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TBI 1VIVXN0 WOILD. IHU1IDAT, JUKI 16, 1919
HNS TWO DOWN
Actor Bedyn and Companion
Draped From Wreck With
Clothing All Ablaze.
Two mm plimedMmaer.sn overturned
MMMHIt on Mm Bowarerd. two mllea
north of Wool Now York, N. J., early
te-day. hsd to watchitbe swift sparoarh
at Hum from th esploded gaeeltne
bank, BaaajskkBj to sava UwnNlvN.
Altar Ihotr rVoUrlngkod rough t fir. and
obey were beglantng feel the srenrh
of the flown two onmpaotnrta, who had
bean trarlad Mar foot by tho overture
bsg of Bit all till, managed to eatrl
eate tho two In peril.
eve tin ndyn. leading man of tho
aback company showtn at tho Gaiety
KwMW In Hoboken., stopped his auto-
a wi front of tha West Now York
otettoa noor I a'efcwk thU
I aad aakdsveral of tho pettre-
who bad mat Maan relieved from
If (kny niton to ttko a aptn
tho Bonloward. Policemen Fred
I and Charles Car.
ourrs at a food
loot control of tho ma
lt cMortMd a baak nt tho Ma
gf tho rood and burned turtle. Ruaoh
aad rnrtoaaT warat thrown twenty foot
of adfrian in uniform riding ovaramant
They had to so twtro round thr
oafM jomptng aba tool oo of afeue aorta
raegina In h4gat great I (est t stmbss to
and all th
I tap id la flames almoat la
JjujrH and PMrlong, who war par.
ajaJJr atunaod r tholr fall, hoard th
Of nho nan wooer in Dumrng
oar and stagger, oaon to riv a--Matanoo.
Two waaoaa loaded with
garden truck tispgiaii to ba pomting
and tho dili'MW aawed their etreagtb
do that of Mm waaJhanod luM of tha
Cgsss'llr hoth laJMQMUIaa man ww
aMthtna.'whleh waa la flam, woo
thaw wore eassbad to Warn) lowTork
Pad MiaMiiirtara. whnra aallao
hnrna. Tha aaSowobUo waa reduced
RUSSIA wins Kim's CUP.
Detfeate Boron Halloa to MMtoa
ad Jamptag at Mania Mow.
LONDON. Jura H.-The King Rdward
VII. Oold Cup for chnna and Jumplni.
tho moat vatusd trophy at tha Mama.
(tonal boras a haw. waa won to-day by
Ruaola, whoaa repraaaotasj see tlrua
barred those of .Trasses, who had ah-endy
II twics, Irani tektng airman lit
asraa of Mm cop. Itaass waa sse-
ond and Pat giant third. Klmr Osoegs
and I'raaMont Raymond Fain liar a of
Franc war among tha anaalatan of
tha aplrltad mliat.
Seven assjono coaapilnd Pwaane, a rant
LEFT $900 m STREET CAR.
Heaeet Ceadaeter Taraa la Mia
rind and Oete BB Riwtrl.
Mr. ftorrowlta of tha P radios cloak
and Mull House, at No. Ml CHand atraat.
took a rid on th Delancey atraat car
with MB In aaaa yeeurwe afternoon
Ha waa going to dapoalt tha money In
th fUagsl cooper bank. Wtin he left
th car ha loft tha IBM on th at.
Wanaoa Laart. tha oaad actor, aaw tho
paiwaga and haoaan th proud owner
of Mlt fr tho rest of Mia ride. H
turned th money In at tha car barn.
Whan he readied the end of the road
thro waa air. Hoerowtta hia iWoa at bis
"Taa, I found it," aaid Lawla. "I
turned It In at th ofTtae."
Horrowtts thanked the conductor and
gave him f aa a reward for hla tion
mm mm chosen.
WArTHLNdTON, Jwne M. wocrotary
of War Qarrlaaa announced to-day too
aslSBMua of Henry Bacon of Now York
aa tho arahMact for Mm hapeola Un
ata mi ran rial here, to w rctd by
the Uneoln Moajorlal Commission.
Tho adUM la la eoaatat of an anor
IT WAS AWFUL SHOCK
TO DOCK PORTER WHO
FOUND WALLET IN CAB
But What Knocked Honest Ben
Speechless was the Reward
rowan fllBaola Yoooo far Wanaan bmM
armiHomauo, nv. Jaa M.-owr.
fraaa MU paeaad ar tha Oaaeoai
MU passed or Mm
arm My. Moving nletaraa of Mm alp
Ing were taken. Tho bill provide that
On of thr last of the pasenare Bill
ing on the rronob liner La Franc t
reach the pier at Hotiokan this morning
waa W. P. C. Waterman. Ben Jackson,
colored, opened the door of th tail,
aad aa hJ waa about to cloee It saw a
fat wallet lying on tha floor of the
eat). Ben picked up tha wallet and
ooutda't talk. Hht aye bulged out Ilk
th etdra of the pocketnook, choked
Bon la tha Hoboken classmate of the
an whom Diogenes aought. But ha
etumblad once and fell twice In hie
ncrnrnble up the vler In purault of Mr
Waterman. Breathlessly, hs told his
story of tha treasure to Assistant flupt.
Wolf of tha etook. Wolf gratmed the
fat wallet and hurried after the owner,
who bad root reached the deck. Mr.
Waterman elevnted hla ryebrowa and
smiled hie thanks to the assistant super
attendant. There waa MOO In travailing
tha loas of which might bars
caused the maanate temporary ember
BbSMWMa How ahurh mnry thrrr was
bealdm. only lh owner knew.
Mr. Wolf walked back to hla desk,
where the rpetnt .lackon stood.
Thn It occurred to the astlatunt auper-
lnlndnt that aomathlng ahould be
rnmtng to Hen.
"Ben," anld he, "Mr. Waterman man t
have time to sey anything but thanks,
hut I shsll reward you. Thsre la noth
ing more to do to-day, so I will give
you the rent of the dsy off.
And Ben, backing away with hla hat
la his hand, mumbled his gratltuda
NOMINATED 9Y WILSON.
Sevrral iMIaor Diplomatic Posts
PHIed-Mro. Harrtaaan lamed.
WABHINOTON. June W -President
Wilson to-dsy msds the following noral
Minister to Norway, Amert O.
ftrhmedemann of Wisconsin to Norway.
Mlnlstsr to Peru. Benton MoMIUIn of
Conaol at Milan. Italy. Nathaniel B.
Stewart of Oenrgla.
Secretary of slmbaasy, Bin de Janerlo,
Braall, J. Butler Wright of Wyoming.
Secretary of legation. Kruaaela, Fred
Morrla I Jeering of Mlaeourl
Member of the Isthmian Canal Com
mission, Richard Lee Metcalfe. Lincoln,
Membera of the Commission on In-
duatrlal lUlatloria Frank P. Walsh of
Ifsns-air City, Mo.. John R. Commons of
Wisconsin, Mrs. J. Borden Harrlman of
Now York, Frederick A. Uelann of Chi
cago. Harris Wei na took of California,
Thurston Ballard of Kentucky, John
II Lennon of llllnote. Jamea O'Coaaell
of Washington, D. C, and Austin B
Clarreteon of Iowa.
TWO TERMS FOR INFORMER
llalaov, Who Betrayed Roeeotbal
Marderere. Moot at to Prleoa.
David Dalnov, the man who gave the
lp to Deputy Police Coinmle;onrr
Dougherty on tne hM.ng plrce of "lyp
th Blood" and rty l.otll. will
shortly ;oln tooee lam worthies In NMtf
temporary aiioda In bin Sing. Tb two
convicted murdrrsrs of Herman Rosen
thal were living ti (Itendt'e, L. I., vhrn
iMagherly aad hla men swoiped dwn
Dalnov pleadod gu'lty this morning
bofor Judge Humphrey In the Querns
County Court, Long Island City, to hav
ing picked the pocket of Louis no, a
wealthy merchant of Arverne. near the
Rockaways, on Decoration Day of a
wallet containing ML Hs wm rs-
maniled to Jail until Monday, when be
will be aentenred.
The tlpater was arrested In this etty
last April and pleaded guilty before
Judge Roaalsky of a simitar crime. At
tha request of Commissioner Dough
erty the pickpocket was given a sus
pended" sentence. When Roaalsky heard
of Dalnov a second arreat th Judge
sent fur the prisoner and sentenced him
to two and a half years In Sing Sing.
When Dslnov Is sentenced on Monday
It will be imposed so that his term be
gins at the conclusion of the sentence
of Judge Rosslsky: therefore be haa a
long stay ahead of him In prison.
PROTECTING THE BIROS.
WABHTNOTON, Jnne M Ragatattona
for th protection of migratory birds
In the United Slate hare just been
completed by the Department of Agri-
culture aad wn beeem sffeotree OoL X
or aa soon thereafter aa President Wil
son approve them. A bill to protect
such birds eras passed March 4.
A closed sasson of almost Ivo years,
until Sept. L MU, bat been established
on certain game Mrda "whloh have
boon hunted beyond the margin of
Along tha routes of Ois Mlmlsstppt.
Ohio and Mbsjouti ttrora, Jaa 1 to
Oat. ft hi closed see ion Breeding and
wintering sons are established.
No migratory game or Insectivorous
birds may be killed anywhere between
unset and sunrise Migratory Insectiv
orous birds. Including the robin, lark,
rued bird and rice birds, already pro
tected m many Btates, may not b
kiUad, except reed and rice bird In
Delaware Maryland, Virginia, South
Carolina and the Dkrbrtet of Columbia
from Sept. 1 to Nov. L
TI Fo-ari fw AH Agti.
Aareea with tha weaieat di-aaiaBe
Kataow, Misiurabaa aad atibW. .
Rich H rnthed aaw MWyPUata
Afakk hack tnpuUnnrwimm
BL, I ni l VkkiWMm
YOU ARE LOOKING OLDER THAN
WHEN I SAW YOU LAST
Have You Ever Had This
Said of You Because of
It Is most embarrmlag to have a Iriead
raasBta, that yea are "Uoaiag older."
Srar aairs am net nmariao. People
an tsfl VWB so. bat tha are savha to
tasnaaaivat: "What a pity 1 la aot old.
easy way of fettLag rid of sray or f i
r ago May Hair Health
quick, abeotutely lure.
who am usin Haw's Rale
It briags back the fine, glossy
brilliant color of yaw hair restores tha
gray hair to their natural color immedi
ately, aad keens taa acaln lea bam
Paoplo volaatarily recommend Hay's
Hair Health. It is not unusual for them
to say: "1 want to tell other about it
It's perfectly aoUarhd " Try it amnaaag
today. You'll bo sarprised how oaiekjy
the gray hairs dlaappsar; how baasBafaliy
dark aad Mossy year haa? whs reaaain
after using it. Druggists sell mom Hay's
air Health thaa aD others cwmmasaho-
cauae their cuatasssm sawla it mmA tb..
kaow that it caa be gaamatrnd aat-
Lord & Taylor
. . . MB. a m
Fumdtd J 836
Tk$ Sfrt Opmu at o A. Af.
Founded 1 826
Special Until Monday, June 30th, Inclusive
Women 's Low & High Shoes
and Outing Purposes
Value $5.00 per pair
For Dress. General Wear and Outing Purposes I
Growing Girls9 Low or High Shoes, $1.50 to $3.45
Value 9.00 to $5.00
Special Week End Sale
Important Requisites Much Below Regular Prices
At Little Cost
Of striped voile with fichu and frills of
white net. Plain voile with embroid
ered front and lace inserts. Middy
blouses all white and wiih blue
red collars and lacings.
Other Pretty Blouses
Batiste, with bands of embroidery and
insertion, turnover collar. Voile, with
vestee. Voile, elaborately trimmed
with ckmy lace. a r
Regularly $2.50 and $) XX) l.&U
Pretty Wool Challies
Made in Fnusce
Pure wool, but so fine as to be light
and cool. Splendid for negligees and
children's dresses. Summer colorings.
Dolly Varden sprigs, floral stripes, soft
Dresden effect, with border. oc
For Women and Misses
Pretty, cool models in batiste. Combined
with embroidery and lace. White
Summer frocks much out of the ordi
nary at slight cost, charming addition
to the vacation wardrobe. CA
Regularly $10.00 4.0U
Much Under Price
Plain silk, figured and striped effects;
smart plaids, fashionable pongees,
feme with borders, Mission and carved
light handles. - p
Regularly $2.50, $2.75 1.00
Cool Linen Suitings
Only five yards required for a smart, cool
suit of this fabric; all the fashionable
colors ; cadet, amber, helio, Copenhagen,
green, leather, oldrose, sky, pink; Uo
black, white and natural no
Regularly 45c yard w
Wo.-n by Smart Women
Chamois lisle, cool as silk, soft as suede;
fits as well as either, most practical;
washed in moment. In white, pongee
or natural. 16-button and wrist length,
with clasp. 0 r
Regularly $1.50, pair ODC
Fine Silk Gloves
That Wear Well
Pure thread silk. The genuine La Sylphe
quality. In black and white, with
double finger tips and Parisian em
broidered effects. OCr
Regularly $125, pair OOC
Cool as a Zephyr
Hundreds in fine net.shadow lace and other
appropriate materials, perfectly cut and
fit properly. For Summer gowns is a
sleeveless, round neck guimpe of net in
ecru or white, with panels of ftPr
shadow lace. Regularly $1.1 5 oC
juora C5 JLuywi
Founded 1 826
Thi Store Opens at 9 A, Af.
Unusual Values in
Misses and Juniors
SMsdmt Lmtt Drtuti
Several attractive models, all trim
med with dainty rosebuds and ribbon
sat aHp Value WM)
On aad Two-Piect Drtttti t qc
Lawn. GiMharnt, Dolly Varden. aatd
tiaaua. in all the popular colon
Valuea tS.OO add $B.50i f, Q$
Travel sr Motor Coatt
of rubberised materials in tan, nary. . tr nn
A Mf lull Wfth aport medal. P5UU
Golf and Sport Coats
Kelly or billiard green, golf red and Scotch tweeds.
Several attractive saadsls.
$6.95 fiS.50 & 18.9S
Value $10.40 to Saa.UQ
Extraordinary Clearance Sale
A Pre -inventory event of greater importance
than any former sale of a similar character.
Mart Thorn $100,000 Wmrtk 9
At Reduced Prices
Clearance Sale of
Today, Friday and Saturday
Every Summer Chair. Rocker, Settee and
Swing in stock will be offered at remarkably low
prices to dose. We mention just a few of the
many excellent values the sale affords.
50 Hong Kong Grots
Chain V Rockers
(One of which we illus
Values to 97.50
A variety of Hong Kong, Willow and
Rattan Pieces, including a few
Swings Values to $10.00
A variety of Chairs, Rockers and
Settees and Swings
Values up to $10.50
MS Rubber Tire Tea Wagons
dull mahurujuy finish
June 26th to 80th Inclusive
AO desirable leathers
$5.00 values .77777
Broadway ft tOth St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St
Splendid Values in
Men 's Summer Underwear
Crossbar nainsook knee drawers, sleeveless shirts
J5C each; J for $1.00
Check nainsook knee drawers, double)
Beats, sleeveless shirts to match . . .each )5VC
Fine plain rarvdras knee drawers, sleeve-
less shirts to match. each JC
White mercerized cotton, sleeveless and
short sleeve shirts, drawers knee length 0C
and ankle length each )
Crossbar union suits, knee length, oc
sleeveless Value $1.50 fc5
I. & R. Morley white gauze cotton un-1
derwear, sleeveless and short sleeve jc
Drawers to match, knee and regular
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
Amarita'a Graatast , .
Fumitur. Hauaa OlOCK
with every dollar paid aa
your purchase who thai
wau buy far cash or en
Triple iWraft Double
with all payments
made on accounts
during tills week.
SSTHOW TO GIT TRIPLE W GREEN STAMPStM
wiuart' rnCmM " Ma TV"""B atasapa all tbis week
erWe wtll atve TMple TT Oreea Tradlaa Stamae all Ibis weak
. Kin" o HuMIbmi serrhaara.
Tea WW SsesH it 3tC Suaws for Ewi Dollar Taa Pas IV
1 saw tak. adeaataae ef this effer na ear aa.
ther aaoT make, aad la a..itl m
DOVBLB etW STAMPS aa all aarmeata aa HMaal. mode eastmar
Tkla aaaUee o ofly eo aaraaeata wbleb are do, bal
w wows res aaay bo akle to asebe darlas
era aa ava
1 Oa Small
! Tb wei
Mad of solid oak.
goldea fioiabi 30
- Cl AAA
Sowing Rocker Grrrtiyillrj
Tkolrenj. cam- IVnfWW
Ibbrecbsris mOt. II
si Has reed. Hst MltVMIA
a eswr sVeir- iS t
$S to $1,000
f F 1 11 m ..
s a: capsjciauy invited
tdw IMFilH I'Ant -a 11
sderfej sHa aad areddt terms la thaa .hxi..
a. ,aiy Qf alar, lech J8ti bt IHI Stmt aa Ilk Avsaae. 1
ao dmai dm
2-inch poalsi eatra large
easaai two aaowy kUara. with
Urge rod aada aad Urge husks
in bap raftii all siaes; bright
New dealgai bearr roatlaooaa
K Ml bead a-TI, 'laehee' "bljk"
71 aaaa aad fooliVa
" I ' ' wall.
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
A WORLD "WANT" WILL GO AND GET IT.
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
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