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CUSTOMS OFFICER KILLS SELF; FIGHTS I no rniriin th nir Desperate Battle in Custom House Results in Fenton's Suicide. umial to-(1y anal had ton out on lb revenue cutter to Inspect the ihlp 8te- phaino. of the nel Croee line. In flwn Hailfaa. After retjrnlrtR to the Inspector' room and entering hie name on the relator a havlna completed hie aorki on the Stephano he descended to the baeement and ehot hlmealf. Kenton' riome tu In palisades Park, i N. J. He leave a wife find two MlMrta. Ilia body was tent to the Morgue. Jwnrd teallterr'i Untie to aeterire. BISMARCK, N. D., July 17 Allan J Price, fortr-flve year old, aword awal lower and slake charmer, died here yee terdey frtam drug polaonlng. It was learned aome time ago he aold hla body, ta ba daltvared after hla death, to a unl.eralty at Tlsltlmore. Hla widow Uvea In New Tork City. tt. B. Fenton, for twelve yeara an In spector In the Cualoms Service and a man without a blemleh on hla record, descended Into the' locker room In the bejement of the Cuatima Houe ahnrt ly 'after noon to-day, took a 44-callhre revolver from hi compartment and flrgd a bullet through hla neck. John J. Scully of No. Ill Montgomery at, a clerk In the Naval Officer happened to be paailng through the corridor outside of the locker room whan the sound of the report came to i hta. Ha antral Into tha room, ran through the row of locker and earn pan Fenton. atlU on hi feat and trying to lift tha revolver to hla neck for a rurtfler ahot. cully grappled with ronton, trying to wrest tha revolver from hla hand. Bat Fanton, with tha etrength of daa poratlon. wreated hla wrlght hand away from Scully' grip and fired a aecond ehat Into hi nook: the bullet aevered the Juglar vain. Still Scully attenrpted to gain poaaee Wm of tha weapon, ronton, hla aenese evidently perfectly alert, though hi atrsngtb. waa falling, began to sink to tha floor. Scully looeaned hla hold on tha wounded man, tha better to aaaa his to tha floor, and than with a dee Iterate effort ronton raised the revolver amj ahot himself through the neck a third time One of the first to reach tha dying man 'a aide waa Inspector O W. flchnr man, who had been ranton'a cloaeat ,frtnd during tha latter twelve year bf service. He l a graduate phyalcian and he tried to etanob the flow of Mood from Ma friend' wound, but i Featon died In Behorman'a arms. rerrton dM not eaqr a word or leave a were of message to Indicate Ms reason for taking hla Ufa. His superior say tha hi work had bean completely arts factory and that hs was not Involved m any scandal to tha detriment of hi po sition. He had appeared for work as A HAPPY CHILD IN A FEW HOURS When Cross, Sick, Feverish, Tongue Coated or Bil ious Give Delicious "Syrup of Figs." Mother! look at tha tongue! as if It li coated. If your child is lieUssa. drooping, isn't lieping well, ia reetlee. doesn't ant heartily or to cross, irritable. out of sorts with everybody, stomach our, feverish, breath bad; ha stomach ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, or it full of cold, it mean the little one' stomach, liver and SO feet of bowel are filled with poiiona end dogged up waste and need a gentle, thorough cleansing at ones. Give a poonful of Syrup of n. and in few hour the foul, decaying, constipated matter, undigested food end our bile will gently move on and out of its litUe bowel without nausea, grip ing or weakness, and you will surely have well and smiling child shortly. With Syrup of Figs you are not drugging your children, being composed entirely of luscious figs, senna and aro matic it cannot be harmful, besides they dearly lore it deUciou taste. Mothers should always keep Syrup of Figs handy. It to the only stomach, liver and bowel cleanser and regulator needed a litUe given to-day will save a sick child to-morrow. Full directions for children of all ages and for grown-up plainly printed on the parkagn Ask your druggist for the full name, "Svnin of Fin and Blisir of Senna," I nmnared h v tha California Fig Sy nip Co. i This to the delicious tasting, genuine old reliable. Refuse anything else offered. QPPCNHCIM,(SLUNSe(g 34th St., New York. Continuation of the Clearance Sale Charmeuse and Crepe Meteor Dresses. Voile and French Linen Dresses. Charmeuse, Faille and Moire Wraps. Chinchilla, Tweed and Eponge Sport Coats. Misses Voile, Linen and Tissue Dresses. Misses' Silk and Lingerie Dresses. Women's Muslin and Ribbed Underwear. Women's Silk and Lisle Hosiery. Women's Silk and Qlace O.oves. Women's Waists and Blouses. At Greatly Reduced Prices 171 Misses' Dresses linens, an assortment -White, dotted voiles and of effective models. Heretofore 8.75 and 9.75 280 Misses' Dresses Imported figured and flowered voiles, superior linens, late models. Heretofore 10.75 and 12.50 235 Misses' Dressy Silk Frocks Charmeuse, crepe de chine, black China and Dolly Varden silks: also white voile and crepe. Heretofore 20.00 to 29.75. 290 Girls' Dressy Frocks French voiles, etamines, ratine and French linen, late long waisted and belted models. Ages 4 to 12. Heretofore 6.90 to 8.75 5.90 6.90 12.00 3.50 450 Girls' Washable Dresses Assorted lot of smart styles; chambrays. repp, linens and lin- 1,00 geries. for ages 4 to 14. Heretofore 2.00 to 3.95 Women's Kimonos Women's Summer Kimonos Flowered and) plain washable crepes; Empire models, corded orl,0O satin trimmed collars and cuffs. Regularly 2.00) Women's Gloves and Underwear Women's Doeskin Gloves Washable doeskin cloves, one clasp, street length, self-stitched backs. OvC Regularly 1.00 Women's Silk Gloves 16 button and 2 clasp length, manufacturers' samples, in white or black; plain or embroidered arms. Reg. 85c to 1.50 "Ksyser's" Lisle Ribbed Vests Selected quality, hand crochet and plain tops. Regularly 65cj Women's Lisle Ribbed Vests Standard gradel ribbed vests, fancy top. Regularly 35c 50c 39c 19c "Everybody's Going to The Big Store" 1 BIG JULY CLEARANCES AND ALL NEW SUMMER GOODS MAIN BUILDING AnotherBigSaleofWomen'sSummerDresses MAIN BUILDING" Now, Here9 8 a Remarkable Sale of Lingerie BIOUS6S 79c rr Si en Value to $1.25; Tomorrow, at Values to $2.50; Tomorrow, at Fomr of the many models In this sale. The material include WHITE balHthad with embroidery and lace. BATISTE High 79c 11.50 Unusual opportunities await your choosing, tomorrow. This is the time when you are con templating your out-of-town trip. You are going to the seashore, to the mountains or to the country. But even if you are stay-at-home you will find it to your advantage to closely inspect this beautiful collection, tomorrow. Here are dozens of chic, new and novel sum mer blouses offered at a price which should induce you to purchase a number of them for the coming month's use. It is quite impossible in the confines of this advertisement to give more than a vague idea of the remarkable character of this sale. VOILE AND CREPE. All are artistically aeeigneu ana ein- or low-neck model.. Long or abort sleeve. (First Fleer, MAIN Building.) Values to '9.75; $Q r Tomorrow at . . fJVltJ in MAIN BUILDING Handkerchiefs An "Odds and End" Sale for Men, Women and Children Plain Unen with Initials; Sheer Mull with Embroidery Corners; Lace Trimmed and Swiss Embroidered aome with slight Imperfections, each, 10c t or 3 tor 25c Men's Pure Irish Linen Hem stitched Handkerchiefs neat em broidered open- ntl work initial; special 0 (or ODc Women's 10c and lSe Swiss Em. broldered Hemstitched P Handkerchiefs at Oc Children's Handker- If. chiefs special O for lUC Men's 12' ac Eitra-SUe Handker chiefs -, ,'a-snd 1-inch hems : each 10c (Mils Fleer, MAIN Building.) Women's Pure Irish Linrn Hand kerchiefs special. 6 tor 25c MAIN BUILDING Our Cut-Floirer Special: Long Stemmed Klllarney Roses Beautiful Carnations Eleewhere 75c to $1 dnf.cn. fjfk our srlce, tomorrow, a dm rn MP (Main Ploof. MAIN Building ) This event will again demonstrate The Big Store's leadership style- and value-giving. Recent purchases have brought in a host of new, fascinating and exquisite summer models, expressing the last word as to style. The dresses are all fashioned of materials that are both fashion able and serviceable. We illustrate ONE model selected at random from the many chic and dainty models on sale, from which to make a choice. Made of the following materials : White Voile (lace- and embroidery-trimmed) All-Over Embroider, Striped Tissues, Voile; Dresden Crepe, French and Ramie Linen, Cotton, Eponge, and Some All-Wool Serge Dresses. Everything that INGENUITY, PAINSTAKING CARE AND GOOD TASTE CAN DO has been done in the fashioning of these garments, which appeal for their cool charm and good taste. AN EARLY VISIT TO OUR WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL STORE. TOMORROW, IS ADVISABLE, because some of the lots are small and the sizes broken. Sizes 32 to 44, hut not in every style. SMALL WOMEN CAN ALSO BE FITTED. REMEMBER THE SALE PRICE. $3.65 for Dresses worth up to $9.75 (NO MAIL, C. O. D. OR TELEPHONE ORDERS FILLED. NONE SENT ON APPROVAL.) Flr4 Floor. MAIN ' MAIN BUILDING Women's Pure Linen Dusters $o QK Admirable for Automoblltn or for Travel Value to$M; at amoW This sale is going to keep us busy for A SHOKT TIME tomorrow, because there are barely enough of them for a busy day'a selling. Every garment is made of pure linen, natural shade. Loose or belted models for your choice. Some ae plain, others trimmed with contrasting colors. The msioritv hsve convertible collsrs. Slie 32 to 44 bust measure. Tan Llnene Dusters loose and belted models; sixes 32 to 38 bust measure; values up In $2. SO; at , ffJS V. UIIn n.lldlaa.1 1 LJ -MAIN BUILDING H Price, Tomorrow, on Many of These "Pullman" Baby Carriages Almost our entire display line of the choicest carriages has been reduced for to-morrow's selling. Of most of them there are no duplicates, but every one It a smart, well-built, durable vehicle that will give years of service. To the First Comer, First Choice (Fourth Floor, MAIN Building.) mVOSeW rf f GREEN HUT BUILDING- $8 White Enamel Bedsteads On Sale Here, $A HF Tomorrow, at I tJ This Is s remarkable value indeed. The bedstead is beautifully designed. The head end is S ft. 3 inches high and the foot 3 ft. 8 inches. The continuous post is hesvy and is ornamented by fancy chills. The white enamel finish is of the best. This bedstead comes in 4-ft. and 4-ft. -inch sires. tomorrow, POSITIVELY NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. iBtv NfiNP sni n to MJkjl SAMPLE BRASS BEDSTEADS A Remarkably-Fine Lot at About M Lett Than the Regular Prices (GREENHUT Building, Third Fleer.) -MAIN BUILDING- Introducing the New SummerHat The"AUAboard,,,$1.95 The vAl "A" a i Aboard" i ;l A 11.95 Vhf Our ever-active Millinery De partment has evolved this new creation and IT'S A BEAUTY. It cornea in two shapes mush room or sailor. We needn't say that the price is s popular one. But this we can tell you : That it is an evolution from a model of a very exclusive character that would cost you very much more. We don't tell you how much for fear of being accused of exaggerating. New York's Smartest' Dressers Are Wearing this Style. The hat is hsnd-msde of black silk velvet and Chaniilly Isce. The crown is s soft, full ism effect with wire brim covered with Chsntilly lace, and is trimmed with black moire ribbon around crown and bow st side. It's the Real Summer Hat "Hit." It has struck s populsr fsncy here snd abroad. We intro- It nr duce it at an unbeatable price, tomorrow l.UO (Fint Floor, MAIN Building,.) GREEN HUT BUILDING- Domestic Glassware Cevered (ilaaa Con densed Milk -tfk Jars; at lUC Nut or Olive Sets OO S7C 7 nieces for. Square Glean But- f a terContalmra;ataVt A Sale Interesting to Every Housewife. Remarkable Values. Pressed Glass Mall and Pepper Sets aa Illustrated ; Colonial pattern, with -a f German silver caps; at 1UC Table Mela In pressed glass; Colonial pattern; consisting of Covered Butter Dish. Sugar Bowl, Cream- 'A Bf Glass Cevered Glass Jug -for iced tes, QC etc; at OOC Thin-Blown Table Tumblers seversl neatly enamel- QQ ed deigns;dot.J7C K.RF.F.NHUT BulMlag, Mai Fleer.) pieces, complete for Strong Pressed Table Turn- a) biers dot . . tOt Pressed Glass I red Tea Tumbler Colonial de- fr signs; doi J7C MAIN BUILDING- A Clean-Out of PnMnCAlQ the Smartest drdaMMfc at $1, $1.49 & $2 Half price or less is what you are paying yes, in many cases, much less in this sale, tomorrow. In one or snoihcr of the three lots you will find FINE SILK TAFFETAS in many pretty and fancy styles, FINE 1.1 Mil.MIL PARASOLS, SHAN TUNGS AND NOVELTIES. Of course, conservative as well as extreme models sre included. (Main Floor, MAIN Hu i ng ) Tomorrow's Specials in If you can't come in person MAIN BUILDING- Our Dig Grocery send your order by mail, or 'phone Chelsea 4000. Pure Grape Juice Our well known Fountaia quality; del., 1 s W-doi., II i 'rtC rag. 45c large boMI Brandied Pears Carotin Stymour "Out of tha Ordinary (run , uaually tM a jar; ape- QO cial, dot., M.45; 8 jara, 12.23; It. uj- Smoked Meats SMOKED ROLLED SHOULDERS j rj SVUKKI) OX TONGUES---' ' ' jg ijf. 30c FRESH LOBSTER Maphiato brand S can, SI .75; H-H. fiat ca SUGAR CORN Milford quality; eareet 1 ft and leedar; doi., II.Ml taa "v ALASKA PINK SALMON l(L. dot . tl.OD; I -lb. tall can Advertised Cereals MOTHER'S WHEAT HEARTS- fl A ni.'knti. IBai re. 14c package. uv HONEY CRISI- CORN FLAKES- 'XT. Am. ai t raa. Ifc nackaaae.... "v QUAKER FARINA S packaiea, 41c; rag. 10c package. SAXON WHEAT BREAKFAST FOOD rag QUAKER FLOUR- I V eackaat WHOLE WHEAT eg. 25c pacaaga 7c 12c 18c Crystal Domino CRYSTAL DOMINO SYRUP San CRYSTAL DOMINO GRANULATED SUGAR-10 Ike , 4b; Oa l.lb. carton CRYSTAL DOMINO SUGAR- OQ- 5 lb. carton !n' Fraa aamplaa at tha Cryatal Domiao Damonatrilion. Layer Cakes Delicious, light, fluffy layers, with pure fruit iel.y between; iced with soft creim; chocolate, maple, orsnge or cocoinut; three-lsyer sue, each, 40c; 29l two-:syer aite, each tJ, Merry Widow Pound Cakes Our Own Baklig. .omps re these cskea with (he jrrsde quoted elsewhere el 20c a 16.; 'w es.Tr, Mgl 2 Iba SOUPS-- Anglo-Americsn chicken, honimc, Julienne; doi , tt; reg. 15c pint can 9c Our Own Found Cakes These cikea are made from highest quality pure ingredientk -J ire equal to the pound cskes offered i n where at 2V lb.; apeciaS. lb Fresh Fish Wa clean fish fraa of cbarga HALIBUT STF.AKS-lb SALMON STEAKS BOSTON CODFISH STEAKS LONG BRANCH BJ.UEFISH KINGHSH LONG BRANCH SEA BASS... i LONG BRANCH BUTTERHSH f LONG BRANCH I'ORGIES...) NEWPORT HADIIOCK lib. LONG ISLAND FLOLNDERSJ 14c Lb., Ill , mm c 8c 7c Fresh Meats We delivtr til psid snd t-hargrd orders. MUTTON tegs of fsncy Csnsds 1 a "V 20c 15c 10c ato.k I'RIMF ROAST BF.F.I -choica cu of prim rib; lb ROAM HI. 1. 1 - chorea tul. of nativa rIMl b. CORNrl) hLhF choice cuu of naval or p. alt ; lb St'ARLRIBS -ssl p.-kiad, I .. corned flat; lb ' I AMB lea ol fanc citv driaicd, Otig. lb V " LAMB - abort fnra ijuarlera of I f city dreeed, lb "I I A MB I KII.S .ul frost I ! 1 Ik,. a n. dre.ird ;ii . , lb. DUCKS fraab-killed l.org lilsnd; CHIdUNI fre.h killed, dry picked; fur boi!:ni; lb 17c Other Sales Iietaila In Tu Day'a Joureai MlV Heita and Itreaaae; Silk Glovea; Mee'a and YeulSe' Straw llala; Men'n and Youth' Hemanoe Hello; Ibiya Waah Hull Sheet Miu-ir; etc. GREENHUT BUILDING- Refrigerators We want to emphasize the fact that all our re frigerators sre constructed in the most sanitary msnncr. Wsste pipes, shelves snd ice racks sre REMOVABLE. Tha hinges and lock are of the BEST. Provision chamber are while enamel-lined. Special Prices tor Tomorrow III Lift-Cover Style Refrigerators -40 inche high, with while ansmcl-lined provision I Q p chamber; ice capacity about 80 lb. ; at t.uU $16 Apartment House Nlylo Kefrluetators Inches high, with while enamel-lined pro-9 f n vision chamber, ice capacity about 90 lbs.. Xtf 918 Apartment House Style vision chamber, ice capacity about 90 lbs. Kefrlgerators M Inches high, with white ensmel-lined pro vision chamber; Ice capacity 9 1 A HC sbout 100 lbs.; at 14. O 920.60 Slde-lcer Style Refrigerators 44 incheo high, with white enamcl-lincd provision cham ber; ice capacity about 95 lbs.; 9 Water Coolers Japanned oak on the outside; galvanized iron lined; filled walls; nickel-plated faucet 2-gal 91 50 I 6-gal 92.05 4-gsl 2.2S I 10-gal 4.2S Same with white enamel lining 2-gal 4-gal. 92KO 3.. 15 4.00 .gal, 8-gsl. 96 25 6.40 Electric Font 12-fnch Desk Fan direct currant; 1 10-volt, adjustable to any posi tion; complete with 8-ft. cord and plug, ready or t Bt attachment; at xU.tJU id cur- 12 16-Inch Klpctric Kane direct cur rent; 1 10-volt; complete witn cor J snd plug; at. (GREENHUT Building, Mai fleer.) Fruits and Vegetables NEU YELLOW OR REIl ONIONS a, a. 42c ifortvs ; 25c -Vijuart bitket new wMira 0NION9 I'SUafl bnaket CANTEI 0UPI8 - fancy C aweet and ripe; dot., el 40; 2 for PINEAI'P! ES--rlpe Mavanaa; dea.. 'i i .1 for CHF.KMIL.' eour; fr prraervmg baeke' 75C Tea and ( olh e MIXF.Il IT AS. ttreen tcaa or black teae; 1 3 lks.( 91 1 II , i 35c ni xed to ofUr, n n 1 35c hlenjrd tu urde Ik. . JJy. el 1 sM 11 I TEAS 4'.. In. , l ; lb SEI.ECtBn SANTOS COM EE Ill ha , H.tBi 4S Iba POPULAR Hi END COFPRR HI Iba , It.lll ll Ikt FANCY MARACAIBU COI I EE III Ik., 4 Iba SHAIioW LAWN i HI FEE l-li'. nel-riht cinieler u I ui) t HITS OATMIAL-e 10 Iks.. Mat I 'be HAZEI Gl 091 st arch - 11 Ik, wuiiJ.n fx.., 4H. , .1 lb. carton 1UNNY MONDAY soap - kai . imi klf I, M.Ul tu bam . FR-.F-ine rexuler g Soap Shaker with itrckal l !0 bar. Sunny Munday Soap M IDI HI I K Knapp a F.'ra.l. 11k- KotHe r make I aal una I"L CHOVV CHOW, gherkma; Croaaa . Hla kwe'l'a; U pint buttle HAZEI POWDERED BORAX . ft.. a v 21c 2,5c 43c 18c .a-lb , SSfl I -lb carton. .(Third II MAIN Bu Marly Rose Potatoes II" H lahel. Peak, 2.65 11.10 28c The Bi.q5torv? GREENHITSIPLCOOPERO. A City in Itself Sixth Avarwr) J. B.GREEN HUT. Prs. 16 to ! StroayU MAIN BUILDING- Guinness's Stout oatSr Liquors ;rMtn River Whlxky kiVt.mi rry'ani'.euc HuUa' t. inner Ale. nLiSr. : 1" -CArEi.. Saraaparilia. Umoa ESJrrt!& RediicednV'-roMOB I Ht23 other aiorea et ll a but R,dll ,j lri(rn i tt) , 1 fK nJ Weal tba beat tr- lie; here, thia UQr Kedu.ed from LS0 to 1 25 """ V" "J"r S! ale, at OJ- Red,...j trni JSm 100 purV aU 1 ' Relued from I (Ha to SOc "lv every wiera at l RMia A Mom-ll V inet. yaie COCKTAILS a? .fmiJfyi.m SRS Imported from Bur.khardt klnda; made of the f neal J T.,?' 10 1 s i...d.h.im . r. sMihj l ; 84c Cast of 12 Hsaulir Sis ' ' . 2 jSaSsSj 'tVOn KXtrjl StOUt &".-;.r.:?:.: o?l vM$&bV&$s& Hocbkelmer.., . V -(I ffl TA, "'. s, 1"'"' ' doi.n .pin.. Rud.heimer. . tM 7 Oil 7 V j '. a- J "" J """ S P,..po,l,r ill 0 3 ' J""" $1.45 " -lo,.n $1 , n,.r Hl 7. Ui bottle., here, at ' pi.i,; ,,r. at 1 ... 1, Pil l. HIM HOLLAND CIS T .. - : r crrantl s .i-niar guarantee i Btrtetiy jm Byrrh Wine Cuunac Brandy tni m,J v:n' The W, b,., ,. UhVwmSSi Beat Ks Xii OfiJ ;,,,r; J Franca; arv od.-nlage; ' HltoaS WC aBH f akele. fruity auaiiiyt royal monoi.kam wins " ' " reg price SI M 9t.37 I KY 44 2S ga.lon. e.t.74; CLUR HOUSE WHISKY tfcll .ale, al . ' I regular l 11 uan UU.. If gallun, 84 , 71 bollle aa,v u.uart bottle. .. . Sir Hubert Hurnell & 1 ' asiS 'y1; k M s a y'S i i n islay nnd Old rum tain . . caae of i bom.. M Daly'N Hd Irish Monukram W hisky I hit:.., S4l Sgc Pot-Mlill WhlNh) No. s t"""' Makes the beat klgkkll beSBtlsssI Value. . iniponrd dire. i ironi lie Regular price $2 TS a iriftnia luri Wine . - c, m lu aiuim, gallon, reduced to U. 44; at unuauallv luw Bfioafl Kin'a County. Ira. and. Full cjuart bottle, regu- Kotte 60c : eatra apecial for ClUa. ku p-'-'e 1s CJ- i.hulH, Jl; tn.a gala, boiile. . W ih . .ale m. 3 h"" I (Third Fluor, MAINBu.ldlag.) Double SfcK Green Trading Stamps with Purchases Made Before 12 o Clock Single Stamps Thereafter r I