble
about la another month. Thoy believe
that the spinal cord Is really mending,
and that tbe boy'a returning power Is
not reflex, aa they long supposed- It 'o
Miller's wreatllrur bout haa disclosed a
most remarkable muanular development
Of arms and ahouldnrs. He ea'.a and
aleopa well and le confidant that aa soon
as he can get anoussomed to the uae of
his lega again he will be able to throw
away the crutches.
Fall Break, the Iffk Of l,f1 Mai-
aknST. Waldorf wilier'. Friend.
T.euls Malakoff. a friend of Wa'dorf
Miller, broke hla nock yesterday by a
fall of eight feot backward from the
atoop of a houae In KUerton avenue.
Mew Roohelle, where he had called to
take grocery art! era The hospital doc-
STONE KILLS CRANDELL HEIR
Tbrawsi by Brother, Oaaaea Death
erf Son of Hawley Beaedelary.
CHATHAM, N. T., Aug. I. Homer
craiideil 2d, the aevea-ycar-oid sod at
Frederick Crandall of New York, the
nephew whose marriage Incurred the
enmity of Edwin Hawley, hut who re
ceived t2.00O.0fJO of the late rvil! road own
er's estate, died yesterday aa the reault
of belngeccidentally hi', on the head by a
ions thrown by all ten-yssr-old
Blood poisoning developed from the
wound and the lad's death was sudden.
On the day of the boy's death tha
funeral of his grandfather, Homer
Crandall of Chatham, was held.
Bonwit Teller & Co.
WILL CLOSE OUT
The Following Lines of
Women's Summer Wear
Smart Summer Dresses
12.50 to 19.50
19.50 to 29.50
Cotton voile, linens, lingeries and
serge exceptionally attractive model.
The Manufacture of Harris Glasses
is under that personal supervision
of the head of the firm.
Making eyeglasses, and
making them properly, requires
far greater skill than most
people realize. Only in a
thoroughly equipped optical
factory can perfect eyeglass
results be achieved.
We give you "better glasses
for less money" than is possible
anywhere else in the world.
Harris Classes, whether
prescribed by our Oculists or
made upon the prescription of
your own Ocunst. cost $2.00
or more depending upon the
quality of frame you select and
the kind of lenses you require.
cuUsU and (pttuant
64 Esa-i 23rd St., near Fourth Ave,
17 Went 34 1 h St., bet. 6th and 6th A vea.
64 Weal 125th St., near Lenox Ava,
442 Columbus Ave., 81st and 82nd Sta,
TO Nassau St., near Jobn St.
1009 Broadway, naar Wfllo'by, RUjm
489 Fultou St., opp. A. A S., Uklya
197 Broad St, naar Hahne'e. Newark
Batiste Waists 95c
Robespierre Collar and Jabot. Formerly 2.00.
Batiste and Voile Waists 1 .75
With real lace and hand embroiderie. Formerly 3.50.
Batiste, Voile and Crepe Waists 3.75
Hand embroidered, trimmed with real laces. Formerly
9c Wall Paper.
Beautiful selection of
tapestry effects, set
designs and block
effects, for private
halls, kitchens a n d
bedrooms; sold with
border only ; per At
ALL CARS TRANSFER T0
Lexington to 3d Avenue
59th to 60th Street
Below Market Meet
Flounders, per lb Se
Butterfah, per lb 8
Pontic, per lb 82
We.kftsh, per lb ll'i
Rlneflsh, per lb . ... Iiuje
Codfish Steak, per lb . . lt4c
Sen Bass, per lb 4
Soft Shell Crabs, doien tie i
Coals, Dresses, Suite and Skirts
To Go Now Far Under Cost
Out they must go at the height of their season to make room I
for advance Fall styles now in transit. Avail yourself of these ,
unsparing reductions while the opportunity is yours.
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for Friday Only, at . .
Look at these sweaters and see whether, in
your judgment, they can be duplicated anywhere
for less than $1.98.
These wool sweatrrs are close knitted, double-breasted,
all perfect. They come In fancy weaves, with sailor and shawl
i nii,u and pearl buttons. They have two pocket: in gray,
white and tan; sixes run from 34 to 44.
This is n wonderful bargain, and the price should clear out
this lot long, before the end of the day. Re- t "I B
member, this sale is for Fridev only; at iDl.XO
SWseSSf fleriion. Main near.
Women's Distinctive Coats
32.50 to 49.50
Serges, Scotch Tweed, checks, mistrals, Terry cloths
and Polo cloth, in " Sport " tailored and dressy models.
Pure Black Silk Hose 68c
Lisle garter hem and sole. Regularly 85c.
Lisle Combination Suits ' 7". 78c
Tight knee or lace trimmed umbrella. Regularly 1.00.
16-Button Silk Qloves 79c
In white, black and colors. Regularly 1.00.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
It makes little difference what yon need a World "Want" will go get It
C CIGARETTES &
by the United Cigar
Stores Co., can now be
obtained at all dealers.
10 cents for 10
Four coupons in each
package of plain tips.
Each redeemable at
your dealers for l2c.
cash or in premiums
from our catalogue.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
Ill FIFTH AVENUE
WOMKVft T. X 1 It. A glllt CIXrTII SI ITuttst 10 Qg
WOMKN-N AM Mlsl fS IIKIII HH IK Q 7
mil vm lurm I'l-sran..- rrlee I"
homi vs ami Miaanv fn.Mt it ii imikmhkn o 49
August (riesrsnre prl-- w
WOMKVa ANT) Mli.' J.lil Till lSJKfr.!. Qg.
At-tit Clearafiee price wws
momkn' M) MMnKs .-. h i 111 ik imtrn o 98
Augul Clearanee price
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M I H M K
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m. etc. eir
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m. worth up
AH Ou iiiiu'r
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his tain t the
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Clearance of Summer Hosiery
Men's, Women's and Children's Hose have undergone liberal price curs.
Women's Silk Slocklnus, 25c
Pure silk, strictly first quality:
choice fast black and colors; all sixes ,
a regular 50c quality.
nimr.N'1 AND MIHHF.a'
AiiS'tal Clesrsnce prlc. .
WIIHKH'II aXI M1SSBM-
AuciKt Clearsnee wrl.e..
milll.VI AMI MtllSfS'
tomkn's A-Nti suaaKsr
mis. iet Clsaranes p' k
HOMHN'H AMI MIXHKM'
August Clesreni's price. .
WM Tt n a shuts - j2 98
ci.irTil ' -Kiui g2 98
it ii ' Mini i a a . 98c
' it i n ' 'iMuit ' '4j
UMiti' mkiki h 0g
Women's Lisle Stockings, 15c
Oauxr weight i tans, also pure
white and fast black; a regular
Women's Stockings, 6c
Fine gauges, "Run of the Mill,"
otherwise regularly 2-thread Uy
Men's Silk Hall Hose. 28c
High grades of pure thread silk
socks, in btark, oilors and fancy
iacquard styles; all sites. Compare
very favorably with the SOc silk hose
of other stores.
Men's Silk Hall Hose, Uc
These are sold at "seconds" on
account of mill faults. These are
too trifling to hurt them, either in
looks or wear. All sites, black and
colors. Clearance price, 16c.
Men's Silk Lisle S cks.llc
Made with high spliced heel and
double soles, in a vsricty of colors
and black. Known all over the city
as the J5c class of socks.
Men s Cotton Socks, Se
"Secondt" of fine gauge cotton,
harmless mill faults: black and colors.
Children's Silk Socks, 17c
Children's Pure Thread bilk Socks,
strictly 1st quality, regular price 25c
to 35c; pink, sky, tans and white;
all sizes. Clearance price, 17c
to go at Clearance
lots marked to
Silk Lisle Elbow-Length Mous
. quetulrea ; reach way above the
elbows; black or white; r)rt
value 59c; at OO C
Pure Silk 16-button length Mous
quot aires, double finger tipped:
black, white and colors; PQ
value 89c; at OkfC
1-Glaap Lisle Gloves, In white and
black; all sites; value 25c; 1 P
Roofs $1.25 Thiol. Underwear ior
ROOTS Mon in a Special Sale fi(U
TIVOU Men to-morrow, near j j Price, VtJC
STANDARD It will be a good invest incut to buy ynur
.UNDERWEAR, season's supply oi underwear in this sale; a
" 1 little later you will be obliged to t ay the reB-
- a ulur price, which is $1.25. The Bloomingdale
Sale Price to-morrow, however, is the very low one of 69c.
Dali Price tor Knit Summer Underwear
Special lots for women and children, marked at nearly
or quite half former prices for immediate clearance.
No mail orders tilled from these lots.
2,lh0 Wonien'ri i.c
Ribbed L I a I e
Thread Veats, reg,
and extra sixes; at
the clearance 1 B
sale price. . . . J.O f
9H0 I'ulrs Hoys' nnd Girls'
Summer 1'nderwear, 25c
nnd 50c grades, vests and
panto', variety of
paakM and styles. A
Clearance price . XkC
Union Suits, I o w
neck, wide umbrella
style; a very
unusual bar- " Q
gain, at iJC
and Other $3.59 and
$4 Oxfords tor Men.
in this August Clearance to go
at the low price,
samples o 1
skin and tan
calf low shoes.
Aernt n vir,
tUi SL derUsa.
Water Tumbler Values Extraordinary
iter tumblern, as
i to select m v
G tor 19C
Thin gtnss water tumbleri,
sorted designs to select
from, at the very
i t)i her hi it values In higher -
6 American Cnt Glass
Waier Tumi, ers
Star Cutting, Lead Glass Blanks
6 tor 39c
1, O. 1
Cameras and Camera Supplies
Valuable helps for the go-away who wants to preserve the
scenes and doings of his Summer vacation.
F.uMman Cameras, site of AA I Eastman Cameras, site of - A
picture, 2 HrHH &aM)U I picture. 3 Va4V ft.UU
Developing Paper lor Gas Light
2H4'f and l)is4Mi M sheets, M 1 3i5' and 4x5 Postal cards, 24 , ft
in package 14 C I sheets in package lift
F.ustman Hydro Developing Powders, lA Do 18c
Eastman M. 0- Develuplrul Tubes, 6 for 18c
I as r man Toning and I ijflnft Solution, 30 20c
l ast man New Book, ''How to Make Good Pictures)" 20c
Juintman II. B. Films, Brownie 2-6 lvxposure 17c
Eastman II. B. Films, Brownie 2a-6 Exposure 22c
Eastman Acid Hypo, ',-lb 6c
Beds and Bedding Day in this Great August Sale
This $19.06 Bed Oullll Only
I tils Ileavv 2-ln
White Enamel Mod,
white cotton mnttress and one
good woven wire spring, reRular
nrire for 3 Dieces. $1'J.2S; for
Friday and Satur
This $15.0) Bed.
M1 IIV fl st
This $6 25 Bed lor
fr t aJL!.ll
ism h Bssif-d
This Very Fine White Knanitl Hid.
2-in. post, with 1 j -in. square top
rails, heavy tun knobs and b g.
In. fillers, all sixes, cheap at 1S.OO
reduced for Friday and ijinnn
These $15 Roll Edae 50-lb. Felt
Mattresses to go lor . .
Thrse roll-adlS Kelt Mattresses are positively thr
biggest b.'irftauii we have ever advertised. Thrte
are plenty of felt mcttrrssrs sold at the so cnllrd
ridiculously low prices, but so
far we have never seen any uur
antee to go with them.
We guarantee this rnsttress
to be filled with nothing but felt,
st d to weih 50 lbs., rovercd in
a fine trade of art tiiWing.
Thit mnttress is sold elsewhere for $1S. Our pr
This Very Neat White Fnanul Bed,
with full brass mountings and brass
top rail, regular price, $6.25;
Friday and Saturdoy
Ibis $A.i9 Bed OdIUI Only
4 AO ft
his tleftant Itraaa Bed, with 1-in.
post, 1,' j in. top rails and 7 one-incl
fillers, and one felt mattress and
one good woven wire ;e.
sixet, regular price fo this 3-piece
outfit is $3 1 . 50 ; on salt L p -H
Friday and Saturday fo iff .x.Dfj
ce, with BUilfl
Bed Springs at Notably Low Prices
ti W. W. Iron SprinHs. . $1.40
Our $3.50 Springs $2.34
Our $4.50 Springs $3.3$
Our $5.25 Springs $3.8
Our $6.00 Springs $4.24
Our $7.00 Springs $5.25
Our $l6.i ll.ir Mattreis, sprelal
Our $10.50 Box Spring, made up
in finest steel springs, for $8.98.
Our Open Steel Construction
Box Spring, reg. $14.50. for $11.98.
Feather Pillows, 17x24, regulur
price lie, for 37c.
Hair Pillows, 22x28, regular price
$1.25. for 75c.
$23 Soata Aarrlesa lair Mattress,
-BL0mMIUD'.I...S , Lexlng oo lo 3d Ave.. 5 .b lo 601b St.-
0wing to the great success of last Sunday 's
offer, another Woodrow Wilson Picture
Coupon, good for the splendid photogravure,
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