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Mr TBI IVINIRO WOULD, XOHDAT, JUKI 16, 1918. 1 r- mm SHOULD HOLLER ICE AND GIVE UNDERTAKER A JOB tVwf Grips Husband and il Holds Him Three Hours I as Burglars Work. MRS. G. R. SHELDON,' WIFE OF REPUBLICAN TREASURER, DEAD. Wits bea sSUed FrSSBi Henry Fnl of W9. IMChrys- :) Ctrt got out of bed serly to-lay S feed tht behy 8he hwrd quesr ejbtkiag eeuad undar the arlndoar. Lsskiag out shs sew t:ir mm on It esteiialon of No. :14 (lrtnd ert. klM t Iron bam of Jacob ishsr s Jewriry factory with a plpa aeln a storage battery lamp 6" mm their lleht. rhlsprrs Mra. Fankal bar husband. , "argler!" sr!almd Mr. Fanaal. should call th aoliea." -a-a-eh- aald hla wlfs 'SBS robbcra hoard har. One of tlmm tanwd'tha raya of tha lamp on lhatr fill at thr rubbernecks, piping off A Jab," ha aald. Tha roan with tha SSjfe) eat tar did not avan turn hla haad. "at either of them movaa." bo growled SB a rote quit claar to tha Fenkel. tha beads off n 'am." ' Jw Frnkalu atood at th window MkM with faar. Tha burglar mad Mfr way through th bar, an tared vba and rlppod tha aafe apart. thy war hueleet Fankal whla- to hla wlfa that h thought ha MM alia oat and oall tha pollra. Mra. '"ewBat throw hla arm around him and ewewing. forbad Mm to move. Ona of Hb) burglara appeared at aha Jawalry IbbIiu window. : ?Thafa right, momtnar," ha aald. TJaMd him. Than you won't hava to dswact hi Ufa laeureaee." It waa faar o'clock, aftar mora than hour of ohllly watching, bafora bwrglar war thraagh with thalr nd gona. Thay took about 1410 t ana and warh worth 10 belonging tamutl Mabala. an aaaoelata of wThar. Thar want away by th Mpfta Which thay had apparently ned SB aWttlng to th exteaalon. through roar yard of the boaee in which I raakale lived. . a workman amploytd fjh Stretcher, waa met at tha front dear wyanrr rnki at s 'ciok. "Tear plars waa robbed laet night.1 aKI Fenkol. "t weald have lt roe wlatr before but my wtft weald not .at abb fa untn Juet now. She aaJd aha did wpt know hew aba would feed tha bablaa If I get kitted.' all due gratitude. Boomer ra le ha) baa and lhaa to Capt. gf the Detect! Bureau, who aaat i of man leaking for tha men de er Foakal whea hla wife waa at BBBawaW ARRIVES FROM SCOTLAND TO WED U. S. ARMY CAPTAIN. Miss Janet Gardner, Actres Won hv SoMaT When She ToureJ America, Return to He a Bride. i in th ataamtr Columbia of lh Anchor Line, which arrlvH this morn ln from (llasgow. wo a cliarmlng lirnnstts. with a glow of th heather In her rharkfl. At the gangplank In wiuting -a a big man wilh a military hearing. Tha girl waa Mlaa Janet dirdner. formerly h member of itraham Moffat's rsmpany of Boated llayera The man wn ('apt. W It Smith, V. . A., at prencnt stationed at Kurt Tln'iias. Ky. The officer I ad first aeen the lady rrni the footliabta when aha waa playlhd fl l.oulHVllle, Ky.. and before th.' company left the southern city, the twn a ere angiged and the dny had bean art. MlM Uardner returned to har home In su-ntland. hot the malla between Ken tucky and (llaegoa' were busy, and the data dragged until aha wrote of har approaching return. Her father waa to have . in! with her, but he could not get away, and an he entrusted hla dxnehter to the rare of Capt. Black of tii, Columbia, who will give her away at tha wedding to-morrow night, which take place at the houae of frtenda of ; the captain, at No. 130 Weat Heventy eernnd street. The honeymoon will he apent at the army poet, whloh will ba the artilrce ' of Capt. and Mra. Hmltli for aome time 1 to come IVY DAY AT SMITH COLLEQE. Mr. (erce It Hhrlilon, wife of the hanker I id Treasurer of the National Republican Committer, died early to day after an operation In her home, No. it West Thlrty-rlahth street, tthe was taken seriously ill ten ilaya ago, but had been In frail health for aome year. Airs. Bneldnn had been married since December, Is. I. tnrea yeara after th graduation of her husband from Har vard. The couple had two daughter. In October, 1110, aiisa Mertrude Sheldon waa married to Katnuel Htevena Sands, a son or Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt by her first marriage. The wedding waa cpilet owing to the delicate health' of the mother. Only the month before the other daughter had divorced William Fuller In Kno. Mra. Hheldon waa first operated upon for th malady which remitted In her death on Jaa. 17. 1110. At that time It wae thought that her death would ba a matter of a few hours, but, though she rallied, her health had never been of th beet. Oeorge It. Sheldon la treeeurer of tha Republican National Committee, and waa one of the principal wltneeaee be fore the Clapp Congreealonal Committee laet Octotber, during the Investigation of campaign contributions. NO GRADUATED TOBACCO TAX WAHIVOTON, June It. A gradu ated tax on tobacco as an amendment to the tariff bill was unanlmoualy re jected by the majority members of the elenate Finance Committee, who voted down Senator Hitchcock's amendment, suggested by Attoniey-Oeneral Mc Reynolda. The committee approved placing live stock and grain on the free Met with a countervailing duty, except oata. which remain dutiable at ten centa a bushel, and oatmeal at XI rente a hundred pound. Citrus fruit were unchanged. With ibW asaanaaal ejsrsssan CASTOR I A For Infanti and Children. Thfl Kind Yon Hi? Ahrays Boocbt Bears tow Blgnatnrt) ot llesokea MH Write the Haali- at he riaaa Ode. NORTH AMFTONi M . June l.- Tlie Ivy I lay BttaMMatl of lira Ktnlth College graduating cIbsk was to ld on the camjiu to- lay under blue aklea and iirlght. warm sunshine. Kormlng In front of the rtudaflta' bUlM log, the (lenbirs man bad in roan tho campus to the new library near which the class Ivy was stint-. I on Its new career. Each gf the Ml Kil ls . arrlcil an American beauty rose iind the Junli.r class, sctlng as eworl, ..ore a . haln of mountain laurel. As the Ivy was planted by the class president. Itachrl Whliblrn of Wist Newton, the eenlors aatig nn odr, the word of which were wrltt' n hy Marlon Ulna ot Albion. III., and the music hy Maiel Heyo of Hoboken. N. J. Ad dresaes were .made b OfbtCwM Tods, of iMilhurn, N. J., end Kllssbeth I'felf fer of I'tttafleld INSIST bFNiv7cONVENTION Prop-resalve Hepubllrana Make Hint a Coadltloa of earsrawlaalloai. WAHlllNOT" iN. Jun It - Membom of th "Conciliation Connnltte" of Progressive Itepubllcans who recently made demanls upon tho Republican National Committee fur a national in vention this year, have deolded, t the result of meetings hr Katunlay ind yesterday, t" oppose any action by the National Committee to effect rtrniHiaod reforms without a party convention. Senator Cummins, former Hovernoi Had lev of Mlseourl. Henators lones aid t.'rawforil and Hopresentat ivrs An dereon of Minnesota, Craniton of MIc i Igan and Rogers of Massachusetts participated In the conferencea. whl-h will be renewed later this week. as In years gone by the seniors gath ered under the elms and listened to lass porm. hietorle and smoked their class pipes. Important in wa the day to Vale 11", the oirasloti has historical signifi cance for I undrida of graduates back for Clan minions. Hy them class day of Iftl.l will bt remembered as the date when the lirt physical effort was pended in ineklng a coliseum a reality. President lladley late In the day, ac tdpgpaftrad by rcpresentat.ves of many laN aii l fractlcally the entire body of seniors, wielded a spade to dig up a clump of turf on the athletic i: rounds opposite V.ile Kleld to mark the place where the ureal ' bowl" will le built. Ironworker falls In Uenlh. Abraham Kupsarstein, a sheet Iron worker, of No. 94 Hay Thirty-fourth etrcet, Fl.ithush, working on f'ubllc School No. M at Avenue K and East Tenth street, fell three atorles to-day and fractured his skull. He died tie fore an ambulance from the Swedish Hospital could reach him. NEW EQUITABLE BUILDING TO HAVE FIRE BULKHEADS. Tnirty-six-Story Skyscraper Will Be Divided Into Four Separate Compartments. Kollowlng the suggestion of Fir Com missioner J oh neon, the new Equitable Hutldlnf. at No. 110 Broadway, will be divided Into four separate compart ments, thus affording a system of fir protection more elaborate than any thing yet Introduced In building con struction. Commissioner Johnson to-day received ' a letter from I. J. Horowitz, President of the Thompaon-etarrett Construction Company, approving hla plea for a i doublr. fireproof wall extending from the sub-basement to the top. or thirty- sixth floor. These walla will Intersect at right angle at th centre ot the building: and automatic fire-proof door on each floor will provide meana Of hutting oft any of th four division from the other three. All plan for th building have been approved by the Commissioner, and con struction will begin at one. CLASS DAY AT YALE. Hundreds of Graduate Rack the Celebration. GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HAIR, WE PROVE IT 25 CENT DANDERINE Destroys Dandruff Stops falling hair Cleans and invigorates your scalp Delightful dressing. To be possessed of a henrl of heavy, beautiful hair, soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and (ree from dandruff, ia merely a matter of using a little Uandcrine. It is ensy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and Iota of it. Just get a KS cent bottle of Knowlton'i Dandcrtne now all drug stores recommend it i apply a little as directed and within tea minutes there will be an appearance of for abundance, freshness, fluffiness and an incomparable gloss and lustre, and try as vou will vnu cannot find a trace of NEW KAVa, Conn . June !, 1 1, .a ! dandruff or falling hair; but your real waa elaas day at Yale 1'nlvei sliy, and surprise will be after about two weeks' ro downy at first-ryes but realty new hair sprouting out all over your scalp Uandcrine is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and cure for itchy scalp, and it never tall to stop falling hair at once. It you want to prove how pretty and soft vour hair really is. moisten a doth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small strand at a time. Your hair Will ba soft, glossy and beautiful m just a I tew moments a delightful surprise await every one who trie this. N400 Htwta Prtfrcti! Vacation Sale BE A WISE WOMAN! Take your Ksmo ("Yinur for vnent inn urnnp along with you! That's a policy of insurance against corset catas trophic, and it guarantees you summer corset comfort and style wherever you go. Economical, too. Every Nemo outwears any two ordinary corsets; doesn't stretch, tear or break; gives you the hygienic support needed most in hot weather. For $240 you can get the lateat Nemo "Solid-Service" Corset, for all average fig urea; low btut, very long akirt with elaaUc "In-Curve Back;" of cool, strong batiate. At $3.00 are stylog for every figure No. 301 for tha alndr, of dainty mercer ised batiate; No. 326. Self-Reducing, for full figure: low bust and tha new elaatic LaaUcurve-Back; Nos. 333 and 354, with Auto-Maasage device, etc. At S4.00 aitd tS.00. figure-reducing mod al of various typas, with the style and comfort features that have made the Nemo famous throughout the world. Don't give up your Nemo summe A Challenge Sale TWO SUITS FOR The Price of One This is the greatest sale ever known a sale which knows no precedent. For the next seven days we are going to give the best value ever placed before an appreciative public by giving TWO SUITS for the price of one; made of the famous English Twill Serge and guaranteed pure wool, sun-proof, never-fade, London-shrunk; in materials that are found in S0 to $50 Clothes, with our guarantee back of every suit. 1 Pare Wool, Never-Fade Bloe. Guaranteed $30 to $50 Values 2 Suits $18-75 mMmi MADE TO MEASURE ' JL xj true ! (Tbese Flannel Trousers were alwav. sold and advertised by um at $1 per pair.) This Will iwg jraB a Mu Sdtfl Suit far city and Business wear and a Blue Sara Coat, with a pair of I For tha man who appreciate good clothes, with perfect style, fit and finish, the kind that stand up until worn out to such a man wa astend an invitation to visit our big store and lie shown. Free Flannel Trousers al B1H.TB sre wUI make Te every aereaaesr ef a Mm Serge ' ml Treaaars. mr rasteaa taller ta IUr - ,ki. ia IV KB, It U. a ' er rar wujiit, tatter la th cltr aeald ehars ran his gill for lur Guarantee- Ve Oaaraatee ta slve ree far S1B.T5 a aaM at flaeet and tercet weel that j r ran bar. It from data ef asvehaae until It la wars taraaal you are dissatisfied .4th It la ear war. ertng It aaafe aad we wttl asahe ; i aood. OUR ONLY STORE OUR ONLY STORE 30 CHURCH STREET, CORNER DEY, IN THE HUDSON TERMINAL BUILDING (Ona Block from John at. Subway and Cortlandt St. Station. Bth Ave. " U") JUNE BRIDES Ladies' Dressers on Sale this Month Only for $8 ! to IS MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE 1 I o oTff mmm Al llhh St. Estrsacc si Sshwsv er Elevated Special for Week Commencing June 16 Refrig erators la aB ThisDIilsa- Issbi Ostfit, consisting of Oolden Oak. Karly Bng liah Eaten ton Table. 4 OoUlan oak or Early English Cane Heat Chalra. com- ForU...M upwards $8 54 in. High 18 In. Wide IS in. Deep for this Ladles' Dressing I Table with Triple French Bevel Plate Glasses: fin ished in Mahogany, Golden or Fumed Oak ; cannot be duplicated in any other firnt class house for less than $18.00. MASON'S! Estsbllshad N year. MYRTLE AVK.. OOP. BRIDGE ST., BROOKLYN. N. V. FREE! This Imperial Leather Couch 5.50 This SolM Brass Bed FREE! every Gelden Oak Frame Free wtta Every Parraas al IW or tr Open Eventngi Only Monday & Saturday Until II I THE EASIEST PAYMENT I HOUSE IN NEW YORK I YOUR' ARE OUR TERMS T SI I BAUMANN'S 1 3 Av. BaPTWo AfftMR MeaesFBraishew Vt- W 4 75 - 5 if." Writs for ratalaa, WAWcahO II A KM treih lertJ $ : 7.SSSS k Matted Free. is an Accou STORK at SStOSIX STORM. Read the Summer Resort In TcDay's Werld Th Sttre Opens at Q A. Ms Lord & Taylor Funded 1 826 Special Order Dept. will make Gowns to Order exact copies and many original models For Morning and Afternoon Wear of Linens, Batiste, Crepe and Charmeuse Also Smart Tailored Suits of Linen and Serge in white and colors; or a combination of check skirt with a plain coat, at $45.00, $55.00 y $65.00 Satin Bathing Suits $35.00 Exceptional Values in Women's & Misses9 Sweaters Bathing Suits Women's & Misses' Mohair Bathing Suits In navy and black, with bloomers, neatly trimmed with buttons, $2.95 Valu $4.50 With inlaid white eponge collar, trimmed with fancy braids, $2.95 Value $5.00 Women's & Misses' Bathing Tights la all the new attractive models, with or without feet, 59c, 75c, 95c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.95 & $2.50 Values $1.00 to $3.95 Women's & Misses' Bathing Shoes In the new colors, low or high, 35c, 65c & 95c Value 50c to $1.50 Rubber Of Novelty Bathing Caps 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, 95c, $1.50 & $1.95 Values 44c to $3.50 Corsage Rubber Flower Bouquets 95c & $1.50 Values $1.50 to $2.50 Women's & Misses' Sweaters For mountain or beach wear, to be worn over bathing suits, all the new models and colors, $2.95 & $3.95 Children's Sweaters Several smart models and colors, $1.50, $1.95 & $2.95 Values $2.95 to $5.00 Special Reductions on Blankets, Comfortables & Bedspreads Offering unusual advantages in summer furnishings Blankets $2.35, $3.00 & $3.75 pair Regularly $3.25, $4.00 and $5.00 Fancy plaids and plain blocks, $1.65 each Regularly $2.25 Comfortables Figured silkoline, Persian or floral patterns, $1.65 each Regularly $2.25 Figured silkoline plain mull borders, $2.85 each Regularly $3.25 Bedspreads Crochet, Marseilles patterns, 95c & $1.25 Regularly $1.25 and $1.50 Corded dimity 90c, $100 & $1.15 Regularly $1.25 to $1.75 Muslin Sheets & Pillow Cases 25 Less Than Regular Prices Sheet At 63 x 99 69c 72 x 99 65c 81 x 99 72c 90 x 99 79c 90 x 108 86c Pillow Cases 42 x 88H 16c 45 x 382 17c 50 x 38H.....19o 54 x88H..a.-...lc Traveling Rugs Suitable for Auto or Steamer At Greatly Reduced Prices $4.50, $6.75 & $9.75 each Regularly $8.00, $0.50 & $10.50 Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED fotV-H'g ithipinmry As your oUaltr, A WORLD "WANT WILL QQ AND fiBT H TV y. r?..s aaaTu' Mm af-v -,.