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Pkiee Drop Bringt
Iii<! (?nin in Hiivin?
Of Rail Eqnipmenl
In Fin Half of 1922
Roa?I- ...?nullt an. I 72
Freight (4ir<*. t.otnpur<*<l
With 2:t.:tw>ii. \iiof 21
CH!< July 22 (By T
A marked drop from
the railroad equipment priori of the,
last two year? c?u?e<l ? ?udJen jump
In th* purchase of pe??en?;er and
freight rar? and l?v
th? f.*?? ' '? thin m acr
to r* Railway
Age'' t -lay.
lr ? x month? <?'
railr???!? of th? country purchased
and 1,212 pa
Ir. ? the fir?t three week?
?ere place?! for 111
locon * ? jrht cara and 11
.' he Railway Age" aay?,
' i? that v.'...? the car and locomotive
buying this year ha? ???actly
gone on during a period ?hen there
? ?? a car aurplu? and when there
?i re a '??? | I car?
ing ? * I ? m? to
from tl ? n'r? ?trike.
Pre?. I ? *d de
rule?! apparent!-. ?
Ing a real atti
tider If I a?, a whole
other than the fact that we ?hould
In the ?ummer month?, there i? noth?
ing a' cad one to
believe that the equipment butine*?
w??! do el?e than continue in ?food
Belgian Sled Output
Again Turn* Upward
Prniliiction H'-.irl?.??*??. M P?t
( ?*nt Owr Januarv and
\. lu m ? ??*, Flgnref
Advance figure? of Reiginn iron and
for May, a? transmit?
ted t<> the I'tpartment of Commerce by
A*-' ? .? ? * mmerriul AttM
}'? leli, ?how ni(j Iron produr'
h?\? r . larch level after a
'. reaching about
January a: .
ruary t-gv.rrs '
wa? ! ? ?. Raw ?teel, with a
May ; IIMIO ton?,
hew? a marked Improvemer ?
monthly output dur?
?nit to French competition
rougi* g production de
? -.?0 tona, this fig?
ure i ? *f the
. advanced i*
an increa?? of 10 per
The finished iron out?
put : ' n?, an ad
van?, illy 75 per cent over
the April figures.
n for M
??lightly ?uperior to April, but not
attaining the maximum reached in
Shoot! W l?e and Himself
After Long Separation
Meeting it Home ??f Dun-zlitrr
Rendtl in (?narr?**! That
Mix I -.-I TWO I ?\? -
????en year? old. of
17 Bal If t., and hi?
aeparat?-?) for two arid a half y<ar?.
*ilav morning at the
iirried daughter. Mr?.
:h, at 37fl Fairmount
Aver rtrreled all day. At
Wntts ?hot hi? wife twice in the
head and then ?hot himself twice also
were in Newark
th in a critical condi
The police ?ay that Mr?. Watt? w?g
? *>ut a year ago charged with
?onduct and tha?
?ral years ago wa? in the Earn County
Insane Asylum at Uvi-rhrook, N. J.
Fnnck. \\ i.iior. Coming to l . S,
PARIS, .luly 22 Doraty Icn? Fonck,
Franc?*'? iainou? wartime aviator, ha?
been asked by the government to ac
c? ?t h i* || * ? ? 1 States to
firom* interest?, it was
earn* ick expect?
to tail in September and" arrive in
Washington in time for the opening
of the aeronautic conference.
THE 1 EONORJ
Ma?li?cii Ave. anil '
t*t*Xt for the ?ummermon'.hs
' N ?uite?
newly furnished a?
One room an?! kv
room? and three bath?.
Th* '',,"?, ' n *\ice?m?
. . -
L? March? Sur |?|
. J'*r Qui'
'?"K'M II BOOB ?lion
?561 MADISON AVENUE_
The Kensico Cemetery
America ? Ilurinl Park?
Office 10,'i Park Awnuc
Telephon** Murray Hfl 1 t<B2
f''? \l:til ':- W \\7 !
? *TK -n for j
M ' ?of rcHued child
??artn? *-?y. f
Films Will liooml. S.
At Brazil Fxjrosition
? the Hrnr.ilian expo?
sition ' March
.I will hohold the l'nit?*,i
?-.urn of the mo?
tion picture, and not merely by
m??an< rk OS
I Santa Fc, \. M.,
? npral from tho
? * tho oxpoeMoo,
?ho sailo-d yesterday v.:.'h Mr?.
and their daughter Clytie
on bo.i ithcrn Cro.?*?, of
thf V?unson Line.
Colonel Collier is W. A.
MacCarton, motion picture ex?
ilio will take charge of the
film exhibit? which will be a prin?
cipal feature of the American
Mystery Shroud* Death
Of American in London
Official?? Investigate (.aae of
|?MM Merchant: Belie** e
He Wm l*oi?one?l
From The T'lhunr'* Furopran Hurt.?
1V??. New York Trlt.un?
Cyanide or am- ?
: moma poisoning now i? named MJ
possible cau?e of the death of David j
Douglas Thompson, of Dalla?, Tex., In
a : rulon hotel Thursday night
plexy was at first l<> have
'lie cause, but the fact that there i
wa? no money found in kit room ha?
! led to an invest . h coroner'?
' inquest, which will he held Tuesday.
Thon>f)?on, who wa? about ?ixty year?
' old. arrived in I-ondon about a
Hgo wi'.h banker?' referenr*
?ig he was wealthy. He ha*!
for most European and A?iatic
son, of Dalla?, receivrd Infotl
?lay of the death in Londor.
uncle, David D, Thompson, pioneer
merchant of Dallas.
Mr. Thomp?on wo? horn in Harris
burg, Kv.. March 3, 1H62. and bod
a resident of Dallas for many year?.
He ?us traveling for plea?ur?j at the
time of hi? death. He retired fifteen
? al will be In London. A nephew
and niece in Dnlla? survive him.
Bh Killed. Several Hurt
In Head-On Train Crash
IPIELD, Mo? July U
ns were killed and several in?
jured to-day when a St. Louis k San
Francisco pa Menget train, N?
j known as the Texas Special. *
? known ai r, in a
head on collision at Logan, Mo., about
twenty-five mile? from Springfield.
The wreck was due I * mis?
construction of orders and fail
observe signal? by Engineer Ring, the
road'? general office? at St. Ix>uis an?
nounced. Ring wa? killed.
Prcsiilcnt-Klect of Argentina
I .eaves London for Peril
ous days as guest of '
Argentina left for Paris to-day on his
?o Spain. Seller da Aleear re
. a warm welcome everywhere in
England and his visit furnish?*.
an for recalling England's friend?
ship and assistance during th?- *
days of the Argentine Republic, as well
as calling attention to the present
financial and commercial relationship
between the two counti
(?hildrrn'- NOM 11 rid
After Death of Infan
Vnr\ 1 nil-? ? luirRnl W itli M*_lfl
t:iinin?_ l*l**_rt***f ' V* '?li?
MIm Nary ? afta, : fti thr< ?
old. ? practical nur??-.
Strt4?t, vu taking rar?? nf fi
in h? r
Krid.? v.or thr.r
xy and pirn
vu?- H -ho wa? htrp?ir<| en i
rharfo of ' . with
out a por
Thr MM *?hr> <|io.l w .
?torn, four monthi old. lie hn
! ho phynrian wh?
him ropor'?"'i tni ra?r t.> thi
An invent ?cation wai
? run? hyMerioa'
?m placc-d undor arrcM. She k*i<:
? ho had com?? from
contly and did :
aary to have a porm;1
. from tlic nurnory aro \\
? r, ?ix werk, old, ?.f
clair, two and a half month? ? '
Huerta Saya Obregon
\\ ill ?Ratify (kgreementi
varo Obrofon of Mexico will rat ?
? with N>4?
rival hen k and
oncoK with President1
mont-? a? t.? futui
ican oil nu.
prese? ? ?? per.onal!
rartmont of Common
f.dont thoy oho would bo appr?''
-? x - ?
Auction?-.t*m Wife Sin-*.
A-.ki.iu lib? ral \limoiiy
Mr?. V ?m Brtal ?_M*_rfl I In?'
Mn-liMiil i ?ami "*7.">.<MM)
I ?> I
? >w rail?-'! upor:
f in a ?eparation suit whK I
r ami Via? a to
? : ipge.
Heated Ihn- I I
lOfilli Iiil;mtr\ Brcik
IV. k-Uill (amp To-dav
I? __ i llieri t lll-4|i(l t( (I l'\ < ?>l.
\\ i 11 ?-i tu \. Tivlor. Il? 0\rr
t??t ( oiimi.iml? r
" Infantry breaks camp in
Poekskill ti?d.-iy. and will dis mist from
the regimental armory in Brooklyn lato
this .< parade and an
in.pe ? . \ Tay
?ho regiment on
n tiro alan
between the lOfith and the 7*lst Regi?
triflirv who ru*h
to an'Wer to the fire call were abls
,rn to the contest without :
ing a single punch?
RM POOI^OOMR AR
vport Shoe* for Stout Women
LANE BRYANT'S AD Al TO
offer new poMtbilitiei (or the stout
woman. Thev enable her to he com?
fortable, active and ?port
It i? no longer r ?COM**? for tl ?
?tout woman to stick to the ?amr
style of comfortable hut ungainh
She i .in wmnt ADAPTO s/ioe*
and he comfortable a? well a* ?!
5/iea 2 to II, widths. AAA to EEf.
10 to 15 dollars
16 \V.'39* St.~71\\'3otb St
Under the direction of
DR. BYiH !>LER
our service provide? a
Foot Speci?litt to person?
ally super?//?? vnxtr fittin !.
HE NF.F.D of a dining or bedroom suite arises but sel?
dom, but the need of an Oriental Riy* in present always.
If you need furniture now, yon are, In iky.
Iha discounts make purchasing very attractive and
the Oriental Hi:,." wMch are included In tb? sa!?
_?'.i?*ht ycu with their great beauty and astound you
with their small prk?.
'Ttygs, too? in the Summer Sale of
Flint. Fine Furniture
Some marvellous Eastern Rugs
are being sold at great discounts
EACH RUG in the Flint & Homer Collection of Oriental
Rugs is chosen carefully for its value as well as its beauty.
The following examples are notable?but no more so than any
one of twenty groups that might have been picked to show
specifically the unusual values in rugs that are being offered
in the Summer Sale of Flint's Fine Furniture.
Four Examples of Typical Values
True gems of eastern weaving are
the Beluchistan rugs now fea?
tured at our Summer Sale. Some
of them average 5x3 feet, their price,
formerly $37.00. is now $24.75.
Those who love beautiful rugs will
be delighted with the richness of our
Chinese carpets. Carpets averaging
10x8feet, formerly costing $298.00,
may now be had for $196.00.
Our collection includes a number of
excellent Moussol rugs, which av?r?
?t;?" 51 _ x 3V_ feet. Formerly priced
at $49.00, they have been reduced
for the period of the sale to $32.50.
The very spirit of the Orient is re?
flected in our heavy Sarouk mats.
Mats whose average size is 2*.>:l-'t
feet, regularly priced at $36.00, are
now offered fur $24.00.
And in furniture too, everything from a single chair to a dining
room suite may now be had at discounts
FLINT ft HORNER CO
20-26 WEST 36TH STP:
A few yare"-, f-orn Fifth Avenue
> I? ? I .
I'll?.OKI > N MIVK.RTISEMFNT
?TA/?/? V?f^/L/ Livin**>n St
Please Notice: Store Hours now 9 to 5 Closed all day Saturdays
Fine Quality Sheets
In Extra Large Sizes
Velue $2.25, at $1.89
Value $2.59, at $2.1.S
r|"\ i rTs ?re i.
sheeting, and have hand
?lrawti hem?titeh.?d hem?.
? of ?trong lintn An iah
I value, at
I'lHu? < MMO. 11 I mrhe?,
made of a ?tandard gl
lin. Hemstitched and ?it
edge; Tf.c. valu**, kl
l'nhlearhed Mu?lln. A |
M inche? will?-, lie
value, at 10'^r
29c. White Dotted Swiii
Special at 19c
? in many differ?
? immer frfx-k?, -
Plain \ olle?. Plain wl
' value, ?
W NOTICE that a hank doesn't advertise a
new line Of nickels, a fit
Quarters or the lateal model i In ?ve-do
lulls. It puts integrity before all Other I
\\V have the same point about this
btltinOM also. (
I ,H*ser merchandise may ho taken f^r vTi
It is dictated bj style and governed by ?eeeoo.end
no monopoly ol either IDOdell Of rna
;i!s. . .
Integrity, heing a purely per
iffects both tin quality and th and le
,\v\; i,* important than home pun , her?
ring! '1 hairlin
We an- marking the ,m*
,-, marking down prices on good merchandise
ich low levels as to make ? day In th
ire and profit
Pure Siii'ixedo Sweaters
Special at $14.95
' '*i su
?< 4 ?in
Itlark. Uhite. I'ink OrtWli, r^.
flower, i.r.en. Na? Klee, Bsff.f,.
Sweateri Reduced in Price
$8.75 for $11.75 to $15
An aeso ? , ..^
? are ?,
Black, rial P*a< *fc ru? u
Women's $7.50 Black Calfskin
MOTHER hn< >n of women's summ?
thai will And appreciation with
women who are about to -start away on vacation
. calfskin with shield Freight
lyear welted i
her, round toe model, in an incomplete tang? of i
$8.50 Tan Oxfords for $5.35
I ? UgM ahnde ? ?
Flexible, writ"?! and leloi Medium
In an incontp
A Manufacturer's Clenrance of
Sun-Rain Umbrellas in Great Sale
$3.98 and $4.98 for $5 to $10 Values
I^HE BALANCE o? i well-known manufa
ry low pri
It is an Umbrella opportunity noi to be duplicated this
The con - all silk taiTetai with regular tape
edge, narrow satin border, with faille border or wide
. border. The tramos an i ible,
iring ? wide spread and full protection from rain or
sun. Bakelite tips and ferrules in white or amber. A
irnet, \ '*' own, Black
i lilac!; With Wh
$1.10 White Ramie Dress Linen, 59c
1,600 Yards Thirty-six Inches Wide
WHITE LINENS are unaurpaeeed for ?summer
frocks, and here is opportunity for unusual in
:in imp *
Ther?? are sixteen hundred yard?, all in the muer, wanted
In a similar n'T a-.'o the quantity went in
35c. and 39c. Turkish Towels, 25c
I-arpe size Turki?!? vtd?.
50c. Linen Huck Towels, 39c
All linen Huck Tow? Is with hluo nr.d r??l bord?n* also all
Blue Bird Lunch Sets
I^HI -nphasi/.e th.- fact that
this il a good time to reinforce summer home
(lue Bird Seta are ideal for rammer ho
6 cupi 0r f, I>jnn??r Plates
? read and : *.*es ,?ra
I Meat Dish x 1 Open VofOl .
O? good quality poiv.lam. $3.0.") set.
$2.98 Iced Tea Sets, $1.98
Lena hand cut Uu PttdMI and six fall Ice
(?laaaes in an attractive cutting.
19c. Cut Water Glasses, 9c
?and eilt glassware in pretty
$i.9,s Light ipe Juice Seta, $1.41.
Jan and 25c?
$1.98 Cut Water Setf, 7 pj *-l.r>.
Hand Decorated China Cope and Saucers, 29c.
Wrought Iron Bridge Lampa
and Shades Complete for $3.95
The Lamp valu? ,r wrought
iron, ?ome with the brass tip finish; ?lychromo and
others in all bla?k. Complete with a furty watt tungaton l.viip,
?'*rd plug and k?
Now a Sweep-Away of Hot
Weather Suits at $10.50
SOMETHING every man should ? ? |hl really
^ ? ool ?Suit that can b '? d thii
*?*-'. provides 1 Im op
Hundreds f.f Suits are in the ? Hi I haiiatai
other popular kin*!- Mavs. Mark, ttC?, plain and Griped.
f them hi I even
at the top pi ? apparently a] -thaa?
ragt, for we t I them in un] n nbm
during th w weeks.
D n't iudgi them by their dean-up price. Remen
. are all regular stock 1/ Thit
much as men will WU1 " '
$10.50?While the Lot Last?
$1.39 Long Silk Gloves, 98c
BV REASON of a new shipment ? il ?i?
rangea in this moat remarkabh ? . alue.
button length Tri II white
and black with aelf backa and doubl? I ? fiageia
$1.75 Long Silk Gloves for $1.29
Sixteen-butt >n length Milan? I "'hit?
black with ?-? If ha<'ks and do i; d iinjrers.
$2 Checked Louisine Silks
$1.38 a Yard
645 Wash Dresses
50 Charming Styles
$7.50 $9.50 $11.50
Frocks That Usually Sell at $13.75 to $19.75
THE BETTER TYPE o? Procka that aro suitable for
afternoon wear and some dr. igh for garden
frocks. Del: | ,0j ;tIU| youthful.
Imported Voilea Norman?dy Voile?
Dotted Swisses Linens, Gingham?
English Print? Shadow Voile?
Colon m th.- lot include white, orchid, maize, peach,
coral, navy, copen, Mesh, hlack-and-white, r.av;-and-whit?,
navy and-r. ?i, and the trimmings range from hits of hand?
work, hemstitching lacee, embroidery through all the
changes of scallops and ??thcr novelties.
Mi-sse-V sizes U to 18 vears, women's sizes 34 to ?4th
but not every size in every mode.
? ??vi Floor.
Clearaway of 300 Wash Dresses at $2.50
Ginghem and Voile? in Broken Size Range
Ma', ? olor combination. If your ?il?
mate, foi these Frock? have been muc?
:">'h'"r "! I" '' ? Thoroughly well-made an?! vor! bargains, ?uch ?
y?-u i ?
I? f.? !