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TV' THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JUNE ltll. i nasar," SOCIETY PEOPLE RA SE FUND FOR A NEW HOSPITAL r.tcams Will Work by Clock to Secure $100,000 for Flushing Institution. OFFICER 666 .4 Fat Moving New York Story ""'T By Barton W. Currie iPSj 5MBN AND WOMEN VIE. 'Present Structure, Obsolete and Unsanitary, Always f) Overcrowded. (Oopnui.t. wis. t ii. k, n o.t RYNOI'sM OP WIKVKIUNM CIIAITKM. Trittti Ulnlirin, an rrrrntrlr joiuil N.w Voile ml)lloolt. eonir. h'im .oueuy frutn Kmpt. w lalL la l'r al alll ttltti ll.l.a Iiuito. l Wnlnn tltl. ll.l.n irinflli In hr nnuln hull. Out l Ii twl.a'.rl, ifiid to "Trnm clU.I. win." hi.. nj Haiti, tall l Oli,1ln limn., liett Truer. fclt frlni1 WhitBfy iun ( uu..luw-!- luiuitt IstattuUm lur lb sUl. llrl.n ilM not rminlu Tr.i.rt. II. iW. not mill known Mt l.lnilllj In htr. II. ,nnt .r. ad. til (Im io.I tlif apunwil Tiat'N HU.I.In r In lion tliat tm tnlns an.l ara folnf to take . . I .'... 4 1 - at., all.ialn art la..aiira 'riii.ri I hn realise) an ImraMffi haVJ tail's VtUtner for Trains, aha 1mjoda lo snow l,r. ),, haa I.WIm Helen. jailiU UUilO IID Tfan Bimi.IlM T,. mihvi II ocittr man ul woman who live In rlllssres along the north shore of Long Island win start a. house-to-house cam resign on Wednerday morning, June (, o raise 1100,000 to erect a new hospital feirlislng in Flushing. Between TOO and workers have been organised Into of ten men and women, and It It I half duty to visit the 60,000 men and woeaen who live within the territory covered by tho hoepttal. Mrie clocks wlH'b placed In varloue towni, and eicK day they will tell the amount at money ralieil. 0rnce II. Iowtt, Treaiiurrr of the Dtaii Savlni Bank, will have oliarae of the youner bulnrM men'a team, aa Wed hy Marlon J. Verdery. former rrasldent of the Houthern Boclety nml woqn ciarae, a Manhattan broVcr. HIM Caroline WUIIa and Sire. Everltt TToodruff, two prominent noclety women, will have chirre of the various wocnen't teami. Jamea A. Ilcnwlck, rreMent of th. ain .iau vcrirainurAi Rn i. ' i.i,i.i V"111' n aencral Campalfn llvlnK-tho iicaatr Committee, aeorirp W. roplf, Pre. "Hut won't jnu unrteretand," tnitated JfHt of the FlUBhlna; Ilualnpse ttfen'e HarnoH. "Ho'e trylnic to aivo her, prl- Aftootatlon. la Firm Vlee.l'roaldent: ! vntoly." .,. Dr.. Johnaton Maclod. Second Vlce Now',.wt T5V m Ih. PTeldent; William II. Hpr.cue. BecreJ , "ur,"n "E'h. lli. ravl .-A rm. hnd aitiddenly rrnlled ho waa a raMna; i'T..,,,., ' U,e! maniac. And by way of JuMlfyln. her 22V l,,Tr',urfr- I look Jio attimbled on blindly: pn Tuaaday evening a bl banquet will ..t .jnn't know-you aee. 1f thla way. (M heM at the riuahlna: Theatre, where 1 rjlndwln and I only found It out thla too rarioui convmltteea will meet to 1 afternoon nullo by accident. And we make final plana for the campaign. I decided to aivn bar." Atnonc the trueataMo mcka aiMreatet "That'a cuouKh Hop!" cried lira, nur avra Mayor Wnilnm (Jayjior. former I ton. "You're lalklns all thla nonaenae Comptroller lltrman Metx t .d Job J'!lltn ut- ""t J won't atay a minute Itfadaraa I l'nccr. Come, Sad'e. we will so to the ITu.htW la badly In need of a new Pol'!. "J""0"' '', "V" rMt Unt" 1 W.ll.1 ..,ll.ll.. TV. . f... ii'i'"tl J" ivwyitai aiMaivaiaaitja aim iivvriii chiiv CHAPTER XXIV. (CoaUtmad.) Auntie Take the Trail. VT what have you oen watching forr Mra. Uurton brtlled. "For houra" What?" "I mean for youro-ond Mlas Brtl aaAe. and now If you'll wtt here and watch with me" 'Wow I ii If all." torraed Mm. nurton, hakln her hnd at Darnee wrathtully. "You want to Veep u here. IWen and that acoundreJ have cone and you want to prevent our fol lowing" them." "No. auntie, he' trying- to help ua," aobbed Addle. "Ha'a lying to you. cbild,1' aald Mra. nurton, hootln; vindictive Rlancea at Iltrnea. "Don't you know Jie'a a friend of that wretoh OUvdwlnT Hut they can't hoodwink me. I know m'tial to do now! Helen la not of ago I'll awear out a warrant-J'll have Mm arreated for ab duction, a Btate prlaon ofTonae." "Ho, no, no," ImpJored Hamea. In real alarm, "you muit not do that That will make the Whole thing public, and tbnt Ii Juet what dadwtn la trylmt to nvold." "Don't you euppoae T Know that, aneared itra. nurton. "Ile'a probably a He may nave n, aoien m intcture on Foreet avenue la rratrlcted Vy Che Btate lnw to IHty-one patlcnti, and tt t put In the recond olaaa ilmplr oaoae of rho obsolete, antiquated and tmaanltarj' bullilltik'. The propoaed new bulldlnir will take er of 100 patlrnta and will be con atructed In occordanco with the latent and beat hoapltal practice. The pait winter the hoapltal haa rarely had aa few a tho Mfty-one patlenta nl lowea by the Htate UoaM of Health. It new haa alaty patients and liai tiouiel a' many aa aeventy-one. In one 1ny tight were denied udmlaalon. Th Fluthlng lloipltnl waa atartcA In 1114, and alnce that time It liaa de aaanded upon voluntary aubtcrlpttor.a. And with unother dnojarer glance at narnea nhe awept her niece and heraelf out nf the room nnd out of the houao to tho waiting automobile, llamt-a gripped ltla fnrehead In both handa to Heady Ma reeling brain. "lan't that Juat like a woman," he compltlned. "After explaining explicitly ahe'a Rolng to have mm arreated. nut, by Jovol I muat rind Travera and warn htm thut the police are on hie track." Belling lila hat and atlck he ruihed out Into the tilKlit. Juat tn time to aee Mra. Ilurtfin'a or rnther .labex Ilogg'e big car rllde away from the curb and ahoot down the avenue like a vaet projectile. CARDINAL HEADS MISSION. aIUrrlaagfe I.eavra To-Day for Fa an on a 3onnt l.orrtlo. Cardinal Farley headed ft pilgrimage tkat left the city thla morning for, Mount Loretto. Btaten Inland, tl.-o coun try home and tradea achoola of the famoua Mltalon of the Immaculate Virgin, founded by Father Drumgoola In CHAPTER XXV. Phelan Meets His Uniform Again. II017T the time the Gladwin mnnilon won ringing with the ehrlll ataccato outburata of Mra. Klvlm Ilurton, the own er of that luxurloua dwelling t.-aj loantni; aninat the Central I'ark wnll a fow Mocka away engaged In earn eat conversation with a email boy, "You ouxht to ! In bed," the young man waa raying, aevorely, looking down nt the lad and not'.nij how thinly he waa I L.TagfMI 1 ltTL The Cardinal la l'realdent of tlin Mtaalen Hoard, and It la one of Jila clad and yet how little he appeared to favorite activities. I autfer from tho allnj of tho chill night There were ecveral hundred tn the I party, Including city ofllclali, charitable I waa watolilmt them over the park wall when May came alone. I eant them all, and the bone, home In a taxlcab." "In a which?" ejaculated the boy, while lita eyea popped, "In a toxl." aald Gladwin lightly. "Aw, ay," and the little chap'a Jaw fell, "now I know you're Wddln', Where'd May git the price of a taxi, an" "Oh, I arranged all that." the unl formed myatery explained reaewurtncly. "and If you'd like I'll call one for you. You look pretty tired. I gueaa you've walked a good many mllm on the trail of Mike." Tho youngtter tried to apeak, but could not. The very thought of a ride In a taxlcab froxe hla brain. Gladwin took htm by tho hand and led htm to the curb. "Now, would you prefer a yellow or a red one?" h aeked. "There'e all litnda going by." "Yaller." cried the boy. "I Ilkea them beat." They had only a moment to wait, when one of the myatlc yellow hue crtilacd round a corner and came to ward them. Gladwin hailed It and the chauffeur eiopped r.ith a wondering look at the pair. Gladwin had a bill ready In Ma hand and paased It up to tho chauffour. "Take thla loy over to No. 237 Eaat Eightieth atreet," commanded Oladwln, "and whatever you've got left out of the tenapot oliovo what the meter regie ten, eyllt the changa with the boy. And na for you eon, patting tho urchin on the head, you keep your rye peeled on the meter." "Oee! Will IT" reaponded the boy, and as Gladwin opened the door he hopped In nnd took up a perch where ho could beat obaen'n the fascinating operation of the reglater. The chauffeur, a bullet-headed, oroei eyed Individual, equlntcd at the bill half a dozen times before he atowed It away in hla pocket and eet the meter. Then lie made a awlft, ncrcn' acrutlny of Travera Glndwln'a face, ehook hla head, wallow id a mouthful of oaths, threw In the clutch and .npurted diagonally for the cross atreet. Aa he vanlahwd. the uniformed simili tude nf Officer nfd consulted his watch, made out that It waa almost 10.30 and strode rapidly In the direction of hla homo. He wore a smile that was fairly refulgent. "Wouldn't have missed this night patrol for a hundred thousand," he sold inwardly "and they aay that the llfo of a patrolman la a monotonoua drudgery." Arriving at the stoop of his home he reconnottered the avenue In both direc tion" and then looked up at the black wlndowa of the hou?e. A sudden lull had come upon tho neighborhood and theio aeomed not n soul stirring, llu rped lightly up tho stoop and let him ielf In. He wan aunptiard to nnd the llghta burnlnn brilliantly In the draw Inc-room and no sUzn of Darnee. Th heavy curtains, he saw, were carefully nrranKed to prevent the mereirt ray of llxht trnm showing outside. Ho took tho further precaution, however, nf turning off all but tho alnRlo globe In one lamp. lie speculated on the disappearance of names until he heard a stealthy atep approaching through the corridor that led to the Kitchen. Without noise ho glided to the window nnd concealed himself behind the curtains. Ho had scarcely hidden himself when the hinged panel that answered for n door opened slowly and the countenance workers, prtepts and laymen. A special train met the 11 o'clock boat tit tit. -Oaorge and conveyrd the pilgrims tn the Mount, where the mission's band welcomed them. The Hew M. J. Fltx . patr)ck. rector of tho mission, and sev eral of the directors escorted the Car dtaftl to tho Battery. After excrclacs In the Mount's chapel, the Cardinal will make a for nssal Inspection of tho various schools agt homes, ilesldes the trades schools for boys there la a separate home for girls, where they are taunht usotul .if MIMmn! Phfflnn timt illilnf lt'f Intn I tho room. Tho I'hclan shoulders and Ked nuttln'," responded the boy, embonpoint. at!ll In neglkee, followed. curtly. "I'm lookln' fer me dog. Did Taking n cautlmu atep forward he yea seen him go by he a a t'orouirhtired uttered b.-hlnd his hand: an' lost one Mir battlln with o. bull." I "rati 1'att llcy. youso there!" "Oh, so you're her brother, then," Thuro waa mi nti3wer, and Phelan lauRhed Gladwin. I worked hla hrnd round like a wary flhe miit have took tht Slim Jim awy with her. MitnhU Mush.t! If they nhfiuld call tho pollre. Uad ces. lo that feller iin' lit i live hunilre.l dollar bill. Miirthrrt Murtherl I'm done fer!" Trnvrrs Olaihsln had stepped out of tho folds of thi. curtain. "Hey. there!" he blurtej. "What are yoiifo up tn'" "llowly r'nlnt Patrick! I'm gone now, sure!" i;rojned PheUn, and trembled where he stood. "Come, romc, 0(Ter tM." tauched Gladwin, 'I'm only your ghift." Phelan exhaled a tremendous slsh of relief. Tho Ixrd be praised If It ain't ye!" he exclaimed. delUhtcdly." tint where did yo get that disguise:" "At a hair store Madam Flynn's on Avenue A do you like It?" laughed tho young man. "I didn't want any of my friends or neighbors to rocogntzo me, you knoa." "Hut fer the love o' heaven where have ycx been all fhe time?" asked Phelan, sinking Into a chair nnd breath lng hard. "Patrolling my beat I mean your beat," returned tho younit man, "and keeping my eye out for my friend the burglar. Oh, I've had quite a party. When I got huncry I tmt to the Vlnrn for lunch and sat on the park wall and ate It. And, by the way, I saw a friend of mine coming along In an automobllo and I arrested him for speeding." "What!" Thclan exploded, Jumping to hla feet and turning white aa his boiled hlrt. "Yea. nabbed him for breaking the peed limit," Oladwln nodded, leaning back against a table and lighting a cigarette. "Fer, fer, for breakin' the speed limit; fer, fei yex mode an arrest?" "Rxactlyt He was going so alow he deserved to be arrested, and what's more, he waa making love to a pretty girl without shame. I got In and told him to drive me to the station." Phelan threw up his hands with a groan. "An" did yea take him to the ela tion?" "How could ir chuckled Oladwln. "I didn't know where It was-that Is, your station so I told him most any would do. We rodo about a bit and as h didn't seem anxious to be locked up, I compromised for fifty dollars. It was really quite simple, Phelan, and If I'd only had more time I might have got back that five hundred," "You've lost me me Job that'a what you've donet" moaned Phelan, while his brain reeled with pictures of police headquarters, trial rooma and ruthless commissioners. "Come, give mo me uniform," he cried, with a sudden ac cession otf passion. "What'a that?" asked the young man, quickly, his grin vanishing. "Mo uniform!" rasped Phelan. with a rush toward the young man. "Give me me uniform an' let me git out of here." Oladwln dodged around the table, pro testing: "No, no not yet. The burglar that Is, my friend will be hero nny moment." "Your friend?" Phelan stopped, again a prey to bewilderment. "Yes, yes I explained nil that before. The one I'm playing the Joke on. You don't suppose I'm going to take It off now, do you?" "Yea can bet your life yox are," roared Phelan, with another savage rush round th table. "I've had enouch of this, an' too muchl" "Now, Just a minute," pleaded Glad win. "I aaaure you everything la all right, and I'm not going to leave tho house again. If anything happens to you ncej your uniform I'll be right here Where you can get It. I'm not going to leave the house. Teal me where s Darnes?" Who?" aald Phelan, more calmly, and pausing In hla pursuit. "My friend the one I left here." "I dunno there was a ring at the bell here a while ago and tn 'come a wttd woman and" "Great Scott! I hope my friend wasn't cared oft! If that feltow was to meet her bere at 10.20 why, it's after that now!" "Here! Phelan, quick help me put these covers on tho chairs nnd things. Over there In the comer, back of the cheat. He mustn't know that anybody's been here. Hurry, man: hurry! wo haven't a eecond to spar." Phelan submitted to the breathless commands ns If he wero hypnotized, purring and blowing like n porpolre a.? he struggled to slln the linen covers over tho chairs. Oladwln worked nt ton speed too: and Just as he waa cov ering tho ireat chest he gave a start and held up his hand. Shi" ho wlilsperea. "There's a motor stopping outside. Tou go down Into -the kitchen and be ready to come Who'e l-ruddcr?" asked tho boy, sua- i wraxel. muttering: plclouxly. "Who was that woman. "Mary's." said Oladwln. "or I should . say the brother of Miss May Honny." "Hully gee!" ojaculated the boy. "Old i dat kid skin out too after mu an' the old man tellln' her to stay In bed an' i shut up her beilortn?" i "Yes," said Gladwin, "and the young 1 ta.1i ttHttt mv jilil fntinlt thli V.tlll.-lhlft ' animal you are eeirohtng for a black wonder? nracttcal Industries. Sneclal enro Is taken of clarses for blind children, I Cot with a wftito spot over the right ,' of whome thoro aro several hundred at ' ' and no (all." the Mount. The rural act v t ri of tho i "iiiuiy ecei - cnea wo coy, wimin i mission are condurtc.1 on a tract of 200 acres overlooking Prtncesn Hay. KEPT MARRIAGE HIDDEN ONE AND A HALF YEARS. Hie Chapmans' Secrecy and Reason for Announcing Bridal Now Are Puzzling Friends. CHarUlK-DKUVtS' AVN1 M. HEON'.tN ta lUW.Mtl) O. CIIAI'MAN. In JentT Cl'.r, Not. J3, 1010. mt!i cf llnAlfS. The above marrlago notice, printed !n a Brooklyn newspaper yesterday, caused considerable diecunal-n In the lledford section. What prompted the Insertion one and a half ycara after the time of th ceremony and why there had been delay In making the announcement wars puxxles to friends of tho couple, , Neither Mr. nor Mrs. Chapman was found when an explanation waa sought. Ht brother, Llvln&iton, a member ot tile Invincible Club and known well aa a chjlr singer, profesroj to he entirely . In the dark about u reason for tho de ly. Chapmnn'H mothnr died last De UDtnber and she learned ot the marriage a few days Wore her death. Mr. ami Mrs, Ed war J C. Chapman are out of loivn, It Is raid. AsUo Bre.ika l'rdralrlna'a Nose, aud Ills r.rtti Too. As he was cresting' Amsterdam ave- ,aue at Ninc.y-clchih street yesterday arternoon Kdward Gorman of No. lei West Ninsty-elglith slreot was struck and knocked down by an automobile. Hla right leg and his nose were broken. THe automobile was owned by Millard Garwood of No. IE) West Nlnety-slxth Meet, and wag driven by Herman C. Wright of No. 151 West Nlnoly-ilxth Vest. Tli chauffeur hurrlf XJorman rally. "Bhe found htm. eh? Well, who'd a-t'ouirht 1t, an' me lookln' fer him tree hours. Where did sho find blm, officer? Ills name's Mike named aftor me old man's boas what bites nails." "Wo found him In the patk In com pany with a disreputable friend," eild Oladwln. "A yaller mut?" asked h boy, with a contemptuous emphasis on the MUT "Cat's the Janitor' dog an' he's nottltv but a tramp. I wlsht h'ed fall In de river an' get ot by a rntflsh." "I wouldn't wlch him all that hard luck,' laughed Gladwin, "for he had a RIP will keep your ikln ia "tlvt pink of condition' clew, aotl alwavi heallliv. Does mote thaa oth.-r icept brcsute k contsiat roiiim, the hcaUng remedy, ruse, MaUilal, aBttuptxdehgtitniL Urx cala, pries 25 cents AT ALL DRUCC.ISTS fttfnt aawSfa. mrttt It lfr tty i.tHittrui, n ir, im si Ntm ftri Cllt. up If you hear nio whls'.le." "Hut yo'll promise yex won't leave the hniie with them clothes," gasped Phelan. "No, no certainly not. He quick now-I'll switch off this light nnd stop nut on the balcony. Closo that door tlcht after you and bo sure you swMch out the lights In the hack hall." Oladwln only waited for the disap pearance of Phelan and the soft closing nf the door when he plunge. the room Into darltnes;. Ho could hr th Hlek (if a key In the front door lock ns ho Kroped his way lo the window curtains nnd pressed luck Into the seml-clrcutar recess that led out onto a window bal cony. As he did so he unlatched the heavily grilled balcony window, drew out his penknife and silt a peephole In tho curtain. (To n Continued.) SMALLPOX DETAINS L1NER. I'naacnaera on Ktirak to Go to UofN man's Island. Two casea of smallpox In the steer age of the steamer Kursk, from l!bau, resulted to-day In the vessel's detention at Quarantine and will probably cause the transfer of three hundred passen gers to Hoffman's Island for observa tion. The 1,301 passengers were held aboard the veesel during the forenoon. It Is planned to release the ship thla afternoon. STATEN ISLAND NOTES. Chief Magistrate Russell of th Court of Opcclal Sessions will deliver an addrea on the "Triumph of Truth" at the German Lutheran Church of Btapleton to-morrow evening. Itev. Father Thomas Dunn of Staple ton, who was ordained to th priest hood in St. Patrlok's Cathedral on Sa urday morning, celebrated hla first mass at the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Btaipleton yesterday morning. iMtsj Mabel Hennensy of New Spring vlllo haa returned from Atlantlo City, wliere she spent several days) with friends. The June term of th nichmono! County Supreme Court opened to-day at the court house In Richmond, with Justice Van filclen on the bench. MIm NVIllo Van Hrunt of New Hrlghton Is the guent of friends In Ocean City. After a pleasant visit to relative at Pleasure Hay, Mlsa Lulu Marshall Is nvaln at her home In Concord. The time to reflect is before those little eye troubles get to be big ones. If you are now wearing glasses and haven't had your eyes examined in two years better have one of our OculUti re-examine your eyes. It may be that weaker or stronger pair of glasses are now needed. The examination entails absolutely no obliga tion. Harris GUues cost $2.00 or nere. Oculist cuOvrUclonft M Eatt 23rd St. Bear Fourth At. 27 West 84 tb St., bet. 6th and 6tb Atm. 64 West 126th St., new Lenox Ave. 442 Columbus Ave., 8 1st and 82nd St. 70 Nassau St., near John St. 1009 Broadway, near Willowy, Bldyn 489 Fulton St., opp. A. ft S Llklya 697 Broad St. near Hahne'e, Newark Rtjiitertd Tradi Atari Eitabtuhtd Ilalf a Ctntur) June Clearance Sale Summer Dress Cottons Commencing Tuesday, June 4th, the following high-grade Wash materials will be placed on sale at greatly reduced prices, as follows: At 15c yd. Irish Dimities (3,000 yds.) in Stripes, Dots and Printed Floral designs. Former price 25c yd. At 18c yd.-Fancy Cotton Voiles, woven fast colors in pretty Stripes, Checks and Plaids, Silk Mixtures and other Novelty effects. Formerly 25c and 35c yd. At 25c yd. 45-inch White Mercerized Batiste. White and Colored Madras Shirtings, in a range of good designs. Scotch Ginghams in Plaids and Stripes. Formerly 40c and 50c yd. At 38c yd. White Dotted and Figured St. Gall Swiss, colored Embroidered Swiss, Printed Hand kerchief Linens, Printed English Voiles, French Organdies, etc. Formerly 50c to 75c yd. At 58c yd. Imported Voiles, Silk Stripes and Checks, Embroidered Batiste in self colors, Voile Raye, etc. Formerly 75c yd. At 75c yd. Double width Voiles and Marquisettes in a wide range of styles, mostly in the popular Black and White Stripe and Check effects. Formerly 85c to 81.25 yd. Special Note The balance of this season's Bordered Fabrics has been greatly reduced in order to close them out. James McCutcheon C& Co., Sth Ave. and 34th St., Tt3&$$5a. fl fl 0 0 0 0 fl 1 fl E 1 T B B B B fl B B B S B fl I JUNE GRADUATES TO BE REWARDED $1s000.00 To Graduates of Any School In Juno, 1012 FOR QIRL GRADUATES 1st Five $.'.0.00 Diamond Ulngs. 8nrt Five 68 3.00 Diamond nines. 3rd Five-61.1.00 Diamond Kings. 4th Five 810.00 Diamond Uincs. FOR BOY GRADUATES 1st Five-SiO.OO Solid 14k. Gold Watrhrs. 2nd Five P2.V00 Solid 14k. Gold Watches. 3rd Five S13.00 Solid 14k. Geld Watrhrs. 4th Five flO.OO Solid 14k. Gold Watches. (.'Larlrs A. Keene's Diamond and Watch advertisements will annear dnllv riur. InR June, lOli, in New York, Urooklyn, Jersey City, lfoboken snd Newark evening newipapcrs. To the twenty girls and twenty boys GRADUATING FROM ANY BCIJOOL dunnirJunr, lOK.wliohavcthecrpateit number of these advertisements. MAILED TO CI.AHl.F.S A. KKKNK ON TITKlIt Hr.HAI.F, lie will present AUSOLUTK I.Y FHl'.Ii 81,000,00 worth of diamonds and watches as stated above. In the event of tics for any of these rewards the same rewards ns offered will be given to each srsdunte so tied. THKSK DIAMOND AND WATCH ADVF.UTISF.MKNTS MUST TIF, SENT 1Y MAIL ONLY, within onn week of their publication, with tho grad unte'a name, address and name nf srlintil, to CHARLES A. KEENE. 180 BROADWAY, NEW YORK OITY MrtTST"11" ' the forty graduates to bo rewarded will lie published s ivv s a m New York anil Jlrooklvn newsnaners. SUNDAY. Julv IBlh. 1012. ARE HOW ON EXHIBITION AT1BO BROADWAY, N. Y. THEBB. REWARDS tsaH II II IHUWCUK f mmtVltWtW&V& Id . WM iy OTfejl wm ran JThe tobacco that doubled the value of a dime" for a chummy pipe It takes vastly more than "just tobacco" to make your pipe a real flmoke-4?hum. And if you would learn how good a chum your pipe can be if you would find out the difference between mere tobacco-burning and true pipe-comfort just try one brimming bowl of Lucky Strike Roll Cut "the tobacco that doubled the value of a dima." You'll realize then that your days of tobacco switching ore ftonc forever. Start today. The Roll Cut ready Co imokc ' "1 4, inthm handy can Your dealer GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES TO COMMENCE TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), WILL BE MADE IN A SALE OF WOMEN'S SUITS & DRESSES SUITS OF MIXTURES AND COLORED SERGES at $16.00, $25.00 & $32.00 SILK DRESSES at $22.00 & 35.00 S. Altttttttt & (HO. ARE DEVOTING SPECIAL ATTEN TION TO THEIR STOCK OP CORSETS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES IN FRENCH AND DOMESTIC MAKES. IT INCLUDES THE FASSO CORSET, MADE IN PARIS, AND THE ESNAH CORSET, MADE IN WORKROOMS ON THE PREMISES) RIBBON CORSETSi CORSETS FOR XTHLETIC AND EQUESTRIAN USEi BATHING CORSETSi BRASSIERESi L'ENVELOPPANTE, HIP CONFINER3. CORSELETS, ETC: ALSO JUVENILE BRACES AND EPAULIERE9 FOR MISSES AND GROWING GIRLS, AT REASONABLE PRICE! CORSETS MADE TO INDIVIDUAL MEASUREMENT. &AlttMtt&Qi0. FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 4th, A SALE OF MEN'S & WOMEN'S SILK UMBRELLAS AT THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL PRICES 1 TWILLED SILK UMBRELLAS WITH NATURAL WOOD HANDLES , , AT $2.00 TAFFETA SILK FOLDING UMBRELLAS AT 3.00 A SALE OF WOMEN'S LISLE THREAD GLOVES IN BLACK TAN AND WHITE, AS FOLLOWS i 2-CLASP GLOVES PER PAIR 30c. MOUSQUETAIRE. 16-BUTTON LENGTH 58c. FOR TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), A SALE OF MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S MUSLIN UNDERWEAR IN DESIRABLE STYLES AND AT ONE-THIRD BELOW THEIR ACTUAL VALUE. NIGHT ROBES , 90c, $1.10 & J.25 PETTICOATS , , . . 90c. & J. 35 CHILDREN'S DRAWERS. , 35c. & 42c. MISSES' DRAWERS , . 48c. & 85c. A Happy Dream That Will Comclruc asar r jr 1 j X 6 PA6ES of CI I M WITH NEXT FkEE SuhoayjWorio I' 'mm. WW "' : !