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THI ITEMING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1114.
HERE'S A SMALL DOG IN BROOKLYN THAT o ante, to Take a Nap, So I '.; Picked Spot Under U. K. T. Train. (t.f Kfimll ilotf hold up noveral hun- ml luminous folk tlile morning for twenty nil tin ten mid mtvln thorn that much Into ut their offices. For lunntcly they were the hind of ImM tiesi peoplo who ilon't lmvo to ur ilvn liefmn 10 o'clock nnil a matter of twenty minutes or so doesn't mnUo much difference. Nono of them works on The KvcnlnR World. The. ilop, a yellow monfrel, ns cenilnd to the trnckii of tho llrlghton Ileach llallroad at Klnftti HlKliwtiy, where the tracks run on nn elevated ridge. It wan about 9.30 o'clock nnd a Mnnhnttnn bound train had halted In tho station for more car.i to be attached. Tho little dog was hot and pnrtlnK and the ahado beneath the care attracted him. He climbed un der one of them, curled up and went to sleep. Someone saw him nnd raised an alarm. Kind heartod women pleaded with tho motormnn not to start and crush him and tho motormnn, a good fellow, promised that ho wouldn't. Instead he and the crew tried to dis lodge the dog. Tho llttlo fellow whined and crouched lower and re fused to be coaxod or driven from hi place. Thoy gathered pebbles and threw them' at him. When he was hit he yelped but he didn't move. More trains began to pllo up behind the first one and at last It was abso lutely necessary to movo them dog or no dog. Ho tho motormnn climbed Into his box and started tho train very elowly. When his dognhlp howled the train stopped and thus, by Marts and jerks, they Anally moved over him. Whon the last car had passed him and the sun shono down on hta back the llttlo dog got up, shook himself nnd sauntered off to another shady spot and the belated commuters con tinued their Journey to business. JAMES M. H0RT0N DEAD. ,, tn i an Ire i'rrnm Mnnafac HiriT llrrr Mncr 1870. )llni' of ccvi rii) dnys Jnmus .n Morton, manufacturer of co to-day lit his homo. No. 112 Mumlrt'd nnd Twenty-sixth leu ton was botn In Mlddletown, :i. 1S3T. Me cuiiiu to New ' O'ty In 153 nnd rnguged In the . tiinlness with his brother. In 1870 i). -riu his ice crcHin business and utr orKHnlted tho J. M. Horton Ice i'.'hhi Company. "Jaok" O'lmMlraa la Daa. After a lingering Illness, John (famil iarly known as "Jack") O'Sulllvan, an old-time employee of The Kvenlng World, died at his homo. No. IS Granite street, lirooklyn, yesterdiy afternoon, of pulmonary trouble. Ite was n faith ful worker, an expert printer, a genial companion and beloved by all who knew him. .He was a cousin of Surrogate Cohnlan and of Supreme Court Justice Colmlnn. Mis father was a celebrated Irish author. Funeral announcement will bo mnde later. POSLAM SOAP SAFEST FOR BABY'S BATH SOOTHES TENDER SKIN 1'OSI.AM SOAP is the one osp that you tuny frrl nlunlutely snfe in uing in the nursery. Hi non-Irritating. Ab solutely pure. It soothes, protects from infection and disease; is superior for baby s skin brontue it contains I'oilam, the great healing remedy. roiliim Sonp nets as tonic and benu tifirr for any skin, improves the com plexion, removes rotighnen. Unsiir pnned for shampooing. Its daily use n benefit and a delight. Sold by all druggisle everywhere. Large site, i3 cents; Toilet sise. 15 cents. Pd5?5 FREE r All SltA mil fllma AvnrtA friie when prints are ordered. orK RUarnnlpml nnd fin iheil Proinntlv ami when nrnmlaoil. Our photogmphtc service Is the esi in mo city, the quality of OUT Work tho lilirliiut. Anv order will be done over should you ever feel that Uie results are not entirely satisfactory. 1'iwn tot printu ttvo very loieent. Brownie ko, it utiicr eieit in proportion. Uatl Orders Wiled. i A Week J. Buys Any KODAK Fine dating for the risrrmni, The twenty-fifth anniversary outing and games of the Clamnen's I., II. nnd 8. Association will be held at Celtic Park next Sunday, llesldes the dancing and general joymnklng thero will be a three-mils blcyclu rucu nnd n three mile foot rC", with fifty entries for each event A hurling union between Clare and Kings Counties nnd a footbsll game between Cork and Klldarn will be a sizzling finish. Prirei from SI Is ISO Coll or H'rtfe or Camera Cata loyiir "If." Iver Johnson leycles. in j-ay Terms. 405 Broadway below Canal St. 831 Broadway Met. it & is St. Quick Repairing We duplicate your glasses exactly, no matter where orig inal prescription was filled. Best Quality Crystal Lent, 50c Special Lenses Proportionately Low " Oculist' Opticians New York: 184 Brosdway. at John S: 101 Nassau St., Ann St. 223 Sixth Ave.. 15th St 350 Sixth Ave.. 22d St. 17 West 42d Street. Brooklyn: 498 Fulton St.. cor. Bond St. STORE OPEN BATU It DAT UNTIL 130 P. SI II 1 6th Ave. and 20th St. m m 1 S'WI tct hundrrl l cent, valiw iJf dollar lenl hwe. Men's and Hll women's rJY j Pyj Low shoes !yGy jr Cammeyer $8.00 Shoes lor Men and Women Surpass Your Highest Hopes ol What You Can Buy In Shoes lor Three Dollars CCS . We Have Wonderful Impressive Values V-Imm. M.Hfn B 111. r5sho St 2'65 Child's. Mteiei' nd Growing GlrkV Ankle Pumps 8ilRy3ld la appwmsctj atiU tettrr is raliM, Patent Leather. Gun Metal and YVhlte Canvas Chlld't. Misses' and Growing Girls' Button Shoes Oun Metal Calf and UUrk KM nlth futent Lratbtr Tin atalOH ii to a $1.36 an o 11.75 Jc sM Open All Day Tomorrow, Saturday Charge Purchases made during the re mainder of this month will be entered on bills rendered Au gust 1. DOUBLE We STAMPS MORNINGS SINGLE V&C STAMPS AFTERNOONS1. REENHUT' i . M ft V IS? A. Al H, tl.B. GREENHUT COMPANY. f THE BIG STORE both sides SIXTH AVE., I8IHT0 191!! STREET way jiytmi me ml ( at tTe 1 r Fountain m Open All Day Tomorrow, Saturday n Tontorrouy-Lant Day of "Boy Scouts" Band Concert A fine treat (or youngi ten anil trown-upa. Concert on FIFTH FLOOR, Main Building, from 11 to 12 and from 2:30 to 4:30. MAM UUILU1NU 725 Silk Blouses Reduced! 2.98 A Double -Quick Clearance for Tomorrow. Lovely summer blouses, artistically fashioned of choicest materials. These are the very kinds of blouses thtt can be worn for "semUdresa" occasions. Most of them are beautiful reproductions of Paris models. The varieties in this sale are Urge, and all sites are here, but not every site tn etcn style ana material, so Lumt cakli rbCASB. $5 Silk Blouses, at CREPE DE CHINE. WASHABLE CHIFFON, CHIFFON TAFFETA, and CHINA SILK. Most exquisite new coloring effects. One style as Illustrated. $5.95 to $7.50 SO AO I $10.75 and Silk Blouses, at Positively the lowest price blouses of such trade hi offered in many seasons. Extensive variety of models as illustrated. Striking original effects, showing embroidered organdie collars, vestees, box - pleated fronts, also lace collars. Materials are CREPE DE CHINE. GEORGETTE CREPE and RICH SHADOW LACE OVER CHIFFON. -MAIN BUILDINGT 3.98 at which hsve been One 5 $10.75 and $12.75 Silk Blouses, at In some storea prices are consider ably higher than our valuations. Nothing finer, nothing daintier than these. The styles are distinctive and exclusive. FLOWERED CHIFFON OVER NET, and GEORGETTE CREPE; latest and most beautiful shades. Beaded organdie collars; Isce collars and stunning lace cape effects. One style as Illustrated. MAIN BUILDING A World Famous Make of $1.50 Full 16-Button-Length QQ Silk Gloves, at . . . .VOL By agreement with the manufscturer, we do not mention his name In this advertisement, BUT IT IS STAMPED IN EACH PAIR, and, when you see It, YOU WILL REALIZE THE WONDERFUL BARGAIN THAT YOU ARE GETTING. A GUARANTEED FULL 16-BUTTON-LENGTH SILK GLOVE; made of extra heavy Milanese silk cloth; double finger tips: 3 clasps at wrist. THE MOST PERFECT SILK GLOVE ON THE MARKET; Rood for wear all the year 'round. A GLOVE THAT NOT ONLY WEARS WELL but SHAPES THE HAND Instead of letting it spread. Choice of black or white; sizes 5)$ to 8. -MAIN DVILDING- Summer Millinery, 5 Seeing that WHITE STRAWS, CREPES. SATINS, ETC., arc popular for mid-summer wear, we have prepared an entirely new show hlon Inp of lists fashioned of these materials. EVERY HAT A SUMMERY BEAUTY EVERY HAT A BARGAIN. Also an excellent showing of summer hsts of WHITE cleverly combined with BLACK SILK VELVET. Trimmings consist of BREASTS, WINGS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS. A limited number of TRIMMED $ -a g f HATS, formerly priced at $5, v I Mft will be sold, tomorrow, at ... . w "Blue Serge Day ' In the Clothing Store, Tomorrow A great, big, Bpeclally-planned event for the last Saturday before RThe Fourth." in which three of our best clothing makeffl have co-operated with us. And these are the very best kinds or Blue serge suits, nvtov chit an wnnl-fttlARANTEF.D NOT TO FADE AND TO RETAIN ITS STYLISH LINES UNTIL THE LAST DAY OF SERVICE. Blue Serge Suits at... All-wool. QUITE A NUMBER LINED THROUGHOUT WITH SKIN NER'S SATIN-all excellently tailored. All regular alxea for men and youths and extra sizes for stout men all the way up to 54-Inch chest-measure. The values are unmatched In New York. '8.85 11.85 Blue Serge $ Suits at... Splendid suits made of the well known "Oswego" serges. Tailoring and every other detail of a kind which usually cnaracterires garments made to retail at $15 or more. All styles for youths. Conservative atyles for busi ness men. All sites. Blue Serge Suit, with Pure Sllk1 A QK Lining, at AffaOfJ Duplicate of Thete Are Priced Kite' where Up to $23 Each Unusually handsome garments. The tailoring Is perfection Itself. Made from the very best grades of blue serge. Hundreds of these suits lined with alpaca for those who prefer this material. All slus for men and youths. ,HfiTl Mil HMnWffalflBlsflLSBBlssm -MAIS BUILDING $1.75 to $2.50 Parasols n.49 At Serviceable and stylish sun shades, splendidly constructed in every part. Most wanted colorings, plain or in combination with point warp ribbons. $1.69 Umbrellas these are for men and women. Fine umbrellas with UNION TAFFETA cover ings (silk and cotton mixed) fitted with silk enses; neat handles in great variety. Choice Includes PlAIN, CARVED or TRIMMED MISSION. Fine hardwoods and $- QfT horn; at X.t0 MAIN BUILDING Women's 3.50 Foot-Mould Pumps and Colonials, at $2.95 It is very rarely indeed that we reduce the price or our own rUUl-MUULU bhoet, so you can see quickly that this is a very exceptional opportunity. Choice of Pumps, Colonials. Oxfords and the new "Cleopatra" pump, In bronze gun-metal calf, patent leather, tan calf and while Nubuck. All newest toe shapes and heels, Including new leather Cuban Louis XVI., and plain ana fancy backs. All sizes and widths. Women's $2.60 and $.1 White Canvaa ilutton Shorn ex cellent vacation shoes, made of fine grade white Sea Island canvas; plain and tipped toes; high leather Lubsn heels; uoodyear-welted soles; all sizes and widths; at ' $2 "Little. Nemo" Srout Shoes Ideal knockabout shoes for little chaps, with elkskin soles; all sizes from S tn 12; tomorrow, a pair '1.49 Mcn'H $3.50 and $4 Low Shoes all wanted leathers: tan Russia calf, patent leather and dull calf. Not all sizes in each style, but all sizes and widths In the entire jot. All made with Goodyear-welted $1 QQ JL.UO Made of tan willow calf soles; at 1.49 "MAIN BUILDING- 25c Boxes Initial Writing Paper, 12if Specially Priced for Tamorow, at, a Box .sdz Supply your vucutiun needs now. Each box contains 24 sheets of cloth-finished writing psper, extra quality, with Old Engli h initial embossed in white with purple panel effect background. 24 envelopes to match. MAIN BUILDING Only 700 n Tub Skirts " 79c Latest styles all sizes for women and misses. These skirts are splendidly made of ex cellent quality PIQUE. Three new straight-line models (one as illustrated). 22- to 30-Inch belts. 37- to 42-inch lengths. MAIS BUILDING - "Choice of the Houte" Salei Men's $8, $10 & $12 Panama Hats bear $5 Genuine Has quality, Full rani sizes. And Panaaa; ranee of eoeular styles: in mina, pi MM, exceptUM ail that evea at 18. $10 aid $l2eachtheae an the beat values in tows. Take your choice teeaor row at t$. Thousands of Straw Hats In Popular Shapes and all Sizes. Formerly Priced to $2.60; Choice, tomorrow, at 90c fw MAIN BUILDING Sales for Misses, Juniors & Girls Low-l'riccd Group of TUB DRESSES, WHITE DHESSES and MIDDY BWUSES Strongly Featured Girls' Tunic Tub Dresses $1 W O I a. a ay J to $1.50. Tomorrow, at One of the Drettv styles has effecltva while livn rnllnrs. velvet ilea and silk lacings; also "touches" of lace cleverly used in the trimming. These dresses are made of Anderion's Ivanhoe Zephyrs and Ginghams, light and dark grounds. Sizes 6 to 14 years. (Other Tub Dresses for girls at 70c, $1.95, $2.95 and $3.95.) -MAIS BUILDISG Luns "Boy (Wonderfully True to Life) Sale in Toy Town, OQ Tomorrow, at . . OeC Lovely little curly-haired fellows. Everybody's sure to like 'em. These "Boy" Dolls are 12 4 inches high, dressed in a bishop dress, stockinette cap. Usual price 50c. sac.''''' Juniors' Summer Dresses, $6.75 Girls' White Dresses Utualtu Prlcid $Q Qft tote.75.Tom'r'ic. vOVD A gtorioui rollcctlon of th.i ton'i litMt tylci. Tunic (klrli ind Ion.tUnl tf. fecit, tltbonlely inmirxd wiih lite inj lnftriiont. .mbroldtrUa nJ .Ilk lllhn. Silt, fi In 14 )'. I'rliM rtJuced to SJ95 btcsviit l,v of IhtM dri4l ahw ll(b i!jtn of hinJIinf. (Other Girls' Whilt rrur In tn oltntivc vsrltir up to f 14.73 I -MAIN BUILDING' Best Fresh Meats, Groceries, Etc. Absolutely tne Lowest Prices Quoted in New York Uiy. One Is hctutlful new moJel of H'lllTIi VOILE. It hn tht ne lltijue tfffct 'wilil lih plttleJ .ilk nr vetttc, Riik rlrdlr ind Ions Kuunn unic rmbroidcreti lth sc'f'colored dots. Another ctrllvtllns model if of STHII'R!) SI1.K, CRINKLED CHF.I'l:, end hu lon tunic. Silt, 13. IA ind 17 yetre. liiris- Middy mouses on Many Pretty Style: One a Illustrated, at OVL Theie ire nicely mede of VlltTE OAlATEAi toiler ind cutfe brsid trimmed fed ciilUi; brtMt pocket. Some btauiea hive k soiled llihet eoi I t li.-lnt. Site 0 to 14 keen AL1.-WHITT. Itl.OUbUS ilso included. Misses' Summer Dresses c nr Sum-roim Dainty Slyle; One a Illustrated. " 1 1 rwclnitlni models, chirmlntly feehloned ol corded floered crere, evnlnfetripe vollee end embrolJered hit. oi ., , w n.i "ioii.ii iter, tiuiere, eiere end lonn Kumin tunic ire few of the feeture. of tneie new it)le Moit beiutlful eummer colore, Sle 14, l and II yetre. Other MUtee" Urcuee in ettenslte vtriety, einbrt;in every worthy production of tht tet- 11 to 11 O ion. I'rlcet tre very epecltl, it X TI5.IJ ANNEX BUILDING HOME FURNISHINGS Snpoinl I im 'MAIN BUILDING- Boys' $7.75 Summer Suits Reduced to $5 Popular Balkan, Norfolk and Patch-Pocket Styles. Every suit with 2 pairs of lined knickerbocker trousers. All sizes from 7 to 18 years. As fine a collection of suits made of light weight summer fabrics as we have ever offered. HOMESPUNS, CRASHES and other popular materials. Coats have "knife" pleats on each side and back, stltched-oii belts, and patch pockets. Trousers with side buckles, inside suspender buttons, watch pocket. Boys' Navy Blue Serge Huila guaranteed all wool. Balkan model, with 12 cleats; stitched on belt; lined knickerbocker $(? trousers. Slxes7 to 18 years; at 9 Bora' AII-Wool B!nt Serae Model Norfolk Suita with rated pockets; lined knickerbocker trousers, bites 7 1 8 years; at 1 3.9g MAIN BUILDING Player-Piano Music Rolls 38c & 50c These are of the "BIGS'! OKOLL" make, and are for sale exclusively at The Big Store. These music rolls nre made of finest durable paper, accurately cut, guaranteed to track perfectly ; hard rubber spools. Fresh Meats (jutllty 15c DUCKS-choke Vt'eetorn; lb f O ' L freeh-kU'eJ, Sb!"plck."li. . 2()c BHOILtlKS-cholce qutl. Ily dryrlckedj OO. lb " v ROAST HBEr choice cuts of nttivt 14r rlbij lb CHICKENS cholc nut. Ily for boillnti J(JC MUTTON hind qutrltM of Wettern lAn ttockj lb . . I.A.ViB le of )c ftn.-y tprlnei lb DUCKS - freh kllled lonii ItOind; 01 n lb . . PORK hoU loint of frc.l. JfM, CORNED' BEEf cho.ee cuu of ntvtl or 1 0 rlttei lb . Fresh KjirJs WHITE LEGHORN qo EGOS dot OOK. LONG ISLAND EGGS dot.. . FANCY BROWN EGGS dot . . . CHOICE FRESH EGGS doi... None delivered. 31c 36c 27c PRINT BUTTE R ftney rtmry; Oil-lb. print Ult Fresh Fruits and Vegetables RIPE. Stt'EEr OCT a ORANGES -dot, "Ot NW LEMONS- 18(, HKAli i.ETTUCE ftiwi Uref he.dsi JQ. FRESH it H U i ri A II ' trrlnt cniont, lip rtd ItheA, eprlng cerro'f; three 1 n bunchet 1 Home Made Cakes Freeh tuprllei from our "Diyllcln" Hiltt'y tbout e'ery .tu ntinutri LARGE CO I FEE RINGS ech WHOLE HEAT ItltKMI- loaf . THREE UTER CAKES --hucolite or A(o miplei eieh FRESH l-OUND CAKES citron, raMn, plain, mirblet etch, ii ioi .: 2 Ihi . HUCKLEBERRY PIES ,4.h . RHUBARB PIM- OS eesii . . MAPLE CAKES, Mocht ctkee, tpone elites or cherry cikeej 1 K eh . . TUTTI FRUTTI CAKES cicn. STJtAWIiERRY SHORT. 7 15c 12c 10c 25c 25c 35c Diplomas Framed Excellently constructed frames gilt or dark wood. Sizes 14x17 and 16 x 20, Specials in the Picture Department Ctnulne OH 1'iilntingn artistic sub jects; these paintings in d-lnch deep gilt and gold-burnished frames, with glass and shadow box ;e? ftr sizes 16x20 and 12x24; HtfD.VO AhHorled IMclurt-a big variety of popular subjects; usually rrQ priced to $1.19, this sale 4 UC L'trhlngti in Anllyuo ClltSrtrrr Frames nicely matted ;attb. f O List of Titles, Tomorrow, at -ANNEX BUILDING HOME FURNI SH INGS" $34.50 and $36.50 28.50 "Royal" Wilton Rugs $ Size. 9x12; Reduced for Tomorrow, to Here's a mid-summer special from our Floor-Coverinir Section thu Is sure to meet with a hearty response tomorrow. These are all excellent rugs remarkable copies of KliRMANSHAHS, SAKUKS, and SERAIM ORIENTALS. The colorings in these rugs are exceptionally beautiful. $32.50 and $34.50 "Royal" Wilton Ituguslze 8.3x10,6; $ fn r?f tomorrow, at... . O.OU Anitpt Msklst And Then Al Thit Reuben llmken Ttngo Bee, By the Bttutlful Set. Ilntlllin Dreims. Ctllfornlt Sumhlne. Diddr, Come Home, Diicord H't Don't B.tme II All on HroiJv. Do You Tike This Wonisn for Your l.mtul VCIfe? Everybody lovet My Girl, A Fool There Wu Globe Tronert (ont-sttp) Honeytuikle Teno Humply Dunipty Use. If They'd Only Move Old Ireltnd Over Here, I love You Juit Uke Lincoln loved the Old Red, Unlit end Blue. Hi d Putii It Alone. Whole United You I I ove the Stiles. In tht CuidW Lliht. In I ovt't Gtrdin, Jum tnd I. 1 1 Rumbs. Ltt't All Go 'Round to Mty Ann't. Miry, You're t Little Bit OIJ-U. Mined. Mcntphlt Bluot. Mldnht Rinlme Ride ef I'iuT Revere. Olf llh the Old Uve, Oa vtlth the New. On the Steps of the Greit TMli Cspltol, On the O'd Fell River Line. Pork tnd Bunt, Prunellt. Rtttlme Dreim, Reject of Sunnbrook Firm, 38c Dancing Htr Hun She't A arty, Sit Dora, Yon'rt Rocklaa tt) Rotl, Smother Mt vltti KUMe, Tsnilefoot Tanio, Tantt.'lilnt Tlntlet. Irretlstlb! Rtl. Whit Do You Mtu, You Loot Your Dot? They'ro an Tntlf Wtr ta Mexico. Whirtftbt Red, Red Rm Grow. Where It My Wandtrlnt By To-Nlfhl? Who Ptld the reat for Mr. Rip Van WlnYlt? They Don't Htalttlt Aa Mort. You Did. You'rt Her tad ka Here, You're Mr Girl. At the Ilu.iy Uctt Mto DoNtn in Chttttnoofcs Everybody (to-itcp) Hetty on he Ctttupt ley ,.itr lp) I I ove Ihe Lid'es, The Following at ,50c M oolly I'll J med' I I uve lo Ouarrel al:b You Murce Irretlatlc-le. Mauri! Walk, Himlnti Artblin Nlthls. Suppoie I .Vet You Fi;e to Face, loo Much Ginier. Tret Chic. Twentieth Century Rt. While the River Lett Floa t On. While the Hive r v Around. 65-Note Player-Piano Rolls at Y Off the List Pricej All the latest Dances, Popular Songs, Classic and Operatic Salactloai, ,J. B. GREENHUT COMPANY FORMERLY GREENHUT-S1EGEL C00P8R COMPAIJYi