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? FA! nrnn r. fo!LY Fra I "i i; Two Firemen Knocked Out in Dangerous BUtt That Spreads in Brooklyn SON SAVES INVALID. Carries Out Hysterical Mother Three Children Made 111 by Smoke. VVftPsl doien person probiblf w tfcgtr IWta to colli dor belonging to MM. H. Bruasell of No. U7 Ftortr-aseent HMl Brooklm. who barking and whining and scratching at th door of kto mlstr' bedroom wakad bar In Urn to call other member of hnr fam ily and nee from the hou, which waa Mr. Vital building and thro other wr aetroysd br the (lame, which aaread MMIr aas) at on tlm manaoad th Waele Ml of fifteen two -story two bmlly heuse la tb midst of which th Wan all hem atood. Twa firemen and a woman and three children warn of room by itnok and ess woman loTalld. ataly yar 014. waa hreterloel and bad lo hav madteal at tawaloa afUr b4ag carrlad from liar fcarnlng hem. 4INI SPRIADS TO OUR OTHER HOU.lt. It waa about o'clock whan Trial, the colli, which waa alaaplng la aha kail of lb BniaaaU bom, atartled Mr. rueH by frantic barking. Mra. BruMeii ran into th hall and aw amok In ceaaldsrabl volume pour Mi from a cloeet. Shs ran through tha fcauai waking her grown children, and tag) ruahad to tha strt. where aha aaw Policeman Michael M alone of tha Marth arenue elation MaJanay. aa h mad for tha aaaxaat ftp a Is rat bos. blew Ma wblatla and aa the aldewalk with tola nlght- Pollosmss Msnghoff and Qrah m I Walla Malonay waa turning la an alarm Orabam and ManghotT ran from ham 1 t hotata. waklag tha occupant ail along tb row. aa tha fir hail al ready gained ooaaiderable headway la Ma Braaaall hm and flam war Xwllag from th window. By tb Mm tb englnee got there tha hou at No. IB, Oi and an ware afir. but tha rejldenu. notified of tblr danger, had got oat. Mr. John Nugnt ad bar three children, who II up atalra at No. Ml. where the fire started. war partially or room by they taggrd euL but war i8 af tar get Us lata tha fraak air. OV OkRRlIB INVALID MOTNIR to OTRcrr. Mr. Thoma ChrUtlaaaon, who la aiitv year old and ha been almoat hglpls from poor health for rral yaar. Ilv with a daugMar and Ighuen-year-old son. Harold. Harold aaw that th houa waa about ta catch Are and at one picked up hi mother la hi rm and ruahad with her to th atrL A phyatelan la th vicinity waa called and quieted Mr. Chrltlnaoa. who waa taken, hyaterlcal. Into tha hom of a aelghhor. Oa th eecand floor of Ma Ut, whr 4k Nugaat Head. rapt. Cahlll and Plresaea Otto of Truck Company No. Ml tkrew open a door between twa rm. creating a (sack draught, whloh knocked them both down and rendered them unooaaomua. They war raeud by Tlrsmsn John- awn and Bum and Dr. Benedict waa summoned from th Norwegian Ho. Pita to attend them. They were given tarancy treatment on th arrival of th ambulance and then taken to th kpapllal, but Inter ware transferred to gjiglr horn. Their coadttlon I not serious. Tela , mag dona by th fir waa ejstlmated at tl.e0. Mr. Bruassll aald aa was uasbls to account for tb fir ga tb ao t. ' - W MAN KILLED IN SUBWAY. Charlee acherer, aa employee of Ward A Oow. advert lalral agents, while at work chancing tha advertising card In empty subway cars In th yard north of On Hundred and Thlrty-vnth street and Broadway to-day attempted ta etap from one car to another of train that waa moving over a awltch He fall between the platform and wa killed. Th body waa placed on a special car and taken to tha One Hundred and forty fifth street elation. Thla spsclal car wa run on th downtown track and th movement tied up southbound traffic for ten minute. A. K BuOlngton. motorman or the train by which Bcherei was killed ma le a elatenivnt to the police and wa ! lowed to go hack to work. Hcherer Uvtd In Ktshtct-mh tret, near Second avenue YOU CAN BANK BY MAIL NOW. I'oelnl Mb ! laaovatloa Plaaaed to Benefit Many. WASHINGTON'. July IT. "Banking by mull" la U) latest Innovation entwed Into by ih' government In connection with thi postal saving aystem Here after dt'i-oalt ni.i be m1 by mail and Will.''' 'N lUewlae effected Uirouuh the Hum ' afMpy, W ..i'ii 1 In imata.1 aavlngn ytni wa ftr-t ppt In opt-rallon. p'JMtinaster were I UrbWdsn to inili deKiits by uoh p- aa wric pot patfon of the p i office In which they aoutfht to bank. Tb wa found, to work a real hardship 4Mj ;t PSrtaln In of woul'l-be deipoe:- tor, and l'atmastr0aral Burieon accordingly asrosjatad the rut. Post mubte.'M throughout lh country now ax being a J v. id of th ahanga. SIX ARE OVEKC Home Dresses Made From Original Designs f Th livening World'! Expert. U. I.odcwick. Li VT' DESCRIPTION. I 1 J Tha material of thla laaasn are o vary fin and thin that centrally an ovarMou or an undrblou I a real aaoaaalty. Batista. voU, and vn ilk, war nvr ao thin, and uoh quantlUa of laoa aad not war never Th dainty little underblouaoj hlch hav conaequently become eo popular nr Cfult bewitching Many Umes thy ar mad right la th gown, and In a atyla whloh oorraapond with Ih atyl of the gown, for thee little garment hava atyla of tbatr own. On pratty modal la mad of all-ovr ice, with vry narrow abouldr (trap. tha annholaa being trimmed with Inch- wide platting. A narrow banding strung with pink ribbon sscuras tb fuln around the neck, while th earn ribbon tying In how la used to fasten tha front Dainty, Indeed, ar th wreath of v art -colored ekUton roe which trim th blouo each aid of tb f rout. Th "ovorblouMB" ar of quit a dif ferent type, and ,re not always of thin malarial. On th contrary, this aaon. baa favored th overblouae of heavier material than th1rs. In conjunction with a small peplum or tunic of th aame good. In tha design I qpn show ing, looas woven lavender rating form a pretty ovarblouae and tunic to a plain white batlgt f rook, wkleh I mad with kimono waist and straight aklrt. The front of th bloue I allowed estra fuln. to (how la th open overpart and a narrowed ruffle dntahaa the pack around. kti sight cuffs ar made of whit ba llet, embroidered In lrg iavndr polka dots, th aams material being used aa a trimming baad on the aklrt, lnrtd a few lachea below tha tunic. This material can be bought, but aa that la ao little of It uaad, any on who la handy with tha embroidery needle would not find it a long or diffi cult task lo kaadmark tha dot, and tha effect la really charming. Cluny beading 1 affective aa a finishing to lbs loeerted bands, and also to the facing of tha entire overblouae and tunic. A row of It also tops tha ham. Blank val val ribbon deflnee the wsislUas. while another length of It la used In a unique manner to catch the points of tha open tunic, dropping abort loops and snds. Thla addition la aa almgtls to uncatch when laundering as It Is to readjust again, and the effect Is worthy ths extra minute This frock Is sure to glv atlfactlon as It is sufficiently dainty for any af fair, but not so much so aa to b ro IricteU for drsssy wear Many differ ant color combination could be worked out for the development, and If the dots were to be hand dons, pals yellow Instead of white, would be pretty with the lavender. Old blue color for tbe blouse snd tunic, with light tan for the draaa. would be delightful, as would green with tan. Dear Kut"c Mitts: I hava a w hite voile with a Mue aad white atrlpe border three luche wide which I am asking you to aid me In making. Would like to have a practical dress for both morning and afternoon wear. I am medium else, with rather large blpa. MIU. T. B. Ve ta border part aa a baad, talahlag ths aoak aad earpUe aloe lag of ths waist. Also as it aa strap running ap tb back of th (leave four Inch, aad oat patch pookt of It to apply oa th bloaa of th waist. Opa th skirt is tuck effect down las aid front, with a baad of th border running to th alp Ua. fcass fruis could protrude from the sleeve (trap, aloe a frttl eould apateed are sua afr . If UUmm ? MM ant i I L J RAILROADS FIRM, WANT ARBITRATION ON ALL COUNTS WM Men Are Anerv.- Believine They Were Outwitted at Peace Meeting. "So, further move la expected In the wsge controversy between the trainmen end conductors and the railroads In ths Kern territory until President Wilson appoint th Board of Mediation and Conciliation, provided for under the Newlands envendmorits to the Erdman Arbitration aot That the situation, however, le more eertoue than It lias been at any time was generally admitted to-day, follow ing th definite announcement last night that th Conference Committee of Man agers would Insist that the trainmen and conductors arbitrate questions of pay snd working conditions which they had won only after year of bottling. No action looking tu a strlks of ths trainmen and conductor on the Erie, th New York and New Jersey, and the New York, 8uquhnna and West ern, was taksn at to-day's secret meet ing of th Unral Committeemen of these roads, held this morning in the Hroadway Cenlral Hotel. Neither l'reeldent A. H Oarretson of the conductoca, nur President W. O Le of the raiiimen, would make any statement after the meeting aa to the line of action that will be taken. Such a statsmsnt, however, will be issued at 10 o'clock to-night at the Herald Square Hotel. Tbs statement Is withheld to tpat lata hour so that tha managers will not have an opportunity of an swering It before to ne. now afternoon. The Erie Oeneral Committeemen, while determined to enforce their de mands for arbitration with a strike. If : neceasary, expressed to-day the belief that ths railroad company would finally yield and agree to permit the wage lunation to be aettled by the lloaid of Arbitrator They point out that the Erie rtud to srbltrst in 110, but finally yielded. While no high official of tie Erie waa In New York to-day to make a elate r.ient. It waa declared that ths road slready ! making scliv preparation U coronal a sins oi conuucior ano trainmen, and that l.ODri strike breakers hav bn recruited and ar being hid In readiness for work st six hour' set. MITCHEL WILL RUN ON ANY TICKET lells Fusion De'ei'ates He Won't Write Abusive Let ters If hlected Mayor "ilr yon prepared lo arrrpt a nomination tor th MnyornUu fM ymrf" "Yea." "sTttM yo" ant ohferffon to 1m mntiati' rflortt to tiring about your nomination t" "So." "Would you under any rirrum ttanfr$ av-epi a nomination for Mayor from Tammany Hallf" "Sot undrr any firrum$tanret." t'ollertor of the Port John Pnrroy 'Mitch ?l thus replied to a large dele gntlon of non-par:liin hiielncag men In hi office to-day. Tim (iiptlon were put hy finnk I,, folk, former l'reildent 1 of the Municipal Civil Harvlce Com- mlMlon, who heaJed the vlallors. Cheering attended the Collector' an awer. PLEDGED TO DEMAND NOMINA TION BY rUSIONISTS. The delenatlon at once Indorsed the former Prcl lent of the Bonrd of Alder men for the Mayoralty and pledged Itaelf In demand from the fusion con ference timt he he nominated for th head of the city ticket. Hpeenhr followed the Interrogation. Collector Mltchel rteponded expressing hi wllllngncea either to "lead or serve In the rank." He alao said: "If tho for whom gku (peak want action, construotlv reform and real ef ficiency In the city government, Instead of svaalvaness and prstenss, I am In terested. If you wsnt a Mayor who welcome and uses cltlaen' complaint, letter and report, instead of one wh poura out lettera of abuhe upon honeat Informant. I ahall be glad to Join with you. "It 1 absolutely esssntlal that the great body of cltlssns who believe In real non-partlanahlp, who ara oppoaed to eorrupt machine rule In every form, who advocate the government of thla city by tha people, who believe In the application to tha city bualneas. In fact aa well a In theory, of efficient buel nes principles, should combln this year lo cur tb election of a Mayor and Board of Estimate pledged to lib eral principles. Pollclss and measures. TAMMANY SEES VICTORY IN THREE-SIDED . AMRAION. Tb acceptance of th Fusion candi dacy by Mllohsl will make ths oomlng BUT TAMMANY News Oddities EVEN THE TOOTHACHE has bass vention of drug-flats. TALE STUDENT, son of a Boston temperature of over 100 degree la his bualneas. WHEN A MAN RKMARRIB8 aftsr any rletloahlp to th dead woman, TO STOP AEROPLA NINO oa Sunday English authorities Invoked enacted under Charlee I., but the Judgea IP IT COSTS IB to wear a silt aklrt take an awful Jump when thee X-ray OMINOUS? Coupl In Orange, Va , LORD HALSBURT, slahty-seven yeara old, haa atarted to edit a compedlum of Kngllsh law In twenty-four volume of 100 to POO page each. BRAZILIAN MINISTER MtJLLKK he atarted horn. PEEK-A-BOO WAIST, long known at tht pneumonia ha at companion th rheumatitm sfcirf. LETTER FROM ENOLAND addreeeed to "Capt. Charla A. Furlong, th Jrow'a Nest, latitude 40.S8 north, longitude 71 at west," waa promptly delivered by the New Yerk Poat-Offlce to Tompklnsvllle, Staten Island. WOMAN In Brooklln. Mah, reversed a common form of will by leaving her huaband 170,000 on condition that he do not marry again, IN THE LAND OP CHERRY RL0880M6 After losing a car accldsnt s Japanese bring suit for an annuity of 1100. every three year, a cottage and a rlckahaw. SCHOOLOIRL In Chicago wa awnkened by a railroad car entering her bed room. After a emah-up It toppd directly In front of her bed NEARLY HALF of Pennsylvania per cent., to be exact. "DOLLAR DIPLOMACY ' taken on a nsw mesnlng In Rrysn'a cse s Msxlcsn crisis lo a Chautauu.ua lecture tour anyway? CONORESSM AN WILLIS, who won the Washington spelling bee, tins rscelved a Isttsr from a msn whose card read "James J I'uppatheodorokoum momountourgeolopoulo" asking him If he hsd sny name like that to apall. UNITED STATES TREASI'RY handled over seven billion In actual caa'i during th year end the a cunts come out right to the 1at rent. Save the Babies. fl NFANT MORTALITY is something; I of all the children born in civilised countries, twenty-two Der cent., Horn tn eiruuea countries, t nr ruuu-lv one-auarter. die before per cent., or more than one-third, before they are Ore, and one-half before her are fifteen I We do not hggltgie to gay that a timely use of Caatoria would gave a majority of these precious Urea. Neither do we hesitate to say that inuny of these infantile deaths are oooaaioned by the use of narcotic preparation. Props, tinctures and soothing gyrups gold for children's complaints contain more or Wag opium or morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity, they atupefy, retard circulation and lead to umnogBong. alcknaag, death. Caatorla operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of ('has. II, tletoher, Caatoria causes the blood to circulate properly, - -w-t- -J POTOU gut" maa BUBJB ' SsBilBt Caatorla alwaa bear the I COLLECTOR OF FORT iS WILLING TO HEAD FUSION CITY TICKET. r! ' ' gaarsal LsBav ' TJ aam: asasfJijM , kjaw psjajajBjbjJa, flH ! awNf- am i i campnlrtn a three-coi nere I battle. Dl-trlct-Altorney Whitman will. In sil like lihood, head the regular Itepuhllcsn ticket, Mltchel will lead the Prnxrcealve and independent Democrats, and Mayor (laynor i expected to be the choice of Tammany Hall. It wa predicted to day by Tammany men that the fight be tween Whitman and Mltchel will o di vide th "reform" vote that Tammany will "walk In." Added Impetus was given to the M Aneny boom for the Mayoralty to-day when the Knat Hide Non-I'arilaan Muni cipal League was formed at the room of the University Hettlement and ap pointed J. Phlll.i Berg Chairman i a committee of ten bueinai men to ar range a hearing In McAneny'a behalf before tho Fusion committee of 110. Branches of the League are to be organ laed In Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond borough. The McAneny general committee elected officer to-day and opened tem porary headquarter at No. 2 Rector treat. It waa unnounced that the com mittee would be enlarged to 100 mem ber. TO TEST NEW FIELD GUNS. Army officer Oolag to Handy Hook lo Wltaes Flrlno. WASHINGTON, July 17 Brlg.-Qn. Hunter Liggett, President of the Army War College, and Col. Edwin 8L John Oreble, of the General Staff of the army, will go to Sandy Hook, N. J., nsxt Wssk to wltnsss test firings of new field artillery. The new piece, evolved during the pat year and a half, are a 3.8-Inch Howltser designed to fire a 30-pound projectile, and a .7-lnch gun which flree a 10-pound projectile. The latter a heavier gun than that with which moet field batteries ara armed. put Into a moving picture for a con nUUlonalr. works nine hours dally In a fathsr's rubber shoe factory to lsarn tha ths death of hi wife he c to bear Juatloe Phllbln decides. a Jaw wouldn't stand for It In Richmond, th high ooat of living will ooslumss rsach Virginia got married In a apeedlng automobile. took a ton of gltta along with him when 'IOIC lsg In a street in artificial leg rallorad stock Is owned by women, 47 1 What's frightful. We can hardly realise that ther reach one Tear : tmrtT-eeTtm opens the klgaatare of MULHALL TELLS OF N. A. MS WORK ON TAFTRATFORM Letters Read to Lobby Hun'srs Give Inside History of the 1908 Convention. WASHINflTON. July 17-When Col. Mulhall took the aland before the Ben ate lobby hunter to-day and reaumed the story of hi actlvltlee aa ( lobbyist he took up the daya that immediately preceded the Republican National Con vention of 190. UK lettere of that date told of the effort of the N. A. M. to find out In advance Jut what the Republi can platform would contain. The letter ahowed that early In May the official of the N. A. M. becems con vinced there we no chance of beating Hecretaary of War Taft out of the Presi dential nomination and there were fre quent conferencoa between Mulhall and other officials of the N. A. M. and the campaign in.itmger for Taft. One of the letter declared that the draft of the Republican platform as pre pared by Wade Rill of Ohio wss sub mitted to President Roosevelt at the White House for approval and declared a belief that radical changea had been made in it. Other lettera to Preddent Van Cleave warning him that "Samuel Oompers and the other labor organisation official were going to lnsl(t on having an antl Inlunctlon plank In the platform aad urging that Van Cleave, Attorney Emery end all other official of the organlsstlon get to Chicago where, the convention wa held at laaat a week be fore It met In order that they could prevent endorsement of laws demanded by organised labor. Support of the N. A. M. members who were actual dele gatee to' the convention waa alao promised to Rep. James S. Sherman for the vice-presidential nomination. MULHALL'8 ACTIVITIES IN POLI TICS OF NtW JER8EY. Mulhall Identified a letter of Introduc tion given by Judge William R. Speer of the Hudson County, N. J., Circuit Court, Introducing Mulhall to Oov. J. Franklin Port, explaining that he was to visit Oov. Port to enllet his ssr vlees In defeating Representative J. J. Gardner of th aacond New Jersey district, who had been "marked for daughter" by the N. A. M. Mulhall alao told of a conference with the then Repreeentatlve Jamee 8. Sherman, In which the Congressman eald the N. A. M. should "call off tb atttacka being mde on Speaker Cannon by many Republican newspaper. Mulhall went from Sherman to Sena tor Foraker'a office where he found a secret conference of Republican Senate leader In progreot. At thla conference (Pot Ease in Your Feetl L Banish your corn. Get rid of your I "pets" one and for alL One box of I Pleroe'm J 'Com Plasters' will cure them In a few hours if they are ordinary corns; If they're "old timers" two or three applications will rid you of your com troubles or the druggist will giro your, money back. You Can Buy thlg Foot comfort Tor I0e and 2 Be a Box 2Kk atalli I aientl I eeodl U2u Box I eonvs- 1 Jorhood I as. J at all druggists. If ran cannot eono atently get them In your nebjhborhood 10 lor una I box to PUP-CaCO-sprl GRAY HAIR Eaay to Restore Natural Color of Your Hair by Simple Method BriehCw has juit been finding out some of the moat amnim thin about the heir dlecovorlee that overturn manv old Idear For Inatence. with a newly dlecovered product the nefral aAor lo roetored by Imple treatment that can be aoolled by any one In a nti time. Thle arlentirto treatment U embutiled In tho Qusen Oray Hair Roatorer. a liquid orcnaratlon that tnaket anv df-elred ehado from the on imrkeire. Iavlne? (ho heir aoft and fluffy n1 maklnar e leatlne color that ! baI etlrky end dor not rub off. J ne wuetn ursy neir nrgtorpr ie ininn taneoue In Ite i ffct and renulree but me apoUi-Htlnn tu rralt-ro th- natural color of vnur hair. It le In two elaeo. .Mir. n,i B1.0U, and can be obtained frmn Itlker MeKftnan and the leading drua; and de partment atorea hrouahnut tho country, Tho beat halrdreeaera uao It and aell It tn th-lr patrnna. IS THIS "BILL" See Next Sunday's World Magazine It waa de-ided that no further IcglMatMM , deatred by President Mooeevelt was to ! be enanted. Foraker told .Multiill that the "M4" planned to defeat faft for the nas7l!natkn kv ciptnrln control of the naBaa! commltte,, snd seating can tenting Mi-Ta't delegatiS. To nffoit thl Wateofi Ister told Mill hall thl sVeel.lent Roneevelt wa "mov ing heaw a and eirth" to nominate Taft and that the Colonel wa fathering the itucfc on Cannin in oner that he could kfll the Speaker' premdentinl boom. Watson, according to MulhslL wa threatening to take the floor of the House and "expoae the Kooasvalt plot." From Wah'ii:toii Mulhall went 10 Trenton, where he conferred with tlov Po-t and Vivian M. Lewi, clerk of the Ch-ncery Court Accordlns to Mill hall' report both Fort and I.ewl agreed to eld the fight asnlnut q.nrdr r In the eecond. and llushr In the elxth d'atrlct. Rwsalsaa er Washington. WASHINGTON. July IT. Undrr the gundancs of John H. Hnndgras. United mine conetil-deaersl st Moscow. !-' ty.elght members of the Society for th 1 i-romotion or Technl al Knowledge of i that city to-day began a whlrlwtnl tour of Inspection of the capital The I Russian vlaltor will b wsorlved to morrow by President Wilson and s ' number of entertainments hava been arranged for them during their two daya tay In ths city. I James McCreery & Co. 34th Street On Sale Friday and WASH DRESS QQODS. 15,000 yards of White Cotton Dress Fabric in this season's most fashionable weaves, including Canton Crepes, Piquette Cords, Irish and French Linens. rnlue 4Se. 29c a yd. DRESSES, SUITS & SKIRTS. Considerably Below Usual Prices. For CHrls & Juniors. o Khaki "Middy" Dresses, Balkan model, fin ished with satin tie, trimmed with stripe gaiatea. Size 6 to 16 year. ralu j.rf. 2.95 Dresses of White Lawn, Batiste, Voile and Cordeline, Russian and low belted models. Sise 10 to 16 years. 195 and 2.95 , ralius 2.95 aad 450 Juniors'Dresses of Gingham, Lawn, Voile, Stripe Tissue, Ratine and Linen. Various attrac tive models. Sizes 4 and 16 years. ralue 5.00 to T.f. 195 to 495 Tub Skirt of White Drill and Cordeline. gored or plaited model. Length 18 to 86 inches. 'special 110 to 2.95 For Small Women & Misses. Dresses of White Voile and Lingerie, also colored figure and stripe Voile, numerous ef fective models. ralue t.r. 3.95 Linen and Ratine Suits in various models. value 15.00 to 18.M. 975 Dresses in a variety of materials, suitable for morning wear, value 2.50 to 5.75. 1 25 to 2.50 Skirts of White Cordeline. value 2.75. 1 .95 Clearance Sale BOYS' & YOUNO MEN'S APPAREL. 9A5 Young Men's Hand-tailored Suits in Norfolk and English models with patch pockets. Made of Imported Fabrics, including Homespun, Gray Cheviot, and English Blue Serge. Size 33 to 40 chest formerly 22.60 to a. 50. 1500 135 Young Men's Suits of Fancy Cheviot, Tweed, and Homespun, Conservative and patch pocket models. Coats full or half lined with mohair. Size 32 to 40 chest. 1050 formerly to 18.50 70 Boys' Hand-tailored Suits in double breasted and Norfolk models. Made of fine Imported Fabrics, including Blue Serge. 675 formerly 10.00 to 16.40 50 dozen Boys' Blouses with short or long sleeves, made of fine Madras in all the new stripes. Plain Navy Blue, Cadet Blue or White, Size 7 to 14 years. formerly 75c to 95c, 50c 40 dozen Rompers of Madras and Seersucker Navy Blue, Cadet Blue, Pink or White, pijieil with blue or pink. Size i to 6 years. 50c formerly 75c to 95c Remaining Stoca of Boys' Straw Hats, at one-half regular prices. It Mikti L1MU Dtlfgrtncc Wb.t V011 Bk. Isgtrite tvitat H i ' From the preliminary fCB nation of the Oculist, thnm the unndir ,: ut tl.e it-iise ui adjusting of the moulttltli by our optician your eyenlstsses are l egun ai ,d completed in our ov.fi factories. Harris Classes, wl.etl.er they cost $2 or more, ar guaranteed to give you d'mpieie saHifae hun your money back tf you v wi it New York: 44 Kast fSrd Si. 47 West 84th M. S4 West ISJJtB St. 44t Columbus Are. TO Nasetia tU Hklyn 478 Pulton St. aad I0O8 aTwojr. Newark: 587 RroaH St.. ar. Haaahtftda. 1 aa f 23rd Street Until Noon Saturday Nd - 8 World '"Wtot" Will Oft tad 01 It '-IT'S ;. 1 t