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Til lYllfllf WORLD, W1DMI1DAT, JVMt 18, 1918.
HOW TO BE ATTRACTIVE Seventh Article of a Series 1
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TRIED TO WRECK TRAM.
Man Pat OB Ota la charged
SHOT BY GOPHERS
AS POLICE WATCH
M1DDLETOWV. X. T.. JunS tt.
Oeorrlgbt, 1SU. st Tb Pre Publtaklng Co. TBs New Tar World)
wrecking of a Ontario A Western
Men Prefer the Gaudy Hollyhock Kind ot Girl
MONBY TALKS, and oral betting to legal.
anger train near Stony Kurd. M
waa averted early to-day whi
engine crew discovered a big 'i
tlee and Iron on the track ah
PRC81DENT WILSON Is Paging the foreign Embassies.
To the Modest hut More Fragrant Woodland Violet
SQUAM JUSTICE, It it decided, won't At In a round courthouae.
them In time to brine the train 10
top. Benjamin Wright who Waa PSAa
off the train at Stony Ford. wee. ar
rested and held for examination., 4
bring charged that he placed the tt
HARVARD graduates In claaa-day aa si stats forgot a stanaa of "Pair Har
vard." ------- " ------- - - - --------- - - -n-M-n-,-!!!-,,-!,-! --Q-L L- p I'l 11 IT.fl I l.ftJU
1 Attempt to Kill "Fog" Mc-
MISS MARVBL. RAMBT or Nes Perce, Idaho, here to eee the eights, found
among thorn the first horse car she had seea In her Ufa
atruction on the track.
i; Clutey Follows One Death
and Many Stabbing.
S v CHIEF'S BROTHER HELD.
NUTLET'S THIRST-At a special election Nutlty, N. J., refuted to reduce
the number of Its saloon.
Fft . MOO
map,- , mm
Detective Sees Three Men Rush
on Victim, but Is Jostled
,jv Away by Crowd.
alio of til Wait TWrtrWveiiUi
station ar on therr toea to atop
Jong INarotith avenoe, other-
ttaown aa the Naw Turk Central
aMa freight ear yard. Martin
ylfJkMaa. brathar of Owner Madden, who
ajai of tha leader of th rough youth
all themselve tha Qophera, was
laat night charged with ahoot-
John Btof'tiiley, an adherent or
Smith, another young man
rooantly returned from tha penl-
to assert authority uvrr tha
eolrlta of tha neighborhood.
BMaetlva 1 Hunan waa on hla way
Nh to dinner last evening. Ma reoiirld
a asaadquarter. when ha eaw a nolay
fajajajg of young men walking toward
fqCauley. known to hla Inllma'.ra na
JfkaJ." t Mn. ' Tenth avenue. A--gaajallng
to Ihiggan, 'Martin Madden
Bar Haehler. alau a truck driver of
2U Kaat Krvenly-sevenui ""i.
oat from Ilia t-row.I mul enoi
sCautey In the arm. neck anil ante.
made for Ilia men, oui -
r Interferem-e by their -om-
waa unalile lo rearh mem.
TIMO FOLLOWS mmh
AND Nil OF ATTACK.
B Duggan'e rrpjrt lo Headquarters
allowing faula ware taken Into
tton: William or "HUc' nen-
waa abot and killed at Ninth ave-
and JHxtaattth itreat Kr.i. I. 111,
aaaaaaini were not Identified, but
Smith aaa a ion afterward aent
penitentiary far another nrlma.
leavaa of Hmllh aeemed to feel
ty egatnat Owney Madden tor
g laeprtoonmatit. At the nli 01
3. llyao:i Automation, sot.
." idhal vaar. Itwliev allot through
! abdomen; tils Inteatlne were pteread
kjl sloven different aputa, but ha eur-
JJoCauley, the man soot tan nigni.
L - .. . - . II-- I m
oSiasis hit wwi to pviw., '
he understood ha was icniM or
ltadden, but that Maddta.
id shot hlmaait while threaten-
jflSHft Sag) to murder MoCauley. Madden aald
. Ikt did not need any police help In
Sua? ku rnutiie. and UoCaulay waa
, ' daamad too
efaaaar gunltli relumed to Krwn a raw
ago and Immediately thereafter
of frlenda of Si Madden a
arrested for robbing freight ears
In ! areata, avsnaa. Threats
aent to Bmllh that he was eus-
of giving Information to the po-
i aad that unleea tha area at stopped
ad Ms friend would suffer.
.0TABOINO0 FOLLOW WHCN
. ass.. -- aiiul Unn il. nnaht
I waian. a xnana o omun, waa
as he was ehaUtng with a sllsa
tm th steps of her kam st No.
West Bis tee nth street "Dopey"
of Ms. MO West Nlnatssnth atrsot
stabbed slightly whUs trying to
thought It would be wall to
tkt bona of Tsnnsr Smith last
Dstsctlve Dolan aad a number
WWW WWt MVI.'IW W ..11 MIMI.
.mm Palora cmantgni startan staanen.
t ipsOHW aaa rori-ini,i'.n v. ..iiiuiiij
' Basr aaatth'i home, nsir Twenty-
1 mii Btreart and Tenth avan le.
surrendered at the Jetrcllvei
, out Bushier ran until a bulls!
n's revolver burnad hla ear.
ily got away. Both man were
I la the Weat aide Court to-day
with Istonlous assault
FIREMAN DEAD, SIX HURT.
of 1375,000 on the Bulkling
and Its Equipment at Min
WSAPOLM. Minn.. June M.-
Kaaeaky. a ll.irii.in. wan killed
. BtMl su
other ware eailoualy Injured
fare destroyed the Norm High
bulldiiig to-da . fire Capt.
Oeay wKI probably die.
It Bra haft achool. In the iiurlh
Wastarn part of the city, a mere ahcll
mi wricks and twhtUd Iron. The luai
ea tae building u puo-.i ut t. tin
- Setrtaat. Including equipment and eup
aasspt Oray of Truck Compay No. :
'as leading a squad of tlrrmnc un to
tsanre to tike l:n.u I. rirat Asltant :
rfMW U.ml tn .... iv... r. M
f v.. . .. ' ' i iiviw .
wtkaa the gable ruol In the centre col
The walla apr.-ad and tone of I
shot through tii,- hole on the (Ire-
i Been. They were knocked off the roof'
and fell under the debn.
Of the Ore 1j uuknuwn.
Work on Panama Canal.
VABKINIirON. June II. -The total
st of (art, excavation from the
Canri In May waa S,7;y.U3.
against f.SU.tii cubl - yards In
The average Jilly output In May
eutili yard, alaiost U0.W In
Pick Their Wive as Wom
en Do a Drew and Like
ly to Pa tip the Plain,
Durable Serge tor the
Fluffy Chi font, De
claret One Reader.
But There Any Reason
Why Wisdom and
Beauty, Showiness and
Durability Should Not
Be Combined and
Thus Produce Lasting
By Nixolm GrUy-Smith.
aire men a choice between the gaudy hollyhock and tha woodland
violet, and tha hollyhock wlna svsry
At least we are so informed by
" tsTddB W
Mmm m Mt
shared by women of the hollyhock type. The first Is that It is exceedingly
liable to rust and so do some human hollyhocks under average condition.
The deterioration of tha pretty girt
bean a subject of trite comment ever
and blown. The second drawback Is
ing la full loveliness for only two years, while violets will come up every
spring so long as there are woodlands
till the quash or the garden may be
a sort of hybrid with tha hollyhock's
flaunting beauty and the violet' sub
tlety and reserve. Why ahould men
despair of finding tha feminine wlaard
who aball .combine thsaa qualltleaT
Tlaln Wus serge persona. Ilka ths plain
blue aerg suits, havs ths obvious ill,
advsntage that there srs so many of
them, and only tha espert eye can toll
lbs ort whleh rosy be had anywhere
fur II Ut from lha beautifully tailored
article st IIOo.
WANT WlVIft OF BEAUTY WHO
ARK UtB-UL TOO.
Vadoabtadly aaea seek aad de
airs the hybrid wife who shoU ea-
f ortabla at the
I hsv ntvar heard that Calypao
wsrmsd I'lyaaea's sllppara, or that
Circe aharad Margaret llllngton'a pas
sion for darning nooks. But In ths end
Ulysaes want back to good old Tenel
ope. who nvr even aakod him what
had detslned him. And they lived
happily ever afterward.
Berioaaiy apsaklag, there la
rsally a reason way keaatlsa
ahouldn't make thsaaselvee aeafal.
aor way wetaea who are aeefal
sfeooJaat be bsanUes. It la suit
poestale. It oftea happeas, aad
whoa a wife does ataaage to eom
ktas the tuaUtteo of the aeese
soaker with the aUaresssata of the
hose-breaker, Ulysses to generally
so well pleoaod sit by his own
heart ketone that anybody
soogkt to lavs alss oa a voyage
would have to "sbaarhal" alas.
To be attractive It aecma to m ths
violet ahould aludy the a ays of the
... . i . " . - ftiAtiM
noliyuicH anu me miifiivei -
..rn awrrtneea and reioaa from tho
violet. Charm In a woman la like par-
fume In a (lower. I forget who said
ii.t nrt. but It l Jual aa true to-oay
as the drat time. And the violet has
charm and is In demand forever.
It blooms in dm 1st' window when
the hollyh"''k la brown and dead and
nubody remembera what a glory It
inudu last year of the back fanes.
N',i ioiy ever saw a hollyboek In a
hot house. It doea not lend Itself to
bouguet. but look wsll la mae. It
It In fsct the show girl of ths garden,
and suraly as wandlaad violet SaouM
savy or hsgrsdsji lis little ssmbbb af
a young woman reader who believes
that In estimating the value of
worisn a man eontronta precisely
the difficult lea of selection which
a woman facee when she chooser! a
gown. Ho mutt put aalde the gaudy
and attractive for the plain and last
ing If he expects hi choice to en
dure. "If he wants durability he had
better take something along the
serge iin" ska says. ,
But why should either men or
women believe that the ways of
beauty and the ways of wisdom lie
so far apart? Let us not despise the
hollyhock. It is an excellent flower,
which produces a very gorgeoua ef
fect for a vary little outlay. It has
variety of color and great husklness
of stem. It needs scant attention
and has but two weaknesses, which
It has always seemed to me are
arW aha baa found a husband has
since girls and hollyhocks have grown
that the hollyhock Is a biennial, last
for them to perfume
of hollyhocks that they dn not laat, and
that being without fragrance tneir
memory doea not linger after them.
SAYS MIN PRIM. THI tJAUDY
TO IN DURING.
The lettara of Kvenlng World raadare
Dear Madam: 1 don't believe men
want "senrible, old-faahloned, homo
loving flrle," for when they make a
choice nine timet out of ten they
don't select this type. CHv them s
choice holw-en a hollyhock and a
violet and the hollyhock wlna every
time. Ask thsm to decide between
beauty of face and charm of soul
and the hollyhock triumphs again.
After marriage there comas a rude
awakening. The girl who Is choaen
for her good looks and good dreaa
ing la good in thla line, but In noth
ing els, ilow could h expect her
to bsT Never a thought entered her
silly, empty head but of dress and
good tlmea. Thtae were her psclal
tlea and In thorn ah ranked as an
Motherhood, the glorified crown of
wifehood, n:eana nothing to thla
type. To her It la a thing to bo
ahunncil. lor doea It nut mean Buf
fering and tacrlflce two thing (he
meaning of which ahe could never
Three men "who alt In the teat ot
the acornful" regarding the feebler
e are inreaaonable creaturea at'
beat. They expect to pick a wife
who will combine every aoclal grace
and homely art, be a daunting holly
hock end a nooiland violet. Juat
a reaaoinols to pick out a dross
ahlch wo ild aerve aa a morning
dress, an afternoon coetume and a
A Boaa wke aeleoto s wife has
to make praotiaally the Basse de-
ahe bays a gowa. If hs waate
eomothlsg showy and faaey, he
chesses a daffy raffia. Xf he wanks
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
TIM Kit. Yoi (till Always BragM
&H THg CNOerC SfTwciN Tray
vewv ntrr trig teQtwV hOcn fVtY
dnrabtilty he had
aosaebklsg along the serge line.
will weather storm I
t ea sad area the most optlaaistlo
Seat aspect saaakiae aU Ufa's Jour
aey thro ago.
"TOO CLEVER GIRL" IS AVOIDED
Y MIN, 8-C FINDS.
Dear Madam: I do not agree with
your statement that meu Ilka woman
who havo bralna sa well aa oaauty.
I am twenty-lhree yeare old, look
younger, and earn 123 a week. I
help to support the family, snd
must eay 1 have never met a .nn
aoclally that waa my equal mentally.
I have met a great many Intelligent
men In bualness, but And (bee man
alwaya taks out the "dolled up" girl.
I am couetdered good looking, dress
very stylishly, do not - "make up,"
but dance, play, alng. have a aenae
or humor, enjoy theatres (moatly .tt
my own expense), new my iwn
clothe, trim hate, know the value
of a dollar. Hut It aeema the up pc
elta eex avolda ma. Aa on man re
cently told me, I am too clever, and
the average man, ahould be marry
me, would alwaya be known as "my
Worn my own experience I And
the clever, aenalhle girl doea not it
tract and hat no chance agalneb-the
dolt who It mottly empty headed.
To my mind there la no amount of
beauty that can compeSaate one for
the lack of a good, clear brain. Men
think me charming until they Jt
eover I have a brain, a they seem
to be dtaappolnted at finding this
combined with good looka.
Dear Madam: There It no hus
band famine. There are thousands
of stntlble, well educated, home
loving and attractive girl In thlt
half civilised city. I got one myself
a year ago. t college graduate and
a high tchool teacher who can boll
aa egg snd make her own gowna
and hats snd my neckties. She be
longa to two cluba and yesterday
ahe made enough oup from waate
kitchen fntt to last a month. And
ahe la not a houae slave by a long
shot. Hhe hat lncreaeed my effici
ency 76 per cent, and 1 hops I havo
helped her. There are thouaand
like her In thla town, though you will
find more In Brooklyn than In Man
hattan. PKRPBCTLY SATWriKD.
Dear Madam: I wfll try to give a
man'a opinion on "what makee a
a girl attractive!"
Refinement and good taste are
very Important conatltuenta. It la
HOu.V3C dea TesT iOtCT
not ntmaary for a girl to wear s
freak headdreaa and a gowa which
looks like a combination of a bath
ing suit and an evening gown. Way
not wear a simple drett that Is be
coming to ths psrtlcular Individual?
Many girls wear thlnga which look
as though the boat place for them
It on a dummy model, and not tha
aupple, youthful body, which la
naturally graceful. Olrllah dree
without the frllia and excess of deoo
radona, but absolutely neat and
made to Bl the figure, showing Its
youthful beauty and natural grace.
Is the beat to wear.
Men at a rule do not appreciate a
pa n ted and made up face of a
young girl because ihey know what
la hidden behind thla misrepresented
"artistic make-up." An attraction
of thla tort It oa ot the minute
It la not deep and of no consequence.
The wise thing for girls to do, to
be most sttractlv. Is to be natural,
simple and vary neat. Wear only
what become them as Individual!.
Wear thlnga appropriate to -heir age.
Ths next task yaw s re Usui
fal stf reta- nose and break
' let us attach the
or, better still, do it before they
The Harris Suction Clip fits
the nose with a soft, velvety
and comfortable grip which
cannot be shaken.
Fitted to your glaitct for 35 cent$.
Sold Only at Our Eight Stores
Id East 3Sd St. near Fourth Ave.
97 West 34 tn St. bet. Bth a Sth Ave
A4 Wast mm St., near Lenox Ave.
4-tf Columbus A ve..lst aad H2d Hta
70 Nassau hi., near John st
1000 Broadway, near Wlll'by, H'klyn
4BU Fulton St.. opp. A. A It, B'klyn
897 Broad Bt.neer Hohne s, Newark
1 for 28 Cts.
STANTON STREET TOUTII read
TOUNO WOMAN etarted to walk from Now York to Han Franctaco. One
of her chief artlolea of food will be nuts.
A rt&fiOO 8PANKHer tt an item for $mnll boys fo cat oaf
and exhibit af the psychiatrical moment: Mr. Wolfe of Femdale,
BulHvan County, fried to spank her young son last night and in so
doing upeet an oil ttove. In the fire that followed twelve basinets
houses and three dwelling!, inclndinp the Wolfe home, were do
etroyed. The loss wa $15,000.
FRENCH AVIATOR flew 1I1H mllee aa hour. This spaed sustained
would take him acroaa (he Atlantic In twenty-seven hours.
RECORDER of Atlantic City decides
LOUISIANA shipped over fs.000,000
REFERENDUM election hsa been
forbidding doga to run at large.
TOLD by her husband to "paddle
wife of a New York lawyer, paddled
THE PRESIDENT he abandoned Taft'a office-refrigerating plant at tn
White House, preferring to awelter with the boys.
Preserve the youthful face by keep
ing It absolutely clean and health
ful by natural meant, and not by
cosmetic, whleh In a Short time
give a g'rl a faded complexion.
HAJIRY B. K.
TURTLE CHEWS MAN'S ARM
Almost Severs Wrlat With Ua
Sstap of Horny Beak.
Daniel Holmes of No. IBM Herkimer
street. Brooklyn, learned to-dy that a
deep-sea-folrsg turtle weighing ttt
James McGreery & Go.
On Thursday, i riday & Saturday
Men's Shirts. Pajamas. Straw Hats &
225 dozen Soft Silk Shirts, neat stripes. . .265
200 d .on Shirts of Silk Peau de Crepe 4.85
values 6.50 and 7.50
425 !ozcn Soft Summer Shirts made of Madras
and Men crized Cloths. 145
values 2.00, 2.50 and 5.00
75 dozen Madras Pajamas, plain colors and'
neat stripes. values 2.00 and 2.50, 1 .25
Straw Hats, English Make; various models
values 2.50 and 5.00, 1 .65
Light-weight Office Coats in Black and Gray.
values 4.00 and 5.00. 295
Summer-weight Two-piece Suits, regular and
Norfolk models, values 20.00 and 25.00. 1375
750 Rain and Storm Coats, American and
English models; manufacturers' samples. A variety
of colors. values 18.00. 20.00 and 25.00. 9.75
WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES
Fancy Cotton Eponge Suits in White and
Colors ; attractive models. 1 650 and 1 850
value 25.00 to 52.50
Smart Tailored Suits in Linen and Crash,
White and Colors. 9.75 and 1 1 .50
value 15.75 to 19.50
Dresses of Cotton Voile in polka dot and stripe
materials, combined with voile; effective models.
value 15.75. 875
Several pretty models in Flowered Crepe and
"Dolly Varden" materials. value it.7S to 25.00.
1250, 14.50 and 16.50
White Voile and Lingerie' Dresses, handsome
models, value 10.50 to 25.50, 1275 and 1450
Tub Dresses of Tissue, Voile and linen
value 405 oa 1X75. A
Tolstoi and stol ta.tt hs had collected for
that "liar" Is not a cuss word.
worth of etrawberrle North thla
ordered In tola, Kan , tin an ordinance
her own canoe," Mrs. Oeorglne Comfort
It Into tho separation court
pounds and possessing a horny beak
of capacious expansion It nothing to
trifle with. Holtneo works In the Variety
Fish Market on Rheepaihead Bay road.
Coney Island. The turtle, which waa
tiring weighed, objected to the way
Holmes pulled It around to gat It on
the scales. It seised Holmes's right
wrist In Its formidable mouth.
Frag Beneoke, the proprietor, rushed
to Holmes's aid wfrh a ' heavy club.
Blows over the head caused the turtle
to relax Its grip. Holmes was taksn
to the Coney Island HospltsJ. where It
waa feared he might loee his band. The
turtle had bitten to the bone on both
475, 5.75 to 750
Vvt Moved My
60 Days Ahead
When a iayt weeks ago I
recovered from a serious
Illness which had Incapa
citated me for over 4V
days, I faced a most critical
situation. My plans far
the expansion of this great
business, which had
grossed so far that : new
GEORGES stores were tti
be opened in five additional
cities this spring, were , of
course, completely demor
aliaed. Yet all stock pre
parations had been made
In brief, I found myself
overloaded with a 1321,000
excess of stock. How am I
meeting conditions? As
GEORGES always meets
them, with an offer of
values that insures the sup
port of the public. I have
made my August price cuts
$37. SO Suite
$40 and $45 Suit
Everything Included M Jta
custom idoaa In najr GEOKGES
Modal Clothes, from tho Mow
narrow English Sack Suits anJ
smart No rf oiks to plain, conssisia
tlva blacks and bluea. Also all
my merchant tailors' unspMttl
far garmareta, many resent
arrivals, for which I havo
tho recognised cleaning
No Chan for Attirauaas
Bet, Broadway Sth Ave.
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