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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT 0, 1918
DEAD BATTALION CHEF
HONORED BY FIREMEN
AT FUNERAL SERVICES
His Company Stands Tearfully
at Attention as Duffy's
The Mi truck of Hook and LaeMer
wea 4xt n part way out t the
doere of the ".rehouse at Fiftieth etreat
n4 Lexington avenue to-day arvd rire
maa Charlaa L Klausman. the wheel
man of the truck, tat In hi aeat and
lowly tollaJ Ikt hall of th truck.
Tears couraad frankly down the flre
mea'a cheeks; the othar man of tha
eompanj. drawn up at attantlon before
ihe door of the flrehouee dared not
irioee a hand to bruan the moisture
from th.r eye.
Fr th boJy of Battalion Chief Wll-
ub J. Bluffy, who dird Monday, after
twBt.nine - tar:' Hervlce In the Fire
Department, was passinx the Head
luarters. which, in life, had bean tha
ran of the, Battalion Chlefa labors
Behind the lirarre walked all of die hleh
hlefa lii the Department and 300 uni
formed men. Not In ;. ears had a man of
'ha Department been honored la death
ts was Chief Duff" to-day.
The funeral corteie started from tha
home of th dead chief. No. 220 Eaat
Forty-ninth treat, whete for blocka on
Ither .vde tho hot of mourners had
bai gathering. Th jia.llbeare re, all
tatla1io:i chiffi of rank equal to that
of .th' titan to whom they pild Isst
hoaors. were TheUai F, Skally, Thomaa
r". 'Dougherty fetrr Hoan. William
Clark, Qaorge Roaa and James C.
Tha pellbearera. with Flea Oktaf John
Kenlon and Deputy Chlefa Martin ani
Have, walked feeelde the liearae, at the
cortege moved down to at. Patricks
Cathedral. At tha church Father Mc
Oi an. nana ted by Fathers McQuada ami
Honayman. conducted a aolemn high
requiem mass. Iatermaat In Cavalry
Cam eta ry col In wad.
lUtaade Sea ate Paeeee SUgrlU Mill,
SPRJNOrnJLD. 111., Kay -The Sen
ate till nilMrt th Watl Tar.-. . a-
BurTrege bill, tha vets being Teas
" i" oui givee woman cab rignt
te vote for all atatutory offices, tl aow
foaa to tha House.
Remember that every case of tubercu
losis peases through Its curable etage.
whloh la often ef a year'a dsrauon
plenty of time to be oared. If tha disss
la ilr recognised and properly treated
befora the laauraMe ataeee ever lake tha
It you fear that there has sees failure
to correctly diagnose or understand your
i as, call on Dr. Anderson, one of New
York's leadlag gpeelaltata In Threat and
i .una Diaeasea, aad the Inventor of the
Anderson X-Ught, which baa revolattca
laed the former method! of dUgaeslng la
Ha discovers the vary earliest algae of
lung trouble while the dlasaae la rat la Its
curabis stage. Inveatlgsts bis treatment
and the reeorde of hie permaaeatly cured
Do not wait until a peine break -down
overtakea you. aad do not delay or wait
for eapertroenta te be tried eat. Any thin
that Is provea to be reliable aad able te
do all that la el aimed for It, will be gladly
and promtptlr used by all Specialists
Consult Dr. Anderson. It costs yea aoth
Ing to find out for you real f, bseauae office
consultation aad eaamloatlon are glvea
without oharge. Dr. Anderson, peetollet.
so Wast 23d st. (bstwssa tth aad th
svenuee). New fork.
Hours Dally. 10 te it Monday. Wednee
day. Friday evenings all o'clock: Bun
days. II to I. Valuable beak aa Tuber
culosis sent te any address.
w7 taawF if 2
Great Underprice Sale
Dainty Tub Dresses
Safe oo Main Floor
ef tha Models Illustrated.
In ail colon
SO Mora Saaaliy
Trimmed with Contrasting
ALL SIZES iStSSS.
Flaraaoh lahhoaaa Worn.
Fire gutted the clubhouse of thl Six
teenth Assembly District DimecreUi
Aaeoclatlon at No. Hi: East Fifteenth
strait. Flalbush, early to-day. A
passerby saw flames coming from the
one-story frame building and sent In sn
alarm, but tha clubhouse waa prartlcally
destroyed by the time the firemen ar
livad. Tha damage wag about IMO.
Jewel W. Dana Mleelng.
The police sent out a general alarm
; last night for Jose! W. Djnns. a pu Is
liaher, w ho has been mis.-ing from Ml
honu, Vo. M West tine Huleil 1 iM
Twr tity-flftli slroet, since April R.' The
alarm w,s MM o il at the request of
. tfcinne'i wife. Ha Is thlrt -three years
old. five feet elin Inches n height.
weighs IV pound. ' i -i a k i y ees. fair
complexion and brown hair. When last
aeon Dunne Wore a dark gray suit and
a gray soft hat.
g Extra Special! g
Nearly 1,000 Fine High Grade f
S Hackett-Carhart $18, $20 I
and $22.50 Spring and
Half a Cenlurf
Exceptionally Good Value In
Men's Handkerchief s Hematitched with tape
and cord borders full in size and of good quality with
hand embroidered Initials. Very exceptional value at
Women's Handkerchiefs Another lot of
300 dozen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs of fine quality
i.-inch hems with cross-bar designs in white at
15c each, value 25c.
Every other desirable style and quality of Pure Linen
Handkerchiefs for Men, Women and Children may be
found in our present assortment.
James McCutcheotf & Co.,
5th Ave.. 33d & 34th Sts., and
14 West 23d Street.
All fresh from the tailors' hands within the week.
And in every detail of fine tailoring, fine high grade
and exclusive fabrics, excellent trimmings and dis
tinctive styles, all are of the very best $18, $30 and
$22.50 value possible of production.
The fabrics are of that high grade which is found
in any $18, $20 and $22.50 garments of Hackett
Carhart fine standard.
The tailoring is of the kind that has made fine ready-for-service
garments of Hackett-Carhart type the
preference of well-dressed men. Ordinary custom
work is greatly inferior.
In models, the style ideas of famous fashion fore
casters are reflected. English styles, Fifth Avenue
styles, Young Men's styles, College styles and Nor
You may choose among high grade pure Worsteds,
fancy Serges, high grade Velours, Saxony Cassimeres,
Homespuns and Crashes.
All the new Grays, Blues, smart Browns, correct
Tans, English and Scotch Mixtures are here, together
with neat Pencil Stripes, neat Checks, neat Silk
Mixtures, plain Stripes and Wale Weaves.
Were it not for the fact that our big tailoring plant
was idle for more than two months resulting in
large cancellations of orders in our wholesale depart
ment we guarantee you that each one of these gar
ments would be selling at $18, $20 and $22.50. And
they would bm extreme good values at that.
tgf 365 Broadway Ml
eiaisNr. Chambers St. at 13th St
ICfV Opp- City Hall Nr. Union Sq.
119 Wert 42d St. 1541. 125th
Naar Broadway Near 3d Avenue
Open Evenings Open Evenings
I. INflSatTai Asssrica's Graatsst
1 ff) I CI Furmtura House
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
i The Store That Always Saves Money for You
Com para the prices in this advertisement with thoee of any
other furniture or department store and convince yourself by
SimTlffcEi5,ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST
S5 to 11.000
small Weekly Parsaeata.
$25 Solid Oak
Solid oak. golden finish; heavy carvea
top. with Urge bevel plate mirror t heavy
claw feet. Two top drawers, one lined
sliver, one long
I A st for
drawer, two cabinets.
Heavy maple posts, high back,
deep seat; broad arms; double
woven can seat and back; shel
atafT IMPORTANT -Wk
The wonderful prices and credit terras in this edvertiiement can be
bad only st our store. Block 35th to 36th Street and 8th Avenue
Ne Red Tase.
Na Strings lo
This Oiler. Na
at Any Kind.
PAY ONE DOLLAR
a e le c t anything
you need to fur
nish a room com
pletely, and we will
deliver the goods
Kromptly to your
ome. and YOU CAN
PAY THE BALANCE
IN SMALL WEEKLY
ii 7 a i in i ram
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II a h o
f I a I s h e d
r r a m e s .
i ii . b i a . .
- ii v e r e d In
beat i a n n
See To Night s
for Special OrTerinsi in
Women's ami Misses'
Tirrssee and rallored
Hosiery. Olovse and Un
lerwear for all.
American and riemvli
Women'a rumps and 0-fnrde.
aA AU CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington to 3d Avenue
59th to 60th Street
Tourist Ba 17
4 os. stock; Se2h
frama and trlmmlncs, full
leather lined: laslde
pockctt rglntennd eer
IS to IS
A WONDERFUL DAY FOR MEN!!
We Are Going to Offer
2,000 $15 Summer Suits al
The Suits Are:
Plain blue serges;
Fancy blue serges;
Plain gray serges;
Fancy stripe worsteds;
Fancy cheviots in
Brown, gray and tan;
No Mail, Phpne or C. O. D. Orders
Filled. Alterations Free.
The Styles Are:
2 button sacks;
3 button sacks;
Also with and without
Trousers have belt
All newest effects.
The sizes range from 15 to 22 years for young men,
and 33 to 46 chest for men, in regular s stouts and longs.
No matter how much you have paid or where you have bought your clothes, you
never had a chance like this. These suits are all in the new models, made by makers
whose names are synonymous with quality. In the lot are many sample suits one
of a kind that are worth considerably more than the value we quote. The styles
include everything from extreme models for young men to conservative styles for men
of quiet tastes at ten dollars. Come early, you'll be glad you came.
new a inuupi ran, aa wumm wis wrt via
We have in regular stock a complete line of Men's and Youths9 Summer Suits at
wie , e..e C-nn .
t iun : iv is i aa
u iiv, l is
mb ; .ii mr I
urn muam i
Men's Fine Silk Socks
Plain colors and black; with
double soles and linen splicing,
also jacquard styles. All sixes.
Men's Summer Silk Socks. 16c
We can sell them at this very low price because they have
slight mill faults. These hurts, however, are technical and
won't interfere with the wearing quality. They are in black,
white and colors in all sices, ISc.
Use's n..r. tBto It BertloB
Men's Accordion Rib Silk
Socks at JSc
Attractive color combinations
with high spliced heels and
double soles. All sues.
Sal of Men's New $3.00 and $3.50
Shoes and Oxfords at $2.25
We have just received a shipment of Russia
Calf, Gun-Metal and Patent Coltslcin low shoes,
button and lace shoes in English or medium toe
shapes. These shoes are all perfect and include
the season's best models, bought from several
over-stocked manufacturers at a price concession.
Special at $2.25.
Also Men's $2.50
Shoes at $1.85
hoes, equally good
for dress or bun
neaa wcai. mostly
lace. Styles in
gun-metal, vici or
Th Beat of Summer Style in Thi Sal of
Athletic style coat shirts and
full length drawers, made of white
check nainsook. All sizes at 25c.
Men's Fine Balbriggan Underwear;
shirts have full finished culls, the
drawers a double seat and sua- na
pender tape backs; all sizes Cite
Men's White Mesh Knit Underwear,
shirts and knee drawers, in all sixes, ryn
special at, per garment QOc
Men's SI White Lisle Thread Union
Suits, shaped athletic style; all sites; oq
our very special price OSJc
All the standard make of Summir Lndtmtar In
regular Hock. Mais ftm
HI OOMUVOWAI EH
Men's $1.50 and $1.75 "Artistic" Summer Shirts at $1.18
A Timely Offering of Spic and Span New Shirts at a Big Saving
"Sr - v
'.. . . . f A , . pv . . . i mutnin ill
,. v m -ir .-r - 11 i vm ii t if
"Artistic" Brand Shirts, ideal for summer wear, are
known for many special points of excellence.
The materials include such appropriate summer fabrics
as highly mercerized woven cords, stripe and jacquard madras,
Russian cords, satin stripe pongees, and repp weaves.
The workmanship reveals all the care usual in shirts made
to sell for $1.50. The soft double cuffs give a further touch to
the summer luxury suggested in evety detail-
Main Floor. Car. Thin are. sai tOU it
The colorings are up to the minute and the variety ef
patterns very large and select. Light tone effects, with various
styles of stripes and medium colors, with clean-cut colored stripes,
are numerous and desirable.
The sizes are 14 to 17. Our show window on 3d Ave. and
60th Street will give you a far better idea of the merits of these
Shirts than a printed description.
conveniently arranged according to sizes on tables.
-All Cars Transfer to BLOOMING DALES'. Lax. to sd Awe.. SSth to SOth St.!
You Need a Cushion
for Your Feet
to prevent corns, bunions and callouses. It's the rubbing
against uppers and hard unyielding soles thet causes
most foot troubles. The soft, springy cushion insolr. of
Dr.A. 0 -Ition
' LVam Shoe
distributes your weight evenly prevents hugsing
01 uppers ana tne tuaing 01 inc iooi over inc soie
If you're foot-weary you need this shoe.
All Stylet. Far Mem and Woman .
15 to SS
DR. A. REED CUSHION SHOE CO.
36th St. and Broadway
SINGLE STA MPS
AM eh noon
las 8 ijym la
Her Ki IkOee
brn by the
1. Magic Cap of Ideas
2. Coat of Opportunity
3. Horn of Plenty
4. Sword of Success
5. Seven-League Boots
jlijiBa Fashioned Out o! WorW kit. Adi
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